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Ninetwentynine is the nine minutes and twenty-nine seconds long podcast for anyone wanting to grow their business, fulfil their ambitions or just improve their side hustle. Each episode has a different guest imparting advice on something they’ve learned and sharing their one main key to success based on years of experience.

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74 Episodes
In the first of two episodes focusing on marketing and content, Eshaan speaks to author and Director of Content at Foundation, Melanie Deziel. Melanie was the first-ever Editor of Branded Content for the New York Times and has won multiple awards. She has since dedicated her time to teaching others how to be successful within this space, which is why her lesson is ‘how to succeed with content’.  Ninetwentynine is a podcast. See for privacy and opt-out information.
In the latest part of our mini-series focusing on mindset, Marc Randolph, co-founder and first CEO of Netflix, is here to tell us why ‘nobody knows anything’. It’s a bold statement, and an intentionally provocative one. So what can you learn from the idea that, while success can’t be predicted, you can still take steps towards achieving it. Ninetwentynine is a podcast. See for privacy and opt-out information.
This is the third part of our mini-series focusing on mindset. Mo Gawdat is the former Chief Officer of Google X, and during his years managing people he realised the value of being empathic. Mo believes that it is one of the biggest values missing from most businesses and business leaders – and in this episode he explains why it can help you succeed.  Ninetwentynine is a podcast. See for privacy and opt-out information.
This is the second episode in our new mini-series, focusing on mindset. Milda Mitkute is the co-founder of Lithuania’s first ever tech unicorn company, Vinted. The company grew very quickly from its beginning in 2008, and is now valued at an incredible $4.5 billion. This quick growth meant that all of Vinted’s team were kept very busy, including Milda, which is why she is here to tell us ‘how to embrace the feeling of always being behind’. Ninetwentynine is a podcast. See for privacy and opt-out information.
This episode kicks off our second Ninetwentynine mini-series, which focuses on mindset. Will Page made a name for himself as the Chief Economist at Spotify. He’s now sharing his knowledge on how to pivot through the disruption all industries are currently facing in his book ‘Tarzan Economics’. Get ready to learn ‘how to capture your audience’s attention’ – and see what you can put into practice. You can listen to Will’s podcast, Bubble Trouble here: Ninetwentynine is a podcast. See for privacy and opt-out information.
For the second episode in the mini-series of creative lessons, Charlie Hopkinson – impressionist, comedian, and filmmaker, is here to talk to us about ‘cracking your creativity’. Charlie has been dedicated to ensuring that his creative career is sustainable and one that gives him the space and freedom to be creative, without worrying about where his next paycheque is coming from. Charlie is here to teach you the foundations to lay to be able to support your next venture. Ninetwentynine is a podcast. See for privacy and opt-out information.
Kicking off a mini-series focusing on lessons creatives can teach us, Tom Thum – beatboxer, breakdancer, graffiti writer, MC, and producer is here to tell us about “the importance of being self-sufficient in today’s digital age”. He’s mastered many skills in his career and has all the tools he needs to be in charge of his own online content. What can you learn from the way he’s seized the chance to connect directly with his audience?Ninetwentynine is a podcast. See for privacy and opt-out information.
Melanie has found her secret for a successful work-life balance, and she’s ready to share it with you. She launched Ghia, the Mediterranean-influenced drinks brand, during the pandemic and has found being an entrepreneur is no easy task, which is why she’s had to find solutions that work for her. She’s here to tell us why ‘life-work integration’ might be the answer to your problems and how it’s become her ‘secret to work-life balance’. Ninetwentynine is a podcast. See for privacy and opt-out information.
Amir Nathoo values a mindful approach to business, and it’s contributed to the success of his educational community marketplace, Outschool. He credits self-awareness as the key strategy that helped him shape his company and realise his goals. Amir is here to tell you why having ‘self-awareness as a strategy’ will help you with your ambitions.Ninetwentynine is a podcast. See for privacy and opt-out information.
Everybody is unique, and entrepreneur and TV host Paul Carrick Brunson wants you to realise that your uniqueness is your superpower. He first recognised this whilst he was at school and has harnessed it throughout his working life, which is why his career has included a variety of different avenues. Here, Paul wants to share the benefit of “showing up in places where there are few of you”.  Ninetwentynine is a podcast. See for privacy and opt-out information.
Julie and her mother started up The Cambridge Satchel Company from their kitchen table with just £600. She was driven by one goal – making enough money to be able to send her daughter to a better school. She achieved this goal, and a lot more – five years later, the company was worth £50 million. She credits her lesson of ‘taking one step at a time’ to her success.Ninetwentynine is a podcast.  See for privacy and opt-out information.
Furniture maker Chris Salomone found success through his YouTube channel Foureyes Furniture. He won over viewers by creating wholesome tutorial videos, showcasing his design methods and unique projects. Chris’s designs are precise and deliberate, but his career path has been more spontaneous, and that’s why he’s telling Eshaan about ‘the freedom in not having a grand plan’. Ninetwentynine is a podcast. See for privacy and opt-out information.
Shahir Chowdhury co-founded Shikho, an educational app that is serving students in Bangladesh. Shahir saw that there was an open market within EdTech in Bangladesh and set out to create a solution. He is here to tell us ‘how tech is solving education problems’. Ninetwentynine is a podcast. See for privacy and opt-out information.
Liz Wald has spent her career looking for new and exciting business opportunities with those brands and sectors that have the potential to become an integral part of our lives. Once in charge of strategic development at Etsy, she is now a board member of Good Earth Organics. She’s got many investments right and – occasionally – some wrong, but she’s earned the experience to be able to tell us ‘how to develop an investment instinct’. Ninetwentynine is a podcast.  See for privacy and opt-out information.
Boy Smells is a ‘genderful’ brand that produces scented candles, intimate apparel and fine fragrances. In this episode of Ninetwentynine, Boy Smells’ creator and co-founder Matthew Herman tells Eshaan about the importance of building your brand around authentic values, and explains how his personal identity informs the company’s success.Ninetwentynine is a podcast. See for privacy and opt-out information.
Bill Shufelt is the co-founder of Athletic Brewing Co. He and his fellow founder, John Walker, follow the enduring advice of their mentor Blake Mycoskie (of Toms Shoes), and, as a result, remain deeply involved in their business’s hiring process. Bill is here to tell us why a ‘relentless focus on hiring and culture’ is so important at Athletic. Ninetwentynine is a podcast.  See for privacy and opt-out information.
Jordan Nathan founded cookware brand Caraway with a mission to spark joy in the kitchen, and to offer an alternative to the toxic materials found in many of our pots and pans. Since 2019, they’ve attracted customers and investors alike with their eco-friendly products, distinctive design and ethical manufacturing process. Here, Jordan tells Eshaan what role hype plays in presenting your brand to the world – and what you can do to get people talking about you. Ninetwentynine is a podcast. See for privacy and opt-out information.
Jeff Bullas was named “top influencer of Chief Marketing Officers and the world’s top social marketing talent” by Forbes. He runs a successful digital marketing blog and is here to tell you about the power of online content for business growth.Ninetwentynine is a podcast. See for privacy and opt-out information.
Douglas Conant is the founder and CEO of ConantLeadership. Douglas previously acted as CEO of the Campbell Soup Company, so he knows a thing or two about running a successful multibillion-dollar company. Here, he tells Eshaan why it’s important to ask ‘How Can I Help?’ and how that question can make you a better leader. Ninetwentynine is a podcast. See for privacy and opt-out information.
Carrie Kwan is the co-founder and managing director of Mums & Co, an Australian-based parenting network. Mums & Co is a community of mums in business – a space for women to feel supported in their professional endeavours and their entrepreneurial wellbeing. Carrie is passionate about helping mothers achieve their own version of success – whatever that looks like for the individual. Here, Carrie tells Eshaan why we should all ‘embrace ambition’. Ninetwentynine is a podcast. See for privacy and opt-out information.
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