Andrew Flowers and Connor Keene dive into the stories behind some of the world's greatest entrepreneurs, philanthropists, and community leaders. The Deal Flow Podcast paints a story about current innovators, builders, makers, titans of industry, and the empires they built.
Andrew Flowers is a passionate servant leader and intrapreneur. He currently serves as Vice President of Canyon Angels, a sophisticated angel investment group in Phoenix, Arizona.
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Archived Success Theory Episode: Kevin Youngblood | Selling the Invisble
Archived Success Theory Episode
On this episode of Success Theory, I interviewed my friend and mentor, Kevin Youngblood. Kevin and his wife, Margie, have been married for 34 years and have 3 grown children. In their early years of marriage, Kevin served our country in the military in Operation Desert Shield and Operation Desert Storm where he earned 8 medals. He was Mayor of Carl, Georgia, and started and operated several businesses, the most recent being Odysseyware, Inc, an educational software company focused on reaching at-risk students. This company was founded in 2001 and sold to a Venture Capital Fund in 2016 for over $100 million. For the last four years, Kevin has been investing in the Phoenix startup community by way of coaching or financial investment. He has served on the Advisory Board at the Arizona State University Center for Entrepreneurship, coaching MBA candidates as they pitch their ideas to investors. Most recently, he’s been helping Grand Canyon University launch their Canyon Ventures program – an innovation center for startups in the valley – where he serves as the Entrepreneur in Residence. The goal is to help these businesses grow from a napkin idea to sustainable revenue as quickly as possible. Through this process, Kevin realized that a lot of startup founders struggle with selling their ideas, selling their products, and getting in revenue. To respond to this need, he launched Youngblood Works, which provides sales training and mentoring to startup founders and executives, with the goal of preparing business leaders with the knowledge, skills, and confidence to generate sustainable revenue. If you're an entrepreneur looking to gain an edge in sales and business development, this episode is for you.
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Robert Vera | Entrepreneur, Investment Banker, Best Selling Author
In this episode of Success Theory, I sat down with Robert Vera, NYT Best Selling Author, former investment banker, and director of the Innovation Center at America's largest Christian University. Robert and I discussed topics ranging from mergers and deal making, the various levels of startup funding, to discussions about some of the brilliant companies at GCU's Innovation Center. I look forward to you listening to this episode and remember if you get any value out of it at all, please leave a review and subscribe to stay connected with all the best entrepreneurial insights and interviews with world changers!
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Robert's Book: https://www.amazon.com/Warriors-Faith-Life-Changing-Firefight-Transformed/dp/1400206782/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=a+warriors+faith&qid=1574362777&sr=8-1
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Joshua Denne | From High School Dropout to Millionaire Mentor
On this episode of Success Theory I had the privilege of interviewing my friend and mentor Joshua Denne. Joshua has been through so many tests and trials in his life as he went from quitting his job to entrepreneurship full time. Joshua has experienced everything from getting evicted from his home, to having made millions. Josh is now an investor, full-time father, and philanthropist, and he spends his time helping people build and scale their own businesses. I hope you enjoy this podcast and I hope you get value from it. Please remember to subscribe and leave a review!
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Apple Crider | Young Money Master
On this episode of Success Theory I had the privilege of interviewing Apple Crider. Apple is a self-made entrepreneur and college student who began podcasting as a way to build his brand. He has become so good at it that he has been able to interview amazing high level guests and use it as a stream of revenue. Apple Crider has also developed skills in the financial industry and from there he has been able to attend events like Fincon and network with investors alike. I hope you enjoy this podcast and I hope you get value from it. Please remember to subscribe and leave a review!
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Rom Raviv | Spreading Success Through Podcasting
On this episode of Success Theory I had the privilege of interviewing Rom Raviv. Rom is an entrepreneur and host of the Spreading Success Podcast. During our conversation Rom and I discuss the importance of networking and how to separate yourself from the fake entrepreneurs and "gurus". We focus on how to build a brand and how using podcasting as a vehicle to meet new people and have new experiences. I hope you enjoy this episode and if you can any value from it at all please make sure to subscribe and leave a review!
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Jordan Platten | Digital Marketing Across the Globe
On this episode of Success Theory, I had the privilege of interviewing Jordan Platten. Jordan is a successful entrepreneur, digital marketer, and mentor to thousands in the United Kingdom. In our interview Jordan and I discussed how he left his 9 to 5 job and took the biggest risk of all: starting his own business. Jordan shares his insights into the biggest problems businesses face today with advertising and how marketers can overcome them as well as how to prospect and how he built his agency to a full time business in less than 90 days. I hope you enjoy this episode and that it will help you to be successful in your future! If you get any value out of this episode make sure to subscribe and leave a good review!
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Love the guests
Andrew interviews unique guests that can connect with any audience!
Some of the interviews are different, but the show is horribly neglected when it comes to editing or any professional effort. Listened to 3-4 episodes, but couldn’t even finish the last one with all the pauses and “umms” every sentence. There are 18 other shows that put in the effort so I’ll spend my time on those.
Andrew knows how to bring the best guests on his podcast and provide unlimited value!