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If you could ask an expert in your field one question about business or life, what would you ask? Business, Life, and Coffee podcast host, Joey Price, CEO of Jumpstart:HR.

If you could ask an expert in your field one question about business or life, what would you ask? Business, Life, and Coffee podcast host, Joey Price, CEO of Jumpstart:HR.
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If you could ask an expert in your field one question about business or life, what would you ask? Business, Life, and Coffee podcast host, Joey Price, CEO of Jumpstart:HR.




147 - What Is Affiliate Marketing And How Can It Get You A Six-Figure Income? Ft. Greg Jeffries

This week’s guest is Greg Jeffries, who is an internet marketing expert. Greg spent the last several years of his life transitioning from a complete internet marketing newbie, to a successful affiliate marketer that makes a 6 figure salary! He is currently offering his guidance and advice in the form of an online course called SEO Affiliate Domination. Our topics include: What is affiliate marketing, and what are some of the key characteristics of the field?Is online marketing a Zero-Sum...


146 - Everything You Need To Know About Real Estate Investment Trusts, ft Eddie Lorin

This week, we’re joined by Eddie Lorin, a 30-year multifamily real estate veteran, focusing primarily on value-add and/or under-performing multifamily properties nationwide. Eddie co-founded the HAPI Foundation 5 years ago with his wife Jane, and is currently working on promoting health and wellness in disadvantaged apartment communities. Our topics include: The vision behind the HAPI Foundation, their mission and their goals.What is the purpose of a real estate investment trust?How is...


145 - The Importance of Mentorship and Having a Great Career Team ft Joan Wilmer

Our guest for this week is Joan Wilmer, an HR Executive and a Community Advocate. She is also a successful entrepreneur and she currently co-owns multiple franchises located in Maryland and West Virginia. Over the past two decades, she’s built an impressive rapport at organizations including The Federal Reserve Board, CBRE, Caesars Entertainment, American Red Cross, Toyota and Citigroup, holding the titles of Senior HR Business Partner via The Federal Reserve Board; Greater Southeastern HR...


144 - The Future Of Work: What Does a Really Successful Employee Experience Look Like? Ft. Jacob Morgan

This week, we met with Jacob Morgan, a futurist, a keynote speaker, and a 3-time bestselling author. Throughout his works, Jacob explores the future of work, and he is currently working on a book about the future of leadership. Our topics include: What is “The Employee Experience Equation” and how can it help with the way you run your business?What are the things C-level Executives don’t really understand about HR?Which companies truly recognize the importance of organizational culture...


143 - The Happiness Planner: Can This App Teach You How To Improve Your Mental Health? Ft. Mo Seetubtim

For this week’s episode, we met with Mo Seetubtim. She is the founder of the Happiness Planner, a planner/journal designed to help you live a happy, inspired, and truly fulfilled life by embracing the power of positive thinking, mindfulness, gratitude, and self-development. Recently, the Happiness Planner company launched an app! Our topics include: The story behind the making of the Happiness Planner.What are the key ingredients that will help you grow a stronger foll [...]


142 - What Is The Future Of Human Resource Management Professionals? Ft. SHRM Chief of Staff Emily Dickens

Today we’re joined by Emily Dickens - a lawyer by training, former lobbyist and the new Chief of Staff at the Society of Human Resource Management. SHRM is the world’s largest HR professional society, and Emily is currently responsible for facilitating the CEO’s vision for the organization. Our topics include: The role and the responsibilities of the Chief of Staff at SHRM?What are the benefits of building your business strategy by focusing on the employees?The future of SHRM and HR as a...


141 - Should your side gig be starting a vending machine business? + PayPal and Small Business Month

Our guest for this week is Matt Miller, the president and founder of School Spirit Vending. Find out just how he built his multimillion enterprise one quarter at a time! Our topics include: How and why to start a side business with vending machines?The origin of Spirit Stickers and how they’ve affected Matt’s company.About Matt:


140 - How To Protect Intellectual Property? : A Crash Course For Entrepreneurs

On this week’s podcast, we’re joined by Vincent LoTempio, an IP attorney and an expert on intellectual property law. Enjoy our half-hour crash course! Our topics include: Why should startup founders learn about intellectual property?The difference between getting a patent and getting a trademark.Vincent’s mystery client, whose product is famous worldwide! The rules for a getting a really successful patent or trademark.Connect With Vincent [...]


139 - How Can Branding Yourself On Social Media Help You Become A Successful Entrepreneur?

This week we’re chatting with Sidney Rivera (@sidr10)- a professional soccer player, social media brand builder and entrepreneur. He is also has a brand new podcast of his own! Our topics include: What are the key components of becoming a professional athlete?The importance and benefits of social media networking for new entrepreneursSidney’s career story - from a professional athlete to soc [...]


138 - How To Reduce Taxable Income In 2018 Through Tax Planning?

This week, we’re joined by Craig Cody. He is a Certified Tax Coach, a Certified Public Accountant, a business owner, and the author of “The 10 Most Expensive Tax Mistakes That Cost Business Owners Thousands”. (Request a FREE hardcopy here: Our topics include: Top three things entrepreneurs should be aware of when it comes to tax planning


137 - Are People Who Overcame Adversity More Successful And Better Leaders? ft. Dr. James Kelley

On this week’s podcast we met with Dr. James Kelley, author of the upcoming book Crucible’s Gift: 5 Lessons from Authentic Leaders Who Thrive in Adversity, dedicated to helping you transform the things that hold you back into traits that will propel you forward. Our topics include: The surprising background of James’s personal and professional success.Is adversity a necessity for having a successful career?The differences between positive and negative adversity.Examples of people who...


136 - No Time for Love: Is Online Dating a Solution for Today’s Busy Entrepreneur?

It’s hard meeting someone special while trying to run a successful business. Being a young entrepreneur these days often means having less time for finding a relationship. Online dating is thankfully making it easier to meet new and interesting people, but are you sure you’re using it right? We’re joined by Greg Schwartz the founder of Make Online Dating Fun, and he wants to help you improve your experiences with places like OkCupid and Tinder. He’s teaching professional people how to...


135 - Business vs Busyness: How to save yourself from the stress of everyday chaos

“It takes 11 systems to run a human body… Your business could probably be run with less.” - Scott Beebe Do you often feel overwhelmed by your day to day tasks, with little to no free time? Do you dream of being able to delegate parts of your work, without being stressed out about the quality of your business? Is being constantly busy actually making your work less efficient? This week we’re talking about how important it is to systematize your business and the benefits of defining each...


134 - How to Make the Most Out Of Your Passion Projects ft. Nicole Holland, aka The Modern Marketing Specialist

This Week’s Free Offer: One Month of Free Bookkeeping + 20% Annual Bookkeeping Services from Bench Accounting Try Bench For Free: About This Episode: On this week’s podcast, we talked with Nicole Holland, also known as the Modern Marketing Specialist. From correctional officer to a full-blown marketing guru, her career path is truly an inspiration, and full of exciting stories. Being a self-starter herself, Nicole is a big believer in sweat e [...]


133 - Little Guy in a Fat Van: The Life of a True Modern-Day Digital Nomad

“Fear masks itself as common sense all the time” - Kyle Kesterson Meet Kyle Kesterson, a nomadic serial entrepreneur on a spiritual journey. Three years ago, he combined his sense of efficiency, yearning for conservation, search for mindfulness, and an awesome van into a fascinating, inspirational adventure! Led by the notion of self-improvement, taking life one day at a time, Kyle shares with us his stories from the road, his values and his philosophy. We discussed the benefits of...


132 - Investing in Social Media Advertising: Can Paid Ads Give Your Marketing Plan the Edge? ft. Duane Brown, Take Some Risk

Social Media has become an important part of our everyday lives, so much so as having a nice, fresh cup of coffee first thing in the morning. But should you be investing in paid ads on places like Twitter or Facebook? What are the dos and don’ts of social media advertising, and which tools can help you determine the best possible strategy? All this, and a whole lot more in our content packed, half-hour chat with Duane Brown, founder of Take Some Risk, a digital-forward performance agency...


131 - What’s it like to live in one country while investing in Real Estate in another? ft. Billy Keels, KeePon Cashflow

Are you curious about investing in real estate overseas? This is the podcast episode for you! Before becoming a real estate entrepreneur, KeePon Cashflow’s founder Billy Keels worked in the corporate world. In fact, he was one of the best “corporate soldiers” you’d ever want to meet. Now he’s building a growing Real Estate Investment empire and doing it all from the other side of the Pond. Connect with Billy: Grab his book: Like This...


130 - Success in the Boardroom Starts in the Weight Room ft. Mr. Natural Universe and Health Coach Jerry Anderson

Running a business - and doing it successfully - requires you to be on top of your business knowledge as much as possible. But what happens when you get the flu? How fast can your body bounce back from illness? Do you work on your physical health as much as you do the health of your business? Did you know that your health is the foundation of your leadership? Jerry Anderson is the author of “The Leadership Diet” a new book in stores now! He’s an author, speaker on leadership health,...


129 - Are Today’s HR Leaders Living in La La Land? ft. Johnny C. Taylor, Jr., SHRM President and CEO

The Human Resources professional has long been typecasted in media as aloof, dumb, and full of comedic relief. In the corporate world, HR is seen as a paper pusher function with no real strategic credibility or input. Johnny C. Taylor, Jr. wants to change all that for good by creating processes and culture that improves the perception - and impact - of HR within the business community. I n this podcast, you’ll meet the new SHRM President and CEO who’s got an innovative vision to move...


128 - How to Access More Money For Your Business ft. Ty Crandall, Business Credit Expert, Author, and CEO of Credit Suite

Help Build the Podcast in 2018 Learn More: About this episode: Are you an entrepreneur looking to secure more funding to grow your business? It’s time to get more money so you can grow with tips from Business Credit Expert Ty Crandall of Credit Suite. Buy Ty’s books on Amazon (Perfect Credit and Business Credit Decoded) This episode is powered by Jumpstart:HR, LLC - [...]