Gelie Akhenblit talks with Jesse Moreng, Co-Founder of Optymize, a center designed to align your mind, body and breath with the 4 elements of nature, about his transition from professional MMA fighter to becoming an entrepreneur (twice), and following his passion for health & wellness.
Gelie Akhenblit talks with Tim Lyons Jr. about having the confidence in yourself as an entrepreneur. Lyons is a serial entrepreneur on a mission to help gym owners WIN. He’s currently in his 10th year of successfully scaling Pulse Fitness to a 7-figure facility, and is now helping other gym owners do the same.
Neil Balter, who founded California Closets at the age of 17, is a world famous success story. But his life and perspective changed when his son was diagnosed with Autism. And then Balter had to face his own cancer diagnosis. He was told that he had 12 months to live.
“Thoughts become words. Words become actions. Actions become habits. If we are constantly talking about things that matter, sooner or later, we are going to put some action behind what we are saying.” Phoenix Entrepreneur is starting a conversation with his new line of socks called Voyce Threads
Success does not have to come at the expense of my own well being. Tanya Wheeless is the former CEO of the Arizona Bankers Association (a job she had at age 27!) and an Executive with the Phoenix Suns.
Beauty runs generations deep for Adriana Campbell, Valley aesthetician and founder of a new luxury skincare line formulated specifically for desert dwellers.
Amanda Coe was a fast rising star in the Canadian business world having worked for the Canadian Federal Government in her 20’s. But then a mysterious health crisis sidelined her.
Nationally award-winning business owner, author, speaker and small business coach, Bella Vasta, is here to share her story about taking back control of her life and business after tragedy struck. Now she teaches other people all over the world how they can set up their own business to survive.
Renee Dee recently made a big comeback by launching her new online magazine, ICONIC. When Renee gets something in her head, she is not one to waste time or allow fear to get in the way. Renee is a visionary, she manages her fear through speed.
Tanya Wheeless, CEO of Happy Grace, shares her journey to happiness. It didn’t happen overnight! Following law school, she went to work for one of her clients as CEO for Arizona Bankers Association, which then led her to working as the Senior Vice President for the Phoenix Suns.