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Jan. 12, 2023

E30: We Made it 30 Episodes. Thank you and an Update

E30: We Made it 30 Episodes. Thank you and an Update

If you would have told me a couple years ago that I'd get the opportunity to interview my friends, as well as entrepreneurs from around the world, all about business and branding, I would have told you you're crazy. To think we've recorded...
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If you would have told me a couple years ago that I'd get the opportunity to interview my friends, as well as entrepreneurs from around the world, all about business and branding, I would have told you you're crazy. To think we've recorded 30 episodes and we're just getting started is beyond exciting. Thank you to everyone who has been along for the journey. I can't wait to continue providing value you can use in your life. Also this episode shares a quick update on what we've been up to personally.

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Transcript

What is up Remote Start Nation. I'm Jim Doyon, your host, and I wanna welcome you to another episode of Remote Start. Today, it's a special one, this is episode 30. It means a lot to me. It means a lot to me of everybody who has been listening since day one to all of you who found out about the Remote Start Podcast at a later date and then went back and listened, and for any of you that have reached out to me, thank you so much. It means the world to me, it really does. This is a passion project of mine, it's something that I really hope that I can give value and the people that take their time to interview with me and add their value to the Remote Start Nation, it really is cool to see. So from the bottom of my heart, thank you. Thank you so much for, you know, putting up with some of the earlier episodes and I don't know if I've shared this, but I used to be afraid of, you know, public speaking and you know, even starting this podcast I had I wanted to do it cause I wanna push myself, I wanna make myself, you know, be better at communicating, and I'm really excited about the progress and so I thank all of you who've been along since, you know, for the ride. I'm really excited for future episodes and just the future for the Remote Start Podcast in general. I've had a lot of you listeners reach out to me and or even heard stories through friends that have been on the show that, you know, people have reached out to them and, you know, for a lot of different reasons, some, to start a business, just life in general, so to hear that makes me know that what we're doing is worth it. And so again, thank you. I hope the questions keep coming, I hope, you know, asking for advice or, you know, reaching out to any of the guests that we have on, like this is about a community, this is about, you know, growing your network and finding an opportunity. If you feel like you've connected with some somebody on the show, even myself, please reach out, I'd love to hear from you and I know the guests that I've had on the show would love to hear from you as well. I also want to take this moment to just say how cool it is that I've had the opportunity to interview so many incredible individuals. Some of the people I've had on the show, especially the earlier episodes, like they were my friends, they're my friends that I've known since high school, college, you know, whatever it is. So, it's so cool to be able to take the time, and the people that I've made great connections with throughout my life, to be able to have them on this show and have a conversation about the thing I'm most passionate about in my life and that's about business, and to have that conversation and to have it mean value to others is such an incredible feeling. So to all my friends that, my business colleagues, my friends from high school, college, to all my new friends that I've met from having you on the show, from the cities we've traveled to in the two years that we were on the road to even now, living in Salt Lake and a lot of the entrepreneurs and some of these last shows were from the Salt Lake area. So to be able to connect with you, has been an incredible and very welcoming for me to be new in this city. So Remote Star Nation, thank you and I can promise you things are only gonna continue to get better as I'm feeling more confident and understanding a little bit more how to do this podcast. So bear with me and let's, let's keep growing together.

The last thing, I just wanna give you a quick update. So, as you know, for those of you that have listened since day one, my family and I, we hit the road two years ago, and started traveling the country in an RV. We had an incredible time, the kids got to see 37 different cities or states, I'm sorry, in this incredible country, and to give them that opportunity was something I will always cherish and hold dear to my heart, to hear the kids tell stories now and for us to reflect on some of the experiences that we got to do is something I'll never forget. I started the Remote Start Podcast while I was on the road, and so that's part of the name Remote Start for that reason of, you know, doing what you love and whether it's running a business, starting a business, building your brand, and to be able to do it in a way that is something that's a bucket list item, and to be able to, you know, share that with you, I'm so thankful. But now's a new chapter, and in this podcast, I am still focusing on lifestyle, but more importantly, something I've never really focused on the podcast in the earlier episodes was, or maybe I did and just didn't realize it as much, but is community and it's something I've always been passionate about, it's something that, you know, connecting and bringing people together is something that I do naturally, it's I don't know if it's something for my family or what, but I love it. And so I wanna start focusing more, not just on starting a business, not just on building a brand or lifestyle, but I also, in future episodes, you're gonna hear a lot about, you know, connecting and community and what that means. And so I'm looking forward to, you know, bringing that into the podcast. So I'm in Salt Lake full-time, I just told you about how I traveled the country, still run my agency with my business partner in Michigan and I'm really looking forward to starting a division of the company here in Utah and I'm enjoying mountain biking and snowboarding and everything else this incredible place has to offer. So, Remote Start Nation again, I thank you for being with me for, you know, since the start, and I look forward to having a lot more episodes out and helping in any way I can. So reach out, send me a message if you have anything that you want to hear in future episodes, anything you're really excited about that, you know, could help you in your business journey, let me know. Love to have a guest on that might be able to help or if I can answer the question, I'll might spark an episode. So looking forward to hearing from. With that said, go start something, start today, Remote Start Nation. I'll see you next time.

 

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Jim Doyon

Entrepreneur

My name is Jim Doyon. I'm a father to three awesome kids, husband to an incredible wife and the oldest sibling to a large split family.I'm currently on a mission and I can't wait to share with you. We sold our house back in 2020, and we've been traveling this beautiful country in a 42-foot Travel trailer ever since. We visited 34 states, and are about to embark on our second loop around the country, stopping at some of our favorite spots again, but also getting to see new areas that the US has to offer.We are trying to experience this life to its fullest spending quality time together. I'm running a business and building brands along the road. We've been fortunate enough on this journey to meet new friends, catch up with old friends and family on many of our stops. We love exploring each City from downtown's to the natural resources it has to offer. I'm passionate about mountain biking and it's not only in my way to get out and explore but to exercise, clear my head, think, and strategize.