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How to Become a Millionaire With Your Side Hustle, with Tony Whatley

Tony became known as “The Side Hustle Millionaire” after his book with the same title became a #1 best-seller on Amazon. But, this book title isn’t just fiction; it is based on his actual story. As an active entrepreneur himself, he still owns a few businesses. But, his real passion is teaching entrepreneurs how to start, scale, and sell their business, within his consulting brand 365 Driven. Show Notes "Opportunities don't happen. You create them." - -- Chris Grosser There is so much to say...


Episode 116 – How to Accelerate Your Entrepreneurial Success with Mentorship, with Paul Carrick Brunson

Paul is a Mentor, Entrepreneur, & Television Host whose goal is to help you live your best life. He's the world’s most influential matchmaker, founded and exited three businesses, host two television shows, spent nearly a decade working directly for a billionaire, and shares his experiences by mentoring through Knowledge Share. Show Notes Paul defines mentorship as "personal development in which a more experienced or more knowledgeable person guides a less experienced or less knowledgeable...


Episode 115 – Relax! Take a Deep Breath – Tips for De-Stressing as an Entrepreneur, with Dr. Tim Laskis

Tim Laskis. Ph.D. Clinical Psychology -Life coach since 2003 -Mental Performance Coach with high profile professional athletes since 2014 -Author: Finding Your Costa Rica: Five Powerful Steps to Personal, Professional and Financial Success. -Founder, Coach Wherever: Life Coach School -University Instructor for over 10 years -Podcast Host: 2 shows: The Tim Laskis Show and Coach Wherever: Life Coach School Podcast. Show Notes As an entrepreneur, stress is inevitable, in fact, as a living,...


Episode 114 – Entrepreneurial Lessons From The Army, with Sushil Bhasin

Sushil is a Speaker, Trainer and Author, Brig Sushil Bhasin. Sushil has training and speaking experience of 34 years in the Indian Army and 14 years in the Corporate. His forte is Leadership and Teamwork. In 14 years he has conducted over 550 corporate training workshops. Sushil is an author of 2 books: “Design Your Life.” and “Million $ Second,” published by CNBC TV 18. Show Notes Life has a way of doling out lessons and we would do ourselves some good if we listened. When we think about...


Episode 113 – Get Noticed–Marketing: Do’s and Don’ts for the Entrepreneur, with Jared Shapiro

Jared is a brand strategist, marketing maven, and publicist with over 15 years of experience in the entertainment and media world. As the former editor in chief of the Miami headquartered Ocean Drive Magazine Jared utilized his 13 years of experience in NYC as the editorial director of In Touch Weekly and Life & Style Weekly to further broaden Ocean Drive’s international appeal and global reach. Jared is also a New York Times Best Selling Author, and principal of marketing + branding +...


Episode 112 – How to Maximize Your “Press Pass” at Conferences & Events as an Entrepreneur, with Susan Young

Susan Young is an award-winning publicity strategist. Her online coaching programs teach entrepreneurs how to untangle their words and supercharge their content, credibility and community. Susan also manages Communication Nation on Facebook. Her favorite accomplishment: Being named one of the ’Top 75 Badass Women on Twitter.’(@sueyoungmedia). Show Notes Ever wondered how to get that coveted access to those high profile conference speakers? Susan Young has interviewed many - from homeless...


Episode 111 – Google Ads and What You Need to Know as an Entrepreneur, with Amy Hebdon

Amy Hebdon is the founder of Paid Search Magic, an agency that provides done-for-you paid search services and helps digital marketers and entrepreneurs become successful with Google Ads via coaching, consulting, audits, reporting and courses. She’s managed several hundred million dollars in spend, working with Fortune 50s and SMBs to grow their businesses using paid media. Show Notes Oh the conundrum of getting Google Ads right! When should we use it? What kind of budget do we need? Who is...


Episode 110 – Leading With Creativity to Achieve Entrepreneurial Success, with James Taylor

James Taylor started his career managing high profile rock stars and is now an in-demand keynote speaker and internationally recognized leader in business creativity and innovation. For over 20 years, he has been advising CEO’s, entrepreneurs, educators, governments, leaders, writers and rockstars on how to build innovative organizations, unlock creative potential, and increase productivity. Show Notes Entrepreneurship and creativity go hand in hand. Not only does it take number-crunching...


Episode 109 – Incorporating Social Media into Your Traditional Sales Process, with Jack Kosakowski

Jack Kosakowski consults, trains, implements, and executes with some of the top b2b sales teams globally on how to integrate social media into the traditional sales process. He speaks at some of the largest sales, marketing, and leadership conferences globally and has been called the most passionate social selling evangelist in the field. Show Notes As an entrepreneur there is no go going around the fact that you must be involved in the sales process. You need to earn the right to other...


Episode 108 – Implementing Big-Business Leadership in a Small Business, with Holly Green

Holly Green, an experienced business leader and behavioral scientist, she has a rare combination of extensive academic training and in-the-trenches experience working in and leading organizations. She has also worked with elite performers including the United States Navy Seals, Top Gun Fighter Pilots, Olympic athletes, senior NFL referees, the FBI Leadership Academy, and two United States Presidents. She has worked in senior leadership roles with global giants including The Coca Cola...


Episode 107 – Becoming a Master of Time: The Power of Delegating, with Greg Winteregg

Greg Winteregg, an internationally recognized lecturer, sales-trainer and management consultant who has spent the last 25 years specializing in working with small business owners across the US and Canada. Greg joins me to discuss the power of delegating and time management. Show Notes Can we really master time? My guest Greg Winteregg believes so. The number one factor in being effective with time is to DECIDE in minutes and then START. It is important to get moving on the decision that was...


Episode 106 – Crowdfunding: A Viable Alternative to Traditional Startup Funding, with Tom Ryan

Tom Ryan, General Partner at Start100. He is an experienced startup founder, investment professional, and distinguished coach and mentor to entrepreneurs worldwide. In addition to START100, Tom is currently an Entrepreneur-In-Residence at Catawba Valley Community College and the founder of entrepreneurial support resource connectivity platform, This episode is all about crowdfunding for your startup. What is Crowdfunding? Crowdfunding is raising small amounts of money from...


Episode 105 – Business Research and the Entrepreneur, with Nitin Sharma

Nitin Sharma is a “big picture” oriented business strategist, with experience in market research, data analysis, statistics, project management and industry/market analysis in multiple sectors. Show Notes Ideas are a dime a dozen, it’s the execution that makes the difference. But where does the entrepreneur start? In seeking to validate your idea, assessing the feasibility of its success, you must put effort and time in research. You don’t need to hire large companies to do your research....


Episode 104 – Strategies Really Successful People Use to Manage Their Time

Laura Vanderkam is an author of several time management books, including Off the Clock and 168 Hours. She blogs at Show Notes “Expectations are infinite; time is finite, you are always choosing, choose well” - Laura Vanderkam. You are always choosing what to give your attention to. This conversation is sparked by Laura's Ted Talk, "Proven Strategies Really Successful People Use to Manage Their Time" Can we really manage time or do we manage ourselves to manage time? It...


Episode 103 – Securing Funding for Women-Owned Startups

Dr. Roshawnna Novellus, the Founder and CEO of EnrichHER which is a financial technology platform fueling the growth of women-owned businesses. EnrichHER enables female founders to secure $30k-$70k of capital in an affordable way. Show Notes Women are the fastest group of entrepreneurs. The type and magnitude of funding doesn’t usually correspond to this growth. Survey shows that less than 10% of ventured-back companies have women-owed companies. ErichHER, led by Dr. Roshwanna Novellus, was...


Episode 102 – The Key to Innovative Business Ideas, with Pamela Wilson

Pamela is an award-winning designer and marketer, a keynote speaker, a three-time author, and the founder of BIG Brand System, where she helps people build online businesses they love. Show Notes Coming up with business ideas can be hard and executing on them is even harder. Pamela has an idea to help solve this problem. At first you may think she is referring to plants and flowers when you hear about cross-pollination. Listen more and you will realize that Pamela is actually talking about...


Episode 101 – Pillars in Harnessing Freedom and Abundance for the Entrepreneur, with Caline Newton

Caline Newton is a teacher of financial literacy and empowerment and a personal financial analyst and strategist, delivering financial education through seminars, workshops, curricula, trainings and one-on-one coaching and mentoring since 2000. As a transformational leader, Caline’s purpose and passion is to serve by imparting the knowledge & wisdom to lead others into a wealth mindset to ultimately result in their financial freedom and financial legacy. Show Notes: What does it mean to live...


Episode 100 – Celebrating A Milestone: A Replay With Seth Godin

At the end of 2016 after completing 3 seasons of The Entrepreneurial You on Power 106 FM in Jamaica, from 2014-2016, I felt I needed more. And by more I mean I wanted to have a global impact. I wanted to serve not just people in Jamaica or even the Diaspora, but globally. For a long time this was my desire but whilst a little part of me knew it was possible - the how was another story. So who would have thought? In March 2017 I changed from The Entrepreneurial You being a radio show to a...


Episode 099 – Developing an Effective Content Marketing Strategy for Your Startup, with Joe Pulizzi

Joe Pulizzi is the founder of the Content Marketing Institute (CMI), the leading educational organization for content marketing, which hosts the largest physical content marketing event, Content Marketing World. Joe is a highly sought after public speaker and a 5x author, including Killing Marketing, Content Inc. and Epic Content Marketing, which was named a “Must-Read Business Book” by Fortune Magazine. Show Notes: Content Marketing Content marketing is creating sharing relevant information...


Episode 098 – Creating that Uber-Amazing Pitch Deck to Secure Investment for Your Startup, with Erik Vos

Erik Vos is a Pitch Deck Coach, 13x serial entrepreneur, author of 6 books translated in 21 languages and Speaker (8 languages in 91 countries). Show Notes: So you have a great business idea that will change the world. But there is one major problem; you are unable to finance it. You’ve been told that there are investors who will be interested in backing your business but you first need a pitch deck. In this episode of The Entrepreneurial You, Pitch Deck Coach Erik provides great insight...