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Episode Summary:

In today’s episode of Cup of Confidence, we are joined by Sean Rosenboim, the CEO and founder of Podabook, a podcast agency. Erin and Sean discuss how loss in their early lives molded them into the successful entrepreneurs they are today. Sean talks about his struggle learning to communicate with people, and how he grew as a young adult building a business. He also touches on how building people's podcasts allows him to help share their stories, and inspire people to grow, both personally and in their businesses. Sean shows a personal side to growing your business that will inspire you in so many ways. Tune in today! 

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Guest Bio:

Sean was always taught, from the day he was born, to follow his heart. When he lost his grandfather at the age of 12 he started stuttering and mumbling. He lost his confidence and self-esteem but managed to find it over the years. His parents got a divorce around the time Sean signed for the military. This took a toll on Sean but again he was able to follow his heart and strived to be successful. Then he started his entrepreneurial journey, and today he has a successful business he is really proud of.

Guest Links: 

Instagram: www.instagram.com/seanrosenboim

Website: www.podabook.com

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8/5/202132 min

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