Episodes Tagged with “entrepreneurship”
We found 5 episodes of Enjoyable Listen Time with the tag “entrepreneurship”.
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Episode 13: Austin Church
August 8th, 2017
1 hr 22 mins
austin church, business growth, entrepreneurship, freelance, grabbling
Austin Church is a successful entrepreneur, business consultant, and author of Grabbling, his first childrens' book and recently successful Kickstarter campaign.
Episode 11: Chris and George Talk: Doing the Work
June 29th, 2017
29 mins 28 secs
admin, business, design, entrepreneurship, parenting, podsnack
Chris and George are DOING THE WORK on this short (podsnack, if you will) episode of Enjoyable Listen Time. This week brings us a conversation about the nature of work (i.e. overwork) and how sick we are of telling everyone that we’re “so busy”. The “cult of busy” is a force to be reckoned with and we’re gonna fight it with all we got. Go to a baseball game. Get outside. Talk to your kids.
Episode 3: Shawn Carson
March 16th, 2017
53 mins 15 secs
3 roots capital, entrepreneur, entrepreneurship, funding, knoxville, shawn carson, ut research foundation
On this week’s Enjoyable Listen Time, we talk with Shawn Carson of Three Roots Capital and the University of TN Research Foundation. Hear how important it is to Keep Your Act Together as an entrepreneur in East Tennessee on the hunt for the right idea, the right funding, and the right customer.
Episode 2: The Central Collective
March 9th, 2017
38 mins 22 secs
central collective, club rules, dale mackey, entrepreneurship, fried pies, photography, shawn poynter
On this week’s Enjoyable Listen Time, we’re talking with Dale Mackey and Shawn Poynter, creators of The Central Collective. Tune in to hear more about fried pies, national photography and good sports and learn how their good cop/bad cop dynamic (and their shunning of pleated pants), resulted in a fun, creative space for our community.
Episode 1: Bill Foster
March 2nd, 2017
33 mins 3 secs
bill foster, branding, design, entrepreneurship, navy, photography
Bill Foster, photographer of the famous and “mildly well-known,” talks with Chris McAdoo and George Middlebrooks about dodging chairs in the US Navy, shooting celebrities on stage, and fighting iPads at Bonnaroo. Bill discusses the importance of learning to accept criticism, be objective and not be an a**hole.