Episode 62: S6E7 – Move On, Fail Forward
On today’s episode, Tom Dunlap chats with Larry Sharpe about his time in the military, how he became an entrepreneur, and some of his life lessons. Looking for guidance as a young man, Larry joined the military and learned invaluable skills he has carried over to other fields. He tells the story of how he launched his entrepreneurial career, as well as the lessons he learned the hard way through his company. Now the managing director at Neo Sage Group, Larry coaches, trains and consults leaders in how to better impact their team.
Legal Challenges In Film When making a documentary film or any film telling a true story there are going to be legalities that need to be tended to. One of those is life rights, this is a real...
Defining CCPA and Cal OPA CCPA is an acronym for California Consumer Privacy Act, a new piece legislation within the past year that hasn’t yet gone into effect. This pertains to internet laws and...
This last year Blackletter has invited a wide selection of CEOs, corporate counsel and entrepreneurs to the podcast. Recording in studio and on location, Blackletter is bound to inspire with...
Visas And Who They Are Given To There are different types of visas for different types of immigration. For example there is the E-Visa, which is for investment, the L-Visa for intercompany...
What Is Probate And How To Deal With It? Probate is what happens when someone passes away unexpectedly or just hasn’t planned for their death at all. You typically see this in scenarios where...
Understanding An MSP An MSP or managed service provider is essentially IT consulting and IT outsourcing that wouldn’t be provided by a normal IT service provider. This can cover a wide variety of...
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