In this episode of The Winning Edge Podcast, we have an interesting conversation with Dan Ernest of Fairway Independent Mortgage Corporation. Dan talks about his family, his business, and his time in BNI. Dan also talks about the importance of the mentorship program within BNI in this week's back-to-the-basics segment. Dan be reached at (727)470-7143 or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In this episode of The Winning Edge Podcast, we have a conversation with Elizabeth Limestahl of Florida Luxury Realty. Elizabeth talks about her family, her business, and her networking experiences with BNI and others. Elizabeth talks about her current attempt of checking out the thirty-seven (37) gorgeous waterfront bars and restaurants. Elizabeth enjoys kayaking and body combat training. In her back-to-the-basics segment, Elizabeth talks about weekly 30-second presentations.
Elizabeth Limestahl: "It is okay to have referral partners who are perceived to be your competition."
In this episode of The Winning Edge Podcast, we have a conversation with Karen Dove of Dove Dream Developer and Lookout Local. Karen talks about her family, her story, her business, and her experience with BNI. In our "back to the basics" segment, she talks about the success drivers for networking.
Karen Dove: "(1) Do you, (2) Bigger Shoes, and (3) Smell the Roses!
In this episode of The Winning Edge Podcast, we have a wonderful discussion about financial planning with Gene Hughes with LPL Financial. Gene talk about his family, his business, and how it all got started going door-to-door in a three-piece suit during the Florida summer. Gene loves to help everyone get their finances and investment in order, especially widows, young people, and folks with "orphan" accounts. You can contact Gene at (727)364-4163 or via e-mail at email@example.com.
Question: Do you have a standard plan for all of your clients?
In this fourth episode of The Winning Edge Podcast, we get to hear from Steven Waskey, owner and operator of Atlas Results. You can visit his website at https://atlasresults.com. Steven talks to us about himself and his company. Steven is a thirty-six year old male who likes "long walks on the beach, usually under the moonlight - of course."
Atlas Results can help business with Web Development, Custom Software, System Integration, and more.
What kind of results do you get your clients?
In this episode of The Winning Edge Podcast we have a conversation with Christine McNally - Health Coach Christine.
Christine talks about her family, her business, BNI, and how she became "Health Coach Christine." As Health Coach Christine, she helps people get their health on track in many ways, including: Pantry Makeovers, Shopping for Groceries with her clients, Cooking Parties, and coming in 2019 - a Health Coach Christine Cruise!
To reach Health Coach Christine, you can click on the Facebook icon above, the LinkedIn button above, her website at https://www.healthcoachchristine.com/-signup.html, and she can be reached at 352-515-9579.
What is the most profound piece of advice you have ever received?
In this episode of The Winning Edge Podcast, we have a conversation with Dan Brown, owner and operator of Simply Local Search and Social. Dan talks about his family, his business, the benefits of his time in BNI, the church he planted in Los Angeles, California, and how he once came face to face with a 13-foot long tiger shark!
Dan says that the best book he has ever read aside from the Bible is Patrick Lencioni's "The Five Dysfunctions of Team."
Dan can be reached at his website: www.simplylocalsocial.com.
What is the best advice you have ever been given?
In this first episode of The Winning Edge Podcast, we have a conversation with Keith Voyles, owner and operator of Southern Charm Building and Construction. Keith talks about his family, his business, how BNI has helped his business, scuba diving, and what it's like to be an amateur archaeologist. Keith can be reached at 352-797-0074. Also, you can click on the Facebook icon above or the LimkedIn button above to connect with Keith.
Question: What is the most important networking trait?