In this episode, Miro talks with Omar Sayyed, Co-founder and CEO of Wild Attire, Inc. dba. Ties.com, Scarves.com and Alynn.com. These days he doesn't spends as much time herding cats; but cheerleading by creating opportunities for his team and company. Omar started a (traditional) company while still in college and used its assets to fund others. He has love for what he does, and who he works with. Check out Omar's blog www.omarsayyed.com for quick and random thoughts. Specialties: eCommerce, emotional intelligence, business development, deal making, building great teams, strategy, operations, leadership, burger eating, and scotch drinking.
In this interview, Miro talks to Dr. Rob Mcleland, owner of Upward Leadership a consulting and training company. He has sat in the big chair in Higher Education, Medical Foundations, and multinational groups. His goal is very simple: build hard-working, healthy, and fun organizations where people love to serve and give their best. I do that by an unrelenting commitment to clarifying purpose, empowering employees, and acknowledging contributions. Dr. Rob concentrates on the kind of leadership development that leads individuals and teams to a more inspiring and more rewarding future.
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.
Pablo Rivera is the Creator and CEO of Style Systems. A renowned international Image consultant dedicated to improving the nonverbal communication and the development of personal and business identity. A self-made businessman, book author that works in between Mexico City and Los Angeles. He has been featured many times on TV, radio, Fashion blogs and Magazines
In this episode, Miro and Steve sit down again to follow up on their last conversation. Building a team is a difficult thing to do, Topics include, letting people go, and the struggle to figure out the best ways to get the most out of yourself, and various other ramblings.
Eric Nghiem, EA CTC is The Cashflow Doctor. He is the surgeon of tax and cash-flow planning. Need to dramatically increase profits and cut the fat from your business? Looking to increase your cash flow and streamline your business finances? He is your guy. Eric has been a tax professional for the past 10 years and a financial planner for 5 years prior to that. Always an entrepreneur since he was a teenager, he has started and sold multiple businesses that are wide ranging from retail to e-commerce and financial services. The Cashflow Doctor is a boutique business consulting services that focuses on the needs of entrepreneurs and investors around the world. Some of the industries he focuses on are real estate investors, venture-backed startups, digital entrepreneurs and cryptocurrency investors.
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.
Bryan went from broke to millionaire in 4 years. In his 20's he was a professional basketball player, lost it all and decided to move into real estate. After changing his mindset and following a few simple principles, he has become one of the leading real estate professionals in Southern California, a successful YouTube personality, and business coach.
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.