Leveraging key thought leaders including influential CEOs and business owners, this podcast takes listeners into focused conversations and interviews that reveal key aspects of entrepreneurship. Covering topics such as innovation and ideation, customer-centric design, leadership strategies, startup advice, and more, this podcast has material specific to entrepreneurs at al levels. Listen in and be engaged.
The Entrepreneurial Mindset with Jeff Domagala
When it comes to discussing the entrepreneurial mindset, it's hard to think of someone more qualified than Jeff Domagala. As the Managing Director of the Sanger Leadership Center at the University of Michigan, Jeff speaks as a teacher, director, and impassioned advocate for understanding the importance of developing leadership skills. Throughout this conversation, he discusses the growth mindset, how to redefine failure, the importance of collaboration, how to live a values-based life, and the importance of balance. You can learn more about Jeff and his work by visiting https://sanger.umich.edu/
For more on the Entrepreneurship and Sustainability Program from Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy, please visit https://www.chca-oh.org/academics/eands/entrepreneurship-sustainability
Now is the Time to Start: A Conversation with Michael and David Siman
Don't wait until you're out of college and in your mid-twenties to start the business of your dreams--get started today. That's the message from Michael and David Siman, graduates from Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy (class of 2018) and true entrepreneurs. What started as a sneaker and streetwear flipping business in their dorm room has turned into a six-figure apparel design company selling to large household names (Kofi Kingston, Sara Kelly, Owen Saxon) and YouTube Influencers (Hannah Bayles).
You can check them out on Instagram (@michaelasiman) or LinkedIn (Michael Siman, David Siman).
You can see their recent products at: https://hannah-bayles.myshopify.com/
In Pursuit of Entrepreneurship with Stephen Carter
This episode flips our traditional format and host Stephen Carter becomes the interviewee while CHCA's Marketing Communications Director, Jennifer Murphy, takes on the role of interviewer. Stephen is the Director of Entrepreneurship at Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy and most recently he is the founder of The Seed Tree Group--a business aimed at teaching personal finance to young adults. He has just published a book (The Seed Tree: Wealth Building and Money Management Lessons for Teens) on Amazon (available as an ebook, paperback, and audiobook) written as a fable to promote money management for teens. In this interview, he discusses his own journey of entrepreneurship while teaching students the fundamentals of the entrepreneurial mindset (including goal setting, habit forming, and prioritizing).
Starting a Business as a Teenager: Xander Wynn's Entrepreneurship Journey
Xander Wynn owns and operates X.Wynn Films, a business specializing in videography and photography. And he’s only 17 years old. A junior at Colerain High School, Xander is involved with the Digital Media Program at Butler Tech and has grown his business from scratch starting with a short film he produced at age 14. His story of his entrepreneurship journey is nothing short of inspirational. For more details on the CHCA Entrepreneurship Program, check out our webpage at https://www.chca-oh.org/eands.
Dr. Jeremy Flowers on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in Entrepreneurship
Dr. Jeremy Flowers, the Director of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion at Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy, discusses a range of topics including the need to get different people in the room (in a team setting and in a leadership setting), the importance of listening and understanding, the necessity of creating an equal playing field for everyone, and the necessity of establishing diversity as a culture. His insights cover a wide range of settings from the classrooms and hallways to the workplaces and boardrooms, and he explains the need to achieve diversity of thought.
What Entrepreneurship Students Should Know with Kyle Peterson
This podcast features guest Kyle Peterson—Deputy Director of Entrepreneurship at Cedarville University. Kyle provides unique insights into what students interested in entrepreneurship studies should know in order to experience success. He covers everything from the need to take risks and change the way one thinks to why fabrication and graphic skills are important and how entrepreneurship is a marathon, not a sprint. For more information on Cedarville's program, check out Cedarville Beyond.
This podcast is very informational as well as interesting! Perfect for those wanting to expand their knowledge on business.
A great resource to learn more about topics such as sustainability, leadership, and passion.
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