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Success Comes to the Coachable — Chris Watters

Success Comes to the Coachable — Chris Watters

Success Comes to the Coachable This week on The EnTRUEpreneurship Podcast, Wes sits down with real estate mogul Chris Watters, CEO and Founder of Watters International Realty. Watters International, which began as an Austin-centric operation, has now expanded into a franchise model and is operating in markets across the United ...
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From Garage Band to Grilled Cheese — Matt Fish

From Garage Band to Grilled Cheese — Matt Fish

From Garage Band to Grilled Cheese — Matt Fish This week on The EnTRUEpreneurship Podcast, Wes chats with restaurateur Matt Fish, who is the Founder and CEO of Melt Bar and Grilled. Melt, which started as a single location in suburban Cleveland, has since exploded and now features 10 restaurants ...
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Failing Forward: How to Win After Seven Failed Startup Attempts — Stephen Shang

Failing Forward: How to Win After Seven Failed Startup Attempts — Stephen Shang

This week on The EnTRUEpreneurship Podcast, Wes welcomes Stephen Shang — CEO and Founder of Falcon Structures, which specializes in taking large shipping containers and converting them into usable assets, such as living rooms, office spaces, storage facilities, and military training structures. Shang’s innovative company does more than $8M in ...
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How to Add Weight to our Conversations — Susan Scott

How to Add Weight to our Conversations — Susan Scott

This week on The EnTRUEpreneurship Podcast, Wes sits down with Susan Scott, acclaimed author and CEO and Founder of Fierce, Inc. — a multi-million dollar leadership and training company that teaches organizations of all shapes and sizes how to have meaningful conversations within themselves. On the podcast, Scott shares her ...
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Finding Value in the Long Game — Clint Greenleaf

Finding Value in the Long Game — Clint Greenleaf

This week on The EnTRUEpreneurship Podcast, Wes dialogues with Clint Greenleaf. Clint is a serial entrepreneur and Founder of Greenleaf Book Group — a publishing house that, under his leadership, grew to over $10M in revenue and landed on the Inc. 500 list for 7 years in a row. In ...
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How to Set your Sights on a Market Gap — Julie Allinson

How to Set your Sights on a Market Gap — Julie Allinson

This week on The EnTRUEpreneurship Podcast, Wes speaks with Julie Allinson — CEO and Founder of eyebobs, the first-ever affordable designer eye-wear brand. Since its founding in 2001, eyebobs has grown into a mighty 8-figure business and was recently acquired by a private equity firm. The sky is the limit ...
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Big Problems Equal Big Business — Tim Hamilton

Big Problems Equal Big Business — Tim Hamilton

This week on The EnTRUEpreneurship Podcast, Wes sits down with Tim Hamilton — CEO and Founder of Praxent, a start-to-finish custom software firm based out of Austin, Texas. Praxent has been named one of the best places to work in Austin, has been featured on the Inc. 5000 list and ...
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Selling Nashville, One Neighborhood at a Time — Mark Deutschmann

Selling Nashville, One Neighborhood at a Time — Mark Deutschmann

This week on The EnTRUEpreneurship Podcast, Wes welcomes Mark Deutschmann — CEO and Founder of both Village Real Estate and Core Development. Village Real Estate employs over 300 agents and staff and operates out of its headquarters in downtown Nashville. Core Development — an offshoot of Village Real Estate — ...
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Perfect Pain: How Today’s Struggles Prepare for Tomorrow’s Successes — Parham Parastaran

Perfect Pain: How Today’s Struggles Prepare for Tomorrow’s Successes — Parham Parastaran

Do you find yourself in the daily grind, discouraged by seeing so many successful-looking, young entrepreneurs on social media? Don’t believe the façade. Entrepreneurship is tough, and every difficult moment of every difficult day is preparing you for your future success. This week on The EnTRUEpreneurship Podcast, Wes welcomes Parham ...
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Using Negotiation to Refurbish a Furniture Store — David Singer

Using Negotiation to Refurbish a Furniture Store — David Singer

Where did the art of negotiation go? A century ago, any store owner would barter with customers to find the best possible price for either the store owner or the customer (or sometimes both). But here, in 2018, we’ve all but lost the art of the deal in everyday life, ...
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The Untold Truth about the Business Exit — Theresa Fette

The Untold Truth about the Business Exit — Theresa Fette

Every entrepreneur hungers for the “exit” — the acquisition, the IPO, the lucrative deal that exchanges the long hours and high risk associated with owning your own company for hard-earned cash. But what a lot of people don’t understand is that, during the coveted “exit,” many entrepreneurs experience intense heartache ...
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How to use Obstacles as Motivation — Robert Cornish

How to use Obstacles as Motivation — Robert Cornish

What would you do if, at age 23, you had $300,000 of well-earned cash stolen from you by a business deal gone bad? Would you harbor resentment? Would you seek revenge? Would you call it quits on entrepreneurship, once and for all? This week on The EnTRUEpreneurship Podcast, Wes welcomes ...
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Changing the World through Food — Mathieu Senard

Changing the World through Food — Mathieu Senard

This week on The EnTRUEpreneurship Podcast, Wes welcomes Mathieu (Mat) Senard — Co-Founder and Co-CEO of Alter Eco, a consumer packaged goods company whose products range from truffles to quinoa to dark chocolate bars. Since launching in France and expanding to the US (and beyond), Alter Eco has amassed $20M ...
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Scaling Schools: How to Provide Quality Education for All — Evan Erdberg

Scaling Schools: How to Provide Quality Education for All — Evan Erdberg

This week on The EnTRUEpreneurship Podcast, Wes sits down with Evan Erdberg, CEO and Founder of Proximity Learning — an education tech company that exists to ensure that every student has access to quality teachers, no matter geography or social status. In a few years, Erdberg has grown the business ...
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The Multimillion Dollar PR Firm with Zero Office Space — Curtis Sparrer

The Multimillion Dollar PR Firm with Zero Office Space — Curtis Sparrer

This week on The EnTRUEpreneurship Podcast, Wes sits down with Curtis Sparrer, Principal at Bospar PR — one of the top-rated boutique agencies of 2018, whose workforce is completely virtual. With this unique business model, Bospar has already attained national reach and has amassed nearly $5 million in revenue — all in ...
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