Entrepreneurship: I’ll Have Another with Lindsey Hein

Anyone out there looking to start a podcast? Today’s episode is for you! Lindsey Hein turned a small hobby into a huge podcast with more than 2.5 million downloads, and then expanded her business into a production company. Tune in for her secrets to success.

Lindsey Hein is the mother of four boys ages 1, 3, 5 and 7. She is the host of one of the top running podcasts “I’ll Have Another with Lindsey Hein” and the founder of the podcast network Sandyboy Productions. A distance runner herself, Lindsey has completed 16 marathons and coaches athletes to complete the distance both in person and virtually. 

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Lindsey Hein portfolio

I’ll Have Another with Lindsey Hein

The Illuminate Podcast

Traveling for a Cause

Psi Upsilon members Jack Harmon and Kolemann Lutz went from brothers to business partners when they co-founded Journey Foundation in 2018. In today’s episode, Jack and Kole walk us through their once-in-a-lifetime motorbike trips through South America and Southeast Asia. As they tried to navigate the roads and find a place to sleep, they also documented their experience online to raise money for causes close to their hearts.

After graduating early with a bachelor’s degree in international business from the University of Mary Washington, Kolemann Lutz embarked on an 8,000 km Journey across 10 countries in Southeast Asia to support nonprofits empowering local youth education. Jack Harmon also graduated from the University of Mary Washington with a degree in economics. In 2015, Jack voyaged through South America while fundraising for depression awareness through the Josh Anderson Foundation.

In transforming a life passion into a life commitment, Kole, Jack and the team at Journey Foundation strive to empower others to begin a volunteer mission that exceeds one’s physical, mental, and philanthropic goals.

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Journey Foundation – LinkedIn

Journey Foundation – Facebook

Jack’s Journey – Trailer

Jack’s Journey – Full Video

Finding the Leader in You

Have you tried writing four books, traveling the country for presentations, hosting a podcast, and raising a child? Join us today to hear how Chris Molina does it all, and how you can, too.

During his seven years of active duty in the Marine Corps, his four years at Purdue University as a student leader, his six months as a government contractor, and his three years in the corporate world, Chris Molina has developed a passion for leadership. He shares his experiences to help young leaders develop themselves for future success through speaking events, podcasts, and his book. In his free time, he enjoys spending time with his wife, daughter, two dogs, and cat. 

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Chris Molina portfolio

Connect with Chris Molina

SALUTE Veterans National Honor Society 

Don’t Hesitate

Today’s chat follows the story of another entrepreneur who decided to leave the corporate world to pursue a dream in race and event management. Todd Oliver talks to us about handling conflict, improving customer service for his runners, and rallying support in the community to get a company off the ground.

Todd Oliver graduated from Indiana University with a bachelor’s degree in economics in 1989. Much of his career has been involved in sports marketing with stints in auto racing in various marketing roles, with a final stop at the American College of Sports Medicine as the vice president of corporate partnerships through 2014. In 2009, Oliver started his second running event company, Carmel Road Racing Group, with shared ownership specifically for the Carmel Marathon. Today, the company owns six events in the Indianapolis area and stages four under contract with two hosted out-of-state.

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CRRG Events