In this episode, Mike Townsend sits down with Dan Martell, CEO, and Founder of SaaS Academy. Dan is a serial entrepreneur having built several multi-million dollar technology companies starting at the age of 17. He's also an award-winning angel investor, having invested in companies like Intercom, Udemy, Hootsuite, Unbounce. Today he's an executive coach focused exclusively on B2B SaaS working with the founders from ClickFunnels.com, Proposify.com, Carrot.com, and many others to help scale their businesses. He lives in Kelowna, British Columbia with his wife, Renee, and two boys.
8-Figure Business Secrets with SAAS Tycoon Dan Martell
The Healthpreneur Show with Yuri Elkaim
Dan Martell is a serial entrepreneur who has built several multi-million dollar companies. He’s the coach that SAAS entrepreneurs go to for help and guidance in growing their business. And he’s an angel investor who has invested in the big tech that many entrepreneurs in the health space use.Dan is inspired by the people and experiences that he’s encountered. And his values and core principles are clear in who he is and what he does. Dan is successful because he leaned into the growth process and allowed his story to evolve over time. Tune in to find out why Dan’s so transparent about his life on social media and how he grew to become a SAAS tycoon. Connect with Dan Martell https://www.danmartell.comInstagram @danmartellFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/Danmartell/If you're ready to take the next step in growing your health business, go to ➡️ https://healthpreneurgroup.com/show for our free training that has helped our clients grow.If you've enjoyed this episode, we'd love for you to write a review. Go to ➡️ https://www.ratethispodcast.com/health
How to Build the Goose that Lays the Golden Eggs - Dan Martell - CFR #546
Dan Martell is a serial entrepreneur having built several multi-million dollar technology companies starting at the age of 17. He's also an award-winning angel investor, having invested in companies like Intercom, Udemy, Hootsuite, Unbounce. Today he's an executive coach focused exclusively on B2B SaaS working with the founders from ClickFunnels.com, Proposify.com, Carrot.com, and many others to help scale their businesses. He lives in Kelowna, British Columbia with his wife, Renee, and two boys. Dan and Dave discuss the importance of clarity and how with clarity it provides so much ease in business/life. danmartell.com/call Links to social media channels: Youtube IG TikTok Join our Messenger Tribe! https://m.me/clickfunnels?ref=cfpodcast-join-CF-tribe
How Dan Martell Helps SaaS Founders Grow By 216% on Average
Leveling Up with Eric Siu
How Dan Martell Helps SaaS Founders Grow By 216% on Average Today we talk to Dan Martell, the founder of the Saas Academy, which is currently rebranding as Saas Coach. He is renowned for coaching growth-minded B2B SaaS Founders to achieve their perfect exit and for helping those founders grow by 216 percent on average per year. In today’s episode, he shares openly about his struggles with drugs, the law, and even his weight before he managed to turn his life around and become a millionaire by the age of 27. He explains how his approach to both business and his health has produced results on both fronts. We discuss what makes Dan different from other coaches, how Taki Moore has influenced his coaching, and what his new project High Speed Ventures is all about. Hear about the ‘buy-back’ principle that Dan uses to scale businesses, why customer retention is possibly even more important than growth, and how he helped one client grow from 30k - 140k in monthly recurring revenue. Tune in today! TIME-STAMPED SHOW NOTES: [00:41] An introduction to Dan Martell. [01:02] His troubled past with drugs and jail, and how software became his new addiction. [01:32] How he became an entrepreneur and a millionaire by the age of 27. [03:24] The day he shared a vulnerable Instagram post alluding to his weight struggles. [06:30] What Dan learned and overcame between the ages of 17 and 27. [09:37] His ‘be, do, have’ philosophy. [10:21] The history of Sass Academy, now Saas Coach. [10:51] He describes his three programs: Accelerator, Sass Academy, and the Boardroom Program. [12:35] What makes Dan different from other coaches out there. [12:57] The importance of customer retention in his business. [16:30] Dan’s approach to providing practical solutions instead of selling a dream. [18:02] Dan shares the details of one of his biggest coaching success stories. [19:48] Taki Moore’s influence on Dan as a coach and his program. [21:30] The three pillars: coaching, content, and community. [24:27] The concept of the growth ceiling; why retention is possibly more important than growth. [26:01] Dan discusses his other project, High Speed Ventures, and how the networks support each other. [29:30] He explains the buy-back principle that he uses to scale businesses. [31:31] Dan’s favorite business tool and his must-read book. Resources From The Interview: Dan Martell Saas Academy Escape Velocity Podcast Dan Martell on Instagram Love is a Killer App 75 Hard Taki Moore Must read book: Seeking Wisdom: From Darwin to Munger The Psychology of Human Misjudgement Front App Leave Some Feedback: What should I talk about next? Who should I interview? Please let me know on Twitter or in the comments below. Did you enjoy this episode? If so, please leave a short review here Subscribe to Leveling Up on iTunes Get the non-iTunes RSS Feed Connect with Eric Siu: Growth Everywhere Single Grain Eric Siu on Twitter
Time And Money Secrets For Unlimited Growth with Dan Martell
The Coaches Corner
In this episode of the Coaches Corner podcast, Lucas and Dan Martell bring you undeniable proof that growth doesn't know any limits. When you understand how to manage, leverage, and master your time and money, you'll find the keys to unlimited growth. Tune in to this episode to learn the secrets to adopting a growth mindset, shifting your identity to attract more opportunities in your life, and creating your own definition of growth and success in your business and life.Dan Martell is a serial entrepreneur having built several multi-million dollar technology companies starting at the age of 17. He's also an award-winning angel investor, having invested in companies like Intercom, Udemy, Hootsuite, Unbounce. Today he's an executive coach focused exclusively on B2B SaaS working with the founders from ClickFunnels.com, Proposify.com, Carrot.com, and many others to help scale their businesses. He splits his time between Canada (where he grew up), and San Diego with his wife Renee and two boys.Subscribe to Dan's YouTube channel for more insights and connect with him on Instagram.Want more support from Dan? Let him know how he can serve you today by emailing him: firstname.lastname@example.org and a member of his team will be in touch with you!Enjoy The Podcast! MAKING LESS THAN $10K / MONTH IN YOUR COACHING BUSINESS?We want to chat with you this week. Click HERE to find a time to strategize with our team! Thanks For Listening!Lucas Rubix is the intense-looking bearded dude (don’t worry… he’s actually harmless) behind the Coaches Corner, a corner of the internet completely committed to helping passionate coaches like YOU build, launch and grow a passion-fuelled, freedom-filled, money-making online coaching businesses (as long as you’re not afraid of some work).Having built multiple coaching businesses (both offline and online) in a wide variety of niches, his primary focus these days (when he’s not interviewing top coaches, influencers, and celebrities on the Coaches Corner Podcast) is helping coaches create a business that predictably generates leads, attracts new clients and, most importantly, creates true freedom (for both COACH and CLIENT)Visit www.LucasRubix.com and get full access to the Online Coaching Business Crash Course, listen to a few episodes of the Coaches corner podcast while you’re at it and feel free to connect with him on Instagram @LucasRubixAnd if you’re a passionate coach who’s looking for a helping hand in building, launching and growing your coaching business (and attracting all the perfect clients you’ve ever imagined) learn about the three ways you can work together HERE and see how Lucas can help you build the coaching business of your dreams!
How To Scale Your Saas Business To $10M+ Per Month with Dan Martell
Buying Online Businesses Podcast
With thousands of SaaS companies in the world catering to the demands of businesses across various industries, how can you stay on top of the game and reduce your customer churn? For this week's episode, we have Dan Martell, a coach of SaaS founders, to talk with us about the 3Ps you should focus on when scaling your SaaS business. Moreover, we will also walk you through the strategies for retaining clients and decreasing your churn rate to maintain the profitability of your business. There’s a lot to learn from this episode, so make sure to tune in! Episode Highlights: What you should do as a first-time SaaS business owner? [03:04] Experimenting with your service’s pricing [5:07] Retention strategies for SaaS businesses [9:04] Bringing cold traffic through various channels [11:27] Dan’s take on free trials and demos [15:28] The future of SaaS industry [19:04] Resource Links: Buying Online Businesses Website (https://buyingonlinebusinesses.com) Download the Due Diligence Framework (https://buyingonlinebusinesses.com/freeresources/) Visit Niche Website Builders and get EXCLUSIVE OFFERS as a BOB listener (https://www.nichewebsite.builders/bob/) Check out Odys’ great deals (http://odys.link/bobpodcast) Download Dan Martell’s Rocket Demo Builder (https://www.danmartell.com/) Follow Dan on Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/danmartell/) About Our Guest: In 2016, Dan Martell founded a company of the same name, which aims to coach high-performing SaaS founders to scale their business. Before establishing the company, Dan’s journey was not smooth sailing. He tried building companies in different industries but failed. Because of this experience, he wanted to help SaaS business owners succeed without going through a rocky journey. Thus, the establishment of SaaS Academy. If you liked this episode, please don’t forget to subscribe, tune in, and share this podcast. You may also leave us a review anywhere you listen to and share your feedback! Connect with Jaryd Krause of Buying Online Businesses: Follow on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/JarydKrause1 Subscribe on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQ3g6G2USlnq7EgnUsajTBw See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Unfiltered: From learning to code in rehab to becoming a 5x founder with Dan Martell
Marketer of the Month
In this week’s episode of Marketer of the Month, we have Dan Martell, founder of SaaS Academy, award-winning angel investor, and 5x founder. We talk to him about - His company and how serious an entrepreneur needs to be to scale their business Steps involved in the startup journey Why ethics are important in building a business Breaking the law and bending the rules Monopoly in the SaaS industry and whether this industry is saturated Competition shifting to the east with rising startup culture and a rise in the number of Unicorns every year.
#244: Dan Martell: From Criminal to SaaS Master, Serial Entrepreneur and Unicorn Investor
If you’ve ever had doubts about how far you can go in life and in business because of how you started, this episode for you. Today’s guest is Dan Martell. Dan is the best-known name in SaaS, but did you know he was notorious in other ways before that? His message is clear: You can be and do anything if you put in the work. Today’s show follows Dan through his early years and how he got started in business — including all of his failures and missteps — and ends in a great discussion on mentorship and networking. Find out how to use buybacks to your benefit and recognize if you’re wasting energy on projects keeping you from achieving your full potential. He is open and frank about his past, his healing, and his results. He’ll back up the claim that even not-great companies can do 50% ROE and explain why every dollar you take out of your business is actually seven — and what you should do instead of taking the money out. There are quite a few takeaways from today’s episode. One of the biggest ones is, once you’ve shifted your mindset away from annual income, toward long-term value creation, then it’s time to try to buy back your time. If you want a valuable company in 3 - 5 years, what is your time worth, in order to get you there? But then after that, where are you going to invest (in your business) in order to grow the value of your company? All of these questions can be answered in two different places: Dan Martell’s YouTube channel(if you want SaaS -specific answers), and our training at ARKONA.io (if you are a business owners or entrepreneur who wants to educate yourself on how to grow the value of their company with the end in mind). What You Will Learn In Today's Podcast Interview Why Dan recommends more entrepreneurs reinvest their equity Spend time building your networks and picking the right mentors to help you along your journey How Dan overcame depression and anxiety after selling Spirit and what he advises other entrepreneurs Why you should be blissfully dissatisfied How to effectively use buybacks When you should hire a new role versus when you need to look at your calendar to see what roles you’re doing inefficiently What upper-limiting beliefs are and how to overcome them to achieve your true potential The importance of knowing where your genius lies and spending your time there Why you need to be aware of the type of energy you’re breathing into your team How your valuation might not be what you think it is because of value detractors It’s okay to stop just “doing” things and start thinking deeply about why and the end goal The two metrics that matter: customer retention and expansion revenue Are You Growing The Value of Your Business Take The 2-Minute Assessment To Get YourIntentional Growth Score™ And 1-Page Vision Board. Are your company's current initiatives intentionally designed to increase the value of the business? Do you know what you want from your business long term and why? Do you know what your company is worth? Do you know the differences between Management, Family Transitions, PE Firms, ESOPs and Strategic Buyers? Does the business have a written strategic plan on how to achieve the desired normalized EBITDA and valuation? About the Guest: Dan Martell might be the best-known name in SaaS. Not only does he run the biggest YouTube channel for SaaS entrepreneurs in the world, but he has also successfully exited three companies and advises industry giants. After making his first million at 27, he was named Top Entrepreneur in New Brunswick and the top angel investor Canada-wide in 2012. He knows his stuff and is passionate about sharing his hard-won insights with every entrepreneur, no matter their background. Quotes: 18:41 - “Entrepreneurship is my sport” – Dan Martell 19:21 - “Great business people know exactly what knobs to turn to get an outcome. And their hit rate is a hundred out of a hundred, meaning that every move is effective.” – Dan Martell 19:54 - “I call it ‘just in case’ versus ‘just in time’ — a lot of people consume information to learn about the potential future. I like to learn as I'm dealing with struggles and challenges today.” – Dan Martell 23:50 - “That ability to learn how to communicate that the economy of words, the storytelling, the, um, the understanding, their desires and how do you take what they shared.” – Dan Martell 24:26 - “Get around people that have done it before, reverse engineer what they're doing, build a good advisory board.” – Dan Martell 27:38 - “Humans need purpose and they need meaning.” – Dan Martell 29:20 - “The things we create do not make our identity.” – Dan Martell 30:37 - “On paper, they're wealthy and in their lives, they're poor.” – Dan Martell 31:06 - “Once you accumulate some level of wealth, you need to learn how to redistribute it into your life to allow you to do more.” – Dan Martell 34:53 - “You have to look at revenue and capital from your business as opportunity to buy time out of your calendar.” – Dan Martell 40:25 - “Not only is it better for your mental health, but better for the business to use the buyback principle strategy that I teach, because it inherently will create a business it's valuable because it's not going to be dependent on you.” – Dan Martell 49:11 - “Outcomes are 100% a byproduct of you, your mindset, your decisions, your prioritizations, your strategies, your confidence, all this stuff.” – Dan Martell Links and Resources: Instagram: @danmartell LinkedIn: Dan Martell YouTube: Dan Martell Twitter: @danmartell Dan Martell official website Mastering Your Cash Flow Digital Course ARKONA Boot Camp Reach out to me if you have questions about the boot camp! You can also reach out to me via email at email@example.com, or on my LinkedIn.
253. Why You Should Monetise Your Podcast with Dan Martell
Should I Start A Podcast
This episode features a We Are Podcast session with Dan Martell. Dan is the founder of Clarity and Flowtown and hosts two podcasts of his own. He is a master at creating magnetic content. Dan goes into the 7-step process he uses to create this valuable content and how he uses it to monetise. He also explains why monetising your podcast isn’t just about the money; it’s way beyond that. Listen to learn why you should definitely do it now if you haven’t already. || LINKS || danmartell.com | wearepodcast.com/| | Full Show Notes - mustamplify.com/253-why-you-should-monetise-your-podcast-with-dan-martell/
Dan Martell is an award-winning Canadian entrepreneur, top angel investor, founder of SaaS Academy and CEO of Clarity, Flowtown and Spheric Technologies, mentors at least a half-dozen Technology Accelerator events, runs the biggest Youtube channel for SaaS entrepreneurs in the world. He served as a former adviser to billion-dollar SaaS companies like Intercom, Hootsuite, and Udemy. In 2012, he was named Canada’s top angel investor having completed over 33 investments with companies like Udemy, Intercom and Unbounce. He is an investor in 40+ startups. An avid reader who dreams of remaining a lifelong student, Dan invests in startups whose opportunities and ideas he can get excited about. His philosophy is to build companies that solve the business problems he faces. He takes risks in work and life and focuses on the journey over the reward. Dan is relentless in his work ethic — if a job has to get done, he’ll do it right away. He is a board member of Propel ICT and also volunteers his time working with youth battling addictions at Portage NB. He is passionately involved in facilitating micro-lending to entrepreneurs in developing countries through the non-profit, Kiva.org. Show Links https://twitter.com/danmartell https://www.danmartell.com/