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Jonathan Tripp left a career job and moved his family to his hometown of Lynchburg, VA, to start as an entrepreneur in social media and live video. Since then, Jonathan’s business has prospered and he has evolved into a live video professional
I was introduced to Coach Jennie by Ross Brand at Summit Live 2017, and upon introduction I knew very quickly that Coach Jennie is a passionate entrepreneur and who knows exactly what she is talking about. Coach Jennie has been helping people i
Marc Gawith has spent over a decade in the business of domain names.  Marc is currently the Business Development Manager at Rightside, a Top Level Domain registration service that specializes in stylistic domain extensions, and Marc and I conne
Lindsey Margolis started on Snapchat when the app first came out, and while she didn’t know at the time how instrumental Snapchat would be in propelling her forward as a storyteller and entrepreneur, it didn’t take long for her to get noticed a
After following Chris Kubbernus (‘Kubby’) on Instagram for over a year, I had the pleasure of meeting him at Summit Live 2017 in Los Angeles.  During the summit, I had a chance to talk to Chris on several occasions about his entrepreneurship an
Financial educator and storyteller Greg Gates, Jr. joins me in Episode 34 to discuss his Snapchat experience using his background to help people figure out how to get their finances under control. Greg recognizes that the educational system fai
So this year I attended Ryan A. Bell’s live video and social media event, Summit Live 2017, in downtown Los Angeles at the Los Angeles Biltmore Hotel. On this episode of Divorce the Workforce, which is my first ever solo podcast broadcast, I ta
Adam Purcell of #CaringCounts tells us about a culture he started while working as a manager of a tavern in Nova Scotia, Canada.  Adam noticed that when he made the staff of the tavern have a fantastic experience as employees, they would in tur
Clayton Carroll of ERP 101 joins me to talk about digital marketing and entrepreneurship, as well as social media and social media marketing. Clayton went from a successful career job to starting a company that will be building apps and/or soft
Southern California internet attorney Richard Chapo joins me on Episode 30 of the Divorce the Workforce podcast to discuss past, present, and future legal issues that are exist for the digital entrepreneur. Richard and I discuss a variety of le
Entrepreneur Jenn Nelson co-hosts a very popular live streaming show called Wine Antics Live, which takes a casual approach to enjoying and talking about wine. Jenn first got started in live video with Blab, and, as the live streaming world qui
I was introduced to social media professional Lorri Ratzlaff this week by Bree Palmer (@BreePalm just about everywhere), and I am glad I was.  Lorri is a Gen X/Baby Boomer entrepreneur who loves social media, and who has made it her mission to
As an entrepreneur, Kristen Leake went from getting her masters at San Jose State in communications and journalism to entering and completing a coding boot camp and becoming an entrepreneur. Instead of spending her days as a career-woman marchi
Brian Fanzo of iSocialFanz has made creating a digital footprint an art, but not in a fashion that you might think.  Brian’s art is somewhat two-fold, in that you must ‘think like a fan’ and ‘be yourself.’ About Brian This authentic and transpa
Wagner dos Santos has been engaged in entrepreneurial endeavors for over 30 years, since the age of 17.  During those years, among other things, he has started and managed his own record label, built and launched two popular online services tha
Leary Gates had a long career in the corporate world before starting his own entrepreneurial journey as a venture coach in 1995.  Hear about Leary’s transition out of the corporate world and how it affected his and his family’s life. Additional
Entrepreneur Rachel Moore is the CEO of Really Social, a social media coaching and consulting firm specializing in helping startups and reboots gain a foothold in the social media space. In addition, Rachel hosts the Business Unusual live show
Today on the Divorce the Workforce podcast I have Dr. Aikyna Finch. Dr. Finch is an educator and a motivator of all things entrepreneurial and social media. Dr. Finch has spent nearly a decade mastering the art of communication and collaboratio
Peter Nez, a.k.a. Professor Nez, is a professor and social media ninja, so to speak.  If you are on social media and you haven’t come across the Professor, then you really aren’t on social media. Today I talk to author, keynote speaker, social
Meet Chris Strub of #TeamStrub.  A couple of years ago, Chris left his comfortable, secure job in social media to set out and make the world place, one state at a time.  He embarked on a 50 state journey to highlight non-profit organizations an
Michael Williams of Thinkbox.io is making waves in the online entrepreneurial world with the mastery of building quality apps that address specific needs. With apps like StudioTime, YoBuddy, and YoRoomie, Michael and his brilliant 5-man team of
Denim CEO Greg Bailey spent many years in his career in the insurance agency prior to starting his new business in Des Moines, IA.  Denim serves to disrupt the insurance industry with it’s proprietary software, also called Denim, which is an in
As an entrepreneur, Brandi Jo Newman has found her way as a financial and retirement educator and planner, as well as a golf professional, both as a competitor and an educator and pro. Hear about how Brandi Jo has built her businesses and what
Ainsley Micallef has gone from rock bottom to an educational rock star as an expert in reinventing yourself and discovering and maximizing your full potential. Ainsley works to teach people who to set and go after “crazyass life goals,” which c
Bree Palmer is quickly becoming quite an expert in social media, as she has played both ends of social media for much of 2016, that being working social hard as a broadcaster, as well as consuming a lot of content and figuring out what works, a
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