Today’s guest cleared his own path to success with over 30 years of hard work and it paid off big time.
At 29 and living in his home country of Australia, he decided that a life in Public Accounting was not for him! He quit his job and went to California to look for a new business idea and to surf all the legendary breaks.
Jim is a Marketing Expert, coach, and the Host of Newsletter Guru TV, the weekly web tv show watched by ten’s of thousands of Entrepreneurs and small business owners.
He is the founder of Stoic Financial — a real estate investment firm in the Washington DC area.
You are who you surround yourself with, so surround yourself with those that want to do the work necessary to make a change in their lives. Check it out here.
Today’s guest is a Business Attorney and Entrepreneur.
She is the founder and managing attorney at Supra Legal Group, a boutique law firm focused on the practice of Business and Internet law.
Today’s guest is co-founder of EnterpriseJungle, along with Emma Sinclair, who we featured in the last episode.
He started young and had some early exits, which led to a number of advisory roles with emerging companies seeking to accelerate growth.
In this episode, we are trying something new — Hack The Entrepreneur’s Co-founder Series.
In many of the discussions I have had, you may have noticed a high percentage of my guests are co-founders in their companies — meaning that they have a partner in their business.
As an author he writes Startup Fiction — yes, sounds odd. It is a bit, yet it’s awesome. I am just finishing his first novel UnCommon Stock Version 1.0. I have learned so much about the inner workings of a startup and VC funding and I can’t wait to dive into his newest and just released 2nd novel Uncommon Stock Power Play.
He is 35 years old and lives in a small town called Nanaimo, B.C., where his tech firm is one of the cities largest employers, with a staff of 170.