This CEO Chat, we interviewed Paul McNeal from The Sturgeon Group, a concierge IT Company for Solopreneurs and Microbusinesses. Paul spoke about his business, how he started his business, how older entrepreneurs and business owners can embrace and leverage technology and the future of technology (HINT: Blockchain Technology). Website: http://www.sturgeongroupllc.com/ Twitter: @TeslaGen3Read More »
Brad Chandler of Bradchandler.com and Express Home Buyers is a coach, real estate investor and whole...
Ileana Gonzalez, Ayurvedic Practitioner is the owner of Apurva Wellness. Apurva Wellness is based o...
Chat #44 – How this Social Media Influencer & Side Hustler has become a Global Blockchain and Cryptocurrency Expert
Ian Balina is an influential Blockchain and Cryptocurrency Investor, Advisor, and Evangelist. A form...
Bea Wray is the Chair, Entrepreneurship Practice of Forbes Books and she spoke about the changes in ...
Chat #42 – Nonprofit Founder Seeks to be the Light to Survivors of Domestic Violence & Sex Trafficking
Gayan Peart is the founder of the Elnora Foundation. Elnora Foundation, a 501C3 nonprofit, provides ...
Krysta Jones is the CEO and Founder of the Virginia Leadership Institute (VLI), a nonpartisan foundation dedicated to increasing the number of black elected and appointed officials throughout the nation. During the chat we spoke about Krysta’s experience with the Peace Corps, what leadership meant to her and why it is so important to be involved in politics. Virginia Leadership ...Read More »
This CEO Chat was with Cynthia Dixon from Cynassist, LLC–a virtual assistant company based out of the Northern Virginia area. Cynthia spoke about her background and what led her to start her business, being self aware, understanding strengths and weaknesses and how delegation can unleash your power. Cynthia Dixon: www.cynassists.com/Read More »
This CEO Chat we spoke with Gaea Honeycutt from G.L. Honeycutt Consulting & Hypatian Institute. She spoke with us about the definition of leadership, her community involvement and provided some advice for entrepreneurs and business owners. G.L. Honeycutt Consulting: http://www.honeycuttconsulting.us/ Hypatian Institute: http://www.hypatianinstitute.com/ Born Leader Podcast: http://www.hypatianinstitute.com/born-leader/Read More »
Karen Alston is the founder of the Alston Marketing Group. During this CEO Chat we talked about how she got started with her business, the influence of AOL and being a 3rd generation had on her. We also delved into what entrepreneurship is and whether it is something that could be learned and how she broke into government contracting and ...Read More »
This CEO Chat interview was with Janice Omadeke from the Mentor Method. She talked with us about how important mentoring is, her startup company and how her background and experience without a solid mentor. The Mentor Method: www.thementormethod.com/Read More »
Julian B. Kiganda is the Founder, Bold & Fearless. She is a Transformational Life & Brand Strategist. She co-authored and published her first book with her sister, Christine St. Vil, entitled Whose Shoes Are You Wearing? 12 Steps to Uncovering the Woman You Really Want to Be. During the interview, we discussed her background and experience, the importance of branding and ...Read More »
Ednaline Concepcion, founder of the Linmarie Concepcion Memorial Charity, spoke about the charity, its beginning, some of its initiatives and advice for running the nonprofit organization like a business. Race for Linmarie is a 5k race fundraiser, part of the nonprofit Linmarie Concepcion Memorial Charity. This charity golf tournament is raising funds for Linmarie Concepcion Research Fund at University of ...Read More »
Today we have an awesome guest–Reginald Jackson, Sr. of Joyful Satisfaction Coaching, who is an business coach based out of the Washington DC area. We are going to spend some time with Reggie to learn more about him and his business, what coaching is and how it can help your business. Reggie’s Website: www.jscoaching.net/ Contact Reggie: firstname.lastname@example.org| Tel: (703) 587-6276Read More »