Meet courageous entrepreneurs who followed their passion

Learn to work smarter, not harder, from those who started a business while working a full-time job, but never lost sight of the need for balance.

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    Do not wait around to jump into entrepreneurship

    Racheal Allen, a seasoned entrepreneur with over 15 years of experience in coaching large-scale organizations, specializes in crafting efficient policies and operations. As the Founder of Operations School, she leads a renowned boot camp for startup founders, while also offering consulting and public speaking. Sanjay and Racheal discuss operational efficiency, avoiding burnout, and the essentials of entrepreneurship.

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    Overcoming your fears and achieving your dreams

    Brooke Monaghan has always known she has wanted to work for herself. However, when she went to start her consulting business, she was initially very scared. In today’s episode, Brooke and Sanjay discuss how to overcome fear when it comes to the risk aspect of running your own business, building relationships, and asking for help. Her advice? Either do it and maybe fail or don’t do it and absolutely fail, but always know your worth. 

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    Connecting businesses with the grants they need

    Danita Doleman has over 25 years experience providing strategic solutions to businesses in need. She is an expert in connecting people to grant opportunities and to this day, she has helped individuals earn over $8 million in grants. Recently, Danita’s company, SEAS Community Partners, launched “Grants4Biz”, a service which seamlessly connects individuals and businesses to grants they qualify for.

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    How Maria Romano found her passion in the business of love

    Maria Romano is a Minister, wedding officiant, podcast host, author, and motivational speaker. Through her company, True Love Knots, Maria has officiated over 5000 weddings, and created courses on becoming officiated yourself. Prior to finding her passion in the business of love, Maria's entrepreneurial journey began with a rental car company, granting her extensive expertise in business management.

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    Transitioning from the startup world to freelance

    After earning a degree in Entrepreneurial Studies, Jacob “Jeb” Burt started his career in the food and beverage industry, working at a startup. When the startup folded, he began working freelance gigs to pay the bills. When making the decision to either continue freelancing or get full-time work, Jacob decided to continue down the freelance path and build his company, BURT. Now, Jacob has his own team that specializes in building media brands. 

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