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ML266: Cesar Quintero (Leader)

Cesar Quintero’s purpose is to empower leaders to build a business by design so that they live a life by design. His core values are to Share Vulnerably, Spark Action, Spot individuality, and Spread Passion. 

At age 24, in 2004, Quintero moved to Miami given the economic turmoil in Venezuela to pursue his dream of starting a business and helping others achieve a healthier lifestyle by founding Fit2Go.(The first corporate healthy meal delivery service in Miami). In 2013, Quintero graduated from the MIT Entrepreneurship Masters Program and founded two new companies: RawBar2Go (the first licensed food boats in Florida) and The Profit Recipe, a coaching firm that focuses on empowering entrepreneurs through a journey of focus ON the business and not IN the business by implementing best practices and the Entrepreneurial Operating System (EOS). 

Cesar has been an active Entrepreneurs’ Organization (EO) member for over 10 years and has held multiple volunteer leadership positions at the chapter, regional and global level for the organization.

His passion for teaching and business have also compelled him to get certified as a Trainer for Traction implementation, Why Discoveries, EO Accelerator Program and EO Forum.

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ML271: Jodi Krangle (Voice Actor & Leader)

Jodi Krangle's voiceover journey began with singing —since around the time she started talking. Music has always been a way her family connects. When she was little, her dad would pull out his trusty guitar and her mom would sing to her sister and her at bedtime.Fast forward to 1993. Through gaming (Dungeons and Dragons, to be exact), she was introduced to “Filk” music—the music that’s played at science fiction/fantasy conventions. In 1994, she joined two friends from the fandom world to form an acoustic band called Urban Tapestry. In their time together, they’ve headlined at music conventions in Canada, the U.S., and Europe.Her first voiceover work was in 1995 when she spent a year in a volunteer position with the Canadian National Institute for the Blind (CNIB) creating books on tape. And by tape, she means real “tape.”—reel to reel, baby. Several years later, she took the leap to venture out on her own, and boy, has it been rewarding.Jodi has done voiceover work in the healthcare, corporate, hospitality, political, and non-profit sectors, among others. No matter your specific need, know that she's a reliable partner in your business and she provides super quick turn-arounds – because she knows how fast your business moves. Her number one goal is to make you look good!More Info: Voiceoversandvocals.comSponsors: Master Your Podcast Course: MasterYourSwagFree Coaching Session: Masterleadership.orgSupport Our Show: Click Here