Bigger Than Business is the show where you’ll discover real-world stories of business owners living their purpose. You’ll encounter men and women all over the world who draw strength from understanding why they do what they do and how they remain true to that purpose through the ups and downs every business owner will face.
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How do you improve your immune system to increase your chances of surviving a pandemic? How can this become a life-long habit and what can you do to avoid setting yourself up for failure? What is just as important as nutrition and exercise to make it all work?
How do you pursue your passions through business ventures and turn them into a way to help your community? And why does recognizing skill and talent in others leads to happiness and success?
What does it take to grow a $600 start-up into a multi-billion-dollar household name? What influences a family to give away the company they painstakingly built? What sees you through the hardest tests in life to help you sleep better at night?
What are some of the most important guiding principles business leaders need to help their company not only survive a crisis like the current COVID-19 pandemic, but to thrive and build a better business than existed before? How can you and your team make up for social distancing with emotional closeness? What do good leaders do to maintain the clarity of mind necessary to make good decisions?
How do you rise above being raised in the poorest county in the United States, Cameron County, Texas, to becoming the owner of the largest, most highly-rated auto leasing company in the US with over $1 Billion in leases under management?
How do you go from driving fuel trucks to building a very successful convenience store chain and real estate development and management company, and how do you use your “dash” to succeed?
How do you achieve work-life balance when your work IS a family business? How do you thrive when working closely with relatives daily?
How do you not only maintain a business in the face of tragedy, but expand it while raising a family as a single mother?
How do you earn the respect of seasoned executives when stepping into a family-owned company? And how do you separate work and family when working side-by-side with siblings?
What does it take to grow a $5,000 investment into a multi-state company ranked as one of the best companies to work for on local, state, and national levels?