Veteran entrepreneur Aaron Walker started his first business at 18 and sold it nine years later to a Fortune 500 company. He’s a maturepreneur with a past!
Aaron Walker is without question a veteran entrepreneur.
He started his first business at 18 and sold it to a Fortune 500 company nine short years later, demonstrating his passion to succeed. Unwilling to rest on past success, however, Aaron has founded and sold eight successful companies over the past 37 years.
A strong desire for personal development has kept Aaron in a weekly mastermind group with Dave Ramsey, Dan Miller, Ken Abraham and seven other notable Nashvillians for more than a decade.
Aaron enjoys a 36-year marriage with his beautiful wife, Robin.
Today Aaron spends the majority of his time helping men grow in success and significance as President and Founder of View from the Top, a premier life and business coaching resource.
Aaron’s book, View From The Top: Living a Life of Significance is guaranteed to motivate and inspire you to live a successful and significant life!
Aaron Walker Show Notes
View From The Top
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Half Time – Bob Buford
How to Win Friends and Influence People – Dale Carnegie
Essentialism – Greg McGeown
The Big Leap – Gay Hendricks
All Marketers are Liars – Seth Godin
Linchpin – Seth Godin
What did you do before you became a maturepreneur?
Were you fearful that you would have to go to jail for that?
Aren’t you glad you didn’t listen to the attorney’s advice and did that?
What was the most successful idea you implemented for the business?
What is your least successful idea and how did you change tactics to fix it?
Are you still friends with the individuals?
What is the most important advice you’ve gotten from somebody?
Where do you think your mom got it from?
Do you have siblings?
Do they have the same attitude that you have and are they successful?
What is the most surprising thing you discovered once you started your endeavor?
Do you have any advice for someone just starting out in their own entrepreneurial venture?
Have you gone through a stagnant time in your business and how did you weather it?
What do you see as the biggest problem in the entrepreneurial space right now?
You’re a coach and I see that you work with a lot of men, do you work with women too?