Episodes
This week’s guest is Zachary Babcock. He has an amazing story of redemption, having spent five years in prison before starting Underdog Empowerment and building a successful personal brand. Zachary helps entrepreneurs grow and monetize top-shelf passive income businesses and develop their own brands.  Zachary’s podcast, Underdog Empowerment, is an Apple top-rated show. He has interviewed over 100 world-class entrepreneurs such as Andy Frisella, Grant Cardone, and Neil Patel. Zachary speaks...
Published 11/13/19
This week’s guest is Dr. Reuben Rutland. Dr. Rutland is the Co-Founder of Premier Urgent Care, the first and only black-owned urgent care facility in the city of Chicago. After graduating from medical school Dr. Rutland served as a medical officer in the United States Navy before moving on to receive training as a surgeon. After completing his postdoctoral research at Yale, Dr. Rutland went back to school and earned an MBA in 2016. Dr. Rutland is one of three doctors who joined together to...
Published 11/06/19
This week’s guest is Nathan Hirsch. Nathan has been an entrepreneur since 2006 when he started his first venture from his college dorm room, buying and selling student textbooks. He and his company experienced rapid exponential growth, soon becoming a multi-million dollar Amazon seller.  Nathan is the founder and CEO of FreeeUp, a virtual assistant marketplace that connects business owners with the top 1% of the talent pool of freelancers and virtual assistants. He found that despite his...
Published 10/30/19
This week’s guest is Ronsley Vaz. Ronsley is a speaker, author, and the Founder of Amplify, an award-winning content marketing agency. Ronsley is also a prolific podcaster who has over 4 million combined listeners.  Ronsley is the host of the new audio documentary The Psychology of Entrepreneurship, which brings insights from entrepreneurs and best selling authors together on a fascinating topic: what happens in the inner workings of the mind of an entrepreneur?  I believe it is an...
Published 10/23/19
This week's guest is Tim Meuchel. Tim is the creator, bestselling author, and podcast host of The 10 Factor. Like so many successful entrepreneurs that you’ve heard me talk to here on the show, Tim failed his way to success. In 2008, he lost over $300,000 after resigning from a twelve-year corporate management career to pursue his side business full-time. His business grew exponentially, but one bad deal left Tim’s company almost bankrupt. Tapping into emergency funds, he fought back and...
Published 10/14/19
This week’s guest Harry Maziar. Harry served as President of Zep Manufacturing Company for 27 years and during his tenure, Zep became an international leader in the specialty chemical industry. As a sales representative, Harry was so successful he was named the company’s first director of sales and he led 2,000 salespeople to produce double-digit growth for 25 straight years. Bernie Marcus, co-founder of The Home Depot called Harry one of the greatest salesmen of all time. Harry eventually...
Published 10/07/19
This week’s guest is Curt Mercadante. Curt left the “corporate” world at age 30 to start his own agency that he scaled to consistent 7 figures. But, like many business owners, he eventually found himself overwhelmed and frustrated so Curt fired half of his clients, started charging more, and created an outcomes-focused strategy that gave him freedom. Then came dramatic shift number 2. Curt realized he lacked fulfillment. This led him to shut down his agency at peak revenue, instead turning...
Published 09/30/19
This week’s guest is Robert Glazer. Robert is the founder & CEO of global performance marketing agency Acceleration Partners. His company has received numerous industry & company culture awards from Glassdoor, Ad Age, Entrepreneur, and Inc. Magazine.  Robert is the author of international bestseller Performance Partnerships, and is currently anticipating the release of his next book, Elevate which comes out on October 1st. Bob is a regular contributor for Entrepreneur, Forbes, and...
Published 09/23/19
This week’s guest is John Mitchell. John spent 20 years as an entrepreneur earning in the low six figures when something drastic happened. He created what is today recognized as the “Top Practical Application in the World” of the legendary book Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill. When John applied his technique to his own life, he saw his income skyrocket to over $5 million a year. The 20 times difference happened because his 12 minute daily process “Think It Be It” led to him simply...
Published 09/16/19
This week’s guest is writer, speaker and entrepreneur Jeff Goins. He is widely known as the best-selling author of five books, including The Art of Work and Real Artists Don’t Starve. His award-winning blog, Goinswriter.com, is visited by millions of people every year, and through his online courses, events, and coaching programs, he helps thousands of writers to find success.   Where to follow Jeff: Goinswriter.com to find his blog and podcast. Purchase Jeff’s books here. On...
Published 09/09/19
This week’s guest is Martin Rutte. Martin is president of Livelihood, a management consulting firm in Santa Fe, NM, that has worked with such organizations as The World Bank, Sony Pictures Entertainment, and Virgin Records. Martin’s aim is to provide the insights and tools necessary to overcome obstacles, adapt to changing circumstances, re-frame perspectives and solve seemingly impossible problems. One way he’s doing this is through his newest book, Project Heaven on Earth: The 3 simple...
Published 09/02/19
This week's guest is Jennifer Brown. Jennifer is a leading diversity and inclusion expert, dynamic keynote speaker, best-selling author, and host of The Will To Change podcast, which uncovers true stories of diversity and inclusion. As the founder and CEO of Jennifer Brown Consulting, Jennifer’s workplace strategies have been employed by some of the world’s top Fortune 500 companies like Walmart, Microsoft, and Starbucks, and as a successful LGBT entrepreneur, she’s been featured in media...
Published 08/26/19
This is episode 100! That is a statement that seems crazy to make, but it’s true! A massive thank you goes out to all who have listened and helped grow Do Well and Do Good to where it is today. This episode covers a few changes to the show and how it gives back. Listen for details, and then head over to dowellanddogood.co/join to find the listener survey and to sign up for our brand new email list. When you sign up for the email list a donation to this month’s featured non-profit will be...
Published 08/22/19
This week's guest is Andrea Kramer. Andie is a lawyer, keynote speaker, artist, women's rights activist, author, and all around rockstar! She balances a successful and demanding legal career with her passion to help women navigate both the obvious and subtle gender biases they encounter in career settings. This passion has led to co-authoring two incredible books on the topic, "It's Not You, It's the Workplace" and "Breaking Through Bias", as well as co-founding the Women's Leadership and...
Published 08/19/19
This week’s guest is Carrie Paxton. Carrie was raised in a typical family and was the epitome of traditional school success, but she’s chosen a far-from-typical lifestyle. As an entrepreneur fueled by her passion for education, she wants to break the mold of classroom-based learning to show children and their families that real life and learning isn’t limited to school. Through her mastermind groups and tutoring business, Carrie is proving that kids who don’t fit into the system can still be...
Published 08/12/19
This week’s guest is Steve Arneson. In 2015, Steve co-founded a real estate investment and education company called “The REINVESTORS”, that specializes in educating investors on how to build recession-proof portfolios. In less than 3 years, The REINVESTORS have partnered with investors to acquire millions in high-return real estate assets, including apartment buildings and development projects, and have educated thousands of people on how to properly invest in any real estate market. Most...
Published 08/05/19
Chris Strub is the creator beyond “50 States, 100 Days: The Film”, a documentary that chronicles the life-changing adventure that Chris Strub took to work with nonprofits nationwide in the summer of 2015. Chris also authored '50 States, 100 Days: The Book' and today is known as the Giving Day Guy, partnering with communities of nonprofits around the United States to help them use live-streaming video to connect in real time with their audiences during 24-hour online giving days.  Beyond...
Published 07/29/19
  Places to Find Tabita: Website for The Art of the Evolutionary Entrepreneur.    Show Notes: 3:30 minute: Where are you from and what was life like for you growing up? Grew up in Switzerland in an abusive family.  “No matter where you come from, it's not an excuse for continuing on that path.” “These things can heal within a lifetime.” Taking responsibility and deciding to live. 8:00 minute: I imagine there was a lot of anger there, how did you move from...
Published 07/22/19
My guest this week is Sue Dyer. Sue has been a leader in the construction industry for over 30 years. That industry is one known for being rife with conflict among stakeholders working on projects in the 8, 9, or even 10 figure ranges. Cleaning up that conflict is Sue’s life’s work. Through her company, OrgMetrics, and supported by her podcast, Construction Dream Team, she is working to change the culture of construction from combative to collaborative. She has served as Executive Director...
Published 07/15/19
A conversation with a friend regarding their big career pivot led Dorothy to revisit a lesson regarding that same topic. Back in episode 080, Dorothy interviewed Legacy Perez who had pivoted from one of the best dance careers in the world to running a 7-figure real estate business. During the discussion, Legacy broke down three key factors that allowed him to thrive in a brand new environment, and in this minisode Dorothy will revisit these three keys and discuss how they are applicable for...
Published 07/11/19
My guest this week is Gator Halpern. Gator is the founder of coral Vita, a mission-driven company that is working to restore our world’s dying coral reefs. He’s a Forbes 30 under 30 Social Entrepreneur, a United Nation’s Young Champion of the Earth, and currently lives and works in the Bahamas on the front lines of coral reef restoration. His company, Coral Vita, just built the world’s first commercial land-based coral farm for reef restoration. In our conversation you will hear about how...
Published 07/08/19
Dorothy recently attended the Millionaire Mind Intensive, a three day training seminar created by T. Harv Ecker, the author of Secrets of the Millionaire Mind. She has shared lessons learned from this event over the course of June and today tackles one last thing: stress. We all have it. We all want to be rid of it, right? Or is there another way to look at it. That is the question Dorothy poses and dives in to on this minisode.   Show Notes: 1:00 minute: Are you stressed...
Published 07/04/19
My guest this week is Kenrick Wagner. Kenrick is a social entrepreneur, hip hop artist, keynote speaker and has been featured in Forbes. His life's work has been dedicated to providing top-quality youth programming and building a generation of leaders that will use creativity to learn and thrive.  During our interview Kenrick gives us some background on where he came from and how the social entrepreneurship bug was planted in him. He then takes us through the founding of his first...
Published 07/01/19
Dorothy recently attended the Millionaire Mind Intensive, a three day training seminar created by T. Harv Ecker, the author of Secrets of the Millionaire Mind. She is sharing lessons learned from this event over the course of June.  In this episode Dorothy looks at how imperative leadership is to success. She asks you to consider the difference between a manager and a leader, as well as being a business vs being a business owner. She also shares some of the things effective leaders do, and...
Published 06/27/19
Jason is the CEO and Founder of Zipkick, a company that matches digital influencers with brands looking to ignite their growth. The company is known for exclusivity, accepting just 7% of influencer applications. This commitment to culture and quality has led to partnerships with brands such as Benihana, Blue Apron, Dunkin’, and Uber. Jason himself is passionate about giving back, especially to the MS society, an organization he’s been involved with for over a decade.   Places to Find...
Published 06/24/19