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Entrepreneur Before 25

On EB25, Chelann Gienger interviews inspiring entrepreneurs who started their journey at the age of 25 and under. The topics discussed dig deep into their entrepreneurial journey- the good, the bad and the learned. Through the stories told you will learn the art of being YOUNG and SUCCESSFUL. And not just entrepreneurial success, but LIFE success. So, this podcast is for YOU, the young entrepreneur who wants to be inspired and empowered to live in freedom and life balance while still chasing your entrepreneurial dreams and goals.
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Jul 18, 2018

Such a powerful conversation with Cory Pinegar on the show today! Cory is just 24 years old and the CEO of CallForce: a dental solutions company that is dedicated to helping dentists succeed in their practices by capitalizing on the business they have already generated. In 2017, CallForce grew over 300%, and this year they have already doubled their book of business.

We talk about what that growth has looked like in terms of developing culture, systems, sales, and much more. 


Resources:

Connect with Cory further: Facebook | LinkedIn

Learn more about Call Force!

Email Cory: Cory@getcallforce.com

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Jul 11, 2018

Today's interview is with a second-time guest on EB25, Eric Termuende! This conversation was insightful on so many different levels. 

A few topics we discussed:

  • What human connectivity looks like in 2018 and what role social media plays 
  • How to create the life you want to be a part of
  • How to surround yourself with the right people
  • Emotional intelligence
  • A new approach to goal setting

Eric is a deep thinker and an advocate for rethinking work. A bestselling author, speaker, and entrepreneur, Eric is the co-founder of NoW Innovations and has been featured in Forbes, Inc., Thrive Global, the Huffington Post, and many others. Eric is recognized as a Top 100 Emerging Innovator under 35, is a former Canadian G20 YEA Delegate, signed by the National Speakers Bureau and travels the world, and a TEDx speaker. His bestselling book, Rethink Work is now available on Amazon and in bookstores across Canada.


Resources:

Connect with Eric further: Facebook | Twitter LinkedIn | Instagram 

Read more from Eric: erictermuende.com

Get Eric's best selling book: Rethink Work

Listen to Eric's first episode on EB25: Rethinking what it means to work

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Jul 4, 2018

On the outside, it can look like we live the perfect life and that our business boomed overnight. But hearing the process to getting there is always fascinating to me. Most of the time, it's all guts and no glory until way later down the road. 

Marisa Sergi's 15's love affair with wine started in the basement of her grandparents' home with a sippy cup at age 3. In fifth grade, she went public with her dream of being a winemaker. A third-generation winemaker, she came by her career choice naturally, having grown up in the family winery business, and in 2015, she graduated from Cornell University with a degree in enology and viticulture. 

Her senior-year capstone project at Cornell led to the launch of RedHead Wine, a unique blend of California Zinfandel and Chilean Carménère. Although Sergi has been working full-time on RedHead only since August 2016, it's already available at nearly 300 stores in Ohio, has a national distribution deal in the works, and scored shelf space with Walmart, Kroger, Giant Eagle and many more!

Her longer-term goal is to create an iconic RedHead brand, with a broad product line. Sergi's wine is her own unique concept, and now a growing business, if you will pardon the pun.

Hear the story of RedHead Wine (the good and the bad) first-hand:


Resources:

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Learn more about RedHead Wine!

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Jul 2, 2018

Today's CWCM episode is a Q&A with yours truly! I've never done an official Q&A on the podcast before and I have to admit... It was pretty fun!

I put out a call for questions in the 25 Tribe Community and got some great ones back.

Some of the questions I answer today include:

How do I find the right balance in investing my time between NUYU, the podcast, and community?

What does my 5-year plan look like, personally and vocationally?

If you have a business idea, where do you start? 

What is something I would recommend researching before diving into an e-commerce or online wellness coaching business?

What are two goals on my bucket list?

What is one thing that makes me laugh whenever I think of it?

What are the top 3 books I recommend?

Needless to say, it's was a fun episode to record for Y'all!

So, sit back and enjoy July's CWCM episode! 


Resources:

Time-blocking episode: Maximizing your productivity through the power of time-blocking

Business partnership episode: Choosing friendship and building business 

Business plan development: Liveplan.com

Connect with Chelann further: Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | LinkedIn

Learn more about Chelann: chelanngienger.com 

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Jun 27, 2018

Zachary Babcock is a former drug addict who spent over 5 years of his life in prison.

After missing the birth of his twin sons, he decided to transform his life and become a responsible father and successful entrepreneur.

Now Zachary is a goal achievement coach with the mission to empower the underdogs with practical tools to rise up, break free, and dominate life.

Zachary has overcome SO many odds to get to where he is today.

If you're feeling down about your current situation and you feel like there is no possible way to reach your goals, listen to this episode.

If Zachary can overcome the extreme odds in his life, you can do ANYTHING!


Resources:

Connect with Zachary further: Facebook | Twitter LinkedIn | Instagram 

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Jun 20, 2018

3 years ago, Christian Zeron decided to ditch law school to sell watches on the internet. Now, his vintage watch company, Theo&Harris, is reshaping the online retail industry and is defining itself as a prominent leader in its field. 

The craziest part is that Christian is just 22 years old and his team is primarily individuals around that age as well! 

To say that this interview is interesting, inspiring and on fire definitely an understatement! 

Here's his official and very cryptic bio:

Christian Zeron is a retail entrepreneur with a passion for storytelling and the founder of Theo&Harris. On a macro level, Christian is reverse-engineering his dream job. On a micro level, he talks about watches, drinks Cutty Sark, and Instagrams. 


Resources:

Connect with Christian further:  Facebook | LinkedInInstagram

Check out Theo&Harris for yourself!

Follow Theo&Harris on Instagram

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Jun 13, 2018

I've been trying to wait patiently for a couple months for today's episode to drop! 

In this interview, I get to talk with one of my close friends and PR expert, Heather DeSantis! Her story of building her top-rated PR agency, Publicity For Good, will leave you feeling like you can do anything!

Not only do we cover her entrepreneurial story, but Heather shares basic and key PR principles that a lot of us don't even think about when we're trying to increase exposure for our brand.

More on Heather:

Heather DeSantis, Top Millennial To Follow & Thought Leader of 2018, is an internationally recognized PR expert who helps mission-driven entrepreneurs and organizations get major exposure, impact millions, and turn that influence into business growth.

After 3 years of working for a PR firm, she branched out and started The Influencer Revolution to help her clients to land dozens of high level media appearances on outlets like ABC, Fox, CBS, CNN, Adult Swim, iHeart Media, Forbes, Business Insider, Yahoo, CNBC, Marie Claire, and many more.

Heather loves being able to help people spread their message and grow their business at the same time using proven methods to land tons of media opportunities and result in raving fans and new customers. Her relationships with producers span across different industries and chances are if you want IN on a certain outlet, she knows the right person to reach out to.


Resources:

Connect with Heather further:  Facebook | Twitter LinkedIn | Instagram 

Learn more about what Heather is up to at Publicity for Good!

Join her Facebook Group: Get Featured On Media

News Curator Mentioned: FLIPBOARD

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Jun 6, 2018

I learned SO much from today's episode with Allen Gannett. Allen is the founder and CEO of TrackMaven and the author of The Creative Curve that releases June 12, 2018!

Creativity is such an interesting and sometimes extremely abstract concept. Often times, we can tell ourselves the story that we don't have a creative bone in our body and creativity isn't something we'll ever be good at. 

In today's episode and through his extensive research for his book, Allen demystifies the concept of creativity. 

Not only do we break-down how to harness your inner creative genius, but YOU got your questions answered too 25 Tribe! Right before I conducted this interview, I asked you what you wanted to know about Allen and his entrepreneurial journey and we were able to cover those questions as well in today's episode.

It's safe to say that this interview is FULL of value. 

Allen's Official Bio:

Allen Gannett is the founder and CEO of TrackMaven, a marketing analytics platform whose clients have included Microsoft, Marriott, Saks Fifth Avenue, Home Depot, Aetna (Etna), Honda, and GE. He has been on the “30 Under 30” lists for both Inc. and Forbes. He is a contributor for FastCompany.com and has an upcoming book The Creative Curve, on how anyone can achieve moments of creative genius, coming out in June 2018 from Currency, a division of Penguin Random House. He was also once a very pitiful runner-up on Wheel of Fortune.


Resources:

Connect with Allen further: Facebook | Twitter LinkedIn | Instagram 

Learn more about Allen by visiting his personal website!

Get Allen's new book: The Creative Curve 

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Jun 4, 2018

In today's CWCM episode, we flip the script and I'm the one getting interviewed on EB25. I know... Plot twist, right? ;) 

Kyle Herron (a well-seasoned entrepreneur, popular past guest on EB25 and active member of the 25 Tribe) interviewed me and asked all the good questions. 

We talk about where it all started, my views on failure, when to let go of relationships along your journey, how my faith and spirituality play a role in everything I do, my vision for Entrepreneur Before 25 and MUCH  more. 

So, if you want to get to know a little bit about my personal story and journey of entrepreneurship, this episode definitely catalogs the highs, the lows, the insights and a lot in between. 


Resources:

Connect with Chelann further: Facebook | Twitter Instagram | LinkedIn

Learn more about Chelann: chelanngienger.com 

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Learn more about Chelann: chelanngienger.com 

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May 30, 2018

So much gold in today's episode with Johnathan Grzybowski! 

What does it look like to align your business with your calling and what fulfills you? What hard decisions and truths do you need to face to make that happen? 

Johnathan authentically answers the above questions by sharing his journey of building a socially conscious startup and ultimately changing the narrative through his business. 

A rogue risk taker turned entrepreneur and national thought leader in digital marketing and branding, Jonathan is the Co-founder of Penji- an unlimited graphic design service for marketing teams, that ultimately provides work and internship opportunities to Camden students and residents.


Resources:

Connect with Johnathan further:  Facebook | Twitter LinkedIn | Instagram

Learn more about Penji!

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May 23, 2018

John Logan is a magician & keynote speaker who travels and shares his message that 'impossible' is just a word.

By the age of 24, he published two books, had his own show on Patriots.com with different players of the New England Patriots, and was a speaker at the Forbes Summit and multiple TEDx events.

Based on five years of primary and secondary research, he currently travels the country showcasing creativity techniques entertainers use and how they can be applicable to an entrepreneurial setting.

 


Resources:

Connect with John further: Facebook | Twitter LinkedIn | Instagram 

Learn more about John by visiting his personal website!

Email: info@johndukelogan.com 

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May 16, 2018

From farming land to farming data, Steven Brockshus is filling a gap by building the Zillow for Farmland. In this EB25 interview, Steven shares the learnings, failures, ups, and downs of building his company, FarmlandFinder.

Steven was raised on a 5th generation family dairy farm in Iowa. Having no background in software development, he set out to start an online business for farmland real estate. Having bootstrapped the company, he now has team members in the US, Vietnam, and Africa. FarmlandFinder gives farmland professionals their time back and provides them with a peace of mind by providing real-time notifications about farmland sales.


Resources:

Connect with Steven further: Facebook | InstagramTwitter LinkedIn

Learn more about FarmlandFinder!

Other resources mentioned: 

Flow-E - A visual task board for your email

Airtable - The all-in-one collaboration platform

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May 9, 2018

I've had a lot of conversations with young entrepreneurs and Katie Eder takes young entrepreneurship to a whole new level! 

Katie is an 18-year-old high school student and the founder of a nonprofit called Kids Tales (KidsTales.org). Kids Tales sends high school students into summer camps and schools to teach creative writing to kids who do not have access to writing experiences outside of school. During a Kids Tales workshop, kids brainstorm, write, and edit their own short story. At the end of the week, the stories are published as an anthology, a real book.

Since its inception in 2014, more than 300 teenagers have taught Kids Tales to nearly 1200 kids across twelve U.S. cities and eight countries. So AMAZING. 

Katie inspires me with her tenacity, endurance, and persistence. She doesn't put herself in a box. She doesn't just dream big things but she makes those big dreams happen. 


Resources:

Connect with Katie further: Facebook | Twitter Instagram 

Learn more about Kids Tales!

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May 7, 2018

Welcome back to another CWCM! For those of you who didn't catch it the last time, I've officially named these Monday episodes: Coffee with Chelann Mondays (CWCM). The first Monday of every month I will be releasing a bonus episode for the week with myself either doing a solo episode on an on-demand topic, or I'll be featuring a conversation I had with a special guest.

Today's CWCM is with yours truly. I sat down with my coffee and went into detail about a topic I mention a lot but haven't ever gone into too much detail about on the show.

That topic is time-blocking. You better believe it. ;)

The concept of time has always been fascinating to me. It never stops and sometimes it can move incredibly slow, but in hindsight, it always seems to fly by. Time is our most precious commodity because we can't get it back.

So how do we make the most of our time?  Well, today I talk about how to maximize your productivity through the power of time-blocking. This concept has been a game-changer for me and I hope that it sheds some light and perspective for you as well!


An example of my time-blocked day: 

4:30 am- Morning routine

6:15 am- Reply to emails, Facebook group comments, and post in the Facebook group

7:20 am- Prep for afternoon interviews

7:50 am- Record and edit CWCM episode

8:50 am- Create an email to list about CWCM episode

9:15 am- Add new email to 25 Tribe initial email sequence

9:40 am- Update NUYU weekly update board

10:00 am- Create e-book version of NUYU Culture Book (complete half)

10:40 am- Analyze cash flow

11:00 am- Workout

12:00 pm- Go to juice bar

1:30 pm- Call #1 with 25 Tribe Member

2:15 pm- Plan New York trip

3:00 pm- Interview #1

4:10 pm- Call #2 with 25 Tribe Member

5:00 pm- Interview #2

6:00 pm- Finish up loose ends of anything that didn't get accomplished

7:00 pm- Dinner with roommate


Connect with Chelann further: Facebook | Twitter Instagram | LinkedIn

Learn more about Chelann: chelanngienger.com 

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May 2, 2018

In today's interview with Larry Yu we talk Facebook advertising, targeting ads, building your avatar and also the power of compounding your focus.

Larry and his brother Perry started selling online at the end of high school. What began as a naive exploration soon became an integral part of their lives. Since then, they've built and sold two e-commerce companies before starting their own marketing agency, HighConvertingAds, which specializes in combining Facebook advertising with big data analysis for extraordinary targeting abilities. Larry and Perry have been directly responsible for over $2,000,000 in sales for businesses they've helped.

I also share a very exciting announcement at the beginning of this episode...!


Resources:

Connect with Larry further: Facebook | LinkedIn

Check out HighConvertingAds for yourself!

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Apr 25, 2018

This is EPISODE 100 of the Entrepreneur Before 25 Podcast! It's so crazy to think that 100 inspiring, young entrepreneurs have been featured on this show. We've heard their highs, their lows and ultimately their story of chasing their entrepreneurial dreams and goals. Getting an inside look into the journey's of each and every one of the EB25 guests has been such an honor.

Today's guest and the topic is the perfect thing to welcome in this monumental moment. I get to chat with Cheyenne Noelle about her journey from fighting depression to where she is today- an authentic and unstoppable powerhouse who's changing the world one self-discovery at a time.

The quote "change yourself to change the world" is embodied in the way Cheyenne lives and approaches her life. Listening back to this conversation got me pumped up all over again.

Don't miss episode 100 of Entrepreneur Before 25.

A little more about Cheyenne:

Cheyenne Noelle is a writer and creative strategist driven by human connection. She crafts copies for the tech, design, and music industries. Cheyenne's first journey in entrepreneurship came as a model. She built a career in 6 months without an agent. Since then, she's interned at Relix Magazine, freelanced as a content strategist for Paradigm Innovation, ghostwritten content for executives, and now she'll be writing UX microcopy for sieo. Recently, Cheyenne has been featured in the Successful Dropout and Young Revolutionary Minds podcasts as an innovator and go-getter. Her mission is to empower people to think deep and execute big!


Resources:

Connect with Cheyenne further: Facebook | Twitter LinkedIn | Instagram 

Read more from Cheyenne: Medium

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Apr 18, 2018

Today I have a VERY special guest on the podcast! You get to hear from my dad, Lonnie Gienger! You're definitely in for a treat. My dad is one of the greatest leaders I know. So to get him on the show to talk about his favorite topic (which also happens to be leadership) was incredible and such an honor.

Even though I get to talk to my dad all the time, I was taking notes during this interview because he shared so much wisdom:

A brief bio of Lonnie:

Lonnie has been actively involved in building numerous entrepreneurial ventures and has owned and managed several successful businesses over the last 30 years. His passion is using business as a platform to build a better world. And his purpose is to develop and implement self-perpetuating leadership development systems that draw millions of people around the world to experience systems for extraordinary life success.
 

Resources:

Connect with Lonnie further:  Facebook |  LinkedInInstagram 

Listen to the Systems For Success Podcast!

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Apr 11, 2018

We talk about building relationships a lot on EB25- relationships are one of the most important aspects of life. Today I chat with David France who is the best selling author of Show Up: Unlocking the Power of Relational Networking. 

Along with being a best selling author, David is an international performer and an innovative educator.

He is currently the founder and Executive Director of Revolution of Hope, an arts for social change initiative in Boston whose flagship program is the Roxbury Youth Orchestra. He was recently named a Top 40 Urban Innovator Under 40 in the United States and a top 100 most influential people of Color in Boston. He has been featured in New York Times, NBC Nightly News, BBC Radio, Time Magazine and has recently spoken at TEDx Fenway and INBOUND 2017. David has performed with today's leading artists including Smokey Robinson, Josh Groban, Kenny Rogers, and Quincy Jones.

Above all, David believes that joy in this life is maximized when you Give Your Life Away.

Apr 4, 2018

Meet Judith Martinez- the Founder and CEO of InHerShoes. Today we discuss and even make commitments on air about what is possible if you are just one percent more courageous each day. 

A little more about Judith-

InHerShoes is a millennial-led, social impact driven, global organization committed to catalyzing courage for young girls and women around the world. Their mission is simple: activate the genius of a generation to make a difference in their communities now. A by-product being re-defying traditional standards of what it looks like to be a successful woman today. Along with her roles at InHerShoes, Judith is the Chief of Strategy at Orenda Collective (a boutique consulting agency) where she’s equipping businesses with social impact strategies that grow profit and social impact.

Recognized by The Next Big Thing Movement as one of 2017's Millennial Influencers, Judith was nominated to join the ranks of Forbes 30 Under 30 for her commitment to first generation women and transforming what it means to be a non-profit in this day and age.

AUDIO DISCLAIMER:

Because of some technical difficulties, my audio throughout this episode is not up to its normal standard. I'm sorry for any inconvenience! But this episode was just too good to redo. So, just try to ignore it. ;)

Apr 2, 2018

Welcome back to yet another Monday episode! For those of you who didn't catch it the last time, I've officially named these episodes: Coffee with Chelann Mondays (CWCM). The first Monday of every month I will be releasing a bonus episode for the week with myself either doing a solo episode on an on-demand topic, or I'll be featuring a conversation I had with a special guest.

Today's conversation features another guest- Richard Moore. 

We covered SO much more than just sales in this conversation including some major perspective shifting topics that had us both thinking deeper about entrepreneurship and life. 

A little more about Richard: 

Richard Moore originally worked 60 hour weeks in the City of London, before deciding to build his own businesses and help others do the same.

After building companies from the trenches up, by taking ownership of sales teams, coaching leadership roles and consulting with multi-hundred million pound organizations, Richard created his own company to help others get massive traction as they launched their businesses.

As he did this, Richard invested in many of the companies he helped to create and shared with the world his views on business, through the weekly live Q&A‘s he runs online, to speaking gigs in front of business owners in his space and his weekly blog. Richard also created products such as the Monetize You course, the Basics of Sales course and direct mentoring of established businesses.

Mar 28, 2018

Adversity is something we all face to varying degrees. Even though life hands more adversity to some than others, we all have a choice on how we choose to let it affect our lives. 

In today's episode, I get to talk to Erika Ashley about how to turn adversity in our creative advantage. We talk about her personal journey with this and expand it to principles that can help us all!

A little more about Erika:

Erika Ashley is a Transformational Business Strategist and member of the Forbes Coaches Council helping millennial women turn their adversity into their creative advantage so they can skyrocket their visibility in the press and scale their business to six and multiple six figures. Erika believes that if she, a queer; over-weight; a chronically ill woman from a poor immigrant family, can succeed, anyone can. She's been featured in Forbes, Nylon, MindBodyGreen, Health, HuffPost, Thrive Global and more.

Mar 21, 2018
This interview with Jae Schaefer hit home for me! We went so deep so fast and really unpacked the concept of limiting beliefs, how they affect our lives and what to do with them. 
 
Jae is so real and authentic. She knows how to break down the process of tackling thought processes that are sometimes so deep that we don't even know where to start. 
 
A little about Jae:
 
Jae is a speaker, writer and life coach from Sydney,  Australia who started her own business at just 21 after quitting her journalism internship at a network newsroom to follow her passion for personal development.
 
In just 3 short years, she has published an eBook, launched a digital course, mentors a tribe of young people in her virtual mastermind called The Next Generation and coached hundreds of millennials on how to let go of fear and self-doubt and make the impact they were born to make on the planet.
 
Jae is currently writing her first book, has been featured in Women's Fitness Magazine, The Daily Telegraph and has most recently been nominated for the Beautiful You Coaching Academy's 'Emerging Coach of the Year' Award for 2018.
Mar 14, 2018

One of my favorite things about podcasting is being able to talk to people who I look up to and who inspire me. I've been following Lynette and her YouTube channel for a couple years now. One day, I decided to reach out to her and see if she wanted to share her story on the podcast. I feel so honored that this incredible woman said yes! 

Lynette has been an inspiration to me in many ways but especially in her ability to stay authentic even while being in the public eye. I loved this interview so much because we got to cover a lot of things along that topic of conversation.

A little about Lynette-

Lynette Hoyle is an online personal trainer, YouTuber, and social media influencer. Her brand and her business help give women the tools, knowledge, and confidence they need to take control of their health and fitness goals in a way that can create balance and harmony in their lives and in their relationship with themselves. From college students to women in retirement, Lynette has helped many find a fitness and nutrition regiment that supports weight loss while still allowing people to enjoy their lives without fear or guilt regarding food or the gym.

Mar 7, 2018

In today's interview, we talk about company culture. Culture is something that we all know is important, but few of us are actually intentional about putting the day-to-day work in to make our desired company culture come to life. I am in LOVE with the topic of company culture so this conversation with Tynan Wenarchuk was so much fun! 

From researcher to internationally recognized entrepreneur, Tynan Wenarchuk has had a dynamic and unexpected journey. In 2015, Tynan started Illuminate Culture Consulting, a firm that works with companies to target business growth through advanced people + culture insights. As the people fanatics  & the “un-stickers,” Tynan and his team are known as the go-to support during the chaotic fast-growth period of a company. With their help, your company can be sure to scale while building the world-class culture you’ve been imagining. Alongside building Illuminate, Tynan keeps a full schedule as a musician and fitness coach, travels the world as a missionary, and exuberantly volunteers for his church and broader community.

Mar 5, 2018

Welcome back to another Monday episode! I've officially named these episodes: Coffee with Chelann Mondays. Why? Because the first Monday of every month I will be releasing a bonus episode for the week with myself either doing a solo episode on an asked for topic, or I'll be featuring a conversation I had with a special guest. And, you all know I love coffee. So, hence that part of the title. ;)

I am SO stoked for today's episode because it features a conversation with myself and my business partners, Teliah Gienger and Kennedy Wilkinson. The direction of this conversation was all centered around how to have a good business partnership.

I talk about business partnerships and Teliah and Kennedy a lot on EB25 episodes, so it's about time that you guys hear from them yourselves! I absolutely LOVE this conversation because it's such a good representation of who we are and what life is really like in our businesses. I'm so excited for you guys to listen and can't wait to hear what you thought about it!

So, sit back and get ready to laugh because you're about to get a candid glimpse into our everyday lives. ;)

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