In the 80th episode of Keep Moving Forward I discuss my experience at a recent entrepreneurship conference I had the privilege to attend in Orlando, Florida: Momentum.
Thank you to the newest patron of my podcast, Mr. Armando Raynol! Armando recently pledged to support Keep Moving Forward through my Patreon page, and I want to thank him so much for his help. Armando’s sincerity and timing could not be more perfect, actually, because I had the opportunity to meet him at the Momentum Conference that today’s episode is focused on.
“Change begins here.” One year ago last weekend I was an attendee of the inaugural Momentum Workshop Weekend, hosted by the original Disney-preneur, Lou Mongello. When I first started my podcast, it was actually Disney-themed, so I spent my days speaking with individuals who were inspired by Disney in some manner. This lead me to pursue an interview with a podcaster I’d admired for some time and whose insight on the parks and company seems to be unmatched. After speaking with Lou (interview available in episode 24), he told me about the Momentum 2016 conference and I knew I had to be a part of it. It was an incredible experience where I learned more than I ever dreamed I would and, most important to me, found a community of individuals whom I am honored to journey through entrepreneurship with.
For a recap on my experience from last year’s conference, you can take a listen to episode 27 of Keep Moving Forward.
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