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It only takes one idea or one story to change the whole trajectory of your life, career, and work. In each episode of The Journey, we talk to entrepreneurs of all stripes, so you can prime yourself with the knowledge and mindset you need for your own journey.

Most Recent Episodes

Mitchell Hayes: From Bootstrapping to Bootlegging with Mitchell Hayes, Founder and CEO of Los Sundays Tequila

Los Sundays Tequila did just about everything different to earn its place at the bar, but one lesson in particular was the hardest and almost completely destructive - trusting the wrong people. Founder and CEO Mitchell Hayes shares his story, including not only how he created, branded, and sold his tequila, but also how he rebuilt the company after one major misstep and is finding success today.

Elsie Rutterford and Dominika Minarovic: More than Married: Finding the Right Cofounder with Elsie Rutterford and Dominika Minarovic, Co-founders of BYBI

Starting a business alone is risky. But starting a business with someone else brings layers of other potential risk. So how do you find that perfect cofounder? And how do you work with them respectfully and successfully day in and day out? Elsie Rutterford and Dominika Minarovic, co-founders of BYBI, are closer than a married couple and today, they share what brought them together and what has kept them together through thick and thin.

Ellen Bennett: Why Celebrity Chefs and At-Home Cooks Flock To This Scrappy Apron Business with Ellen Bennett, Founder of Hedley & Bennett

For too long, world-renowned chefs in Michelin star restaurants would present the finest food in the world, but how the chefs looked did not match the quality of the plates they were putting forward. That was until Ellen Bennett walked in through the back alley door. She was determined to cloak the chefs that she respected so much with aprons that would give them the confidence they inspired and that idea led to the founding of her multimillion-dollar company, Hedley & Bennett.

Russell Aldridge: Every Problem is An Opportunity with Russell Aldridge, CEO and Co-founder of SISU Cinema Robotics

Russell Aldridge, the co-founder of SISU Cinema Robotics, knows that understanding industry-specific needs in order to revolutionize the way that work is done requires patient study and an acute level of focus. At Russell's direction, SISU currently aims to innovate in the worlds of cinematography, machinery, and welding through user-friendly robotic programming innovation.

The Journey Continues!

The Journey is back with more enticing and inspiring stories of small business leaders who risked it all to build their dreams. This season hear from people like: Ellen Bennett of Headley & Bennett, Rod Johnson from BLK & Bold, and Russell Aldridge, from SISU Cinema Robotics, among many others.