Episode 6: Interview with Rick Rowan, CEO and Founder of NuroKor BioElectronics
“BE A DISRUPTOR. DON’T BE AFRAID TO GO TOE TO TOE WITH THE GIANTS IN YOUR INDUSTRY”
Rick Rowan is an entrepreneur on a mission – to help more people live a life without pain as he once did.
His personal experience with bioelectrical medicine to manage chronic back pain created a curiosity around what could be done to help more people manage pain more effectively and this interview is around his journey to founding tech start-up NuroKor and bringing it to where it is today.
Rick explains what BioElectrical medicine is, the many benefits involved and how he used his curiosity to start a business and bring a product to market.
Curious Fact: The ancient Egyptians used to use electric fish for treating pain!
3 Key Takeaways:
- Pain is a global epidemic that impacts millions of lives on a daily basis – and not just the lives of those suffering from the pain either.
- If you are dedicated to solving a problem and committed to learning as much as you can and believe in it then you can make it happen.
- Don’t compare yourself to others and focus on making your own improvements.
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Rick has also kindly offered listeners of the podcast a 10% discount off any NuroKor product – just use the code: COACHW10 or click here to buy direct
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