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180 Win is a podcast that shares stories and insights from small business warriors who met a certain challenge by shifting their approach, and came out on top.

Now more than ever, small business owners know that in order to succeed it’s necessary to stay agile and flexible. Our episodes cover relevant topics through real-life inspiring stories that will educate and inspire.

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Episodes

EPISODE 1

Pushing adventure travel boundaries across the globe.

Tom Gehrels started his own adventure travel company offering small tours with activities such as trekking, hiking, cycling, and safaris. [Learn More]

EPISODE 2

Former school counselor strengthens bodies and minds through yoga.

Jennifer (Jenay) Aiksnoras of Lake Tahoe Yoga shares her how she reinvented herself from elementary school counselor to yoga instructor. [Learn More]

EPISODE 3

Fixing SMB benefits errors drives referrals.

Gladys Boutwell of Insurance by Design knows a thing or two about small business needs because she runs an employee benefits company. [Learn More]

EPISODE 4

A passion for serving the vulnerable became a business model.

Robert Armstrong Jr. didn’t have immigration law in mind when he attended law school, but he was part of an immigration clinic and something clicked. [Learn More]

EPISODE 5

Successfully leaping from paycheck to project work.

Adrienne Gould-Choquette started her mechanical engineering business Adicot, Inc, after she worked at Lucent Technologies. [Learn More]