In this episode, Miro talks about a few ideas. First off, learning how to tune out the background noise. TV News, negativity from people, things that really aren't important, etc. A lot of these things are there to scare you, don't let nonsense throw you off your square. Also, for people working in the corporate world, use the opportunities provided to you and grow yourself, events, seminars, educational experiences are the most valuable terms of your contract, and usually are completely overlooked. Check it out!
In this episode, Miro digs deep on some very important topics. He picks up where he left of last week talking about learning how to balance the stress of business and finding time for himself, the things that matter most in life, Health, his family and friends, and being available to the people he loves and cares about. Money is great but as many entrepreneurs find out sooner or later, doesn't buy happiness. This is a look at some of the most valuable lessons that can be learned through the struggle for success.
In this episode, Miro recaps whats been happening with HodgePodge. A rough situation with an employee walking out on a job. But most importantly the fact that things work out in the end. Handling the stress of business is becoming a little more manageable. Also, some thoughts about getting healthy, and making progress, not necessarily stressing over perfection.
In this episode, Miro recaps on his trip to Thrive in Las Vegas this weekend. The enormous value gained from investing in conferences, connecting with people, and information that can change your life in an instant. Also, how much value he's gotten out of audiobooks. What do you really have to lose? An investment in things that connect you with others and expose you to new ideas I a drop in the bucket compared to what many spend on years of schooling.
In this episode, Miro talks about listening to audiobooks, and how much value he's gotten from them. Also, dealing with drama and dissent from within his staff, learning to update the team on policy changes, and overall wisdom gained from time spent as a business owner.
In this episode, Miro celebrates 1 year since starting Hodgepodge. Lot's of lessons and struggles over the past 12 months. Listen to some of the reflection. One year in business is a huge milestone but at the same time, just the tip of the iceberg. After a long year of learning Miro and the team are looking forward to many more successful years to come.
In this episode, Miro is on the road to Raleigh, NC recording on the fly. Some of the topics include how overwhelming things can get when you're going nonstop. Business is growing and its hard to take time to take breaks, but you must. Outsourcing some things is necessary sometimes.
In this episode, Miro talks about how things have gotten even busier than he could have imagined. The stress has been really putting his sanity to the test. Miro talks about how he's been dealing with the stress and some of the lessons he's learned. Most importantly, that if you push on under stress things seem to work out most of the time.
In this episode, Miro talks about the loss of a key employee recently. Someone that's been around nearly from the beginning of Hodgepodge decided to move on. Also, some awesome news, new cross-country jobs are on the books. And finally, the logo contest is wrapping up, so don't miss out. Enter your submissions before it's too late!