I had a great time talking shop with Greg Lehman, Owner of Watershed Distillery. His story is an inspiring story about how plans can change along an entrepreneurial journey. Being open to change and letting others help you is key in so many of the stories this season, but I think I saved one of the best for last, I hope you enjoy it as much as I did!
Episode 7’s Toni Teague Bell is a writer, producer, on-air talent and founder of Phoenix Consulting Company, a performance consulting firm that designs and facilitates trainings, retreats and symposia.
Working with corporations, non-profits and universities, Toni has inspired thousands. She sat down with me to share some wisdom and advice from her 18+ year entrepreneurial journey – enjoy!
GiveBackHack is an event near & dear to my heart, and it’s also where Sarah Woods accidentally started her company, Shatter. Based on a powerful idea of how to help women shatter the glass ceiling, the Shatter story may just inspire you to turn your passion into a business, too.
An entrepreneurial lawyer specializing in entrepreneurial law, that’s Episode 5’s Demetrius Robinson, founder of Robinson Legal Group. Demetrius talks about his love of his job, his enthusiasm for helping entrepreneurs, when he started hiring specialists, and when you should reach out to a lawyer on your own entrepreneurial journey.
Episode 4 features Yasmine Robles, founders of Robles Designs, a website and branding firm for entrepreneurs hell-bent on taking over the world. Yasmine talks about how she has already made choices in her first 2 years of business to help cultivate her ideal work-life balance and how she’s consciously aiming for the life he wants in the long run.
Jay Clouse is an entrepreneur, writer, podcaster, and my guest on Episode 3. We talk about the wide variety of things Jay’s done that led to the founding of Unreal Collective, and how he’s using what he’s learned on his personal journey to support other entrepreneurs.
Episode 2 features Branden & Bruce Jones, the co-founders of BLK Hack, a social enterprise network that helps African American entrepreneurs and people of color grow, nurture, and scale their businesses by providing access to an engaged and supportive entrepreneurial ecosystem. Hear how BLK Hack fills a need that they themselves encountered on their entrepreneurial journey and how they’ve grown in the years since their first business pitch.⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
Episode 1 premiers on SEPTEMBER 9th!
I’m thrilled to announce that my first guest on the very first episode of Greater Together is my dear friend Melissa Blackburn, Co-Founder of Haven. It’s hard to believe we met almost a decade ago, while we were both still working for a company, instead of for ourselves. Haven Collective is a GREAT co-working space on Riverside Drive, and they will be expanding to downtown in just a couple months! Hear what she has to say about her entrepreneurial journey and lessons learned along the way. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀