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These lively discussions bring Entrepreneur Media's journalists together with the most interesting, intriguing minds and leaders to discuss the challenges and rewards of entrepreneurship and innovation.

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These lively discussions bring Entrepreneur Media's journalists together with the most interesting, intriguing minds and leaders to discuss the challenges and rewards of entrepreneurship and innovation.

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By vhtyjkjgfhu - Nov 06 2019
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Well the content is good wisdom the rambling preamble and advertising is annoying-almost 7 minutes on today’s podcast before the subject took off

Great Podcast

By JackButala - May 26 2016
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Fantastic Podcast. Informative, interesting and entertaining. Five Stars.

iTunes Ratings

43 Ratings
Average Ratings
28
5
7
3
0

Good content

By vhtyjkjgfhu - Nov 06 2019
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Well the content is good wisdom the rambling preamble and advertising is annoying-almost 7 minutes on today’s podcast before the subject took off

Great Podcast

By JackButala - May 26 2016
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Fantastic Podcast. Informative, interesting and entertaining. Five Stars.
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Entrepreneur Network Podcast

Latest release on Jan 16, 2020

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These lively discussions bring Entrepreneur Media's journalists together with the most interesting, intriguing minds and leaders to discuss the challenges and rewards of entrepreneurship and innovation.

Rank #1: Sunday Goods CEO On Creative Ways To Stand Out In A Crowded Market

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Guest Yoram Heller is Co-Founder, Co-CEO of Sunday Goods, which offers premium sun-grown prerolls, effect pens, and flower. The company recently ventured into the California rec market, after having success with its medical products in Arizona. Yoram talks about the difference between Cali and Arizona and some of the unique ways his company is trying to make their mark in a crowded marketplace.

Jan 02 2020

33mins

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Rank #2: A Better Way to Sell Yourself

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Why are we not more comfortable selling ourselves? In this episode, host Jason Feifer reveals a common mistake he sees people make when pitching their work. Then, he turns to Jason Harris—CEO of the ad agency Mekanism, and author of the book "The Soulful Art of Persuasion"—for a plan on how to do better.

Dec 09 2019

26mins

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Rank #3: The Six-Step Plan for Success

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Nobody can see the pathway ahead of them. We’re all blind. But the people who succeed are the ones willing to walk in the dark anyway. On this episode, host Jason Feifer shares his six-step plan for success (step one: start moving!), and then talks with Gregg Clunis, host of the podcast Tiny Steps, Big Leaps, about how to find the motivation and will to take those steps.

May 13 2019

22mins

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Rank #4: Is Fear Stopping You From Self-Promotion?

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Right now, as you listen to this show, someone out there might be thinking about hiring or partnering with you—but they can't, because you haven't put enough of yourself out there. On this episode, we discuss fear and self-promotion with Kassi Underwood, an author and coach who focuses on overcoming fear.

Jul 15 2019

23mins

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Rank #5: The Best Employees Have Side Hustles

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Employers often discourage their team members from having side hustles. That's an insane policy, guaranteed to drive your most ambitious and creative people out of your company. Here's a better idea: Think of flexibility as a retention strategy. On this episode of Problem Solvers, we make the business case for embracing your side-hustling employees, and then talk to Jack Taylor PR founder Jon Bier—an employer who has completely changed his view on this subject.

Feb 18 2019

18mins

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Rank #6: Can't Beat 'Em? Do What They Overlooked

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What happens when your original vision just doesn't work? That's what happened to Jesse Wolfe, whose company O'Dang Hummus totally failed to place its hummus onto store shelves. This is the story of how Jesse rethought what his company does, listened to his customers, and came up with an entirely new way to reach retailers—and is now in 10,000 stores and counting. Learn more from our sponsor Masterclass at masterclass.com/problemsolvers

Oct 21 2019

22mins

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Rank #7: How to Grow Your Biz

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In this special episode brought to you by Mastercard in association with Bank of America, small business experts examine the art of the pitch and share proven growth strategies for success.

Dec 20 2018

33mins

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Rank #8: Know When (Or When Not) To Quit

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When things are going wrong, how do you know whether or not to keep going? That's the question that faced Kabir Shahani of Amperity, a company that, in its early days, missed a huge deadline and seemed unable to develop the technology it needed to thrive. Important, difficult questions had to be answered. Investors wanted to make sure their money wasn't being squandered. And in the end, Kabir learned an important lesson—both about when to keep going, and how to measure success.

Mar 04 2019

18mins

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Rank #9: How Do You Find Your First Customers?

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How do you find your first customers? It’s a question first-time founders are often flummoxed by. But Keith Krach has developed a tried-and-true strategy—starting during his days at Ariba (which sold for billions), and extending into his current time as chairman of Docusign. In this special live edition of Problem Solvers, taped at Entrepreneur Live in Los Angeles, Keith explains how to turn a company’s first customers into valuable ambassadors. (This episode originally aired 2/26/18. At the end, we catch up with Keith for an update in 2019.)

Jan 21 2019

26mins

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Rank #10: Barbara Corcoran Reveals How to Not Be Afraid Of Taking Risks - And Why She's Not a Fan of New Year's Resolutions

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The Shark Tank star shares her toughest money management lessons and how take your business to the next level.

Jan 16 2019

28mins

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Rank #11: The Founder of Meditation App Simple Habit Shares How She Finds Joy Amid Stress

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Yunha Kim shares how she keeps wellness a priority while she grows her company, which recently closed a $10 million series A funding round.

Dec 12 2018

23mins

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Rank #12: Barefoot Wine Turned A Crisis Into Major Growth

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Barefoot Wine is one of the largest wine brands in the world. But it was nearly destroyed in the very beginning, when it was forced to stop all sales for a month. Its founders panicked... and then used that suspension to create the greatest sales opportunity a young brand like theirs could ever hope for. This is the story of how Barefoot Wine grew by repeatedly turning errors into advantages.

Jun 17 2019

20mins

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Rank #13: Feeling Overwhelmed? Remember Who's In Control

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We strive. We hustle. We reach. And when we finally achieve a major victory, it can be... alarming! Because now the pressure is on even more. In this episode, we hear from writer Paul Kix about how he nearly buckled under the pressure of a high-profile book and movie project, and how a therapist's advice changed everything.

Nov 18 2019

21mins

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Rank #14: Simple Marketing Hacks from PR Specialist Rosie Mattio

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One of the toughest challenges facing cannabis entrepreneurs today is how to advertise and market their products when go-to options, such as Facebook and Google, are strictly limited. Rosie Mattio, founder of Mattio Communications, is one of the most successful public relations executives in the green space. She joins the show to offer tried-and-true strategies to finesse the regulations and get the word out about your company.

Apr 25 2019

29mins

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Rank #15: 'She Nailed That One'

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This episode features a lot of failed pitches, but there are lessons in every failure.

Jun 05 2019

19mins

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Rank #16: The Terrifying History of the Elevator

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Change can be scary, and entrepreneurs are at the forefront of that conflict. We invent things. We create change. But of course, that change can be scary… for other people, or for ourselves. What then? On this episode, we dive deep into what transformative change looks like—by examining the surprising, weird, often alarming history of the elevator. (Episode comes to us via the podcast Pessimists Archive, which is another show hosted by Problem Solvers host Jason Feifer.)

Dec 30 2019

44mins

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Rank #17: The Secret to Working With Family or Friends

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In this special episode, host Jason Feifer gets personal. Whenever he tells people that he wrote a novel (Mr. Nice Guy) with his wife, their reaction is always the same: "You're still married!?" To celebrate the release of the book, Jason and his wife Jennifer Miller talk about how they built a healthy working relationship while also strengthening their marriage, and what it takes for everyone else to do the same.

Oct 08 2018

31mins

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Rank #18: Tommy Baker and James Purpura

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Episode #144: Lean into Fear, Take Responsibility, and Create Your Path

Are you sitting on the sidelines of your life? It’s time to jump in the game and Tommy Baker of Resist Average Academy and Author of “The Leap of Your Life: How to Redefine Risk, Quit Waiting For 'Someday,' and Live Boldly” shares his wisdom on where to start. Sometimes a seemingly small, inconsequential decision will give you that spark of forward momentum you’ve been searching for. Listen in for Tommy’s breakdown of some of the prominent myths for success and growth. Next, we learn how understanding your perceptions and emotions can help you take responsibility of your life. James Purpura, Co-Founder of Powerful U, explains how he took charge of his path and created a program to assist others in doing the same. Tune in for tips on understanding how using a positive mindset can open up endless opportunities.
[00:00:00] Courage to Step into Your Next Leap
[00:05:03] Overcoming Your Fear and Doubt
[00:11:30] Dispelling Myths of Success and Growth
[00:18:21] From Victim to Creator of Your Life
[00:27:18] Taking Back the Power of Choice
[00:33:22] Harness a Positive Mindset for Success

Mar 26 2019

39mins

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Rank #19: 'I'm a Failed Entrepreneur'

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This episode features several rejected pitches and resilient founders. Catch up on all seasons of Entrepreneur Elevator Pitch here: https://www.entrepreneur.com/watch/elevatorpitch Apply for Season 5 here: entm.ag/eepapply Brought to you by Sprint Business. Visit http://sprint.com/elevatorpitch

Aug 21 2019

26mins

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Rank #20: LeafWorks Combats Fraud In Cannabis DNA

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How do you know what’s in the cannabis you’re planting? The label may say one thing, but the reality can be quite different. That’s where Leafworks comes in—a botanical identification company that tests DNA samples of plants so that buyers, sellers, and growers know what they’re getting. Leafworks’ CEO Eleanor Kuntz and CSO Kerin Law join the podcast to talk in laywoman’s terms about male vs. female marijuana, the fraud in the industry, and why understanding what’s in your weed matters.

Oct 31 2019

26mins

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Live From Green Entrepreneur's Saturday CBD Market

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We hosted a CBD Farmer's Market in Hollywood with other 25 vendors, including hemp rollers, yoga classes, massages, infused food, and other craziness. Host Jonathan Small speaks to some of the entrepreneurs on the floor about how and why they got into the CBD game, their greatest challenges, and best advice.

Jan 16 2020

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Get A Real Job Debuts January 21, 2020

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Dan Bova, editorial director of Entrepreneur.com, has high-energy chats with entrepreneurs who are pursuing careers that their parents, teachers and any sane person in their life can't wait for them to quit and "get a real job." Everyone from comedians to treasure hunters to craft brewers will explain the ups and downs of doing something that is decidedly not normal, that doesn't have a guaranteed future, but damn is it fun in the meantime.

Jan 15 2020

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MIndy Scheier On Pioneering The Fashion Industry's Adaptable Clothing Market

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There are over one billion people globally living with disabilities, but up until a few years ago no one in the fashion industry was making clothes for them. That was until Mindy Scheier started Runway of Dreams, a nonprofit that partnered with Tommy Hilfiger to create an adaptable clothing line. More recently, Mindy launched Gamut, a business that helps people with disabilities to find work in the adaptive economy.

Jan 15 2020

51mins

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How Mark Wahlberg Became So Disciplined

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To start the year 2020 right, take some lessons from the business world of Mark Wahlberg—who diligently, thoughtfully built himself into the most disciplined man in Hollywood.

Jan 13 2020

17mins

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How One Family Built a Multi-Million Dollar Weed Business With Just $2k

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The remarkable story of the Sadler family. Cody and George Sadler sit down with Green Entrepreneur Editor in Chief Jonathan Small to talk about how they built their family weed business, Platinum Vapes, off of the money they made selling a dirt bike. They’ve survived police raids, jail time, but they managed to come out on top.

Jan 09 2020

25mins

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Jeff Griffin and Tiffany Peterson Coach Us Through Life and Business

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You’ll hear it throughout your life often enough, “That’s impossible!” Surely, Author of “I'mpossible: Desire.Dream.Do” and Motivational Speaker of Griffin Motivation, Jeff Griffin, is no stranger to the world impossible. He heard enough after a tragic accident about how he’d never walk again, he’d never be able to have kids, and he’d never get married in his condition. Through willpower and ‘choosing to succeed’ Jeff has transformed his life after becoming paralyzed in a painting accident. Today, he has four kids, a beautiful wife, and recently climbed a mountain (on his feet!), and wants to teach you how you can use the principles he’s learned to enrich your life and business. Up next, we chat with a Life Coach who has had the benefit of being coached herself by many great minds, like Steven Covey, Robert Kiyosaki, and Jack Kenfield. Tiffany Peterson of TiffanySpeaks.com discusses the power of the self care tool box and learning how to cope with our emotions. There are no new emotions, Tiffany says, and it’s how we deal with our emotions when they are triggered that counts. Tiffany also challenges us to choose the kind of person we want to become every day, month and year, and then take steps to become that person, and trust ourselves along the way. Tune in for more sage wisdom.
[00:00:00] Facebook Opens Door to New Friendships
[00:05:25] Shattered Spine Dashes Football Dreams
[00:11:30] Success is a Choice with Three Parts
[00:18:21] Tiffany Peterson’s Storied Background
[00:25:46] Choose Who You Are and Trust Yourself
[00:33:22] Develop Your Self Care Tool Box

Jan 08 2020

39mins

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Marc Merrill On Rising Above Business Disasters To Achieve Unprecedented Success

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Marc Merrill is the Co-Founder of Riot Games. Riot created League of Legends, one of the most popular video games of all time. League of Legends World Championship rivals the Super Bowl viewership — with close to 100 million last year. The company even brought in $1.5 billion in revenue this past year. But when Marc started the company, there were times they barely had funds left to pay employees. They had disastrous technical failures at their live events, and nearly went out of business many times.

Jan 08 2020

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Diane Von Furstenberg Says: "Own It!"

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Do you sometimes feel like a loser? So does legendary fashion designer Diane Von Furstenberg—and she admits it here! In this episode, Diane shares a healthy perspective on life... and how the most important thing is owning what you do.

Jan 06 2020

19mins

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Sunday Goods CEO On Creative Ways To Stand Out In A Crowded Market

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Guest Yoram Heller is Co-Founder, Co-CEO of Sunday Goods, which offers premium sun-grown prerolls, effect pens, and flower. The company recently ventured into the California rec market, after having success with its medical products in Arizona. Yoram talks about the difference between Cali and Arizona and some of the unique ways his company is trying to make their mark in a crowded marketplace.

Jan 02 2020

33mins

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Ryan Harms - From Winemaker to CEO, Ryan Lewis Talks Navigating the Cannabinoid Industry

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When you think of wine, you might think of a bottle, or even a box, but a can? Ryan Harms, Owner and Founder of Union Wine Company, has built an empire around canned wine in southern Oregon, and has seen year over year growth of 40% or more! We discover the journey that took him from Winemaker to CEO of the largest canned wine distributor. It wasn’t all profit and glory, and Ryan has perhaps the biggest tip for any aspiring entrepreneurs: don’t lose sight of the thing that matters most on your path to success - your family. Next up, we learn about the burgeoning cannabis industry and how to build a successful business around these previously shunned products with Founder and CEO of Global Cannabinoids, Ryan Lewis. There is still much we don’t know about this miracle plant, but new research has revealed its unique ability to produce cannabinoids, or ingredients found within hemp and marijuana plants, that can perform a variety of medical functions. From sleep aids to cancer treatment, the possibilities are endless. Also, find out how a focus on building relationships, maintaining clear communication, and market research positioned Ryan to become the first global B to B, bulk seller of hemp. Tune in to get great tips for your business from Entrepreneur Weekly.
· [00:00:00] Union Wine Company’s Meteoric Growth
· [00:05:50] Ryan Harms’ Journey: Winemaker to CEO
· [00:11:30] The Number 1 Mistake Entrepreneurs Make
· [00:18:20] Building a Cannabinoid Business
· [00:27:11] The Science of Growing Cannabinoids
· [00:33:21] Communication, Marketing, and Research

Jan 01 2020

39mins

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Danny Meyer On How Customer Experience Has Always Been HIs Secret Sauce

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There is a reason we choose to pay $5 for a cup of coffee. The customers aren't paying for the coffee, they are paying for the experience of being at Starbucks. Danny Meyer the famed restauranteur was doing this before the term "experience economy" was even coined back in the 1990's. He opened his first restaurant in New York City called Union Square Cafe back in 1985 and one thing he has always done better than anyone else in the business is offer an incredible experience.

Jan 01 2020

45mins

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The Terrifying History of the Elevator

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Change can be scary, and entrepreneurs are at the forefront of that conflict. We invent things. We create change. But of course, that change can be scary… for other people, or for ourselves. What then? On this episode, we dive deep into what transformative change looks like—by examining the surprising, weird, often alarming history of the elevator. (Episode comes to us via the podcast Pessimists Archive, which is another show hosted by Problem Solvers host Jason Feifer.)

Dec 30 2019

44mins

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'You're Going to Get Told 'No' 10,000 Times'

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This episode of our weekly pitch show begins with a tense exchange between one entrepreneur and our investors.

Dec 29 2019

23mins

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Mike Crowe Demystifies Insurance, Terry Jones Teaches Us to Embrace Disruption

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Whether you’re the CEO of a large corporation or the average work-a-day Joe, insurance is a big decision, and an even bigger expenditure every month. Find out how Clearsurance Founder and CEO, Mike Crowe, built an impartial insurance aggregation platform that can help you find the right insurance for your car, health, or business based on our needs. Insurance is a competitive and profitable field, listen in to pierce the veil of insurance agents and save on your bills. Insurance hasn’t been fully aggregated like the airline and travel industry has, with sites like Travelocity dominating the scene and giving you reliable price comparisons, and Clearsurance is disrupting the marketplace. Founder of Travelocity, Co-founder of Kayak.com, and Author of Disruption OFF, Terry Jones, knows A LOT about disruptive technologies and their influence on various markets, from his time on the board of 17 different companies and work helping to build the online travel site, Travelocity, from within American Airlines in the mid 1990s. Tune in to find out how you can recognize, adapt, and succeed in the face of incoming industry disruption. His most recent book, Disruption OFF: The Technological Disruption Coming for Your Company and What to Do About It, contains amazingly valuable information for any entrepreneur, in an easily digestible 100 short-chapter format. Check it out on Amazon.com.         [00:00:00] Put Your Insurance Out to Bid       [00:05:51] Get the Full Picture with Clearsurance       [00:11:30] What Drives Clearsurance Profit?       [00:18:21] Perspective: Innovation Vs. Disruption       [00:26:50] Meet Change Head On with Disruption OFF       [00:33:22] Lessons From Innovative Companies

Dec 25 2019

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Alexa Von Toble On Trying To Start A Business In The Middle of The Great Recession

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Starting a business at any time can be scary but how about dropping out of school to start a business during the greatest recession in the history of the world? To make a move like that can be downright frightening. Alexa Von Toble literally left Harvard Business School before graduating to pursue her mission to educate everyday Americans on how to manage their own finances.

Dec 25 2019

44mins

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'You've Gotta Listen to Him Because of the Suit'

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This episode of our weekly show starts with a strong pitch and a serious ask.

Dec 24 2019

23mins

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He Went to Prison For A Ponzi Scheme. Now, A Fresh Start.

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Neal Goyal ran a ponzi scheme, defrauded investors out of roughly $9 million, and spent years in prison for his crime. Today he’s out, and we have a frank conversation about what leads someone to make the kind of decisions he made, and the amount of soul searching and self-repair required to come back from it.

Dec 23 2019

56mins

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Why Recess Beverages Markets the Feeling Not The CBD Itself

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Guest Ben Witte is the founder and CEO of Recess, which makes hemp-infused sparkling water beverages. Recess markets itself more on the feeling the drink enables than the actual compound of CBD itself—much the way Starbucks markets the drinks not the caffeine. In a CBD-obsessed world, this is an interesting business decision. We get to the bottom of it.

Dec 19 2019

28mins

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Bonnie Kelly on Self-Sabotage and Jordan Paris’ Three Criteria for Success

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Stop being your own worst enemy in business. First up, Founder of Rebels for Joy and Speaker, Author, and Coach, Bonnie Kelly, shares her amazing story of struggle and success. We discover how to use ‘mindfu’ to get to the bottom of what is holding us back and causing us to self-sabotage our own business interests. Then, Host of Growth Mindset University and Author of Amazon #1 Best-Selling book, The Podcast Playbook, and Founder of Jordan Paris Marketing and Production,  Jordan Paris, fills us in on how hard work, perseverance, and the three simple principles of having fun, helping people, and making lots of money inform all of his decisions. Tune in and learn how to get ahead in business.   · [00:00:00] Joy is the Meaning of Life · [00:05:49] Self-Sabotage is Your Biggest Enemy · [00:11:30] Rebels for Joy - Exercise Your MindFu · [00:18:21] Hard Work and Perseverance Pay Off · [00:26:28] Why Jordan Only Interviews His Heroes · [00:33:22] Have Fun, Help People, Make Money

Dec 18 2019

39mins

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'You've Got 3 Seconds to Choose'

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Will anyone earn an investment in this episode of our weekly pitch show?

Dec 18 2019

19mins

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iTunes Ratings

43 Ratings
Average Ratings
28
5
7
3
0

Good content

By vhtyjkjgfhu - Nov 06 2019
Read more
Well the content is good wisdom the rambling preamble and advertising is annoying-almost 7 minutes on today’s podcast before the subject took off

Great Podcast

By JackButala - May 26 2016
Read more
Fantastic Podcast. Informative, interesting and entertaining. Five Stars.