Entrepreneurs drive human evolution. Hunters, inventors, leaders, philosophers and revolutionaries, they may be the most consistent source of positive change throughout history, and they all share common attributes of the Entrepreneurial Personality Type (EPT).
Success leaves clues, and it also draws a pattern. The Evolutionaries features successful entrepreneurs creating momentum in their lives and businesses. On the podcast, Host Alex Charfen takes guests through their own seemingly unconnected stories and shows how they all follow a similar path toward creating their greatest contribution.
The show uncovers the entrepreneur’s non-traditional journey and our guests reveal the moment’s in their lives when they felt the Three Entrepreneurial Awakenings. The Evolutionaries reaches beyond the sanitized corporate bios and promotional pieces, leading entrepreneurs to reveal the unexpected obstacles and surprising accelerators they experienced on their way to making a difference.
On our most recent episode, “Dean Graziosi Did It His Way, and Won”, Dean shares how he turned his dyslexia into a strength and went on to become a New York Times Best Selling author. If you haven’t seen a video of Dean Graziosi talking about what he loves, whether it’s real estate or success, listen to him right now. When he speaks, it looks and sounds like magic. Dean has a magnetic and authentic way of presenting tactics people can use to grow greater lives. He’s created a community that speaks openly and honestly about what works and what doesn’t. They support each other and are a testament to Dean’s success.
Dean Graziosi began his entrepreneurial career at an early age selling bubblegum. In school, he struggled with dyslexia and was told he’d never amount to anything. His teachers’ discouragement and his parent’s financial troubles could have broken him but instead acted as fuel for his fire. Dean realized he was onto something in high school when he started making more money than his teachers, selling lumber on the weekends. Success never came easy and even when he made his first million in real estate he felt dumb for not knowing the industry jargon. Now, Dean isn’t afraid to do things his way because he wins every time. He was born to inspire others to a greater life and he’s starting with you. Listen to The Evolutionaries now on iTunes to gain Dean’s key insights into success and how to attract it. You don’t want to miss Dean’s personal story as he looks back on the moments that made him who he is today.
While Entrepreneurial Personality Types (EPTs) achieve success differently their journeys are similar. Their drive to move forward and future focused outlook on life has propelled each entrepreneur to new heights and allowed them the freedom and stability to contribute positively to the world. It’s our hope these transparent accounts of real-world struggles and success will provide hope and perspective for the millions of EPTs searching for a foothold to stabilize their current lives and future success. We believe success leaves clues and we want to share them with you.
More of The Evolutionaries episodes Available now on iTunes:
Episode 1: “Meet the Dream Dealer Steve Sims”
Brutally blunt, self- proclaimed grunter and Entrepreneurial Personality Type (EPT) Steve Sims reveals how he has propelled himself from construction worker to Evolutionary. Hint, it wasn’t with intellect and it wasn’t overnight.
Episode 2: “Jane Barlow is Mother Nature”
When corporate America wouldn’t listen to Jane’s ideas she did what any crazy person would do — she quit her six figure job to resurrect a business no one wanted. Find out how she concocted her dream business and a life of health and happiness, all from scratch.
Episode 3: “Phil Randazzo Has One Key Piece of Advice For You”
When most people get bored they google cat gifs, Phil Randazzo starts businesses. He’s lit up on contribution and doesn’t know how to quit. Discover what moves Phil forward and what he believes is the single biggest investment you can make in your business today.
Episode 4: “Entrepreneur’s Secret Weapon, Garrett Gunderson”
Garrett Gunderson grew up wanting to be a millionaire to prove to his kindergarten teacher he wasn’t stupid. Today, he’s THE financial advisor to entrepreneurs. Garrett shares with us how he faked it until he made it to the very top. Are you listening, Mrs. Akright?