Meet Molly Montgomery, the auditor-turned-entrepreneur who founded a rapidly growing consulting business called Ascension. Her company specializes in helping small, innovative businesses focus on what they do best – changing the world –
Meet Heather Petersen, the founder and CEO of National Merchants Association, a country-wide organization that provides merchant advocacy, payment processing and a lot more. The NMA have helped thousands of merchants globally get fair processing rates and adopt new technology through the last 10+ years.
Meet Vinnie Fisher, an ex-lawyer who shook the online world by building three 8-figure businesses. Today, Vinnie focuses most of his efforts on FullyAccountable, a next-gen accountancy and consulting service that helps companies get their internal structure and processes in order.
Many aspiring entrepreneurs are looking for that magic productivity pill – for some exotic secret of how to do more.
While the “master hack” for productivity hasn’t been discovered yet,
Meet Chef Maneet Chauhan, an Indian-born celebrity who came to the US with nothing but a hotel management diploma and became one of the well-known names in the restaurant business.
Some people think that success happens accidentally. And, they’re partially right – there are too many variables in this world for us to be in control of everything.
Others think that success is predestined for the chosen ones.
Meet Vajid Jafri, the Pakistanian engineer who brought so much innovation to the global travel industry he even forgot to patent it all. Vajid introduced a completely new level of service to the travel business and successfully grew his 2-man operation to a multi-million dollar company.
Meet Mark Secchia, a guy who took it one step further – perhaps even more than one. Mark created a leading food delivery business in China at the time when China didn’t even have the proper license for a food delivery business,
Sales is a funny business. Just when you think you know something, it turns out you were completely off the target. And, just when you think something is impossible, you land a billion dollar client.
I like startups. I like to think of them as of potentially huge businesses who’re simply confused about what it is they’re selling and who they’re selling to.