I came up in sales. I was good at it. But often times, others can get you off track. You become focused on less important tasks. It seems as though work is always getting done. And sure, much of the work is important, no question, but it can leave you with little time to be…
It’s never too early to start creating your future. Eric welcomes Jake Fleshner to this episode of Entrepreneur Perspectives. In this episode they talk about the future of marketing, being a young entrepreneur, and the University of Michigan.
Jake Fleshner is the founder of Spade America. Spade America connects local, non-competing businesses with one another. With their new app, consumers can get discounts at their favorite local shops. Jake is from Los Angeles, California and currently attends the University of Michigan. Jake brings perspective of a young entrepreneur who is currently enrolled in college and running a business. Because of his ambition, his ability to launch a company, and his thoughts on networking, any business owner, college student, or individual can learn from Jake.
Eric also questions Jake on selling himself, social media, and why you should always be in learning mode. As always, Eric fires shots at his guest about the books he is reading, his most important phone app, and his favorite sports team.
Life settlements and life causes. Eric welcomes Jamie Mendelsohn to this episode of Entrepreneur Perspectives. In this episode they talk about the Life Settlement Market, The Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation, and the Florida Gators.
Jamie Mendelsohn is the EVP of the Ashar Group in Orlando, Florida. Ashar Group is a life settlement and insurance policy appraisal company. Jamie is involved in joint work with CFP, CPA, Insurance Agents, Estate Planning Attorneys, Trust Managers and Banks. Jamie brings perspective of someone who helps advisors and families monetize existing insurance and annuity assets. She adds value to the firms she works with by providing education and back office support of the Life Settlement Market. And because of that, any business owner, insurance advisor, or individual can learn from Jamie.
Eric also questions Jamie on leaving your ego at the door, giving back, and advice for an up and coming insurance advisor. As always, Eric fires shots at his guest about the books she is reading, her most important phone app, and her favorite sports team.
A big dose of motivation. Eric welcomes former pro football player, Andrew Johnson to this episode of Entrepreneur Perspectives. In this episode they talk about overcoming obstacles, gaming, and the Canadian Football League.
Andrew Johnson is the founder of Supreme Level Media. He currently lives in Toronto, Canada. Andrew brings the perspective of a former athlete, current entrepreneur, and motivationalist and you can use his experiences and inspiration to help with your business. And because of that, any business owner or entrepreneur can learn from Andrew.
Eric also questions Andrew on social media in business, disruption in football, and how to successfully make a career change. As always, Eric fires shots at his guest about the books he is reading, his most important phone app, and his Super Bowl (and Grey Cup) prediction.
Disruption can happen to any business. And the confusing health insurance market explained. Eric welcomes Kyle Romanat to this episode of Entrepreneur Perspectives. In this episode they talk about choosing the right health insurance plan, disruption in business, and the United States Navy.
Kyle Romanat is the founder of Health Market Genius. Health Market Genius is designed to help people evaluate and choose health insurance plans. Kyle has been a health insurance agent for 20 years.
He currently lives in Charlotte, North Carolina with his wife and 4 children. Kyle brings the perspective of someone who has been disrupted in business, but never skipped a beat. With disruption happening at a rapid rate across many industries, you can absolutely learn from Kyle on how to pick up the pieces and build something better. He is a business owner who has a clear vision and goal. And because of that, any business owner or entrepreneur can learn from Kyle. With his expertise in the health insurance market, Kyle can also help you navigate the healthcare marketplace.
Eric also questions Kyle on making adjustments in business, the Christian Healthcare Plan, and how he got to where he is today. As always, Eric fires shots at his guest about the books he is reading, his most important phone app, and his Super Bowl prediction.
Outside the world of 9-5. Eric welcomes Shane Larson to this episode of Entrepreneur Perspectives. In this episode they talk about creating content, the side hustle, and The Ohio State Buckeyes.
Shane Larson is the founder of The Gametime Guru. The Gametime Guru is a content platform all about delivering a panoramic view on sports.
Shane lives in Meridian, Idaho with his wife and kid. Not only does Shane have a full time job, but he also has a love for the side hustle. Shane brings the perspective of someone within the business world who has a vision and a goal. And because of that, any business owner or entrepreneur can learn from Shane, The Gametime Guru. He provides great knowledge on creating content within a productive routine, being passionate about what you do, and of course sports.
Eric also questions Shane on the future of audio, unique ways to make extra cash, and Boise State’s blue field. As always, Eric fires shots at his guest about the books he is reading, his most important phone app, and his Super Bowl prediction.
Building your business through content marketing. This is a unique episode where instead of having a guest, it will be John Priore, a social media producer at KazSource and Eric Kasimov talking in a freestyle episode about different topics that will help you as an entrepreneur build and protect your business. In this episode we discuss content marketing, what we’ve learned from previous podcasts, and social media engagement.
This freestyle episode is completely unscripted. At the core of this episode is what we do—helping you build and protect your business — with a focus on marketing. The perspectives we bring on the current state of content marketing and the ways you can begin creating unique content are going to help any business owner.
There’s more to life insurance than just death benefit. Think living benefits. “Did you knows” exist in many industries. It seems like the insurance industry is full of them. And I understand why. It’s a confusing market. Add to that the fact that many advisors push certain carriers and products. Of course stories develop…
Creating the world’s first natural awareness beverage. Eric welcomes Thomas Walker to this episode of Entrepreneur Perspectives. In this episode they talk about energy drinks, leaving your day job, and building a brand.
Thomas Walker is the co-founder of Mettā Beverage Corporation. Thomas runs the branding, graphic design, and culture at Mettā Beverage Corp. He also manages the legal affairs of the business. Thomas lives in Vancouver, Canada. Thomas provides a simplistic approach to building a brand in today’s confusing entrepreneurial landscape. The perspectives he brings as a brand builder, former lawyer, and passionate entrepreneur are perspectives that will help any business owner.
Eric also questions Thomas on marketing in the crowded beverage industry, what makes Mettā so unique, and his views on fitness. As always, Eric fires shots at his guest about the books he is reading, his most important phone app, and his favorite team.
The show is based around the perspectives of an entrepreneur and this entrepreneur is full of ambition and simplicity.
About Mettā: The drink is designed to heighten awareness, reduce fatigue, and improve performance. Mettā is made from natural herbal extracts and does not contain any artificial additives, stimulants or refined sugars.
Changing the game of basketball. Eric welcomes Dominique Lawrence to this episode of Entrepreneur Perspectives. In this episode they talk about building a ref business, the value of 1, and the game of basketball.
Dominique Lawrence is the owner of Always Official and CSO at Reach Socks. He goes by the name Domo and lives in Salem, Oregon. Domo is an inspiring individual that wants to change the game of basketball for the better. He is not your traditional referee and that is obvious when you hear him share his perspectives. Domo is the type of entrepreneur that anyone can learn from and be motivated by—and at the same time, Domo is a non stop learner.
Eric also questions Domo on the future of officials, his view on “super teams” in the NBA, and the future of audio. As always, Eric fires shots at his guest about the books he is reading, his most important phone app, and since this show is centered around basketball, his prediction on the 2017-18 NBA Championship.