Sherry Borzo

Entrepreneur People

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Entrepreneur People - Real Stories about real people that teach lessons in business and in life. For questions and communication best to reach me at sherry(at)storiedgifts(dot)com or find me on facebook as Sherry Borzo or twitter as twitter/dsmbuzz. Thanks for stopping by and for listening!

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Creators of original stellar protraits(TM); your personal vantage of the stars at a particular date and time. David and Michael talk about how they launched and are building their business providing people pieces of illuminating art.

I speak with Cecelia about her new book Write More, Stress Less and she shares ideas on how to face the many voices that make writing a challenge.

Two decades in the franchise industry having ridden the waves of all the economic events that occurred, i.e. dot-com bust and our current recession, have made Sean McGarry not only knowledgeable but extremely wise as to... more

What are the primary reasons for the rise in healthcare costs? Numerous opinions abound but one woman found something tangible that made her realize that the buck might just stop at the billing. In this interview I speak with the founder of... more

We'll talk with the Browns about how they've found a niche and built a business delivering humor Jewish style.

We'll visit with Aisha about how she helps her clients and her unique connection in the community that has her cultivating business through relationships at the Des Moines, Iowa Farmer's Market.

Erik shares the story and insights he learned from interviews with businesses in the Amish community from his book "Success Made Simple. An Inside Look Into Why Amish Businesses Thrive."

We'll talk with one of the three founders behind the successful business called Surprise Industries about their unique business and the value of adding the impromptu to life. (please note! show is 45ish minutes long and I had a tech... more

Mortgage Consultant Tyler Osby talks about the current state of the mortgage lending industry and how he has managed to build his business in a changed economy.
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