Business and BBQ
Summary: I am focused on helping entrepreneurs and small BUSINESS owners have and achieve what they dream of while maintaining a focus on what is important. I’ve seen too many entrepreneurs (myself included) put far too much ahead of the reasons they started their business in the first place. Losing sight of your “WHY” is a dangerous misstep on the road to financial freedom. That is where BBQ comes in! In my journey through starting and selling four businesses by the time I was 40, discovering my love for BBQ was the beginning of my departure from being a workaholic that wanted to make everything bigger!
Ken Channell is one of the most interesting and impactful executives I have come across. Join us for a discussion about strengths, weaknesses, and how to make the most of what you have.
The topic of this episode of the Business and BBQ Podcast is leading with value. Many people go through life just looking for what they want and need, expecting everyone else to help them on their timetable while never helping others.
Our guest on this episode of the Business and BBQ Podcast is a podcasting all-star, John Lee Dumas. After being a very successful businessman, John realized that while he was making good money, he was having to pay so much of it back in taxes and expend more time and energy into his work than he wanted to.
Brad Sumrok left the Rat Race and Retired in five years by focusing on wealth instead of income.
Charlie Calise knows advertising, and he knows where it’s headed.
I enjoyed talking about leadership, investing, the real estate market, and bonfires with my friend Kevin Ortner.
Let's discuss how to identify what is working in your business to get more of what you want.
One this episode of the Business and BBQ Podcast, we welcome a longtime friend, and well respected tax professional who has been helping Real Estate Investors minimize their tax exposure for more than two decades.
Tim interviews his friend Jeff Tennyson about entrepreneurship, work-life balance, organizational culture, and intentional leadership.
Tim Herriage talks about how your mindset and surroundings can impact your success.
Robert and Tim focus on practical advice entrepreneurs need to make sure their marketing is focused on what their customer wants, not what they want.
Procrastination is a common problem for entrepreneurs, and something that will kill your energy and productivity.
In this episode, I review Tiger Woods' achievements and relate them to three core principles for entrepreneurs.
In this episode Tim shares his ten favorite BBQ restaurants in the Dallas Fort Worth Metroplex.
The topic of this episode of the Business and BBQ Podcast is “getting back in the saddle.” This could mean different things to different people based on their business situation, but for Tim it means getting reacquainted with your business processes and making necessary adjustments.