Follow Us
Shane-Snively | The Strategy Addict

EP001: Perspectives of a Relevant Business Owner with Shane Snively

First episode! Get inspired to make business happen. Eric welcomes Shane Snively of Abiding Wealth Advisors, KazSource, Inc and Chestnut Family Practice to this first ever episode of Entrepreneur Perspectives. With Shane’s involvement in KazSource from day one, we couldn’t think of a better first guest! Shane makes his mark by developing businesses and creating strategies for his companies and those he works with. In this episode they talk about selling the Glengarry Glen Ross style, running multiple businesses, and The Ohio State University Buckeyes.

Shane provides unique insights on the current state of business. This first podcast episode is full of vital information and is a must listen for everyone, from up and coming entrepreneurs to owners looking for exits. For the business owner, learning how to stay relevant in 2017 is a must and Shane talks about how you can do just that. Shane provides examples from his time in the Air Force to his time growing multiple businesses.

Eric also questions Shane on if social media tools are being taken advantage of by 50 to 60 year old professionals and if the days of hiding inside of a business are over. 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 giving and insight.

With this being the first episode of our podcast, we would like to take a moment to describe why we are investing our time into audio (article here).


Music, “Here for the Win” provided by SongwriterJess

Articles mentioned:

Useful links from this episode:

Other links:

Sponsor: Wes Connor Insurance

Connect with us:

Shane Snively: LinkedIn, Email

Eric Kasimov: Instagram, Twitter, LinkedIn


Thank you so much for listening to this podcast. A transcript of the podcast can be found here.


We would be so grateful if you: