Jim Beach was Escorted Out of Coca-Cola and Then Built a Multi-Million Dollar Training Company; Eavesdrop on How It Happened

 

In today’s episode you’ll hear from business author, multi-time entrepreneur, and professor, Jim Beach.

Jim is an Atlanta-based entrepreneur that built American Computer Experience, which was named one of the fastest-growing companies in Georgia three different times. He was named one of the 40 Most Influential Citizens under 40 in Atlanta and wrote the book School for Startups, which was picked up by the very first publisher that he contacted.

Jim has strong opinions about the entrepreneurial experience and you’ll definitely hear what he thinks about the idea of following your passion. You will also hear about how he got fired from Coca-Cola and how he…

 

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In this episode, you’ll learn:

  • Why he would not take on Twitter as a client
  • What new ventures he’s currently working on
  • What Jim thinks about the idea of following your passion
  • How he got fired from Coca-Cola and was escorted out of the building
  • What happened when the bank told him he had 28 days to move out of his house, and how he recovered from it

 

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Links mentioned in this episode:

School for Startups by Jim Beach

Jim’s Website

Jim on Twitter and LinkedIn

 

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