Today's featured guest, Daronte Jones, has experienced a meteoric rise in his career. He just finished his first season as an assistant defensive backs coach for the Miami Dolphins. Daronte shares just what it's taken to ascend from a high school coach to the coaching staff of a professional football team. Whether you're a fan of football or not, this is an intriguing conversation filled with practical advice for those looking to pursue their passion at all costs.
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Today's guest, Rachel Ellner Lebensohn, has worn many hats: she's been an actress, a director, and a lawyer. But along the way, she lost touch with her truest self, and became dedicated to ensuring other people don't do the same.
Rachel sits down with us to talk about her business Seyopa, which aims to sort through the never-ending self-help content out there to help you find what really matters. She also shares with us her fascinating journey from acting, to law, to real estate, and ultimately to running her own business.
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Justin Lee is the founder of The Honey Cellar, a leading recreational dispensary in Boulder, Colorado. While he had a long road to entrepreneurship, Justin has become incredibly passionate about ins and outs of running his own business and promoting greater education about cannabis products.
Justin joins us to talk about some of the biggest challenges he faces as a business owner in such a tightly-regulated industry. As a chronic pain sufferer himself, Justin has become most passionate about exploring medical applications of marijuana. Justin also shares how to get creative with advertising a product that's largely illegal to market and how he's embedded himself in the cannabis culture.
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Here on The BOOST Podcast, we often talk about how freeing entrepreneurship can be - but today's story is a little different.
Ben is the East Coast Director of the Sports & Entertainment Division at Compass, allowing him the stability and flexibility to provide for clientele with unique needs. In 2015, he ranked within the top ten producers at Sotheby's ONE International Realty. Ben shares much more than real estate wisdom in this interview, touching on everything from the importance of professionalism, to working with your spouse, to the benefits of quiet time personally and professionally.
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