The Entrepreneurship of P.T. Barnum as Featured in the Movie, The Greatest Showman Perhaps it’s the upbeat music, or the rags-to-riches story, or the fact that so many are fascinated by the circus—or maybe it’s all of the above, but whatever the reasons, one of the best, most inspiring movies about entrepreneurship of all time…
Improving the lives of caregivers and people with Parkinson’s around the globe. Our guest today is Tom Stephenson, insurance agency owner and Pushups for Parkinsons board member.
In this episode we discuss Pushups4Parkinsons, being a caregiver, and leading a cause.
Our guest today is Tom Stephenson, insurance agency owner and Pushups for Parkinsons board member.
Tom is helping lead the movement to spread awareness around Parkinson’s disease, recognize the strength and hope of so many, and to raise funds for Parkinsons research, caregivers, and support.
Through much inspiration, Tom gives us the story around why he is so passionate about Pushups4Parkinsons and giving back.
Tom’s examples of working towards a greater goal and being a cause leader were on full display in our chat. His incredible mindset and willingness to give back in life has us so excited to feature him on this podcast.
We hope you enjoy this episode with Tom Stephenson.
Ryan Holiday, author, speaker, mentor Over the past eight years, I have sought mentors from books and podcasts. I’m not sure I knew I was doing that in the beginning, but looking back, I was always looking for people I could learn from. I’ve never met most of these people—they’re not mentors in that sense—but…
“You can’t soar with the eagles if you’re hanging with the turkeys.” Our guest today is Frank Van Buren, speaker, author, advisor, and former U.S. Army Black Hawk Helicopter Pilot.
In this episode we discuss the military lifestyle, overcoming adversity, and lessons from the cockpit.
Growing up in a military family, Frank spent most of his young life traveling and always learning from the military community. After his college football career was ended due to injury, Frank joined the Army and earned his silver U.S. Army aviator’s wings.
Through much adversity, Frank now shares his stories and lessons to mentor those around him. He shares his stories in many ways including through his book, “Life Lessons From The Cockpit”
Frank currently resides in Charlotte, North Carolina with his family where they enjoy their 30-acre farm.
Frank’s examples of helping himself and so many overcome adversity were on full display in our chat. His success in business, life, and the military has us so excited to feature him on this podcast.
Thank you to Frank Van Buren for giving us his time and his lessons. Be sure to check out his book on Amazon.
Building KazSource from scratch. In this episode, Eric Kasimov, founder of KazSource, continues on the topic of how he built KazSource from the ground up. Eric tells the story of how his family helped inspire him to become an entrepreneur and build his own business. We hope the continued story behind our business provides valuable insight and gives you, the entrepreneur, a better idea of what we do in our business.
With a passion for helping entrepreneurs build a protect their business, we hope you enjoy this episode with Eric Kasimov.
Smashing the Plateau. Our guest today is David Shriner-Cahn, Co-Founder of the BestNetwork and host of the business podcast, Smashing the Plateau. In this episode, we discuss being a solopreneur, generating recurring revenue, and podcasting. ——BestNetwork helps guide expertise-driven solopreneur business owners to build stable and consistent recurring revenue. Along with BestNetwork, David runs the Smashing the Plateau Podcast, Smashing the Plateau helps you get unstuck – so you can do what you love and get paid what you’re worth. David’s examples of helping entrepreneurs smash the plateau were on full display in our chat. His success in business has us so excited to feature him on this podcast. We hope you enjoy this episode with David Shriner-Cahn.
Building and protecting your businesses. In this episode, Eric Kasimov, founder of KazSource, tells the story of how KazSource came to be, what KazSource has become, and the vision for the future of KazSource. We hope the story behind our business provides valuable insight and gives you, the entrepreneur, a better idea of what we do in our business. With a passion for helping entrepreneur’s build a protect their business, we hope you enjoy this episode with Eric Kasimov.
Breaking through the barriers to quality. Our guest today is Bruce Snell, President of BSG International. In this episode we discuss fundamentals, helping others, and football in the south. ——Bruce Snell understands business operations. We’ve spent quite a bit of time with Bruce and knew we had to have him on the podcast as he has so much to offer business leaders. He gives in so many ways- he does one on one consulting, he works with companies of many sizes, he has his book Breaking Through the Four Barriers of Quality, and he has an online course—all of it provides an awareness of operational processes – he trains, develops, and applies. Bottom line is Bruce and BSG International can help your business. Bruce’s examples of breaking through barriers in life and business were on full display in our chat. His success in business has us so excited to feature him on this podcast. We hope you enjoy this episode with Bruce Snell.
Building businesses and buildings from the ground up. Our guest today is Brian King, President of A M King In this episode, we discuss the truth about entrepreneurship, the growth of Charlotte, NC, and balance ——Brian is a graduate of the University of Florida and has more than 30 years experience managing design and construction projects all across the world. Brian’s examples of building his business and buildings from the ground up were on full display in our chat. His success in business have us so excited to feature him on this podcast. We hope you enjoy this episode with Brian King.
Go behind the scenes with KazCM’s newest content marketer! Our guest today is Katie Szabo, a content marketer at KazCM. In this episode we discuss getting a job the non-traditional way, creating amazing content, and art.——Katie came to KazSource in a non-traditional way. With her creativity, enthusiasm, and great work ethic, along with her ability to read and listen to us via blogs, social media, and podcasts, Katie knew she was a fit before she ever started.With an eye for design and a mind for business, we hope you enjoy this episode with Katie Szabo.