Guest #1 – Entrepreneur, Author and Mother of 5, Maggie Stevens. Motherhood became the ultimate rewarding experience for Maggie. Raising five children was a challenge. Maggie admits to making many mistakes and was always determined to create a strong element of love in the home. She spent many hours in study and observation, educating herself with current parenting skills. Maggie realized that raising happy, successful children required hard work and dedication. Today she shares in her book, “Parent Fix”, how to have a balanced home and daily while still working a full time career. She candidly shares how she struggled to balance, family and business.
Guest #2 – Entrepreneur, 6 Time World Champion, 8 TIme NCAA Champion, 10 Time NCAA All American, USC Trojan Hall of Fame, Husband and Father of two, Jerome “The Jet” Davis. He opens up on how to Combine Entrepreneur Business Success with a Champions Mindset. He candidly discusses how his struggles in becoming a world champion has paid dividends in becoming a successful entrepreneur. He shares what has worked for him is able to work for our listening audience.
Today’s Show: Guest #1 – Author and Entrepreneur Bill Merical shares his story and the struggles of writing his book and how he persevered to have a completed book, The Journey of Fallen Rock is a children’s story about family, the adventure of traveling coast to coast across this great land and the lesson that we all can enjoy our natural resources while we still protect and preserve them. Our goal is to provide an item that schools and non-profit groups have to help them raise money with, so they don’t have to sell the same old traditional fund raising items. Now they can raise money with a children’s book while promoting reading, learning and responsibility.
Guest #2 – Jerry Manuel, former Major League Baseball player, Manager, American League Manager of the Year (2000 Chicago White Sox) and World Series Champion (1997 Florida Marlins) joins us today. Nicknamed “The Sage” for his wisdom, discerning, insightful, and perceptive, character and personality. He previously managed the Chicago White Sox from 1998 to 2003 and the New York Mets from the middle of 2008 to 2010 and played in the majors before coaching. He now works as an analyst for MLB Network.
What Jerry has also started the Jerry Manuel Foundation. The Jerry Manuel Foundation on JMF, has been in the “process of becoming” over Jerry’s entire baseball career. The foundation has experienced many stages of success and creates great joy in the culmination of all Jerry has put his hands on thus far. Playing, coaching and managing at both the major and minor league levels, along with several monumental accomplishments has etched the desire to teach.
Jerry’s desire to see young people grow, gave way to creating an elementary “Charter School”. Jerry’s mission is to educate African American young men in the classroom through the “Charter School” experience, as well as to teach the fundamentals of the game of baseball. This winning combination Of “Clinical and Classroom” is used to direct well rounded men back into America’s favorite pass time at all levels.
Today Neil Haley and GJ Reynolds discuss with Jerry Manuel what is required to coach and manage at a high level. Also Jerry discusses how it has been exciting to have an idea, implement the idea with action and create a significant cause into reality. He also discusses some of the struggles and how he has overcome them with the JMF and also how we are able to assist him in his cause. TO learn more, you are able to go to the JMF website: http://www.jerrymanuelfoundation.com
Hosts Neil Haley and GJ Reynolds further discuss the personal challenges each one has faced being a work from home entrepreneur. Neil authentically shares his struggles as a fairly new entrepreneur and GJ shares some of his struggles of an experienced entrepreneur. After last week’s show, the two provided ideas and strategies that Neil could easily implement and how this has faired for himself thus far. GJ shares some of the areas he is focused upon, in becoming even more laser focus.
The show also had as a guest, successful Entrepreneur Brannon East. A 2 Star Ambassador of the #1 Health Challenge, Body By Vi coach, mentor and marketer, seethe challenge.com.
Today Entrepreneur, Tutor and Radio Host Neil Haley opens up about some of the challenges of being an entrepreneur. He opens up about his initial start to the ongoing struggles he has personally faced being an entrepreneur. He poses questions to entrepreneur GJ Reynolds to find solutions for himself and for those whom are contemplating starting out as an entrepreneur or is currently one. Anyone listening to this show will find something useful to apply to their very own business.
Guest 1 – Entrepreneur Dave Snuggs discusses how to provide charitable actions and working for the “Greater Good.” Dave discusses how we are able to provide help to those in need. Through the generosity of our neighbors, www.myneighborinneed.org will continue to promote my original theory that each of us is willing to help, we just need to know that you have a need!
Guest 2 Retired Entrepreneur and Host of The George Espenlaub Radio Show discusses how he quit his job to start living life and assisting others. George also discusses his nightly radio show which has a variety of guests from all walks of life along with great music, laughter, and God only knows what else. Mon-Fri. @ 6:30 p.m. EDT live from the Funny Farm.
Part 1 – Neil and GJ discuss the topic of Re-Invention. How to reinvent yourself and/or your business.
Part 2 – Entrepreneur Bill Corbett, Founder of Cooperative Kids discuses Cooperative Kids is a growing international organization that provides live training and learning materials to help parents and professionals better understand childrens’ behavior and the opportunity to rebuild their “discipline toolbox” for raising cooperative kids. Created by parent educator and author Bill Corbett, it includes a growing network of trainers who have completed the 25-hour certification training for instructors to teach the 9-hour “Love, Limits, & Lessons®” discipline course for parents and professionals. They in turn take this training back to their organization or community to assist parents in creating more peace and cooperation at home. Bill conducts instructor trainings internationally and takes the new instructors step-by-step through an in depth understanding of the concepts of the course, how to teach it, and how to begin setting up classes and workshops. http://billcorbett.vpweb.com
Part 3 – R. Travis Shortt, Co-founder of Aspyr Communications www.aspyrcommunications.com, host of The Shortt Circuit paranormal radio show,and documentary film-maker discusses personal branding and marketing.
Part 1: Chris Brady, father, community builder, NY Times best-selling author, speaker, humorist, historian, motorized adventurer, sports fan. Also have experience walking through paned-glass window, jack-hammering foot, and sinking snowmobile in lake.
Today we discuss how he became an entrepreneur and best selling author. Chris also discusses his book,
A Month Of Italy…
What can possibly be said about Italy that hasn’t been already? Primarily, that you can enjoy it too! Refreshingly relate-able in a genre previously populated by wealthy expats and Hollywood stars, this book chronicles an ordinary family taking an extraordinary trip, and most importantly, paves the way for you to take one of your own! With hilarious wit and fast-paced narrative, Brady thrills with honest commentary on what a “trip of a lifetime” actually feels like, and most endearingly, he succeeds in convincing you that not only should you take a similar one, but that you will! Within a few pages you’ll be visualizing panoramic Tuscan vistas and breaking open the piggy bank, laughing as you turn the pages and dreaming of your own escape. This story is one of going slow in order to go fast; it’s about rediscovering and bringing back into favor a lost art, namely, the art of vacation, and it is, or rather should be, a story about you.
Part 2 – Neil Haley and GJ Reynolds discuss GJ’s recent entrepreneurial adventures and Visalus’ Vitality.
Part 1: Entrepreneur and Author talks about how he transitioned out of the television industry and became a successful entrepreneurial distribution expert. He also discusses his new best selling book “The Fourth Fisherman”. As famous Standup Comedian and TV Personality says, “Thank you Joe for being so honest and real. I loved it!” http://www.thefourthfisherman.com/
Part 2: Entrepreneur and Radio Show Host Jodi Goldberg shares how a stay at home mom started a successful non-profit organization http://www.bloomingwithautism.com.
Segment One: Author Steven Selegut discusses how to be a successful entrepreneur and investor. The Brainwashing of the American Investor is a hands-on, practical investing manual that challenges the prevailing wisdom to put your trust blindly in Wall Street. Author Steven Selegut explains how The Street s investment trend of-the-moment may actually be more for the investment house s benefit than your own. There is no one-size-fits-all winning formula to make money on Wall Street. Selengut has spent more than thirty years in the investment world developing his tried-and-true working capital model that you can modify for your own financial circumstances. Selengut tells you why you need to think outside the Wall Street box to develop your personal asset allocation plan. Contrary to popular belief, investing is not a competitive event; it is an individual and goal-directed activity.
Segment Two: Hosts Neil Haley and GJ Reynolds discuss how to write a book, be published and how to market it.
Guest – Adam Furgatch is a fresh, creative voice in national and global financial, political, and social commentary. His unique insights spark folks to think more deeply and to consider a wider range of solutions for sometimes daunting problems. He is also a former MF Global client.
Guest – Mark Sullivan who recently appeared on the television show “Shark Tank”, is an inventor who creates and designs products for clients throughout the United States. To date, many of Mark’s ideas have been turned into viable products and hundreds more of his inventions remain “on the drawing board” awaiting funding. Many of these inventions have dramatically boosted the overall success and profitability of companies in varied industries.
Neil and GJ discuss how to generate leads for your entrepreneurial business.