It's time to get up, get motivated, and start making moves for yourself instead of working to make someone else rich.
These are genuine experiences and the stories of real entrepreneurs that made the ultimate decision to live for themselves in order to achieve unbelievable results.
The time is now, making your business personal, with host Kent Clothier.
Episode 82: An Interview With Eddie Speed
Eddie Speed: Seller finance note ninja. Eddie Speed is a straight shooter, so we'll spare you the flowery pitch. Eddie is a Texas titan who for years has carefully crafted the art of strategic seller finance notes. In short, understanding and correctly executing the strategies he shares will double your opportunities, double your business, and ultimately, double your income. If you are an experienced deal maker, saddle up and hit the trail with us as we discuss riding the coming bull market all the way to a generational wealth kind of payday.
Episode 81: An Interview With Vinnie Fisher
Vinnie Fisher: CEO. Lawyer. Husband. Dad. Fun fact: 70% of Billionaires have created their wealth from recession rebounds. That fact, coupled with the whole "history repeats itself" fact, is a good indicator that a whole bunch of money is about to make its way into the hands of those seeking current opportunities...and you can bet your bottom dollar that Vinnie Fisher isn't going to miss out on any of it. As a tax lawyer, entrepreneur and all around numbers guy, Vinnie shares his journey of becoming financially fluent in his own businesses and details what specifically you should be able to answer about your company's financials. The time to get your sheet together is now, before you get your assets kicked.
Episode 80: An Interview With Trevor Mauch
Trevor Mauch: CEO of Carrot. Falling asleep behind the wheel and nearly sending your family hurling off the side of a cliff... No, that's not a scene from a Hollywood blockbuster, that was the real life wake-up call for our next guest, Trevor Mauch. Long, exhaustive hours come with the territory of being an entrepreneur, but at a certain point, you have to ask; is your business supporting you or are you supporting it? Are you building a LIFE for you and your loved ones, or just an income? Kent and Trevor strap in for an "energy audit" to measure your drain/give ratios, and also discuss whether or not it's time to fire...yourself? Best of luck with that exit interview.
Episode 79: An Interview With Jeff Fenster
Jeff Fenster: Founder and CEO of Everbowl. Just about everyone who opens a restaurant has had experience in the industry. If 9 out of 10 restaurants fail, why is "experience" placed on such a high pedestal as a prerequisite? Jeff Fenster isn't buying it, and never has. What most see as an asset, Jeff sees as a liability. From payroll companies, to restaurants and even construction companies, Jeff is a serial entrepreneur that forges success through jumping in and figuring it out as he goes along. Jump in on this episode and prepare to "unevolve"; no experience necessary.
Episode 78: An Interview With Billy Gene
Billy Gene: Master of Marketing. Pretend for a second that your business is a sailboat. Your sailboat has lost some momentum because of a sudden shift in the winds (pandemic). You can see a clearing in the distance and there appears to be a strong wind up ahead, but you're not sure you can make it. You have a few options: 1. You can adjust your sail in hopes of catching a draft; 2. You can cut your sail and call it quits. In this example, your sail is your marketing. Cutting your sail ensures you are dead in the water. The 3rd option is our good friend, Billy Gene, who just happens to be cruising through this episode on a yacht with a sale on sails. True to his nature, you have a problem, and he has the solution. That's marketing. That's Billy Gene.
Episode 77: An Interview With Marshall Sylver
Marshall Sylver: Hypnotist. Author. Motivational speaker. Get out of your own head. Ironic advice from a guy who makes his living getting into yours... As a professional hypnotist, Marshall Sylver is an industry leading business consultant that understands exactly how powerful the words you speak to yourself, and to others, are. He has used his heightened sense of communication to entertain and dazzle audiences on stage, and maybe more importantly, he has helped to elevate some of the most brilliant minds in business to a higher consciousness. Not too shabby for a kid who grew up living in a chicken coop, huh? In this episode, a true master of mindset explains precisely what you should, or should not, be focused on.
This podcast is great because Kent is extremely knowledgeable and insightful! Each show is inspiring and motivational to anyone listening to better their business as well as themselves. The show is super positive and offers great advice.
Kent, host of The Time Is Now podcast, highlights all aspects of entreprenenurship, self improvement and more in this can’t miss podcast! The host and expert guests offer insightful advice and information that is helpful to anyone that listens!
Just listened to a few episodes of The Time Is Now Podcast with Kent, and it's well worth it! Kent has a unique ability to share his experience in an authentic and direct way. The guests on the show are incredible people with life-changning stories. Learning from Kent on his podcast inspires me to do more with my life and draw perspective about what really matters. Thanks for bringing to the world Kent!!