INspired INsider with Dr. Jeremy Weisz

INspired INsider with Dr. Jeremy Weisz

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INspiredINsider.com Show with Dr. Jeremy Weisz features interviews with successful and inspirational entrepreneurs, authors, and visionary leaders. The interviews reveal deeply personal stories and explore the tough journey of Big Challenges or Big Mistakes that the inspirational leaders overcame to achieve success. Here are some inspiring stories you will find: – Jonny Imerman with Imerman Angels–Listen to how one guest fought and beat cancer. He then started an organization to match others to help battle cancer by providing one on one mentorship with someone who has already battled and beat that same cancer. It is one of the largest organizations of its kind in the world. –Jordan Guernsey Founder of MoldingBox–How did the CEO and founder of a multimillion dollar company handle both personally and professionally being diagnosed with Stage 3 Melanoma. He said it was the best thing that ever happened to him. There are also featured interviews with the founders of SkyMall, Wistia, Noah’s Bagels (Einsteins) and many more! Thank you for listening from your host, Dr. Jeremy Weisz.

Eric Turnnessen is the Founder and CEO of MemberMouse: a software company that pioneered a WordPress plugin for managing memberships. Previously, Eric had a longstanding career as a Strategic Applications Consultant for large brands, such as Walmart, British Airways, and Sony. In creating MemberMouse, he combined that experience with his software knowledge to help thousands of companies run better membership sites.

Outside of MemberMouse, Eric has a passion for tea and meditation that inspired him to start an online course called Learn Gong Fu Tea. In the course, Eric teaches the benefits of tea and the ceremony of properly brewing and serving tea in the gong fu style. Moreover, Eric is also a musical composer and the host of The MemberMouse Podcast.

In this episode…

As your business grows busier, it can be all too easy to get absorbed in your career and forget about everything else. Daily demands and stress leave little time for reflection and growth. This can easily turn into burnout or the feeling of being lost. But this cycle doesn’t have to be the only way.

Eric Turnnessen, Founder of the software company MemberMouse, has taken many paths throughout his career. His experiences with mediation, risk-taking, and rethinking his process have led to great success in his personal life and business. Now, he hopes to share his lessons with others.

On this episode of the Inspired Insider Podcast, Eric Turnnessen, Founder and CEO of MemberMouse, talks with Dr. Jeremy Weisz about the personal journey of his career. Together, they discuss synchronicity, meditation, and knowing how to step away. Plus, Eric shares how MemberMouse works, where he developed a passion for brewing tea in the gong fu style, and what he learned from moving all around the country. Stay tuned for all of this and more!

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