Like many of you, I myself became an “accidental entrepreneur”. Listen to some of our latest episodes and learn more about our guests below.
Karl joins Mitch from Wisconsin to talk about the world of miniature golf and how he has turned it into a business for himself. You can watch him on a recent episode of ABC’s Holey Moley minigolf challenge.
Listen to Karl’s episode here.
Laurie joins Mitch on this episode to discuss how business owners are addressing online marketing and technology during our changing times, especially in light of the changes caused by the corona virus pandemic.
Listen to Laurie’s episode here.
Ron is the inventor of Extreme Mist Personal Cooling System (PCS) and Extreme Mist Portable Sanitizing System (PSS). He joins Mitch on this episode to talk about some of his outdoor adventures, his Extreme Mist invention and how he has pivoted his product to react to the COVID crisis.
Michele was kind enough to join Mitch for this episode, recorded right in the middle of the Coronavirus crisis. She offers a lot of insight about the state of business in New Jersey and how we move forward in light of all recent circumstances.
Bruce joins Mitch on this episode to discuss his 3rd-generation family-owned business and how he has grown and shaped the business into what it does today. You might be familiar with the other part and a better known name, of his business: Fabricland.
Melinda Emerson – The Small Biz Lady
On this episode, Melinda joins Mitch to discuss the problems with small businesses, why they fail and how we can help them to succeed. Be sure to subscribe to Melinda’s newsletter on her website.
Kerry is the founder and owner of The CIBN (Canadian Imperial Business Network) which hosts and runs almost 400 meetings a year to help small business owners network and grow their businesses. Join Mitch on this remote episode where he interviews Kerry from her home in Alberta, Canada.
Celestina joins Mitch to talk about the business of photography and how she made the transition from accounting & finance to portrait photography! Her story is compelling and a good lesson about career changes and transition.
Forbes has Gary on its Top 25 Business people to follow on Twitter. London-based Richtopia said Bizzo was on the List of the Philanthropists & Social Entrepreneurs Top 200 of 2017 and #99 in 2018 as one of the Most Influential Leaders in the World.
Miles is a Queens native and one of the best networkers I know. On this episode, Miles and I discuss his background, how he currently makes a living and his thoughts about how to be a good networker.
Listen to Miles’s episode here.
Ted is a leading Social Marketing Strategist, Photofy, CMO, Author, Speaker, and Provocateur. Ted was Chief Social Marketing Officer of Collective Bias (an early entrant to the content and influencer marketing space) and a principal shareholder until the November 2016 7-figure acquisition by Inmar
Lila is a New Jersey native and the owner of Let’s B Media, a media and digital marketing company. On this episode, Lila shares her experience in media, PR and advertising, as well as providing some advice for business owners looking to improve and grow their online web presence.
Sid Vaidya & Eric Gershey
Sid “Vee” is a commercial banker and a master networker. Eric is an entrepreneur, founder of Jaguar Apps, an avid networker and a public speaker. Together, they run Switch Events, a networking organization that brings business owners and professionals together in various locations in New Jersey. They also co-host a podcast, C3 Chat Show, which hit iTunes’ Top 50 Education Newcomer Podcast.
Dan has an MBA in Marketing and is the creator and owner of World Golf Network. This program is dedicated to business owners and decision makers that are serious about networking. The program supports both golfers and non-golfers and helps executives do more business in a social atmosphere.
Claudia is an immigrant, an entrepreneur and the owner/creator of Apex Building Services – a commercial cleaning company located in Clinton, NJ. On this episode, Claudia shares how she came to this country as a teenager without knowing a word of English and has worked her way up to college graduate and successful business owner.
Danny is an accomplished sales trainer and has been teaching the Sandler Sales system for more than 20 years. On this episode, Danny shares his background and experience, along with some tidbits about sales and how you can get started.
Jill is a self-taught entrepreneur and the owner/operator of Inside Credit, a company that provides credit reports, criminal and eviction searches, for landlords, property managers, real estate agents, human resource professionals, employers, recruiters and individuals hiring household care, childcare & eldercare.
Listen to Jill’s episode here.
Derek C. Wright
Derek is the co-founder of Vivo Launch Partners, a start-up incubator located in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. After selling his interest in a start-up software company about 16 months ago, Derek focuses his efforts on helping aspiring entrepreneurs to realize their dreams and increase their chances of success.
Listen to Derek’s episode here.
Mark is an Assistant Professor of Professional Practice in Public Relations in the School of Communication and Information at Rutgers University. He joins Mitch to discuss generation Z, what he has learned and how to make sense of it all.
Listen to Mark’s episode here.
Jim Tretola – “Let’s Talk Legal”
Jim, who is an eldercare consultant and a dementia specialist, joins Mitch to discuss how to deal with loved ones when its time for them to consider adult daycare, assisted living and even nursing home facilities.
*due to the COVID-19 crisis, the development and launch of Let’s Talk Legal has been put on hold.
Listen to Jim’s episode here.
Arielle Cassidy, the owner and creator of The Juice House in Garwood, NJ, joins Mitch to talk about her background, how she got started and advice she has for other women entrepreneurs.
Listen to Arielle’s episode here.
Jon is one of the best networkers around and owner of Progressive Payment Solutions & Progressive Capital Resources. He joins Mitch to discuss his background, experience in business and his advice for anyone getting started in networking.
Listen to Jon’s episode here.
Erich is the Director of Training & Technical Assistance at UCEDC, a nonprofit economic development corporation. In this episode, Erich joins Mitch to discuss the various educational and lending resources available through his organization.
Listen to Erich’s episode here.
Jasmine Hoffman, the Senior Director of Events at TechDay, joins Mitch for a post-conference debrief as well as to discuss the start-up world and her advice for businesses just getting going.
*Jasmine is no longer with TechDay. You can connect with her on LinkedIn.
Listen to Jasmine’s episode here.
Jack Killion, of networkallthetime.com, joins Mitch to discuss his story, experience and advice for all entrepreneurs out there. Jack had so much great information to share, we’ve released the interview in two parts.
Listen to part one of Jack’s episode here.
Listen to part two of Jack’s episode here.