Celebrating 100 Podcasts with $100 Gifts

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Celebrating 100 Podcasts with $100 Gifts

My first introduction to the podcast world was a link from an old buddy that knew I liked to intake entrepreneurial materials. The podcasts were very well known. Matter of fact, one was the Entrepreneur on Fire, John Lee Dumas, who we had on the show not too long ago.

Since I had a Galaxy phone, I didn’t know what I was doing until I bought my first iPhone. Once I hit that little purple button that said “Podcasts”, a new opportunity dawned on me. Honestly, it was a bit overwhelming.

Starting anything new is a bit much for someone that doesn’t like to fail forward, but entrepreneurs don’t mind. As I was finding my social entrepreneur, I had to understand the simple fact I overlooked that nonprofits are a business too and I needed to market this podcast a bit better.

With almost two years of never missing a week, I’ve learned several things in 100 podcasts:

  • Nonprofits and Social Enterprises are similar but have differences
  • Most ‘unofficial’ social entrepreneurs don’t want to ‘organize’ an official organization
  • Social Good leaders are shy and don’t want the spotlight
  • Businesses are including aspects of giving back and creating social enterprises as their main “bread and butter”

As we wrap up 2017 with the vortex of commercialization, I’m realizing our startup problems never go away. We have to always look for our ROI. To achieve the organization‘s goals is paramount. Therefore, if you’re looking for the link to our store, click here. Use the code from the podcast.


Just a big “THANK YOU” for all your support!

Dream Big and Godspeed.


About Author

I was born, raised and currently residing in Vancouver, WA. Grateful to have an entrepreneurial life that allows me to use my God-given talents to help others pursue their passion. I'm blessed to be educated (MBA-Operations) veteran (US Marine Corps) who enjoys the community with all my family members (blood and adopted).

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