Podcast: Chip Franks

By Oct 12, 2017 December 2nd, 2017 No Comments

Chip Frank started in business in 1998 in the Real Estate industry as a Broker.

Chip sold the Real Estate MarketPlace in March of 2017 to follow, “His Hero’s Journey,” and concentrate on Joe Volunteer, a philanthropic company he started with Joe Polish that helps people spread kindness to others using an app that’s like an Uber for Volunteers.

In today’s episode, Chip shares his stories how his Real Estate and Joe Volunteer Business started and progressed which includes his life lessons which hopefully will help you not make similar mistakes in business and life.

“If you do something kind for someone else and don’t tell anyone about it that is just a quiet satisfaction that sits on your soul. And that is wonderful thing to have.” – Chip Franks

Some topics that were discussed include:

  • Chip’s Real Estate office journey – From Broker to Joe Volunteer
  • Why he wrote a book to his kids
  • The process and work involved setting up organizations and apps for JoeVolunteer
  • Why JoeVolunteer, will revolutionize charity
  • How JoeVolunteer works
  • “With genius comes a little bit of madness
  • Riding the wave of Entrepreneurship
  • “You paid me a tremendous amount of compliment
  • Why the Bow and Arrow is important
  • The Chip Franks Method
  • Why how you see the world is how you see yourself
  • Always start small and it’ll get better
  • Piece of advice for Entrepreneurs
  • And so much More…

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