In this episode, Mike talks with Justin Rohner about entrepreneurship, mindset and gardening. Justin is the Founder and CEO of Agriscaping Technologies and Director of the Queen Creek Botanical Garden.
- From an entrepreneurial aspect, where does creativity come into play?
- What questions do you use to drive curiosity?
- Should there always be balance?
- Are mindset and perspective critical?
- How do we avoid negative traps?
- Why do we fear talking about mistakes or sharing failure with others?
- Without creativity, the unknowns become scary and will scare you away from doing anything.
- Curiosity is the best pathway to creativity.
- Ask, “how do we serve people in the present moment.”
- Emotions are great indicators
- How can I use this emotion? What is it showing me?
- Energy is always good. It’s just a matter of how you direct it.
- Once we are aware that we are on a ladder somewhere, we can choose to jump up the ladder and re-address the situation.
- We are combining the best of productive agriculture with the best of ornamental landscape.
- A victim blames, an owner creates.
- Find community events that connect entrepreneurs
- The nature of a strong economy is expansion.
- Move forward with the concept of service to others
- The more people you serve more often, the more wealth you have.
- Ask the right questions, move things forward.
Queen Creek Botanical Garden
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