Do we think Slow Hustle movement is powerful? You betcha.
Business is hard. It’s fun, exciting, crazy and also stressful, depressing, debilitating. It’s the ultimate of roller coasters. Theme parks have nothing on it. After talking with dozens and dozens of entrepreneurs, I realized I am not the only one feeling these extreme emotions. They are actually universal and seemingly part of the entrepreneurs’ handbook (which doesn’t exist).
The issue is that almost no one discusses it. This is not something that people want to talk about. Because of this, most folks operate in a state of anxiety that is unhealthy for them, their businesses and, most importantly, their families.
This podcast chronicles my struggles and the struggles of countless other entrepreneurs. Through this act of story telling I attempt to uncover the underlying issues that cause this rollercoaster of emotions and strike to the core. Our guests and I share what has worked for us and what hasn’t worked. Through this experience we help many others with their struggles as entrepreneurs, business owners, salespeople, household managers, etc.
About me? I have a big family. Married with four kids and we believe that life happens outside of the walls of your home. In nature, with friends (new and old), in new surroundings, different climates, you get the picture. So we hit the road for a year. Here is that story.
Bringing the Slowness philosophy in to the physical world. I need reminders (almost daily) to slow down and appreciate what’s most important in life. Here is my attempt at that.
I have a mechanical engineering degree
Spent many of my college years going to school full time while interning
Started my first company in college where I ran it between classes and packed packages from midnight to 3 a.m.
I owned a lowrider truck in highschool named the Egyptian Creation. Oh, and it had hydraulics, wire wheels and bass for days. Ghetto as heck and loved every minute.
I used to have a tight fade and no beard
I owned (for a short period) 5 homes in Florida right before the real estate collapse. Evidently, you can learn a lot losing every dollar you’ve ever made.
Thanks for being here,