Rank #1: Episode 31.5 - Conference best practices
After a stop in Seattle, The Startup Addict breaks down attending conferences
Rank #2: Episode 30.5 - Be honest with yourself
What can you do when a process you've been following for so long fails? The Startup Addict explains why honesty is your best path forward.
Rank #3: Episode 29 - Decision-making
The decision-making process is never easy but The Startup Addict says there is one key thing you can focus on to simplify it.
Rank #4: Episode 30 - Lessons learned the hard way
What lessons has The Startup Addict learned the hard way even though people may have tried to tell him in advance?
Rank #5: Episode 27 - Legacy
The Startup Addict breaks down what legacy means and how personal legacy differs from what your business leaves behind.
Rank #6: Episode 26.5 - Money and Mayans
How does The Startup Addict view money? Plus, we break down the series premiere of Mayans.
Rank #7: Episode 7 - Mind, body and fitness
On this episode, The Startup Addict discusses the role of fitness in business. How can you optimize your mind by taking some time to focus on your body? The Startup Addict cuts through all the fat in Episode 7.
Rank #8: Episode 26 - Focusing on your vision
Give your business its best possible chance at success by staying true to your vision.
Rank #9: Episode 25.5 - The tifo
The Startup Addict was on a mission last week: to build the first ever Suifo. Find out what lessons we learned along the way.
Rank #10: Episode 6 - Seeds of Failure
On this episode, The Startup Addict discusses failure. Along with providing business and real-world analogies, The StartUp Addict pinpoints three main causes of failure, and what can be done to stop it. Failure doesn't have to be catastrophic -- The Star
Rank #11: Episode 24.5 - Take control
When life throws you off your paddle board, remember that you’re in control.
Rank #12: Episode 21 - Mindset
How you think is how you’ll do.
Rank #13: Episode 8 - Idea to company: Speed Quarters
On this episode, we’ll examine what happens when we decide to turn an idea into reality and why timing isn’t always the most important thing when trying to bring you business concept to life.
Rank #14: Episode 24 - Time to quit your job?
Are you thinking of taking the plunge into entrepreneurship? Then you do not want to miss this episode.
Rank #15: Episode 14 - Decision making in business
When your business faces a major decision, what process do you undergo to keep it all moving forward? The Startup Addict breaks all of that down in Episode 14.
Rank #16: Episode 7.5 - Timing isn't everything
What is greater than when. On this episode, The Startup Addict discusses the advantage of rebuilding momentum for ideas that might have gotten lost over time.
Rank #17: Episode 4 - What motivates The Startup Addict?
Motivation can be a hard thing to define. On this episode of The Startup Addict, we break down how to stay motivated with your idea by going through real-life scenarios of past successes and failures. Where does true motivation come from? How does motivation drive a really good idea forward? What happens to motivation when you fail? Believe us, there is plenty to dissect on this episode of The Startup Addict.
Rank #18: Episode 3 - I co-founded YouTube.com, with Chad Hurley
It's a very special episode of the Startup Addict as one of the most successful members of the PayPal Mafia and co-founder of YouTube.com, Chad Hurley, joins the show. Chad talks the fellas through the inception of YouTube all the way through its meteoric rise (and sale). What were the company's early challenges? How did Chad's team overcome them? Hear the story of how YouTube almost never was. And Chad pinpoints the strategy that made YouTube stand out from the competition and thrive.
Rank #19: Episode 2 - How to invest in the Golden State Warriors
In episode 2, Nick Swinmurn talks you through how he was able to fulfill a childhood dream and become a member of the Golden State Warriors ownership group. How did he first contact the team? What was the pitch like to be a part of the group? What's it like rubbing elbows with the best basketball team on planet Earth? Does he ever think about selling his share of the team? And, in a very special bonus, Chad Hurley, co-founder of YouTube joins in on the conversation -- he too a member of the same investor group. What was the experience like for him? Take it from us, it's super interesting hearing them compare and contrast their stories.
Rank #20: Episode 5 - Be your own Startup
The Startup Addicts welcomes Brandon Schneider for episode 5. Now in his 16th season with the Warriors, is responsible for all strategic planning and execution related to the organization’s ticket and suite sales, services, and operations efforts. He also manages the team’s retail business both online and at Oracle Arena, and remains laser focused on continuing to improve the overall fan experience at Oracle Arena. Brandon story and his climb up the ladder with Golden State typifies an entrepreneur's mentality. His story will inspire you to take proper perspective of the opportunities that surround you and truly optimize them on your ascent to the top. This is a can't miss episode for anyone that feels like starting at the ground floor has no upside. You'll quickly see that success is based on your perspective, passion and how hard you're willing to work.