I spent much of my youth wanting to be a professional drummer. I dreamed of touring the world with the likes of The Rolling Stones but there was always something else that nagged at me, that I believe kept me from really pushing for “life on the road”.
It didn’t take long after graduating college and taking on a few jobs to realize that I was an entrepreneur and I would never be satisfied working for someone else. You could call me a serial entrepreneur as I have launched a variety of successful companies over the years. While I did eventually become a professional musician, it wasn’t touring the world and it wasn’t as the drummer for The Stones, but it did in fact lead to yet another successful endeavor, the owner of a management/booking agency.
I consider myself a student. I study success; voraciously seeking nuggets from my many mentors, (both famous and not), who share what they have learned throughout their journeys to greatness. I have used some of those takeaways in building my own formula for prosperous businesses over the past two decades.
I believe the ultimate gift is to share what I've learned, with the world, in the hopes I might help others to succeed. So in addition to being a student, I also consider myself a teacher.
In addition to my achievements, I've also made my share of mistakes. The key is to learn from those mistakes and to help others potentially avoid some of them.
This is what this site aims to provide…I hope you find a nugget or two!
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How To Choose An Accountant For Your Small Business with John Briggs from Incite Tax & AccountingSeptember 8, 2021
Females In Business with Rachel EdlichAugust 27, 2021
Jordan Montgomery InterviewAugust 20, 2021
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