The Risk Big Podcast - Stories of starts with entrepreneurs & leaders
About This Show
Travis Fitzwater is one of the millions of people in our world who has a passion for entrepreneurship and pursuing dreams. The Risk Big Podcast is about people who have incredible stories of taking big risks to do what they’re passionate about as entrepreneurs and leaders. These folks are mentors and friends who have incredible journeys to share to inspire a new generation of risk takers.
Starting is hard. Finishing is harder. These leaders have done it and can help you understand why and how so you can, too.
If you’re questioning whether or not you can do what you’re passionate about, the Risk Big Podcast will show you every day people who have. We hope you take some risks to do what you love.
What are the benefits of listening to this podcast?
1. Boost your confidence to start
2. Learn the skills it takes to get off the ground
3. Avoid mistakes learned by founders
4. Hear about success and failure
5. Be encouraged by the results of risk takers.Read more »
Most Recent Episode
Ep. 10: Best-selling author, Bob Burg, discusses real influence, sales, and his international career as an author and keynote speaker
Bob Burg co-wrote the book "The Go-Giver." It's one of my favorite books on sales and discusses how you can have real influence, provide value in people's lives, and how that translates to the sales process. Over a year ago, I was in Florida and we had breakfast in one of his favorite hometown diners. He encouraged me to start this very podcast and agreed then to be interviewed when I had it up and running. It's only fitting that he is our final episode in our inaugural season of The Risk Big Podcast. One thing that I really love talking about is real influence, and in the podcast, Bob dives into that subject. You'll hear about his 5 laws of influence and he goes over each of them. Finally, it's just fun to talk to someone who's been such an inspiration. If you told me a few years back that I'd be interviewing one of my favorite authors, I'd say you're crazy. With that, I hope you enjoy this conversation with Bob Burg. Read more »