I have never really been one to write in a journal…I hardly took notes at lectures at university. Check out why the journal I started using has improved my clarity and focus and started building some new productive habits. Honestly, check this out its power packed and is awesome!
Rossco Paddison is fixated on helping ambitious entrepreneurs who want to break-free from apathy, brought on by slow and mediocre success.
Fortunately, he’s been humbled by the simultaneous growth of several businesses he has invested in, due largely to a handful of systems, relationships and traits he has embodied as an entrepreneur.
He has found, in business you can have your cake and eat it too. Those who tell you that you cannot, may be “in the way” and not “on the way” to your success.
Rossco helps people to build businesses and crowdfund. This episode is epic with some great insights make sure to grab and pen and paper and check it out!
Jake started his first business 5 years ago at 17 selling onesies online, over two years grew this into an international company with suppliers in Japan, Australia + USA. He was studying at university during this time jumping between 4 different degrees until he found a liking in creative advertising. He however found that doing both uni and running a business meant one or both would suffer, so he jumped ship in 2014 and joined The Entourage to discover firsthand what running a business was really about. Find out in today’s episode where that journey has taken him.
2016 has been a roller coaster year but I have learnt and grown so much from it. I am extremely grateful for what I have learnt and how I have grown. I pull back the curtain on what 2016 looked like… it’s pretty raw and honest but also why I am so excited about 2017 and blowing the roof off that!
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Show Notes Timestamps
[02:26] The First Lesson: Opportunities.
[03:03] How the year started.
[04:58] The coping up stage of a growing businessman.
[05:50] On choosing between two jobs.
[07:38] Things getting more emerging.
[11:20] Reopening the door to public speaking.
[14:23] More opportunities and doing work with a team.
[23:12] Final notes.
I’ve had roadblocks, I get back up, keep doing things, take those learnings and implement them and it I feel a lot stronger.
Troy has been a designer for most of my life, he chased the big dollars in other work exchanging time for money, in 2013 he almost went broke but found marketing and it saved his life. Check out today’s episode to find out why there is much more to branding then a logo.
Originally a control systems engineer, James got excited making big machinery operate all by itself. On the side he learned to build and monetize websites.
After hearing endless stories about botched website jobs and AWOL website developers, James and his business partner decided to make the switch to web development and make the industry suck a bit less.
With a team of over 15 over 6 countries, they have built websites and custom software for mum and dad businesses through to ASX listed companies. They now manage multiple business websites, keeping them up to date with their on demand web guys.