We’re SO excited about today’s guest. We met him at TTT this year, got to hang out on boats and have a heck of a lot of fun.
Kevin Basham is an entrepreneur who’s co-founded a 7 figure recycling business from the ground up. He managed to do this with no money, little experience and making lots of mistakes along the way. Growing up he had little confidence; no idea that all this was possible.
His vision is to help the next generation of up and coming entrepreneurs and business leaders, to share his story so others can see anything really is possible. It is our pleasure to welcome our very good friend Kevin Basham to #MerryBiz!
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Some questions we ask…..
- How did it all began for you? And how you ended up doing, what you’re doing now?
- How did bullying impact you?
- What do you think is the biggest lesson you’ve learned throughout your entire journey?
- What’s it like to find your passion?
“When you want to succeed as bad as you want to breathe, then you’ll be successful.” (via Eric Thomas)
Some AHA!! Moments in this episodes….
- Sometimes you need someone to give you the confidence to be who you are.
- You cannot chase things that you don’t think are possible. Start believing.
- Entrepreneurship is for all but it’s not for everybody.
- Everybody should have the opportunity go on an entrepreneurial journey. Some people just don’t have the confidence, the ‘right’ background or they’ve gone through something dark. I want to help these people.
“Motivation can come from that really really dark place.”
Links we spoke about…
We want to give a HUGE shout out to the amazing guys of Drawing North for providing the podcast music of #MerryBiz. Yes, they are kinda epic. You gotta check them out! This is our favourite song!
What was your biggest AHA!?
We wanna hear all about it! Share your moments of AHA! or the action your gonna take after listening to this #MerryBiz episode!
“The greatest achievement in life is overcoming adversity, lack of confidence and our most deep routed fears.”