Anyway, about your religion... We talk about the whole life of an entrepreneur and how it all fits together.
We touch on so many topics in this episode, it's hard to list them all. We talk about what it is to know yourself well enough to get comfortable being bold and proud of our beliefs. How to be a leader, businessperson, parent, spiritual person, and fit it all together in a way that actually works. We talk about how to pass these these lessons on to or family and we talk extensively about what it is to focus our energy on what is most important and how we learn to say 'no'. And most interestingly, we talk about how something as simple as a $2 bill can change how you interact with everyone you meet.
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Engineering / Post-Production: Leo Medley
Art / Design: Immanuel Ahiable
Harry Brelsford has had 20 years of SMB technology experience with numerous technological certifications to his credit. His passion for his craft has led him to becoming an in-demand speaker at industry events, publishing hundreds of articles about business and technology.
Ted Bradshaw is an advocate for living the best life. His career spanning over 20 years is a testament to this—from his days being an executive with giants like Xerox and IBM, to acquiring an unprofitable company that he eventually turned into a healthy business.
George Joseph is currently the CEO of both Common Bond and Positive Recovery. He has had over 300 employees and over 30 million in revenue. He is currently growing both Common Bond and Positive Recovery to multiple locations and service lines.
Ken Greene (aka the Engineer of Finance) is a financial advisor and founder of Greene Finance & Insurance. He founded his own company, Greene Finance & Insurance, and has developed an approach to finance with an emphasis on growing your wealth and protecting it with traditional financial principles