Boerne, TX (PRWEB) September 10, 2014
Stuck in the corporate world? Dreaming of financial freedom and the ability to call the shots? These are the thoughts of an entrepreneur. Whether someone is just getting started on an entrepreneurial journey or they are still too scared to jump in, The Fresh Kisgen Show at http://www.freshkisgen.com has something for everyone. The host of this new show gets down and dirty with his guests (some of which include Mike Michalowicz, The Toilet Paper Entrepreneur and Reggie Chandra of Rhythm Engineering).
The Fresh Kisgen Show is broken up into four bite-sized episodes per guest, giving listeners the chance to digest a little at a time if they've got a short commute or take in the whole thing if stuck in travel mode. The show is an audio podcast interview with an entrepreneur and covers four main areas: Pebbles in the Pond covers the guest's start up story, with candid looks at what they did right as well as mistakes they may have made. Rocks in the River focuses on where they are at right now and what is taking up most of their time. Boulders in the Ocean paints a picture of what they see for the future of their company, whether they see themselves growing large or just staying small and focused. And finally, Clouds in the Sky wraps it all up with a philosophical look at "why" they do what they do and how they've grown in the process. The host, Doug "Fresh" Kisgen, is a serial entrepreneur, organizational consultant and personality expert.
"It was fun. He made me think about things I haven't thought about in a long time," said Christian Arnold of Clockwork Architecture & Design following his interview with the host.
Doug is well-known in the Entrepreneur's Organization, or EO, and he's traveled the country sharing his wit and wisdom in the area of personalities. He's helped both large and small organizations and businesses make successful changes in their employee makeup. Entrepreneurs and start ups interested in subscribing to this podcast can find it on iTunes at The Fresh Kisgen Show, on Stitcher, or on their website at http://www.freshkisgen.com. Entrepreneurs interested in being a guest on the show can also visit the site to find out how to sign up for an interview.