The Grind Podcast is a show for entrepreneurs around the world. We want to shine a light on the ups and downs, when it comes to running your own business. We also touch on culture issues, and how they affect your ability to be a successful entrepreneur.
In Ep. 9 on The Grind 1.0 Podcast, my guest Nicole Jones and I discuss business, as it relates to real life. You can't really separate life as an entrepreneur, so how do you work towards your goals and enjoy your family at the same time? One of the essential components to a successful balance is to exercise. My guest decided to do just that while enjoying time with her son as well. I won't tell you what exercise it was, because you may be surprised, just like I was. Take a listen, and prepare yourself for some real discussions on how you approach a happy career and family balance. You don't want to miss this episode.
In Ep. 8 my guest Chip Baker and I discuss the will to keep going and not allowing your circumstances dictate your future. We discuss how you are in control of how you react to any situation. That may sound cliche, but if practiced using Chip's SHG principles, life can be that much more fulfilling. We also discuss gratitude and how that plays a huge role in Chip's current success as a Father, Husband, Man of Faith, and a leader of Men. His approach and aspirations to be grateful above all, is felt even during our conversation. This is a good people, you do not want to miss this one. I know I am a little biased because it's my show, but don't take my word, just listen.
In Episode 7 "A Life of Stories"; of The Grind 1.0 Podcast, I speak with my guest Lubna Forzley-Badr about her entrepreneurship journey. She climbed the highest of corporate and government ladders; with the likes of Coca-Cola, The United Nations, and BNP Paribas to name a few. Her story has remained one of impact on not just her immediate surroundings, but globally as well. We discussed guilt, and it's strangle hold on parents, who seek to be ambitious in their careers.
We discuss her upbringing and living through a war in the Middle East and how that impacted her trajectory. She mentions the experiences she has had to endured, and those prepared her for the success she is garnering today. You do not want to miss this episode. I get a little touched myself, with her expression of guilt, as it pertains to my own daughter. I will not give you to much up, you have to listen!
If you are interested in learning more about Lubna Forzley the links are below.
TEDx Talk: https://youtu.be/2QO8sV7AiUY
P.S. Please excuse the few sound disruptions.-
In episode 6 on the Grind 1.0 podcast, my guest is Ms. Hala Taha. Hala is the founder and host of Young and Profiting Podcast. She got her early start in radio on the Angie Martinez show. In this episode we discuss entrepreneurship, tips to use on LinkedIn, and so much more. You do not want to miss this episode. Hala is a trailblazer and a great guest. In the segment "What is something we may not know about you", she gives us a small insight into her personal life. Grab a seat and tune in, this episode is for you.
In episode 5 season 1 on The Grind 1.0 podcast, Sam and I discuss a healthy lifestyle and depositing the right foods into your body to maximize your mind. In your pursuit to be the best entrepreneur you can be, you will need to make sure you are taking care of your body along the journey. Sam is a Holistic Lifestyle coach. He helps people balance their lives not only from a physical health standpoint, but also an entire mind shift as it pertains to how you want to live your life. Sam dives into the foods we need to ingest to ensure we are at our best when we need to be. You do not want to miss this conversation on healthy living and applying some of the lifestyle principles to your entrepreneurship journey. Join us!
In this Episode on the Grind 1.0 Podcast Dr. Daniels and I discuss race, early entrepreneurship, and figuring life out as you grow. It’s a candid discussion with one of the brightest and up and coming brothers in this state. You can’t miss out on this conversation!
In this Episode 3 "Value In 30" with the CEO of Shedwool Cory Warfield, we discuss a range of topics as it relates to entrepreneurship. The biggest thing that stuck out to me the most, is Cory's perspective on helping others succeed. He calls it extending the ladder lower and helping one another. If we all had an ounce of what Cory is made of, this world would be a better place for sure.
We also discussed religion and some of the challenges a boot strapping startup, faith having CEO will go through. I invite you to join us in this candid discussion on how life throws curve balls at you, yet those curve balls teach you how to swing for the eventual homeruns you will hit.
We can't forget about the Segment " What is it something people in the digital world may not know about you" I can't give to you here, you got to listen for that; but it is a good one.
Also, be on the lookout for the collaboration cypher, that will be coming soon. Yes ladies and gentleman I also freestyle. I mean I talk really fast for free and sometimes rhyme. Check it out!
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In this podcast episode Jordan and I discuss failure, ambitions and dreams as you go after the life you want to create. Jordan Gross is a 3X Small Business Founder, 2X Author, and TedX Speaker. He is the Executive Coach at Cloud Nine.
We are all faced with daily obstacles that we have to overcome. It is compounded when you are attempting to create the life you want to live through entrepreneurship. In this episode Cloud 9 Living with Jordan Gross, we want to give you an insight on Jordan but also some tools to use when you are facing certain obstacles in life. We hope you gather some valuable information out of this episode that can assist you.
This episode is about the entrepreneur as it relates to: Rights of Passage, Branding, and Living with in the Extremes! My guest is Alexandros Kessaris. He is from Toronto, Canada! His business expertise is: Transformation Software Professional- Brand Advocate- Thought Leader. He graduated from the University of Toronto and majored in business. He has style and a lot of charisma, you need to tune in to this one, it’s a treat!