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The Brett Snodgrass Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCBPidx70rstadlrS2piMt5g I am a successful real estate entrepreneur. I built a high-functioning business from the ground-up. I have hit the highest of highs and the lowest of lows. I accomplished all the goals I set for myself. But as I've reached the "top of the mountain," I realize that all of those accomplishments don't truly fulfill me. I'm on a journey searching for deeper significance and fulfillment in business and in life. I know the struggles of being an entrepreneur, but also the satisfactions. I am now on a journey with other entrepreneurs to seek out what is truly meaningful, so that we can live our purpose. I hope you join me on this journey as I and other risk-takers and entrepreneurs share our failures, successes, struggles, hopes and much more to see what we can learn along the way. I'm not looking merely for success, but for significance. And I hope to build a community of entrepreneurs and businessmen who truly desire the same. I hope that in some way, I can help equip you to live your purpose.
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Now displaying: May, 2021
May 31, 2021

Millennials often get a bad reputation. People think they're lazy, entitled, lack work ethic, among other stereotypes. Some of these stereotypes may have some truth to them, but many times people overlook what millennials do well. There are some things millennials do right, and they may do even better than generations before them. It's important that we give credit where credit is due. Jonathan Farber is a successful entrepreneur and became financially independent and free by age 27. Jonathan is a great example of a successful millennial, and he helps clarify his perspective of millennials and other generations. Jonathan hosts the "Millennial Millionaire Through Real Estate Podcast." Jonathan shares about his millennial work perspectives and how anyone of any generation has the chance to fail or grow and become successful.

May 24, 2021

2 FREE ASSESSMENTS: https://www.coryleeleadership.com/snodgrass Many Entrepreneurs are able to grow their business and be the face of the company, but a lot of entrepreneurs have a hard time letting go of responsibilities to truly grow their business and their workers to maximum potential. Business Owner and Coach, Cory Lee, struggled with this as he grew multi-million dollar businesses. He was very successful, but Cory found that he didn't have enough time for his kids, and his businesses would fall apart without him. Cory learned the power of empowering the workers in his organizations. He invested in and developed the leaders around him. This resulted in Cory being able to scale back himself and have more free time, while his businesses grew in profit and expanded. Not only did he grow his organizations, but he helped his workers develop their gifts and skills and fulfill their dreams as they became more empowered. Cory sold his businesses and now coaches and develops other leaders and entrepreneurs in teams and organizations. Cory is currently part of the John Maxwell Team. https://johnmaxwellteam.com/ Listen as Cory shares tips and lessons learned with Brett to truly help grow and develop leaders and organizations.

May 17, 2021

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Many entrepreneurs and solopreneurs have created a job or small business for themselves, but once that entrepreneur or solopreneur steps away from their business even briefly, the business falls apart. How does an entrepreneur take the next step to grow a business safely, effectively and wisely that can be bigger than the person? Marck De Lautour attempted different business models to grow great businesses throughout his career. He suffered some hard misfortunes as well as incredible successes. Marck shares how you can experience smart growth and successfully grow your business to a much more profitable place, while also taking all of the weight off of your shoulders. Listen to Brett's latest episode with Marck.

May 10, 2021

FREE WORKPLACE CULTURE HEALTH ASSESSMENT: https://bobbyalbert.com/wrkplc-culture-assmnt-spltst1/

When Bobby Albert's father passed away, Bobby had to take over the family business as a 20 year old. Bobby discovered the business was upside down financially. The bankers wanted to collect and shut the business down. But Bobby found a way to make the business succeed and grow 500% in profit even during a bad recession. But the profit wasn't Bobby's focus. Profit and increased revenue was just a byproduct of Bobby's real focus, and that was learning how to be a good servant leader. When Bobby learned how to lead by serving, it changed everything. Workers wanted to work harder, business increased, everyone felt more fulfilled just by Bobby practicing good Biblical servant leadership.

May 3, 2021

Many times as entrepreneurs, we become ungrateful and unthankful. Even when we have success, we take it for granted and just focus on the stresses and hardships that we face. The reality is, there is never a perfect scenario. There will always be stresses and struggles that we face every day. Sometimes, we hope and pray for certain situations to come our way, and when we finally have them, we take them for granted when many others wish they had our opportunity. We will enjoy our lives much more if we can shift our perspective and focus on what we do have because once it is gone, we will miss it. Nothing is forever, so we should learn to enjoy what is set before us in each season. Even if certain situations are messy, there can be great blessing in those messes, and we should remember that. Jaren Barnes shares with Brett his processes that he's gone through in different seasons and what he has learned. Jaren gives great clarity and perspective that can help us appreciate the blessings in his life.

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