Posts Tagged ‘entrepreneurship’

Be A Kingmaker – Interview with John Ramstead

John has been married for 26 years to his best friend and has three sons. It has been six years since a near fatal accident changed the trajectory of his life. With a miracle from God, his family and friends he is using this second chance to help leaders live beyond influence.

As John recovered he sought direction on why God saved him and what He now wants him to do. This led John to a new calling: take this second chance and pour into other leaders to equip and inspire them to accomplish what has been inspired in them.

John’s career as Navy F-14 pilot, entrepreneur, Fortune 500 management team member and board chair has equipped him to serve others towards extraordinary lives and businesses so they can lead beyond influence.

A Culture of Innovation – Interview with Dr. Yoram Solomon

Yoram is a serial entrepreneur, a professor of entrepreneurship in three universities (two in Texas and one in Israel), author of 8 books, 22 patents, more than 200 articles at Inc. magazine and Innovation Excellence, and ranked as one of the top 40 innovation bloggers in each of the last three years. His specialty is in building innovation cultures.

Udemy’s Top Instructor – Interview with Alex Genadinik

Alex Genadinik is a successful entrepreneur and he is passionate about helping other entrepreneurs who are just starting their entrepreneurial journey. He manages 200 different products and services online, all aimed at helping entrepreneurs plan, start and grow their businesses.

Be Honest With Yourself – Tony Federico

Tony is the VP of Marketing for, author of “Paleo Grilling: A Modern Caveman’s Guide to Cooking with Fire”, and is a Physiology Editor for the Journal of Evolution and Health. Since graduating in 2006 with a degree in Health and Human Performance, he has successfully trained thousands of clients in diet and nutrition, run multiple fitness centers, lectured at academic conferences, hosted a top-rated podcast for Paleo Magazine, and much much more. His unique background has provided him with experience as both an entrepreneur and an employee and today on Bet The Jockey we are going to hear more from Tony about the lessons he’s learned from these experiences and why he thinks that there are distinct advantages to combining these two paths into a “middle way” that he calls “intrapreneurship”.