Ep.246 ~ Platforms that Suck and Building a Better One ~ Wyatt Jozwowski

Subscribe to our podcast on iTunes “Making people productive, what matters is their off time, just as much as their on time.” Wyatt Jozwowski Have you ever used a platform that is bottom line insufficient?  You try another and another and another and they just don’t have the features that you need or work well with your objective. Today’s guest …

Ep.244 ~ 7 Years of Failed Entrepreneurship to a 7-Day Million Dollar Startup ~ Dan Norris

Subscribe to our podcast on iTunes “Validation is not something that really works for small unfunded businesses.” Dan Norris Imagine spending seven years as a failed entrepreneur.  Imagine, the strains of selling your product and more money goes out of the bank account each month than comes in. Imagine trying to pay rent, maintaining personal relationships and having a family. …

Ep.242 ~ Building a 7-Figure Location Independent Business From Non-Profit Adventure Races ~ Stephan Jacob

Subscribe to our podcast on iTunes “Entrepreneurship can be very lonely.” Stephan Jacob Have you ever thought about mixing your passion, charity, and business together?  As this is a dream for many, I would say there aren’t a lot of entrepreneurs that successfully blend these three characteristics together.  Today’s guest is Stephan Jacob who is the co-founder of Cotopaxi.com. Cotopaxi is an …

Ep.241 ~ $475,000 Kickstarter Campaign with 16,000 Backers ~ Mark Zhang

 Subscribe to our podcast on iTunes “But by far Facebook Ads account for about 90% of the pledges that came from outside of Kickstarter” Mark Zhang Last fall in Bangkok, I was attending a conference full of entrepreneurs from around the globe. There were around 250 attendees and out of all of them just a few stood out.  There were …

Ep.240 ~ Avoid Self-Employment Tax, Using Global Retirement Accounts and Living in Latvia ~ Bobby Casey

Subscribe to our podcast on iTunes On today’s episode, Bobby Casey the managing director of Global Wealth Protection is our guest. Bobby calls in from Latvia where he has been based for the past six years and we get into a great chat about why he chose that part of the world. There are some really great benefits about living …

Ep.239 ~ Managing Over $1 Million Per Month in PPC Spending ~ Michael Erickson

Subscribe to our podcast on iTunes “I think a strong entrepreneur can get to 7-figures with a  ‘B-team’. But in order to break past 7-figures, you need a strong entrepreneur and a lot of ‘A-players’.” Michael Erickson Today gang, we welcome PPC and retargeting expert Michael Erickson to the show. Michael is the founder of Search Scientists. Search Scientists is …

Ep.235 ~ Your Friends May Suck and You Don’t Even Know It ~ Taylor Pearson

Subscribe to our podcast on iTunes “Always leave the door open, but never push someone through.” Taylor Pearson Are the people you are surrounding yourself with, the people you should be surrounding yourself with?  You might have some friends, that really don’t deserve your friendship. Today on the show, we welcome Taylor Pearson. Taylor is the author of the #1 …

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Ep.232 ~ The Co-Founder of Thrive Themes ~ Shane Melaugh

Subscribe to our podcast on iTunes “In well over 90% of the cases, it’s not about what you add, it is about what you remove.” Shane Melaugh Have you ever have challenges making your website convert?  Do you have too many options on your landing page?  Have you ever used quizzes to generate more traffic? Today listeners, we have Shane …

Ep.229 ~ From a Living Room Table Business to Forbes 30 Under 30 ~ Candice Galek

Subscribe to our podcast on iTunes “There is some statistic that says highly practical content is 34% more likely to go viral, than content that is not helpful.” Candice Galek Her business went from a living room table to a warehouse with forty employees in twenty short months. That’s Candice Galek the founder of Bikini Luxe and today’s guest on …

Ep.228 ~ Making Entrepreneurs Into Authors ~ Jesse Krieger

Subscribe to our podcast on iTunes “Seventy-percent plus of Americans have thought about writing a book, or believe they have a book in them…and less than one-percent ever do.” Jesse Krieger Many entrepreneurs think about writing a book, many end up writing one, two, three or multiple books.  After thousands of hours of practical experience building business, they use their …