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That Entrepreneur Life

That Entrepreneur Life

By Andrew Lees and Clint McPherson
Welcome to "That Entrepreneur Life". Being an entrepreneur isn’t easy. We interview, record, and produce content to encourage other entrepreneurs. Each week we discuss different business topics aimed at adding value to any entrepreneur's journey.
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Episode 112 - The Importance of Having A Purpose-Driven, Mission Based Focus with Lisa Wise
Join Clint McPherson and special guest Lisa Wise as she talks about the culture of work that onboards everyone to thrive. Lisa discusses how not to be the build-the-plane-while-flying-it type of person, another way to win at brand visibility aside from Facebook ads, and why she believes it's essential to put the server first as the CEO of Flock DC. As a born entrepreneur, Lisa proves that an evergreen business is possible even outside the traditional paradigms of capitalism. In this episode you will learn: Lisa Wise – on detracting from the shiny objects The Non-Traditional Measure of Success Philanthropy over marketing How to identify evergreen businesses How to attract and retain great talents and so much more! About Lisa Wise: Lisa Wise is an entrepreneur, change maker, thought leader, writer, and philanthropist. Growing up throughout rural Idaho, Lisa was surrounded by love but short on resources and stability. She sought security by building businesses from a young age, starting with her first of many enterprises, The Sherlock Holmes Detective Agency. Offices were open for business in her parents' backyard tool shed, but clients and their mysteries never materialized. But, like most passionate entrepreneurs, she moved on to the next endeavor, whether that be hustling as a dog-walker, snow shoveler, painted rock saleswoman, or pet sitter. Today, Lisa is the Founder + CEO of Flock DC, a family of real estate management companies that oversee two billion dollars in property in Washington, DC property. Flock is a purpose-driven, values-based company that offers a new model for business in a world that will increasingly depend on companies to contribute to stronger and more sustainable communities. You can find Lisa Wise on... Website: LinkedIn: You can find That Entrepreneur Life on... Website: Facebook: Instagram: Twitter: YouTube:
February 23, 2022
Episode 111 - Separate Yourself From The Competition With Targeted Online Marketing with Shane Whelan
Join Andrew Lees and guest Shane Whelan as he talks about the area of business that clients most commonly fail in. Shane shares how one can create anticipation and excitement for concepts from scratch, how he built his company organically, and what giving value should feel like to your clients and customers. Because life can quickly bog down so many people on the day-to-day, for Shane, an entrepreneur’s ability to create that “different” experience is what turns spectators into potential clients. In this episode you will learn: You are the captain of your own ship when it comes to entrepreneurship The challenges of creating excitement from scratch Organic or paid ads? Shane Whelan – on referrals and squeezing more money out of every transaction The right value feels like a good song and so much more! About Shane Whelan: Shane is a serial entrepreneur and the host of Carrying the FirePodcast. In his podcast and business, he focuses on and targets solutions that help entrepreneurs solve problems, especially in marketing-related subjects and issues. You can find Shane Whelan on... Instagram: Podcast: You can find That Entrepreneur Life on... Website: Facebook: Instagram: Twitter: YouTube:
February 16, 2022
Episode 110 - SEO And More With Kyle Roof
Join Clint McPherson and guest Kyle Roof as they talk about how SEO and Google work with each other. Kyle explains where people go wrong when ranking on Google, the basics of how to use keywords that you should stick to, and the momentous story behind what made Kyle learn SEO. After giving a little peek at how PageOptimizer Pro works, Kyle shares how their SEO tool helps the little guys take on—and win—against bigger enterprises. In this episode you will learn: Kyle Roof – on having to learn SEO in a day Google doesn’t know how to judge the value The Entrepreneurial A.D.D. How PageOptimizer Pro works on your sites Your content can either bring you up or pull you down and so much more! About Kyle Roof: Kyle is responsible for the development and implementation of all SEO techniques used by the SEO agency High Voltage SEO and the SEO tool PageOptimizer Pro. Kyle is also the co-founder of Internet Marketing Gold, a global community of 3000+ SEO professionals who test and prove cutting-edge SEO techniques. Kyle is also the co-host of SEO Fight Club, a weekly YouTube show that covers a multitude of SEO topics. Kyle’s SEO techniques and discoveries are followed by many SEO professionals and business leaders; he has been featured in many respected publications and is a regular speaker on SEO and SEO testing at conferences throughout the world. You can find Kyle Roof on... Website: Website 2: LinkedIn: Facebook: Twitter: YouTube: You can find That Entrepreneur Life on... Website: Facebook: Instagram: Twitter: YouTube:
February 09, 2022
Episode 109 - Content That Connects With People With Neil Gordon
Join Andrew Lees and guest Neil Gordon as he shares his system of creating messages that connect with people. Neil talks about his game-changing approach to sales funnels, the four-part framework that allows entrepreneurs to deliver content that people engage with, and the story of how he discovered the target audience that he serves up to this day. Does more information equate to more value? In this insight-rich discussion, Neil imparts his take on the matter. In this episode you will learn: Entrepreneurship doesn’t start with your resignation What makes people care about your solutions? The Secret Sauce Statement Rethink what you believe about when making a pitch How should you approach a book proposal? and so much more! About Neil Gordon: Neil Gordon helps influencers to double their speaking fees, get six-figure book advances, and be seen on shows like Ellen and Dr. Oz. Previously, Neil worked on the editorial staff of Penguin Random House, where he worked with New York Times bestselling authors. You can find Neil Gordon on... Website: LinkedIn: Facebook: Twitter: YouTube: You can find That Entrepreneur Life on... Website: Facebook: Instagram: Twitter: YouTube:
February 02, 2022
Episode 108 - How A CRM Changes The Game For B2B Sales With Jeroen Corthout
Join Andrew Lees, Clint McPherson, and their guest Jeroen Corthout as he explains the primary function of CRMs to businesses. Jeroen talks about what killed Flash, the value business schools give, and how Salesflare, the CRM he co-founded, sums up against other names like Here, Jeroen also recalls his own experience building Salesflare and how this gives insight to whoever plans to maximize their startup's operation for quicker revenue generation. In this episode you will learn: Chad Willardson – behind computers then, now, businesses Should you get into a business school? A poor follow up system can lose huge revenues About Salesflare How should startups evaluate their core idea? and so much more! About Jeroen Corthout: Jeroen Corthout is the Co-Founder of Salesflare, an intelligent CRM that startups and small businesses love to use. It's a zero-input sales pipeline tool that thinks and works for its user, not the other way around. No more manual data entry. Salesflare fills out your address book and keeps track of all interactions with the people you're in contact with. You can find Jeroen Corthout on... Website: LinkedIn: You can find That Entrepreneur Life on... Website: Facebook: Instagram: Twitter: YouTube:
January 26, 2022
Episode 107 - Leveraging Stress Free Money While Being Smart And Not Spoiled With Chad Willardson
Join Clint McPherson and guest Chad Willardson as he talks about the greatest lessons he learned as an entrepreneur. Chad discusses the biggest obstacle to financial freedom, what we can expect from his books Stress-Free Money and Smart, Not Spoiled, and the pros of working with certified financial fiduciaries. For Chad, to gain the trust of your clients, you need to be 'the type of chef that eats what he cooks.' Living the proof to this kind of adage, this is precisely why entrepreneurs choose to work with Pacific Capital. In this episode you will learn: Corporate life – a tug of war What the book Stress-Free Money teaches Trust the chef who eats what they cook How to raise kids who are 'Smart, Not Spoiled' To-do lists and not-to-do lists and so much more! About Chad Willardson: Chad Willardson helps HNW entrepreneurs enjoy a lifestyle of financial freedom. He is a certified financial fiduciary, a 2x best-selling author, the creator of The Financial Life Inspection, and is the president and founder of Pacific Capital. You can find Chad Willardson on... Website: LinkedIn: Stress-Free Money: Overcome These Seven Obstacles to Find Financial Freedom, Book by Chad Willardson: Smart, Not Spoiled: The 7 Money Skills Kids Must Master Before Leaving the Nest, Book by Chad Willardson: You can find That Entrepreneur Life on... Website: Facebook: Instagram: Twitter: YouTube:
January 19, 2022
Episode 106 - How to Become Industry Famous Through Digital PR with Victoria Kennedy
Join Clint McPherson and guest Victoria Kennedy as she simplifies the approach you need to take to become a leader in your niche. Victoria explains the biggest things you need to defeat as an entrepreneur, the two factors that drive entrepreneurs, and the three actionable steps to establish your name as a leader in your chosen industry. As a PR Expert, Victoria clarifies that PR is not about gearing towards your newspaper feature. To achieve a breakthrough with PR, one must learn that it's not just a one-time thing. PR is taking your audience on a ride with you. In this episode you will learn: Can you be both creative and business-minded? Inspiration comes from your daily choices Your personal brand is your most powerful digital asset What PR is and what it isn't Three Tips from a PR Expert And so much more! About Victoria Kennedy: Victoria Kennedy is the CEO of Victorious PR. Victoria built Victorious PR with one goal in mind: to lead with integrity and help impactful leaders and businesses be seen and heard to have a greater influence on the world. You can find Victoria Kennedy on… Website: You can find That Entrepreneur Life on… Website: Facebook: Instagram: Twitter: YouTube:
January 12, 2022
Episode 105 - Turning ADHD Into An Entrepreneurial Superpower with John Torrens
Join Andrew Lees, Clint McPherson, and their guest John Torrens as they discuss how ADHD can be approached and maximized for entrepreneurial success. John shares his approach to leading as an entrepreneur with ADHD. He also reflects on the tricks that help work with—not against—ADHD and how the two types of ADHD impacts function in work and business. For John, it's important to respect how your teams work best as a leader. One way to do that is to refrain from delegating work during the weekends, especially at night. In this episode you will learn: Businesses aren't systemized to maximize talents with mental conditions The Inattentive and Hyperactive-Impulsive Types of ADHD Mindfulness helps ADHD Having a #2 in your organization is crucial Your team don't work the same way you do And so much more! About John Torrens: Dr. Torrens is an award-winning Professor of Entrepreneurial practice and two-time Inc. 5000 entrepreneur. He was diagnosed with ADHD as an adult and has experienced both the negative effects as well as the positive effects related to starting and growing a company. He is a healthcare and education entrepreneur with 25 years leading high-growth companies with experience in developing high-performing teams, raising capital, and both buy/sell-side M&A. Dr. Torrens is a faculty member of the Syracuse University Whitman School of Management's Department of Entrepreneurship and Emerging Enterprises. He is a frequent guest speaker and executive education instructor in the areas of entrepreneurship, strategy, and corporate innovation. Dr. Torrens is a TEDx speaker (ADHD as an Entrepreneur's Superpower) and is quoted frequently in print media, has written several articles, and has delivered multiple presentations on the business of healthcare. Dr. John is an active member of the Young Presidents Organization (YPO) and served in multiple volunteer leadership positions, including a term on the International Board of Directors (2013-2015). You can find John Torrens on… LinkedIn: Twitter: You can find That Entrepreneur Life on… Website: Facebook: Instagram: Twitter: YouTube:
January 05, 2022
Episode 104 - Digging Deep Into Podcast Marketing Strategies with Josh Tapp
Join Andrew Lees, Clint McPherson, and their guest Josh Tapp as he explains how podcasting can be leveraged for sales. Josh shares a personal hack that guarantees reviews for his show. He also talks about how email lists benefit podcast shows, the story of how he cracked the code to podcasting, and how you can leverage your podcast for sales opportunities. In his experience as a podcaster, Josh realized that getting on guests is about figuring out your guest's needs and providing them. If ever you can't provide them, there is always a referral. In this episode you will learn: Information overload can paralyze you You don't need listenership to close deals Email lists work towards repeat listeners and the platform You don't get anywhere by not investing in yourself Investing, entrepreneurship, and business is a risk And so much more! About Josh Tapp: Josh helps companies take their podcast content and turn each episode into 30 pieces of content that can be used for digital marketing, helping increase outreach with engaging and impactful information. He achieves this through their advanced production editing systems that allow them to work with individual clients to harness the power of their message and create marketing materials that are easy to distribute and produce real results. You can find Josh Tapp on… Website: LinkedIn: You can find That Entrepreneur Life on… Website: Facebook: Instagram: Twitter: YouTube:
December 29, 2021
Episode 103 - How To Be Confident In The Value You Bring To Make a Positive Impact with Patti Katter
Join Andrew Lees, Clint McPherson, and their guest Patti Katter as they talk about how you can be more confident in the value you bring to the table. Patti speaks on why you should definitely promote yourself, the difference between confidence and cockiness, how podcasting can absolutely be a career, and the factors you need to laser focus on to grow your podcast. If you want to be successful in podcasting, Patti explains why you need to be a content creator above anything else. If you first focus on the quality of your podcast, the numbers eventually follow. In this episode you will learn: Patti Katter – on the passion towards making a better change Not self-promoting can be selfish You’ll never know the impact you have on people Focus on the quality, and the numbers will follow Listeners want authentic stories And so much more! About Patti Katter: Patti Katter is a top-rated podcaster on AM/FM Radio and Amazon TV/Roku, with 2.5+ million listeners per episode. She is the host of the show, Wake Up with Patti Katter. You can find Patti Katter on… Website: Facebook: Instagram: LinkedIn: YouTube: Twitter: You can find That Entrepreneur Life on… Website: Facebook: Instagram: Twitter: YouTube:
December 22, 2021
Episode 102 - What To Do When a Global Pandemic Ruins Your Revenue with Grant LeBeau
Join Andrew Lees, Clint McPherson, and their guest Grant LeBeau as he talks about how to branch out and pivot from a pandemic-hit business. Grant shares how one can actively seek the lifestyle business, why he started his podcast Small Biz Gone Viral, his number one message to early entrepreneurs, and so much more. As the Founder of Mkrday and Co-Founder of Rickaroons, for Grant, every time you take another step in growth, there will always be new challenges that come along in the world of production. Knowing how to refocus while staying true to your origin is vital to rise above this challenge. In this episode you will learn: Grant LeBeau – on actively seeking out the life you want How Rickaroons and Mkrday held up and started during the pandemic Be open to pivoting and refocusing The challenge of adapting but staying authentic If you're a six-figure business, get coached by a seven-figure coach! And so much more! About Grant LeBeau: Grant is a jeopardy enthusiast, the 8-year-old world record holder for distance thrown with a frisbee, dog dad to two, and soon-to-be human dad in June! He co-founded a coconut energy bar company with his dad in 2012, and has since worked hundreds of farmers markets and learned to barter for fresh eggs like a pro. Grant is the "hostess with the mostest" and will never be the first one to hang up the phone - unless someone's about to eat all the ice cream. You can find Grant LeBeau on… Website 1: Website 2: Podcast: You can find That Entrepreneur Life on… Website: Facebook: Instagram: Twitter: YouTube:
December 15, 2021
Episode 101 - From Bootstrapping to Fundraising | Strategies for a Lean Tech Startup with Martin Langelo Lien
Join Andrew Lees and guest Martin Langelo Lien as they talk about the beginning of RespondFlow and how its success continues to flow today. Martin explains why an MBA may not be what will work for you, two efficient ways to market a product for bootstrapped businesses, and the advantages of integrating SMS into your business’ marketing strategy. As the Co-Founder of RespondFlow, Martin has lost count of how many times investors discouraged getting an MBA. For them, starting your own company is the MBA you need. In this episode you will learn: Schools aren’t the best place to learn business Martin Langelo Lien – on the kind of education that doesn’t guarantee revenue How did RespondFlow start? The effectiveness of a beachhead strategy The Power of Product Hunt and a Beta-less Product Launch And so much more! About Martin Langelo Lien: Martin Langelo Lien is the co-founder of RespondFlow. He helps companies automate their customer service processes and leverage their online presence to optimize social media interactions and conversions. You can find Martin Langelo Lien on… Website: LinkedIn: Twitter: You can find That Entrepreneur Life on… Website: Facebook: Instagram: Twitter: YouTube:
December 08, 2021
Episode 100 - From Food Stamps To 6-Figure Business In Under One Year with Dr. Amanda Barrientez
Join Andrew Lees, Clint McPherson, and their guest Dr. Amanda Barrientez as she shares her experience on how one shift in thought can lead to your next six-figure business (or seven). Dr. Amanda speaks about the curse of the comfort zone, a common limiting block for most entrepreneurs, the zone where you have the highest money-making potential, and more. As a coach, she believes that an entrepreneur can't be someone who's too comfortable. In her own experience with different clients, Dr. Amanda observed that the slowest transition always comes from the most comfortable individuals. In this episode you will learn: The point where most entrepreneurs give up How Amanda started her coaching business Optimal growth happens at the border of challenge and support Let go of your fear of market saturation! Dr. Amanda Barrientez – on learning how to trust the process as an entrepreneur And so much more! About Dr. Amanda Barrientez: Dr. Amanda Barrientez is the founder of NFA - No Fucking Around - Money. She's known as "The Money Healer" because she's an expert at teaching entrepreneurs how to heal their relationship with money so they can work less, make more, and build successful lives and businesses. Why this business? Because Amanda knows what it's like to feel SCARED and STUCK in a SURVIVAL MODE! When she started her business, Amanda was on food stamps and had a lot of limiting beliefs about women being disempowered money makers. One night, when she was on the floor crying, she made a decision that she was willing to do whatever it took to change her reality. This led Amanda to learn about her unconscious money blocks and build a six-figure business fast. It's what she calls Competing Commitments™ - when your unconscious and conscious beliefs are battling each other - that keep you in fear, uncertainty, and doubt and feeling out of control about your reality. Amanda is certain that once you learn how to break through your unconscious money blocks, you will have the power and control to work less, make more, and be a successful business owner who has more time and money freedom. You can find Dr. Amanda Barrientez on… Website: You can find That Entrepreneur Life on... Website: Facebook: Instagram: Twitter: YouTube:
December 01, 2021
Episode 99 - Get Over The Hump And Unlock Growth Potential Within Your Business with Henry Daas
Join Clint McPherson and guest Henry Daas as they talk about the wonders of coaching that other forms of education just can't seem to achieve. Henry explains what entrepreneurial arrogance is, why books and courses don't work for most entrepreneurs, the seven silos of every business, and the most important lesson he learned on partnership. If you remove teachers and leave students to learn from books, for Henry, that's just going to be chaos. That's why, for him, the glory of coaching is that nothing can ever replace the potency of one on one relationships. In this episode you will learn: Henry Daas – entering entrepreneurship through an accidental business Coaching > Books and courses What is CODFISH? The different hats you need to wear as an entrepreneur Be careful and smart about who you bring in as your partner And so much more! About Henry Daas: Henry Daas is a dyed-in-the-wool New Yorker, serial entrepreneur, author, coach, screenwriter, avid golfer, biker, and international traveler. He is also a licensed real estate salesperson in the state of Connecticut. You can find Henry Daas on… Website: You can find That Entrepreneur Life on… Website: Facebook: Instagram: Twitter: YouTube:
November 24, 2021
Episode 98 - Why Understanding Customer Problems Is The Most Important Thing You Can Do For Your Business with John Lee Dumas
Join Andrew Lees and the award-winning podcast host and author, John Lee Dumas, as they talk about why understanding your audience’s problems should be first for every business. JLD shares why competition is needed, why you should decide on the hardships you’ll choose, his journey to becoming the host of an award-winning podcast, and so much more. For JLD, if you find it hard to get to know your market’s core, you should remember, being broke can be hard too. In this episode you will learn: What’s so great about entrepreneurship? Competition pushes businesses forward A business that listens – thrives! Lessons from the book The Five Biggest Regrets of the Dying John Lee Dumas – on finding financial freedom from podcasting And so much more! About John Lee Dumas: John Lee Dumas is the founder & host of Entrepreneurs On Fire, an award-winning podcast where he interviews inspiring entrepreneurs to help people along their entrepreneurial journey. He is also the author of The Common Path to Uncommon Success, your 17-step roadmap to financial freedom and fulfillment! For those who are tired of spending 90% of their day doing things they don’t enjoy and only 10% doing something they love, JLD is the go-to. His goal with Entrepreneurs On Fire is to deliver the inspiration and strategies people need to FIRE UP their entrepreneurial journey and create the life they’ve always dreamed of. You can find John Lee Dumas on... Website: LinkedIn: Twitter: Instagram: You can find That Entrepreneur Life on... Website: Facebook: Instagram: Twitter: YouTube:
November 17, 2021
Episode 97 - How to Tell Your Brand’s Story to Connect with Your Customers and Increase Sales with Mike Wittenstein
Join Andrew Lees, Clint McPherson, and their guest Mike Wittenstein as he talks about the type of stories that your customers listen to. Mike explains the quality that helps distinguish brands from competitors, the importance of niching down to product-market fit, why it's crucial to master the value that your product or service carries, how leaders address resistance to change, and so much more. For Mike, the most challenging part of entrepreneurship is developing the ability to dig deep into everything. For him, before working with somebody, it's always essential to look hard and deep if they can help you and if you're willing to help them. In this episode you will learn: The balance between what you want and what others want How is your product's/service's value more important than anything else? The Common AI Tools for Copywriting How can you have fun and make money with customers? In entrepreneurship, you'll dig deeper into yourself more than you thought you'd ever need. And so much more! About Mike Wittenstein: Mike Wittenstein always focuses on others as a co-thinker. He sees the world through stories, which lets him help others connect on a profoundly human level. A lifetime of diverse global experiences taught Mike how to kindly ask tough questions, translate clients' words into stories, and express business strategies as customer and employee experiences. Clients often say that they like Mike's sleeves-rolled-up-on-day-one working style, how approachable he is to their teams, and how he engineers discovery moments into the experiences. In addition, Mike helps leaders leverage and develops a powerful leadership story so that their strategies can increase and sustain their competitive advantage. You can find Mike Wittenstein on... Website: LinkedIn: Twitter: You can find That Entrepreneur Life on... Website: Facebook: Instagram: Twitter: YouTube:
November 10, 2021
Episode 96 - How To Crush Your Amazon Sales Goals Using SEO and Advertising with Mike Begg
Join Andrew Lees, Clint McPherson, and their guest, Mike Begg, as they discuss how to become an Amazon sales master using SEO and advertising. Mike is the co-founder, chief strategist, and chief marketing officer of AMZ Advisers. He gives out advice on how to boost sales in Amazon. In this episode, you will learn about: Retail arbitrage explained Things that help scale and get organic traffic in listings which are often overlooked Why SEO and paid advertising matters The future of e-commerce in the next ten years An alternative manufacturing opportunity to offshoring And so much more! About Mike Begg: Mike Begg is a co-founder of AMZ Advisers, which helps manufacturers and brands maximize their sales on Amazon by creating content, developing marketing strategies, and managing to advertise. AMZ Advisers works with small and large companies — single employee to Fortune 50. Mike is the chief strategist and chief marketing officer of AMZ Advisers and has over ten years of experience in retail & e-commerce. You can find Mike Begg on... Website: LinkedIn: Connect with Andrew and Clint on... Website: Facebook: Instagram: Twitter: YouTube: 
November 03, 2021
Episode 95 - How To Get Unstuck In Your Business and Take It To The Next Level with Liz Wolfe
Join Clint McPherson with his guest, Liz Wolfe, as they discuss how to get unstuck in business. Liz is a former sheep farmer turned computer consultant who now owns a thriving coaching business for entrepreneurs. She shares tips on how to take a business to the next level while working less. In this episode you will learn:About something in entrepreneurship that gets Liz fired up every timeThe value of setting goals and getting into actionWhy people are stuck in business and the tactic to get out of itIn-depth analysis of the “fake it until you make it” approachNo need to justify pricing – it’s all about valueAnd so much more!About Liz Wolfe:Liz Wolfe is a skilled and energetic business coach, author, and speaker. For more than 20 years, she has inspired hundreds of people with her passionate stand of abundance: “There is plenty for everyone, including me.”Liz got her entrepreneurial start growing up on a sheep farm in Western Pennsylvania with her mother and two sisters.  They built a cottage industry making and selling woolen items, which helped Liz develop her public speaking and selling skills. Later she moved to NYC to get as far away from the farming life as possible. Her inner entrepreneurial spirit traveled with her, and she created a successful computer consulting business with her husband, Jon.Eventually, she transitioned out of the technology business to apply her experience in a more interpersonal context, helping others develop an abundance mindset. She now coaches entrepreneurs to get unstuck so they can launch and grow an abundant business.You can find Liz Wolfe on...Website: with Andrew and Clint on...Website: Facebook: Instagram: Twitter: YouTube: Support the show (
October 27, 2021
Episode 94 - How To Get Out Of Your Own Way To Unlock Your Full Potential with Robert White
Join Andrew Lees, Clint McPherson, and Robert White as they talk about what you need to do for yourself to elevate your life and business. In this episode, Robert explains what relationships mean to leadership, the lessons made from wins and losses, what he thinks about the balance between life and work, and the lesson he learned from a seminar that changed his life forever. For Robert, if you want to secure the successful future meant for you, you must first learn to complete your past and embrace your truth at present. In this episode you will learn:Robert White – on creating the world's 2nd largest personal growth training company.You are in your own way!Wins and Losses: Robert's Greatest LessonsHow do executives handle betrayal and estrangement?You can be a prisoner of your own story.And so much more!About Robert White:Robert White's extensive experience as an entrepreneurial CEO in the personal and professional development industry has created a deep understanding of the personal and professional challenges faced by executives and owners for the imperative of a "results really matter" orientation.He founded and led training industry success stories LifeSpring and ARC International with over one million graduates of their high-impact experiential seminars.  Robert worked from Tokyo and Hong Kong for a total of 12 years and led ARC companies in Japan, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Guangdong (mainland China), The Philippines, Singapore,  Australia, and the United States.In 1985 he moved to Denver, Colorado, and launched ARC USA, which did successful culture change work with clients including AT&T, Chase Manhattan Bank (JPMorganChase), Textron, Progressive Insurance, Donna Karan New York, Hong Kong Bank, United Telephone, Waukesha Bearings, Twentieth Century Fox and Career Track. You can find Robert White on...Website: Living an Extraordinary Life, Book by Robert White: can find That Entrepreneur Life on...Website: the show (
October 20, 2021
Episode 93 - Success Starts from Within with Becky Morrison
Join Clint McPherson and Happiness Coach Becky Morrison to talk about how self-awareness is tied to success and happiness. In this episode, Coach Becky explains how her background as an attorney helps her synthesize information as a coach, how she integrates the coaching process in sales, how people lose their way in figuring out what they're good at, and the better thing to do than escaping unhappiness. As a happiness coach, Becky credits avoiding a split focus helps pinpoint your top priority in life and makes you own it unapologetically.In this episode you will learn:How are you wired?Happiness has layers!Sales in the eyes of a happiness coach.Why should you reclaim your 'me' time?How do you get out of unhappiness?And so much more!About Becky Morrison:Becky's mission is to spread joy. She believes that happiness is an internal job and that most people can live happier, easier lives if they get clear on what matters most to them and then develop a plan to do more of that and less of the rest. If she can help enable people to find clarity and happiness, then everyone wins. People and processes are at the heart of the work that Becky has done for the last 20+ years in corporations, law firms - as both a lawyer and administrator - and small businesses. Now she's using that experience coupled with her own journey to help people supercharge their success and happiness.You can find Becky Morrison on:Website: can find That Entrepreneur Life on:Website: the show (
October 13, 2021
Episode 92 - How to be Resourceful as an Entrepreneur with Nickolas Natali
Join Andrew Lees and guest Nickolas Natali as they talk about what resourcefulness does for every entrepreneur. Nickolas explains the essence of relationships to entrepreneurship, what personal finance is about for entrepreneurs, the importance of knowing your market, and why checking your perspective as an entrepreneur should never be overlooked. Nickolas believes that if you focus on one target audience, one solution, and one marketing strategy with consistency, failing will be very unlikely. In this episode you will learn:Entrepreneurs have had it within them since their youth.Personal finance first, business finance next.About the YouTube video, Turning $0 to $1000.Entrepreneurs handle their distractions!Feedback tells you what you’re doing right and wrong.And so much more!About Nickolas Natali:Nickolas Natali is a comedic content creator, small software business owner, and people lover from Southern California. Nick began making short films in 7th grade when he got his hands on his first phone, The Envy 2.  He began writing and filming short comedy skits with his friends and eventually created a Youtube Channel in 2010. As he matured, so did his content. From comedy skits to social experiments to vlogs to comedic commentary – Nick tailors his content creation to how he believes he can best influence, entertain, and inspire his audience. Nick attributes the majority of his success and character development to his friends and family that encouraged and believed in him even when he didn’t.You can find Nickolas Natali on...Website: can find That Entrepreneur Life on...Website: the show (
October 06, 2021
Episode 91 - Using Mindfulness to Live and Work Heroically with Christian de la Huerta
Join Andrew Lees, Clint McPherson, and Christian de la Huerta as they discuss the heroic qualities in mindfulness and in really knowing oneself. Christian reflects on a famous line by Victor Frankl that says, “Everything can be taken from a man but one thing: the last of the human freedoms—to choose one’s attitude in any given set of circumstances.” As he explains the must-have traits for entrepreneurs, redefines heroism, and shares how he tripled his income during COVID, Christian also opens up about his book, Awakening The Soul of Power.In this episode you will learn:Why does having persistence and a sense of mission matter?Meditation is like running the miles before the marathon.Our brains are just like computers…What can we learn from Viktor Frankl? Step into power in ways congruent to who you are.And so much more!About Christian de la Huerta:De la Huerta was born in Havana, Cuba and is the son of prominent Cuban psychiatrist René de la Huerta. His family left Cuba when he was ten, and he spent the rest of his childhood and early adulthood in Milledgeville, Georgia, and Miami, Florida. He is an alumnus of Belen Jesuit Preparatory and then graduated with honors in psychology from Tulane University. After residing in San Francisco for twenty years, de la Huerta is currently residing again in South Florida within the Coconut Grove area.You can find Christian de la Huerta on...Website: can find That Entrepreneur Life on...Website: the show (
September 29, 2021
Episode 90 - Learn How to Write to Your Audience with Digital Marketing Expert and Book Publisher Dr. Morissa Schwartz
Join Andrew Lees, Clint McPherson, and Dr. Morissa Schwartz as they talk about what it takes to publish a book the right way. When Dr. Morissa first self-published at 17, aside from releasing the book on the hottest platform, she didn't know what else she needed to do. But today, as the Founder of GenZ Publishing and Dr. Rissy Writing & Marketing, Dr. Morissa speaks about their process of publishing books with authors, how GenZ Publishing caters to all of their client's experiences, how effective copywriting works, and the critical points that every self-publisher should focus on when publishing their very 1st book.In this episode you will learn:Early exposure to entrepreneurship plants seeds of curiosity.How is GenZ Publishing different from other publishing companies?Where does an effective copywriter start?Morissa's process of getting to know who to publishWhat should a self-publisher focus on when releasing a book?and so much more!About Dr. Morissa Schwartz:Morissa Schwartz, MS, D. Litt is a bestselling author who has helped thousands of businesses grow through her powerful writing; Morissa holds a Master's in communication and a Doctorate in Literature from Drew University. Her team has grown with her over the years. They are all passionate wordsmiths, focused on helping businesses share their key messages with the world.You can find Dr. Morissa Schwartz on...Website:                       mo@drrissy.comYou can find That Entrepreneur Life on...Website: the show (
September 22, 2021
Episode 89 - The Importance of Starting a Business Lean and Proving a Concept with Lorraine Ball
Join Clint McPherson and Lorraine Ball, the Architect behind Digital Toolbox, as she speaks about how businesses stay current in the digital landscape, what managers are and what they are not, SEO, and the questions that get you closer to your market online. Lorraine also explains Digital Toolbox and the role digital marketing plays in answering the right questions that help define who you are as a brand. She believes that for a brand to truly create a solid connection to its market, entrepreneurs need to learn how to stop crashing to parties they don't belong in.In this episode you will learn:What's the difference between a business owner and an entrepreneur?As a manager, what is your primary purpose?Pretty much every business's customer is online.What do you need to find out about your online market?When you think you have an answer, find out the question it corresponds to on Google. …and so much more.About Lorraine Ball:Lorraine is the architect behind Digital Toolbox. With 40 years of marketing experience, (wow that makes her sound old), she has developed hundreds of training programs and tools which have helped business owners achieve digital marketing success. The best of those tools are collected here, in the Digital Toolbox.Lorraine also hosts More than a Few Words, a marketing conversation for business owners featuring interviews with marketing professionals from around the globe.You can find Lorraine Ball on...Website: can find That Entrepreneur Life on...Website: the show (
September 15, 2021
Episode 88 - How to Build MVP Software Applications with Geordie Wardman
Join Andrew Lees and Smokejumper-Turned Software Developer Geordie Wardman as they talk about how he transitioned to entrepreneurship and programming from working as a firefighter for years. Geordie shares the entrepreneurial steps he took to achieve sustainability in his career, the importance of starting lean in a business, how transformative coaching can prove to be, and what he gives attention to as an entrepreneur to ensure the outcomes that really matter.In this episode you will learn: What can I do that will allow me to work from anywhere?About MVPs or Minimum Viable ProductsWhat is machine learning most useful for?A good coach transforms you, but how?“Finish the task at hand, or nothing gets done.” …and so much more.About Geordie Wardman:Geordie works with a small