No one said being an entrepreneur is easy…
Many entrepreneurs don’t like talking about these struggles because it seems better to project an image of constant, easy success. Well, we’re not those kind of guys. We’re the Vulnerable Entrepreneurs.
Listen in as Kham and Sean interview now-successful entrepreneurs about their lowest points and biggest challenges, while they break down their own blunders and mess-ups to help you find new ways to keep on progressing.
It's the end of 2020. How are you? Honestly.
It’s the Vulnerable Entrepreneurs season 3 finale! We’re wrapping up this year and this season on a high note with the dynamic duo, Kham and Sean. In this episode they cover:
Reflecting on the transition to remote work
Having self discipline with your emotions and fears
Taking time to reconnect with people
Using Your Why to Make Something Happen; Founder Max Gallardo of Galaxis
In this special two-part episode, our podcast guest is Max Gallardo, founder and CEO of Galaxis, an e-commerce platform powered by influencers. In part one they discuss his upbringing in Argentina and the following:
The power of YouTube
Striving to not worry about working from paycheck to paycheck
Sacrifices as an entrepreneur
Hard Knocks and Sacrifices on the Road to Success; Founder Max Gallardo of Galaxis
In this special two-part episode, our podcast guest is Max Gallardo, founder and CEO of Galaxis, an e-commerce platform powered by influencers. In part two they discuss:
Sacrificing friendships, experiences, health, hobbies, passions, and love for the sake of your company
How every individual has something to offer to society
How success is relative
Freedom is a Helluva Drug; With Bob Gallo of Rhino Holdings
In this episode, Sean and Kham are joined by, Bob Gallo, of Rhino Holdings, R2 Hospitality, and Optimum Textiles. With over 30 years of experience in the industry, Bob provides his insights as an entrepreneur. They discuss:
The entrepreneurial enate trait
Defining your company culture
Investing your money and time into projects and businesses
You Don’t Have Tomorrow to Be Successful: The Vulnerable Entrepreneurs
In this episode of the Vulnerable Entrepreneurs, Sean tells a story that impacted his perspective on life. Kham discusses how he has to go all-in on something which sometimes involves making sacrifices. In this episode, they ruminate:
Life is precious; don’t wait until tomorrow to make changes.
Going all-in and being able to focus on the moment that you’re in
Making sacrifices in different areas of work and at home.
The Importance of Passion in Running a Business; Jeannie Hebert, CEO of Blackstone Valley Chamber of Commerce
Today’s guest is Jeannie Hebert, president, and CEO of the Blackstone Chamber of Commerce. She has received numerous awards within Central Massachusetts for her success within the industry and community. This episode’s topics include:
The difference between success and failure is passion
Thriving on challenge
Issues with running a family business