Jerry Brazie is an outspoken, straight-talking CEO, Entrepreneur and Real Estate Investor living in Portland, OR. Jerry grew up poor, had zero advantages, eight brothers and sisters, and no education. On his own at 17 and facing a lifetime of crappy jobs and poverty, Jerry beat the odds and started his first company at 28 years old and has run his company successfully for over 20 years.
Jerry has strong opinions on what it takes to succeed in business and life in today’s America. With a lifetime of experiences both at work and at home, Jerry is hoping to challenge and inspire anyone that is searching for success. Jerry pulls no punches and tells it exactly as he sees it. Together with his Co-Host Billy Green, Jerry will certainly challenge you, probably offend you, but will definitely make you think.
The show is co-hosted by William (Billy) Green from Vancouver, WA. Billy is a former software developer branching out into the creative space and a content creator for Jerry. As well as providing his technical expertise, Billy brings the perspective of a young millennial. He will provide the opinions and pushback of a young entrepreneur vs. an established CEO.
Are you wondering if you have what it takes to be an entrepreneur? Have you ever wondered what the life of a successful business owner looks like? If you are serious about learning from real-world experiences both in life and business from someone who has lived it, give us a try. This podcast series will cover stories from Jerry's life, including the lessons he has learned along the way both in life and business that may be helpful to others.
We want the show to be interactive, with Jerry lending his expertise (and strong opinions) to anyone that can find value from it. So if you are thinking about becoming an entrepreneur, are an existing business owner, are looking to be successful, or just have questions on the journey, give us a listen.
We want the podcast to be both educational and entertaining while providing the best information we can to help anyone looking to start or run their own business. But we love to argue and want people telling us why they think we are wrong. Let’s have a real conversation and maybe we will learn from each other!