Lindsey LaShell’s on her second run in tech, having spent some time in education too. This time around she’s heading up her own Digital Marketing Group and getting her clients products and projects out there and in front of customers.
“I think the internet can level the playing field like nothing else in history. Education of all kinds is cheaper and more accessible to more people than ever before. Authentic voices can be heard by larger audiences.” – Lindsey
Between stints in the Army, the real estate business, and performing music, Chad Cavanaugh has always dives right into whatever he’s doing headfirst. Ultimately, he settled in as a comic book creator with his own imprint, Grunt 1B Comics.
“You’ll find the issues of my original, post apocalyptic series, The Map, the vigilante/crime noir Bedlam In Troubletown, a supernatural western called Dead Oro Live and my viking series-created as an homage to my former Army roommate (RIP) Radgød, at my store!” – Chad
Stephanie found out that the career she’d worked her way through college to get, wasn’t what she wanted. So she left the job, moved to California, and studied to become a yoga instructor.
“I used to think that yoga was something people did just to stretch. But seven years ago, to counter the stress I put on my body running, I began practicing asana and discovered something I had been seeking for years: the manifestation of meditation through motion.” – Stephanie
Matt Meis has been in the jewelry business, designer, appraser, and seller, for over 40 years. Hear how he transitioned from working in store fronts and malls to breaking out on his own.
“I meet with my clients at their offices and homes throughout San Diego. This makes the custom jewelry design process effortless for you. Plus, not having a storefront also means lower overhead, which allows me to offer very competitive pricing. I proudly serve clients across the US and around the globe.” – Matt Meis
Eleanor sings jazz and teaches voice. Listen to her talk about instructing, using the internet to get students, and the influence of American Idol and K Pop.
Eleanor is a voice technique consultant for individuals, bands, studios and large music events companies. She additionally coaches artists on their stage shows and presentation. Her students and clients have garnered wins and nominations at the GRAMMY Awards, Chinese Music Awards, and Los Angeles Music Awards.
This is the first of what I hope is many podcast interviews with freelancers, entrepreneurs, and other small business people.
After 17 years working in the technology industry, Adam Wisnewski walked away from it just as it walked away from him. Now he shares his love of cooking through education, offering group classes, appearing on television, and writing a cookbook.
“I’ve been cooking for 40 years, with more than 15 years in the restaurant business. I’ve been helping friends and family expand their cooking skills since I was in high school, now I’m ready to help you!” – Adam