Well, that was fun! We hope you’ve enjoyed the Chad & Cheese podcast as much as our CEO Rahkeem enjoyed being interviewed for it. Check out all five episodes of this limited edition “Voices” series and let us know what you think.
Haven’t been following along? Here is a quick intro to each episode to get you up to speed, and you can check out the full podcast here:
Episode 1 :
Do you believe your childhood was difficult? Well, think again. In this episode, we have a virtual chat with Rahkeem Morris, the CEO and founder of HourWork, who joins us from downtown Boston. Rahkeem shares with us his childhood experiences, which challenged and tested him, ultimately shaping him into the successful man and leader he is today. This journey is both humbling and inspiring, and definitely worth listening to. No spoilers though!
Prepare to gain a fresh perspective on Taco Bell. In this episode, we continue our conversation with HourWork’s CEO and founder, Rahkeem Morris, as he shares his experiences of working demanding hourly jobs while attending an Ivy League school. This journey proved to be rewarding, eventually leading him to secure a position at one of Silicon Valley’s most esteemed companies. Tune in and enjoy.
Have you ever imagined being in charge of managing more than $1 billion in corporate expenses, especially in your mid-twenties, and for a renowned Silicon Valley giant? Well, in this episode, we catch up with Rahkeem Morris, the CEO, and founder of HourWork, as he shares his experience of doing just that. We also delve into the early days of his entrepreneurial journey, which paved the way for even greater accomplishments. Brace yourself for yet another inspiring podcast that will leave you eagerly anticipating the next one.
We often hear about the inception of companies secondhand, but in this episode, you have the opportunity to hear it straight from the mouth of a co-founder. Rahkeem Morris, the CEO and founder of HourWork, shares his experience of participating in a startup competition that led them to secure their seed round. He also talks about the challenges they faced during the pandemic and the changes they had to make to their strategy. Brace yourself for a rollercoaster of emotions; you may laugh or even shed a tear, but one thing is for sure – you won’t want to miss the final episode. Enjoy the show!
Episode 5 :
From a name change to another pivot, HourWork caught a wave that resulted in nearly 10,000 clients signing up. Additionally, more investments poured in, and our friend Rahkeem Morris shares his experience of being a black man raising funds for his startup. All these events led to the birth of HourWork, the company as we know it today, with a vision that’s making them one of the hottest names in the industry. This finale, part of The Chad & Cheese Podcast’s Voices series, may not be as thrilling as Breaking Bad or The Sopranos, but it’s truly remarkable, even though I may be a bit biased. Until next time, I’m co-host Joel Cheesman, and this is more of our interview with Rahkeem Morris, the CEO and founder of HourWork.
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