Welcome to the Path To Freedom Podcast! Join host, Wes Barefoot, as he shares his own Journey down his Path To Freedom, while interviewing other successful entrepreneurs, sharing the strategies and tactics they’ve used to take control of their lives, and create FREEDOM for themselves, through business ownership.
If you’re an aspiring entrepreneur, OR an existing business owner, this is the Podcast for you. Learn about a variety of ways in which you can take the first steps to get into business for yourself, or take your business to the next level, all while creating more FREEDOM for yourself!
Check out the latest episodes of the Path To Freedom Podcast here, or search through the archive of episodes, for inspiration, and insight into how YOU can chart your own PATH TO FREEDOM:
- Episode 00: Drop In
This is The Path 2 Freedom Podcast. If you’ve ever dreamed of being your own boss and having facial freedom, then this podcast will help. Franchise consultant Wes Barefoot shares insight about franchising and business ownership while chatting with an array of amazing guests across various industries.
- Episode 02: Thrive…With The Most Interesting Man in The World
Dave Pazgan is the founder and managing partner of Thrive Brands. After the financial crash of 2007 and ’08 Dave lost everything. Through business ownership he became even stronger and freer than he’s ever been. Also, see why Wes thinks Dave might be the most interesting man in the world.
- Episode 02: Cleaning Your Way to Freedom, with Two Maids and a Mop.
The Path to Financial Freedom often takes some weird twists and turns. That was definitely the case for Ron Holt who left a high paying job to start his own cleaning company. But it worked out, and his story is featured on this episode.
- Episode 03: Scaling a Traditionally Unscalable Business…Heather Van Eyk, Shaking up the World of Interior Design
She’s a mother. She’s an entrepreneur. She’s an Interior Designer, a creative, a visionary and a franchiser. Heather Van Eyk can do a lot of things and it’s no coincidence that Northwest Design House has been wildly success. Check this episode out to see why Wes thinks she’s one of the ‘baddest entrepreneurs’ he’s ever met.