In this episode of The Remote CEO Show, I had the pleasure to interview Rich LeBrun. Rich is the founder and CEO of LeBrun Advisory Group, Inc., and owner in The Franchise Consulting Company, working with clients around the US and many countries around the world. Rich is an author of “What’s My Next Move” and featured in magazines such as “The Franchise Journal” and the ‘Franchise Directory”. Having had the opportunity to own and operate several successful businesses throughout his forty-year career, Rich LeBrun is passionate about helping his clients build wealth and reach their financial freedom.
In this episode of The Remote CEO Show, I had the pleasure to interview Richard Medcalf. Richard describes himself as "what you get if you were to put a McKinsey consultant, a slightly unorthodox pastor and an entrepreneur into a blender". Richard is an executive coach & leadership consultant to exceptional founders & CEOs and their leadership teams. His clients are elite performers who've already achieved incredible things, and still have the ambition to 10x their impact and influence and achieve something that seems impossible right now. That can involve 1:1 coaching, taking the leadership team to its next level, or scaling high-performance culture throughout the business.
In this episode of The Remote CEO Show, I had the pleasure to interview Joel Sandoval. Joel Sandoval, CPA is the owner and founder of Sandoval Tax based in Bakersfield, California. Joel has a passion for helping small businesses with all aspects of their accounting needs, whether it’s helping business owners save money on taxes, providing tax-ready financial statements with bookkeeping, or training and consulting with QuickBooks. Joel has a deep care for customer service and is always striving to make sure that his clients are happy. He will go the extra-mile to make sure that his clients feel they are in good hands when it comes to their needs in bookkeeping and taxes.
In this episode of The Remote CEO Show, I had the pleasure to interview Brian Murdock. Brian and his company help enterprises achieve their business goals as well as changing the trajectories of employees, their families and community members lives by being intentional on their mission to eliminate the digital divide and employ 10,000 people in the next 10 years.
In this episode of The Remote CEO Show, I had the pleasure to interview Clay Mosley. Clay was fired from almost every job he ever held. His first job out of college was working in insurance operations. It didn’t take long to realize that job wasn’t for him. For the next 10 years, Clay hopped from job to job, getting fired from each one. But it wasn’t for being lazy or not good at his job. He wasn’t traditional so the corporate jobs didn’t work for him. After realizing he was unemployable, he started a digital marketing agency in February 2015. Clay takes a completely unorthodox approach to his business and that has allowed him to exponentially grow into a team of over 20 people in just four years. Then in June 2019, he sold the agency. With the belief that small businesses should have access to the same strategies and tactics as the big brands without having to pay thousands of dollars in retainer, he started Dripify.
In this episode of The Remote CEO Show, I had the pleasure to interview Ryan Evans, the Owner of Enterprise Training School. Ryan provides training for the insurance industry since 2002. They help prepare clients for insurance agency exams and also help clients renew their agency licenses. They switched to providing assistance digitally, and this was a big hit during COVID and allowed them to still flourish during these tough times.
In this episode of The Remote CEO Show, I had the pleasure to interview Christopher Dedeyan. Christopher is a professional speaker and peak performance expert who helps entrepreneurs, leaders and employees alike manage stress, increase productivity and have more energy. He always gets his message across in a humoristic, charming, energetic and passionate way. He developed his entrepreneurial skills and communication skills during the five years he built and ran his real estate brokerage company.
During that time, Christopher noticed that he could help his colleagues with self-development by incorporating new rituals and habits in their lives that help them not only in their business but in their personal lives as well.
In this episode of The Remote CEO Show, I had the pleasure to interview CJ Finley. CJ Finley grew up with passions centered around sports, technology, and community, but traded them in during his early career for a “secure” and “stable” path as an Engineer. A few years into this way of life, constant struggles with his autoimmune disease and the sudden passing of several family members caused him to flip his outlook on life. He questioned his current way of living and dreamt of the impact he truly wanted to leave behind some day, and he knew that it would take a leap of faith and a path less traveled to get there. With the constant reminder that life is an opportunity and a gift -- and one that shouldn't be taken for granted--he left everything on the line to make a positive impact. Soon after leaving his career behind, he started THRIVEONLIFE as a way of inspiring others to do more with life than merely survive. Now his brand exists as a small-business that partners with mission-driven founders and brands to help identify areas that are preventing the companies and their people from thriving. They work together to build sustainable systems, tech-automation, and marketing channels for clients and partners. Outside of "work," CJ enjoys cultivating local communities, hosting events, and building connections with guests on his podcast. He strives to spread hope and optimism for a healthier future to anyone he comes across. CJ currently resides in Austin, Texas where he does his best to live life to its fullest and MAKE EVERY HEARTBEAT COUNT.
In this episode of The Remote CEO Show, I had the pleasure to interview Michael Chabala. Michael is a former Major League Soccer Player. He’s played with teams like Portland Timbers, D.C. United and Houston Dynamo. After his MLS career, he became an entrepreneur and he founded Sphere, which is a soccer-inspired fitness club.
In this episode of The Remote CEO Show, I had the pleasure to interview Katie Barnett. Katie is the true definition of a Remote CEO. After quitting her full-time job she realized that she needed more help and support in her business if she wanted to scale while being able to spend time with her family and do the things she loved. Katie managed to triple her income in just three months and now she runs the business with multiple streams of income.