Tim Wambach and Mike Berkson find themselves back in the studio. You know what that means, time for the G.I.M.P. Show Podcast! Brace yourself too as guest Stevie Hopkins brings his “mood of awesomeness” to the airwaves. While you could introduce Stevie by describing him as 3E Love Co-Founder, Tim certainly provides a much more complete introduction. In fact the introduction gives Stevie flashbacks to the late great Casey Kasem. High praise indeed!
Learn the origins behind 3E Love, from an idea Stevie even wrote off as crazy to a company currently with 15 employees, customers in all 50 states, and also 31 countries! Such progress sadly comes at a cost. Stevie tells about the family tragedy that served as his motivation. His story will move you so make sure to listen.
If you wonder how an entrepreneur with a thriving company like 3E Love operates on a daily basis, clicking the play button will cater to your curiosity. Stevie’s insights just might surprise you. Fittingly given the miles both Stevie and your lovely G.I.M.P. Show hosts collected over the years travel arose as another topic. Stevie admits a lacking confidence to travel internationally. Perhaps he could benefit from past guest Tarita Davenock’s wisdom.
Speaking about beneficial wisdom listeners will surely find themselves enriched by listening to today’s episode. You especially will want to hear the three principles Stevie lists as instrumental to living a loving life, the same three principles 3E Love remains built on. Plus Stevie talks International Day of Acceptance, 3E Love’s ultimate goal, and his craziest 3E Love story. Naturally the latter features an aspiring adult film star. No worries, the guys keep everything PG-13.
After you listen make sure to check out Stevie at 3elove.com or on Facebook . Contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org. See dayofacceptance.com to find out how you can get involved in next year’s International Day of Acceptance.
Finally, show Tim and Mike some love by taking a look around their website. You might just decide they’re perfect to speak, motivate, and simply entertain at your school or organization’s next event.