While working as a sales representative for Frito-Lay, Ozzy Perez began experimenting in the kitchen, challenging himself to put new spins on classic Mexican dishes, and now he owns his own small business.

Ozzy Perez worked in the corporate world early on in his career, but he knew there was more opportunity out there to be his own boss. With no restaurant or culinary experience, he wanted to start a food truck that actually started off as a taco cart. Now Perez owns Señor Ozzy’s Tacos y Mariscos that serves a wide variety of fare from tacos to hot dogs.

Career coaches sometimes get a bad rap, but their messaging is clear and motivating for their clients. Take Quentin for example, he’s an author, entrepreneur, activist, and son. With an act for generating revenue and clearer mindsets with his clients, Quentin tells of his history in business and the important tools one must use to follow a steady career path in a positive direction.

A rockstar career coach, and dedicated professional, Quentin McCain joins the podcast to enlighten our viewers on the course to transformation! His embrace to further enhance mental, physical, emotional, and spiritual well-being lends the idea that all of us can be successful. It just takes a positive mindset and ability to say “no” to projects when you need to. We take a deep dive with Quentin on how he earned his title as author and entrepreneur in this episode of brewing business with Austin Jack. Check out his latest book to learn even more about him “Think on These Things”.

Many young adults are intimidated by running for office, even on the local level. But, Joseph Mitchell is working to change that, his group, Run GenZ, works to recruit, empower, and mentor conservative trailblazers from Generation Z to pursue election to public office and win, leading state and local chambers and councils toward a more constitutionally-focused government.works to recruit, empower, and mentor conservative trailblazers from Generation Z to pursue election to public office and win, leading state and local chambers and councils toward a more constitutionally-focused government.

America’s Future offers rising generations opportunities for networking, mentoring, leadership and community engagement through our national network and extensive array of programming.

All of his experiences led to the design of what has become a globally recognized brand generating millions of dollars for organizations around the world. But how did those experiences contribute to a vision he was always developing? Chris Ronzio reveals his story as the Founder and CEO of Trainual — a training platform that all of us can use.

Online services make up a large percentage of our daily lives. And workplaces around the world are looking for the latest tools to not only streamline their processes, but create standard operating procedures that can withstand the test of time. A company by the name of Trainual has shocked the onboarding employee process for 100s of companies around the world, and today, we find out how it’s Founder came to the conclusion that this software needed to be affordable, easy to use, and adaptable to any team environment. At a young age, Chris Ronzio is now becoming a business leader who claims all of his endeavors lead to the creation of a company he plans to spend the rest of his life growing.

Breaking into a new industry is always a challenge, but when you sell your business to move on to greater things in the real estate world that challenge can totally be worthwhile! And for Christine Ong it was.

The real estate market is at an all time high in the US. Homes are selling at a record pace, and new realtors are finding huge value in marketplaces around the country. But what about the brand of these realtors? Do homeowners look for agents who share their values and have a compelling story? Or do they just want their home sold as soon as possible? Join us for an episode with Christine Ong Cothrun who works with some of the Southwest’s most popular agents and hear her story about the sacrifices her grandparents made when immigrating to the US.

The gig economy seeps into every market. And Rolando Aguilar saw a huge opportunity to bring the gig economy to lawn services and landscaping. His app, Yard Service on Demand, is an easy solution for a homeowner to find a reliable landscaper at your fingertips.

America’s Future offers rising generations opportunities for networking, mentoring, leadership and community engagement through our national network and extensive array of programming.

Leading in both the non-profit and private sectors, this young entrepreneurs knows how to tell a story about how socialism ruins nations across the globe. Starting with an experience in her dorm room with a socialist, the Founder of Young Americans Against Socialism, Morgan Zegers, tells us her story as a business and non-profit leader in her 20s.

There is no question that the topic of socialism is a rising commodity in public education today. However, who are those advocating against such an infamous ideology? In today’s episode, we bring you a young female voice, Morgan Zegers, who is attracting the masses to her online commentary and education about socialism at Young Americans Against Socialism. From discussions about philosophy to the challenges of building a business while in college, this young gun really knows how to balance thought leadership and business in one place.

When deciding to start a franchise, one may think money is the only risk at stake, but in Erica’s case, it was her cow, her tequila business and her livelihood! This episode is all about risk taking and Erica Sanchez joins us to tell her journey of truly risking it all.

When do you make that decision to sell it all for greater outcomes? And how much risk do you take to really grow to the next level as a CEO? In this episode we explore what it took for one entrepreneur to truly become a top franchisee in a market that is always changing. Her drive, passion, and ability to make strategic risks guided her to become one of the nation’s leading franchise creators. And now, she’s teaching others to do the same.

With every job comes challenges, but how can employers mitigate stress levels of their employees and empower a culture of wellness? Sentari Minor joins the podcast to answer this question and more importantly, lend advice on how to maximize employee output.

In the conversation we discuss the importance of mental and behavioral health. Exploring opportunities for positive reinforcement and honest communication, Sentari tackles answers about team members battling diseases not detected by your primary care physician but by a license psychiatrist to diagnose behavioral health issues we can all overcome. His outlook on work-life balance lend an interesting take for any employer looking to create an open, honest, and high functioning work environment.

In the beer brewing business, women are underrepresented, and Megan Greenwood joins the podcast to tell her story from corporate job to the brewing room.

In this conversation we discuss challenges women face in the industry, how risk taking is the only way to challenge your vision for a business or idea, and the complexity of team make ups. We reveal how Megan rose to the occasion to become one of the ONLY female conservative brewers in the country. From an executive position with a high paying salary, to a female brewer ready to take the industry by storm!