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CEO & Publisher of Foundr Magazine, Nathan Chan

We interview hard to reach entrepreneurs. (Mark Cuban, Tim Ferriss, Sophia Amoruso, Tony Robbins, Barbara Corcoran, Daymond John & many more). Unlike most podcast interview series Nathan Chan literally started from knowing nothing. He was just an ...Show More
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258: The Story Behind Game-Changing Travel Brand Away, With Founder Steph Korey

33:38 | Jul 9th

Selling Luggage and a Lifestyle How Steph Korey and Jen Rubio co-founded a luggage company for the modern adventurer that is taking the world by storm. Jen Rubio called her friend Steph Korey to vent about an irritating, expensive problem that just a...Show More
257: How Ryan Hoover Grew Product Hunt From Humble Email List to Tech Trendsetter

43:49 | Jul 2nd

Hunting for the Next Big Thing: How Ryan Hoover established an online home for tech geeks that changed the way makers get inspired, recruit, and launch their products. When he wasn’t overseeing the gumball machines at his parents’ video game store as...Show More
256: How The Meet Group CEO Geoff Cook Built An Empire Based on Human Connections

41:53 | Jun 25th

A Digital Meet Cute  How Geoff Cook linked up dating apps and live-streamed video to form a happy and profitable relationship. Geoff Cook has built a small empire of successful meeting and dating apps—beginning long before anyone ever swiped right on...Show More
255: How Jim’s Group CEO Jim Penman Went From Mowing Lawns to Being a Household Name in Australia

35:38 | Jun 18th

Great service is hard to come by. This eternal problem is what Jim Penman set out to solve when he started his part-time lawn-mowing business—and even though his business has since grown into a multimillion-dollar enterprise known as Jim’s Group, it’...Show More
254: A Behind-The-Scenes Look at How Foundr CEO Nathan Chan Built A Global Brand

1:07:06 | Jun 12th

Success doesn’t happen overnight. This is something Foundr CEO Nathan Chan knows all too well. Before he started his business, Nathan was in a common predicament: he hated his job and he had no idea what career path to take. It took many steps to pla...Show More
253: How Refinery29 Defied Critics and Became a Digital Media Pioneer, With Co-Founders Christene Barberich and Piera Gelardi

43:58 | Jun 4th

“I think about how little we knew, but how—I believe—how courageous we were,” says Christene Barberich, reflecting on the early days of Refinery29. Before she and co-founder Piera Gelardi were the women at the helm of one of the fastest-growing digi...Show More
252: The Refinery29 Story—From Bar Napkin Sketch to Media Empire, with Philippe von Borries and Justin Stefano

32:30 | May 29th

Media, Refined How four founders turned a sketch on a cocktail napkin into an iconic digital media brand. One night in 2004, in a bar in New York City, three ambitious entrepreneurs huddled around a cocktail napkin and sketched out a vision. They ess...Show More
251: How a Humble Typewriter Salesman Started a Software Company Now Worth Billions, With Red Hat Co-Founder Bob Young

56:02 | May 23rd

The Open Source CEO Bob Young’s journey from renting typewriters to co-founding an open-source software company to founding a self-publishing platform. Entrepreneurship carries a lot of prestige these days. But back in the 1970s, when one freshly min...Show More
250: How Dollar Shave Club Used Mission, Humor, and Viral Videos to Lead Up to a $1B Acquisition, With Michael Dubin

29:23 | May 16th

A viral video put Dollar Shave Club on the map, but it took a team to get it where it is today. CEO Michael Dubin talks about DSC’s growth, acquisition, and expanding product line. It was the commercial seen round the internet. On March 6, 2012, Doll...Show More
249: How Blinkist’s Bite-Sized Book Summaries Attracted 9M Users, with Niklas Jansen

34:15 | May 7th

Raise your hand if you’ve experienced the all-too-common dilemma of wanting to read new books but instead falling slave to long hours and mindless digital content consumption. (I’m raising mine right now.) Self-education takes time, and time is often...Show More
248: On Emerging Technologies and Creating a World of Abundance, With Peter Diamandis of XPRIZE

29:23 | May 2nd

The Sky’s the Limit Space enthusiast, doctor, and serial entrepreneur Peter Diamandis on abundance, exponential technologies, and why the world is better than you think. Ever since he was a child, Peter Diamandis has been looking up, literally and fi...Show More
247: Finding Your Focus as a Serial Entrepreneur, With Jake McKeon of Coconut Bowls

51:21 | Apr 24th

The Power of Focus How Jake McKeon of Coconut Bowls stopped chasing new ideas, and scaled a business and community that he’s passionate about. Jake McKeon considers himself an idea man, and that’s not always been a good thing. For years, he lept from...Show More
246: Co-Founder Matthew Brimer on General Assembly’s Tremendous Growth and $412M Exit

36:54 | Apr 17th

Matthew was a guest of StartCon, Australia’s largest startup and growth conference. It was held at Randwick Racecourse in Sydney on Nov. 30 and Dec. 1. When he was young, Matthew Brimer spent his days taking apart old electronics and dreaming of spac...Show More
245: Crafting a Brand Worn by the NBA, NFL, AND Navy SEALS, With Aidan Clarke of 2XU and SA1NT

28:44 | Apr 9th

How Aidan Clarke grew global brands 2XU and Saint by prioritizing product. In a market saturated with quick, cheap fashion, building a high-quality, global apparel empire was not an easy feat—but in 13 short years, Aidan Clarke paved a way. It took a...Show More
244: Viral Growth and Influencer Marketing in Ecommerce, with Ben Francis of Gymshark

34:57 | Apr 3rd

At 16, he began building websites. At 18, he became a regular at the gym. At 20, he started sewing and screen-printing workout apparel in his garage. By 26, when most adults are only on the cusps of their careers, Ben Francis had already launched a v...Show More
243: The 5 Traits That Help Founders Go From Dreamer to Doer, With Kim Perell of Amobee

40:49 | Mar 26th

When Kim Perell landed a job at a hot new internet startup in 1998, she thought she had hit the jackpot. She loved her job and learned a lot, but when the dot-com bubble burst, the startup went bankrupt. What was once a dream company that she recruit...Show More
242: How Tony Fernandes Bought an Airline for Under $1 and Made it a Leading Carrier

42:45 | Mar 21st

Tony Fernandes has worn many hats over the course of his decades-long career. And if the Group CEO of AirAsia (and former host of The Apprentice Asia) ever finds himself dissatisfied with a signature look, he’ll just invent a new one. “You have to ke...Show More
241: Mastering Behavior-Based Email Marketing, with Jimmy Kim of Sendlane

54:30 | Mar 13th

Life in the Fast Lane From washing cars, to selling them, to building businesses, Sendlane CEO Jimmy Kim credits focus as the key to his rise to the top. Like many children of Asian-American immigrants, Jimmy Kim knew his parents had high expectation...Show More
240: How to Use Excellent Customer Support to Stand Out in a Crowded Market, With Ross Paquette of Maropost

48:08 | Mar 5th

When Ross Andrew Paquette founded email service provider Maropost in 2011, he never expected it to take off. “The plan was to have 10 customers and maybe sit by the pool a little more often than not,” he says with a laugh. But since then, he’s scaled...Show More
239: The Importance of Being Bold in Business, With Real Estate Mogul Dottie Herman

38:17 | Feb 25th

You don’t become the richest self-made woman in American real estate by playing it safe. Dottie Herman has proved time and time again that bold moves pay off. In the 1980s, in a maneuver that solidified her path to the top in real estate, Herman flew...Show More
238: Juggling Multiple Projects and Knowing When to Step Away, With Grasshopper Founder David Hauser

44:27 | Feb 20th

David Hauser’s life changed forever the moment he taught himself how to code. Like so many other nascent entrepreneurs, the power of computer programming set him on a lifelong path as a tinkerer, always fine-tuning and building in an effort to shape ...Show More
237: Find Your ‘Talk Trigger’ to Spark Powerful Word-of-Mouth, With Jay Baer of Convince & Convert

49:02 | Feb 12th

Jay Baer was born to be in business. As a seventh-generation entrepreneur, he always knew he’d start his own company one day. Over the years, his ventures have run the gamut—from an early internet company to a design firm to his popular marketing con...Show More
236: Bootstrapping a $300M Cinema Company, With Grant Petty of Blackmagic Design

53:33 | Feb 5th

“I don’t think CEOs should be able to be CEOs if they can’t code,” says Grant Petty, founder and CEO of Blackmagic Design. That’s a bold statement, but Petty is a bold guy. Working as an engineer in the television industry, he realized the technology...Show More
235: Sell Like Crazy: Psychology, Sales Funnels, and Paid Ads, With Sabri Suby of King Kong

38:44 | Jan 30th

These days, Sabri Suby reigns supreme as the founder of King Kong, Australia’s fastest-growing digital marketing agency. But he’s come a long way since his first job, selling ink cartridges over the phone, which he describes as a “cold, hard slap to ...Show More
234: How Tobi Pearce of Sweat Used Instagram to Launch a Fitness Empire

30:03 | Jan 22nd

Heavy Lifting From humble beginnings to fitness empire, Sweat CEO Tobi Pearce tells us what it takes to run a multimillion-dollar business and grow a powerful brand with a significant other. At just 26, Tobi Pearce has accomplished a lot. He’s the CE...Show More
233: How a Bootstrapped Ecommerce Company Took on Amazon, With Steve Traurig of Booktopia

35:52 | Jan 16th

Steve was a guest of StartCon, Australia’s largest startup and growth conference. It was held over two days at Randwick Racecourse in Sydney on Nov. 30 and Dec. 1. One For The Books The story of Booktopia, ‘Australia’s favorite bookstore,’ and how th...Show More
232: Create a Company Culture That’s Healthy and Profitable, With David Heinemeier Hansson of Basecamp

56:55 | Jan 10th

Eighteen years ago, David Heinemeier Hansson was a college student sitting in his little apartment in Copenhagen when he stumbled across a blog post by 37signals (which would later become Basecamp), a Chicago-based design company he had long admired....Show More
231: How to Do Your Best Work by Working Less, With Jason Fried of Basecamp

58:33 | Jan 2nd

Ditching Growth and Setting Up Camp How Jason Fried and David Heinemeier Hansson turned their backs on lofty goals and created a profitable tech company quite unlike any other. Growth is exciting. Sales boosts, climbing revenue, and eager investors a...Show More
230: Startup Legends Talk Hiring, Branding, and Core Values, With Oli Gardner of Unbounce and Ryan Deiss of DigitalMarketer

46:53 | Dec 18th, 2018

Most of Foundr’s podcast episodes are one-on-one chats, usually focusing on a particular foundr or their business. This time around, we were fortunate enough to sit down, in person, with two startup icons, and explore some of the most important facet...Show More
229: Mastering Copywriting and Finding Your Flow With Arman Assadi of Project EVO

1:04:15 | Dec 11th, 2018

NEW COURSE ALERT: Entrepreneur, we wanted you to be the first to know that we’ve collaborated with Arman Assadi to bring you our brand new copywriting course. Learn the copywriting secrets behind 11 seven-figure product launches, taught by Arman hims...Show More
228: A Serial Founder’s Fight for Mass Adoption of Cryptocurrencies, With Alex Mashinsky of Celsius

52:58 | Dec 4th, 2018

Serial founder and VOIP pioneer Alex Mashinsky has founded eight companies and raised more than a billion dollars in collective funding since his entrepreneurial start in the 1990s—and he is showing no signs of slowing down. Mashinsky is the founder ...Show More
227: From a $20M Business to Starting Over With a New Vision, with Erika Geraerts of Fluff

41:23 | Nov 27th, 2018

Frank Body co-founder Erika Geraerts left her $20 million coffee scrub company to invent a new category within the beauty industry. She's now on a mission to empower young girls everywhere to feel more comfortable with themselves. According to this f...Show More
226: Why Makeup Mogul Bobbi Brown Never Wants to Build Another Billion-Dollar Brand

31:50 | Nov 21st, 2018

Bobbi Brown has spent her life helping people embrace who they are. Embracing herself—strengths and weaknesses—has also proven to be a powerful career strategy. The veteran makeup artist and founder of the eponymous cosmetics line built her empire on...Show More
225: New Founders Doubled Business and Hit Their First $10K Month (Consulting Empire Spotlight: Part 2)

28:51 | Nov 13th, 2018

Welcome to part two of our two-part podcast series that’s shining the spotlight on successful entrepreneurs who hail right from our very own Foundr community! If you haven’t listened to part one featuring Gavin Symes, you can check it out right here....Show More
224: Gavin Symes Scales His Consulting Business to $50K/Month in 3 Months (Consulting Empire Spotlight: Part 1)

33:13 | Nov 7th, 2018

The Foundr community is full of passionate people from all walks of life, in the trenches daily doing what it takes to make their startup dreams a reality. In this week’s podcast, we want to highlight one of these entrepreneurs we’re especially proud...Show More
223: How WPBeginner’s Syed Balkhi Rocketed to Success, Aiding Millions of Wordpress Users

40:53 | Oct 30th, 2018

New to the US from Pakistan, Syed Balkhi was a lonely and isolated 12-year-old. Unable to speak English fluently, he took to communicating with new friends—computers—and quickly found comfort interacting with these non-human companions. Soon Balkhi w...Show More
222: From Canines to Co-Working: Tobi Skovron’s Journey to Creating Two Revolutionary Products

57:13 | Oct 22nd, 2018

Tobi Skovron, Founder, CreativeCubes.co Dog toilets and co-working spaces? An unlikely pairing. But if you talk to Tobi Skovron, you'll find they have one thing in common—they inspired him to create two passion-filled businesses and realize his dream...Show More
221: Zero to $9 Million in 4 years: How Chris Peters & Rob Ward Built Quad Lock From a Kickstarter Campaign

1:01:08 | Oct 16th, 2018

Welcome to our newest podcast format, video interviews! You can expect more of this format in the coming months. Subscribe to our YouTube channel here to be notified when we publish new videos. Today I had the pleasure of sitting down with the co-fou...Show More
220: Building Community as the Foundation for a Successful Content Business, With Carly Zakin & Danielle Weisberg of theSkimm

30:49 | Oct 9th, 2018

Carly Zakin and Danielle Weisberg started their business as good friends on a couch, with nothing but their laptops and a healthy dose of hustle. Today, their millennial women-focused media company theSkimm serves seven million daily subscribers, emp...Show More
219: From Bankrupt to Bestseller: How Mike Michalowicz Used His Own Failures to Empower Other Entrepreneurs

46:16 | Oct 2nd, 2018

Mike Michalowicz appeared to have everything an entrepreneur could want—big companies and lots of revenue coming in. But things aren’t always as they seem. As Michalowicz was high on fleeting indicators of success, his businesses were leaking profits...Show More
218: Slow Growth and Risk Aversion Wins the Entrepreneurial Race, With Aytekin Tank of JotForm

48:04 | Sep 25th, 2018

“It took me 10 years [to create my own business], because I didn’t have the courage to start. But I still had this belief that one day I would start it.” Fortunately for Aytekin Tank and 3.7 million happy users, he ultimately did start that business—...Show More
217: Mastering the Messy Middle and Finishing Strong, With Scott Belsky of Behance

33:42 | Sep 18th, 2018

Scott Belsky, Behance founder, investor, and author of the new book The Messy Middle, is a strong believer in putting in the hard work and then finishing strong. His nine-figure exit from Behance is a testament to this tenacity and determination. Beh...Show More
216: The Art of Creating High-Converting Landing Pages, With Oli Gardner, Co-Founder of Unbounce

54:02 | Sep 11th, 2018

“Ninety-eight percent of landing pages are just plain bad.” This is what Unbounce founder Oli Gardner declared when he began his public speaking circuit four years ago. A bold statement, but he would know. As co-founder of the landing page software b...Show More
215: Navigating the Unpredictable Journey From Failure to Triumph, With Stuart McKeown, Co-Founder of Gleam

59:01 | Sep 5th, 2018

Stuart McKeown started his entrepreneurial career as a college dropout, had a short-lived stint as a DJ, and then lost thousands of dollars on his first startup attempt. But he's nothing if not persistent. McKeown is now a growth marketing and list-b...Show More
214: Nailing Product-Market Fit and Building a Successful Startup, With Legendary VC and Wealthfront CEO Andy Rachleff

45:55 | Aug 30th, 2018

Andy Rachleff is not just a product expert; he literally coined the term “product-market fit.” Wealthfront CEO, former VC backing companies such as eBay, Uber, and Twitter, and technology entrepreneurship instructor at the Stanford Graduate School of...Show More
213: Overcoming Depression and Starting Over: Behind the Scenes With Rand Fishkin, Moz Founder

37:55 | Aug 22nd, 2018

You may know former Moz CEO Rand Fishkin from his characteristic curly mustache, Whiteboard Friday videos, or his SEO mastery. But this interview isn’t about linking, Google rankings, or gray-hat practices. Or mustaches. In our chat with Fishkin, he ...Show More
212: Behind the Scenes With 3 Start & Scale Ecommerce Success Stories

1:28:19 | Aug 16th, 2018

We are always blown away by the success stories within the Foundr community, and we take every opportunity we can to shine the spotlight on them. In today's podcast, I am thrilled to present to you three of our Start & Scale ecommerce course students...Show More
211: Contently’s Shane Snow on Building a Content Empire and Then Returning to His Writing Roots

47:36 | Aug 9th, 2018

While he always had a passion for entrepreneurship, Shane Snow started his career as a freelance journalist, and during that time noticed how many of his peers were struggling to market themselves and find work. This frustration fueled his desire to ...Show More
210: How to Create a Multimillion-Dollar Software Product the Market Actually Wants, With Crazy Egg’s Hiten Shah

49:05 | Aug 1st, 2018

Hiten Shah has a killer track record when comes to creating software products. He and his co-founders have built several multimillion-dollar releases, including Crazy Egg and KISSmetrics, and many of their features were the first of their kind to hit...Show More
209: How Two Fintech Entrepreneurs Found Stable Ground in a Volatile Space, With CoinJar’s Asher Tan and Ryan Zhou

32:02 | Jul 25th, 2018

It only took six hours for Asher Tan and Ryan Zhou to put together the incubator pitch for CoinJar, a vision for a next-gen personal finance account that would capitalize on the growing interest in bitcoin and other digital currencies. Five years lat...Show More
208: How a Charitable Mission and Influencer Marketing Sparked Massive Growth, With Griffin Thall of Pura Vida

41:11 | Jul 19th, 2018

For Pura Vida co-founders Griffin Thall and Paul Goodman, a chance meeting with two Native jewelry artisans on a beach in Costa Rica sparked an idea that would forever change their lives. They're now running a rapidly growing brand that not only insp...Show More
207: BigCommerce Co-Founder Talks Scaling to $100M While Minimizing Risk and Stress

53:16 | Jul 11th, 2018

I’m excited to share a very special interview with you today! Mitchell Harper has been my long-time mentor and coach and a driving force behind Foundr’s success. I’m thrilled to share his story with you so you can glean some entrepreneurial gold from...Show More
206: From Animator to Tech Educator, Lynda Weinman Reflects on a $1.5B Exit and Her New Career

47:47 | Jul 5th, 2018

Lynda Weinman sold her 20-year company Lynda.com to LinkedIn for $1.5 billion. What is she doing now? She is reinventing herself and enjoying her new role as a champion of independent film. Weinman is no stranger to the concept of reinvention. In fac...Show More
205: Finding a Mission and Making the World a Healthier Place, With Munjal Shah of Health IQ

55:52 | Jun 28th, 2018

A health crisis that landed Munjal Shah in the ER turned out to be the catalyst for his next mission: making the world a healthier place. On the day Munjal Shah started running a 10K race back in 2010, he was on top of the world. Just the day before,...Show More
204: Taking the Road Less Traveled to Build the Business of Your Dreams, With Mike Dillard of Self Made Man

55:10 | Jun 21st, 2018

In business, in life, and even behind the wheel of his actual race car, Mike Dillard goes from zero to 60 in the blink of an eye. In stark contrast to his calm voice and introverted nature, Dillard is a pioneer willing to crash through boundaries and...Show More
203: The One-Two Punch for Sustainable, Consistent Startup Growth, With Dmitry Dragilev of JustReachOut

45:03 | Jun 14th, 2018

Dmitry Dragilev has a typical entrepreneurial story, but maybe a little more extreme. Bored in his dead-end, corporate job, he was fearful of ending up like his older, unsatisfied peers. One day, Dragilev read in a magazine about what was going on in...Show More
202: How Eric Siu Bought Single Grain for $2 and Turned it into a Marketing Powerhouse

53:55 | Jun 6th, 2018

The Comeback Kid In 2013, Eric Siu bought a failing SEO agency for two dollars. Today, he’s built it into a digital marketing powerhouse that serves giants of the tech industry. These days, Eric Siu rubs elbows with the internet marketing elite, host...Show More
201: Zero to $10 Million in 4 Years: How King Kong’s Sabri Suby Went from Work-at-Home Consultant to Booming Agency Founder

58:28 | May 30th, 2018

To Sabri Suby, business is a jungle and only the strong survive. To be successful, you need to dominate the digital landscape and crush the competition into a fine powder. That fierce attitude has served Suby, and his clients, very well over the year...Show More
200: Foundr’s Story: How a Humble Side Project Became a Global Brand, with CEO Nathan Chan [Special 200th Episode]

1:09:55 | May 23rd, 2018

I refuse to lose.” It's the mantra that has guided Foundr CEO Nathan Chan through the highs and lows of becoming an entrepreneur. It helped him resist the naysayers, and confront deep insecurities and self-doubt, to build the business he fell in love...Show More
199: From Passion To Profit: How Payal Kadakia Turned Her Love of Dance into a Global Enterprise

34:41 | May 16th, 2018

As a lifelong, accomplished dancer, Payal Kadakia never thought she would become an entrepreneur. But it was that very love of dance that compelled her to help others pursue or rekindle their own passions. Driven by a strong desire to create somethin...Show More
198: How This Breakdancer Built a 6-Figure Instagram Business and Travels the World for Free (Instagram Domination Student Spotlight)

31:38 | May 9th, 2018

In today’s podcast, we are shining the spotlight on one of our successful Instagram Domination students, Zach Benson. This driven entrepreneur is in the trenches daily doing what it takes to make his startup dreams (and travel dreams) a reality. And ...Show More
197: Technology and Tacos—From Fired Facebook Employee to Eight-Figure Founder, With Noah Kagan of Sumo

57:26 | May 2nd, 2018

At 24 years of age Noah Kagan got tired of being fired. After getting the boot from Facebook and other companies, Kagan decided to create his own job and live life by his own rules. Those rules included posting taco-loving blogs, shooting over-the-to...Show More
196: Fueling Massive Growth by Adopting a Culture of Experimentation, With Dan Siroker Of Optimizely

28:38 | Apr 25th, 2018

Dan Siroker has always believed in the power of data and experimentation. A former project manager at Google and director of analytics under President Barack Obama, Siroker believes that experimentation should be one of the highest-order cultural val...Show More
195: From Pro Skateboarder to Running a Brand-Building Empire, With Rob Dyrdek of Dyrdek Machine

38:19 | Apr 18th, 2018

Growing up as a fanatical skateboarder first in Ohio and then moving to California as a teen to pursue skating professionally, many of his friends and fellow skateboarders were older than him and running their own businesses. From a very young age, h...Show More
194: From Zero To $20 Million, A Story Of Courage And Relentless Discipline, with Steve McLeod of Fire And Safety Australia

49:49 | Apr 11th, 2018

Former firefighter Steve McLeod turned his passion for helping people into a nationwide business, scaling his Fire and Safety Australia company to eight figures in 10 years. In addition to running a profitable company, McLeod also empowers entreprene...Show More
193: The Power of Empathy in Workplace Leadership, With Gary Muller of The Mill House Inn

46:49 | Apr 4th, 2018

Gary Muller’s company is thriving. His Mill House Inn in East Hampton, New York has been in business for 20 years and recognized by Travel + Leisure and the Travel Channel, highly rated by Zagat, and featured in other prominent publications. His prop...Show More
192: Best of Foundr: Gary Vee, Tony Robbins, and More Talk Hustle, Mindset, and GSD (Foundr 5th Birthday Special Episode)

1:30:21 | Mar 28th, 2018

Welcome back to our “Best of Foundr” podcast series! To celebrate Foundr’s 5th birthday, we put together a series of special edition podcast episodes that feature the best snippets from our most popular episodes. We pulled out the gems from each of y...Show More
191: Best of Foundr: 4 Superstars on Investing, Sales, And Scaling Your Business (Foundr 5th Birthday Special Episode)

1:22:19 | Mar 21st, 2018

Welcome to our special “Best of Foundr” edition of the podcast! To celebrate Foundr’s 5th birthday, we put together a series of special edition podcast episodes that feature the best snippets from our most popular episodes. We pulled out the gems fro...Show More
190: Best of Foundr: 4 Superstars on Building An Epic Online Presence (Foundr 5th Birthday Special Episode)

1:09:12 | Mar 14th, 2018

Welcome to our special “Best of Foundr” edition of the podcast! To celebrate Foundr’s 5th birthday, we put together a series of special edition podcast episodes that feature the best snippets from our most popular episodes. We pulled out the gems fro...Show More
189: Foundr Community Member Shifts His Business Into High Gear With Help From Mentors [Foundr’s 5th Birthday Special Episode]

56:10 | Mar 7th, 2018

Welcome to Foundr's fifth birthday celebration! Over the past five years, we’ve been blessed to interact with an awesome community of passionate entrepreneurs who are making it happen and turning their dreams into reality. We want to honor these insp...Show More
188: Stop Trying And Start Crushing It: Our In-Depth Interview With Gary Vee

22:04 | Feb 28th, 2018

“I’m not crippled with being perfect. I’m crippled with not doing,” Gary Vaynerchuk says, and that about sums up the philosophy that propels him ahead in life and business—avoiding hesitation and seizing the moment at all costs. To many, Vaynerchuck ...Show More
187: Fighting Global Poverty by Breaking Entrepreneurial Rules, With Jacqueline Novogratz of Acumen

32:21 | Feb 21st, 2018

Key Takeaways - Acumen's trailblazing vision on global poverty eradication - Why it's better to invest in people first, then ideas - The companies Acumen has invested in and the depth of impact they have made - Key advice from Novogratz to anyone int...Show More
186: TaskRabbit Was Ahead of its Time, But Leah Busque’s Vision and Persistence Made it a Game-Changer

28:32 | Feb 15th, 2018

No Task Too Big Leah Busque launched TaskRabbit and became a pioneer in the sharing economy. Now she wants to empower other founders as she transitions to venture capital. Picture this: You’re sitting at home on a February night in Boston, where wint...Show More
185: How Defying Silicon Valley Culture Landed 400K Clients, with Melody McCloskey of StyleSeat

31:19 | Feb 8th, 2018

Melody McCloskey is the founder of StyleSeat, a San Francisco-based SaaS company that has raised $40 million in funding, powers billions in transactions and is recognized in 82% of American cities. StyleSeat provides tools for beauty professionals, w...Show More
184: The Unconventional Approach That Built an Online Education Empire of 3M Students, With Ajit Nawalkha of Mindvalley

42:34 | Jan 31st, 2018

Unlike most entrepreneurs, Ajit Nawalkha doesn't focus on profit, revenue, sales, or customer surveys to grow his company. He's also been known to abandon some of his products, even when they're highly profitable, if they don't align with his vision....Show More
183: Husband-and-Wife Founders Share Two Decade's Worth of Game-Changing Entrepreneurial Advice

56:48 | Jan 24th, 2018

Key Takeaways Lessons learned from more than 20 years of experience as entrepreneurs The defining action that tripled their conversions and led to the sale of their first company The one marketing strategy that has allowed them to massively scale th...Show More
182: Eric Ries on Pioneering the Lean Startup Movement and How to Grow Any Company to Scale

31:21 | Jan 18th, 2018

Key Takeaways The hard-earned lessons Ries learned that ultimately led to the creation of his renowned book, The Lean Startup, and ushered in a worldwide movement How to hire and assign managers successfully How to create a product your customers wi...Show More
181: Running a 7-Figure Business On 5.5 Hours a Day, With Ari Meisel of Less Doing

52:02 | Jan 11th, 2018

Entrepreneurs find inspiration in all sorts of places. But for Ari Meisel, founder, bestselling author, and productivity expert, desperation was the driving force behind the launch of his successful company, Less Doing. That same desperation led him ...Show More
180: How a Made-Up Idea for a Business Became the Second-Largest Expense Reporting Company, with Expensify’s David Barrett

39:32 | Jan 3rd, 2018

What if you could stumble upon a game-changing idea without spending time and money on validation, industry research, or prototypes? And then grow this idea into the second largest company in your niche? It’s not common, but that's what happened to t...Show More
179: How Kiva's Jessica Jackley Turned a Simple Idea into $1B in Microloans

29:10 | Dec 20th, 2017

Jessica Jackley, co-founder of the game-changing microlending site Kiva, never played the typical role from entrepreneurial stories we're accustomed to hearing. She didn't start a business as a kid, and never dreamed of making millions. Jackley consi...Show More
178: How 17-year-old Justin Kemperman and Brandon Monaghan Scaled to $500K in 3 Months (Start & Scale Student Spotlight – Part 3)

37:39 | Dec 13th, 2017

Welcome to the final installment of our three-part podcast series that’s shining the spotlight on successful entrepreneurs who hail right from our very own Foundr community! These passionate people are in the trenches daily doing what it takes to mak...Show More
177: How Shannon Willoughby Turned Her Passion Into a $30K/Month Business (Start & Scale Student Spotlight – Part 2)

35:27 | Dec 6th, 2017

Welcome to part two of our three-part podcast series that's shining the spotlight on successful entrepreneurs who hail right from our very own Foundr community! These passionate people are in the trenches daily doing what it takes to make their start...Show More
176: Gamal Codner Scales His Ecommerce Business to $60K/month In 3 Months (Start & Scale Student Spotlight - Part 1)

38:28 | Nov 30th, 2017

The Foundr community is full of passionate people from all walks of life, in the trenches daily doing what it takes to make their startup dreams a reality. In this week's podcast, we want to shine the spotlight on one of these rising entrepreneurs wh...Show More
175: How a Navy Seal-Turned-Entrepreneur Scaled His Company From Zero To 8 Figures

1:00:04 | Nov 23rd, 2017

As a former Navy Seal, Brandon Webb is no stranger to life’s roller coaster of adversities and triumphs. In the military, pressure is a constant, and learning how to withstand and thrive under that pressure has made Webb a victor in his own battles, ...Show More
174: How to Start a Social Change Movement with 100 Million People, with Ben Rattray of Change.org

38:02 | Nov 16th, 2017

Anyone, technically, can build a business. But it takes real skill to convert an audience into die-hard followers who will stick with you no matter what. Ben Rattray is an expert at doing just that, now at the helm of one of the largest online commun...Show More
173: How to Predict The Future with Kevin Kelly

47:18 | Nov 8th, 2017

If you don't know Kevin Kelly's name, you undoubtedly know his work. Staying mostly behind the scenes, Kelly has quietly influenced the world as we know it, from pop culture to how we interact with digital technology. He launched and built up one of ...Show More
172: Finding A-Grade Talent on a Bootstrapped Budget with Cyan Ta'eed of Envato

45:17 | Nov 1st, 2017

For any startup to be successful, it's going to need an amazing team. It's why Fortune 500 companies are willing to pay their executives so much, and invest millions of dollars into finding and hiring the right people. For the founders of startups, t...Show More
171: Shark Tank's Janine Allis Shares Her Secrets for Growing a Startup With Zero Funding

38:52 | Oct 13th, 2017

Despite being a prolific investor as one of the judges on Australia's Shark Tank, Janine Allis would rather sell her family home than seek investor funding. How do we know? Well, that's precisely what she did to start her own business. Allis started ...Show More
170: Building a Multimillion-Dollar Startup on Amazon Sales, with Jungle Scout’s Greg Mercer

51:47 | Oct 13th, 2017

Greg Mercer built an entire lifestyle business without having to build his own products, distribution network, or even an online store. Instead of creating his first business from scratch, Mercer took advantage of the tools around him and started sel...Show More
169: Billionaire Business Lessons with Shark Tank’s Mark Cuban

27:48 | Oct 11th, 2017

Mark Cuban is a very busy man. As one of the star judges of the hit show Shark Tank, Cuban has invested in nearly a hundred different startups that have appeared on the program. That's not even mentioning the investments he makes outside of the show,...Show More
168: How Owning Less Can Reward You With More. Redefining Success With Joshua Fields Millburn

46:20 | Oct 4th, 2017

Often as entrepreneurs, we envision success as owning more objects, like a fancy watch, a big house, or a fast car. But what if there were a more authentic, more enriching version of success? One that involves less? That's the question that Joshua Fi...Show More
167: How Entrepreneurs Can Change the World, with Leila Janah of Samasource

36:29 | Sep 27th, 2017

Great entrepreneurs have that rare ability to take risks that others find crazy, coupled with a single-minded determination that allows them to bring their visions to life. But some of us want to do much more with that talent than simply create a pro...Show More
166: How to Build a Billion Dollar Mobile Gaming Company From Scratch, with Holly Liu of Kabam

39:56 | Sep 21st, 2017

Ask yourself, just how many hours have you sunk into that palm-sized rectangle of plastic, metal, and glass known as the smartphone? As the co-founder of Kabam, one of the world's leading companies in mobile games, Holly Liu might be able to provide ...Show More
165: Marketing Guru Neil Patel on Why Building a Personal Brand Was His Biggest Mistake

29:59 | Sep 15th, 2017

After 16 years in the game, Patel has established himself as one of the most prolific marketers in the world. Hundreds of thousands of entrepreneurs eagerly await his latest blog post, video, or product. And yet, Patel says, more than anything, he de...Show More
164: Why You Need More Swiss Army Knives and Paratroopers on Your Startup Team, says Ryan Holmes of Hootsuite

25:55 | Sep 7th, 2017

What separates the companies that make millions of dollars from those that never make it? It's not the vision, or the product, or even the founder, it's the people. You can't build a successful business, let alone grow it, without having the right pe...Show More
163: How to Create One of The Most Visited Websites in the World With Steve Huffman of Reddit

29:36 | Aug 31st, 2017

Change is inevitable in the startup world, and only the best entrepreneurs stay on top of the game by evolving with it. Steve Huffman, co-founder and CEO of Reddit, knows this all too well, and in this episode of the podcast, Huffman explains how he'...Show More
162: Investors, Crowdfunding, or Shark Tank? Maneesh Sethi's Done It All and Reveals His Funding Strategies

42:31 | Aug 24th, 2017

"How can I solve a problem in the fastest way?" It's a question that Maneesh Sethi asks himself almost every day, and it's been the main driver behind who he is as a person, and as an entrepreneur. You see, Sethi lives a life of what you might call e...Show More
161: How Jodie Fox Turned Her Passion for Shoes Into a Successful Online Business in 2 Months

48:23 | Aug 18th, 2017

Jodie Fox loves her shoes. But unlike your average shoe lover, Fox was able to turn that love first into a living room-based passion project, and then a multimillion-dollar online business. She's the co-founder and CEO of Shoes of Prey, a popular onl...Show More
160: The Not-So Obvious, But Ridiculously Successful Strategy on Building a Business with Brian Clark of Copyblogger

51:30 | Aug 10th, 2017

"The truth is I didn't like working for somebody else." Most entrepreneurs start their own business because they want to take charge of their own destiny, and for Brian Clark, the CEO and founder of Rainmaker Digital, Copyblogger, StudioPress, and th...Show More
159: A Lifelong Founder Teaches Critical Lessons for New Entrepreneurs on Products, Investors, and Selling with Jonathan Siegel

46:34 | Aug 3rd, 2017

Jonathan Siegel has started close to a dozen different companies—some have been hugely successful, others didn't quite go as planned, and for one, he sold his shares after a falling out with his co-founders. Siegel has been a serial startup founder s...Show More
158: How to Build a Worldwide Iconic Brand with Brian Smith of UGG

46:10 | Jul 27th, 2017

In the late 1970s, Brian Smith was a young Australian surfer looking for the next big thing. Little did he know that while flipping through a magazine, he would stumble upon an idea that would grow into one of the world's most iconic brands. With mor...Show More
157: Grow to 400,000 Users In Just Three Years by Mastering B2B Sales With Andrew Barnes of GO1

38:23 | Jul 20th, 2017

Andrew Barnes's company  GO1 is a Y-Combinator alum that's raised over $4 million in funding, grown to over 400,000 users, and is currently the world's largest onboarding, compliance, and professional development learning platform. If that weren't im...Show More
156: Lessons Learnt From Building a $300 Million Dollar Business From the Original #GirlBoss Sophia Amoruso

25:33 | Jul 13th, 2017

Sophia Amoruso was a community college dropout, working a variety of odd jobs to support herself, when she set up a humble eBay store called Nasty Gal Vintage. The rapid growth that followed has become the stuff of startup legend, and in this episode...Show More
155: Everything You Know About Content Marketing is Wrong, with Des Traynor of Intercom

39:45 | Jul 5th, 2017

In 2011, four lads from Dublin were running a successful business that let programers and engineers know when a user encountered a problem with their program. The problem was that none of them were particularly interested in the world of programming ...Show More
154: A Behind-The-Scenes Look at the Marketing Strategies of Multi-million Dollar Companies with Clate Mask of Infusionsoft

36:44 | Jun 29th, 2017

Every entrepreneur at some point faces the dilemma of simply not being able to pour any more hours of work into their company. As a result, they get stuck. That's where Clate Mask, CEO of Infusionsoft, comes in. In the 10 years Infusionsoft has been ...Show More
153: How to Survive Entrepreneurial Failure with Steve Olsher of liquor.com

46:41 | Jun 23rd, 2017

In his lifetime as an entrepreneur, Steve Olsher has crashed, burned, and reinvented himself in the face of tremendous failure. But for Olsher, there was never any other path. If you can relate, he's got some indispensable wisdom to offer. "I've been...Show More
152: How to Build a Business You Care About More Than Paying Your Own Bills with Adam Braun of MissionU

42:19 | Jun 14th, 2017

Getting rich is for amateurs. A real entrepreneur, one with serious guts and vision, wants to make the world a better place. If that's you, it's time to enter the world of social enterprise—business that seeks to make both a profit and a positive imp...Show More
151: How to Build a Cult Following Tribe Resulting in 10's of Millions of Annual Recurring Revenue Russell Brunson

32:56 | Jun 8th, 2017

Russell Brunson knows a ton about building effective marketing funnels. It's a skill he learned after spending nearly 10 years making money online by building funnels for all sorts of things, from potato guns to coupons. Now as the CEO and co-founder...Show More
150: Becoming Masterful with Money with Tony Robbins

41:51 | May 31st, 2017

Tony Robbins advises billion-dollar CEOs, celebrities, even heads of state, but today, he's going to show you how to become a master of money. The New York Times-bestselling author has once again topped the charts with his latest book Unshakeable, an...Show More
149: How to Use Influencer Marketing to Generate Millions with Gretta Rose van Riel of SkinnyMeTea

1:11:11 | May 24th, 2017

In 2012, Gretta Rose van Riel, like most aspiring entrepreneurs, found herself spending all of her free time building a business. It was nothing more than a passion project at the time, something to do in her spare time when she wasn't working at her...Show More
148: How to Build a Successful E-commerce Business - The Foundr Incubator (Business Breakdown) with Tom Bilyeu of Quest Nutrition & Jake Mckeon of Coconutbowls.com

50:07 | May 17th, 2017

In this very special episode of the Foundr Podcast, we answer all the questions you've ever had about building an ecommerce business and more! The first installment in what we're calling the Foundr Incubator series, we recorded a live coaching sessio...Show More
147: Lessons from the Master Growth Hacker of Dropbox, LogmeIn, Eventbrite & Many more with Sean Ellis of Growthhackers.com

58:40 | May 11th, 2017

Sean Ellis is not just another marketer. In fact, he's something entirely different. He's the world's first growth hacker. Originally selling advertising in the print industry in Budapest, Ellis found his calling when a friend began building a new co...Show More
146: How to Secure Guest Posts on Big Publications (Time, Fast Company, Huffington Post & Many More!) with Daniel DiPiazza of Rich20something.com

45:37 | May 4th, 2017

At 20 years old, Daniel DiPiazza was comfortable. He wasn't making millions of dollars at his hourly wage job, but he wasn't struggling for money either. Like a lot of people in their early 20s, he just didn't know what he wanted to do. While the lif...Show More
145: The Importance of Building a Culture for Growth with Mike McDerment of Freshbooks

29:45 | Apr 26th, 2017

One of the best ways for an entrepreneur to come up with a great business idea is by scratching their own itch. If something's giving you trouble, it's likely that other people out there are feeling the same way. That's how it all started for Mike Mc...Show More
144: Body Language Hacks with Vanessa Van Edwards from the Science of People

36:48 | Apr 23rd, 2017

Many of us have a secret desire to make a living by following our passions, but not all of us have a passion quite like Vanessa Van Edwards'. Back in college, she loved reading academic and scientific journals. She tore through them. That might lead ...Show More
143: How to Learn Faster & Unlock Your Superpower with Jim Kwik

1:03:25 | Apr 20th, 2017

When Jim Kwik was in kindergarten, he suffered a terrible fall that resulted in head trauma and a brain injury. This would come to define the rest of Kwik's early life as he grew up suffering from learning difficulties. He constantly struggled to kee...Show More
142: The Breakdown of How Gerard Adams Sold EliteDaily.com for $50 million

55:00 | Apr 12th, 2017

At 18, Gerard Adams dropped out of college after one semester. That semester was all it took to confirm what Adams knew all along. Like all entrepreneurs, he just wasn't built to follow the rules. The idea of getting a degree, to eventually get a job...Show More
141: Managing People as a Fast Growth Startup with Katelyn Gleason of Eligible.com

45:54 | Apr 6th, 2017

At 23, Katelyn Gleason faced, like many people in their early 20s, an existential crisis. She just didn't know what she wanted to do. "I started thinking about jobs. I was like 'God if I'm going to have to do this for the rest of my life it better be...Show More
140: Explosive Startup Growth with Andy Fang of Doordash

37:21 | Apr 3rd, 2017

If it seems like entrepreneurs are getting younger every year, it's because they are. More millennials are turning toward entrepreneurship as a fulfilling career choice, passing on the traditional route of finding employment with some company. As the...Show More
139: How to Become a Master Networker to Increase Your Income, Happiness and Startup Success

46:31 | Mar 29th, 2017

Jordan Harbinger is one of the most influential people in entrepreneurship today, thanks to his popular podcast The Art of Charm. His show recently hit its 10th anniversary, and Harbinger has interviewed some of the greatest minds and personalities i...Show More
138: The Power of Community & Free Challenges with Jen Hansard & Jadah Selnah of Simple Green Smoothies

54:32 | Mar 26th, 2017

The inspiring story behind Simple Green Smoothies started on a playground, with two mothers watching their kids play together. At the time, Jen Hansard and Jadah Sellner were both first-time mothers, and they shared a desire to get back into the work...Show More
137: How to Build a Large Startup NOT in Silicon Valley with Girish Mathrubootham of Freshdesk

32:51 | Mar 22nd, 2017

Back in 2010, Girish Mathrubootham was a pretty successful tech guy, having risen up the ranks of a company to VP of Product Management. But that didn't mean he was immune to bad customer service. After spending months and months going back and forth...Show More
136: The Power of Building the Best Product in Your Market with Tenko Nikolov of Siteground

37:59 | Mar 15th, 2017

For as long as he can remember, Tenko Nikolov has been obsessed with computers. From his very first computer at the age of 7, he fell in love with the simple green and black screen and was fascinated with all that this technology could offer. Of cour...Show More
135: How to Fight Global Poverty with Technology with Leila Janah of Sama Group

24:55 | Mar 8th, 2017

A lot of people can recognize an opportunity, but what separates an entrepreneur from the rest of us is the ambition and courage to seize on that opportunity. The opportunity Leila Janah recognized was enormous. Lucky for her, and the rest of us, she...Show More
134: A Blueprint on How to Become a Sales Master with Matthew Kimberley

49:05 | Mar 2nd, 2017

At his very core, Matthew Kimberley is a salesman. Whether it's something he was born with, or a trait he picked up while growing up, Kimberley understands the art of the sale. Starting at the young age of 13, Kimberley took to the street as a young ...Show More
133: Building a Fertile Future For All Women with Piraye Beim of Celmatix

41:00 | Feb 27th, 2017

The phrase “game-changing” gets bandied about a lot in entrepreneurial circles. And certainly, in this era of landmark technological change, we are spoilt for choice when it comes to people and products that have changed the way we live. We’re about ...Show More
132: The Importance of Leadership for a Fast Growth Company with Timo Rein of Pipedrive

43:26 | Feb 22nd, 2017

Before heading to San Fransisco to devote himself fully as the CEO of the wildly popular customer relationship management (CRM) tool Pipedrive, Timo Rein was a sales consultant back in his home country of Estonia. With a knack for making sales and cl...Show More
131: Running 4000+ People Events & Building a Fast Growth Media Company with Michael Stelzner of Social Media Examiner

50:31 | Feb 15th, 2017

After being unceremoniously tossed out of the corporate world 20 years ago, Michael Stelzner took a chance and turned toward entrepreneurship. In the years that followed, Stelzner began building a reputation as an influencer with a huge network of wr...Show More
130: How to Start a Social Enterprise with Scott Harrison of charity: water

31:45 | Feb 8th, 2017

For the past 10 years, Scott Harrison has made charity his business, and he's managed to raise $250 million and bring clean drinking water in people in more than 24 countries since he began his nonprofit charity: water. Ever since learning the majori...Show More
129: How Lootcrate Became the No.1 Fastest Growing Company in America with Matthew Arevalo

50:10 | Feb 1st, 2017

Many of us have been to one of those startup events where you're divided up into teams and have to whip up a company in the span of a weekend. You make great connections and have some fun, but typically the business idea you were working on for past ...Show More
128: The Godfather of Blogging Shares How to Create Content People Love - Darren Rowse of Problogger

51:41 | Jan 25th, 2017

The internet marketing scene is not exactly known for being grounded and humble. It's often as bombastic and self-inflated as a hip-hop rap battle. That’s why it comes as such a surprise to find that Darren Rowse, one of the world’s most successful b...Show More
127: The Psychological Triggers to Make Someone Buy with Sean D'Souza of Psychotactics

40:52 | Jan 22nd, 2017

If you're interesting in learning how to market more effectively and land more sales, a quick Google search will bring up thousands of results, each one promising that their specific tip will be the one that changes your business forever. The trouble...Show More
126: Learn How Kamakshi Sivaramakrishnan Quit Her Job to Launch One of America's Fastest-Growing Businesses

42:24 | Jan 18th, 2017

There are many reasons people choose to become entrepreneurs. Some want to make money, others want the freedom of owning their own businesses, and some, like Kamakshi Sivaramakrishnan, want to make an impact. For Sivaramakrishnan, a self-described ac...Show More
125: How to Build a Distributed Team for Fast Growth with Wade Foster of Zapier

34:49 | Jan 11th, 2017

You can't talk about fast-growing SaaS (Software-as-a-Service) companies without mentioning Zapier. In about five years, they've amassed a customer base of over 1.5 million registered users, and grown their team from just three founders to 60 people....Show More
124: What it Takes to Grow Multiple 7 Figure Online Businesses with Sol Orwell

41:01 | Jan 4th, 2017

Over the past 20 years or so, the common understanding of what an "entrepreneur" is has undergone some massive changes. It used to be that an entrepreneur was someone who wore a proper suit, courted investors over fancy lunches and dinners, and ultim...Show More
123: Startup Growth Pains, Marketing Strategies, Buying & Selling Companies with Wil Schroter

55:45 | Dec 22nd, 2016

Wil Schroter never set out to become an entrepreneur. In fact, he didn't have that much interest in business in the first place. But in 1995, he found himself in the office of his college guidance counselor saying that he was dropping out to start an...Show More
122: How Timbuktu Labs Created the Most Successful Publishing Kickstarter Campaign in History (Crowdfunding Series Part 6)

50:22 | Dec 15th, 2016

After working in the children's media industry for over five years, there was something that was bothering Francesca Cavallo. She found herself asking the question: "Why does almost every princess in every classical fairy tale needs a prince to save ...Show More
121: How Willi Footwear Raised $36,232 to End Flip Flop Blowouts (Crowdfunding Series Part 5)

28:34 | Dec 8th, 2016

A unique product snags attention. A boring product does not. Brad Munro says crowdfunding is most successful when you have the former—something innovative like Willi Footwear’s improved flip flops. “The kind of people that are contributing to your cr...Show More
120: The Master of Systems (Michael Gerber) Shares How to Scale Your Business

1:00:52 | Dec 1st, 2016

Thirty years ago, Michael Gerber released a book called The E-Myth: Why Most Businesses Don't Work and What to Do About it. It carried within it lessons on what it means to be an entrepreneur, the importance of systems in building a scalable business...Show More
119: How Who Gives a Crap Raised $66,000 by Sitting on a Toilet (Crowdfunding Series Part 4)

20:23 | Nov 24th, 2016

Simon Griffiths sat down for what he believed in and, it turned out, parking it on a toilet was an epic marketing win for a good cause. Griffiths and the team behind Who Gives a Crap toilet paper employed a clever stunt in which they livestreamed the...Show More
118: How Canary Raised 20x it's $100,000 Goal on Indiegogo (Crowdfunding Series Part 3)

47:44 | Nov 17th, 2016

The Canary team didn’t start their company with crowdfunding. In fact, they had been working on the idea for roughly a year before turning to Indiegogo. “We decided that crowdfunding would be a great way for us to validate the market a little bit,” s...Show More
117: How the Oto-Tip Campaign Raised $77,000 to Disrupt the Cotton Swab Industry (Crowdfunding Series Part 2)

25:50 | Nov 9th, 2016

A team of doctors and engineers wanted a safer alternative to Q-Tips, so they created it. By understanding where potential users were coming from and staying on point with the idea that their product could alleviate those pains, the Oto-Tip gained th...Show More
116: How Eskil Nordhaug Raised $123,000 to Change Mobile Video (Crowdfunding Series Part 1)

41:57 | Nov 2nd, 2016

The problem Eskil Nordhaug wanted to solve for people was simple. Videos taken with smartphones or small cameras are notoriously shaky. So he simply looked at the needs. He asked himself what it would take to build a company selling a mechanical vide...Show More
115: How to Build a Millennial Brand with 10M Monthly Visitors with Derek Flanzraich from greatist.com

54:27 | Oct 26th, 2016

There's a common thread in a lot of entrepreneurs' stories: They were facing a problem, couldn't find the solution they were looking for, so went ahead and built it themselves. That's exactly what Derek Flanzraich did when he started Greatist, a digi...Show More
114: What it Takes to Build America's Largest Wine Brand (Barefoot Wine) with Michael Houlihan & Bonnie Harvey

55:41 | Oct 19th, 2016

When you think about wine, you most likely imagine stern-faced sommeliers, or parties where tuxedos and hors d'oeuvres on silver platters are the norm. Michael Houlihan and Bonnie Harvey do not fit the stereotype. You probably wouldn't even expect th...Show More
113: Learn How to Build the Largest Car Company in The World with Robin Chase of Zipcar

30:00 | Oct 12th, 2016

When Zipcar first started it was nothing more than a green Volkswagen beetle named "Betsy." It was parked outside of Robin Chase's house and the key was hidden underneath a pillow on her porch. Inside the glove box was a piece of paper where you woul...Show More
112: The Crazy Origin Story of Couchsurfing.com with Casey Fenton

43:54 | Oct 5th, 2016

Casey Fenton, like many of us in our 20s, wasn't entirely sure where he would go in life. Growing up in a small town in Maine, he started to think about this entire world that existed beyond the borders of his hometown, and all the experiences he had...Show More
111: Why You Should Never Give up on Your Dreams as an Entrepreneur with Eugene Woo of Venngage

55:13 | Sep 29th, 2016

For most entrepreneurs, the real test isn't whether or not you can grow a successful business, but how well you can bounce back from failure. For some, this will prove to be too much and they'll hang up the gloves and never try again. For the true en...Show More
110: The Secret to Creating & Mastering Content at Scale with Sujan Patel of ContentMarketer.io

47:46 | Sep 21st, 2016

Every morning of every day, Sujan Patel starts his day by getting out all of his creative energy onto paper. The process is relatively simple. He starts by recording himself talking about whatever topic he wants to write about as a way to order his t...Show More
109: Inside the Mind of the Elvis of Advertising - Alex Bogusky

40:03 | Sep 14th, 2016

During a creative career filled with awards and recognition, it took Alex Bogusky a while to realize that none of it mattered unless he loved the work. “You could win the Grand Prix at Cannes—the next day you’re going to go into your office and look ...Show More
108: The Key Elements to Building a Successful Media Company (The Next Web) with Boris Veldhuijzen van Zanten

39:45 | Sep 8th, 2016

The future of media, if not the present, probably looks a lot like The Next Web, which is odd considering co-founder Boris Veldhuijzen van Zanten says it’s not even really a media company. The Next Web instead thinks of itself as a tech company, firi...Show More
107: Mastering PR & Why Ego is Your Worst Enemy with Ryan Holiday

46:04 | Aug 31st, 2016

No one ever "gives" an entrepreneur a job, they make one for themselves. Entrepreneurs don't ask for permission, they just do. And no one exemplifies this better than Ryan Holiday who has made an entire career out of refusing to play by the rules. As...Show More
106: Giving People The Power to Fund Anything with James Beshara of Tilt

33:00 | Aug 25th, 2016

In 2012 James Beshara and his co-founder officially launched Tilt, a platform that aimed to make crowdfunding not only more personal but to make the process as easy as possible. But if you ask the Y-Combinator alum himself, he'll say that Tilt was cr...Show More
105: Disrupting the Transportation Industry with Millions of Users in 4 years with Polina Raygorodskaya from Wanderu

26:29 | Aug 18th, 2016

Something that most entrepreneurs struggle with the most is coming up with an idea for a startup. They'll study business forecasts and look at unique trends trying to find the next big thing. What most entrepreneurs forget though is that the most dis...Show More
104: How to Use Webinars to Grow & Scale Your Startup with Dave Hobson

52:18 | Aug 10th, 2016

There are no shortcuts when it comes to good online marketing, something that Dave Hobson knows all too well. As the resident expert on all things marketing at Foundr we give you a very special episode today about Dave from how he came to be at Found...Show More
103: Growing a Unicorn Company 57,000% in three years with Tom Bilyeu of Quest Nutrition

39:14 | Aug 3rd, 2016

The term "unicorn company" describes a startup valued at over $1 billion that managed to get there in a relatively short period of time. Usually when we talk about unicorn companies, we're dealing with Silicon Valley and the cutting edge of the tech ...Show More
102: How to Get up Early and Overcome Extreme Adversity with Hal Elrod

55:35 | Jul 27th, 2016

When Hal Elrod was 19 he was involved in a car accident with a drunk driver that left him with brain damage, 11 broken bones, and doctors telling him that he'd never walk again. While many people would understandably give into grief or anger or any o...Show More
101: How to Build a Service Based Business Empire with Brian Scudamore

39:28 | Jul 20th, 2016

Brian Scudamore of O2E brands knew all along that he wanted to be an entrepreneur. Relying on that sense of determination, he's built up a sprawling multimillion-dollar business empire, with franchises all over the world. But it all began with junk. ...Show More
100: 100th Episode Switch up! Nathan Chan of Foundr Magazine is interviewed by Dan Norris on the Future of Foundr, Lessons Learned & the Direction of The Company

50:57 | Jul 13th, 2016

On November 9, 2013, I  released the first episode of the Foundr Podcast. It was with Fabio Rosati, then-CEO of Elance. To be completely honest, I wasn't quite sure what I was trying to achieve by releasing a podcast. At the time, it was just another...Show More
99: Building a Product that People LOVE with Janna Bastow of ProdPad

43:21 | Jul 5th, 2016

As much as entrepreneurs can go on extolling the virtues of a great marketing strategy or knowing your target customer, at the end of the day, it's all about having something worth selling. No matter how great your advertising campaign may be, if you...Show More
98: Robert Herjevac - Lessons on Selling, Investing, Marketing & Building Your Company

36:00 | Jun 28th, 2016

Today you might recognize Robert Herjavec as "the nice shark" on ABC's Shark Tank. With a pleasant smile and a reassuring tone of voice, he may seem like an odd fit in the highly competitive world of business and investing. But don't let that fool yo...Show More
97: Learn Step by Step How to Build & Sell Your Company From Scratch with Nathan Latka

46:35 | Jun 21st, 2016

When you think of the word "entrepreneur," the image you're likely to conjure up in your head is one of a fast-talking, brash millennial with personality and ego to spare. That's exactly the kind of entrepreneur Nathan Latka is. At only 26 years old,...Show More
96: How to Build a House Hold Well Known Brand (The North Face) with Hap Klopp

36:00 | Jun 14th, 2016

In the late 1960s, when Kenneth "Hap" Klopp traded in his corporate aspirations for the life of an entrepreneur, the support network for such endeavors was not nearly what it is today. But Klopp knew he had what it took to run a successful company, a...Show More
95: What Makes or Breaks a Startup with Jessica Livingston of Y Combinator

39:01 | Jun 8th, 2016

Dubbed "the world's most powerful startup incubator" by Fast Company, Y Combinator (YC) has been plucking startups from garages, dorm rooms, coffee shops, and assorted founder hangouts for over a decade. With a combined valuation of more than $65 bil...Show More
94: Building a Multi-Million Dollar Business Around Your Hobby with Alborz Fallah

39:14 | Jun 1st, 2016

All entrepreneurs and startups are underdogs in one way or another. After all, in order to be an entrepreneur you're already going against the grain, and in order to be successful you must be willing to challenge the status quo no matter how large or...Show More
93: Founder of AOL Steve Case Reveals How he Became a Billionaire & Changed The Internet as We Know it Today

31:21 | May 25th, 2016

To be a great entrepreneur, you need to have a great vision. Case in point: Back in the 80s, we were just entering the internet age. At the time, it didn't really exist beyond a few government think tanks and laboratories, and we were only just begin...Show More
92: A Mastery Lesson on the Process of Selling ANYTHING! with Ben Chaib

54:56 | May 18th, 2016

One of the greatest misconceptions you'll encounter in the startup world is the one about age. You'll hear would-be entrepreneurs constantly telling themselves that they're too young, or that they're too old, or that they're just waiting for that rig...Show More
91: How to Rapidly Boost Conversions and Stop Losing Customers with Brian Moran of SamCart

54:05 | May 10th, 2016

As the dominance of technology keeps on gaining steam, some non-techy, would-be entrepreneurs are made to feel discouraged. How can they compete with all the slick coders starting businesses in this virtual world? That didn’t stop non-coder Brian Mor...Show More
90: Bootstrapping Vs Raising Capital with Ankur Nagpal of Teachable

51:22 | May 3rd, 2016

The closest thing Ankur Nagpal has ever had to a job was a summer internship at Amazon when he was 18. Ever since then, he's been his own boss at companies that he's built. Outside of that brief fling as an employee, Nagpal has wholly dedicated his l...Show More
89: The Power of Vulnerability as an Entrepreneur with Brene Brown

24:26 | Apr 27th, 2016

Brene Brown was a meandering youth in her 20s, doing more traveling and bartending than she was building a business or focusing on school. As a result, she didn't graduate college until she was 30. Nonetheless, after finishing her bachelor’s in socia...Show More
88: How 5x Founder David Cancel Builds & Sells Companies at Record Speeds - Founder of Drift

43:22 | Apr 20th, 2016

As the son of hardworking immigrants, David Cancel saw his parents working seven days a week to support their family. As an adult, he realized that not all people worked the way his parents did, which sparked in him a desire to make a living without ...Show More
87: What it Takes to Sell Your Company to Amazon for $970m with Justin Kan from Twitch.tv

31:36 | Apr 14th, 2016

Justin Kan doesn’t come off as the type who lives for the spotlight. Which is funny, because at one point he live-streamed his life, 24/7 for the whole world to see, for months. That may seem like an unlikely path to a billion-dollar sale, but in fa...Show More
86: The Secret on How Triple Your Leads, and Close 90% of Sales with Gary Tramer of LeadChat

45:58 | Apr 7th, 2016

From a very young age, it was clear that selling was encoded in Gary Tramer’s DNA. His aptitude for sales emerged early when he was a scrappy little kid riding his bike around the neighborhood with his friends. He and his gang would steal their neig...Show More
85: Creating a $100m+ Marketplace that Dominates Your Industry with Martin Hosking of Redbubble

41:42 | Mar 29th, 2016

“Lean Startup” has become a popular concept in the world of entrepreneurship. All founders and founders-to-be have phrases like “pivot” and “fail fast” on the tips of their tongues. But for Martin Hosking, lean isn’t just a fashionable trend. He’s l...Show More
84: How to Build a Successful Business without Startup Funding with Rob Walling of Drip

44:34 | Mar 23rd, 2016

As a full time software developer working for a large company, Rob Walling dreamt of becoming an entrepreneur – and more than a decade later he has obtained serial entrepreneur status. Rob Walling is many things…as a serial entrepreneur he has been ...Show More
83: From Bankruptcy to $20m exit with Tim Fargo of Tweet Jukebox

46:59 | Mar 16th, 2016

It's not easy to admit when you're wrong, but you'll rarely find a better time than when you're filing for personal bankruptcy. That's what Tim Fargo of Tweet Jukebox had to do when he was a young man in 1991 and found himself a little too in over hi...Show More
82: The Secrets to Success & Hustle with Gary Vaynerchuk of Vayner Media

34:55 | Mar 9th, 2016

Gary Vaynerchuk is a bona fide Internet celebrity. At last count, he was sitting pretty at 1.21 million Twitter followers, and 226,000 Instagram followers. He’s appeared in the Wall Street Journal, Time Magazine, on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, Cona...Show More
81: 15 Million+ Followers on Instagram & Counting! Interview with The Instagram Queen Gretta Rose van Riel

52:12 | Mar 1st, 2016

Every day there’s an entrepreneur out there who believes that they’ve found the golden ticket. The one idea that is so revolutionary that it’s going to change the landscape of their niche and bring them a huge success. Unfortunately, no matter how gr...Show More
80: How to Explode Your Local Business Using Instagram with Ramy Georgy

33:51 | Feb 23rd, 2016

One type of entrepreneur we don't give enough credit to is the local business owner. While it seems that everyone in the startup world these days is trying to come up with the latest app, or next revolutionary SaaS, we often forget about that entrepr...Show More
79: How to use Instagram to Generate Millions of Dollars in Your Niche with Deonna Monique

50:22 | Feb 16th, 2016

One common trait among successful entrepreneurs is a sense of urgency—spotting a need and responding without hesitation in order to address and capitalize on it, even when that means taking a risk. Deonna Monique is a prime example. As a consumer of...Show More
78: Dominating Your Customer Acquisition Channel (SEO) with Raj Sheth

47:25 | Feb 9th, 2016

No matter how you crunch the numbers, starting your own business is expensive. In fact one of the first crossroads moments you'll encounter as an entrepreneur, among many, is trying to figure where you're going to get that funding. Do you self-inves...Show More
77: How to Own Your Story & Level Up Your Life with Steve Kamb

43:23 | Feb 3rd, 2016

In just a few short years Steve Kamb has successfully created a multimillion dollar business by orchestrating one of the most intriguing communities online. As the founder of Nerd Fitness Kamb has positively influenced and empowered thousands of peo...Show More
76: 8 Million Users, $233m Valuation & Rockstar Investors all in 2 Years? The Canva Story with Melanie Perkins

29:33 | Jan 26th, 2016

Finding the right startup idea is difficult even for lifelong entrepreneurs. But when it comes down to it, the best approach is to take a long hard look at what you're passionate about and try to figure out a way to share that with the world. By sha...Show More
75: How to Build & Grow A Successful Blog for Your Startup with Yaro Starak

1:02:37 | Jan 19th, 2016

For some, being an entrepreneur is the only life to live, and it means essentially not having a job. For others, working for yourself, always hustling and without a dependable paycheck, sounds insane. Today's guest is firmly in the former camp, and ...Show More
74: Building one of the Largest Adventure Travel Companies in the World with Darrell Wade from Intrepid Travel

43:42 | Jan 12th, 2016

Anyone can have a great idea, any entrepreneur can get lucky and make it big, but it takes something really special to turn your startup into something that lasts. For the past 27 years that's exactly what Darrell Wade has done with IntrepidTravel. ...Show More
73: How to Build a Super Successful Online Business with John Lee Dumas of Entrepreneur on Fire

1:07:59 | Jan 5th, 2016

There is a quintessential moment that every entrepreneur will face at some point in his or her life. It doesn’t matter what kind of business you’re running, or what kind of niche you’re in, there's a particular experience unique to those who dare to ...Show More
72: Internet Marketing Mastery with Los Silva

45:38 | Dec 22nd, 2015

Carlos "Los" Silva is rightfully considered today one of the top business marketing trainers in the world. After a 10-year entrepreneurial journey, he finds himself at the helm of multiple, million-dollar businesses that aim to teach other entreprene...Show More
71: Mastering Social Media & Evangelism with Guy Kawasaki

26:58 | Dec 15th, 2015

During one of Guy Kawasaki’s first marketing assignments in the early 1980s, he would knock on the doors of startup software companies across Silicon Valley armed with a stack of non-disclosure agreements and a prototype computer in a bag. “We would ...Show More
70: How to Manufacture a Disruptive Product (Without Selling a Kidney) with Lisa Fetterman of Nomiku

35:39 | Dec 8th, 2015

There’s a simple rule that all entrepreneurs live by: Aim for disruptive change. Everything you need to know about being an entrepreneur lies in that beautifully simple rule. Yet, as many entrepreneurs will tell you, it’s easier said than done. But ...Show More
69: How to Launch Your Startup in 7 Days and Build a $1m Business with Dan Norris of WPCurve

53:36 | Dec 3rd, 2015

Building a startup is hard, from generating an idea, to developing an MVP, to launching a product, and eventually growing a business. It's just really hard. But what if I told you that it's entirely possible to launch a startup in 7 days and build a...Show More
68: Building The Best Workplace in The World with Vishen Lakhiani of Mindvalley

36:59 | Nov 23rd, 2015

How can you attract top talent, and create a workforce that goes the extra mile for the company? The answer – surprisingly – isn’t salary, perks or bonuses. It’s culture. Making the effort to build and invest in a positive business culture can drain ...Show More
67: The Secret to Getting Ridiculous Amounts of Press for Your Business with Scott Jordan of SCOTTeVEST

44:43 | Nov 19th, 2015

Scott Jordan is no wall flower. He is a force to be reckoned with – and when he became frustrated with carrying devices and wanted something better than a man bag or a fanny pack he quit his job as a lawyer at a startup and launched SCOTTeVEST– a tra...Show More
66: How to Raise Capital for Your Startup with Brad Feld of Techstars & Foundry Group

35:17 | Nov 12th, 2015

However great it is, entrepreneurship is hard. It can mean disappointment. It can mean exhaustion. It can mean frustration. It can mean failure. Starting a business is less smooth sailing and more stormy seas, often with waves of worry even as you ta...Show More
65: How to Write Copy That Converts Like Crazy with Joanna Wiebe

50:25 | Nov 4th, 2015

Joanna Wiebe isn't someone that's focused on money, a statement that some of entrepreneurs would be horrified by. However what she is passionate about is words, the power of them, and their ability to inspire, convince, and persuade. It's this passi...Show More
64: 8 Startups, 4 IPO's, Lost $35m of Investors Money to Paying Them Back $1b Each! Startup Lessons From Steve Blank

41:25 | Oct 29th, 2015

If you’re new to the startup space, Steve Blank is the biggest name in tech you haven’t heard of. A serial entrepreneur turned educator, in entrepreneurial circles he’s referred to as one of the “Godfathers of Silicon Valley.” A master of the startup...Show More
63: The Secret Weapon to Success is No Longer a Secret with Tony Stubblebine from Coach.me

57:27 | Oct 21st, 2015

Tony Stubblebine was not one of those 22-year-old tech startup CEOs, wearing hoodies and distributing profane business cards. He got his start as a sharp programmer, working alongside people like Ev Williams and Biz Stone, and has been steadily climb...Show More
62: The $100 Million Dollar Man, Chris Strode from Invoice2go

35:22 | Oct 15th, 2015

All the most successful ideas in the world were when entrepreneurs realized that there was something about their current life that they wished could be done a little easier. The only difference between entrepreneurs and regular people though, is inst...Show More
61: The Power of Email Marketing Automation & Why You're Missing Out Big Time if You Don't Have it in Your Business with Micah Mitchell

47:05 | Oct 7th, 2015

Today's episode is a little different than most, but as always it is one not to be missed.   If you've ever wondered how to harness the power of Email Marketing, this one will not only be an massive eye opener of what's possible, but also a sure fire...Show More
60: How to Become Financially Free with Tony Robbins

44:53 | Sep 30th, 2015

Tony Robbins talks fast. Conversing with him is like riding Space Mountain: You get in, you hang on, and before you know it, it’s over and you’re left feeling bewildered, slightly euphoric, and wanting to smooth your hair. Robbins has become a house...Show More
59: How to Create an EPIC Physical Product (PAX) which is sold over 500,000+ times with James Monsees

39:48 | Sep 23rd, 2015

PAX Labs is changing the way we look at smoking. The beautiful elegance of the product is restoring luxury to the vaping world. But, developing a product that essentially sold itself for the first two years required an innovative approach to need fin...Show More
58: 1 Billion YouTube Views & Counting With Michelle Phan

22:01 | Sep 15th, 2015

Michelle Phan wears many hats. Or more perhaps more aptly; lipstick hues.  YouTube pioneer, mega brand boardroom heavyweight, company founder, creative director, global beauty queen.  Phan has makeup tricks that will make your eyes pop. But the num...Show More
57: How to Make Your App go Viral with Rameet Chawla

34:11 | Sep 10th, 2015

Founder of Fueled and the Fueled Collective, Rameet Chawla, explains what it takes to consistently build the finest mobile apps, defines the Viral Coefficient and reveals how his need to be creative and independent lead him to leave the world of corp...Show More
56: The Foundr Incubator (Business Breakdown) with Derric Haynie & Mathew Michalewicz

1:38:34 | Sep 2nd, 2015

A couple of months ago we sent an invitation to all the readers of our weekly newsletter. We asked if there was anyone who would like to have a one-on-one with tried and true entrepreneurial professionals. Out of the hundreds of responses we receive...Show More
55: Branding 101 and What it Means to Lose it All with Daymond John of Fubu

21:12 | Aug 25th, 2015

In the 1990s, the FUBU brand was everywhere, including on the backs of A-List celebrities like Will Smith, Janet Jackson, and LL Cool J. Like most trends, it seemed to come out of nowhere. But in the case of FUBU, it sort of did. When Daymond John s...Show More
54: What I Learnt From Interviewing Richard Branson

13:13 | Aug 16th, 2015

In this weeks episode, Nathan goes through in detail the steps he took to interview Sir Richard Branson for a Foundr Magazine front cover story and what he learnt from the whole process.   If you would like to check this interview out, you can down...Show More
53: From Monk to Transforming the Lives of Millions Through Meditation, The Headspace Story with Andy Puddicombe

39:46 | Aug 5th, 2015

The trials of starting a business—even if you forget, for a moment, the typical travails of day-to-day living—often overwhelm entrepreneurs. Late nights, endless work, big choices, and extreme uncertainty can swirl together to form a raging twister t...Show More
52: $20m in Sales in 1 Year Using Instagram? - The Frank Body Story

50:01 | Aug 3rd, 2015

Two years ago, the owner of a local coffee shop, Steve Rowley, was asked by a regular customer for coffee grounds to be used as an exfoliate. This simple act was the catalyst for a brand that has experienced amazing growth driven heavily by Instagram...Show More
51: How to Start Your Own Social Enterprise and Make a Big Impact with StartSomeGood's founder Tom Dawkins

46:16 | Jul 11th, 2015

He was told it couldn’t be done. Social good was meant for nonprofits. Businesses were for making money. But Tom Dawkins always felt like there was a puzzle to be solved, that he could put the pieces together and run a profitable business that create...Show More
50: An Inside Look Into Foundr's EPIC Design with Karan Jain Behind The Scenes with Foundr Magazine's Art Director

1:07:54 | Jul 10th, 2015

In this episode we go behind the curtain and shine the spotlight on someone part of the Foundr Magazine team that is an absolute superstar designer, entrepreneur and ruckas maker.   Enter Karan Jain.   You wouldn't probably know this, but Foundr ...Show More
49: Changing the World (Wide Web) with Dan Tocchini founder of the Grid.io

45:54 | Jul 9th, 2015

Dan Tocchini wants to change how we use the web. His website design startup The Grid have had almost 50,000 founding members and they might just pull it off. For all of the advances in how we use the Internet in recent years, the options for the ave...Show More
48: How to Make $1m in 1 Week Online, The Secrets of a Product Launch with Ed Dale

55:23 | Jun 21st, 2015

It is with great pleasure we bring you this interview with the one and only Ed Dale.   If it wasn't for this man, Foundr wouldn't exist. I've been lucky enough to learn a lot of my marketing and online business chops from Ed Dale, so I thought what...Show More
47: The Art of Asking with Amanda Palmer

23:57 | Jun 17th, 2015

In business, in music, or in life, there are few people you will meet as unapologetically honest as Amanda Palmer. A lifelong nonconformist, Palmer has evolved from living statue to award-winning musician—as one half of cabaret rock duo Dresden Dolls...Show More
46: Seth Godin on Why You Shouldn't do What You're Told

32:24 | Jun 15th, 2015

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45: Our Top 7 Instagram Hacks To Generate 100's of Thousands of Followers

08:10 | Jun 10th, 2015

So we've decided to mix things up a little with this podcast episode.   This one is a short bite-sized episode, detailing our top 7 hacks for Instagram. You're probably not aware, but in the past 8 months we've been quietly building up a very stron...Show More
44: How to Become a Lifestyle Entrepreneur & The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

41:49 | May 29th, 2015

If, like me, you think the job Lifestyle Entrepreneur seems completely made up, you’d be right. Lewis Howes’ title, like everything else about his career, is completely self-styled and made into reality on his own terms. The popular School of Great...Show More
43: Inside the Mind of a Billion Dollar Startup Founder - Rod Drury of Xero Accounting

25:25 | May 18th, 2015

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42: What does Snoop Dogg, Disney, Scarlett Johansson and Kevin Durant Have in Common With Shaun Neff?

45:07 | May 12th, 2015

Beanies, caps, eyewear, tees and tops, watches, snow accessories, backpacks, hot tub shorts. You name it, Neff rocks it. So how did Shaun Neff, founder and namesake of the California-based clothing company, skyrocket this global apparel giant from hi...Show More
41: How to Hack Time with Tim Ferriss (not to be missed)

34:03 | May 3rd, 2015

We’ve all been curious about the best way to get better at languages, sports, cooking, fitness, and of course, how to start a business. Using a grand total of four hours per week, Tim Ferriss showed us how. Ferriss needs no introduction. Multiple New...Show More
40: The Power of Transparency & Creating a Raving Community with Pat Flynn

59:05 | Apr 30th, 2015

Getting laid off is enough to make anyone want to crawl into a hole and hide. But Pat Flynn went the other direction. He took the opportunity to open himself up, and put his experience in the spotlight. And that very openness became the key to his su...Show More
39: Life in the Shark Tank with Barbara Corcoran

39:15 | Apr 21st, 2015

Barbara Corcoran doesn’t look far past the family tree for inspiration. While many entrepreneurs seek seasoned businesspeople to learn from, Corcoran’s mentor was her mother, not because her mother managed a company—she didn’t—but because she managed...Show More
38: Growth Hacking 101 and Creating Epic Courses with Mattan Griffel

42:36 | Apr 11th, 2015

Mattan Griffel wasn’t prepared for his first job. After he graduated college, a startup company asked him to be their marketer, but he didn’t know how to be a marketer. Mattan had studied philosophy and finance, but despite years of delving into the ...Show More
37: How Justin Gold Turned His Kitchen Hobby Into a Multi-Million Dollar Peanut Butter Powerhouse

46:55 | Apr 2nd, 2015

Some people thought entrepreneur Justin Gold was nuts for trying to disrupt the peanut butter market. A decade later, he’s been recognized by Inc. and Ernst & Young as one of the food and beverage sector’s rising stars. Originally from Pennsylvania,...Show More
36: How to Find Mentors and Overcome Adversity with Sean Stephenson

46:01 | Mar 28th, 2015

Bleeding brain. Fractured skull. Concussion. These were the effects. The event was just as sudden. One Thursday in late July, Sean Stephenson took his dog for a stroll. Then he fell — ripped from his wheelchair, Stephenson crashed onto the concrete ...Show More
35: Cold Hard Business Advice & How to Dominate Your Goals with Multi-Millionaire Steve Mehr

57:58 | Mar 21st, 2015

This is not your typical interview where I interview someone well known in the entrepreneurial space.   Steve Mehr is an entrepreneur, businessman, all round hustler and the founder of an Ad Agency called Webshark 360 in Southern California. I met ...Show More