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What is Success?

It's my belief that success isn't just about making money. Most people start a business for the freedom they expect it to give them. The cold hard reality is that most entrepreneurs end up working longer hours and for a lot less than a typical wage. If someone works harder than an average worker, then why doesn't every entrepreneur become massively successful?

Episodes

EP70: [Mario Bekes] Protecting Your Business In Uncertain Times

My very special guest today is Mario Bekes, who is the Managing Director of Insight Intelligence Group Mario Bekes, ex-military and diplomatic security-intelligence services specialist and now best-selling author. He experienced continuous 1800 combat days, from life in communism and fight for democracy, ambassador and activists for humanity. Mario’s goal is to show you how to conduct a successful investigation in the workplace. Read more

EP69: [Daniel Tolson] How to eliminate the risk of a bad hire by 97%

Welcome to the Evolvepreneur Podcast Show, where we talk to experienced entrepreneurs to get some great ideas about how you can grow your business. My very special guest today is Daniel Tolson. Daniel Tolson is a successful business coach and is regarded as Asia’s #1 business coach specializing in Emotional Intelligence and a former Australian Champion Athlete. He co-leads a team of more than 17,000 Cabin Crew and currently serves as a consultant to more than 17,500 business people globally. With more than 6,500 case studies into the science of Emotional Intelligence, he is considered as one of the worlds' leading business coaches specializing in emotional intelligence. He shows people how to become successful by providing scientific and evidence-based methods on how to catapult your influence, accelerate your impact and unleash new income levels. Read more

EP68: [Robbie Samuels] Small List, Big Results

Robbie Samuels is an author, speaker, and business growth strategy coach recognized as a networking expert by Harvard Business Review, Forbes, Lifehacker, and Inc. He is also a virtual event design consultant and executive Zoom producer recognized as an industry expert in the field of digital event design by JDC Events. Robbie is the author of "Croissants vs. Bagels: Strategic, Effective, and Inclusive Networking at Conferences" and "Small List, Big Results: Launch a Successful Offer No Matter the Size of Your Email List." He is a Harvard Business Review contributor. His clients include thought leaders, entrepreneurial women, associations, national, and statewide advocacy organizations, women’s leadership summits, including Feeding America, California WIC Association, and AmeriCorps. Robbie is the host of the On the Schmooze podcast and #NoMoreBadZoom Virtual Happy Hours. Read more

EP67: [Helen Wilkie] Safeguard Your Business Legacy

The importance of telling your own story in order to safeguard your business legacy. The best way to do that is through your book. Helen has had a long, eclectic career that spanned the worlds of big business, small business, professional practices and non-profits. She has started several businesses of her own — some that did rather well and others best forgotten. The most professionally and personally fulfilling time of her life began in the early nineties when she accidentally found the world of professional speaking, where she specialized in communication at work. Read more

EP66 [ Scott Capelin]. inShape inLove inSpired!

A qualified personal trainer and life coach with a Bachelor of Commerce, Scott Capelin comes to you having owned nine successful businesses over a 16-year period, with extensive business mentoring experience and over 20 years working with clients in the fitness industry and wellness arena. By his own admission, however, Scott has also had his fair share of disappointment – losing one business, his livelihood and his family home while his wife was pregnant with their third child. Never one to give up, he worked to gain it all back, and more, within two years. Seeing his role as helping others achieve a healthy, happy lifestyle through balancing family, fitness and finances, Scott Capelin is passionate about providing advice and encouragement as someone who has 'been there and done that!' Read more

EP65: [Nick Jonsson] Exposing Executive Loneliness

Nick is the Co-Founder and MD of one of Asia's premier networking organizations called "Executives' Global Network". He built a caring community that provides hundreds of executives a safe haven to share their challenges, and receive support and learn from each other. Nick is also a #1 Best Selling Author of "Executive Loneliness". Executive loneliness is an incredibly serious condition and, in some cases, fatal, as Nick explains in this book. Read more

EP64: [Taylor Morgan] Lifestyle Optimization For Entrepreneurs

Taylor is a Marine Corps veteran, holistic lifestyle specialist, podcast host, and founder of The Captain's Lifestyle. He helps social entrepreneurs maximize their health, happiness, and productivity so they can grow their impact, optimize their work-life balance, and fulfil their entrepreneurial vision. Lifestyle optimization for entrepreneurs. Requirements of peak performance. The future of business. Read more

EP63: [Bryan Clayton] Marketing and Bootstrapping Businesses From Zero Revenue to Profitability and Exit

Bryan Clayton is CEO and co-founder of GreenPal an online marketplace that connects homeowners with local lawn care professionals. GreenPal has been called the “Uber for lawn care” by Entrepreneur magazine and has over 200,000 active users completing thousands of transactions per day. Before starting GreenPal Bryan Clayton founded Peachtree Inc. one of the largest landscaping companies in the state of Tennessee growing it to over $10 million a year in annual revenue before it was acquired by Lusa holdings in 2013. Bryan‘s interest and expertise are related to entrepreneurialism, small business growth, marketing and bootstrapping businesses from zero revenue to profitability and exit. Read more

EP62: [Jan Cavelle] Why Business Growth Doesn't Automatically Make You Rich

Jan is an entrepreneur from the UK who has a few decades of running micro and small businesses behind her. She is very familiar with all the challenges that go with that, having started one from the kitchen table when her children were small and she was a single mother, to go on to build that into a multi-million turnover business. Jan has put her entrepreneurial experiences together with her passion for writing together a book aimed at helping entrepreneurs to grow their businesses during the big leap of 1-10m. The book is called Scale for Success and it now out in the UK from Bloomsbury in hardback and kindle, with early July publication in the US and Australia hardback versions Read more

EP61: [Joe DiChiara] From Concept to Cash - In 90 Days or Less

Joe DiChiara is an entrepreneur with a CPA license. He has worked with thousands of business owners over a 35 year career providing simple bookkeeping through complex IRS tax audits.It troubled him that most new businesses fail and was determined to find out why. In 2010, after reading “The Science of Getting Rich” by Wallace Wattles and “Law of Success” by Napoleon Hill he got his answer. Success starts with Mindset, a subject they don’t teach in CPA school. He learned that this was the true culprit on top of an overly complex system making it nearly impossible to succeed in business. Joe’s primary purpose is to teach the fundamental principles of success combined with the practical knowledge acquired as a CPA. By providing business coaching combined with affordable accounting and tax services he is helping stem the tide of new business failures. Read more
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