Check out episode 459 of “Cool Things Entrepreneurs Do” for an chat about the importance of entrepreneurship with lifetime entrepreneur Jim Hunter. In this episode Jim shares his journey from a corporate job to buying existing businesses, and starting others. He is a true example of a serial entrepreneur who is focused on economic growth. Over time he has been involved with companies covering a variety of goods and services.
As an entrepreneur your long term success is tied to your top performers and your whole team meeting long term and short term goals. Sales goals are great, but they are just potential. Sales activities and sales quotas are important, but without the right actions they are just hopes and dreams. Hoping and dreaming is not a sales process.
Austin City Limits general manager, Tom Gimbel, joins “Cool Things Entrepreneurs Do” host, Thom Singer, for a conversation about the music industry, entrepreneurship, and philanthropy. Check out episode 457.
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This episode is co-produced in partnership with the ATC, the largest tech industry organization in Central Texas that empowers members by using insights, resources, and connections their members need to succeed and thrive. Listen to Charlie Burgoyne, founder and CEO of Valkyrie Intelligence.
Jonathan Mendonsa is the co-founder of the ChooseFI podcast. ChooseFI started in early 2017 out of Jonathan’s living room with co-founder Brad Barrett; since then ChooseFI has been downloaded millions of times in over 190 countries and spawned hundreds of ChooseFI local groups with ‘in real life’ meetups in 20+ countries across the globe.
Brock Blake believes so deeply in the American Dream that he made it his life’s mission to help small businesses across the country fuel their own aspirations. As Founder and CEO of Lendio, the largest online marketplace of small business loans in America, he has helped thousands of business owners access more than $1 billion in funding.
Thom Singer showed up at a comedy open mic night in March 2018 (at age 51). Nervous as hell, he had no idea what he was getting himself into. A friend, who is a comic, pushed him to give stand up a try. He had no idea that this would have such a big impact on his business and his life. In this episode Thom gives an stand-up comedy update. His journey is still in the early stages, but the learning is real.
On episode 451 of Cool Things Entrepreneurs Do, Thom Singer sits down with Limitless author Laura Gassner Otting. Thom met Laura at SXSW last month and immediately knew she had to be on the podcast. She not only has amazing content to share, but is a really cool person.
Are you asking yourself the right questions on a daily basis? Thom Singer shares his list of “Curious Questions” on episode 450 of Cool Things Entrepreneurs Do.