VaShaun Jones is president of Fedora Outlier, the first nationally-recognized firm delivering consulting, teaching and support for Apple’s range of accessible technologies to blind and low vision individuals. Fedora’s mission is to educate, equip and empower the blindness community for success in the workplace, classroom and at play.
Ezra Firestone of SmartMarketer.com
Ezra Firestone is an eCommerce expert and the founder of SmartMarketer. If you are interested in growing your eCommerce business and having fun while doing it, then Smart Marketer can help you. You will find many great tips, videos, and podcasts covering business, lifestyle, mindset, and more.
Antonio Centeno of Real Men Real Style
Antonio Centeno is the founder of Real Men Real Style. His goal is to provide men the tools to educate themselves and build the wardrobe that best complements their individual style.
John Lee Dumas of EntrepreneurOnFire
John Lee Dumas is the Founder and Host of EntrepreneurOnFire, a business podcast that interviews today’s most inspiring and successful Entrepreneurs 7-days a week. EntrepreneurOnFire is a top 10 business podcast generating over 100,000 unique downloads a month in over 100 countries, and his lineup includes Barbara Corcoran, Seth Godin, Tim Ferriss, Gary Vaynerchuk, Guy Kawasaki, & hundreds more.
Today’s Guest Host, Steve P. Young, is a the Director of Product Marketing at SmartShoot . He is also the founder of Pixel Happy, an indie mobile app development company.
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