Joseph Warren - First $100KJoseph Warren

First $100K™ and Broken Catholic™

 

Joseph Warren is the host of 2 podcasts: First $100K™ and Broken Catholic™. He’s also the owner of 2 coworking spaces in Tampa, FL where he coaches hundreds of entrepreneurs to make their first $100K… or next. His clients include small businesses and enterprise companies such as UBER, CISCO, INTEL, FedEx and many more.

Joseph is a 10x failed entrepreneur, and freely shares his sometimes embarrassing stories of being a Christian entrepreneur and “recovering atheist.”

Podcast Topics: First 100K™ is a weekly Business Podcast where Joseph Warren chats with successful entrepreneurs about HOW THEY MADE THEIR FIRST ONE-HUNDRED-THOUSAND-DOLLARS. First 100K™ was created for the entrepreneur, mom-preneur, side-preneur, or small business owner who is hustling to make their first $100K… or next.

Ideal Guest Avatar: 

You’re an entrepreneur.
You’ve already made your first $100K… or next.
You understand the “mental game of entrepreneurship”.

What are you looking for in a guest?

You’re not ashamed of your mistakes.
You’re willing to be vulnerable and transparent.
You’d like to share your personal story including your mistakes, fears, and brokenness as an entrepreneur.

Best advice to offer those looking at being a podcast guest:

Be authentic.
Don’t try to look good.
Share your mess, that’s your power.

Podcast Topics Broken Catholic™ is a weekly Religion & Spirituality Podcast where Joseph Warren chats with Catholics, Protestants, ATHEISTS & Agnostics about WHY THE WORLD ISN’T WORKING RIGHT NOW—– and tackles unspeakable topics that many people secretly struggle with but won’t admit.
Ideal Guest Avatar You’re a Christian or non-Christian.
You’ve been through traumatic events in your life.
You’re ready and unashamed to share your personal story.
What are you looking for in a guest? You’re not ashamed of your mistakes.
You’re willing to be vulnerable and transparent.
You’d like to share your personal story including your mistakes, fears, and brokenness.
Best advice to offer those looking at being a podcast guest Be authentic.
Don’t try to look good.
Share your mess, that’s your power.