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FTC 180 | Doing Business Through Locate

180: Locate™: Changing the Way People Do Business With Nick Schiffelbein

When you realize that product launching is far away from the Hollywood version of instant success, it’s tempting to take the easy way out than march through the grind until it’s done. In this episode, host Mitch Russo interviews cloud-based application architect and Locate Chief Technology Officer, Nick Schiffelbein. Sharing his early entrepreneurial journey to finally choosing his life path, he explains the pains and the grind of perfecting a software product to the point that it changes how people do business. Learn the value of having mentors with a long-term mindset, delegating tasks to scale a business, and the power of knowing your customers by heart. Discover Nick’s advice to young startup founders with a brilliant idea and are ready to take risks and start their own venture.

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FTC 176 | Making Meetings Productive

176: Productive Meetings: Leading Time Between Insight And Action With Darren Chait

Meetings tend to be the bane of every working individual in this world because, for the most part, they are unproductive and thus, causing a lot of waste in both time and money. Co-founder and COO of Hugo, Darren Chait, is all about saving time and making fast-moving teams to make meeting insights shareable and actionable. Darren grew up with a family with a small business and is all about building your own. This led to his discovery of a time-management tool that came out of his frustration from experiencing the exhausting days in meetings. He shares the story on how it led him to create his product and the critical errors that led him to improve it with his co-founder. He goes further into details on how to answer the right questions and stop wasting time.

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YFTC 009 | Business

9: Ace Chapman Says Don’t Start Businesses, Buy Them

Ace Chapman was a born entrepreneur; at the age of 5 he sold his school pictures to make back the $20 it cost for him to take them, by the age of 19 he had bought his first business, and by the age of 21 he had made his first million.

A college dropout with an eye for opportunity, Ace Chapman found a calling in buying and selling businesses. It was with the motivation to continue enjoying his life and having the luxury of freedom to do what he wanted that he invested in this business of buying businesses.

In the past 16 years, Ace has purchased over 40 businesses and discovered unique strategies to finance businesses and continues to help other people leverage those same strategies.

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