45 episodes

This show is a must-listen for entrepreneurs both current and future!

The show features exciting interviews and commentary from host and entrepreneurship coach, speaker, and advisor, Cory Mosley.

Listeners will hear real stories and learn tips, tactics, and techniques to start or grow their business.

In ever episode Cory sets out to entertain, educate, motivate, and activate listeners. Show segments include "The Craziest Entrepreneurship Moment", "Entrepreneur Rapid Fire", and always end with a little trivia to keep guests on their toes.

You never know where Cory will take the conversation and nothing is off limits.

Fearless Entrepreneurship Podcast with Cory Mosley Cory Mosley

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This show is a must-listen for entrepreneurs both current and future!

The show features exciting interviews and commentary from host and entrepreneurship coach, speaker, and advisor, Cory Mosley.

Listeners will hear real stories and learn tips, tactics, and techniques to start or grow their business.

In ever episode Cory sets out to entertain, educate, motivate, and activate listeners. Show segments include "The Craziest Entrepreneurship Moment", "Entrepreneur Rapid Fire", and always end with a little trivia to keep guests on their toes.

You never know where Cory will take the conversation and nothing is off limits.

    Jim Fitzpatrick - Philosophy Of An Entrepreneur

    Jim Fitzpatrick - Philosophy Of An Entrepreneur

    Episode Notes
    Jim Fitzpatrick is a 25-year veteran of the retail automotive industry, and he owned his own dealership by the age of 40. He additionally held some executive positions with companies like AutoNation.

    After owning the dealership, he went on to found Force Marketing, which became one of the biggest digital marketing companies servicing the automotive retail space. Most recently, with his wife and partner Bridget, he went on to form JBF Business Media, which is now operating 2 leading digital TV networks including CBT News and the Atlanta Small Business Network. 

    During this episode, Cory and Jim discuss Jim’s ultimate entrepreneurial journey, jumping from startup to startup after owning a car dealership at the age of 40. Learn about the effect that ego has on business decisions, and knowing when to move on from one challenge to face a new opportunity.  
     
    Links: 
    CBT News
    Atlanta Small Business Network
     
    Quote:  
    “The past does not have to equal the future. You could be a dentist one day and a real estate developer the next day” - Jim Fitzpatrick
     
    Time Stamps: 
    4:18 - Jim’s philosophy of taking on new challenges – Knowing when it’s time to exit
    15:03 – How Jim became the owner of a Toyota dealership at age 40
    20:54 – Starting a marketing company after leaving the dealership
    22:40 – How ego affects business decisions
    28:15 – What’s the next thing? Moving on to new startups – learning on the fly
    39:11 - Todd’s craziest entrepreneurship moment
    44:40 – Rapid fire questions!
    46:55 - Entrepreneurship Trivia!
     
    Want more? Visit FearlessWithCory.com

    • 50 min
    Todd Smith - The DNA of a Serial Entrepreneur

    Todd Smith - The DNA of a Serial Entrepreneur

    Todd Smith is an American serial entrepreneur who has pioneered digital marketing and retail solutions particularly in the automotive industry. Todd’s experience spans more than 30 years and includes finding successes, a Chevrolet dealer and the founder of a company called ActivEngage, which went onto become the largest managed large chat company in the automotive industry.

    Todd’s latest venture is 360 converge which is a communication platform that is delivering next generation CRM. Todd continues to be a highly sought after thought leader, speaker, writer and a great mentor.

    During this episode, Cory and Todd discuss adjusting, the work behind the scenes, work-life balance and not letting money be the only north star. Learn about the importance of staying flexible and adapting your plans to succeed as an entrepreneur.

    Links:
    LinkedIn
    360converge.com

    Quote:
    “Whatever you covet, controls you” – Todd Smith
    “Money should be the byproduct of doing something amazing” - Todd Smith

    Time Stamps:
    4:18 - Todd’s Story
    14:21 – Staying flexible – Major adjustments Todd had to make in his vision
    24:55 – The light bulb moment that led Todd to leave comfort for a start up
    35:55 – Entrepreneurship is not made for everybody
    42:52 – How Todd paces himself
    46:42 – What’s the future of software?
    50:16 - Todd’s craziest entrepreneurship moment
    53:09 – Rapid fire questions!
    55:33 - Entrepreneurship Trivia!

    Want more? Visit FearlessWithCory.com

    • 58 min
    Troy Spring - $65 Bucks And A Big Idea

    Troy Spring - $65 Bucks And A Big Idea

    As CEO and Founder of Dealer World, Troy Spring built the company on the foundation and simple belief that if you drive enough customers and leads to a qualified team of sales professionals all the other BS goes away. Being successful in this business is just that easy. He currently employs over 30 professionals and is a 100% in-house advertising agency which he coins a, performance agency.

    Troy's passion and vision for helping dealers has led to one of our mottos: "We do not sell anything, we find clients that need help, and we help them". Troy lives at the base of the Pocono Mountains in PA with his family and enjoys a round of golf every now and then when life allows.

    During this episode, Cory and Troy discuss being crafty and thinking outside of the box as an entrepreneur to make things happen. Learn about Troy’s journey from having only $65 to his name to starting and building his own successful business.

    Links:
    Mydealerworld.com
    Phone: (610) 570-3022
    Email: TroySpring@mydealerworld.com

    Quote:
    “You better be crafty if you’re undercapitalized” - Troy Spring

    Time Stamps:
    4:45 – Troy’s Journey – Starting a business with $65 to his name
    17:30 - What comes after Troy’s turning point?
    29:34 – Troy’s outside of the box thinking to get where he wanted to go
    36:49 – Focusing on one product instead of trying to do it all
    42:10 – Troy’s milestone moments from the process
    53:09 - Troy’s tips in the digital marketing landscape
    61:51 – Rapid fire questions!
    64:13 - Entrepreneurship Trivia!

    Want more? Visit FearlessWithCory.com

    • 1 hr 8 min
    Christy Potratz - Equestrian Leadership Lessons for Business

    Christy Potratz - Equestrian Leadership Lessons for Business

    Christy Potratz is the CEO and co-founder of Potratz advertising. Their agency is focused on helping businesses get discovered using video, digital and social media marketing. In 2018, Potratz was named to the Entrepreneur Magazine’s top company cultures list.

    Christy is a passionate supporter and member of the Boys and Girls cCub of Schenectady, New York where she provides consulting and advertising direction. Christy spends her free time on her farm with her husband Paul where she leads equine leadership and team building workshops on her horse farm.

    During this episode, Cory and Christy discuss leadership with a twist. Learn about Christy’s leadership journey that ended with her working with horses. The early lessons that Christy learned made her a better leader in the end.

    Links:
    LinkedIn
    Potratzfarm.com

    Quote:
    “You can’t lead with just your mind and just your intelligence, and everything that you’ve read. There’s something else, you’re spirit and your emotions that you have to be connected to and if you’re not, then people around you feel it.” - Christy Potratz

    Time Stamps:
    3:30 – Christy’s story – the evolution as a leader
    8:58 – Early lessons Christy learned when her team moral was negative
    16:27 - The progression of having a different perspective – moving into horses
    22:42 – What Christy was missing
    26:24 - Christy’s entrepreneurship moment - From hobby to real business
    34:51 - Christy’s craziest entrepreneurship moment
    37:36 – Rapid fire questions!

    Want more? Visit FearlessWithCory.com

    • 43 min
    Glenn Pasch - The Journey of an Agency CEO

    Glenn Pasch - The Journey of an Agency CEO

    Glenn Pasch is the CEO of PCG Digital, an Ink 5000 agency that specializes in helping businesses create and deliver a modern retail experience to get customers raving, recommending, and returning for more. Then they want you to leverage it with digital marketing to connect with consumers of all ages and increase sales opportunities. As an expert in digital marketing and process development he’s been featured on CBT news, is co author of 2 books and adjunct professor at Northwood University. Glenn is an international speaker who’s spoken at NADA, digital dealer, and the world shopper conference among others. Some of his clients include spectrum Comcast Berkshire Hathaway and Toyota. Glenn’s goal is to help you simplify your marketing strategy and cut through chaos to deliver more qualified consumers streamlined processes and increased sales

    During this episode, Cory and Glenn discuss digital marketing and client services. Learn about Glenn’s journey from hustling at a young age and learning the value of earning and saving to becoming the CEO of PCG Digital and expanding his business over the years.

    Links:
    Twitter
    LinkedIn
    PCGdigital.com

    Quote:
    “If you’re a good number 4, or you're a good number 2, then don’t kid yourself that you’re a number 1” - Glenn Pasch

    Time Stamps:
    3:14 – Hustling at a young age learning the value of earning
    12:56 – Glenn’s story – How Glenn got to become CEO of PCG and work with his brother
    26:06 – Glenn’s advice to people wanting to get into client services and the lessons he’s learned
    28:22 – The early mistakes Glenn sees being made and the skills he’s learned along the way
    34:30 – Taking a step back to retool and rebrand and work ON the business
    40:15 – Knowing when it’s time to expand
    43:04 – Glenn’s advice for digital marketing
    53:53 – Glenn’s craziest entrepreneurship moment
    56:52 – Rapid fire questions!
    59:37 – Entrepreneurship trivia!

    Want more? Visit FearlessWithCory.com

    • 1 hr 3 min
    Danny Zaslavsky - The Evolution of a Family Business

    Danny Zaslavsky - The Evolution of a Family Business

    Danny Zaslavsky is a successful business and community leader within the greater Kansas City area. As general manager and partner at Country Hill Motors he has helped grow his family’s business into one of the region’s most successful independent auto dealerships, while also investing heavily in the community as president of the Mid-Atlantic LGBT chamber of commerce.

    Under Danny’s expansion and leadership, County Hill Motors has grown significantly over the last decade adding new service lines, additional businesses and new locations across the metro. In 2008 Danny launched Country Hills Season of Giving, which began with donating a mini van packed with toys to a single mother in need. Under his leadership this tradition has continued and expanded to include other areas of the businesses and community members having given away more than two dozen mini vans, furnaces, groceries for a year, gifts for children as well as home cooked meals for families with children staying at Children’s Mercy. He along with his partner is the proud father of 2 boys and has recently become a technology investor and consultant.

    During this episode, Cory and Danny talk about getting into your family business and the mindset of solving problems from the customer perspective. Learn about Danny’s journey into his family business along with capitalizing on opportunities and adapting to the changing market.

    Links:
    LinkedIn
    Countryhill.com

    Quotes:
    “Money exchanges hands when problems are solved, so work to solve their problems, don’t sell” - Danny Zaslavsky

    “If you do what’s right, you’re never wrong” - Danny Zaslavsky

    Time Stamps:
    4:04 - Danny’s evolution into the family business
    13:53 – Danny’s advice on deciding to go into your family’s business
    18:17 – The entrepreneurial moments
    21:32 – Fighting the “Used car salesman” stigma
    25:40 – Capitalizing on opportunities and adapting to change
    33:16 - Danny’s craziest entrepreneurship moment
    36:49 – Rapid fire questions!
    41:05 – Entrepreneurship trivia!

    Want more? Visit FearlessWithCory.com

    • 46 min

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