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21st Century Entrepreneurship

The 21st Century Entrepreneurship Podcast is a 4 x Gold-Award weekly show that features interviews with cutting-edge leaders and successful entrepreneurs. We talk about the fundamentals of starting and growing a business, achieving and maintaining success, as well as the difficulties of entrepreneurship and its future. Subscribe to the 21st Century Entrepreneurship Podcast and never miss an episode, so you can stay on top of the curve and gain the knowledge you need to succeed in today's competitive landscape.

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Recent Episodes of 21st Century Entrepreneurship


Alex Duta: Can Youth Be an Entrepreneurial Edge?

Alex Duta: Can Youth Be an Entrepreneurial Edge?

Alex Duta is a dynamic entrepreneur hailing from the Chicagoland area, who has woven resilience and strategic vision into his career trajectory. In our conversation, we explored his unique backstory starting from his parent's migration from communist Romania to establishing their new lives in America. Alex shares, "The coolest part of what I think they did with both me and my brother was that they built the best children for the world." This foundational principle deeply influenced his entrepreneurial journey.

Alex began his career path at a young age, challenging traditional norms by starting a snow removal...

Episode 50 11 July 2024 18m and 52s


Anne Brown: Is Now the Time to Start Your Own Business?

Anne Brown: Is Now the Time to Start Your Own Business?

Anne Brown is the CEO of Gazelle Global, and we spoke about the potential and challenges of venturing into entrepreneurship. During our discussion, Anne reflects on her experiences as a founder and leader, emphasizing the empowerment and responsibility that come with being your own boss. She notes, "Once you are in control of your own destiny, I think life becomes easier because you make the success of your life or you don't, but it's all on you."

In this insightful conversation, Anne explores differences between working for someone else and steering your own company. She shares her...

Episode 49 10 July 2024 11m and 39s


Robin Hills: Can AI Ever Match Human Emotion?

Robin Hills: Can AI Ever Match Human Emotion?

Robin Hills is an emotional intelligence coach who joined us to explore the intricate dance between artificial intelligence (AI) and emotional intelligence (EI). During our conversation, Robin delved into how these two fields intersect and impact 21st-century entrepreneurship, emphasizing the unique qualities that define human intelligence.

Robin explains, "Emotional intelligence is the way in which we combine our thinking with our feelings to make good quality decisions and build up authentic relationships." He posits that while AI may excel in data processing and pattern recognition, it lacks the inherent human capacity to forge deep relationships and make...

Episode 48 5 July 2024 27m and 26s


Phyllis Quinlan: Can Compassion Survive Burnout?

Phyllis Quinlan: Can Compassion Survive Burnout?

Phyllis Quinlan is a seasoned professional coach who brings her extensive experience in healthcare to the fore in addressing some of the most pressing challenges faced by caregivers today. Our conversation dives into the intricate dynamics of caregiver burnout, the conflation of healthcare's business aspects with caregiving, and the crucial role of emotional intelligence in maintaining a healthy workplace.

Phyllis's journey started when a nurse reached out to her, suffering from what Phyllis later recognized as "empathy fatigue, caregiver fatigue, or what we now label as burnout." This encounter marked a turning point, pushing her to specialize...

Episode 47 3 July 2024 22m and 43s


Justin Hanover: Secrets to Fitness Business Mastery?

Justin Hanover: Secrets to Fitness Business Mastery?

Justin Hanover, a veteran entrepreneur in the fitness industry, shares his journey from opening a gym at 19 to leading a top coaching agency, Fitness Revolution. Our conversation unveils his approach to transforming fitness businesses through strategic guidance and innovative solutions.

Justin's experience spans across pivotal areas such as gym management, business coaching, and marketing strategy. He emphasizes the role of effective systems in achieving business growth, explaining, “We’ve nailed it down to 26 different core systems that fit within the core foundations of business.” This structured approach has guided over 4000 fitness business owners towards sustained success.

A si...

Episode 46 2 July 2024 16m and 11s


Priscilla McKinney: Can True Collaboration Transform Work?

Priscilla McKinney: Can True Collaboration Transform Work?

Priscilla McKinney is an entrepreneur with a keen interest in the dynamics of collaboration. In our discussion, we explored the misconceptions and the transformative potential of true collaboration in the workplace. McKinney, the author of Collaboration is the New Competition, shares insights from her journey and the lessons learned about fostering genuine collaborative environments.

The conversation kicks off with McKinney reflecting on the pivotal experiences in early education that shape our attitudes toward collaboration. She notes, “It happened to most of us around the fifth grade,” pointing out the flawed approach of forced group work that continues into...

Episode 45 1 July 2024 14m and 27s


Nader Sabry: Unlocking Growth Secrets—Can You Master It?

Nader Sabry: Unlocking Growth Secrets—Can You Master It?

Nader Sabry is a strategist, innovator, and entrepreneur with over 25 years of experience in exponential organizational growth. In our conversation, we explored the nuanced world of growth sciences—a field that moves beyond traditional growth hacking to embrace a more structured approach that Fortune 500s, unicorns, and startups at various levels are now adopting. Sabry explains, "It's called the growth sciences... it originates from something even more popularly known as growth hacking, which has shifted from essentially hacking to an actual science."

We explored Sabry's journey from launching one of the world's first Internet service providers to ad...

Episode 44 29 June 2024 26m and 50s


Britt Gottschalk: How Can Data Change Healthcare?

Britt Gottschalk: How Can Data Change Healthcare?

Britt Gottschalk is the CEO and a dynamic creator of change, thriving in the challenging world of health data management. We explored her extensive career, which spans from waste management to management consulting, highlighting her 'figure-it-out' mentality and her role as a jack of all trades. Britt's current focus is on empowering individuals to control and benefit from their health data, a mission that bridges her passion for problem-solving with her entrepreneurial spirit.

Britt began her career in corporate America, leveraging her dual master's degrees in business administration and industrial organizational psychology. Her initial roles involved navigating...

Episode 43 26 June 2024 20m and 10s


Blake Reichenbach: How to Thrive in Part-Time Entrepreneurship?

Blake Reichenbach: How to Thrive in Part-Time Entrepreneurship?

Blake Reichenbach is a Product Manager at HubSpot, focusing on the Content AI Platform, and the founder of Howdy, Curiosity, an innovative online nonfiction bookstore and learning community. With a rich background in higher education, marketing, and the SaaS industry, Blake brings a wealth of expertise and a unique perspective to his roles. His professional journey at HubSpot has been marked by leading pivotal initiatives such as the modernization of Trust and Safety infrastructure through advanced machine learning integrations while managing multiple high-priority corporate objectives.

In our conversation, we explored the nuanced challenges and triumphs of nurturing...

Episode 42 24 June 2024 25m and 32s


Elizabeth Eiss: Can Small Businesses Truly Scale Today?

Elizabeth Eiss: Can Small Businesses Truly Scale Today?

Elizabeth Eiss is a seasoned entrepreneur and an advocate for small businesses and solopreneurs. In our conversation, we explored the crucial role small enterprises play in the economy and the unique challenges they face. Elizabeth shared her insights on how small businesses can leverage the gig economy to scale effectively, optimize operations, and maximize their impact. "Small businesses are the backbone of... economies," Elizabeth points out, emphasizing the profound influence they hold over national productivity.

A significant portion of our discussion revolved around the potential of freelance talent to transform small business operations. Elizabeth's approach is not...

Episode 41 22 June 2024 25m and 43s

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