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Bestselling author and bloggers, David de las Morenas (HowToBeast.com) and Dave Perrotta (PostgradCasanova.com) team up each week to share insights on how to get men unstuck and reach their potential in all areas of life. David and Dave interview experts in: self improvement, dating, sex, relationships, fitness and entrepreneurship to help you to “level up” and embrace the beastly gentleman lifestyle. Guests include: James Altucher, Hal Elrod, Andrew Ferebee and Christian McQueen.
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[adrotate group="4"] What does it take to get a do over in business? Matt Theriault is the guy behind both the Your Do Over and Epic Real Estate Investing podcasts on iTunes. Matt is a Desert Storm Veteran (USMC). He started out as a producer and marketer of hip-hop acts that were distributed through an EMI affiliate channel. After [...]…
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The hard part shouldn’t be how to implement an OS in your organization. The hard part is answering the question: Are the right people in the right roles at your company? In this episode, Dan and Ian share their own OS that’s extremely simple. It’s called GPS. They’ll explain how GPS helps you put a plan in place to meet your goals, and deliver on t…
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What does it take to create financial security through a successful side-business? Kim Palmer is the author of the new book The Economy of You: Discover Your Inner Entrepreneur and Recession-Proof Your Life , which focuses on how to build a successful side-business to create financial security and personal satisfaction. Kim is also a [...]…
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Joanna Penn is a New York Times and USA Today bestselling author. Joanna writes fiction and non-fiction. Her novels have sold over 350,000 copies. She is also a professional speaker and entrepreneur. Joanna was voted as one of The Guardian UK Top 100 creative professionals. Joanna’s site TheCreativePenn.com has been voted one of the [...]…
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What does it take to get your writings published? Ali Luke is the author of Publishing Ebooks for Dummies with Wiley as well as Lycopolis, her indie published novel. Ali is a widely published blogger. You’ll find her work on lots of large sites like Copyblogger, Write to Done, Men with Pens, and ProBlogger. [...]…
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What does it take to be a writer entrepreneur? Beth Barany works with genre novelists one-on-one and in groups to help them write, publish, and market their books. She's done so in two of her favorite places in the world (so far): the San Francisco Bay Area and Paris, France. She's also a speaker and [...]…
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In this episode, Ian and Dan discuss the concept of doing things that don't scale, inspired by Paul Graham's influential article 'Do Things That Don't Scale.' They explore the idea of taking risks and gambling in entrepreneurship, and how it relates to increasing one's locus of control. The conversation covers various strategies for founders, inclu…
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What does it take to sell more than 10 million custom stickers? Andrew Witkin President and CEO of StickerYou, the company he founded in 2008. Andrew got the inspiration for StickerYou walking down the street through Manhattan Beach, CA. It was there that Andrew noticed how stickers were such a big part of the local [...]…
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[adrotate group="4"] What does it take to start a business around the peer-to-peer lending industry? Peter Renton created Lend Academy, a leading peer-to-peer blog. His site attracts about 20,000 visitors a month. Peter is also the co-creator of LendIt, a conference for peer-to-peer investors. In the following interview, you can learn how Peter is …
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[adrotate group="4"] What does it take to build a business around an app? Jackie Beck has created an app called Pay Off Debt that has helped thousands of people pay down debt. She is also a personal finance writer. She has been writing about personal finance since 2006. Jackie is passionate about getting out of [...]…
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[adrotate group="4"] What does it take to build a blog network? Teresa Mears is the executive editor of Living on the Cheap, network of local sites that help people save money. Teresa has been a journalist for 35 years. Today, she is also a blogger, a website publisher, and entrepreneur. Her writings have been published [...]…
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[adrotate group="4"] What does it take to be a successful entrepreneur? Garrett Moon is the co-founder of CoSchedule which is a social media editorial calendar for Wordpress. Listen to the following interview to learn what it takes to transition from a service business to a product business. You will also learn the viral marketing strategy behind […
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Dan and Ian discuss the different phases of bootstrapping a business and the common challenges that arise at each stage. They walk through three phases: Zero to $250k “Mindset”; $250k to 1 million "We're seeking a reliable/repeatable source of new customers"; and $1 million + "We need to hire, fire, improve/change team members more effectively”. Th…
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What does it take to build a business with $10s of millions in revenue? Jason Cohen is a successful serial entrepreneur. WP Engine, a managed hosting provider for Wordpress, is his 4th startup. In just a few years, Jason has built WP Engine into company of 125 people and 10s of thousands of customers. His [...]…
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[adrotate group="4"] In the following interview Randy Apuzzo shares how to transition from a consulting business to a product business. Randy is one of the creators of Zesty. Zesty is the first content management system designed for collaborative website building process. Listen to the following interview to learn how to transition from consulting …
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What does it take to become an Amazon bestselling author? In only a few short years, Amanda Abella published an Amazon bestselling book and built a successful coaching business for millennials. Featured in Forbes, The Consumerist, and The Huffington Post, Amanda is one millennial that made the down economy work for her. How did she [...]…
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How to quit your job and start a business? What does it take to quit your job for a happier life? Jeff Steinmann wrote "How To Quit Working: A Simple Plan to Leave Your Job for a Life of Freedom" for people that want to quit their jobs and become entrepreneurs. Jeff Steinmann is the [...]Kirjoittanut The Success Harbor Podcast: Entrepreneurship | Business | Starting Business | Success | Lifestyle
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Dan talks to Jordan Gal, founder of Rally and co-host of the Bootsrapped Web podcast about challenges in the ecommerce space, product-market fit and demand, partnerships and veto power, the quietness of crypto, risking other people’s money, and more… There’s one thing that founders tend to really struggle with when it comes to growing their busines…
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Join us for AJ Amyx's evolutionary journey from traveling musician to location independent entrepreneur. AJ is a passionpreneur who shares his story about going from tough times to a successful business. Here is a list of topics we cover in this interview: Getting featured on CNN. What is a reasonable time frame from starting a [...]…
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Dan & Ian talk to John Doherty, the founder of Editor Ninja, former owner of Credo, and cohost of the Working Sessions podcast about three major trends he’s seeing in the agency space that could impact your strategy and profitability for the year and beyond. John talks about the challenges of running a full-service agency, a shift towards specializ…
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What does it take to start a $50 million business? How do you go from being an underachiever to the CEO of a company with $50 million in revenue? Mark Fackler, the founder, and CEO of Stellcom, started out as an underachiever yet managed to build a company with 500 employees. In this interview, Mark [...]…
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What does it take to be a super creative marketer? Jason SurfrApp (formerly Jason Headsetdotcom & Jason Sadler) is an unconventional marketer. Jason made over $1 million with IWearYourShirt, the company he created that used sponsored T-shirts to promote businesses on social media. To take his marketing creativity further, Jason auctioned off his la…
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Do you dream of getting paid for blogging? Adam Connell had built a 5-figure per month business working about 10-hours a month. Adam is the real thing. He is making money blogging. He is here to share how he built a great income as a professional blogger. No hype. Just the facts. Adam has also [...]Kirjoittanut The Success Harbor Podcast: Entrepreneurship | Business | Starting Business | Success | Lifestyle
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What does it take to be a successful serial entrepreneur? Matt Paulson is a serial entrepreneur. He is a master of traffic generation. Matt has multiple profitable websites focusing on investments, press release distribution and even animal photo contests. Listen to the following interview to find out how he builds multiple businesses simultaneousl…
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What does it take to create hype to build your business? Susan Baroncini-Moe is a Guinness World Records® record holder for the world’s longest uninterrupted live webcast. (Find out how long is the world's longest webcast from the interview.) Susan is an author, entrepreneur and business consultant. She is the founder and CEO of Business in [...]…
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Transitioning through the death zone requires careful execution and a focus on profitability. The $3 million dollar mark is a critical milestone for businesses, and many struggle to push through it. In this episode, Dan talks to Greg Crabtree, author of Simple Numbers, Straight Talk, Big Profits! about how founders can push through the death zone (…
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