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12 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Andy Cook. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Andy Cook, often where they are interviewed.

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12 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Andy Cook. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Andy Cook, often where they are interviewed.

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Andy Cook John 13&14

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Andy Cook John 13&14 by Obi Community Church
Dec 29 2019 · 37mins
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58: Andy Cook / Inside Tettra’s Long, Winding, and Persistent Path Toward Achieving Profitability

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Andy Cook, cofounder and CEO at Tettra––a company wiki and internal knowledge base software––shares the company's journey from "Ramen profitability" to actual profitability over the course of several years. On this episode, he shares details around:
- how he and his cofounder cut expenses to avoid going out of business
- how a failed round of funding made profitability a necessity
- how launching a freemium plan helped Tettra increase acquisition and adoption
- how the team sets, prioritizes, and aligns around goals in order to stay on track
Nov 11 2019 · 48mins
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Guest Speaker Andy Cook: Pray Like This

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Jesus taught us to pray for that which we really need. (Text: Matthew 6:7-13)

Sep 01 2019 · 29mins
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Business Bros – Episode 153 – Andy Cook Family Law Attorney

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Today we are joined on the podcast by Andy Cook a Family Law Attorney in San Diego. We dig into some myths and break down the ins and outs of going through a divorce. Ever want to ask an attorney if the statement "It's cheaper to keep her" true? Or if infidelity has an effect on your divorce case? Learn from an attorney rather than hear say. If you h would like to reach out to Andy you can go to his website www.divorcesd.com or via email acookjd@earthlink.net

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Feb 28 2019 · 40mins
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Episode 133: Andy Cook - Advocating for Families

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In Episode 133, you will hear from Andy Cook, President and CEO of Promise 686. For full show notes, please visit www.thinkorphan.com

Feb 26 2019 · 52mins
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Episode 66: Andy Cook - Co-Founder and CEO of Tettra

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Welcome to Episode 66 of The VentureFizz Podcast, the flagship podcast from the leading authority for jobs & careers in the tech industry.

For this episode of our podcast, I interviewed Andy Cook, Co-Founder & CEO of Tettra, a knowledge management system for high-performance teams.

This could be my most transparent interview ever. When you ask most startup founders how things are going, the majority are likely going to say, “We are crushing it.” However, building a company is really hard, and growing a successful startup is rarely, if ever, a straight line.

Andy recently published a series of blog posts where he shares the intimate details on the ups and downs of building a startup, so I was really excited to chat with him about the really deep and gritty details that go into building a startup, including the depths of nearly failing, to plowing through and coming out the other end to a profitable path for Tettra.

In this episode of our podcast, we cover:

-Andy’s background, and how he started a rental marketplace called Rentabilities with his brother and how they were able to convince Dharmesh Shah from HubSpot to write the first angel check.
-The aha moment behind Tettra and the current state & scale of the company.
-A ton of details on the ups and downs he’s experienced building a company from the ground up, including lots of info on fundraising, finding the right sales model, & how they got to profitability.
-The importance of staying transparent when running your business especially with employees.
-Tips for communicating with investors.
-Plus, a lot more.

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Jan 13 2019 · 52mins
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#077 – Iterating Your Way to a Product That Customers Find Valuable with Andy Cook of Tettra

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Rather than jump immediately into writing code, Andy Cook (@AndyGCook) and his cofounder Nelson (@nelsonjoyce) began their journey by spending weeks talking to and learning from potential customers. This wasn't their first time around the startup block. But to their surprise, when they finished their product and it was time for people to start using it, nobody wanted to. Learn how they iterated on their idea to turn it into a business that now generates hundreds of thousand of dollars in revenue.

Transcript, speaker information, and more: https://www.indiehackers.com/podcast/077-andy-cook-of-tettra

Dec 07 2018 · 1hr 3mins
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Pray Like This With Andy Cook

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A Sermon about how to pray and to find out what we really need in life.
May 27 2018 · 45mins
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Ep. 18 How I Raised It with Andy Cook of Tettra on 2.23.18

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Produced by Foundersuite.com, "How I Raised It" goes behind the scenes with startup founders who have raised capital. This episode is with Andy Cook of Tettra in Boston. Tettra is a wiki enabled Slack platform to improve team productivity. The Company raised a seed round from prominent Boston angels such as Dharmesh Shah, David Cancel, Mike Volpe, Paul English, Brian Halligan and others as well as HubSpot and Boston Syndicates.
Mar 01 2018 · 43mins
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21: Andy Cook & Nelson Joyce / How Tettra Achieved Profitability in 2 Years

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Tettra was running out of money. After failing to raise seed funding in the summer of 2017, its cofounders decided to chase a more ambitious goal–profitability.
Feb 27 2018 · 1hr 2mins
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