Jacob Baadsgaard founded Disruptive Advertising in 2012 and has grown the company to over 60 employees and 9 million dollars in annual revenue in only 3.5 years with ZERO debt of outside funding. Disruptive Advertising helps businesses advertise profitably on Google and Facebook by leveraging their software and team of marketers. They have worked with over 1,000 businesses to date and have found that on average 76% of AdWords and Facebook Ad budgets are wasted. While most business leaders focus on personal financial gain, Jacob reinvests a fair amount of his profits back into his employees and the community; donating 10% of his salary to his church every month, spending upwards of $1k a week on snacks for the office, donating monthly to a charity cause his employees choose, and developing employees with no experience into leadership roles within his company that earn six-figure salaries. Jacob is a regular contributor on sites like Forbes, Entrepreneur, SearchEngineLand, MarketingLand, SearchEngineJournal, Unbounce and KissMetrics.
Margaret Vandergriff founded Harvest Moon Coaching to provide relocation planning tools, strategies, and support to help people find their happy place. She started her first consulting business at age 25. Over 25 years, she helped dozens of nonprofits find and access $20 million in grants. She launched Harvest Moon Coaching in 2016 after a disastrous relocation experience highlighted the need for a comprehensive, unbiased resource to help people move successfully. Using a signature method she developed as a grants consultant, she created this resource to help people take the guesswork out of their relocation search, save time and money looking and feel confident they’ll thrive in the place they choose.
Daniel Bruce Levin walked away from an opportunity to run a business, that was a household name in America to find happiness and inner peace. His life has been a combination of massive victories and incredible defeats.
Rhiannon Bosse believes in the power of celebration. As founder and creative leader of Rhiannon Bosse Celebrations, she has helped thousands around the world plan weddings and toast other milestones with a distinct blend of class and unbridled joy, all of which prompted VOGUE Magazine to name her one of the top wedding planners in the world.
Adam Anderson is a long-time small business owner who also happens to be one of the leading authorities on small business cybersecurity. He is a serial entrepreneur, author, and founder of Element Security Group, a cybersecurity and education firm focused on the problems unique to small businesses. With over 20 years experience in cyber security and more than a dozen years as a small business owner, Adam can talk to business owners without having to use “tech speak.”
Carrie Charlick, entrepreneur and founder of Essential Bodywear. EBW's goal is to make bra shopping fun and exciting with a high level of service that uplifts and supports women. Headquartered in Commerce Township, Michigan, EBW is a woman-owned, 3.5 million dollar company with employees and currently over 500 Independent Representatives in 38 states. With 85% of women wearing the wrong size and style bra, their Certified Bra Fit Specialist have struck a chord with women throughout the country.
Doug Holt is the owner of 6 companies all centered around helping business owners grow their businesses and live epic lives.
In short, he's a father, a husband, a trusted friend, an advisor, an entrepreneur, an investor, an adventurer, and a regular guy who enjoys learning new things over a great glass of wine, beer… or a good cup of coffee.
His clients know him mostly as their trusted advisor and friend. His passion is helping business owners get unstuck and gain clarity so they can live the lives they truly dream of and take control of their businesses in a way that supports their dreams.
Elise Auxier is an ICF certified, professional executive and life coach and the owner of Gulfcoast Coaching in Tampa, Florida. Elise helps her clients understand and harness the power of their energy for greater leadership effectiveness. Unlike personality assessments, the Energy Leadership Index (ELI) is a behavioral assessment which illuminates how current perceptions, attitudes, and behaviors either enhance ability to lead or detract from it. It measures how people really “show up” in life on a day when things are going pretty good and when they are under stress. The ELI uncovers 7 distinct levels of energy which we all cycle through on a daily basis. None of these energy levels are inherently good or bad unless we become stuck in one, unaware of our ability to choose something different. Understanding that we possess the power to choose our energy and find opportunity in every situation is a life-changing awareness. This is exactly the window that the ELI allows us to look through. For more than 30 years Elise has helped men and women expand their clarity, personal power and confidence. She partners with her clients to help them experience more of the life they really want. Together they illuminate what might be possible and turn it into the achievable. Elise coaches professional people who are hungry for higher performance, deeper engagement and more personal satisfaction and joy in their lives. People who feel both overwhelmed and underwhelmed by their lives and know that there has got to be more than this. The Energy Leadership Index illuminates the path for a new level of awareness and consciousness about what is truly possible in life.
Kelly Roach, CEO of Kelly Roach International and host of Unstoppable Success Radio.
Kelly Roach is a Former NFL Cheerleader and Fortune 500 Executive turned Business Growth Strategist. Kelly is best known for helping business owners and leaders around the World make 6 & 7 Figure leaps in their business with superior strategy, systems and most importantly building winning teams.
Kelly is a best selling author and the host of the top-rated podcast Unstoppable Success Radio where she works tirelessly to help entrepreneurs discover the fastest, most efficient path to cross the not so easy, not so obvious bridge to entrepreneurial freedom.