Playing The Long Game With Jay Reid
February 26, 2022
Hosted by Will Roundtree
Comedian Jay Reid joins us today for the 13th episode of the Full Time CEO Podcast to discuss his show Comedy and Cocktails, his standup comedy roots, his run on Who's Got Jokes?, his father’s influence on his character and career, the inner workings of the comedy business, his current endeavors and more. He will also be releasing a new comedy special that will be airing on the Dry Bar Network called “That Don’t Go Together” in March. Make sure you stay tuned!
Full Time CEO: The Sh!t They Don’t Tell You
New Shows Available on VoiceAmerica Variety Channel and HarlemAmerica Digital Network
You've seen the mansions. You've seen the cars. You've seen the private jets. But you've been sold a lie. Entrepreneurship isn't all glitz and glam. There's a dark side that no one seems to acknowledge or talk about, pitfalls that chew up wantrepreneurs and spit them out by the thousands every day leaving them bankrupt, defeated and broken.
Luckily, serial entrepreneur and host Will Roundtree is here to offer wisdom and guidance in navigating the turbulent waters of being a real world Full Time CEO. Tune in as he engages in long form discussion with other high-performance entrepreneurs to find out what shaped their success and how they triumphantly emerged from the dark side of entrepreneurship. Welcome to Full Time CEO: The Sh!t They Don't Tell You. Listen for new shows on HarlemAmerica and the VoiceAmerica Variety Channel.
From homeless to millionaire, Will Roundtree has established himself as a staple in the real estate investment sector. His expertise has garnered him recognition among his peers and those in his community. As the founder and top-grossing principal at WE Management Services. Roundtree has helped over 3,500 small to medium-sized businesses get access to over 300 million dollars in business funding during a 24 month period. In 2005, he left his hometown of Milwaukee, Wisconsin with a borrowed 500 dollars, and headed towards Las Vegas. Once there, Roundtree found the ruthless realities of living without a financial plan and imperfect credit. His applications were denied for housing, and this left him homeless and living out of his car.
Roundtree was inspired to diligently educate himself on personal finance and credit. He would walk into libraries and read books about consumer credit laws, standard operating procedures, regulations and economics. Eventually, this led him to become a FICO Certified Consultant. In this role, Roundtree has helped numerous families successfully restore credit, obtain financial freedom and become flourishing homeowners and entrepreneurs. More than a decade later, Roundtree tours the country as a notable financial advisor, author, motivational speaker, mentor, community organizer, real estate investor and wealth builder. Just recently, he completed a nationwide tour headlining his innovative Cocktails and Credit seminars.