UTR: The 10-Minute Entrepreneur

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Looking for a podcast that’ is part kick-you-in-the-pants motivation and part no-nonsense, real-world business advice? BUT—too busy forto listen to episodes that drone on for hours? I’ve got just the show for you!

Set your timer, and tune in to The 10-Minute Entrepreneur, withhosted by Sean Castrina. This short, daily podcast delivers more value than the common droning-on-and-on-for-an-hour business podcasts so common to the category. 

A quick scan through the reviews, or just a few minutes of listening in, and you’ll realize this isn’t your typical business-advice podcast. You’ll breathe a sigh of relief as someone—in this case, Sean—finally says what you’ve long been thinking: “The customer is NOT always right.”

Sean’s journey as a serial entrepreneur began more than 25 years ago when he was let go from histhe dream job he’d centered his education around. Since then, he’s created more than 20 successful companies ranging from retail, property management and development, direct mail, and consulting to home services. Entrepreneurial business is his passion, and it shows.

His occasional rants and tangents will make you think differently, and his insights into what creates success as he shares lessons learned from CEOs, leaders, and companies will give you a new perspective on how to approach your own business.

With special mini-series hidden in the show—like like “Ask Sean” and “Gorilla Management”—along with bonus interview episodes, there’s nothing predictable about this podcast.

The 10-Minute Entrepreneur offershas produced nearly 300 episodes packed with actionable insights. It’s perfect for binge listening, so hit “subscribe,” and get ready to take notes.


May 2020 Issue

Michelle Shaeffer

Michelle Shaeffer is the co-founder of Planet Business, founder of the Empath Entrepreneur Academy, an award-winning blogger and podcast host. She’s the creator of Lingo Dynamics, the science of “words that feel.”

Michelle has mentored 25,000+ bloggers through blogging challenges and her popular podcast reaches 156 countries around the world. Through her blog, podcast and social media, she’s connected with hundreds of thousands of entrepreneurs, guiding them towards creating profitable businesses they’re passionate about while making a positive difference in the world.


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