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Entrepreneurs on Fire

John Lee Dumas is the founder and host of the award winning podcast, Entrepreneurs On Fire. With over 100 million listens of his 3000+ episodes, JLD has turned Entrepreneurs On Fire into a media empire that generates over a million listens every month and 7-figures of NET annual revenue 8-years in a row. His first traditionally published book, The Common Path to Uncommon Success is the modern day version of Think and Grow Rich with a revolutionary 17-step roadmap to financial freedom and fulfillment. Learn more at UncommonSuccessBook.com
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Now displaying: November, 2020
Nov 17, 2020

Eben Pagan started his online business in 2001 from his bedroom, with just a computer, selling a book of dating advice. He built the company to 80 full-time employees, and $30 million in sales, 100% virtually, no office. In 2007, offered his first course on how to grow a business to the $10 million per year level, called Altitude. His students, clients, and people he's mentored have done billions of dollars in sales. He has been interviewed by Tony Robbins and Larry King on how to find opportunity and build a successful company.

Top 3 Value Bombs:

1. It’s incredibly hard for an average human being to figure out what they want.

2. If you know how to listen for and ask to get at that thing that someone is trying to do in their life, and help them to make a plan to do it, that’s when you become valuable.

3. Take coaching seriously. Commit to your coaching career, or atleast, commit to adding coaching to your career.

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Nov 16, 2020

Clay Clark is the former U.S. SBA Entrepreneur of the Year, founder of 6 multi-million dollar companies, Forbes Contributor, author of 13 books & host of 6-times iTunes chart-topping podcast (with 1,980 episodes).

Top 3 Value Bombs:

1. If you get one interruption, it takes 10-20 minutes to refocus and remember what you’re talking about.

2. Be willing to pick up the hammer and hit the nail, even if it may hit your thumb. If you hit your thumb often, eventually you’ll get better.

3. If you get one interruption, it takes 10-20 minutes to refocus and remember what you’re talking about.

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Nov 13, 2020

Greg is a Wealth Advisor/Investment Banker with Sentinus. Previously, he was the founding partner at Coldwater Financial and worked at Bear Stearns, Koch Industries & Northern Trust. He is graduate of Creighton University and received an MBA from the University of Chicago's Booth School of Business.

Paul West is a Managing Partner at Carson Wealth Management in Omaha, Nebraska.  Paul also has previous experience as a President/COO and as a Director of Captial Professional Advisors in the Greater Omaha Area.

Top 3 Value Bombs:

1. Take advantage of mega-trends through time. Try to identify what those are and align portions of your portfolio to take advantage of those.

2. Never sacrifice your own personal plan to take care of other things.

3. You have to avoid the sense of envy from what somebody else is saying or what you see at the stocks screen.

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Nov 11, 2020

Dr. Michael Rea founded Rx Savings Solutions, a prescription drug savings software tool, that is used by health plans and Fortune 500 employers to help their members better understand the pharmacy benefit and make more informed decisions.

Brad is a former nuclear submarine officer. Worked in cost estimating engineering for BASF Chemicals. In 2018 left the corporate world to start his own cookie company "Fat and Weird Cookie Co".

Top 3 Value Bombs:

1. Enthusiasm is common and endurance is rare.

2. Entrepreneurs are out there that are willing to help you. Find someone that is willing to be a mentor for you and start making things happen.

3. You need to surround yourself with A-players. Find people that are smarter than you. That will lead you to success.

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Nov 10, 2020

Austin is an esteemed leader and results-oriented individual with vast international experience that helped nurture an extensive globalnetwork through professional athletics. He successfully led organizations to major championships and playoff berths by using;interpersonal skills, cultural competence, mentoring, project management, forecasting and budgeting skills.

Top 3 Value Bombs:

1. You will have your bad days, but it shall definitely pass.

2. Accept, do not expect.

3. Learn how to deal with rejection, soon your time will come, and you too can succeed.

Connect with Austin - Austin's Instagram

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Nov 9, 2020

Mary Kyle is a Senior Technology Recruiter at First National Bank of Omaha where she leads efforts for technology hiring strategy, recruiting and coaching students.

MartieCordaro is President of the Omaha Storm Chasers and Union Omaha. He was previously the Baseball America Minor League Executive of the Year and PCL Executive of the Year.

Top 3 Value Bombs:

1. Whether you’re in sales or not, be a celebrity of influence in the world that you live in.

2. Map out a plan so you can focus on what you want to accomplish during a time.

3. Personal branding is important. That branding starts in college with your reputation, how your peers and professors recognize you, your academic achievements, volunteering and so on.

Connect with Mary on LinkedIn - Mary's LinkedIn

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Nov 6, 2020

Mr. Brown is responsible for the federal, state, and local public and government relations for TuSimple. Working with legislators and regulators on best practices for safety, commercial viability, and policies. He works on building coalitions of industry, OEMs, Tier 1 providers, associations, and academics in the autonomous vehicle industry. Prior to TuSimple, he worked for the state of California, was Vice President at the Mitchell Firm, taught at Oxford University and University of California, San Diego.

Jon Panzer is the Senior Vice President of Technology & Strategic Planning at the Union Pacific Railroad. Jon has been an influential leader across UP for the last 24 years.

Top 3 Value Bombs:

1. Transportation industry isn’t as exciting as technology and aerospace. There’s a lot of technology involved, movement, and being more sophisticated with e-commerce as consumers demand an interest change.

2. Get excited about automation. Be open minded. Realize that it is not tomorrow, it will be incremental. As we go on in our lives, there will be more automated kiosks and robot in the streets. Automation is here. As a country and as a society, it is a key thing to keep us moving forward.

3. Logistics is about getting goods to where it needs to be. It’s from the beginning of the manufacturing process to warehousing and then distribution to stores and e-commerce where people purchase it. Logistics make sure all that happens behind the scenes without hiccups.

Connect with Robert on LinkedIn - Robert's LinkedIn

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Nov 4, 2020

Kelsey Ruwe is the Chief of Staff at Carson Group, overseeing Talent, Human Resources and Corporate Communications. Currently, she oversees the construction, design and development of Carson’s new $80M headquarters.

Liz Ernst is a Training Specialist at Flywheel, working with both the Training & Development Manager and Sales leadership to ensure the Sales team has the tools they need to be successful in their work.

Top 3 Value Bombs:

1. Don’t be afraid of doing things that don’t scale. It’s worth making sure that you keep it as part of your company.

2. Culture means so much. Focus on it. Always listen to your stakeholders. Adapt to it. Favor the stakeholders because if you give them an edge, they will give you a mile.

3. We still need to meet our goals and be productive, just in a different way. We all need to do that by giving each other grace.

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Nov 3, 2020

Keith is a First Vice President of Wealth Management and Family Wealth Director at Morgan Stanley. This designation substantiates Keith's 20+ years of serving the needs of his clients.

Bob is a Principal and team leader of the Office Property Division at Colliers International Denver, where over the past three decades, has quickly become one of the top brokers. one of the top brokers in Colorado.

Top 3 Value Bombs:

1. Having personal relationships and sit down face-to-face and having actual conversations through a subject matter matters.

2. Communication platforms could just expand more and more in the future. We’re going to see a tremendous progression with how we communicate in the future.

3. The ability to access real-time data, and use that data to assist clients in making business decisions is paramount today and will be the cornerstone of business moving forward.

Connect with Keith on LinkedIn - Keith's LinkedIn

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Nov 2, 2020

Derek Leathers is the Vice Chairman, President and CEO of Werner Enterprises, a global industry leader. Leathers has over 29 years of experience in the transportation and logistics industry.

Top 3 Value Bombs:

1. Have an internal commitment to continuous learning and be open-minded - ask for feedback from other people.

2. Be hardworking in any business you would go into, focus on how many complicated problems you can solve, be visible, foster relationships with people who genuinely care about you, learn from them and spend time with them.

3. Recognize acceptable risks and take them.

Connect with Derek on LinkedIn - Derek's LinkedIn

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