Rise of the Innerpreneur

Jesse Barger: June 2013 Innerpreneur Spotlight

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Jesse Barger
Home Medical Equipment Provider & Adviser
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I am:

An insufferably curious recovering conformist.

My passion is for:

Establishing a lifestyle for my family and I which intertwines seamlessly between business, charity, family time, & adventurous endeavors.

My business helps you:

Provide, maintain, and/or restore independence and quality of life for those that have mobility limitations, chronic pain conditions, or other physical issues. We do this by finding the right medical devices for people to assist them, and by repairing, maintaining, and upgrading their existing devices.

My biggest challenge is:

See #2 :>) Probably narrowing down the projects I’d like to get involved with from a business perspective. I’ve found since starting that once you began to creatively problem solve and come up with ideas, it’s actually quite a challenge to shut it down a bit and focus on the action part.

I make a difference by:

The way I go about interacting with people in each job or situation that arises. I’m not a “traditional” artist of any type; can’t carry a tune, draw a straight line, or strum a guitar. My art if you will, is that I feel I do an excellent job of treating each job and client as unique and reading them accurately to see how to best approach their particular problem or challenge. This is really the most important natural skill that I possess.

I have lots of ideas about:

Running a conventional business in unique and non-conventional ways. It’s one thing to be considered unique when you have labels like “digital nomad” or “location independent”. I believe it’s a bit more challenging when you do something more mainstream in a different way.

I’ve learned:

You can’t be everything to everyone. However, you can build networks of responsible service providers to work together with and help people with as many different types of needs within your industry as possible.

“A ship in port is safe, but that’s not what ships are made for….” - Grace Hopper

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