Welcome to the Steve Jobs based Join Up Dots Podcast Interview with Mr Jesse Krieger.
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Introducing Jesse Krieger
Someone who likes to ask four key questions as he seeks to build the life of his dreams
How can I have more free time?
Can I make money doing what I love?
How can I travel the world pursuing my passions?
How can I run a real business from my laptop, anywhere in the world?
They seem very good question to ask yourself I would have thought, and perhaps another question is why do so many people not ask them very same questions themselves?
How The Dots Joined Up For Jesse Krieger
But the journey to budding entrepreneur, and smart and debonair businessman was not a usual one, as we normally find on Join Up Dots.
From developing a love of music and travelling from his Dad, Jesse Krieger, first stepped into young adulthood as a wannabe Jon Bon Jovi, travelling around Europe and the States playing his guitar in bars, and getting up to god knows what in Amsterdam.
But it was when he landed in Nashville, the home of country music, that the path to his unique and authentic self started becoming apparent.
Along with his business partner, our budding Bon Jovi decided that they had two choices: One sign for a record company, or two: build their own record company and retain control of their music, image rights and everything else that goes into making a band.
They took the bold choice, and so started a love of business that brings him onto the show today.
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 Mr Jesse Krieger.
During the show we discussed such weighty topics such as:
How Jesse Krieger tries to be a chameleon in business, and changes his personality and identity to gain maximum results from his environment!
How you can become a lifestyle entrepreneur by making clear decisions to help design the life that you want!
Why Nashville was the place where the big dot occurred and he could see the new path he should travel!
How it was good to have bad haircuts and clothes in the 80’s, as nobody carried a camera around with themselves!
How you are not doing any favours to yourself or anyone else by playing small!