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Bravepreneur Parents Academy with Bolaji O

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Welcome to Bravepreneur Parents Academy, with Bolaji O! Where the world's most inspiring entrepreneurs reveal their most defining childhood moments... And share their legacy for raising Brave Little Heroes who will grow up to change the world. But why a show for entrepreneur parents? Because if you aren't consciously and intentionally passing along your wisdom, and creating that quality time with your kids every day, you're letting them get those life lessons from other sources outside the family -- TV, video games, and friends from school. For most of us, there's no manual for entrepreneurship. Every PARENT has a superpower. What's yours? And do your kids know it? Join Bolaji Oyejide (Bolaji O) 7 days a week, as he leads a hilariously entertaining, powerfully poignant, raucously rich master class on your most important job in the world. DAD, or MOM.

Latest Episodes

049: She's a Kid Fashionista. He's a Millennial Finance Whiz. How Traveling the World Gave them The Courage Vibe.

In November 2012, Riley and Ally went on a 24-country trip over 9 months with their parents. Today, along with their parents, they encourage other families to travel, see the world and pursue their own dreams through their website, TheCourageVibe.com. At the time of the trip, Riley was 16 years old and Ally was 11. The family purchased one-way tickets to Australia, and after that, had no exact plans on what they were going to do. “We had taken the first step, and we were going to let things work themselves out accordingly” Riley says that it didn’t sink in what they doing until several months into the trip. “It was surreal, and a lot of fun. It really showed us what open intention could bring.” In the 6 months leading up to the trip, the family discussed various ideas of where they might go. They purchased a large Ikea map of the world to post pins on the places they thought they might like to visit. Once on the trip they asked people the met in hostels, and locals, opinions on...

55 MIN2016 JAN 31
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049: She's a Kid Fashionista. He's a Millennial Finance Whiz. How Traveling the World Gave them The Courage Vibe.

Life is Like a Garbage Truck. Parenting Life Lessons... With H. Guthrie Chamberlain of Wisdom-Trek.com

H. Guthrie Chamberlain III is the creator and host of the amazing podcast called Wisdom-Trek. He is very passionate about leaving a legacy and inspiring others to do the same. Guthrie has always had a passion for gaining wisdom, and sharing it with others. He has read through the Book of Proverbs once a month for most of his adult life, reading a chapter a day. Leaving a legacy is important to Guthrie, and he wants to leave a positive impact. He believes that as your legacy grows, people will look to you as a role model or mentor that they would like to have in their lives. Guthrie grew up in a large family of 10 children, on a farm in a rural area. He says his upbringing taught him the value of hard work, as well as giving him the opportunity to see the love his parents had for each other and their children. We can’t love each other properly if we don’t love ourselves. Guthrie shares that life will be tough, but you can proceed and be victorious. Failure is not a defeat, it’s a ...

33 MIN2016 JAN 24
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Life is Like a Garbage Truck. Parenting Life Lessons... With H. Guthrie Chamberlain of Wisdom-Trek.com

047: Grandmas, Storms & Butterflies. A Legacy of Overcoming. With Jamon Glover.

Jamon Glover is an aspiring speaker, husband and father of 4. He believes that everyone has something great to give, and he wants to help us realize our potential. Jamon’s first recognition of him wanting to be something came from his community pastor, and his uncle, who was a unionized sanitation worker out of New York. They were both respected by others and always giving. “I wanted to impact people’s lives the way they did” Jamon was born with a birth defect when his pregnant mother was in a severe automobile accident. This caused him to be ridiculed by his peers. His grandmother saw this through the years and reminded him one time that “everybody has their own cross to bear.” She told him storms come to make us stronger, which builds character and integrity. “(Storms) give you strength, but more importantly, experience” Both of his sons were born with issues. His oldest son was born large, which strained the ligaments in his shoulder. When he began to crawl, he couldn’t ...

50 MIN2016 JAN 15
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047: Grandmas, Storms & Butterflies. A Legacy of Overcoming. With Jamon Glover.

046: Mom Guilt & Fire Ants. Parenting on Purpose, With Susan Seay.

Susan Seay is a mom of 7, who believes that life as a mom is a wild adventure and worth every grey hair. She and her husband have built an amazing real estate empire that allowed him to retire from his corporate job and today Susan travels around the world mentoring moms, helping them rise above the noise and live from a place of their God-given purpose. Susan feels in line with the purpose of her life, and she has learned to “take everything in stride.” Her family does the stuff that matters, which is creating connection with each other. “At the center of everything we do, our family is keen at being intentional” She takes a long-range view of what she wants for her family, and advises others to do the same. You can do so by determining what you want them to know about themselves, and then you can step back and figure out what it will take to create that. At the same time, be intentional about what you’re doing at this very moment. Her tip to remain present is to remember that...

42 MIN2016 JAN 12
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046: Mom Guilt & Fire Ants. Parenting on Purpose, With Susan Seay.

045: Going GREEN in 2016! Healthy Kids & Healthy Families, with Casey Sollock

Casey Sollock is a natural health speaker, author and coach. You can find her on 90.9 KCBI in the Dallas, Fort Worth area. Her mission is to inspire entrepreneurs everywhere to reclaim their health through natural solutions so they can live their purpose with passion and energy. Casey was growing a life-purpose coaching business, burning the candle at both ends and not sleeping, while eating lots of fast food. She had many issues as her body was run down and immune system compromised. “I could not live my purpose with passion and energy, because I was sick all the time” Casey began to focus on her health and it became her personal mission to learn everything she could about holistic health, so she could live with vibrancy. “It’s not about denial and restriction, it’s about adding in the good stuff; you begin to crave the good stuff.” With your health, it’s important to take one small step at a time. The small things you do on a consistent basis begin to compound over time to ...

44 MIN2016 JAN 5
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045: Going GREEN in 2016! Healthy Kids & Healthy Families, with Casey Sollock

044: Teaching Kids Kindness Through Moments a Day. With Chelsea Lee Smith.

Chelsea Lee Smith is the creator of MomentsADay.com . She is a mother of two adorable boys and a beautiful baby girl, as well as being the wife of an emergency room doctor. She’s originally from North Carolina, but now resides in Brisbane, Australia. Theme: living a life of kindness. habits of the heart. teaching them losing at a very young age, may be an unnecessary challenge games by Peaceable Kingdom. I don't focus on giving my kids a FUN childhood. I want them to know that the purpose of life is to SERVE OTHERS. Chelsea says her blog is part of what she does, but she admits she doesn’t have the answers on everything. However, she has done a lot of exploring about teaching kids character traits and virtues. “I’m sharing what I learned, and what works for me” She started blogging about parenting issues a little over 6 years ago. Eventually, Chelsea realized she had this passion for character education and wanted to share it in a more public way, which is MomentADay.com. “It...

50 MIN2015 DEC 23
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044: Teaching Kids Kindness Through Moments a Day. With Chelsea Lee Smith.

043: How to Raise a Kidpreneur! Entrepreneurship and Parenting, With Shae Bynes of Kingdom Driven Entrepreneur.

Shae Bynes is a passionate storyteller, three-time best selling author and a teacher on God-centered business and marriage. She’s the author of 8 books, and the host of the “Kingdom Driven Entrepreneur” podcast. Based in Florida, she’s married to her high school sweetheart and together they have two beautiful daughters. Shae is very passionate about youth financial literacy and entrepreneurship. Both of her daughters (now ages 14 and 7) are entrepreneurs that started their businesses at very young ages. Her oldest daughter started her own business at the age of 10 so she could buy the things she wanted. Originally, she would do bonus chores around the house for a commission. Eventually, she moved online and would get items from people to sell on Ebay and Craigslist. She started by warm-calling friends and family, and eventually cold-called and visited neighbours she didn’t know to see if they had items they wanted to sell. “I really let her pace things; that was her business”...

33 MIN2015 DEC 23
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043: How to Raise a Kidpreneur! Entrepreneurship and Parenting, With Shae Bynes of Kingdom Driven Entrepreneur.

042: Passion, Profits, & Being In It for the Life Journey. With Michelle Vandepas.

Michelle Vandepas is the host of the Purpose and Profit podcast, a best-selling author and TEDx speaker. She works with those who’s call is to change the consciousness of the planet. She will be featured in an upcoming documentary, “Wisdom From Thought Leaders.” In addition to being a mother and grandmother, she has 10 foster children. Michelle believes that it is possible for anyone to be an entrepreneur, but it can be complicated. She feels everyone shouldn’t approach entrepreneurship the same way, and gives the example of Richard Branson versus a smaller entrepreneur that works from home. “The definition (of entrepreneur) is so broad that I think we need to remember that there’s a place for everyone. It’s finding the style that’s right for you to make you the most successful.” When frustrated and discouraged, entrepreneurs need to remember they’re in it for the life journey, because they have a passion. http://bravepreneur.com/042-2/ “Passion needs to sustain us over t...

48 MIN2015 DEC 22
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042: Passion, Profits, & Being In It for the Life Journey.  With Michelle Vandepas.

041: A Dad on a Mission Reveals His Secrets for Reaching Influencers with Video. Entrepreneurial Parenting, with James Tew

James Tew is the Australian dad behind “A Dad’s Mission for Success.” He is is a 7-year Navy vet, content partner with Entrepreneur.com and an expert at helping entrepreneurs build relationships with influencers through video. He is married and has four beautiful daughters. In this episode, james reveals some little known hacks for your breaking into th e upper ranks of your industry... with video. James originally got interested in video as a teenager, but didn’t start doing them again until earlier this year, as he found podcasting wasn’t for him. “I’m a very visual person. I like to wave my hands around; I like to do things. Video is the medium that provided me the opportunity to do that.” In August 2015, he published his first video on YouTube and has over 17,000 views since. He tries to keep his videos to less than three minutes, and injects humour at points where he feels the audience might fall off. “I think we all need to have a laugh at ourselves sometimes and not ...

37 MIN2015 DEC 18
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041: A Dad on a Mission Reveals His Secrets for Reaching Influencers with Video. Entrepreneurial Parenting, with James Tew

040: Shes the DJ, He's the Rapper. How to Be a Serial Startup Artist, and Run a Family Well. With Ariana and Tom Sylvester of Serial Startups.

She's the DJ, He's the Rapper. :) Tom and Ariana Sylvester are the founders of Serial Startups, and host of the podcast of the same name. They are experienced real estate investors, as well owning other businesses. Together, they raise two adorable children. Tom’s first entrepreneurial venture was as a child. He purchased candy in bulk from the local store, and set up his own shop in his room. Over the years, he had several businesses fail, until he started seeing success with his real estate investing. When he and Ariana purchased a commercial building, they used the empty space to open their own wine and liquor store. People were asking the two of them how they managed being parents while running multiple businesses. They decided to shift their conversations online by starting a blog, which evolved into the podcast and courses related to Serial Startups. Tom went to school for computer science and business management, while Ariana studied zoology. She worked a number of jobs, inc...

46 MIN2015 DEC 16
Comments
040: Shes the DJ, He's the Rapper. How to Be a Serial Startup Artist, and Run a Family Well. With Ariana and Tom Sylvester of Serial Startups.

Latest Episodes

049: She's a Kid Fashionista. He's a Millennial Finance Whiz. How Traveling the World Gave them The Courage Vibe.

In November 2012, Riley and Ally went on a 24-country trip over 9 months with their parents. Today, along with their parents, they encourage other families to travel, see the world and pursue their own dreams through their website, TheCourageVibe.com. At the time of the trip, Riley was 16 years old and Ally was 11. The family purchased one-way tickets to Australia, and after that, had no exact plans on what they were going to do. “We had taken the first step, and we were going to let things work themselves out accordingly” Riley says that it didn’t sink in what they doing until several months into the trip. “It was surreal, and a lot of fun. It really showed us what open intention could bring.” In the 6 months leading up to the trip, the family discussed various ideas of where they might go. They purchased a large Ikea map of the world to post pins on the places they thought they might like to visit. Once on the trip they asked people the met in hostels, and locals, opinions on...

55 MIN2016 JAN 31
Comments
049: She's a Kid Fashionista. He's a Millennial Finance Whiz. How Traveling the World Gave them The Courage Vibe.

Life is Like a Garbage Truck. Parenting Life Lessons... With H. Guthrie Chamberlain of Wisdom-Trek.com

H. Guthrie Chamberlain III is the creator and host of the amazing podcast called Wisdom-Trek. He is very passionate about leaving a legacy and inspiring others to do the same. Guthrie has always had a passion for gaining wisdom, and sharing it with others. He has read through the Book of Proverbs once a month for most of his adult life, reading a chapter a day. Leaving a legacy is important to Guthrie, and he wants to leave a positive impact. He believes that as your legacy grows, people will look to you as a role model or mentor that they would like to have in their lives. Guthrie grew up in a large family of 10 children, on a farm in a rural area. He says his upbringing taught him the value of hard work, as well as giving him the opportunity to see the love his parents had for each other and their children. We can’t love each other properly if we don’t love ourselves. Guthrie shares that life will be tough, but you can proceed and be victorious. Failure is not a defeat, it’s a ...

33 MIN2016 JAN 24
Comments
Life is Like a Garbage Truck. Parenting Life Lessons... With H. Guthrie Chamberlain of Wisdom-Trek.com

047: Grandmas, Storms & Butterflies. A Legacy of Overcoming. With Jamon Glover.

Jamon Glover is an aspiring speaker, husband and father of 4. He believes that everyone has something great to give, and he wants to help us realize our potential. Jamon’s first recognition of him wanting to be something came from his community pastor, and his uncle, who was a unionized sanitation worker out of New York. They were both respected by others and always giving. “I wanted to impact people’s lives the way they did” Jamon was born with a birth defect when his pregnant mother was in a severe automobile accident. This caused him to be ridiculed by his peers. His grandmother saw this through the years and reminded him one time that “everybody has their own cross to bear.” She told him storms come to make us stronger, which builds character and integrity. “(Storms) give you strength, but more importantly, experience” Both of his sons were born with issues. His oldest son was born large, which strained the ligaments in his shoulder. When he began to crawl, he couldn’t ...

50 MIN2016 JAN 15
Comments
047: Grandmas, Storms & Butterflies. A Legacy of Overcoming. With Jamon Glover.

046: Mom Guilt & Fire Ants. Parenting on Purpose, With Susan Seay.

Susan Seay is a mom of 7, who believes that life as a mom is a wild adventure and worth every grey hair. She and her husband have built an amazing real estate empire that allowed him to retire from his corporate job and today Susan travels around the world mentoring moms, helping them rise above the noise and live from a place of their God-given purpose. Susan feels in line with the purpose of her life, and she has learned to “take everything in stride.” Her family does the stuff that matters, which is creating connection with each other. “At the center of everything we do, our family is keen at being intentional” She takes a long-range view of what she wants for her family, and advises others to do the same. You can do so by determining what you want them to know about themselves, and then you can step back and figure out what it will take to create that. At the same time, be intentional about what you’re doing at this very moment. Her tip to remain present is to remember that...

42 MIN2016 JAN 12
Comments
046: Mom Guilt & Fire Ants. Parenting on Purpose, With Susan Seay.

045: Going GREEN in 2016! Healthy Kids & Healthy Families, with Casey Sollock

Casey Sollock is a natural health speaker, author and coach. You can find her on 90.9 KCBI in the Dallas, Fort Worth area. Her mission is to inspire entrepreneurs everywhere to reclaim their health through natural solutions so they can live their purpose with passion and energy. Casey was growing a life-purpose coaching business, burning the candle at both ends and not sleeping, while eating lots of fast food. She had many issues as her body was run down and immune system compromised. “I could not live my purpose with passion and energy, because I was sick all the time” Casey began to focus on her health and it became her personal mission to learn everything she could about holistic health, so she could live with vibrancy. “It’s not about denial and restriction, it’s about adding in the good stuff; you begin to crave the good stuff.” With your health, it’s important to take one small step at a time. The small things you do on a consistent basis begin to compound over time to ...

44 MIN2016 JAN 5
Comments
045: Going GREEN in 2016! Healthy Kids & Healthy Families, with Casey Sollock

044: Teaching Kids Kindness Through Moments a Day. With Chelsea Lee Smith.

Chelsea Lee Smith is the creator of MomentsADay.com . She is a mother of two adorable boys and a beautiful baby girl, as well as being the wife of an emergency room doctor. She’s originally from North Carolina, but now resides in Brisbane, Australia. Theme: living a life of kindness. habits of the heart. teaching them losing at a very young age, may be an unnecessary challenge games by Peaceable Kingdom. I don't focus on giving my kids a FUN childhood. I want them to know that the purpose of life is to SERVE OTHERS. Chelsea says her blog is part of what she does, but she admits she doesn’t have the answers on everything. However, she has done a lot of exploring about teaching kids character traits and virtues. “I’m sharing what I learned, and what works for me” She started blogging about parenting issues a little over 6 years ago. Eventually, Chelsea realized she had this passion for character education and wanted to share it in a more public way, which is MomentADay.com. “It...

50 MIN2015 DEC 23
Comments
044: Teaching Kids Kindness Through Moments a Day. With Chelsea Lee Smith.

043: How to Raise a Kidpreneur! Entrepreneurship and Parenting, With Shae Bynes of Kingdom Driven Entrepreneur.

Shae Bynes is a passionate storyteller, three-time best selling author and a teacher on God-centered business and marriage. She’s the author of 8 books, and the host of the “Kingdom Driven Entrepreneur” podcast. Based in Florida, she’s married to her high school sweetheart and together they have two beautiful daughters. Shae is very passionate about youth financial literacy and entrepreneurship. Both of her daughters (now ages 14 and 7) are entrepreneurs that started their businesses at very young ages. Her oldest daughter started her own business at the age of 10 so she could buy the things she wanted. Originally, she would do bonus chores around the house for a commission. Eventually, she moved online and would get items from people to sell on Ebay and Craigslist. She started by warm-calling friends and family, and eventually cold-called and visited neighbours she didn’t know to see if they had items they wanted to sell. “I really let her pace things; that was her business”...

33 MIN2015 DEC 23
Comments
043: How to Raise a Kidpreneur! Entrepreneurship and Parenting, With Shae Bynes of Kingdom Driven Entrepreneur.

042: Passion, Profits, & Being In It for the Life Journey. With Michelle Vandepas.

Michelle Vandepas is the host of the Purpose and Profit podcast, a best-selling author and TEDx speaker. She works with those who’s call is to change the consciousness of the planet. She will be featured in an upcoming documentary, “Wisdom From Thought Leaders.” In addition to being a mother and grandmother, she has 10 foster children. Michelle believes that it is possible for anyone to be an entrepreneur, but it can be complicated. She feels everyone shouldn’t approach entrepreneurship the same way, and gives the example of Richard Branson versus a smaller entrepreneur that works from home. “The definition (of entrepreneur) is so broad that I think we need to remember that there’s a place for everyone. It’s finding the style that’s right for you to make you the most successful.” When frustrated and discouraged, entrepreneurs need to remember they’re in it for the life journey, because they have a passion. http://bravepreneur.com/042-2/ “Passion needs to sustain us over t...

48 MIN2015 DEC 22
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042: Passion, Profits, & Being In It for the Life Journey.  With Michelle Vandepas.

041: A Dad on a Mission Reveals His Secrets for Reaching Influencers with Video. Entrepreneurial Parenting, with James Tew

James Tew is the Australian dad behind “A Dad’s Mission for Success.” He is is a 7-year Navy vet, content partner with Entrepreneur.com and an expert at helping entrepreneurs build relationships with influencers through video. He is married and has four beautiful daughters. In this episode, james reveals some little known hacks for your breaking into th e upper ranks of your industry... with video. James originally got interested in video as a teenager, but didn’t start doing them again until earlier this year, as he found podcasting wasn’t for him. “I’m a very visual person. I like to wave my hands around; I like to do things. Video is the medium that provided me the opportunity to do that.” In August 2015, he published his first video on YouTube and has over 17,000 views since. He tries to keep his videos to less than three minutes, and injects humour at points where he feels the audience might fall off. “I think we all need to have a laugh at ourselves sometimes and not ...

37 MIN2015 DEC 18
Comments
041: A Dad on a Mission Reveals His Secrets for Reaching Influencers with Video. Entrepreneurial Parenting, with James Tew

040: Shes the DJ, He's the Rapper. How to Be a Serial Startup Artist, and Run a Family Well. With Ariana and Tom Sylvester of Serial Startups.

She's the DJ, He's the Rapper. :) Tom and Ariana Sylvester are the founders of Serial Startups, and host of the podcast of the same name. They are experienced real estate investors, as well owning other businesses. Together, they raise two adorable children. Tom’s first entrepreneurial venture was as a child. He purchased candy in bulk from the local store, and set up his own shop in his room. Over the years, he had several businesses fail, until he started seeing success with his real estate investing. When he and Ariana purchased a commercial building, they used the empty space to open their own wine and liquor store. People were asking the two of them how they managed being parents while running multiple businesses. They decided to shift their conversations online by starting a blog, which evolved into the podcast and courses related to Serial Startups. Tom went to school for computer science and business management, while Ariana studied zoology. She worked a number of jobs, inc...

46 MIN2015 DEC 16
Comments
040: Shes the DJ, He's the Rapper. How to Be a Serial Startup Artist, and Run a Family Well. With Ariana and Tom Sylvester of Serial Startups.