Jeremy Choi

I’m a husband, father, entrepreneur, mentor, and an irredeemable golf addict. Possibly like you, my big hairy audacious goal (vision) is to make a positive dent in this world. I write about creating better leaders, workers, and people. I also write about my experiences in all aspects of my life. These ideas are my experiences living & learning through my own core values; integrity, authenticity, leadership, inspire, and health.

What Are Weekends?


Business owners, especially when they are running a very young company, tend to work whenever they can. For some, this is seen as a vital component of a successful entrepreneur. One of the most common times that owners tend to miss is weekends, as they work their way through them to get ahead for the week. I tend to use Saturday and Sunday as focus days because those days I typically have least...

Finding Rockstars For Your Organization


There are many things a business can’t live without. One of them is a strong team. Hiring the right people for your business is important. If you get your recruitment strategy right you can reduce costs, increase capacity and ensure that work is completed with your business’ unique branding in mind. One of the best ways that costs can be reduced is by hiring the rockstar employees that will stay...

5 Things They Don’t Tell you About Becoming an Entrepreneur


Being an entrepreneur isn’t an easy ride and whatever people have told you about starting your own business – they’re sure to have missed something out. If you want to be successful within business you have to take the rough with the smooth and know where to place your valuable, but limited, resources. To do this, you should know a few things about being an entrepreneur. Here’s what...

10 Tips On Creating And Delivering Powerful Presentations


A good presentation is more than just a speech. Steve Jobs was arguably one of the best presenters who ever graced the stage. His presentations were highly inspiring and every one of his speeches received a standing ovation from his audience. The secret behind his success was a series of steps he routinely followed. Here are those 10 steps that have also helped my performance in my presentations...

2015 Entrepreneurs’ Organization Global Marketing & Communications Leadership Award


Thank you to Vivek, president of EO Punjab for capturing this moment. Feel honored to be recognized at the Global Leadership Conference among 1200+ EO Leaders. #EONation #All-in. Posted on Tuesday, May 5, 2015 About Entrepreneurs’ Organization (EO) EO is the only global network exclusively for entrepreneurs. EO helps leading entrepreneurs learn and grow through peer-to-peer learning, once...

Relentless Preparations


I was on vacation in New York City when I received a phone call from one of my business partners. “J, our servers are down.” My heart dropped. How could it be that during the one weekend I decided to take a short vacation, shit happened? I immediately called iWeb and filed a ticket. As the iWeb team examined the issue we started getting phone calls and emails from our clients. Three hours later...

Communication Shortcuts Kill Relationships


Let me share a little story… A client had sent me a very unhappy e-mail. I spent the next three to four hours drafting up what I thought was a very constructive, political and positive response. A few hours later, I got another unhappy e-mail. This went on for about 3 more e-mails. Sound familiar? I was confused by the tone of my client’s e-mail and I decided to pick up the phone and just...

7 Habits To Help Manage Your Network


She left me. No warning. Not even a goodbye. Poof! Gone. She had always bragged about how great I was to everyone she knew. Lots of referrals too. She was a client of mine, and one day, she decided to take her business elsewhere. No matter how great our work is, relationships fuel the very foundation of business. I recognized the importance of developing good business relationships early on in my...