TE 31: Patrick Whaley: Founder & CEO of Titin Tech

Patrick Whaley is the founder & CEO of Titin Tech, the world’s only weighted compression gear. Titin is doing extremely well, having revenues of $1,000,000+ in May of 2014 alone. Titin was also featured on Shark Tank and received an investment from Daymond John to help take his business to the next level.  In this […]

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TE 30: Greg Selkoe: Founder/CEO of Karmaloop

SHOW OVERVIEW Greg Selkoe is the founder & CEO of Karmaloop: the leading online retailer in cutting edge fashion and a one-stop shop for the verge culture. Karma loop did $150 million in sales in 2013 and currently has 150 employees.  In today’s episode you’ll learn: Greg’s backstory and how he was always a problem […]

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TE 29: Michael Goodroe: Overcoming Asperger’s

EPISODE SUMMARY Michael Goodroe has Asperger’s Syndrome, but refuses to let this control the way he lives life. At the age of 4, the doctor’s told Michael’s parents that he would not be able to go to school or ever live on his own. Instead of listening to the Doctor’s, Michael chose to live life […]

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TE 28: Alex Obert: Journey of a Frontman

EPISODE SUMMARY Alex Obert is the founder of Journey of a Front Man. The website transitioned from a journal of Obert’s attempts to become a front man of a rock group to an interview site featuring front men of all types. Obert offers his definition of a front man, talks about his love of music, […]

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TE 27: Ryan Kulp: A Serial Entrepreneur

EPISODE SUMMARY Ryan Kulp has been an entrepreneur from the time he could walk. At 10, he was selling popsicles he made by freezing KoolAid. In the 7th Grade, he was kicked out of school for selling fireworks on campus. By his Senior year in High School, he’d left his parents home and was working […]

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TE 26: Chris Krimitsos: A Legacy of Support

Quick Show Overview Son of Greek immigrants, Chris was an entrepreneur since the age of 13. He eventually would get into trouble for selling candy in school. Afterwards, his mother told him, “just don’t get caught” and continued to buy him bubble gum to sell. Now, Chris runs Tampa Bay Business Owners in Tampa Bay, […]

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TE 25: Wicked Good Cupcakes with Tracey and Scott Noonan

Today’s guests were featured on the hit ABC TV show, Shark Tank. For those who aren’t familiar with WickedGoodCupcakes, the three-year old company’s trademark packaging (in a Mason Jar), sets them apart, and lets them ship their baked goods nationwide. Tracey and Scott are here today to talk about their company, their visit with the […]

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TE 24: Jodi-Tatiana Charles-Defining Who You Are

HELLO, CREATIVE REBELS! The show opening for today’s podcast was the voice of Jordan’s sister, Morgan. Morgan obtained her first job outside of family employment, after applying to work for Chick-Fil-A four times! The first time she applied, she was denied. The second time, Chick-Fil-A lost her application. The third time she applied, there was […]

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TE 23: Ollie Forsyth- Dyslexic Teenage Entrepreneur

Ollie Forsyth is a 16 year old from the United Kingdom who is running two businesses. His first business, an online gift shop began three years ago selling friendship bracelets and has expanded to sell many other fashion accessories. In this episode, you’ll learn several things about and from Ollie’s life: How to respond to […]

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TE 22: Jordan Romero-Youngest person to Summit Mt. Everest

Today’s guest, Jordan Romero, became the youngest human in the world to summit Mt. Everest before the age of 13 years, 10 months and 10 days. But, his life remains before him. He hasn’t lived his life, he has a life to live. In this episode, you’ll be challenged to consider what it is you want […]

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