In Layman’s Terms is my podcast designed to helping you break through comfort zones, shorten the learning curve and succeed in business through the power of your relationships. You’ll hear top CEO’s, entrepreneurs, thought leaders and experts share their strategies, mindset and specific how to’s you can apply to your business and life.

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Joyce Layman - February 1, 2016

Episode 1 - Pure Pursuit

Episode 1 features Glen Dakan, a Navy pilot turned tech startup entrepreneur. Glen took his frustration of attempting to purchase a BMW M5 from multiple states away and turned it into a business model with the launch of Pure Pursuit, a dealership catering to sub-exotic car enthusiasts. Glen knew his technology platform made his dealership unique, but there was just one problem, he had no experience in the automobile industry. Even though he’d been shot at while flying missions, every step to launching his dealership was pushing a comfort zone. You’ll learn his challenges, lessons learned and how you can apply them to your business.

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