105: Cauveé | Founder of Cauveé LLC

Cauveé helps people live inspired and fulfilled. They are disrupting the entrepreneur world by using MotivationMusic™

Name: Cauveé [kaw-vay] (or call-vay)

Instagram Handle: @Cauvee

Name of Business: Cauvee LLC

Website: www.cauvee.com

Personal Facebook Link: www.facebook.com/cauvee

September 8, 2017 27 Mins Download (MP3)

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01:32 Imagine you just had the best day of your life. Where are you going to eat, and what are you eating in order to make your day complete?
02:51 Tell us about yourself. Who are you, and what is your story?
04:41 You mentioned that you like music and like incorporating it into your passion. Could you define your passion for us?
05:43 Define motivational music for us – What does it sound like, what is it like and what is it all about?
06:13 How would you say that your music differs from what’s currently out there?
07:37 Who are some artists that you listen to, or get some kind of inspiration from?
09:04 You’re creating this new style of music; has it been a difficult process?
12:01 You mentioned being outside the box; has that been a consistent theme in your life. Like, always trying to be different and setting yourself from the crowd?
15:02 How have you positioned yourself as a thought leader? What has worked for you?
17:53 Are there any habits that have helped you become more efficient and productive throughout your day?
20:45 Are there any forms of technology that you use that you just can’t live without?
21:31 We’ve been talking about music for some time now – Do you have that one instrument that you can call your own?
23:07 What are 3 pieces of advice that you could share with an entrepreneur who’s stuck in a rut?

Number one would be to surround yourself with phenomenal people; in other words, network. In my words: Birds of a feather, fly high together. You can use that network in order to bring additional value to your clients; that will take you so far. Secondly, sometimes it will take expertise and wisdom that you don’t have. Therefore, you’ll want to have a board of mentors or coaches that have the expertise in, and even out, of your industry. As for number 3, I would say that patience is a process. It’s a process of pain, it’s a development journey. You would need to be comfortable with knowing that there will be times you will cry. There will be times in which you are triumphant, times in which you will hurt, wins and losses. You will need to be full cognizant of those things.