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In his arresting book The Coming Jobs War, Jim Clifton the former CEO of Gallup said, “If the image of free enterprise and entrepreneurship is going up among your youth, you will experience job creation. If it is trending down, may God be with you.” He went on to say, “entrepreneurialism is more important than innovation.” As good as any innovative idea is, it is having the vision, the courage and the persistence to bring that idea to market that changes lives and creates jobs. Trep is dedicated to this purpose, to help people everywhere, “create freedom through ethical capitalism.”


Florida TREP

There is a word for what happens when vision is linked to a plan and an unwavering commitment. It is “enTREPreneurialism.” These daring starters – or TREPs – move ideas from university laboratories or coffee shops into vibrant scalable businesses. They find the people and link them together into dream teams that bring the unheard of into everyday use. They are the ones who are able to move from asking, “Why?” to asking, “Why not?”


They are the initiators, the networkers, the trendsetters and the trend-seers, who move disruptive technologies and approaches into the marketplace and thus change the world. TREPs are the best hope for a brighter, more promising future, and for solving today’s problems as well as tomorrow’s.


The purpose of Florida TREP is to celebrate, educate and elevate the growing enTREPreneurial ecosystem in the state of Florida and the organizations dedicated to seeing it flourish.


Dogs Don’t Bark at Parked Cars

Dogs only chase moving objects. If you aspire to invest your life in a noble goal; you will experience barking dogs. But you do not have to stop the car for them.


Drawing from a life time of entrepreneurial experiences and relationships with some of today’s most dynamic business leaders, Jeff Piersall and Eric Wright have identified 10 core principles that are the blocking and tackling of a successful life. Delivered in an engaging and narrative style, Dogs Don’t Bark at Parked Cars inspires and challenges you with timeless and worthy wisdom.