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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.
 
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When the economy is good, people just ride the wave. It’s easy to succeed and it’s easy for sub-par leaders to hide behind the shiny veneer of a strong economic outlook. When the economy takes a turn, though, there’s nothing left to hide behind. When things get bad, there’s an obvious split between good leaders and bad ones. That’s where today’s ep…
 
Energy. It might sound a little woo-woo, but it’s a BIG DEAL in our everyday lives. How we feel impacts what we do and how we do it. And, as entrepreneurs, this is critically important. If you want to succeed, you’ve got to learn to build and harness the energy and adjust it when it’s not achieving what you want it to. Fortunately, you’re not alone…
 
As an entrepreneur, there are lots of moving pieces. How do you create the perfect pitch? How do you get that first round of funding? And what do you do with it once it arrives? How do you build a successful business that will remain sustainable for years to come? Don’t worry - you’re not alone in any of these questions. In this episode of the Vuln…
 
Entrepreneurs aren’t supposed to be vulnerable. That’s what the culture tells us anyway. They’re supposed to know what they’re doing, move fast and break things, push forward at all costs… NO room for doubt, fear, insecurity, sadness… Until now. We’re tired of the rhetoric that’s keeping us all in boxes. We’re tired of being forced to smash our fee…
 
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 —— ► Connect with Kham on LinkedIn: https:…
 
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 —— ► Connect with Kha…
 
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 relativ…
 
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 —— ► …
 
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 tha…
 
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 —…
 
Sean and Kham discuss mistakes as entrepreneurs and how they can be used as lessons to be learned from. Whether it be in business or your personal life we all make mistakes and then seek solutions to correct them. Key takeaways in this episode are: Put processes in place to scale and grow your business. Never settle and rest on what you have. Conti…
 
Sean and Kham get straight to the point in this short episode. Entrepreneurs are born to take risks. As your business grows you may have to let go of the reins, which means you can’t be in control of everything. In this episode, we discussed: Getting out of your comfort zone Growth versus change. Growth is more lasting than change. Going into a new…
 
Sean and Kham have a conversation about three key components to being a successful entrepreneur. From creating a business plan, to finding a mentor, it’s important to take breaks throughout your long and tiring days. This episode includes: Set realistic timeframes for yourself Take breaks and allow your brain to rest Making time for exercise and fa…
 
In this episode, Sean and Kham talk about the personality traits they bring to the table as entrepreneurs. Are there certain traits that make entrepreneurs successful? Topics in this episode include: Introverts vs. extroverts in a business setting How your frame of mind sets you up for success Overcoming stereotypes and sharing your culture —— ► Co…
 
In this episode, Sean and Kham are joined by Troy Siebels, the president and CEO of the Hanover Theatre in Worcester, MA. With the current pandemic, he has had to adapt his nonprofit in order to survive. This episode covers: Seeking creativity Mainstream broadway and how the audience has changed How the pandemic impacted the theater industry —— ► C…
 
Today’s guest, Peter Marino of Align360 Solutions brings up the entrepreneurial struggle of “I’m the only one that can do this.”When putting so much on your own plate, it can be difficult to stay focused. As we dive deeper into this topic, key points include: Growing and adding people to your business Delegating and outsourcing What makes you an en…
 
In Season 3, Episode 2 of The Vulnerable Entrepreneurs, Kham and Sean talk about different types of ventures whether it becoming an athlete, an entrepreneur, or a risk-taker. Drive and desire are two things that can motivate you to get you to that end goal. Along the way they cover these key points: Quitting your job and finding another one Success…
 
In this season 3 opener, Kham and Sean chat about that gut feeling when you have to take risks and make decisions. As this episode unravels, we will uncover the following key points: Working with others that think differently than you Spending money on big purchases Decisions that are professional and not personal Following your heart —— ► Connect …
 
This week’s special guest is Rand Fishkin, former CEO of Moz, and most recently Founder and CEO of SparkToro. Rand speaks of the experiences that caused him to share vulnerably with other people. Listen as Sean uncovers interesting facts about Kham's and Rand's names. The three entrepreneurs also reveal advice that they would tell a 20-something ye…
 
Kham and Sean are joined by Providence College alumni, Francisco Oller Garcia. The three unravel what qualities and traits make a leader, and how leaning into the unknown and vulnerability allows us to grow and move forward. As leaders, we need continuous improvement to be a visionary for others. Topics in this episode include: Leading with heart, …
 
Juliana Marulanda of ScaleTime joins Kham one more time in Season 2, Episode 10. A common question for entrepreneurs is: how do you keep evolving? These entrepreneurs tell their truths and talk about how your mindset can set you up for success. Topics in this episode include: Invention versus innovation Being your real authentic self Building your …
 
Ideas are cheap, but starting a business and sticking with it through thick and thin is what separates the wheat from the chaff. In this episode of Vulnerable Entrepreneurs, Kham and Sean interview Rick Norberg, the CEO of Vertikal6 about entrepreneurial commitment. Listen and learn: That the appearance of outward success is just the tip of the ice…
 
Follow along as Sean examines Kham using the Bernard Pivot Questionnaire, designed by the French columnist, and made famous by James Lipton in “Inside the Actors Studio.” This episode is centered around the leadership topic of loyalty. To build loyalty and respect, one must “be honest, raw and vulnerable.” Be inspired to look within your own compan…
 
In our return from a mid-season hiatus, Kham is joined by the founder and CEO of ScaleTime, Juliana Marulanda. She shares her unique life experience and her extraordinary path to becoming an entrepreneur. They discuss the following challenges: Starting a service-based business with literally no money Dealing with debt and taxes as a startup Navigat…
 
In this episode, Sean and Kham bring up some great points about defining your purpose as a leader and inspiring your team to be productive. Here are the key points: Being an inspirational leader Losing high-performance top performers Staying connected with your team —— ► Connect with Kham on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/khaminthi... ► Conn…
 
In this episode, Kham and Sean are joined by Mary Ellen Cusack, a fellow entrepreneur, artist, and mom. She discusses taking her ideas and lifelong dreams and turning them into reality. And like any other entrepreneur, she had faced many challenges along the way. Here’s the rundown on this episode: Taking risks as an entrepreneur Regrouping and sta…
 
As an entrepreneur, one of the hardest things to do is to find balance between work life and home life. In this episode, Kham and Sean talk about how they manage their roles as entrepreneurs and as fathers to their children while in quarantine. Topics covered in this episode include: Working remotely with children at home Prioritizing tasks Caring …
 
Sean and Kham chat with William Mendoza, CEO of Vanguard Executives and get vulnerable about overcoming difficult personal hurdles and finding purpose as an entrepreneur. In this episode we learn that every leader has to mature emotionally to deal with any situation in work and business. The gentlemen explore how they each found that every action t…
 
It’s the topic that’s on every entrepreneur's mind: how am I supposed to be a leader right now? With a global pandemic and protests sweeping the country, Kham and Sean weigh in on what being a leader looks like in 2020--in business and in life. In this episode, they cover: Turning a disaster into an opportunity The philosophy of ABL-- "Always Be Le…
 
Welcome to Season 2 of the Vulnerable Entrepreneurs! In our first episode back, we talk about what's been on everybody's mind--the COVID-19 pandemic. Kham and Sean talk about how it's affected them personally and professionally, and offer business leaders some advice for the business question of the hour: to pivot, or not to pivot. —— ► Connect wit…
 
It's our final episode of the season and we're doing it social distancing-style! Listen in as Kham and Sean wrap up the season with what they've learned from hosting the show. Plus, they'll be sharing some advice about how to survive and thrive as an entrepreneur or CEO during COVID-19. Look out for season 2 in the fall of 2020! —— ► Connect with K…
 
In this episode, Sean and Kham interview Tony G. of Premier Beauty Brands—a lifelong entrepreneur who owns several companies scattered across the globe. They chat about: How to pivot when everything comes crashing down How to fight fear with action Why entrepreneurs should embrace their inner kid. Don’t forget to listen and subscribe on Apple iTune…
 
In Episode 6 of the Vulnerable Entrepreneurs, Sean and Kham discuss distorted comparison syndrome and how to overcome this issue so you can focus on YOUR own version of success in business and in personal life. You’ll learn all about how to: Look below the surface and understand material items don’t always mean success Set custom goals and not stri…
 
In Episode 5 of the Vulnerable Entrepreneurs, Sean and Kham discuss what it means to be a King or a Queen versus a Warrior or a Knight when it comes to your business and whether an entrepreneur should focus on executing or strategizing. You’ll learn all about communication: How to capture it What to learn from it Ways to improve it —— ► Connect wit…
 
In week 4 of the Vulnerable Entrepreneurs, Kham and Sean talk to John Gleason, Managing Directors of 4 Supporting Strategies franchises about how to make business personal without taking things personal. Plus so many great business tips and gems in between. You’ll here great insight on how to: Avoid fear of failure and taking things personally Look…
 
In this episode, Sean and Kham talk to Raul Villacis of Next Level Experience. It’s our first interview, so we wanted to come out swinging.Kham and Sean talk to Raul about: How he made his first $100,000 and then immediately made the worst investment you can How to use fear as motivation--but only at first How a midlife crisis can actually be an op…
 
This week, Sean and Kham are talking about motivation versus determination. Think they’re interchangeable? Think again. Kham and Sean chat about: Why determination rules and motivation drools How to keep pushing when motivation runs out How to stay determined even when you lose sight of your goals Don’t forget to listen and subscribe on all major p…
 
This first episode of Vulnerable Entrepreneurs is about how the concept came to be. Kham and Sean share what makes entrepreneurs tick. What makes them vulnerable. Listen to this episode and others to understand the successes, the roadblocks and the journey of a variety of business leaders. They will share all aspects of their life that makes the co…
 
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