Tyson A. Rhame “Ty Rhame” Bio

With so many entrepreneurs and influential people in the city of Atlanta, one would think it would be difficult to spot a man like Tyson Allen Rhame, however Tyson Rhame has definitely made his mark in the entrepreneur, military, and philanthropy arenas. Ty Rhame received his background in education from the Air Force Academy in 1988. He went on to pursue a career in the military by serving in the United Stated Air Force, now ranking Lieutenant Colonel. Aside from his dedication to the military he has also illustrated his passion to groom future leaders by his role on the board of directors for the Air Force Academy Endowment Board, where he assist Congressmen in the selection process of cadet being accepted into the Air Force Academy.

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Along with his passion for helping others Tyson Rhame has earned several military awards and also has become an amazing pilot. To date, Ty Rhame has been a pilot for a major US carrier for over 15 years, but only flys part time currently. Tyson A. Rhame has taken his military discipline and training and transmuted those attributes into the foundation for a great entrepreneur and motivator. Ty Rhame is now active duty Air Force Reserves and spends the remainder of his time being an entrepreneur and philanthropist.

Tyson Rhame has quite an impressive business portfolio and resume. One of Ty Rhame’s successful business ventures is a company called Trinvest, LLC. Trinvest, LLC is a real estate investment company that has made major waves in the Atlanta area with its residential and commercial properties. Other businesses that Tyson Rhame owns, co-owns or provides his strategic planning advice to are Sterling Currency Group, the Recleim Group, and SterlingFunders.com.

Sterling Currency Group is based in Atlanta, Ga with local offices for a highly trained staff of professionals. However, Sterling Currency Group is an online based currency exchange company that is extremely lucrative and effective. The Recleim Group is a de-manufacturing company for appliances that has broken barriers and set a higher standard for competitors under the direction of Tyson Rhame.

The Recleim Group utilizes state of the art technology to far exceed the expectations of the Environmental Protection Agency’s standards. His other business endeavor that has given him recognition for his extensive business knowledge and efforts is SterlingFunder.com. SterlingFunder.com is an amazing resource for entrepreneurs because the goal is to connect entrepreneurs who need capital with investors who are willing to put up their own capital for equity in the company, but who also offer expert advice and planning for continued success.

Tyson Rhame also has an online art brokerage called the Online Art Group, a creative idea with the company Uservia, who specializes in connecting homeowners to service professionals who can assist with general home maintenance issues. In addition to these, Ty Rhame is also partial owner of a unique and practical hat company by the name of JBREM. JBREM manufactures hats that cater to consumers such as truck drivers and athletes who wear baseball caps and sun glasses, and often place their sun glasses on their head when not in use. The JBREM hats have pockets that are built in each side to place the arms of sun glasses in to prevent them from falling off the head.

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Tyson Rhame’s business background, entrepreneurship, and strategic planning advice pales in comparison to his philanthropy and community involvement. The core of Ty Rhame’s philanthropy stems from The Rhame Family Foundation. The Rhame Family Foundation an Atlanta based charity, founded by Tyson Rhame which is dedicated to assisting schools and students by enhancing the overall educational experience for our local up and coming leaders. The Rhame Family Foundation has made several much needed donations to area schools such as computers and sports equipment, such as wrestling mats and tennis racquets to K-12 schools in Atlanta in attempt to enhance the overall learning experience and aid in the reward of extracurricular activities to students.

 

Also, Tyson Rhame is extremely passionate about environmental issues, as well as land preservation and uses his passion for the world around him to invest in projects that will make a difference in our livelyhood by making conscious plans to maintain the land in our environment.

Ty Rhame has in recent years donated over 1,000 acres of land totaling over $20 million dollars to the state of Georgia, and also South Carolina and Tennessee for conservation purposes. The majority of the donations made by Ty Rhame were directed to the areas that needed the most funding for assistance. Areas like Union City, GA and Graniteville, SC received the majority of the donated land. The plan of the conservation project was to voluntarily restrict landowners rights to build, mine, or remove trees in the areas mentioned. Last but definitely not least, Tyson Rhame dedicates much of his time and currency to charitable causes.

Tyson Rhame has several business related philanthropy projects that aid in the betterment of many different groups of people. For example, Tyson Rhame has donated over $40,000 to the Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta in order to assist with research studies and various other needs. Ty Rhame has also made substantial contributions to the St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital, and Save the Children.

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Ty Rhame is also involved in community resources such as Meals on Wheels, and numerous military affiliated projects such as Hire Heros, the Wounded Warriors Project, all of which cater to our recently discharged servicemen and women who need assistance once the military is no longer an option.

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Tyson Rhame has created a platform for himself via social media and internet connections to spread his knowledge to the world and assist others in becoming the best leaders they can be. On  Ty Rhame FacebookTy Rhame TwitterTy Rhame YouTubeTyson Rhame TumblrTyson Rhame Blogger, and tyrhame.wordpress.com to display daily informational posts and information needed to become a great leader, a more enlightened person, and successful entrepreneur.

Tyson Rhame On the News:

Sep 12, 2015   – Market Wired – BB&T HQ Acquired for $60 Million

Aug 29, 2015   – PRWeb – Ty Rhame Presents SlideShare on Entrepreneurship

Feb 3, 2015   – metroatlantaceo.com – Atlanta Entrepreneur and Philanthropist’s Pay It Forward Project Yields Big Dividends

Dec 30, 2014   – 11alive.com – Students at GLOBE Academy pay it forward with $20 bills

Dec 24, 2014   – washingtontimes.com – BB&T building in Winston-Salem sells for $60M

Dec 23, 2014   – Charlotte Observer – BB&T headquarters building sold for $60 million

Dec 19, 2014   – PRWeb – Ty Rhame Joins The United States Air Force Academy Endowment Board

Sep 18, 2013   – aviation-business-gazette.com – FAA recognizes Tyson Allen Rhame

Aug 28, 2007   – New York Times (NYT) – Best Choices to Be Stranded: Syracuse, Albany, Pepperoni

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Plan for failure

Things won’t always go smoothly in your business. Keeping your business options open means understanding this fact and having a Plan B for dealing with failures before you need to use it. An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure, they say.

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Music has been proven to be an important component of a balanced education. Unfortunately, many public schools are cutting back on their music and arts budgets. The Rhame Family Foundation is pleased to step in and support arts and music programs through our grants.

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I call this stick-to-itiveness and the importance of keeping your eyes on the prize.

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Acro: Can’t Find My Way Home

Acro: Can’t Find My Way Home from TyRhame on Vimeo.

It was an amazing flight in an indescribable aerial wonderland. The cloud canals and tunnels were everywhere. I truly wish everyone from every country in the world could have experienced firsthand what I felt in the cockpit that day. To have shared that peaceful away-from-this-earth experience would have brought commonality and bonding to even the most jaded and diametrically opposed people in the world. A smile still burns in my brain when I think about it. I hope anyone who watches this video can at least get a taste of what I felt that day. And yes, there was beautiful music playing throughout the entire flight.

Thanks,

Ty Rhame

Top 5 Personal Traits of a Successful Entrepreneur

Let’s face it. Almost everyone wants to be their own boss. This can be attributed to many things, the most notable being the freedom that comes with employing yourself. You also have a higher chance of gaining financial freedom as an entrepreneur compared to an employee. It’s important to realize that it takes some unique personal traits to become a successful entrepreneur. Out of the many traits of a successful entrepreneur, there are some that have been tested and proven to be best. Here is my list of the 5 top personal traits of a successful entrepreneur.

1. Self discipline: This is by far one of the most important – if not the most important – personal traits of a successful entrepreneur. Contrary to popular belief, you need to have more self discipline when you are self employed. Most people who are employed want to be self employed so that they can do what they want when they want to do it. This is pretty much the worst mindset to have if you aspire to be a successful entrepreneur. Self discipline is a crucial personal trait because it ensures that you’ll do whatever you have to regardless of what else is going on in your life.

2. Frugality: This is another important trait because of the nature of entrepreneurship. Since most new businesses are faced by financial problems more than any other problems, you need to be naturally conscious about how you spend money or you will run into financial problems in no time. Being naturally frugal will help you cut down on unnecessary spending, which translates into more money going into the business. Frugality also helps you make the best use of the financial resources you have in the most crucial stage of business, which is when the business hasn’t started generating income.

3. Integrity: To be a successful entrepreneur, you also need to be a person of integrity. People need to trust you in order to do business with you. Your clients need to trust you to recommend you to others. The most successful businesses are built by repeat customers and one of the best ways of getting repeat customers is through integrity. If your customers know they will never be ripped off when they deal with you, you don’t have to worry about some of the other  problems that can cripple new businesses.

4. Self motivation: The best entrepreneurs are very self motivated people. If you need to be pushed to do things, you shouldn’t consider entrepreneurship. Successful entrepreneurs are proactive people who have a vision backed by actions. They are willing to go through hard times that are a natural part of the  start-up process. Without being self motivated, you can’t expect to run a successful business in the long-term.

5. Good communication skills: Communication is a critical component of all business processes. It is therefore essential for a person to have good communication skills if they plan to run a successful business. If you don’t have good communication skills, you need to work on that in order to communicate effectively with your clients and employees.

What do you think? What do you think an entrepreneur needs to be successful?

A graduate of the U.S. Air Force Academy, entrepreneur Tyson Rhame served in the USAF during the Iraq war, achieving the rank of Lt. Colonel. Rhame credits his military background with giving him the skills he needed to become the successful businessman he is today. He is owner or partner in a diverse portfolio of businesses and continues to seek new opportunities for investment. Rhame is also committed to philanthropy and established the Rhame Family Foundation in 2012 to enrich the educational experience of k-12 students in Atlanta public schools.