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Paying His Dues: Jason Saltzman Interview - EP 218

Between Two Wheels: Cycling News and Commentary from NorCal and the World

Between 2 Wheels Podcast: Cycling News, Commentary, and Analysis from NorCal; Host Tyler Janke, Curt Mills and Chris Flower. Episode 218 - Jason Saltzman is a NorCal cycling stalwart having raced in the region since his age was in the single digits. Jason recently signed with Wildlife Generation Pro Cycling Team for 2021 and he joins the podcast to talk about his career, going to school, racing in Europe and paying his dues. Check out Jason online and follow his progress. Jason Saltzman onlineTwitter: https://twitter.com/saltzman_jasonInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/j.salt/ Wildlife Generation Pro Cycling Team: https://www.instagram.com/wildlifegenerationprocycling/ EP 218 video on FacebookEP 218 video on YouTubeSubscribe to our Podcast YouTube Channel.  Give us a rating and comment on iTunes, Stitcher, Overcast.fm, GooglePlay or Podbean or IHEART Radio and now also on Tunein  and you can Subscribe on Android Follow and share us on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/between2wheels/ Find us on twitter @b2w_podcast or Email: admin@between2wheels.com Website: www.between2wheels.com

1hr 3mins

15 Jan 2021

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⭐ 083: How Perseverance kept Alley Coworking in Business (via Jason Saltzman)

Entrepreneur Stories 4⃣ Inspiration

Jason Saltzman is the CEO and Founder of Alley, a post business incubator and shared workspace for entrepreneurs. He also co-founded the tech company, SeamlessDocs. Jason advises and invests in a variety of early stage companies and is a mentor for the Techstars accelerator program. Jason has worked with the US State Department, traveling the world to assist the growth of startup communities. On his latest trip the Middle East, he produced and starred in a documentary about the Kuwaiti startup ecosystem. Want to Support the Show? Well join our Patreon Group! What's in it for you? Here's just a few of the perks of joining: (1) Instantly Schedule a Call with Austin - where he'll help you with your current or future business... (2) Discounted Pricing for Our Business Masterminds - where you can connect with other listeners... (3) Get Listed in Our Business Directory - for valuable SEO Juice... & so much more... Before Prices Increase... Sign-Up Now at millionaire-interviews.com/patreon. 😀😎😍  For Show Notes, Key Points, Contact Info, Resources Mentioned, & the Fabulous 4 Questions on this episode visit our website: Jason Saltzman Interview.  Support this Podcast via Patreon Feedback? Questions? Comments? My team & I would love to hear from you! Hollar at us via: Twitter (@acpeek // @millionairepod), Instagram (@millionaire_interviews), LinkedIn (@austincpeek), Facebook (@acpeek // @millionaireinterviews), or email: austin@millionaire-interviews.com. 😀😎😍

50mins

1 Jan 2021

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⭐ 083: How Perseverance kept Alley Coworking in Business (via Jason Saltzman)

Entrepreneur Stories 4⃣ Inspiration

Jason Saltzman is the CEO and Founder of Alley, a post business incubator and shared workspace for entrepreneurs. He also co-founded the tech company, SeamlessDocs. Jason advises and invests in a variety of early stage companies and is a mentor for the Techstars accelerator program. Jason has worked with the US State Department, traveling the world to assist the growth of startup communities. On his latest trip the Middle East, he produced and starred in a documentary about the Kuwaiti startup ecosystem. Want to Support the Show? Well join our Patreon Group! What's in it for you? Here's just a few of the perks of joining: (1) Instantly Schedule a Call with Austin - where he'll help you with your current or future business... (2) Discounted Pricing for Our Business Masterminds - where you can connect with other listeners... (3) Get Listed in Our Business Directory - for valuable SEO Juice... & so much more... Before Prices Increase... Sign-Up Now at millionaire-interviews.com/patreon. 😀😎😍  For Show Notes, Key Points, Contact Info, Resources Mentioned, & the Fabulous 4 Questions on this episode visit our website: Jason Saltzman Interview.  Support this Podcast via Patreon Feedback? Questions? Comments? My team & I would love to hear from you! Hollar at us via: Twitter (@acpeek // @millionairepod), Instagram (@millionaire_interviews), LinkedIn (@austincpeek), Facebook (@acpeek // @millionaireinterviews), or email: austin@millionaire-interviews.com. 😀😎😍

50mins

1 Jan 2021

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Jason Saltzman | From over 20 failed businesses to $10 million net worth, startup investor and mentor for TechStars

Inspiring Young Aspirers with Billy Garton Jr.

Jason Saltzman is a seasoned entrepreneur with a background in business development, sales, brand marketing, and technology, and has been mentoring, advising and investing in small businesses for over a decade. He is a member of Florida International University’s Foundation Board of Directors, a mentor for Techstars, and a Special Advisor to Entrepreneurship for the U.S. State Department. An advocate for mental health and believer in thoughtful innovation, Jason is passionate about curating progressive communities and inspiring positive change.  In this episode you’ll learn: How you can be successful even if you have failed more than 20 times How to find success through the social media noise Why it takes 10 years to build an “overnight success” How to fall forward and learn from failures What expectations to have when starting your first business  The Power of raw human connection  How to develop leadership skills as an entrepreneur  Jason Saltzman’s unique perspective on entrepreneurship Follow Jason SaltzmanAlley Website: https://www.alley.com/Instagram: @JasonSaltzmanFacebook: @JasonSaltzmanLinkedIn: @Jason SaltzmanStay connected with Billy Garton Jr.Tiktok: @BillyGartonJr | https://www.tiktok.com/@billygartonjr?lang=enInstagram: @BillyGartonJr l https://www.instagram.com/billygartonjr/ LinkedIn: @BillyGartonJr | https://www.linkedin.com/in/billy-garton-jr-41ba0b157/Twitter: @BillyGartonJr | https://twitter.com/billygartonjr?lang=en

51mins

31 Aug 2020

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The Harsh Realities of Entrepreneurship & What to Do When it All Goes Wrong With Jason Saltzman

Knowledge For Men Archives

Jason Saltzman is a seasoned entrepreneur with a background in sales and marketing. Through his role as CEO of Alley and as a TechStars mentor, he advises hundreds of startups, offering real life practical application and creative marketing advice.  He is also considered a “must know” in the New York City entrepreneurial scene. Favorite Success Quote “Luck is what happens when preparation meets opportunity.” ~ Key Points 1. Your Ideas Are Irrelevant to Your Success Everyone is familiar with the phrase “Billion dollar idea.”  And more than mere familiarity, everyone I know of has actually had one of these billion dollar ideas. They prance around for a few days or a week telling their friends and family about this new concept they developed that is going to revolutionize the world in some weird way. Whether it’s a microwave that never burns your popcorn, a shirt that you never have to wash, or an actual flying car, everyone has had one of these ideas at some point in their life. So why the hell are they not all billionaires? Because ideas are irrelevant to success, execution is the only thing that matters. A good idea is worth exactly $0 unless it is acted upon, unless it is taken from idea to concept, from concept to prototype, and prototype to product. You have to realize that this is one of the irrefutable truths of entrepreneurship. You can have the greatest ideas on the planet, but without a propensity for action and the ability to execute your ideas at lightning fast speeds, you will never succeed. 2. Success Requires Patience There is an old quote from Tony Robbins that “We overestimate what we can accomplish in a year and underestimate what we can accomplish in a decade.” And it’s true. Most people want to completely turn their lives around in a short 12 month period, and while it is definitely possible, it is also highly improbable. Success takes time, but most people are unwilling to take the time necessary to succeed. And this seems odd to me. Because when you think about it, that time will pass whether you are patiently pursuing your dreams or doing something that makes you miserable, the only difference is that one path will result in a lifetime of success and happiness and one will result in misery and malcontent. Jason spent nearly 15 years as an entrepreneur before he saw the success he wanted. 15 years of late nights, subpar revenue, failed businesses, stress, and frustration. He could have quit, he could have gone the route of the 9-5, he could have said that it just wasn’t worth it. And what would have happened if he had? Instead of achieving success a little bit later in life than he would have preferred, he likely never would have achieved success. His impatience would have lead to failure and he wouldn’t be on the show with the knowledge, wisdom, and results that he has today. 3. Entrepreneurship Can Suck  Have you ever met someone who has actually been to war? If you have ever had the courage to ask them about their service, you have likely heard them all utter the phrase “It ain’t like you see in the movies.” In our modern society, we glamorize war. We show soldiers valiantly defending their country, overcoming unbeatable odds, and heroically facing the enemy. But the reality of war is much different. If you have ever spoken with a veteran, they will tell you how war really is. They don’t feel courageous or valiant as they witness their friends dying next to them. They don’t feel like heroes as they struggle through wounds and exhaustion to hold back the enemy, and they sure as hell don’t feel glamorous as they are crawling through the desert with a broken leg and three bullet wounds, their entire team wiped out by the opposition. And while entrepreneurship is nowhere close to the same league as war, the parallel is pretty clear. Everyone glamorizes entrepreneurship. They glamorize “working for yourself”, they glamorize the financial freedom, they glamorize IPO and acquisition, but they leave out the messy details. Very few people would want to be an entrepreneur if they saw the sleepless nights, the stress, the anxiety, and the struggle that comes with it. Does it sound glamorous to have to spend three days without food because you have invested all of your income into a new marketing campaign and your invoices don’t clear until Friday? Does it sound like fun to spend 6 months living on your family’s couch working 16 hours a day, missing out on all the “fun” your friends are having while you grind away at your business with no tangible results for your effort? Does it sound like fun to fail time after time after time and somehow have to find the will to keep going despite the ridicule and shame that your family, friends, and society try to project onto you? If you answered yes to any of the above questions, you are either delusional or masochistic. You need to realize that entrepreneurship sucks. Is it worth it once you succeed? Of course! Is it easy to achieve that success? Hell no! 4. Arrogance Guarantees Failure How many times have you met that person, whether they were an entrepreneur, corporate drone, or simply an acquaintance who thought that they knew it all? Despite their lack of results, they still decided that the best path forward was to ignore anybody who disagreed with them, regardless of that person’s acumen or skill set. You know the type, maybe you even are the type. I am talking about the overweight guy in the gym who gets a tip from a local fitness pro and then ignores it saying, “I know what I am doing! I’ve watched the YouTube videos” Or the broke guy who tries to give family financial advice, and then once his rich cousin corrects him on something and suggests an alternative, he lashes out and says “You don’t know what you are talking about! Haven’t you read anything on Forbes?” Or even the guy who has maybe had some success with women and goes out to a nightclub with his friend who is practically casanova incarnate, and then after a few rejections, his friend comes over with a model on each arm and makes a recommendation only to get the sharp response “I’ve got this man, I don’t need your help” You need to realize that nothing will stand between you and success like your own ego. Arrogance will take you down a one-way street to failure because quite frankly, you don’t know it all, you don’t even know the half of it. If you want to succeed then you need to surround yourself with people who are smarter than you who actually have the results you want and then do what they say. Because if you try and go it alone, you will fail. 5.The Obstacle is the Way  We have an unfortunate propensity in our modern culture to avoid adversity. We take the elevator instead of the stairs, we use Tinder instead of approaching women, we stay in the shitty safe job instead of taking the leap into self-employment, and we generally live lives of discontentment because we like to stay comfortable. But one of life’s great truths is that, as Ryan Holiday says, “The obstacle is the way, what is in the way becomes the way” The very things that are standing in your way are the same things that will lead to your success. Overcoming your fear of approaching women will turn you into the kind of man who has success with women. Struggling through a new training program will give you the resilience and grit that you need to build and maintain your ideal body. Surviving the pain of quitting your job with giving you the emotional fortitude you need to keep going in your new entrepreneurial endeavors. The obstacle is the way.

47mins

20 Jul 2020

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Jason Saltzman (Claremont McKenna College): Professional Cyclist

D3toPro

Jason Saltzman is a professional cyclist. Jason shares his story and how the question of "how far can I push myself" is the motivation behind his journey.

1hr 11mins

24 May 2020

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Blockchain Law with Jason Saltzman Fintech Friday's EP 31

NCFA Canada

On this episode of the Fintech Friday's Podcast, our host Manseeb Khan sits down with Jason Saltzman partner at Gowlings WLG law firm. They chat about how to make your ICO compliant, Blockchain in law and how to create a business structure.Enjoy!

30mins

14 May 2019

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109: Interview: How to Create a Successful Brick & Mortar Start Up | Jason Saltzman with Kelsey Humphreys

The Kelsey Show

The Kelsey Show is brought to you by motivational comedian & international keynote speaker Kelsey Humphreys. Book her to speak at your event, or buy one of her “hilarious and helpful” books, workbooks and swag on her website: http://kelseyhumphreys.com. For relevant show notes, links, photos and more from this specific episode, check out the searchable archives at http://kelseyhumphreys.com/podcast ABOUT THIS EPISODE: Jason Saltzman is the founder of Alley, a membership community with 4 co-working spaces in NYC. In this awesome interview, he shared a lot of great insights on entrepreneurship and opening a brick and mortar business. Kelsey here, thanks so much for listening! If you stumbled upon my show and you’re confused about the format (Why do I say good morning every time? Why are some episodes totally different?) be sure and check out the very first episode where I explain my special brand of podcast craziness. I am passionate about motivating you and making you laugh, about breaking down personal growth for us and making becoming our best selves more FUN! If you like what you hear, I hope you will subscribe and download a bunch of episodes! I’d love to hear from you personally! The best place to connect with me is still good ol’ Facebook: http://facebook.com/kelseyshow To see “vlog” content of my day to day life, watch my Instastories: http://instagram.com/thekelseyshow The spot to watch the amazing celebrity interviews is YouTube: http://youtube.com/c/thekelseyshow And if you’re still reading this you must really dig me (it’s mutual boo!) so you should make sure you don’t miss any of the new stuff each week by sign up for my monthly digest email. It’s once a month with all the goods in one place because ain’t nobody got time to keep with it all, am I right?! Sign up at http://kelseyhumphreys.com/podcast

31mins

13 Aug 2018

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This company's ideal clients are entrepreneurs who will help the community grow and thrive Feat. Jason Saltzman

Ajax Union B2B Marketing Podcast

You have to let the world around you happen. - Jason Saltzman Jason Saltzman is the CEO of Alley NYC, a curated community for creators. Alley NYC is like a coworking space, but with a private membership where members are selected. They are painstakingly methodical in creating value and seeing clients as their ambassadors. Learn More Here: www.ajaxunion.com/podcast Additional Notes: Ideal Customer: Amenities will help you grow and you will help the community around you grow and thrive as well.   Sales: Painstakingly methodical in creating value and seeing clients as your ambassadors. Mistakes: Don’t stand still.  The culture around you is ever changing.  Look at the brand like a breathing living organism. Stress management: Building something out of nothing is one of the hardest things in the world to do.  Be super pragmatic. Influence: Malcolm Gladwell’s Tipping Point Smart or Lucky: Favorite quote “Luck is when hard work meets persistence” What makes you feel successful: The office spaces filled with amazing people.  I walk around and look at everyone using this platform to grow their dreams.  

27mins

6 Dec 2017

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LOF PRO 010 | Jason Saltzman: Startups Movement [English]

LAUNCH ON FIRE with Khalid Alzanki

The post LOF PRO 010 | Jason Saltzman: Startups Movement [English] appeared first on LAUNCH.

28mins

6 Dec 2014

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