220: Brandee Sweesy: An Entrepreneur Born To Screw It Just Do It
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Todays guest, joining us on the Join Up Dots podcast interview, is Brandee Sweesy, a lady who is the perfect one to hangout with…and although you maybe thinking that would be in a bar or pub, she likes to do it via Google.
To be honest she might like bars and pubs too, but her expertise in Google Hangouts is taking her to the top and becoming the go to lady to find out how to make the most of this resource.
Starting her career down in the heart of the Florida Keys at Marathon, Brandee Sweesy worked at the Jet Center creating contracts for pilots to use the facilities.
And this is one of those brilliant Join Up Dots stories as her career seems almost random as she moved towards where she is today.
But we see it time and time again, that its the myriad of experiences that help someone find their path in life and get to the top.
And with a history encompassing real estate, Marketing, Public Relations, training and Event Planning she learnt the skills to go it alone and become an entrepreneur through all those roles.
And when she did create her own company teaching the world about Google Hangouts, well Brandee Sweesy has never looked back.
But did she always have the outgoing and passionate personality that made her such a natural in front of the cameras, or did she start to realise her passion when working as a trainer for Fred Pryor Seminars?
And what was it about Google Hangouts that made her say “This is it….this is where my future lies?”
Well let’s bring onto the show to start joining up dots, as we discuss the words of Steve Jobs with the one and only Brandee Sweesy
During the show we discussed such weighty topics such as:
How she first went to a toastmasters session and struggled to get through a two minute presentation and now will rock it in front of 20,000 people.
How her first goal was to leave the Florida Keys, and now plans to move on every two years even if she loves where she is living.
How she was once in a room with an amazingly successful businessman and realised that he still was insecure as to the work he was performing and the value he was providing to the world.
Why Brandee Sweesy believes it is so important to go on a “No Information diet” when working on a new product to stop comparing to whatever else is out there in the real world.
How she feels that the moment that you become truly yourself then the money and success just comes your way effortlessly, however it takes a long time of discovery to get to that point.