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Jul 31, 2023

Why I Started a Podcast

Sponsored Content provided by Chris Capone - CPA; Owner and Fractional CFO, Capone & Associates

Similar to my story of How I finally Became an Entrepreneur in which I discuss how I always wanted to own a business, but never had any good ideas… I have always wanted to be on a podcast. So, I figured the best way to get on a podcast would be to start my own - HA!

On a more serious note, I am obsessed with personal and professional development - trying to be 1% better every day in all facets of life.  And there are so many people in the Greater Wilmington Area that have incredible stories in which I, and We, can learn from, and ultimately share knowledge and support our local businesses and communities.  
 
Fractional with Chris Capone and Associates is a podcast about business owners and leaders, and their stories, trials and tribulations. It’s light-hearted, constructive conversations that promote our local entrepreneurs while sharing some incredible stories of how they have built their businesses and lifestyles.
 
We have recorded 6 episodes thus far, 3 have been released, 3 are in the hopper. Please help me spread awareness and the stories of our guests by liking or subscribing to the podcast.  Maybe even give a few a quick listen… If you or anyone you know is a local business owner or leader, and want to share your story and experience, please get in touch. Text/Call me @ 910-415-7715.
 
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Released:

  1. Nomad Capital (https://nomadcapital.us/) - A father-son duo building passive income for themselves, employees and investors through real estate development.  Epic story of lifestyle and business.  Check ‘em out.
  2. Building a Business as a Blind Man (https://ncoae.org) - Zac was hit by a car in his early 20s, and woke up the next day blind.  This didn’t stop him from building an impressive business focused on outdoor adventure and education. 
  3. Entrepreneurship and Commercial Real Estate Development in Historic Wilmington, NC (https://parastreamdev.com) - Sandy Thorpe has taken an entrepreneurial approach to commercial development in Wilmington, NC and has created an infrastructure to support small business development. 
The Hopper:
  1. The Catalyst Crew - 3 of my friends who really pushed me to start the Podcast.  We share a passion for hard work, adventure and continuous improvement.
  2. How I became a Serial Entrepreneur with Wells Struble - Wells is a UNCW alumni, and exited his first business in his early 20s.  He has gone on to start, run and exit several successful businesses.
  3. Yours Truly, Rob Kaiser - I Bought a Business Journal before the Great Recession - Rob shares his story of how he came to Wilmington, NC through the purchase of the Greater Wilmington Business Journal.

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