Doug Sandler is a nationally recognized speaker, trainer and podcaster who has over 30 years of experience as an entrepreneur, business owner, and leader. His book, Nice Guys Finish First, is a #1 ranked Amazon Best Seller.
Doug Sandler is a nationally recognized speaker, trainer and podcaster who has over 30 years of experience as an entrepreneur, business owner, and leader. His book, Nice Guys Finish First, is a #1 ranked Amazon Best Seller. One leading social media marketing company ranks Doug among the top “100 of Social Media Thought Influencers to Follow.”
Doug specializes in making connections, building relationships and strengthening bonds both inside and outside organizations. His speaking and consulting business is geared towards improving relationships and winning business through his time-tested sales, service and relationship building system.
Doug co-hosts a podcast with Strickland Bonner, The Nice Guys on Business. The show has over 500 episodes and more than one million downloads.
As a maturepreneur, Doug is using his extensive experience to help businesses and brands grow their audiences with TurnKey Podcasting. The concept-to-launch podcast production service is 100% customer-centric and specializes in over-the-top exemplary service with a high touch emphasis in this high tech space.
Doug Sandler Show Notes
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What did you do before you became a MaturePreneur?
Was it hard with all the late nights?
Take me back to the time when you said you were going to stop being a DJ and go into a different direction?
What did you decide to do?
What did you take in college?
When you first got your first DJ job, did you wonder why you were a PR major, or did you think, I’ll finish this out and maybe try it?
Do you still have the speaking business?
Since you started your business, what was the most important idea that you implemented for it?
Do you think you’ve had the success that you’ve had with the podcast because of the business plan?
What is your least successful idea and how did you change tactics to fix it?
Can you speak on how pivoting can be a good thing?
Is there anything you wish you had known before you started your entrepreneurial venture?
What is the most surprising thing you’ve discovered once you started your endeavor?
Is there a story behind this?
What is the most important advice you’ve gotten from somebody?
Is there advice you can give to someone starting the entrepreneurial venture now?
What is the biggest problem that you see in the entrepreneurial space right now?