Thu, 24 September 2020
In this episode, I share fifteen lessons learned from Fred DeLuca, the founder of Subway, the largest fast-food chain in the world with more than 42,000 individual Subway stores in 108 countries around the world (compared with 35,000 McDonald's restaurants in 119 countries) that were instrumental in the growth of our first business and that I've referred back to often as I've grown other businesses that can help you as you grow your business.
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Thu, 17 September 2020
Joleene is a former central New York television reporter and anchor turned passion shift coach, speaker and author. After struggling for years in a place that didn't satisfy her true dreams and desires to write and sing and play on stage, Joleene bravely left the security of her job to embark on a journey that allowed her to unearth her greatest dreams and desires -- while profiting generously at the same time.
Today she confidently guides men and women all over the globe to a place within, where they can uncover and discover who and what they are truly meant to be and do while generating handsomely from their deepest desires.
With over twenty years experience on the stage and behind the camera, setting up shop in front of hundreds of people is second nature to this stellar speaker. With her no-nonsense comedic approach, Joleene not only captures audiences immediately, but she's able to teach her clients how to do the same. Fear of the stage? Joleene can guide one to abolish it -- and show up strong and confident.
She is the author of "Memoirs of Normalcy: Journey from Sedentary to Extraordinary". Joleene wrote the book for individuals struggling with wanting to leave the mundane life of a 9 to 5 and moving into the light of their creative passion.
This multi-passionate entrepreneur is also a playwright! Her first full-length comedy, Visiting Bammy Lewis recently premiered at CNY Playhouse in Syracuse, New York.