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Small Business War Stories

Small businesses are the soul of America. This is where they tell their stories. Small Business War Stories is a weekly show recorded in person with small business owners. We discuss different topics and get the triumphs, struggles, and funny stories from our guests' everyday lives. Hosted by Pablo Fuentes, an entrepreneur and musician based in Austin, Texas.
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Now displaying: February, 2019
Feb 27, 2019

Mercer is the man!

You'll be really impressed by his story of constant reinvention and learning, but that's not all.

Mercer will help you understand how to start demystifying online marketing, so you can start really making your marketing work for you.

We had a fun talk, but more importantly, I learned a lot, and so will you :)

Feb 20, 2019

Tara Dawn Chapman went from being a CIA agent to cold-emailing a bee farm. The email included her squat and deadlift numbers (beekeeping is hard work!).

The rest, as they say, is history. Tara launched Two Hives Honey by putting hives in people's backyards. She then partnered with the hosts by harvesting the honey while teaching them beekeeping.

Always wanted to know about bees? Are you interested in a badass female entrepreneur making her vision happen? Tune in!

Feb 13, 2019

Today's episode is nothing short of magical.

I sat down with Daniel Whittington, the new Chancellor of The Wizard Academy.

We talk storytelling, business, and what it means to run a business school that tackles business from the right side of the brain.

What is The Tower? Why are there statues of Don Quixote everywhere? What exactly are the Magical Worlds of Communication?

All of this and more in today's episode. 

Feb 6, 2019

Mick Whitcomb takes old objects like typewriters and scales and makes funky awesome light fixtures out of them. His wife Paige makes beautiful tintype photography.

Mick and Paige spend 300 days on the road with their dog, going to different art shows, setting up their booth, and making a living.

They are based out of Springfield, Missouri, but their customers are nationwide.

This is a fascinating story, and a business model that I had not seen yet.

We cover what it's like to be a traveling artist, how to get accepted into art shows, and what it's like to travel and work with your spouse.

Don't miss this episode...it's packed to the brim with unique stories!

 

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