To be successful in business you quickly learn that you need the support of the people around you. But often those closest to you do not know how to help you. You need to find a community of entrepreneurs and business owners. In theory that makes sense and is an easy concept to understand. But where do you find this community? How do you help and support each other?
CoWorking is all the rage with companies like WeWork leading the way, but what happens when your coworking space puts a community of entrepreneurship at the core of it's focus.
Have you ever felt like you are hiding your ‘real’ self? Maybe you feel like you need to segment your life to give people what they want.
May of us hide authentic selfs, our faith, our family, and segment ourselves into the persona for the situation. Joseph Warren and I discuss why we need to be more transparent and how faith needs to be a foundation of our business.
Chad Frey is at the bleeding edge of the Maker Movement. Chad shares how entrepreneurs and makers are changing education through S.T.E.M. and S.T.E.A.M. By bringing the maker movement directly into schools we are able to shape the next generation of innovators and influencers to think outside the box and bring new solutions to the problems they face.
In today's episode Chad and I also discuss education, co-working, makerspaces, diversity, the social responsibility of entrepreneurs, the importance of the arts, a maker manifesto, finding the right vocation, having informed conversations, and much more.
Steve Trindad is the founder of Urban Workshop a maker space in Southern California. In this episode we discus how life can take you on amazing journeys, how he started Urban Workshop, the importance of community, and our education system.