What happens when you infuse the mental components of training and preparing for an athletic event into your business? Results and success, that’s what! Today, Kristin talks about how she manifested a win in the Iron Horse Bicycle Classic road race over Memorial Day weekend and how she uses the same techniques to create sustainable and remarkable success in her businesses. For Kristin, being an athlete is a major focal point of passion and it’s nothing short of mandatory to bridge that passion into her career and her companies, www.verdepr.com and www.livinguber.com. Learn how she translates her winning mindset from competitive road bike racing to business. Learn skills and techniques to fully show up for the win in life and in business! Follow the Intrepid Entrepreneur to get more updates by joining our community on Twitter (@GoLivingUber) and Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/LivingUber) and visit the LivingUber website (www.livinguber.com). Don’t forget to rate, review and subscribe if you’re finding value and stoke from listening to Kristin on the Intrepid Entrepreneur.
What’s the common thread between F1 Racing, poker, window tinting and mountain biking? Chris Sugai of course! Sugai is the founder and visionary behind Niner Bikes, the beloved independent bike company that’s ushered in the era of the 29” mountain bike. At Niner, the 29-er isn’t just “a token in the line-up,” according to the company’s website. “It’s our one and only love, our heart and soul out there on the trail.” Chris Sugai has built a team in lock step with his belief in the amazing ride quality of the 29-er at his Fort Collins, Colo., headquarters. And, Sugai has always been a leader as an entrepreneur. The Niner story is inspiring and Sugai is humble and approachable – he literally makes it look easy to follow your passion! What’s more, Sugai also puts IMBA front and center, Niner is a great supporter of trails, which is also very inspirational!
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This week, Kristin Carpenter-Ogden interviews Rue Mapp, Founder and CEO of Outdoor Afro on the Intrepid Entrepreneur podcast. In addition to being a visionary entrepreneur, Mapp is becoming a nationally recognized leader who is highly committed to connecting African Americans to the outdoors and nature.
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Are you new to the entrepreneurial world? Do you want to connect with other Early Onset Entrepreneurs (EOE)? Then you’ll want to listen to this podcast – because this week we talk with Justin Sisley, the man behind the voice of Driven To Better Podcast. If you’re new at being an entrepreneur and you’re growing tired of reading about all of the most awesome Elon Musks of the world, you do have a podcast show and it’s called Driven to Better!
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Socks. Yes, socks. DeFeet socks, to be precise. Kristin talks with Shane Cooper of DeFeet in this weeks’ Intrepid Entrepreneur Podcast. They discuss the passion behind his business that trumps even the hardest set backs and difficulties – the humor and the chutzpah that packs a punch when you’re an entrepreneur. Follow Intrepid Entrepreneur to get more updates (especially about our upcoming weekly giveaways) by joining our community on Twitter (@GoLivingUber) and Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/LivingUber) and visit the LivingUber website (www.livinguber.com). Don’t forget to rate, review and subscribe if these podcasts are becoming your latest obsession!