Agie Sundaram, the co-founder of Span Enterprises, spent 11 years as a cruise ship photographer before starting his own photography business. After having an epiphany at a photography conference and seeing his future should he stay on this path, he put everything on the line to grow a software business. Today, his company offers a variety of tax related web-based software.
Yoram Baltinester is the founder of Decisive Action Workshops. Born and raised in Israel, he chose to go down the corporate IT path before he was laid off in 2001. Seizing an opportunity to start an IT consulting business with a coworker that had also been laid off, Yoram build it into a profitable business and sold it several years later to focus on his passion. Today he is a personal development coach and is living his dream.
In honor of ADHD awareness month, Eric Tivers, the owner of Tivers Clinical Specialties, shares his journey of launching into entrepreneurship despite being diagnosed with ADD in college. He was able to overcome that as an obstacle and launch a successful business helping those with ADHD and with high-functioning Autism.
Jacob Cramer, the founder of Love for the Elderly, was only 13 years old when he came up with an idea to send letters to the residents of nursing homes after volunteering in a nursing home. Today, he has grown it into a global organization that has delivered over 10,000 letters to nursing homes all over the country and he's only 15.
Sahara Wright, CEO of The CEO Effect, graduated from law school and went to work in family law. After she discovered she hated it, she tried to look for a job in business law. But after not being able to land a job in that area, she decided to make her own way and started her own law firm. Today, she helps small business owners think more strategically about their businesses.