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The Entrepreneur Way

Are you an Entrepreneur, Wantrepreneur, or Small Business Owner? Would you like new ideas, insight inspiration that you can apply from successful entrepreneurs? Be our guest and listen to our podcast to discover how other entrepreneurs are getting all of this as they commute, and as they workout in the gym, and as they jog etc. 7 days a week we interview successful entrepreneurs and talk about their journey to discover their struggle before finding success, the big ideas that made their businesses grow, and their aspirations and ideas for the future. In each episode of The Entrepreneur Way Neil chats with successful entrepreneurs as they reveal golden nuggets of information and advice. For more information go to http://theentrepreneurway.com/
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Nov 30, 2018

With over 20 years of manufacturing and operations experience with a focus on Lean Six Sigma and Team Development, Beau Groover is a wealth of information. He has his MBA and is a certified Lean Six Sigma Master Black Belt, and runs a rapidly growing consulting firm based in Atlanta Georgia.

“the best feature that you can have is the one that you create for yourselves. And so if you are entering the world of entrepreneurialism imagine the future that you want and then build it. We see cases every day of people who are successful in finding creative ways to solve problems and be innovative with product development and finding a new way to do an old thing. And so if it is what you want and your heart is in it, imagine the future that you want and then go and do the work necessary to make it happen. And then in a year or two or five years you will look back and go wow this is amazing I can’t believe we have accomplished this or I have accomplished this”…[Listen for More]

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Nov 29, 2018

A successful image is not created in a burst of light at 1/60th of a second. It is manufactured over time through conversation, with attention to details and a depth of photography experience. David McCammon has been a pro for over 30 years and shares his business knowledge and experiences as an entrepreneur through his book “Image Power: Balancing Passion and Profit in Business”.

“Build relationships and key one try to put yourself in your client’s shoes. We have a tendency to look at things from our own perspective. Put yourself in your client shoes, how are they going to receive this, how can you serve them, and how can you solve their pain?”…[Listen for More]

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Nov 28, 2018

Blair Dunkley has been called an innovator and unconventional for his way of guiding entrepreneurs to find clarity. His clients usually achieve 2 to 10 X results and sometimes even more. In a 10-year period, his clients, which were stalled or in decline, increased their topline by $757 million.

“evaluate yourself fairly and stop judging yourself. And make sure that that evaluation is externally verifiable. There are so many people out there, entrepreneurs especially who judge themselves harshly, way too harshly and they are so self-critical that they stall themselves out from developing their own brilliance and moving forward and figuring stuff out and they just getting their own way. And there is so much potential in that group of people who have already self-selected to become an entrepreneur because they have something that they want to do with their lives and that is a huge disservice that they do usually to themselves, sometimes to the teams around them but definitely to themselves more times than not. And the ones that don’t tend to move much faster when they evaluate because they look at what’s worked, what doesn’t work and what’s one thing that I can change. And when it has worked they acknowledge that strength”…[Listen for More]

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Nov 27, 2018

Danielle Arsenault is a passionate Raw Food Chef and Educator and founder of Pachavega Living Foods Education and the author of 5 plant-based cookbooks. Her professional career includes a stint as professor at Pacific Rim College in Victoria who created and developed several plant-based nutrition courses there, a Raw Food Chef and Nutrition Consultant at Aqua Wellness Resort in Nicaragua, a TV Show Host and Keynote Speaker. Her TEDX Talk, “The Power of Plants” has over 24,000 views on YouTube. She often hosts and caters Yoga Retreats in Canada and abroad and contributes recipes to health blogs online and print magazines. It is her dream to educate the world about the healing power of plant-based whole foods and a healthy lifestyle rooted in compassion.

“Don’t give up. Believe in yourself. Believe in the message that you are sharing will make a difference in people’s lives… if you believe it enough and you are passionate about your project it will be contagious and other people will feel your passion. So be passionate, believing yourself and don’t give up”…[Listen for More]

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Nov 25, 2018

Whitney Cole is a consultant, speaker, and writer on a mission to help lifesaving, life-changing technology break through the noise and achieve mass user adoption. Her 3 step process to amplifying the messages of health tech companies increases user engagement and drives customers to buy. She translates difficult technology concepts into simple, approachable, and readable content for your ideal customer.

“I think it’s all about being strategic in setting strategic goals. When I first started because I didn’t know what I was doing I would set goals and it would be maybe an income goal or the number of clients I want to connect with or something like that. And those are good goals but figuring out how they align with what I want and what I need my business to look like is so much more important than just setting a really high goal. Let’s say I wanted to make $10 million this year and I set that goal. Okay that’s a great goal but does it align with first of all what I want my lifestyle to look like and secondly does it really align with my business, is that what I need to be a successful business owner” …[Listen for More]

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Nov 24, 2018

Parham Parastaran is an Iranian-American entrepreneur and author with a passion for discussing mental health issues in the business community. Although he enjoyed success as an entrepreneur, he had a secret: He suffered from severe depression and addiction. A rock-bottom moment led to signing himself up for psychoanalysis, starting a journey that opened up the darkest doors within himself and found him revisiting a childhood of trauma. Over 15 years after that first psychoanalysis session, he chronicles his powerful story in new memoir, Perfect Pain.

“the deeply deeply deeply honest with yourself. Now why you are doing things. And it’s okay if the reason you are doing things is because you are pissed out of anger, but know that… Know that you are struggling and be able to talk about it and get help. If you are not honest with yourself then you are just doing things and being an entrepreneur for all these other wrong reasons and typically speaking in my opinion never reached the success and the potential that you are destined to have if you can’t be honest with yourself and your insecurities and the things that you lack. So being honest with yourself numero uno”…[Listen for More]

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Nov 24, 2018

Gayana Sarkisova is a 28-year-old female tech entrepreneur who has background in journalism, TV, and technology.

“be selective, really really be selective, be selective in what you do, who you hire, what partnerships and opportunities you take on… Really my advice is to hone down your business, hone down your voice, now what you want to do, have a clear vision and align yourself that are in that scope”…[Listen for More]

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Nov 23, 2018

Andrea Samacicia Mullan is a passionate communicator and entrepreneur who in 2009 founded Victory Public Relations as an effective PR solution for health, wellness, beauty, and lifestyle brands and the experts who power them. Her understanding of the media, attention to relationships, and ability to identify trends has powered countless exciting campaigns for her clients. She continues to oversee strategy for some of the most innovative brands and experts in New York City and beyond, as well as the growth of Victory Public Relations.

“push through the pain. Do not let painful experiences hinder you from accomplishing what it is that you have set out to accomplish. I am referring specifically to taking career risks, sharing ideas that you might fear are unwelcome but I really think that we have to do that, taking risks on setting high goals, lofty goals, and figuring out how you are going to hit them later. Get the work, get the job, be smart, and get it done”…[Listen for More]

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Nov 22, 2018

Ross Andrew Paquette is the founder and CEO of Maropost, North America’s fastest growing marketing automation company, as ranked by the Deloitte Technology Fast 500. After founding Maropost in 2011, Ross has gone on to double annual growth every year since, turning a one-man operation into an international business. Acting as the strategic center of the company, Ross is responsible for determining both business and development direction.

“never give up. That’s without a doubt. And work as hard as possible or I would say put in as many hours as possible for that matter especially in those early stages of the organisation. I think there is far too many individuals out there who are comfortable with giving up when something goes wrong especially in those initial stages because there is a lot of risk… learning all aspects of the business is very very important. That of course comes along with the work ethic side of things because you do have to put in the extra effort to learn the areas that aren’t actually under your purview or you are not generally focused on from a day-to-day perspective”…[Listen for More]

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Nov 21, 2018

Christopher Barrow and Darcy Alkus Barrow, who are married, founded Foundation Homes International in 2010. Experienced property managers, they have created a business that now manages more than $115MM (US) of high-end, single-family residential long-term residential property in a suburb across the Golden Gate Bridge from San Francisco.

“work harder, work smarter, but also just do the work. There is no successful person that I have ever met that has been able to just hack working hard. You have to do it. You have to put in those insane hours at first, your family is going to hate you for a while but you have to go all in. Don’t expect to do it all. Do communicate to your friends what they can expect from you because you are going to miss parties, you are going to miss birthdays, you are going to miss events but you have to do that. Do put a deadline on it because there is a fine line between throwing down hours for your brand-new business to make it work and then just becoming a workaholic”…[Listen for More]

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Nov 20, 2018

Sahil Sahni is the co-founder of AllyO, an end-to-end AI recruiter. He holds a PhD from MIT, but has now turned his focus to the entrepreneurial world, thanks to a passion for B2B2C industries. Currently, he's focused on growing his company, AllyO, which is disrupting the recruiting industry with AI-enabled automation.

“Seek and provide help. Entrepreneurship feels very lonely, extremely lonely, almost such that it’s a risk to your decision-making. When in reality we are not alone, there are so many like us who have either gone through challenges or are going through similar challenges. I think if you seek advice from mentors, from investors, operators, from other entrepreneurs, from experts like yourself, and are willing to give to it it just makes it much more efficient and much more comforting”…[Listen for More]

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Nov 19, 2018

Born and raised in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, Philip Catudal is a globe-trotting, food and language loving, serial entrepreneur. He is a Cancer survivor; a top MBA degree Honor’s graduate; a NASM-CPT Hollywood Celebrity Trainer; and, most important of all to him, a proud father of three.

“Start right now. That doesn’t mean go and quit your day job and give everything up today. If you are in a place to do that then great… someone once gave me another great piece of advice, they said what you do in your spare time when you are not at your job, that is a great indicator of who you are and how badly you want something… every single day you should be doing something for that. So maybe register the .com domain, register the LLC, maybe spend 20 minutes doing this on your spare time when you’re not working… just do it… it doesn’t mean all or nothing I guess you could start small and do something every day towards your goal and it is going to happen quicker than you realise”…[Listen for More]

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Nov 18, 2018

Social activist, leader, and philanthropist for 25+ years, Kerri Hummingbird Sami inspires people to live wide awake with authenticity, passion and purpose. With keen insights and experiential lessons, such as firewalking, she catalyzes mind-shifts. She is a Soul Guide, the Host of Soul Nectar Show and founder of the Skills Not Pills Movement.

Social activist, leader, and philanthropist for 25+ years, Kerri Hummingbird Sami inspires people to live wide awake with authenticity, passion and purpose. With keen insights and experiential lessons, such as firewalking, she catalyzes mind-shifts. She is a Soul Guide, the Host of Soul Nectar Show and founder of the Skills Not Pills Movement.

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Nov 17, 2018

Taly Dery is a worldly entrepreneur and a business development enthusiast who believes in sustainable and exponential growth through dedication, exploration and a winning strategy. She is CEO and co-founder of BetterAir North America is the innovator of the world’s first and only probiotic air, surface and object purification systems.

“get some knowledge in a lot of things as opposed to mastering one thing. You need to have the mastery but you also need to understand legal implications, you need to understand some accounting, you need to understand some finance… learn human interactions, human traits, understand people, body language, don’t forego that, I think by far this is the most important thing, Is to understand how to relate to certain people even though their style is different to yours. Just be successful with people and I think everything else will fall into place and you need to technically understand the rest. But people is what is going to get you through passages in life and is going to make you fall if you don’t understand people. So I think this is by far the most important for entrepreneurs”…[Listen for More]

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Nov 16, 2018

Bridget Venus Grimes, CFP® is the author of Corner Office Choices: The Executive Woman’s Guide to Financial Freedom. She is the founder and president of WealthChoice, a firm focused on helping women turn their professional success into financial success. She is also a co-founder of Equita Financial Network, Inc.

“my best advice and what helped me personally the most was to reach out to others who are successful doing what you want to do and ask for their advice… I can’t recommend it enough. I would absolutely say go out and find who are the biggest players in your industry who are super successful doing what it is you want to do and what you want to build. And go to them. And more often than not they are going to take the time to share with you what has worked and hasn’t worked and their resources – I couldn’t have done it without them”…[Listen for More]

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Nov 15, 2018

A natural and accomplished Entrepreneur, Reece Mennie, is the Founder and Managing Director of industry leading investment firm, Hunter Jones. With an established background in sales, Reece boasts extensive knowledge and experience in UK and European asset-backed loan notes, having personally structured and raised circa £40 Million for property developers over the past three years alone, resulting in the accelerated growth and success of Hunter Jones. Through his inspiring and engaging talk, Reece reveals his journey to business success first hand, where he provides insight into how he transformed Hunter Jones from a start-up into a multi-million-pound empire in just three years, whilst offering valuable advice in property and business investment.

“funding was hard when I first started. The biggest problem was to make that jump with so little money because you are always unsure, you are always chasing to make sure that you will get in the deals done because you have got bills to pay and it is all on you. And when you bring in more staff in you need to make sure that everything is moving in the right way. So that was one of the difficulties I had to overcome. And to have the confidence in myself to be able to take that step to getting on my journey I am on now.”…[Listen for More]

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Nov 14, 2018

After their stage-4 cancer experience (as patient and caregiver), this married couple, David Dachinger and Tamara Green, created the Loving Meditations App, a self-care mindfulness/meditation resource that helps those living with cancer to experience more calm and ease. David is a Grammy® nominated composer, fire lieutenant and cancer survivor. Tamara is a psychotherapist, dating & relationship coach, and meditation facilitator, whom Elle Magazine dubs “the soul-centered relationship and meditation expert.” All Loving Meditations programs provide stress-reducing tools for cancer patients, caregivers and survivors in health care facilities and at home.

“doing your own business can completely take over your life, it can take over your weekends, your evenings because when you are starting off especially you are just doing everything. So my advice is to make self-care your absolute number one priority, do not let that fall to the wayside at all. So if you have a practice of maybe some kind of body movement like exercise or yoga, whatever don’t stop doing it. Or if it is meditation do not stop doing that. Or maybe it’s socialising and getting together with friends every once in a while. Make it a priority. Each part of your day and even week needs to be about self-care; take care of your emotional self and your body, your physical self”…[Listen for More]

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Nov 13, 2018

Michele Scism a serial entrepreneur who knows how it feels to fail miserably at business, at one time the bank actually called demanding their $1.5 million back, and also knows how it feels to sign the contract to sell her company for $9 million dollars.

“My best advice is to make the decision. Whatever it is that you are trying to figure out and you have been just beating yourself up over it or maybe I should try it but you can’t seem to get yourself commit to it, you need to walk through that process of making a decision, a ‘yes’ or ‘no’. It could be ‘no’ right. I do make quick decisions. It is who I am I am very decisive. And I don’t always make the right decisions but when I don’t make the right decision I go an make my wrong decision right. Meaning I go and do whatever I have to do to fix it. But here is the thing because I had made a decision I wasn’t wasting all of that time thinking about it and wondering about it – and why and how. Right. Guys you have to make decisions and just move forward.”…[Listen for More]

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Nov 12, 2018

Sunny Bonnell and Ashleigh Hansberger are the co-founders of Motto, a branding agency for disruptors, game-changers and rare breeds. For over a decade, the dynamic pair teaches leaders how to stand out, think different, and lead bold brands.

Have the courage of your convictions…[Listen for More]

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Nov 11, 2018

Known as The Marketing Stylist™, Lisa N. Alexander has worked as an art director, graphic designer and marketing consultant throughout her 20-year career. As a consultant, and now Creative Director of PrettyWork Creative LLC, she helps small business owners grow their businesses through strategic marketing and branding.

“don’t be afraid to work on yourself because your business will grow to the extent that you are willing to work on yourself. So don’t be afraid to do the hard work, it pays off in so many different ways – in your personal life and also in your business. So don’t be afraid to do that work”…[Listen for More]

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Nov 10, 2018

Indiana entrepreneur Jonathan Partlow takes a humanity focused, human centered approach to his business endeavors, working every day to save our planet and those living on it. For more than 20 years, Partlow has created and implemented multiple game changing, innovative designs and won multiple design awards in Experience Design, Service Design, Product Design, Systems / Software Design, Marketing Design and Business Model Design. Partlow’s dedication and passion led him to create Aggressively Organic, an ag-tech startup whose mission is to help people declare their food independence and ultimately end food insecurity not only in our country, but worldwide.

“Show up. Find something that you are passionate about… take the leap… if you want to be an entrepreneur is a whole different thing than if you want to be an entrepreneur acting like an entrepreneur and then being an entrepreneur as an entrepreneur as a way of being. Just do it…it’s terrifying, you are going to go downstairs and bump the back of your head a lot but do it anyhow because it is worth it if you find that one thing, or you create that one thing in your life that drives you every second of every day. That’s the biggest thing find the thing that matters”…[Listen for More]

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Nov 9, 2018

Kathryn Kemp Guylay has spent more than 25 years in the business and nonprofit management world as a coach, founder, management consultant, and CEO. Her clients have included IBM, GE, 3M, Motorola, Siemens, and dozens of other Fortune 500/100 companies. Kathryn's current transformational project is Make Everything Fun, a platform for online education, training, resources and podcasts. As a bestselling author and publisher, she’s working on her seventh book and has received ten awards for her books which span nonfiction, self-help and children’s books. Kathryn is known for being “relentlessly helpful” to her clients and students. She is also a dedicated wife, mom of two teenagers, and exercise partner to two dogs.

“so for entrepreneurs they need to create a vision overall for their life…they then need to break down that vision into smaller achievable steps. And I always say that baby steps add up. And on top of that get outside. Your best ideas are not going to happen at your desk they are going to happen likely in the shower; people talk about but for me it is when I am moving my body, blood and circulation is happening and blood movement, oxygen, that’s where you are going to get your best inspiration”…[Listen for More]

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Nov 8, 2018

Michelle Villalobos is the creator of the podcast "Awaken Your Inner Superstar." She helps "Superstars" - AKA: thought leaders, influencers, game-changers, messengers, mentors and entrepreneurs - build lifestyle-friendly, contribution-driven businesses. Her specialty is in helping them to make an impact and generate income using small, immersion events and retreats.

Sell it first and figure it out later… what I learned later is it makes more sense to actually offer it up for sale, sketch it out, map it out, decide what it’s going to look like, get clear on the outcomes, on the deliverables, and then put it out there and sell it with a delivery date. And give yourself enough time for when you stop selling it to when you deliver it to actually produce the product…[Listen for More]

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Nov 7, 2018

Arvind Raichur is the co-founder and CEO of MrOwl, a Community Interest Engine™ that brings together the best of social, search, and digital organization all in one app. He was one of the early pioneers of internet 'organization'. Prior to the web categorization we have grown to depend on, he co-founded Attorney Locate and All Law.

“if you are going to be a successful entrepreneur you must have a vision, you must have passion, you must have tenacity to see your vision through. And one of the easiest ways to make sure that you stay on course and to avoid some common missteps is to surround yourself with good mentors and advisers”…[Listen for More]

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Nov 6, 2018

Stephanie Chandler is the author of several books including The Nonfiction Book Publishing Plan and The Nonfiction Book Marketing Plan. She is CEO of 'Nonfiction Authors Association', a vibrant educational community for experienced and aspiring writers, and 'Nonfiction Writers Conference', an annual event conducted entirely online. A frequent speaker at business events and on the radio, she has been featured in Entrepreneur, BusinessWeek, and Wired magazine.

“I think fear stops a lot of people. I think it either stops them from starting a business or doing something new in a business or narrowing down a niche. So I would say push through that fear and persevere. Don’t let a fear stop you from doing something that can potentially change your life or change the lives of your customers, your clients and your family. You know being successful doesn’t just impact you and your customers it impacts your family and the people you care about and you deserve that success. And you should allow yourself to pursue it with all of your heart.”…[Listen for More]

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