54 episodes

Tune in as we learn more about businesses ignited by Engler.

The mission of the Engler Agribusiness Entrepreneurship Program is to embolden our people on the courageous pursuit of their purpose, through the art and practice of entrepreneurship.

This program is home to University of Nebraska–Lincoln students, staff and alumni who dare to forge their own paths.

Click play to join us in celebrating success, embracing failure, and inspiring the entrepreneur inside of you.

The Engler Journey Engler

    • Business
    • 5.0 • 6 Ratings

Tune in as we learn more about businesses ignited by Engler.

The mission of the Engler Agribusiness Entrepreneurship Program is to embolden our people on the courageous pursuit of their purpose, through the art and practice of entrepreneurship.

This program is home to University of Nebraska–Lincoln students, staff and alumni who dare to forge their own paths.

Click play to join us in celebrating success, embracing failure, and inspiring the entrepreneur inside of you.

    Pandemic Story: I MADE Living at Home Easier

    Pandemic Story: I MADE Living at Home Easier

    MADE by Miranda, which stands for "Making All Days Efficient," was founded at a time when people deeply craved to feel at ease in their spaces. Miranda offers home and business organization services for everything ranging from kitchens to office desks.

    Watch on YouTube: https://youtu.be/seyv8QmkDIs
    Find Miranda's consultation form: www.facebook.com/MADEorganizing
    Music intro and outro credits: Scott Holmes Music

    • 20 min
    Pandemic Story: I Moved to the U.S. and Rebuilt My Business

    Pandemic Story: I Moved to the U.S. and Rebuilt My Business

    “Be the person who can create that space when you can’t create that space for yourself.” Marcela Medina moved from Mexico to the United States in 2020 and rebuilt her fitness business. In this episode, Marcela and Morgan Mattison, COO of Fly Fitness and Marcela’s mentor through ECHO Collective, discuss transition and collaboration.

    Watch on YouTube: https://youtu.be/0ASeb1863b0 
    Learn more about Marcela’s business: www.instagram.com/marcemedinacoach/
    Learn more about Fly Fitness: feelsfly.c

    • 40 min
    Pandemic Story: I Started A Nonprofit

    Pandemic Story: I Started A Nonprofit

    Kelly Ross is the founder of ECHO Collective, a nonprofit that helps refugee and immigrant women start businesses or improve existing businesses through mentorship and community development curriculum.

    Q: What success has come from starting?
    A: When you invest in a woman, she takes that investment and she multiplies it. She just infuses it out in the community.

    Learn more about ECHO Collective: www.therefinerylnk.com
    Watch on YouTube: https://youtu.be/bH2K2EN3MQk

    • 27 min
    Pandemic Story: We Bought a Bakery

    Pandemic Story: We Bought a Bakery

    Without prior bakery experience, Andrew & Alix Ambriz decided to buy Sehnert’s Bakery during the pandemic. Sehnert’s Bakery has lived the motto “something familiar with a twist” for 500 years and the couple’s vision for years to come is full of life.

    Watch on Youtube: https://youtu.be/DKgscrLry38
    Learn more about Sehnert’s: https://sehnerts.com
    Visit our website: englerjourney.com
    Like us on FB: bit.ly/2PrCChv
    Follow us on Instagram: bit.ly/2SdQiJW
    Music intro and outro credits: Scott

    • 32 min
    Pandemic Story: We Built a Drive-In Movie Theater

    Pandemic Story: We Built a Drive-In Movie Theater

    “It was the year of no Thanksgiving,” Courtney said after the show. The year of 2020 brought an unknown set of challenges but it also brought life to existing ideas. Courtney and her dad saw the opportunity to build community through a drive-in movie theater. And so, they went to work!

    Watch on YouTube: https://youtu.be/RQFTJ9HY-Q8

    Engler website: englerjourney.com
    Engler FB: bit.ly/2PrCChv
    Engler Instagram: bit.ly/2SdQiJW
    Music credits: Scott Holmes Music

    • 18 min
    Tom Field: My Why

    Tom Field: My Why

    Paul Engler was an entrepreneur from the start. At age 12, he purchased his first set of cattle without money or permission. What was the response? Find out in this episode; but without such a moment, the Engler Entrepreneurship Program may not have been born. That moment fueled the fire in Paul's belly. 

    “I believe so deeply in what we’re capable of; we were given this spark. And we can either choose to fuel it or we can choose to suppress it," says Director Tom Field. 

    • 24 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
6 Ratings

6 Ratings

J Knobbe ,

Engler = Starting

This podcast is full of guests with the courage to start a business. They describe their unique experiences, the why behind them, & what they do. The beauty of Engler is the lifestyle it comes with. The lifestyle businesses that our communities are filled with. This shows not every entrepreneur needs to have a multi million dollar idea, just the drive to do their thing each and every day.

Top Podcasts In Business

You Might Also Like