On today’s episode of the Project Management for the Masses I speak with my friend Gene Hammond on a variety of topics. Gene is an author, entrepreneur, coach, and the host of the fantastic Leaders in the Trenches Podcast.
Gene and I talk about how he lost his job on 9/11, his exit from the corporate world, and his ups and downs as an entrepreneur, which led him to rethink his whole approach to business and become a coach.
Check out this episode if you want to feel inspired!
Here’s Gene’s bio, as published by Entrepreneur.com:
Gene Hammett is an author, speaker and experienced entrepreneur who is the founder of multiple multi-million dollar businesses.
Now as a strategic business mentor, Hammett works with other entrepreneurs to help them master themselves and their business so they can do work that matters.
Join him as he interviews industry leaders on his podcast as they share their path to success at LeadersintheTrenches.com.
As you know, I produce the PM for the Masses podcast on a part-time basis. For the most part, it has been a fulfilling experience and it has opened many doors for me.
I would love to devote even more of my time and resources to continue to create better and better content for you.
Yet as you also know, I have only 24 hours in my days, just like you. So I have been thinking about ways to be able to justify taking more time and dedicating more of me to the show.
Recently I have been approached by a few companies that are interested in sponsoring the show. Some of these companies have products and services that would be a perfect fit for me and you, and I would be able to promote them without reservation.
Before I start making too many decisions, I’d like to run this by you.
What do you think of hearing a message from a sponsor during the PM for the Masses Podcast? This would only be a few seconds, and the show would otherwise be exactly the same.
This is a big deal for me, and I would love your feedback. Ours is a tight community and I would like to hear what you have to say about this.
Please use the comment box below and let me know!
Also on this episode I bring you the latest project management “must read” articles as collected and curated by my friend Dave Gordon. For Dave’s website and a link to the articles he shares, click here.