Christy Ogle Franchise CEO | Business Conversations with Ed Pisani Jr.

 

Christy Ogle – Franchise Start Up CEO | Business Conversations with Ed Pisani Jr.

I had the pleasure of getting to know this successful entreprenuer – Christy Ogle Franchise CEO. She and husband started a home cleaning / handyman business that very profitable in Waco Texas.

Christy & Max Ogle have are building an empire together, one brick at a time. Christy & Max focus on putting family first, that is what they are obsessed about. Can you believe that Christy & Max are two of the founders of a wildly 5 successful business, Sometimes Spouse, Jennyism of the Day, Christy & Max’s Consulting, Sometimes Partners and Sometimes Love in Waco, TX. Max & Christy believe in helping others to be successful in their own personal lives, as well as in business lives and beyond.

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Christy and her business partners decided to franchise the business and take it to the next level.  Since then, numerous franchisees have joined her franchise and she is proud to watch the franchise grow.  Not only is she successul in business but she has proud to have earned more time with her family.  She believes in putting family first and her values during our conversation has clearly shown that.

Get to know more about Christy Ogle Franchise CEO that was a guest on Business Conversations with Ed Pisani Jr.

Christy Ogle was born in Springfield, Missouri, the oldest of two children. She graduated from Fort Scott Community College, with an Associates of Science. Christy then attended College of the Ozarks, where she worked her way thru college @ Hard Work U. While working three jobs she earned a Bachelors of Science degree, with a major in Psychology. During college, she met ‘the one’ and later married to her college sweetheart Max Ogle, they have been together for over 20 years. She is the mother of three children.

Christy moved from Missouri in 2007, and found her home in Texas 13 years ago. Prior to this, Christy was a domestic engineer for 10 years, and then began passionately advocating for those with intellectual disabilities, for over eight years. Did you know, Christy was the statewide coordinator for a planning process for individuals with developmental disabilities for 4 years? Yes it is true – she had a vast wealth of business experience prior to becoming an entreprenuer.

Christy is the co-founder and CEO of 5 different companies. Mrs. Ogle’s biggest company is Sometimes Spouse, which she is the co-founder, and their are multiple franchises throughout 5 different states. Her husband and herself are a supporters of many charities all over the country. Recently, she is also the co-founder of Sometimes Love, a non-profit that helps those diagnosed with Cancer to get help around the house. As community minded business owner, Christy is dedicated to helping others, and putting family first. Plus, Christy enjoys spending time with her family camping, traveling, hiking, helping others and SUPing in her free time. So what is Christy’s number 1 priority in life is to put family first, and help other families to put their family first.

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My Interview with Darlisa Diltz – Managing Director of a Successful Enterprenuership Center

My Interview with Darlisa Diltz – Managing Director of a Successful Enterprenuership Center

My Interview with Darlisa Diltz – Managing Director of a Successful Enterprenuership Center, during this episode, I dive into how a Texan native started an economic revolution in north Texas. Her education and training offers services to help entreprenuers. It was established as the first minority owned Entrepreneur Center in North Texas. It is called the North Texas Entreprenuer Education and Training Center and it is an education and training facility designed with early stage entrepreneurs in mind.  Her organization provides entrepreneurs an opportunity to come and establish their business value right out of the gate. As a network of business professionals, we are seasoned in growing and developing aspiring entrepreneurs from many stages in the business cycle.

Learn More about  – DARLISA DILTZ, Managing Director – my guest on Business Conversations with Ed Pisani Jr

“When it’s all said and done….the growth of those around me determine my measure of success.”

She is a Master Millennial, Speaker, Innovator,  and Influential Business Strategist! Best known in the community for strategic planning, business development strategies, and professional empowerment, Darlisa has blazed the trail of entrepreneurship with passion and force. Educated with bachelors in Marketing Management, Master’s in Business Administration and a Master’s of Science and Information Technology, she has used her knowledge to educate, empower, and encourage the lives of many individuals looking to make entrepreneurship a reality.

​Darlisa has worked with over 600 aspiring and seasoned business owners….helping them to perfect their passion as an Entrepreneur or to determine that Entrepreneurship was not right fit for them. In 2013, she started a youth program called the Youth Entrepreneurs Platform, which was the only independent curriculum-based youth entrepreneurship in the St. Louis market outside of Junior Achievement. In 2016, with a family move to the DFW area, she hit the ground running getting entrenched in the DFW Entrepreneur ecosystem. and has been blazing trails ever since.

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​The guest of Business Conversations with Ed Pisani Jr – Darlisa Diltz has many recent accomplishments:

– Featured in the Dallas Business Journal
– Helped to secure over 13M in capital investment funding
– Named Chair of the Dallas Entrepreneur Centers Ambassador Program
– Worked with the Collin SBDC to develop a Millennial-focused program to increase resource sharing opportunities
– Recruited to work with a New Orleans based company to develop a Millennial-focused business conference in partnership with America’s SBDC
– Recognized in Voyage Magazine as a Trail Blazer among DFW Influencers
– Nominated as the Startup Evangelist of the Year for the DFW State of Entrepreneurship

​As a measure of her heart and dedication to entrepreneurship, in November of 2018, she opened and independently funded the 1st African American owned Business Resource Center in the DFW community. As a privately funded organization, her center works to ensure a focus on educating and training Entrepreneurs on the practical foundations of entrepreneurship. They service business owners from any stage in the process. As a personal preference, Darlisa loves to provide resources to the underserved, under-serviced and micro-enterprise entities. It is her personal goal to partner with local business owners and organizations to grow the Entrepreneur ecosystem in Northeast Tarrant County.

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