Ep 108: Don’t call it a comeback with Ozeal



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Hey! Hey Hey!

I’m back feeling much better after being sick with the flu. Just recorded a short episode to keep you guys updated on the latest.

Excited to be back and bring you new episodes along with other new happenings in the works.

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Ep 107: Relationships, Personal Development and Freedom with Vincent Pugliese

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People like us value freedom, being our own boss, and doing what we LOVE to do and getting paid to do it, right? And, as much as we love entrepreneurship, it’s never an easy road to take and there’s always a price to pay for that kind of freedom lifestyle.

But, even with all the stressful setbacks and sacrifice involved in pursuing this road to freedom…

We wouldn’t have it any other way.

In this episode, I bring back my good friend, Vincent Pugliese, founder of the freedom tribe and author of the book, “Freelance To Freedom.”

Vincent and I had a great chat back in episode 46 about his freelance to freedom journey. How his freelance photography business took he and his wife out of 140,000 dollars in debt in less than 4 years!!? Talk about real hustle and sacrifice!

In this conversation, Vincent shares with us his philosophy on giving, building relationships, personal development, tips on how to write a book, and much more.

You are going to dig this episode. Take a listen. Drop a comment below and let me know what you think.

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EP 106: January Recap with Ozeal

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In this episode, we go solo for our January Recap episode. It was an interesting month, to say the least. Personal challenges, new projects, and opportunities,  This month fail nothing short of excitement.

Hope your first month of 2018 was awesome. We gotta keep it moving and continue building our empire from here.

Take a listen and let me know your wins, challenges, and what you’re looking forward to in Feb.

Ep 105: Finding Your Financial Success in 2018 with Whitney Hansen

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Hellooooo there!

This is turning out to be an amazing month for us at the No Permission Needed HQ. We’ve had some solid guests and I’ve been really enjoying these conversations I’ve been having.

Hope you’re feeling the same way and getting something out of them.

Today’s episode, I chat with a friend of mine who dug herself out of a 30,000 debt hole in just 10 months!?? Yup, you read it right, only 10 freaking months. Talk about real hard work, sacrifice and dedication!

Whitney Hansen is a financial coach, podcaster, and an entrepreneur with such a positive and giving spirit. She’s been building her tribe while holding down a day job for the past four years. Her work ethic is inspiring and she definitely has all the right leadership qualities to build something special. And, she’s doing just that.

In this chat, we dig into topics such as…..

  • Tips on how to crush your debt in 2018 (Great strategy)
  • Tips for first-time investors.  Where do you start? (We gotcha!)
  • Is Bitcoin something you should really invest in? (Watch out!)
  • Setting your finances for your online business
  • Insight on how to overcome your financial fears

You are going to DIG this conversation. Always fun chatting with friends who are crushing it!

Enjoy!

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EP 104: The Entrepreneur’s Ethos with Jarie Bolander

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This was one conversation I didn’t expect. Not that I had any expectations for the interview, but only because I didn’t know how deep we would go.

Today’s episode features, Jarie Bolander, an engineer with an MBA background and one of the humblest entrepreneurs you’ll ever meet. He’s the author of the book, The Entrepreneur Ethos: How To Build A More Ethical, Inclusive, And Resilient Entrepreneur Community.

In this conversation, we dig into entrepreneurship in today’s new generation. Jarie shares with us the inspiration his late wife gave him to write a book about the entrepreneur’s ethos. How can we as entrepreneurs do our service by continuing solving problems but also doing it with a sense of purpose?

This was my favorite part of the conversation. Jarie is on a mission to inspire entrepreneurs to think beyond the modern day entrepreneurial norm.  I know you are going to enjoy this episode and I challenge you to think more deeply about the work you do.

Who can you impact? They are people waiting.

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