About This Show
Entrepreneurs’ Organization (https://www.eonetwork.org/) proudly presents the EO Podcast designed for all entrepreneurs with a hunger for learning how to better their business and themselves. Some examples of topics and guests include Verne Harnish, author of Mastering the Rockefeller Habits and founder of EO, Joe Polish, direct marketing guru, an Army Ranger on leadership, a Private Equity guy on what it takes to create a business of value, Philip McKernan on finding meaning and happiness… Listen and enjoy!
About the host: Dave Will (www.davidrwill.com) has been a member of Entrepreneurs’ Organization (EO) for several years. As a founder and having successfully exited a SaaS business, he’s well suited to represent the inquisitive entrepreneurial spirit in these long-form conversations captured on the EO podcast.
Most Recent Episode
Dr. Jess O’Reilly: Let's Talk About Sex, Baby!
5 days ago
Summary: In this episode, Dave interviews Dr. Jess O’Reilly, a super successful sexologist. Jess became interested in sexual health when she noticed a problem in school systems. Students were all facing issues related to relationships and sex, and no one was giving them the knowledge they needed. That problem sparked her desire to leave teaching and go back to school to get a PhD in human sexuality. Now she has come up with a method to treat your marriage like your business and invest in the future of your relationship. Time Stamped Show Notes: 00:33 – Introducing Jess 00:45 – Not a typical entrepreneur 02:35 – Jess’ most recent book The New Sex Bible, along with many others 03:30 – Why Jess is a great candidate for this podcast 03:55 – She has created a brand around herself 04:25 – Jess started as a high school teacher for at-risk teens 04:55 – Jess saw that all teen had issues related to sex and relationships 05:20 – “We need better education on sexual health” – Dr. Jess O’Reily 05:50 – Jess decided to leave teaching and see what she could do to improve sex-ed 06:10 – This education needs to start at a very young age 06:55 – She was a natural entrepreneur, and she felt a frustration with sex ed 07:20 – “Why did you go back to school?” – Dave Will 07:50 – The education system in Canada is state mandated 08:20 – Jess was looking for a career change from teaching 08:35 – Jess didn’t like the classroom setting or the set structure 08:55 – It was a selfish way out to work with students in a different capacity 09:20 – Jess received a PhD in human sexuality, and there were no jobs in that 10:00 – High school kids hear the clinical side of sexuality, but Jess focuses on the emotional and relationship components 10:55 – Students need a space to discuss those things 11:08 – They don’t have reliable sources 11:18 – They need that “data” to become relevant to them 11:55 – A lot of things related to sex and porn pop up in different places. Let’s talk about that exposure on the internet. What