Darla Greenwaldt. Host of the Douglas County Advice Givers Podcast, as a business owner herself, had an interest in meeting other smart business owners and fascinating entrepreneurs. When she started to reach out to these people, and started talking to them, she realized others needed to hear their stories too. These were experts in their respective fields, smart and intelligent, not to mention, many had discovered unique ways to impact the lives of their customers, clients and patients. So she asked, “Why not share these stories? Why not interview these people? Create a Podcast? Why not create a site where they could be posted and listened to?” With that, the concept for Douglas County Advice Givers was born. For more, visit: www.DouglasCountyAdviceGivers.com
If you thought technology was over your head now? Wait another two years. The digital age is upon us and we need to jump on the train or get off the tracks! I discuss the technology revolution and how fast it’s changing and what business owners ne...
Jennifer Lonnberg says she has lived a normal and average life, yet she, herself has proven to be far from that. She inspires her audience daily to embody grace. She is a local author, motivational speaker, and an intuitive life coach.
Suzanne Tulien is the founder of Brand Ascension Group and Author of Brand DNA. She has helped many solopreneurs to mid-size companies find success in elevating their brand. She is passionate about finding out what drives your company and then h...
Christa Johanson is the founder of Peace Together Spaces and she discusses her journey in creating the successful small business, as well as her God given gift for redesign, organizing, and staging. Her ultimate goal is to provide families,
Nicky Hungerford is one of the best mortgage brokers out there…not by accident. She is extremely driven to help others, she has vast knowledge of the tough standards recently introduced to the industry,
Kathlena Gill has taken her small beginning in the journey to be present in her daughter’s lives and built it in to an amazing business. She works by referral like most successful businesses and she certainly understands the power of relationships.
Being creative is scary. There’s a fear that comes along with it sometimes. By being creative and putting ourselves out there, we’re inviting judgement from others, and when someone else puts down our idea or the hard work we’ve put into something,
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again – failing is a part of the entrepreneurial process. We shouldn’t try to fail, but when we do, we should learn from our mistakes, get up, and keep going. Unfortunately, a lot of people aren’t okay with failing,