Thu, 26 November 2015
This is a dedication to Jordan Guernsey may he rest in peace.
I released this interview again today because Jordan embodied gratitude and appreciation even when times were tough. It is only fitting to release on Thanksgiving.
The following description was from the original post with Jordan:
He was nominated twice for Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the year & was the youngest person on Utah Business list of 40 under 40 .
Listen to this interview to hear how Jordan handled In April 2012 when he was diagnosed with stage 3 Melanoma and how he looks at Cancer as the best thing that has ever happened to him.
Hear Jordan’s journey and the hard decision he had to make in his life and business after getting sick.
Molding Box was founded in November of 2005, as a simplified outsourcing solution. Providing its customers with flexible printing solutions, scalable shipping and handling services, as well as, disc media production.
It all started when Jordan Guernsey decided to branch out from a previous employer. He moved back into his parent’s house and set up shop in their basement, armed with only a credit card and a blessing. Once Molding Box started racking up clients, the company faced a new problem- financing a growing business. Trusting his idea would take off, Jordan put everything he had, a Visa with a $12,000 limit and $500 in cash into his company. His gamble paid off, within the first year Molding Box had eight employees all working in his parent’s basement. Molding Box started to take on a life of its own.
Direct download: jordanguernsey-moldingbox-inspiredinsiderthanksgiving2015.mp3
Category:Inspiration & Overcome Challenges -- posted at: 2:04pm CST
Tue, 24 November 2015
Ajay Prasad is founder of GMR Transcription. They have over 9000 clients including the FBI, ATT, and Mcdonald’s. They provide transcription and translation services and run their 7 figure business with 3 employees and over 250 independent contractors.
Thu, 19 November 2015
$15 million in Real Estate to Retreats with Entrepreneurs and Their Kids with Jim Sheils Founder of BoardMeetings.com
Jim Sheils is CoFounder of Board Meetings International, a company that specializes in retreats for entrepreneurs and their children to deepen the parent and child relationship through experiences.
Tue, 17 November 2015
[One Question] E-commerce Marine Style with Jason Boyce Founder of Dazadi - [Skubana Ecommerce Mastery Series]
Jason Boyce is coFounder of Dazadi.com. They sell home recreational products including basketball hoops, game tables, fitness equipment, and much more. He has over 13 years of e-commerce experience and started Dazadi.com in 2002 with his 3 brothers. They have over 10,000 products on their site with 100K skus in queue.
After completing his Finance degree at Cal State Northridge, Jason Boyce gained valuable management experience as a commissioned officer in the United States Marine Corps. After leaving the Marine Corps, Jason worked as a sales person at Johnson & Johnson. In 2002, Jason co-founded Dazadi.com and has been its CEO since 2004.
Founded by four brothers - Ari, Jason, Elan and Josh - in May of 2002, Dazadi.com began as a modest basketball hoop internet retailer. Born around the family dinner table and initially headquartered in Ari's small downtown L. A. apartment, Dazadi.com now offers over 5,000 products, an extremely high level of customer service, and some of the finest home recreational goods brands in the world.
As natives of Los Angeles, the boys loved playing outdoors almost year-round and shared some of their most memorable bonding experiences on the court. Quality family time often meant an afternoon shooting hoops or taking in a game together. So when Ari first conceived of selling hoops online, he envisioned a company that would reflect his passion for basketball. Jason, then completing his last months as a Marine, found himself immediately thrilled by the idea and was the first of the four to join Ari in his pursuit. They enlisted the help of talented youngest brother Josh. Josh, then only a junior in high school, designed and built the very first website, SuperDuperHoops.com. Shortly after the launch of SuperDuperHoops.com, Elan left his position at Nike to join the family business and expanded the company's focus to include a Game Table category. With a widening selection, and the combined passion and expertise of its four founders, Dazadi.com took shape. The unique name (pronounced DAZZ-uh-dee) is a combination of the word "audacity" (meaning bold or daring) and "tzadik" (the Hebrew word for a righteous person).
The Dazadi story continues to be about family. The company is still helmed by Jason, Elan and Josh. These days, Dazadi offers much more than just basketball hoops and game tables. We offer an incredible selection of expertly curated products from bicycles to swimming pools; from treadmills to jukeboxes. We've got you covered from the front yard to the back. As the official Home of Awesome, our goal is to make your yard, game room or family dinner table the place where great memories are shared.
Thu, 12 November 2015
Building a Pawnshop Empire & Selling to Fortune 500 Company with Aaron Walker Founder of ViewFromtheTop.com
Aaron Walker is Founder of ViewFromtheTop. He coaches business leaders with his over 35 years of entrepreneurship experience and 8 successful businesses. His journey began with pawn shops he started at age 18 that he sold to the Fortune 500 company Cash America USA at 27 for 7 figures. He also started a multimillion dollar construction company and many more.
Tue, 10 November 2015
Dmitry Dragilev is founder of JustReachOut.io and Criminallyprolific. Some of his feats include: helping a startup from 0 to 40million pageviews (acquired by Google), helping a company from 0 to 5 million users (acquired by AVG), and he got 60 leads in 24 hours with just a landing page and a linkedin group.
Fri, 6 November 2015
Dmitry Dragilev is founder of JustReachOut.io and Criminallyprolific. He helps startups find and pitch journalists. Some of his feats include: helping a startup from 0 to 40million pageviews (acquired by Google), helping a company from 0 to 5 million users (acquired by AVG), and he got 60 leads in 24 hours with just a landing page and a linkedin group.
Tue, 3 November 2015
[One Question] 3 Life Changing Questions with Dan Kuschell Founder of GrowthtoFreedom & CEO of Genius Network
Dan Kuschell is the CEO for Joe Polish's Genius Network & Genius Network. He's the founder of Growth to Freedom™, ProsperityBasedLiving.com, & creator of Millionaire's Mindset. One of his many companies had over 175 employees and $15 million+ a year in sales. He is the bestselling author of A Champion in the Making: Awaken the Champion Within Your Life, Business, and Relationships.
Prior to working with Genius Network® and Joe Polish, Dan appeared on multiple media outlets including Wall Street Journal online, Entrepreneur, many radio and TV programs, and more.
Dan's books, videos, radio shows, newsletters, products, consulting, and appearances have impacted over 500,000 people worldwide.
In 2007, 2 weeks after his son was born, Dan woke up with sharp pains in his chest. He drove to the hospital, and ended up on an operating table with a 1 in 500 chance of dying during the procedure.
Dan calls this the 'false alarm' that transformed his life and since that time he has dedicated his time and energy working on worthwhile, fun projects, living on his terms - as he spends his time with industry leaders, entrepreneurs, parents, and organizations that are making a positive impact.
Dan Kuschell Helps Entrepreneurs Build, Grow and Multiply their Sales and Profits! Dan Kuschell is the Founder of ProsperityBasedLiving.com, Creator of Millionaire's Mindset, bestselling author of A Champion in the Making: Awaken the Champion Within Your Life, Business, and Relationships, and more...
Through his work, he has become well known for his turnaround business growth strategies for entrepreneurs, speakers, coaches, and authors. Dan brings simplicity to today's complexities to help you avoid the pain of the day to day operations. He's often referred to "The Easy Button" for entrepreneurs desiring to gain more clarity, confidence, and capabilities.