Yigal Adato started early with entrepreneurship, and leadership at an early age. His family were all business owners, and for Yigal he got his start at age 13 when he joined a youth leadership movement, and at 17 when he became a counselor, then at age 20 he became on of the main leadership directors. Yigal caught the leadership and entrepreneur bug early on, and has stuck with him ever since.
Pamela Gold is a spiritual strength coach, and author of Find More Strength: 5 Pillars to Unlock Unlimited Power and Happiness. Coming out of school, she had two different jobs, with one of them being a mom. Out of that personal pursuit of trying to get healthy, that led her to her entrance into writing her book.
Yifat Cohen was an influencer on Google+, until the day that it no longer was relevant. This was a big lesson for Yifat to learn, that no one platform consist of all of your followers. You might be relevant on a platform today, but when it's gone tomorrow, would you still be relevant? Yifat talks about her experience with becoming an influencer on Google+ and how that got started.
Kavit Haria in 2005 sold music career education online, and his company now uses sales marketing funnels to generating over a million dollars in sales, and Kavit has written a book called "Don't Sleep On It." On this episode, we will hear more from Kavit on his background, and how he got his start up in entrepreneurship.
Martha Germann is the CEO of Mindful Games Institute, author of Thriving Beyond Survival, and TedX speaker. In this episode we hear how Martha got her start in the training world, and gives some background on her book "Thriving Beyond Survival".
David Baker has a very interesting story with his very diverse background. On today's episode, David gives us some background on growing up in Africa, and how he got on his journey in entrepreneurship.
When people around you keep telling you that you're not good enough, that you cannot accomplish the big goals you're after, that you just cannot do these amazing things that you're working toward; let that be fuel for what pushes you forward.
It's not about "customer relationship management", it's about nurturing the relationship. Friends first, that's how Brent looks at taking care of his employees and customers.
Derek talks with successful entrepreneur Brent Medders. Brent worked his way up from a pizza delivery driver to becoming one of the top award-winning franchise owners in the nation. entrepreneur Brent shares his entrepreneurial journey, gives lessons in balance and leadership, and shares how they eliminated the word "customer" from their vocabulary and to start treating as "Friends First".
Yifat Cohen served in the military, and learned a great lesson "there is no such thing as NO". You have to find a way. Yifat took this lesson with her into university, and into the world of entrepreneurship.