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Larry Broughton: The Gordon Ramsey of the Hotel World
Larry Broughton: The Gordon Ramsey of the Hotel World
Larry Broughton shares everything from his time as a former US Army Green Beret to how he became a critically-acclaimed author to creating his boutique hospitality business, Broughton Hotels. It sounds wonderful, but there was a time when it wasn't. Larry pulled himself up from rock bottom by getting a "Ph.D. in Me." Find out how Larry uses intentionality to succeed every day and much more about his story by listening to his episode!
Aaron Hale: Blind and Deaf Expert Chocolate Maker
Aaron Hale: Blind and Deaf Expert Chocolate Maker
Aaron Hale learned discipline by serving in both the Army and the Navy. When his unit came across an unknown IED, it changed his life forever by taking away his sight and hearing. He found motivation again cooking Fudge and created EOD Confections. Listen to his episode to learn more about Aaron’s journey!  
Kelleigh Marin & Dee: Undercover Narco Officer and Veteran Business Owner
Kelleigh Marin & Dee: Undercover Narco Officer and Veteran Business Owner
The owners of the Farmhouse Siloam, Kelleigh Marin, and Dee are truly an iconic duo. This mother-daughter pair does everything at their wedding venue from FaceTiming clients to providing an extensive list of vendors to ensuring the perfect wedding day. Listen to their episode to find out how they started their business, marketing strategies for a wedding venue, and some unexpected events that could happen when worlds collide!
Max & Marilyn: Customer Service is #1
Max & Marilyn: Customer Service is #1
Creations with HART by Max and Marilyn Hartman is a veteran-owned, family-operated woodworking business. They specialize in making flags for veterans but can also make your custom dreams come true! Listen to their episode to learn about their entrepreneurial journey!
Brian Banks: Always Bring Your Stretchy Pants
Brian Banks: Always Bring Your Stretchy Pants
Brian Banks, from Fort Worth, Texas, talked to us about his business and how to grow his follower base not once, not twice but FOUR times. He has been successful this endeavor every single time. Brian visits mom-and-pop shops and gives honest reviews of their food. Listen to his episode to find out how he developed his business, the Fort Worth Fatso!
Zach & Tricia: From Family Tree to Wood Products
Zach & Tricia: From Family Tree to Wood Products
These days many marriages sadly end in divorce. Very few businesses last beyond the first five years. With all of the “wood stacked against them” Tricia and Zach from TFT Woodworking have been able to beat the odds with deep family roots that fostered lasting partnerships in both marriage and business.