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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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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 

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THANK YOU!

Thanks again for listening to the show! If it has helped you in any way, please share it using the social media buttons you see on the page.

Also, reviews for the podcast on iTunes are extremely helpful and greatly appreciated! They do matter in the rankings of the show and I definitely read each and every one of them.

Become part of the 25 Tribe!

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.

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