This week on The Business Over Beer Podcast, we go after the Squatchers with Larry Sharpe, Managing Director of The Neo-Sage Group, Host of The Sharpe Way and 2018 New York State Gubernatorial Candidate for the Libertarian Party.
Larry shares with us his journey to entrepreneurship, which started well before he owned his first business. After his father passed away when he was just 12 years old, and in need of positive male role models, Larry found what he was looking for in the US Marine Corp, serving for 7 years.
After leaving the Marines, Larry helped his mom, an addict, get out of prison. With a felony conviction, Larry watched her become a hostage to every job she had, ultimately starting a business with her so she could be the boss and take control of her life. A business that she ran all the way until her retirement.
Welcome back to the second biggest podcast in the Pacific Northwest behind only The Sasquatch Hunters, for part 2 of our interview with Drs. Kyle, Tiffany and Cody, Co-Founders of Life Force Chiropractic in Vancouver, WA.
On this episode of Business Over Beer, we learn how their Midwestern mentality and a little small town feel, combined with a near death experience, has defined their practice and has led them down a path of service to their community and striving for improved health and wellness for all.
When you hear the word “chiropractor”, you probably don’t think of things like neurological function or healing from within. But for the past 3 years, the Founders at Life Force Chiropractic in Vancouver, WA, Doctors Kyle Kurscheidt, Tiffany Thorne and Cody Kurscheidt, have built a practice with Hope, Health and Healing at the center of their Vision.
On this episode of Business Over Beer, we learn about some of the history of Chiropractic, part of the journey that drew these doctors to chiropractic medicine, and all about how they work to give their patients, of ALL ages, a better life.
Business Over Beer Episode 68 with Jake Kaempf, Founder & CEO of the Everyday Company
In this week’s episode of the Business Over Beer podcast, we welcome Jake Kaempf back to the program for part 2 of his interview. The Founder and CEO of The Everyday Company breaks down the fundamental mindsets needed to be a successful entrepreneur. Also, you’ll recall we mentioned in Part 1 of his interview, that Jake’s brand development company, Amprsnd, was going through a merger. Here in Part 2, he tells us all about his new company, and how taking a technology first approach will compliment his existing brand development business.
The Everyday Company is the first of its kind, AI Powered branding technology and service company, using cutting edge machine learning technology to collect, aggregate and interpret the latent data associated with the signals of a brand, and tracks where brands are appearing in conversations and through user generated content in digital media. The platform has wide ranging uses across industries that empowers employees who needs better data for their decision making.
Business Over Beer Episode 67 with Jake Kaempf, Founder & CEO of The Everyday Company
This week on the Business Over Beer podcast, we welcome Jake Kaempf, Founder and CEO of The Everyday Company.
In Part 1 of this interview, we learn that Jake was very entrepreneurial and obsessed with brand even from a young age. He shares with us his philosophy and approach to branding, specifically, that brand lives at the intersection of operation, finance, and demand creation. And while design is an important aspect of branding, his agency differentiates itself by bringing a more tangible and measurable approach to branding.
At the time of this recording, Jake was still running the agency he founded called Amprsnd, a Brand Development Agency specializing in insight, strategy, and implementation of brands. And, as you will learn in part 2 of the interview, they have since gone through a merger and have created The Everyday Company. Stay tuned for that.
On this episode of The Business Over Beer Podcast, we are back with Part 2 of our interview with Michael Pan, Founder of Pan’s Mushroom Jerky.
In the last episode we learned all about Michael’s journey that led him to the carpet on Shark Tank. In this episode, he shares with us his experience on the show, what it was like to make a pitch to the Sharks, and why getting a deal was so emotional.
As Michael shared with us, getting a deal on Shark Tank does not guarantee success, but it sets him up for a new and exciting phase of his business, and we couldn’t be more happy for him and his success.