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.
Tom Dunlap speaks with Gerald LeMelle, a partner at Dunlap Bennett and Ludwig who runs the Immigration practice in the company. They talk about the different types of visas, the politics of...
Tom Dunlap speaks with Mike Snow & Chris Boris of Pearson Smith Realty, and George Hawkins, an attorney with Dunlap Bennett and Ludwig. They talk about the real estate industry, history & growth of...
Tom Dunlap speaks with Ron Burns, a technologist, musician, and composer and J.R. LoMonaco, an attorney with Dunlap Bennett & Ludwig. They talk about how the music industry has changed, how...
Tom Dunlap speaks with Rion Swartz, the VP of Marketing at LegalZoom about providing affordable legal services to businesses. They talk about helping entrepreneurs set up and run their businesses,...
Tom Dunlap speaks with Robert Eatinger and Ellis Bennett, attorneys for Dunlap Bennett and Ludwig, about national security law, cyber security and current events.
Tom Dunlap brings famously experienced business people, lawyers, accountants, and anyone else in the realm of business to the table to share personal experiences that have shaped their business and...
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