The Benefit of Hindsight | Inspiring Aspiring Entrepreneurs

If you've ever thought about starting a business, this is the show for you. Each week, host Aaron Bushell interviews entrepreneurs and small business owners who left the 9-5 and went to work for themselves and asks, looking back with the benefit of hindsight, what went right and what would they have done differently.
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May 27, 2015

In this episode of The Benefit of Hindsight, I sit down with Patricia Hoover, owner of Great Image Patricia Hoover HeadshotDesigns and we talk about how she purchased her business, how she became NCAA licensed to design and sell Wichita State University apparel and what she would have done differently.   If you have ever considered buying an existing business, Patricia’s story will have some great advice for you.

Follow Great Image Designs on Facebook at Great Image Designs Facebook Page.

Great Image Designs StorefrontOr visit their storefront located in downtown Wichita, KS at:

433 N. Washington St
Wichita, KS
Near the corner of Central and Washington.

May 20, 2015

In this episode of The Benefit of Hindsight, we talk to Mandy Berkley, owner of Swept Away Massage and former owner of Mickey’s Frozen Yogurt.  Mandy is actually going to talk today about her yogurt shop, which closed in 2014.  Why did she decide to open a yogurt shop? How did she figure out all of the complexities involved in starting a retail business?  How did she know it was time to think about shutting the business down?  Many pulls no punches and gives great advice to anyone else who has ever considered starting a frozen yogurt shop.


Mandy’s story is one that every business owner or inspiring entrepreneur should hear because it could literally save your business.


Visit Mandy’s Facebook page at

May 13, 2015

This week, I talk to Mike Seybert, owner of Radical Bubbles Ultrasonic Blind Cleaning.  Mike talks about how he was forced out of the rat race by being laid off but instead of jumping back in and finding another job, he and his wife decided to strike out on their own and started a business instead.  Mike’s story should resonate with a lot of people, if you've ever been laid off, worried about losing your income or just wanted to get out of your 9 to 5 to start your own business.

Follow Mike on Twitter at @RadicalBubbles

Check out his Facebook Page at Radical Bubbles Facebook Page.

If you’re interested in hiring Radical Bubbles to clean your blinds, you can contact them at 316-204-4694 or on their website at

May 8, 2015

The Benefit of Hindsight Podcast

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Liz Anderson

In the very first episode of The Benefit of Hindsight Podcast, I interview Liz Anderson of PostNet Wichita. We discuss how she and her husband decided to open a PostNet franchise and what they have learned along the way.

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