Growing up in Marietta, Mo Isom was driven to be the best soccer player around. At age 9, she decided she would get a sports scholarship to college, after hearing a older family friend that he had a scholarship.
Several years later she walked unto the field at LSU and she became an all American goal keeper. She even appeared on ESPN when she kicked a 90 yard goal.
But all wasn’t as it seemed.
Join me as we talk through her Dad’s suicide, her near death in a car wreck and her beginning life all over again.
We also discuss her latest book, “Sex, Jesus, and the Conversations the Church Forgot”.
Available at Mosiom.com
When Damien Daigle was filled with wonder the first time he opened a computer. The fan, the boards, the wires, everything he saw amazed him.
But he needed to learn about life the hard way. A failed 3 month trip to Louisiana, where he was a Walmart greeter, a return home and eventually he found himself working on computers and learning to solve seemingly insurmountable problems.
Hear the rest of Damien’s amazing story, including his journey to owning and providing for his family through his Computer R Us small business. Hint: he provides terrific customer service at a fair price.
Brandon Stiles is a long-time Marietta resident and entrepreneur.
From his early days of playing out in the metro area’s bustling live music scene to his current work consulting Atlanta businesses on their digital marketing strategy and implementation- Brandon has seen his share of ups and downs in small business.
In this episode, he shares his insights on how to grow and properly market your business.
You’ll learn things like:
⁃How to stack your businesses value (instead of discounting your prices)
⁃The steps to building an online sales funnel in order to keep customers coming ‘through the doors’ (be it brick and mortar or online)
⁃The real reason most entrepreneurs start a business, and how to use that mentality to grow
To learn more about Brandon and his services, check out:
Special thanks to Ignite HQ for the use of their studio.
Also thanks to our sponsor!
Jen Starks and Christie Clarke met at the Marietta Library. They knew they were homeschoolers because their kids were about the same age. They connected like were like magnets.
But their relationship had some bumps. They once went to Asheville during a ice storm and had the longest hug ever when they made it and knew each other was safe.
Now they host a Saturday morning connections Meetup at Cool Beans in Marietta and help other entrepreneurs connect with influencers and build relationships.