They say it's not what you know, it's who you know, and it's true that a network is one of your most important assets. A network is not something you're born with. It's something you build. Every week, Michael Whitehouse, the author of The Guy Who Knows A Guy, and established connector in Southeast Connecticut will interview experts and entrepreneurs from Southeast Connecticut to share their expertise and experience with you.
He'll also answer your questions directly on topics of networking, sales, marketing, entrepreneurship and more. Email in your questions in text or audio format. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/guywhoknowsaguy/support
Amy Flores Young Planning
"Every individual deserves magical memories"
Amy Flores has pivoted the skills earned in many years of non-profit leadership and operations to become a travel agent of a higher level. She can plan a great getaway with the best of them, but she can go a step beyond. Amy Flores specializes in the more challenging planning of trips for families that have members with disabilities.
Mike Merrill, Publicly Traded Person
Mike Merrill is a publicly traded person. Back in 2009, he offered up shares of himself. When he has a decision to make, he puts it up for a shareholder vote, and generally it's worked pretty well.
This is just the beginning of the story of one of the most unique and interesting guests we have had on The Guy Who Knows A Guy Podcast. If you had shareholders, they would vote for you to listen to this podcast.
Jefferson Nunn, Crypto Entrepreneur
A fascinating conversation with crypto entrepreneur Jefferson Nunn. Jefferson is a entrepreneur, non-profit leader, software developer and more. I found him to be a kindred spirit, finding opportunities in all adversity and never accepting excuses.
He said "The only way I stop is if I'm dead."
We bring back David Haberfeld (from episode 24) to share his entrepreneurial insights.
In this episode we start with a fascinating discussion based on an audience question. We explore issues of eviction, justice, and why property rights benefit tenants as well as landlords.
Also in this episode:
How not paying your rent is a form of theft
Why it's a bad time to flip houses but a good time to buy a restaurant
How to rebuild credit
There's a million ways to make money
Pooja Agnihotri, CMO Bizadmark
Our guest host is Pooja Agnihotri, Chief Marketing Officer of Bizadmark. We have a fantastic discussion about branding, developing a brand identity, managing a social media presence in a divisive area, and many more topics.
Pooja is working on a forthcoming book entitled 17 Reasons Why Businesses Fail, and she shares some of the cautionary tales that led her to write this book.
Kevin Booker Jr
In this episode our guest host is Kevin Booker of Booker Empowerment LLC. He offers leadership and diversity training, empowering people to be a better version of themselves. Together, we answer...
...what to do if you're stuck in an unfulfilling job.
...how to be a great teacher.
...what it takes to become comfortable with public speaking
...how to bring about real change in terms of equity and access for all people in the United States
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Really enjoying this podcast, lots of great learnings. Highly recommend ✨ thanks Michael