Your host Jayson Dombele is a 17 year old entrepreneur who interviews powerful and innovative business leaders as they share their business firm secret sauce to marketing, sales growth and brand building
In this podcast your host Jayson Dombele interviews Jonte Hall a professional basketball player who faced so much adversity on his come up to success. He been offered to join the poverty welfare lifestyle, to being around a toxic environment and being rejected from basketball teams because of his height. Now, that he reached to where he dreamed to lay his feet Jonte created a brand that allow people of all age to follow their dreams regardless of their height. Tune into the podcast and discover his secret sauce!
Follow Jonte Hall:
Personal Instagram: @tootallhall7
Brand Instagram: @jontenotsosmall
In this episode our host Jayson Dombele interviews a startup legend and venture capitalist Sonar Nagar. Sonia explains why studying at Harvard have projected her future as entrepreneur and why she also value high-end education. To the keep the fire lit Sonia have shared strategies on how her company have raised over $1 million dollars of capital from a seed investment. And better yet she shows her venture capital side and lets us get some secrets on what type of businesses VC's invest in. Don't miss out and tune into the podcast!
In this podcast our host Jayson Dombele had an opportunity to bring another mind-blowing individual in the panel! Ricky Carruth who was the #1 RE/MAX agent in Alabama 2017 have went through a rough start when entering into the real estate industry. There was one secret sauce that he have discovered which led him to close 138 housings collecting 43 million dollars in sales! Tune in to the podcast to discover what was the secret sauce
Our host Jayson Dombele brought in another amazing podcast showcasing Shane Gregoire, a 18 year old serial entrepreneur who worked his way up opening multiple successful companies while dominating his game on YouTube and Instagram. He understands the pseudo social profiles many young individuals look up to but he drops the heat with some great advice on how to stay on your lane and pursue your dream.
Our host Jayson Dombele invited a very exclusive guest Myke Metzger who is a digital consultant and entrepreneur who subsided from his passion & dreams to follow a wrong group of people. Myke lost everything from supportive family members, money, a cheating girlfriend and even ended up in jail for 1 month. But, that wasn't the end to everything. He decided to take that U-Turn in his life and change things up for the better! Tune in to this episode to see what secret sauce Myke had with him this whole time that allowed him to turn his life around and become successful.
In this podcast I interviewed a legend Dave Meltzer who is the CEO of Sports1 Marketing which is a leading sports agency both in America and also around the whole world. To get to this position Dave went through so much trial and error and he has great key points and lessons that helped him move forth both as an entrepreneur and a human being.
In this podcast I interview Anthony Iannarino and he shares some powerful content about how to build a strong consultant empire and what skill set you can aquire to build and grow you agency. Throughout this podcast Anthony also shares some red flags you all should be aware about when surfing information online about business. We also talk about how you can become a effective and innovative speaker. Tune in now and I’m telling you this is a podcast episode you don’t want to win!
In this podcast I interview Matthew Smith who is a 17 year old serial entrepreneur who been working on startups since he was a freshman in highschool. The journey was really difficult as he went by 4 startups with failure. But to Matthew it wasn’t “failure” that he went through but those experiences were lessons he learned to build an amazing startup he is growing today. Tune In with us for some powerful content.
In this podcast I had a chance to interview another role model of mine Austin Valleskey who is 19 year old serial entrepreneur who developed 5 apps [1 app was top rated], and now is working on another company called Hallway. Austin talks to us about how simplicity allowed him to take a top spot in the app store charts and how he used every opportunity that came his way to build his credibility.
In this podcast Victor Arellano and Ralph talk about the struggles they find other people encounter and how they used that struggle to turn it into a business idea to help those who are in need while growing their business bootstrapped. Tune in for more info!
This is my first public speech about my life evolving from it's trenches to becoming an entrepreneur,founder of Documented Press, a podcast host and steps I took to get there. Tune in to some powerful content!
In this episode I talk to Shelley Young Chef and CEO of The Chopping Block as she shares constructive and informative advice about having strong relationships with employers and employees in the business environment and how that can shape your business success.
In this episode I interview the co-founders of ClearMaze Jamal Syed, Nadim Kerdjoudj and Mustafa Hoda as they share information about growing their business idea into an tech company. They also share how they worked together with 4 co-founders in the team in growing and expanding their business.
In this episode we have our very first special guest, Casey Adams, who shares how he built his personal brand and what led his self-branding strategies help him open a branding consultant company. Listen to this podcast for the secret sauce!
In this podcast I had a chance to talk to Rocio Lane about how she is growing her native Chicago business which revolves around cleaning Airbnb units, and shares the secret sauce to how she evolves both as a person and with her business!
In this podcast I have interviewed Eddie Zipperstein [Founder of Richard's Body Shop] in how he grew a business around the auto industry. Eddie shares us how he received the business from his father at $200,000 in monthly revenue and how he grew the business to $500,000 in monthly revenue. Don't forget to note the growth hacking tips