Dennis Langlais hosts two podcasts on iTunes: Made in America and Five Minute Bark. As I saw his podcast rapidly climbing to the top of the self-help chart on iTunes, I reached out to him. At Earning Freedom, many people in our audience are in prison. They need inspiration and hope. People who’ve endured reversals of fortune serve as role models. I knew that Dennis could offer value.
He launched both of his podcasts to inspire people with his story. Dennis enjoyed early success as a professional BMX writer. Global corporations like Pepsi sponsored him to ride his bicycle in countries around the world. Dennis leveraged his fame to host empowering seminars for high schools, and he built a business that generated hundreds of thousands of dollars in annual revenues. Proceeds from the sale of that business resulted in his having sufficient income to launch several new businesses.
Unfortunately, those new business ventures did not succeed as well as his seminar business. After three disappointing endeavors, Dennis spoke about how he intended to build his new business. It’s an online personal accountability venture that will allow him to inspire other people to achieve their highest potential. He is a goal-driven achiever and he feels strongest when he is helping other people achieve their goals. With the Made in America and Five Minute Bark podcasts, Dennis is reaching people in dozens of countries. He intends to continue contributing to the better of mankind, grateful for every opportunity.
Those who want to learn more about Dennis’ work should visit his podcast or connect with him through Facebook or subscribe to his show Made in America and Five Minute Bark on iTunes.