Episode | September 25th, 2022 | 1 hr 7 mins
apparel, clothing business, entrepreneur, fashion, how to scale a business, how to start a clothing business, music fashion, musical artist clothing, musical artist fashion
Karl Hibbert (@kswaggin) is the Founder and CEO of Fortunate Lifestyle, a clothing brand established to express individuality, creativeness, and unique designs. As a follow up to episodes 77 and 166, Karl explains how he has redefined his approach to building relationships, promoting his brand, and sparking creativity in his designs.
Episode 176: International Best Selling Author, Serial Entrepreneur, Former Marine, and Co-Host of the "Warrior's Voice" Podcast
Episode | January 20th, 2022 | 52 mins 13 secs
entrepreneur, how to start a business, marine, off the dome radio podcast, veteran owned businesses, warrior's voice podcast
Zachary Green is an International Best Selling Author, Serial Entrepreneur, Former Marine, and Co-Host of the "Warrior's Voice" podcast. In this interview, Zachary talks about the process of building a $30 million company called LumAware Safety, the critical business lessons he learned along the way, and how to navigate through uncertainty.
To learn more about Zachary, you can visit his website
Episode | December 31st, 2021 | 1 hr 4 mins
cryptocurrency, entrepreneur, how to invest, how to start a business, investing advice, investing tips, locke advisory services, tax planning, us dollar, wealth management
Art Locke (@financegolfer) is an investor, CPA, and Founder of Locke Advisory Services, a firm dedicated to wealth management, financial planning, and tax strategy. Previously, Art served in an executive capacity for 5 publicly-traded companies, including Chief Financial Officer of 3. In 2006, Art was a top-five finalist for the 2006 Greater Washington Technology Council Public Company CFO of the Year. He also served in an advisory capacity to several private companies and their owners. He started his career working for 2 of the world's largest CPA firms. Art received a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from American University with a double major in accounting and computer systems.
In this interview, Art describes the process of leaving corporate life to start his own business. He also provides meaningful financial advice for professionals of all ages. To learn more about Art, you can visit his website at lockeadvisoryservices.com
Episode | October 27th, 2021 | 51 mins 46 secs
apparel, business, clothing company, entrepreneur, entrepreneurship, interview, lifestyle, podcasting
Karl (@kswaggin) is the Founder and CEO of Fortunate Lifestyle, a clothing brand established to express individuality, creativeness, and unique designs. As a follow up to his first interview with us on Episode 77, Karl provides updates on his business, improvements he has made in life and business, and how he is differentiating his brand.
3:30-11:00: Karl provides updates on his business, how he spent his time during the COVID shutdown, and what the meaning of his brand is.
11:00-18:30: Karl delivers advice to introverts who are thinking of starting a business, gaining confidence in building relationships, the importance of meditation, and quality over quantity on social media.
18:30-28:00: We ask Karl what tour life is like and what he needs to do to scale his business.
28:00-38:30: Karl talks about his ideal working environment and "focus zone," his approach to marketing his business, and how he experiments with different clothing designs.
38:30-47:30: Karl highlights the power of exclusivity, how you can strengthen your relationship with reality, and how he approaches creative roadblocks.
51:00: Lastly, Karl gives his take on how the word "militant" impacts his craft and how he wants to be remembered when it is all said and done.
Episode | September 29th, 2021 | 1 hr 12 mins
1075thefan, bk, brendan king, broadcasting, entrepreneur, entrepreneurship, indianapolis indians, off the dome radio, podcast host, professional broadcasting, radio host, south bend cubs, sports broadcaster, sports broadcasting
0:00 - 10:15 —> BK gives background on how he got into broadcasting and the steps he’s taken to where he is now, how he writes, and his ways of gaining access to coaches for his own podcast.
10:20 - 16:10—> BK talks about the most crazies “no” he’s had to work around which turned into his favorite interview to date, and reviews his interview with Dave Portnoy from Barstool Sports.
16:20 - 27:00 —> Tim asks BK to give into how he started “The Brendan King Show” and the vision behind it, every sport especially golf needs a villain, Friday Beers partnership.
27:00 - 34:00 —> BK talks us through the importance of writing and soundbites with his show and how he structures it. BK shares what the last year has taught him, the skillsets needed to be successful, the importance of mentors and some of the best advice he’s received.
41:40 - 52:00 —> We hear some of the challenges BK has faced and how baseball has made certain changes throughout the minor leagues, as well as who is one of the biggest winners in the front office of the sport. He also talks about what more he’s going to do to separate himself from other sports broadcasters.
52:00 - 1:06:00 —> BK takes us through different social media platforms that he’s using to build his audience, Sean Avery takes the Olson twins to Bonaroo, the power of Tik Tok, and the keys to doing well on TV broadcasts. We ask BK how he wants to be remembered.
Episode | August 12th, 2021 | 58 mins 24 secs
accomplish more, bribery, coaching, deportation, entrepreneur, entrepreneurship, executive coaching, focus, high level coaching, increase productivity, productive, travel
Episode | March 18th, 2021 | 1 hr 19 mins
business owner, dermatologist, dermatologists chambersburg pa, dermatologists in pa, entrepreneur, how to start a practice, pa dermatologists, sara blakely
Rachel Day (@lovemyoneskin) is a board-certified Dermatologist and Founder & CEO of OneSkin Dermatology, a skin, health, and wellness practice based in Chambersburg, PA. In this episode, Rachel uncovers the process of leaving a stable job to start her own practice, why her business is redefining patient interaction and solving systematic healthcare health care issues, and the key life lessons she has learned along the way.
You can learn more about Rachel and her business at oneskindermatology.com
Episode | February 2nd, 2021 | 1 hr 29 mins
aliens, artist, business, community, entrepreneur, music, musician, network, networking, people, rap, rapper, songwriter, ufo, world tour
CashOutJony (@CashOutJony) is a musical artist from Indianapolis who belongs to the Camp Ca$h Record Label. In this interview, CashOutJony discusses the important lessons he has learned while navigating through the music industry, how he has grown his brand, and making the most out of your time on earth.
You can listen to CashOutJony's music on YouTube and Spotify
4:00-15:00: CashOutJony talks about his background, what motivated him to pursue music, and how he first expanded his personal brand.
15:00-27:00: CashOutJony explains what differentiates a skilled musical artist from an average artist, how he evolved his music over time, and how he applies continuous improvement to his craft.
27:00-33:30: CashOutJony discusses networking in the music industry, the importance of keeping quality people around you, and what makes his brand different.
33:30-56:00: We dive into the concept of escaping the "9 to 5" to create your own world, harnessing energy in the right ways, and how you can invest in yourself to overcome the system.
56:00-1:03:00: We talk about the importance of this time period, utilizing technology for benefitting the world, and our thoughts on aliens.
1:03:00-1:16:30: CashOutJony highlights his overall goals with music, life after his career, and his dream collaborations.
1:16:30-1:27:00: We end the show by asking CashOutJony about his lyrics and vocals processes, biggest obstacles to overcome in the music industry, and how he wants to be remembered.
Episode | January 7th, 2021 | 1 hr 26 mins
acupuncture, business owner, chiropractic, dry needling, entrepreneur, entrepreneurship, health, health and wellness, massage therapy, physical therapy
Doug Bertram is the Founder & CEO of Structural Elements (@structuralelements), an orthopedic wellness clinic that delivers meaningful care through a proprietary treatment and contemporary business model approach. Before founding the company in 2006, Doug worked as a massage therapist focused on treating athletic injuries.
4:15-15:15: Doug provides his background, what motivated him to go to massage school, and the difference between dry needling and acupuncture.
15:15-28:15: Doug discusses how Structural Elements was formed, why preventative maintenance drives his business, and why he operates a cash practice.
28:15-47:15: Doug talks about the biggest obstacles he has faced while running his business, what makes his clinic different, and how he maximizes his time as a CEO of a franchise company.
47:15-59:00: Doug discusses his creative marketing strategy, how he partners with influencers, and how he leverages technology to improve his company's market positioning.
59:00-1:21:45: Doug recaps the most important thing he has learned through COVID for his business, how he approaches continued education, and how his company approaches nutrition.
1:21:45: Doug shares his final thoughts and how he wants to be remembered.
Episode | September 3rd, 2020 | 50 mins 28 secs
accountability, crossfit, entrepreneur, gym, gym owner, health and fitness, healthy lifestyle, wellness