I had the privilege of interviewing Suren Aloyan, the Founding President of DASARAN Ed-Tech Company, a SaaS company providing innovative solutions in K12 education.
DASARAN is a simple-to-use cloud-based Educational Development System that provides transparent and innovative performance management and data analysis services combined with interactive learning content and communication channels to school students, parents, teachers, administrators, and policymakers.
Suren had some incredible insight into education and entrepreneurship. You’re not going to want to miss this.
I feel like I missed the boat in some ways while in college. Instead of partying and drinking… and studying of course… I should’ve taken more advantage of things.
Like down time without a mortgage, wife, and kids. Or cool lectures.
And, yeah, I should’ve started a business in my dorm. Like the subject of our featured story did (and Mark Zuckerberg too).
You need to check out how Alex from Beacon Brand Identity is flat out killing it. And he’s only a sophomore.
There are moments in our lives that we will never forget. Some good and some bad.
But, rarely anything so substantial that it’s both life-threatening and life-altering.
For today’s guest, Adrian Shepherd, there is one date that will stick with him until the day he dies. Read on to learn the importance of December 26th, 2004 in Adrian’s life.
Today, I have the distinct pleasure of sharing my interview with Michelle Schroeder-Gardner from Making Sense of Cents. We have a lot to learn from a woman making over $1 million per year with her blog.
Let’s see what she told me.
It’s Memorial Day weekend. And I can think of no better way to celebrate than by honoring a veteran who is also a business owner.
That’s what we do here at Hero Story, right? We honor heroes.
So, this week I wanted to honor Nick Ripplinger of Battle Sight Technologies. Not only is Nick a business hero, but he’s a true American hero.
Let’s learn from him this week.
Are you prepared to ignite?
That’s the question John Lee Dumas (JLD for short) asks his guests before each episode of Entrepreneurs On Fire. So, it makes sense to ask you this as I share my interview with the great podcaster himself.
JLD was kind enough to share why he started Entrepreneurs On Fire, what moments have shaped his life to date, and even his favorite book. Grab a coffee or your favorite beverage and let’s get fired up.
Parenthood is anything but easy. Those of you raising kids know that to be true.
It’s full of highs and lows. Moments of joy — and long periods of exhaustion.
As a father, I know I get tired after a long day. But, it’s that much tougher on mothers out there.
That’s why I wanted to highlight Saralyn’s work at The Mama Sagas. It’s time we give moms their due!
Check out my interview with her and give us your thoughts in the comments.
Dave Gambrill is a real professional. The guy just gets stuff done and adds value bombs all day long.
You’re going to love my full interview with him. If you didn’t check out his write-up in the newsletter, go here.
I had the pleasure of covering Sean Mulroney again in this interview and in the April 12th, 2019 Hero Story newsletter. Previously, I wrote about his amazing story for Forbes.
Check out my full interview with Sean below.