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EP008: Perspectives of a Charleston Native with Mark Heath

Baghdad, politics, business and lessons along the way. Eric welcomes, Mark Heath of KazSource, Inc to this episode of Entrepreneur Perspectives. Mark is a native of Charleston, South Carolina. Mark brings perspectives of selling himself both in business and in politics. In this episode they talk about Charleston, South Carolina, running for state senate, and the South Carolina Gamecocks.

Mark provides unique insights into both the political and business world. Mark specializes in helping financial advisors grow their business. This Charleston entrepreneur is proud to be in his home town and he shows that by bettering the community he lives in by helping area families and businesses. Mark provides examples from his time in Baghdad to starting out in the business world.

Eric also questions Mark on the current state of education, how he handled a career change, and his perspective on marketing. As always, Eric fires shots at his guest about the books he is reading, favorite phone apps, and of course Super Bowl predictions.

The show is based around the perspectives of an entrepreneur. And this entrepreneur is full of thoughtfulness and ideas.


Music, “Here for the Win” provided by Songwriter Jess

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The RODS mission is to nurture a positive image of Down syndrome, to promote awareness for the adoption of orphans with Down syndrome, and by participating in organized, athletic races and awareness events.

Ultimately the goal is to find homes for all orphans with Down syndrome.

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