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On their inaugural episode of American Dream Launcher Radio, Steve Gordon and Dana Reeves share why they have joined forces and what they are doing to help entrepreneurs solve their most pressing and painful business problems.
Steve, founder of American Dream Launcher, is a successful entrepreneur twenty-five years in the making. He started his first business with an old Dodge pickup truck, $125 and a dream of building a better future for his family. Steve's biggest challenge? He had no idea where to begin. It wasn't easy, but he figured out along the way how to build and grow a profitable business, and sold his company in 2013. Steve's focus has since shifted to helping other entrepreneurs achieve their dreams. His refreshingly straightforward approach to business is reflected in his real-life accounts of the ups and downs of his life as an entrepreneur.
Dana, American Dream Launcher's director of marketing, started her career twenty-five years ago in the building design and construction industry and, after a decade, took a sharp right turn into the dot-com and startup arena. She knew then that she had found her true professional home. Dana's avant-garde approach to marketing helps entrepreneurs stop spinning their wheels and do the work it takes to connect with their customers, build their brand, and grow their business.
With one in four Americans upside down in their homes the American Dream has become inverted. 10.8 million people will consider walking out of their homes and starting over. What is involved in making this choice and how does it square with middle class morality or even religion?
Starting your own business can make your American dream come true or be your worst nightmare. It all depends on your commitment and you passion to succeed. It is not that difficult if you use the tools and guidelines available to everyone. Why your business plan is important but you can write it in 30 minutes or less.
My co-host is Barry Thomsen, President at Business Marketing Ideas, A Best Selling Author, and Business Coach. Barry knows that the life of a small business person is not all fun and profits, but sometimes problems and even disasters can be overcome.Barry uses stories, humor and serious content in his speeches to drive home important points. He will help make your takeaway memorable, valuable, and give you many useful ideas.
Tune in and listen with different filters and you may find that one thing to change everything for the better!!
Check Barry out @ www.idealetter.com/barrybio.htm
Is America lost? Where we going? How did we get where we are? Why do we not hear a vision for America anymore? Today, your host, Bob Kirkconnell, Author of American Heart of Darkness, will explore these critical issues. In your host's lifetime a vision for America seemed to die along with the transformational leaders assassinated in the '60s. We will discuss:
What was the American Dream at the time of the American Revolution?
What is it now, or do we even have one?
Where are we going?
Any nation or organization for that matter has to have a vision of what it is trying to accomplish. Go into any hospital and you are likely to see it on the wall. Many schools and businesses do the same. When is the last time you saw a vision, or dream, for America? We need to talk!!
American Dream Launcher Radio is thrilled to welcome Howard Hatfield back to the show! Howard is CEO of Blue Line 24/7, a premier risk management service group, and former FBI Assistant Special Agent in Charge (ASAC) of the Bureau's Atlanta Division. Dana Reeves will be talking with Howard about your online brand - what that is, how to protect it, and what to do when negative information about you and/or your company is posted on social media or consumer review sites. They will also discuss steps you can take to protect yourself and your business online.
To dream...the impossible dream...to reach the unreachable star...
My guest today...Rudy Segovia who reached the American Dream. His story in CHOICES, awe-inspiring CHOICES revealed by successful entrepreneurs.
The CHOICE was clear, RICH or POOR? How the son of migrant farm workers reached the AMERICAN DREAM.
Rudy was born in Laredo, Texas. Parents were migrant farm workers traveling to Arizona to pick cotton and to Idaho and North Dakota to work in the potato fields. At age eight, Rudy worked in the fields alongside other farm worker's children.
When his family moved to Chicago in 1967, Rudy made a CHOICE to stay in school because he didn't want to work in a factory like his parents did. Rudy became the first member of his family to graduate High School.
Sales and an EPIPHANY...etc.
Change your life, change your thinking...etc.
See yourself as the person you ...etc.
The journey to...etc.
THE AMERICAN DREAM...etc.
in Real Estate
Subject: The State of Housing in Black California (Policy Conference)
Theme: "The Stolen American Dream", October 16-17, 2014.
1. The State of Housing in Black California (Policy Conference): The Stolen American Dream
2. CAREB, The Real Estate Trade Association
3. The Policy Conference: Agenda
4. Membership to CAREB
Direct: (619) 454-3339
President of the California Association of Real Estate Brokers
President of the National Association of Real Estate Broker National Political Action Committee
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Steve Gordon and Dana Reeves will be talking with Allison Stackpole, founder and lead designer of BLO Vintage Jewelry, about how she got her start, where her inspiration comes from, the challenges - and joys - of having her pieces sold in retail locations nationwide, and the role philanthropy plays in her business.
BLO Vintage is a unique Atlanta-based jewelry line that incorporates vintage and antique whistles, harmonicas, and pitch pipes into each piece, combining elements of design, history and personal safety. BLO Vintage offers five collections: Breathe, Boheme, Harmony, Dream, and Pitch. Each design incorporates a vintage or antique whistle, harmonica or pitch pipe, varying from a beautifully crafted railroad station Masters's whistle, circa 19th century England, to a petite, sweet-sounding sterling silver toy whistle from America in the 70s. Designed with a sense of whimsy and combining form with function, BLO Vintage offers a truly unique experience for the wearer. Through her extraordinary line of one of kind pieces, Allison uses a variety of mixed metals, rich deerskins, vintage silks and organic stones which are all blended to enhance the history and personality of each unique piece. BLO Vintage is a proud supporter of the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.