Chuck Wang on Consulting, Following Your Passion & Robots in Restaurants WPCP: 105
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I had the great pleasure of being on Chuck's podcast after we had connected via social media (twitter I think).
Talk about a ton of fun (it was also mu first blab). I enjoyed it so much and appreciated how Chuck Wang shows up that I asked him right away to be on my show.
Chuck's story is one that I think many people can relate to. He started out on his entrepreneurial journey with a drive for the 'almighty dollar' (his words, not mine) and how he ended up losing it all and turned it around through serving others.
Chuck shared a real-life story of one of his companies (who creates podcasting software) and how he helped them streamline their process (most valuable process). I absolutely love the insights and step-by-step instructions Chuck shared with me.
Questions I Asked Chuck
Before we get into MVP.Consulting, can you fill us in on what you were doing before your launched your current business and podcast?
You share some really personal challenges on your About page... what made you decide to share at that level?
What gave you the idea to start MVP.Consulting?
What's your business model?
Why did you decide to launch your podcast?
How has the podcast shifted your business?
What's on the horizon for you for the rest of 2016?
[Tweet "I would rather go small and live a big life than "go big" and live a small life" @TheChuckWang"]
What You're Going to Learn
How Chuck figured out what he really wanted to do (we talked about passion and finding that)
Why he decided to create a human experiment to change the trajectory of his life
What it meant to Chuck to be 'soul poor'
What his rock bottom was.... after he was chasing the almighty dollar
When he had to file bankruptcy and how his life turned around after that
Why he needed to hit the 'reset' button on his life
How to create your most valuable process
Where to Connect with Chuck
Podcast | Twitter | Linkedin | Facebook
[Tweet "Inspired Works was my gateway drug to get out of that - @TheChuckWang"]