Welcome to Season 1, Episode 2 of the Leadership Execution Podcast. In this episode, today’s guest Liam Martin and I discuss entrepreneurship and what it takes to start a business today.
Liam’s main interest is marketing and process design for remote teams while he focuses on online tutoring, business development, data analysis, outsourcing, remote work, and staffing.
A discussion with Liam is always an interesting one. Let’s hear what he have to say.
What you will read in this article:
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In this podcast you will find out:
- Who Liam Martin is and his course towards entrepreneurship.
- What entrepreneurship and business in general means to him.
- How did he shift from a “regular job” mindset to a full-time entrepreneurship mentality?
- What’s his daily habits and routines?
- How did he start developing his companies?
- If his current status reflects his own path towards his goals or it is a model for everyone to follow
- What would he advise a new entrepreneur?
Join the Discussion
To be a leader or an entrepreneur, it means to reflect, to act, to change and to learn. But a primary function of a leader is to share. A podcast can provoke many insights, comments, views, and one of my favorite parts is to provide you with the incentives and the inspiration to make a difference. That’s why I invite you to join this conversation, by sharing your views and insights on what Liam said!
Moreover, I’d like to provoke you a little further, with a question!
Question: Why you don’t have to quit your day job? What other steps do you think you can take in order to become an entrepreneur? You can leave a comment by clicking here.
If you want more information about the topics of this podcast you can explore the following resources:
- Make a Difference [Post]
- 5 Ideas to Help Advance Your Career as an Entrepreneur Rapidly [Post]
- The Characteristics Of A Great Entrepreneur [Post]
- Towards Personal Productivity [Book]
- The Simplicity Book [Book]
- TimeDoctor [Service]
- Staff.com [Service]
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