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Bringing successful guest entrepreneurs and small business owners to discuss their challenges and fears through the financial/accounting prism, and how they overcame them. What makes an entrepreneur successful? Tune in to find out!

Nov 1, 2017

In this episode we are focusing on Rich Moyer, Serial Entrepreneur in Charlotte NC, who is a millennial that created and sold one company and is now a Founder/CEO of two new concepts-one an ice cream shop and also a self-serve beer/wine bar.

In This Episode

  • Rich Moyer talks about how he jumped ship in corporate America at Paychex, and then started a janitorial business and fell in love with the grind of entrepreneurialism
  • Rich talks about how he started his entire career as a PGA professional, but has always wanted to be an entrepreneur
  • His first company, Oneliance, was self-funded and grew into a multi-million dollar top line revenue business and by his fourth year, sold it.
  • He talks about the sacrifice in his personal life to put in the long hours and he states that there was a reason he did that. His reason is what pushed him day in and day out.
  • Rich contacted a brokerage firm in working with his sale and it all came down to timing and the right price, so he claims to have gotten lucky in selling Oneliance.
  • He speaks about getting bored at the end of that venture and started an ice cream shop with friends as business partners.
  • Rich realized he is a serial entrepreneur and decided he wanted to invest in a bar concept that is technology-driven and new to the bar market.
  • He states that his favorite part of owning a biz is waking up and working for himself.
  • Rich says that he has never had a downside in owning a biz but had a real life example as a young kid, seeing his younger brother battle cancer so he lives with gratitude everyday.
  • He says that you have to roll up your sleeves and dig in and be willing to work.