Market Reconnection Podcast – Mens/Womens Organic Raglan Sweatshirt
From being bullied all through high school, struggling with self-esteem, self-confidence, and disbelief to building and scaling 6, 7, & 8 figure businesses. My name is Ivan Temelkov aka ”The Humanizer”, a lifelong learner, leader, disruptor in entrepreneurship/marketing, husband, and a father.
On Market Reconnection I talk about all the things that I’ve learned about entrepreneurship, business, marketing, and humanizing just about everything in order to help you dominate in modern business.
This podcast is for the 7 figure business owner that feels like they’re losing touch with the market and want to grow their audience and business but aren’t sure how to reconnect and are scared of competitors putting them out of business. You will learn what it takes to humanize your business, reconnect with the market, engage your audience, grow revenue, and keep your competitors guessing infinitely.
I share all the secrets, proven tactics, and strategies utilized in my 20+ years collective experience. This includes successes and failures to help you keep cultivating and dominating using a human-centric approach in modern business.
To do list: feel comfy and look stylish at the same time. Mark both tasks as done with the unisex organic raglan sweatshirt. Its brushed fleece lining will make you feel like you’re being hugged by a cloud of softness . . . and the 100% cotton exterior will ensure a smooth feel on the outside.
• 100% organic cotton exterior
• Charcoal Melange’s exterior is 60% organic cotton, 40% recycled polyester
• 80% organic cotton, 20% recycled polyester interior
• 97% organic cotton, 3% elastane ribs
• Fabric weight: 8.3 oz/yd² (280 g/m²)
• Fabric weight for Charcoal Melange: 10.3 oz/yd² (348 g/m²)
• Raglan sleeves
• Neck tape
• Brushed fleece lining
• 2 × 2 ribbed cuffs, collar, and hem
• Blank product sourced from Pakistan
This product is made especially for you as soon as you place an order, which is why it takes us a bit longer to deliver it to you. Making products on demand instead of in bulk helps reduce overproduction, so thank you for making thoughtful purchasing decisions!