01 Sep September 1, 2015 – Faith Based Entrepreneurs Darryl Lyons & Live Wealthy Austin Netzley
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Darryl Lyons – Co-founder of Pax Financial Group, Author of Small Business Big Pressure: A Faith-based Approach to Guide the Ambitious Entrepreneur and Financial Advisor
Darryl Lyons is CEO and co-founder of the Pax Financial Group. He has been a licensed professional in the financial services industry since 1999. Throughout his career, he has won awards for recruiting and development from Fortune 100 companies. Darryl also served as the Chairman for the Brooks Development Authority. Shortly after his service, San Antonio Mayor Julian Castro named a park “The Darryl W Lyons Park” in honor of his service. He was named to the 2010 San Antonio Business Journal’s “40 Under 40 Rising Stars,” which honors people making a difference in business and in the community. Today, we discuss his new book about faith based entrepreneurship.
Austin Netzley is an athlete turned engineer, investor, entrepreneur, and author. “Make Money, Live Wealthy” helps the ambitious entrepreneur build the financial foundation and unstoppable mindset necessary to turn their drive into results, build massive wealth and find complete freedom. He started Epic Book Launch to help other get books sold! After having some great success with his own book, he put together some top-notch training and services to help self-published authors get their message into the hands of tens of thousands of people. They have created countless #1 bestsellers and have helped dozens get inside the top 10, including one book at #1 on all of Amazon. He also runs a firm devoted to creating residual income and taking the emotion out of the game. He is a 27-time #1 bestseller in Amazon and has a #1 Rated podcast on iTunes’ Business/Careers/Investing/Self-Help/Health section. He won the Phillips 66 (P66) STAR Award and was an ESPN Academic All-District honoree twice.