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Billy Anderson | Co-Founder of Go Fresh Breaks Down How He Helped Create a Direct-to-Consumer Meal Prep Service

Get The Bag Life

We have Billy Anderson today, who is the co-founder of Go Fresh, a direct-to-consumer meal prep service.Billy shares his story and insights on what it took to grow Go Fresh.In this talk, you'll learn how important influencer marketing is, the true hardships of entrepreneurship, how important innovation is to grow your brand and the importance of allocating time to build a brand experience for your business.Join the Value Tips Tuesday newsletter!

50mins

29 Mar 2021

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Blynd Submyshynz Episode 16: Billy Anderson of HTSOB

Blynd Submyshynz

This week is a real treat as we welcome one of the true heroes off modern heavy music. Billy has the longest and most illustrious engineering and production resumes in the world, and has also spent time playing in some incredible bands (played bass in the Melvins). He has incredible knowledge, and from spending time in the studio with him, stories (and puns) for days. We talked to Billy about what he’s been up to during the pandemic, what music he’s working on, his interest in cave paintings, how things are going with his band High Tone Son of a Bitch, and a whole bunch of other stuff.Because JD and Jeff are terrible at coordinating vinyl purchases, we’re GIVING AWAY 2 copies of King Buffalo’s recently released Live at Freak Valley vinyl. Find us on Facebook or Instagram to enter!Billy's Site (Engine Ear):https://www.billyanderson.net/HTSOB (High Tone Son of a Bitch):https://htsob.bandcamp.com/THIS WEEK’S SUBMISSIONS!Moon Breath – Exaltationshttps://moonbreath.bandcamp.com/album/exaltationsYuri – Elektrogramhttps://yuri7.bandcamp.com/album/render-unto-yuriTHVN – PLESNhttps://thvnbreslau.bandcamp.com/album/pleBonus segment: Bandcamp Claims “IT GOT HEAVY” in 2020, but we’ll be the judge of thatWhere we listened to a number of tunes that Bandcamp wrote up as especially HEAVY releases in 2020. Who better than Billy to stamp them HEAVY or NOT HEAVY. “In times of crisis, we as listeners tend to gravitate towards two modes of musical escapism: Uplifting sounds that remind us of the light at the end of the tunnel and/or earsplitting songs tethered to the hellish here and now. Both camps are equally valid (more on the glass-half-full camp tomorrow). Still, in a year defined by unprecedented isolation and unrest, the catharsis offered by heavy music felt even more ubiquitous and essential. The chaos wasn’t limited to usual suspects like metal, punk, or noise, either; the records featured below offer everything from revolutionary jazz grooves to harrowing electronic breakdowns to ethereal folk harmonies. All of them epitomize the dumpster fire that was 2020—and bid it good riddance.”Deradoorian – Sunhttps://deradoorian.bandcamp.com/album/find-the-sunCryptic Shift – The Arctic Chasmhttps://bloodharvestrecords.bandcamp.com/album/visitations-from-enceladusMoses Boyd – Dancing in the Dark ft Obongjayarhttps://mosesboyd.bandcamp.com/album/dark-matter-2Oliver Coates – Butoh baby https://olivercoates.bandcamp.com/track/butoh-babyBands! Submit one song (preferably from Bandcamp) to blyndsub@gmail.com and we'll try to cover it on another episode. Find us on social media @blyndsubmyshynz. If you like the podcast, subscribe, share it with your friend, or head over to our to watch the video version!https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCi_8QVmx1ggBQHGKln88UNwTheme song by Francis Anger Roberts Logo by Nick Fox  

2hr 55mins

5 Jan 2021

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Chase Impact, not Money! Billy Anderson - Go Fresh Meals

Hustle The Day

I met Billy last year at an Arete Syndicate event and even though we only met briefly, his energy was infectious! I knew I had to talk to him more. We finally got a time scheduled and I feel like we just scratched the surface of Billy's story.  Starting at a young age, he was selling, always selling. He got the lifestyle fairly young and lost it all. He chased money, not fulfillment. When that mindset changed, it all changed. So many great stories, check it out! #hustletheday   Find Billy Anderson here: https://instagram.com/billy_gofresh https://gofreshmeals.com https://instagram.com/the_levelupsociety   Find Hustle Energy here:  https://instagram.com/hustle.energy  https://hustle.energy Find Trent V. Bray here: https://instagram.com/trentvbray https://trentvbray.com

54mins

3 Nov 2020

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Billy Anderson - From In-N-Out Burger to 7 Figures

The Dedication to Excellence

Co-Founder and CEO  of GoFresh a Healthy Foods Company- He’s a 7 figure entrepreneur.- Has worked with the Diaz brothers, Jay Cutler, and many more!- Keynote Speaker- Business Coach- Founder of The Level Up Society with more to come!He’s one of the most inspiring yet down to earth people I’ve met!In this episode, Eugene and I sit down with Billy for an hour-long interview!Tune in and leave a comment!Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/D2E)

1hr 5mins

27 Oct 2020

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Aftershocks - Famed Producer Billy Anderson

The CMS Podcast Network

In this edition of the AFTERSHOCKS PODCAST, the guys sit down with famed producer Billy Anderson. Anderson has produced hundreds of releases, including from such notable bands as Mr. Bungle, Orange Goblin, High On Fire, The Melvins, Eyehategod, Neurosis and many, many more. He sat down to talk about his band HIGH TONE SON OF A BITCH, as well as working with Mike Patton, his classic low end sound that he captures, if he thought some of the bands would have more success, and working with bands on albums that would be their pinnacle moment. Website: https://www.aftershockspodcast.com Podcast Link: https://anchor.fm/aftershockspod1 Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/aftershocks-podcast/id1510634520 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/1An7v0PYI2xPBjtvwEBvYm Google Podcasts: https://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly9hbmNob3IuZm0vcy8xZTYxNzZkYy9wb2RjYXN0L3Jzcw== YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-d40UR-th1Mk17xa3uS0Kw Overcast: https://overcast.fm/itunes1510634520/aftershocks-podcast Pocket Casts: https://pca.st/ylhcq412 Cast Box: https://castbox.fm/channel/Aftershocks-Podcast-id2827964 Radio Public: https://radiopublic.com/aftershocks-podcast-GMzyO1 Breaker: https://www.breaker.audio/aftershocks-podcast RSS: https://anchor.fm/s/1e6176dc/podcast/rss Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aftershockspod1 Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/aftershockspod1 Instagram: https://www.twitter.com/aftershockspod1 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/cmspn/message

40mins

3 Aug 2020

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231: Vulnerability As a One-Way Ticket to Trust with Billy Anderson

Pivot with Jenny Blake

“Vulnerability is a one-way ticket to trust,” says today’s guest Billy Anderson, founder of The Courage Crusade and mutual friend of longtime friendtor Michael Bungay Stanier (two-time guest of the Pivot Podcast). Billy is the author of Your Comfort Zone is Killing You: Finding the Courage to Be You. In this conversation we cover finding the courage to move past others’ expectations toward greater authenticity, transparency, vulnerability, and self-expression. Check out full show notes from this episode with links to resources mentioned at http://pivotmethod.com/231 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

35mins

30 May 2020

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Episode #70 University of South Carolina Director of Sports Performance Billy Anderson

Muscles and Management

*SHOW TIMESTAMPS FEATURED AT THE END*In this episode Gerry talks to University of South Carolina Director of Sports Performance Billy Anderson.Billy works specifically with the National Championship winning Baseball Team as well as both Female and Male golfers.To start, the conversation turns to rotational power and how to go about building elite rotational ability in baseball players and golfers. The two talk about the importance of the core resisting rotation, extension etc. in building rotational power. Additionally, Billy discusses his strategies for training rotation in season when there are high volumes of rotating in sport.From there, the two discuss general strength training principles like calculating diminishing returns of strength training through force-velocity profiling, energy systems, in-season training and more.All that and more on this episode of Muscles and Management!Episode Timestamps:6:25 - Some Positives of the Current Situation8:45 - Rotational Power & Lower Power11:05 - Billy’s Thoughts on Lifting Schedule In-Season17:45 - Coaches Trusting Strength Coaches 22:00 - Managing Relationships with Coaches26:00 - Weightlifting & Arm Injuries 31:00 - How Teams Treat Injuries: Then and Now36:20 - Rotational Movement & How to Train it In-Season42:15 - The Idea Golfers Shouldn’t Strength Train47:45 - Training Women 49:00 - How Strong is Strong Enough?55:22 - Vertical Jump Testing1:03:25 - Baseball, Acceleration, & the Use of 60’s1:12:45 - Billy’s Final ThoughtsSupport the show (http://www.challengerstrength.com)

1hr 16mins

8 Apr 2020

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Small Business Pandemic- w/ Billy Anderson (OPDICH-029)

Operation Dichotomy

It's a scary time. People all around the world are getting sick and dying. But it's even scarier for those who might lose (or have already lost) their livelihood due to the economical ramifications of a societal lockdown. Are small business owners likely to make it to the other side of the quarantine? What's it like for those who have to worry about way more than just being bored at home? Listen in as successful entrepreneur, Billy Anderson, shares his perspective. Connect with Billy on IG @billy_gofresh Connect with us on FB and IG @operationdichotomy, and on our website.

32mins

2 Apr 2020

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EP51 – Having The Courage To Be Yourself with Billy Anderson

The Ignition Show with Chris Janzen

EP. 51having the courage to be yourself with billy andersonEP. 51having the courage to be yourself with billy andersonThe core tenet of this show is to bring you ideas, people and insights that can help you unlock more of your potential. Sometimes it’s inspiring examples of people that have achieved amazing things, sometimes it’s people that bring amazing clarity to what’s needed to do amazing things and live an extraordinary life…on your terms.I was reminded recently of one of the stark data points that exist on living life to the fullest and that is the greatest regret of people at the end of their life.This is often described as “I wish I’d had the courage to live a life true to myself, not the life others expected of me.“And isn’t that so true.The most fundamental difference between people who are deeply fulfilled and those that are miserable or regretful, is that their life conditions matched their expectations of themselves.Yet as our world seems to move with more pace, more urgency, more demands and more choice than ever before, it’s not easy to make the tough decisions to make big changes to get in more alignment.So coming back to that greatest regret…it’s not that I just lived life true to myself…it’s specifically “I wish I had the COURAGE to live a life true to myself”“Courage is a muscle we all have, and can build”“The big and nasty is our fear of being judged”Courage — is so much easier to say that to act with at times.There’s no doubt that some of the biggest changes or risks I’ve taken — moving countries, changing careers, ending relationships — required courage because I was freaking out when I thought about doing what I wanted to do.And as you embark on the year ahead, I want you to act with more courage and really go for what you really, really want.To help you with that, I’m super excited to bring you today’s guest, Billy Anderson.When I think of courage, I think of Billy.He is a genuine expert on helping people breakthrough their fears and creating a life that is true to them.He has so many nuggets of wisdom in this episode, you’ve got to grab your pen and be ready to take notes. I think this is a podcast you’ll want to listen to more than once.Enjoy the conversation…What we cover in this episode: The definition of courage that most people miss How purpose and choice play a major role in being courageous Why if it scares you it counts The 3 biggest (or deepest) fears we all have How to manage your fears better The importance of knowing your values Does self talk really work? Understanding your intuition vs your critic What people learn AFTER they acted courageously The amazing link between your greatest fear and your life’s purpose “If it scares you it counts”Connect with Billy: Billy’s website: CourageCrusade.com Billy’s course on Udemy: What is your life’s purpose? Email: Billy@couragecrusade.com The core tenet of this show is to bring you ideas, people and insights that can help you unlock more of your potential.Sometimes it’s inspiring examples of people that have achieved amazing things, sometimes it’s people that bring amazing clarity to what’s needed to do amazing things and live an extraordinary life…on your terms.I was reminded recently of one of the stark data points that exist on living life to the fullest and that is the greatest regret of people at the end of their life.This is often described as “I wish I’d had the courage to live a life true to myself, not the life others expected of me.“And isn’t that so true.The most fundamental difference between people who are deeply fulfilled and those that are miserable or regretful, is that their life conditions matched their expectations of themselves.Yet as our world seems to move with more pace, more urgency, more demands and more choice than ever before, it’s not easy to make the tough decisions to make big changes to get in more alignment.So coming back to that greatest regret…it’s not that I just lived life true to myself…it’s specifically “I wish I had the COURAGE to live a life true to myself”“Courage is a muscle we all have, and can build”“The big and nasty is our fear of being judged”Courage — is so much easier to say that to act with at times.There’s no doubt that some of the biggest changes or risks I’ve taken — moving countries, changing careers, ending relationships — required courage because I was freaking out when I thought about doing what I wanted to do.And as you embark on the year ahead, I want you to act with more courage and really go for what you really, really want.To help you with that, I’m super excited to bring you today’s guest, Billy Anderson.When I think of courage, I think of Billy.He is a genuine expert on helping people breakthrough their fears and creating a life that is true to them.He has so many nuggets of wisdom in this episode, you’ve got to grab your pen and be ready to take notes. I think this is a podcast you’ll want to listen to more than once.Enjoy the conversation…What we cover in this episode: The definition of courage that most people miss How purpose and choice play a major role in being courageous Why if it scares you it counts The 3 biggest (or deepest) fears we all have How to manage your fears better The importance of knowing your values Does self talk really work? Understanding your intuition vs your critic What people learn AFTER they acted courageously The amazing link between your greatest fear and your life’s purpose “If it scares you it counts”Connect with Billy: Billy’s website: CourageCrusade.com Billy’s course on Udemy: What is your life’s purpose? Email: Billy@couragecrusade.com Leave us a message! (we really do read them) .fb-comments,.fb-comments span,.fb-comments span iframe[style]{min-width:100%!important;width:100%!important}!function(e,n,t){var o,c=e.getElementsByTagName(n)[0];e.getElementById(t)||(o=e.createElement(n),o.id=t,o.src="//connect.facebook.net/en_US/sdk.js#xfbml=1&version=v9.0",c.parentNode.insertBefore(o,c))}(document,"script","facebook-jssdk");Leave us a message! (we really do read them) .fb-comments,.fb-comments span,.fb-comments span iframe[style]{min-width:100%!important;width:100%!important}!function(e,n,t){var o,c=e.getElementsByTagName(n)[0];e.getElementById(t)||(o=e.createElement(n),o.id=t,o.src="//connect.facebook.net/en_US/sdk.js#xfbml=1&version=v9.0",c.parentNode.insertBefore(o,c))}(document,"script","facebook-jssdk"); The post EP51 – Having The Courage To Be Yourself with Billy Anderson appeared first on The Ignition Show.

1hr 7mins

28 Jan 2020

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Revenge of the Fuckboi W/ Billy Anderson

Comic's Book Club

Billy Anderson of the wildly successful Gateway Show comes on to talk about Tucker Fucking Max! Everyone in the early 2000's was an edgelord, hacky bad behavior, books that don't hold up, self congratulatory memoirs, how do you remember being such an asshole BUT you were in a blackout, turning being horrible into a successful business as a ghostwriter. Both Rebecca and Billy enjoyed this book when it came out and hated it this read. And that my friends? Is growth! @BillyTellsJokes @ComicsBookClub

56mins

16 Jan 2020

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