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➡️ Like The Podcast? Leave A Rating: ➡️ About The Guest⁣ Randy Haykin is a serial entrepreneur, angel investor, venture capitalist, and philanthropist. Haykin founded and runs The Gratitude Network, a 501c3 not-for-profit that provides coaching services to social entrepreneurs around the world. In 1997, Haykin co-founded Outlook Ventures, which invested in over 30 growth-stage internet and software companies technology companies over a ten-year span. Haykin's "street training" came from executive roles at IBM, Apple, Paramount. Starting in 1993, Haykin joined a series of technology start-ups and held senior sales and marketing positions at Yahoo, Electric Minds, and NetChannel. Haykin has been an angel investor for more than 20 years, investing in more than 30 early-stage companies, including early stakes in AOL, Yahoo, Voquette, eTeamz/Active, Sharie's Berries, Napo Pharmaceuticals, Solazyme, EyeFluence,, FastPencil, LesConcierges, EnerAllies, CrowdOptic, Apploi, QASymphony, ePharmix, and Sculptology.   ➡️ Talking Points⁣           00:00 - Intro 04:35 - Randy Haykin’s Origin Story 06:42 - What Made Randy Leave The Venture Space And Start The Gratitude Network? 10:14 - What Is Randy’s Role In The Gratitude Network? 15:10 - What Is The Biggest Difference Between The Gratitude Network And All The Other Accelerators In The World? 17:55 - Some Lessons For Founders Who Don’t Have A Traditional Business Background 23:22 - How Does Randy Make Business Decisions Between For-Profit Versus Non-Profit Business? 27:33 - What Are The Different Variables Randy Looks For When They Are Scaling Startups? 31:52 - Advice When Trying To Find A Coach? 36:12 - When Is The Right Time To Hire A Coach? 38:42 - Red Flags To Consider When Looking For Coaches? 40:22 - What Has More Merit? A Traditional MBA Program Or Business Coaching. 43:21 - What Should Entrepreneurs Be Aware Of? 52:54 - When Was Randy Happiest? 56:28 - What Is The Mindset Or Driving Force Behind Gratitude Network? 59:39 - What Is Randy’s Advice To Achieve Happiness In Life? 1:03:05 - What Does The Left Brain And Right Brain Term Mean? 1:08:43 - Why Are New Entrepreneurs Afraid Of Sharing Their Business? 1:11:09 - Where Can People Connect WIth Randy? 1:12:23 - What Was The Biggest Challenge In Randy Haykin’s Career And How Did He Overcome It? 1:14:32 - Who Has Been A Mentor to Randy Haykin? 1:16:59 - A Podcast Or A Book Recommendation Of Randy Haykin. 1:19:22 - What Is The One Thing Randy Would Tell His 20-Year-Old Self? 1:20:44 - What Does Success Means To Randy? ➡️ Show Links 1. 2. 3. 4. ➡️ Podcast Sponsors PELETON - TRADE COFFEE - GRIN - HUBSPOT -
➡️ Like The Podcast? Leave A Rating: ➡️ About The Guest⁣ Russ Heddleston is the Co-Founder and CEO of DocSend. He was previously a product manager at Facebook, where he arrived via the acquisition of his startup, and has held roles at Dropbox, Greystripe, and Trulia. He sold DocSend to Dropbox for $165M in 2021. He holds an MBA from Harvard and an MS in Computer Science from Stanford. ➡️ Talking Points⁣ 00:00 - Intro 01:02 - Russ Heddleston’s Origin Story 06:09 - Why Russ Decided To Start His Own Business? 10:06 - How Did Russ Get The Idea To Start A Business? 17:07 - How Does Russ Research For Product Market Fit? 23:34 - What Was The Main Focus When Russ Was Building Docsend? 26:48 - How Case Studies Can Help In Growing The Business? 30:20 - What Are Russ’s Fundraising Strategies For His Business? 38:24 - Advice For Founders When They Start Searching For Investors? 42:18 - What Are The Best Practices For Fundraising? 49:03 - Where Can People Connect With Russ? 49:44 - What Was The Biggest Challenge Of Russ Heddleston’s Career And How Does He Overcome It? 50:55 - What Would Russ Tell His 20-Year-Old Self? 51:36 - A Book Or A Podcast Recommended By Russ? 52:20 - Who Is Russ’s Mentor? 53:24 - What Does Success Mean To Russ? ➡️ Show Links ➡️ Podcast Sponsors 1. SHOPIFY - 2. HELLOFRESH - (Code: Successstory16) 3. TRUEBILL - 4. HUBSPOT -
➡️ Like The Podcast? Leave A Rating: ➡️ About The Guest⁣ Shirish Nadkarni is a serial entrepreneur with 20+ years of experience in creating consumer businesses that have scaled to tens of millions of users worldwide. He was the co-founder of Livemocha, the world's largest language learning site with 15+ million registered members. Livemocha pioneered the concept of social language learning and was later acquired by RosettaStone. Prior to Livemocha, Shirish was the founder of TeamOn Systems, a mobile wireless e-mail pioneer that was acquired by Research in Motion in 2002. The TeamOn technology served as the core foundation for Blackberry Internet E-mail, which had over 50 million users at its peak. ➡️ Talking Points⁣ 00:00 - Intro 04:30 - Shirish Nadkarni’s Origin Story 07:15 - What Was The Point Where Shirish Decided to Build His Own Company? 11:00 - How Does Shirish Research Market Fit Product? 14:08 - If Given The Chance, Would Shirish Have Started His Company Differently? 15:33 - Shirish’s Advice For People Who Are Doing Research On Product Market Fit 23:49 - How To Plan To Sell Your Company? 25:50 - Shirish’s Time At Blackberry. 27:19 - How Did Shirish Start His Second Company? 30:23 - Lessons Learned Starting Multiple Companies. 33:28 - What Are Some Strategies To Raise Funds For Startups? 36:19 - How Do Founders Reach More Investors For Fund Raising? 37:55 - How to Select A VC As A Partner? 39:17 - What Is The Standard Agreement With A Venture Firm? 40:03 - Why Is Strong Company Culture Important To Build Or Grow A Company? 44:47 - Who Should Read Shirish’s Book? 46:27 - How Can People Connect With Shirish Nadkarni? 47:16 - What Was The Biggest Challenge Of Shirish’s Career, And How Did He Overcome It? 47:50 - How Important Is Being Able To Pivot As An Entrepreneur? 48:31 - Who Was Shirish’s Mentor? 49:28 - A Book Or A Podcast Recommendation By Shirish 50:15 - What Is One Thing That Shirish Would Tell His 20-Year-Old Self? 51:01 - What Is One Big Misconception About Start-ups? ➡️ Show Links ➡️ Podcast Sponsors 1. Peleton 2. Trade Coffee 3. Hubspot
➡️ Like The Podcast? Leave A Rating: ➡️ About The Guest⁣ Jared Yellin is CEO & Co-Founder of 10X Incubator. He is a non-technical tech founder who found a way to scale his original tech company with zero dollars invested to over 40,000 paying users from around the world.  After exiting his first venture, he partnered with Grant Cardone to launch the 10x Incubator, with the goal of building, scaling, and selling 10,000 tech companies in 10 years. The 10X Incubator will democratize the tech industry by creating an even playing field for all. ➡️ Talking Points⁣ 00:00 - Jared Yellin's Origin Story 10:42 - What Is The 10x Incubator? 26:08 - How Is 10x Fixing Everything That’s Wrong With The VC World Right Now? 32:55 - How To Become A Successful Entrepreneur? 44:11 - Getting The Right Ideas To Start A Business 45:43 - Researching Product Market Fit 46:48 - What Is The 'Pink Ocean' Concept? 50:11 - When Should A New Founder Go All In? 53:49 - How To Get Your First 50 Customers? 48:36 - Jared's Advice For Entrepreneurs 56:12 - How Can People Connect With Jared Yellin? 56:25 - What Was The Biggest Challange Of Jared's Career? 58:00 - What Is An Unpopular Opinion About Startups? 59:23A Book Or Podcast Recommendation. 01:00:04 - If Jared Could Tell His 20-Year-Old Self One Thing What Would It Be? 01:00:30 - What Does Sucess Mean To Jared? ➡️ Show Links ➡️ Podcast Sponsors 1. Athletic Greens 2. Feedback Loop 3. Hubspot
➡️ Like The Podcast? Leave A Rating: ➡️ About The Guest⁣ Kara Goldin is a purpose-driven, inspiring entrepreneur. She is a former AOL executive and the founder of hint®, the leading lifestyle brand of naturally flavored water. Goldin created the San Francisco-based beverage company as an alternative to soda and sugary beverages. hint® has also recently launched a sunscreen spray that is oxybenzone and paraben-free and scented with fruit essence. Goldin has been named among Fortune’s Most Powerful Women Entrepreneurs and Forbes’ 40 Women to Watch Over 40. The Huffington Post listed her as one of the six disruptors in business, alongside Steve Jobs and Mark Zuckerberg. Her latest book, Undaunted: Overcoming Doubts and Doubters, is a Wall Street Journal bestseller and is a rare opportunity to gain insights and proven advice, unlike anything you’ll find in the conventional business press. Kara combines real honest stories from her life with observations that might just change how you think about your own. Further accolades include EY Entrepreneur of the Year 2017 Northern California (one of), San Francisco Business Times Most Influential Woman (one of), Fast Company Most Creative People in Business (one of), EY Winning Woman 2012, Fortune Most Innovative Women in Food & Drink 2015, the Gold Stevie Award for Female Entrepreneur of the Year, AMEX OPENforum’s Women to Watch and the Marketers That Matter award for Brand Building, Small Company. ➡️ Talking Points⁣ 00:00 - Introduction 04:12 - What Is Kara Goldin's Origin Story? 39:51 - What Made Kara Successful? 43:35 - Why Did Kara Choose Her Book Name Undaunted? 54:13 - How Did Kara Manage To Start A Flavored Water Company? 01:01:26 - Which People Are Supposed To Read The Book Of Kara? 01:07:15 - What Was The Biggest Challenge In Kara’s Life? 01:08:35 - Who Is Kara’s Mentor? 01:09:32 - Kara’s Podcast Or Book Recommendation. 01:12:30 - Kara’s Advice For Young Entrepreneurs. 01:13:17 - What Does Success Mean To Kara? ➡️ Show Links ➡️ Podcast Sponsors 1. Factor (Code: Success120) 2. Hubspot 3. Shopify (Code: Successstory) 4. Indeed
➡️ Like The Podcast? Leave A Rating: Alex Banayan is the youngest bestselling business author in American history. The Third Door chronicles Banayan’s seven-year quest to uncover the definitive mindset of exponential growth and success. The book is a #1 international bestseller, has been translated into more than a dozen languages, and has been acclaimed by The New York Post as “a joy to read.” Over the course of his unprecedented journey, Banayan’s research led him to interview the most innovative leaders of the past half-century, including Bill Gates, Lady Gaga, Larry King, Maya Angelou, Steve Wozniak, Jane Goodall, Jessica Alba, Quincy Jones, and more. ➡️ Talking Points 00:00 - Introduction. 04:20 - The Origin Story Of Alex Banayan. 10:17 - How Did Alex Hack A Game Show? 15:46 - For How Much Did Alex Sell His Book For? 18:27 - Story Of A Person’s Experience With The Third Door. 19:10 - Why Is Finding A Mentor The First Step In The Third Door Playbook? 29:51 - How Can Anyone Shift Their Mindset and Start Looking At Life Differently? 32:21 - Is There Ever Success “By Chance”? 45:09 - How Can Anyone Hack Little Situations From Their Daily Routines To Get What They Want? 47:02 - What Was The Story About Warren Buffett? 53:32 - What Would Alex Like His Legacy To Be Like? 57:29 - How Can People Connect With Alex? 58:04 - What Has Been The Biggest Challenge Of Alex’s Life? 1:00:35 - What Is A Book Or A Podcast That Alex Would Recommend? 1:01:10 - What Would Tell His Twenty-Year-Old Self If Alex Could Go Back In Time? 1:01:47 - What Does Success Mean To Alex? ➡️ Show Links ➡️ Podcast Sponsors 1. Feedback Loop 2. Athletic Greens 3. Get Abstract https://getab.lo/success 4. Hubspot
➡️ Like The Show? Leave A Rating: ➡️ About The Guest Candice Bar is a serial entrepreneur, radio station owner, speaker, mentor, tv and radio personality, and female entrepreneur advocate. Candice s the founder and CEO of Luxe Enterprises which includes several different branches of the company. Her show Luxe Life s currently on several major platforms all over the world and three radio stations across the US. Some of the shows platforms include iHeart radio, iTunes, Amazon Alexa, Spotify, and many more. Bar has had the pleasure of interviewing top celebrities and world renown entrepreneurs. She has turned her passion for people into a large networking empire for the past several years, connecting high net worth entrepreneurs internationally. Some of her passions include travel, fitness, music, art and leading by example as a positive role model for the next generation. ➡️ Talking Points 00:00 - Candice’s story. 4:00 - Did Candice ever work a job? 5:42 - What is the point when you start thinking of creating your own business 7:45 - How do you get the idea of starting Luxe 11:00 - How did you manage to get Robert Kiyosaki on Luxe life(podcast). 12:11 - Why Candice started her podcast 13:00 - What are Candice's future plans for her business 14:02 - How does Candice make sure Luxe is a successful brand 15:14 - What is Luxe enterprises 16:58 - How do we get the best quality of podcasts 19:30 - What has Luxe grown into through the years 23:12 - What are some hurdles Candice experienced in her career 25:20 - What Candice recommends about business incubators 27:10 - What are suggestions of Candice to start a business for females and males 28:40 - What are Candice recommendations for starting a podcast 29:07 - How does Candice hire the host 30:20 - What is valuable content in a podcast 31:35 - What are priorities of Candice when she hires a host 32:43 - Do Candice leverage to cross pollinate audience on her other brands 33:41 - Is there is a revenue stream for the podcasters who want to join podcast like Luxe media 34:55 - How do Candice promote her other shows 37:41 - Why is it so important to hire a team instead of doing every thing by yourself 39:46 - How do Candice keeps her team active and excited 40:56 - What were some wins or misses when hiring a team 44:30 - Rolling up your sleeves and building a business 46:30 - How do people connect with Candice 47:54 - What was the biggest challenge of Candice career, and how does she overcome it 49:08 - Who is Candice’s mentor 49:50 - What is podcast recommendation of Candice 50:40 - What Luxe media is covering in their podcasts 51:20 - What could Candice tell 20 year self one thing, what could it be 51:46 - What does success mean to Candice ➡️ Show Links ➡️ Podcast Sponsors 1. Athletic Greens - 2. Express VPN - 3. Hubspot Podcast Network
➡️ Like The Show? Leave A Rating: ➡️ About The Guest Mario is a trusted advisor to executives and their companies as he looks to leverage their most important asset—their brands. By first being able to uniquely understand a brand’s true challenges and untapped potential, then through deliberate and extensive analysis he’s helped major Fortune 500 companies—and even entire countries—tangibly transform while helping to align their cultures and deliver unprecedented growth and value. Mario is also the author of Amazon #1 bestseller Brand Intimacy, A New Paradigm in Marketing. He is a regular speaker and has been featured on Yahoo Finance,, Fox Business TV’s Mornings with Maria and Nasdaq MarketSite, among others. He has also spoken at conferences and industry events. ➡️ Talking Points 00:00 - Mario’s story. 5:05 - What are the lessons that Mario has learned about architecture that carry over to marketing? 7:44 - How has marketing changed over the years? 8:56 - What do brands look for, when working with agencies? 10:15 - How Mario builds intimacy with the brands he works with. 16:51 - Emotional decisions and marketing. 20:17 - The formula for brand intimacy. 21:48 - Brand intimacy and customer acquisition. 29:53 - Tactical steps to increase brand intimacy. 44:12 - Brand intimacy throughout Covid. ➡️ Show Links ➡️ Podcast Sponsors 1. Netsuite 2. Crowdhealth (Code: SuccessStory) 3. Hubspot Podcast Network
➡️ Like The Show? Leave A Rating: ➡️ About The Guest Kris Rudeegraap is the co-founder and CEO of Sendoso, the leading Sending Platform. Kris has more than a decade of sales experience and has spent time at Talkdesk, Yapstone, and Piqora. During that time, he discovered that creating meaningful engagements through direct mail and gifting was an effective way to drive demand and increase sales—which helped inspire the idea for Sendoso. ➡️ Talking Points • 00:00 - Kris's story. • 2:00 - Why Kris jumped back into entrepreneurship after quitting once. • 3:25 - How Sendoso was started. • 6:45 - At what point did Kris quit his job and commit to Sendoso full-time • 10:41 - Some tips and lessons regarding MVP's. • 13:45- How Sendoso was first sold to the market. • 15:20 - At what point in a company should you migrate the sales function from the founder to a sales team. • 16:30 - Sales lessons learned and experienced at Sendoso. • 21:40- Lessons on co-selling. • 26:37 - The decision-making process for future growth at Sendoso. • 27:37 - How Sendoso managed and coped with Covid-19. • 29:04 - Thoughts on future trends in sales. ➡️ Show Links • • ➡️ Podcast Sponsors • Manscaped - Essential Men’s Grooming (Code: 20SUCCESS) • Athletic Greens - Daily Health Support • Express VPN — Protect Your Online Activity • Hubspot Podcast Network
➡️ Like The Show? Leave A Rating: ➡️ About The Guest Best-selling author Phillip Stutts comes from the cutthroat world of political and corporate marketing and has been described as a “marketing maverick reshaping business success using the secret formula that gets presidents elected.” Contributing to 1,407 election victories, including three U.S. Presidential victories and working with multiple Fortune 200 companies, Phillip plays the game of political and corporate marketing on the highest level, battling it out with fierce competition, multi-billion-dollar budgets, and a win or die mentality. He is the founder and CEO of Win BIG Media (a corporate marketing agency) and Founder/Executive Chairman of Go BIG Media (a political marketing ad firm). Phillip has spoken in front of 50 million+ people in his career, he's repped by VaynerSpeakers (Gary Vaynerchuk's speaker bureau) and Keppler Speakers (largest speaker's bureau in the U.S.) and made more than 350 national media appearances including ESPN, CBS, FOX BUSINESS, FOX NEWS, MSNBC, and CNN. Phillip has been interviewed by renowned business, entertainment, and health leaders including: Anderson Cooper, Gary Vaynerchuk, Peter Diamandis, James Altucher, Michael Hyatt, Adam Carolla, Dr. Drew Pinsky, and Dr. Steven Gundry. ➡️ Talking Points 00:00 - Phillips's story. 17:12 - How to consistently have the best strategies on every platform. 20:44 - Lessons learnt from the political marketing arena that can apply to b2c/b2b marketing. 26:58 - What is the best way to test political marketing. 27:51 - Why marketing agencies should work themselves out of a job. 29:52 - What does comparatising mean? 38:29 - How to focus your energy while managing multiple businesses. ➡️ Show Links ➡️ Podcast Sponsors 1. Shopify - All-In-One eCommerce Tools — Free 14 Day 2. True Bill - Control Your Subscriptions 3. Ladder - Life Insurance, Simplified 4. Hubspot Podcast Network
➡️ Like The Show? Leave A Rating: ➡️ About The Guest Zac Litwack is a partner at Savage Ventures, an expert digital marketer and growth hacker. He started a music company in 2010 which produced a gold record and 9 figures in streams, and subsequently grew a healthcare technology startup to multiple 7 figures in revenue.  He recently led marketing for Savage portfolio company OutKick, which quickly scaled to 7 figures per month in revenue and sold to FOX less than 1 year after its launch.  He is currently Chief Marketing Officer / Owner of American Songwriter and Total Frat Move whose properties reach 20+ million people per month and leads growth hacking and high tempo testing across Savage’s portfolio companies, including MyDrHank, a 7 figure D2C online pharmacy brand focused on the male senior market. ➡️ Talking Points 00:00 - Zac’s story. 09:16 - Side hustle venture capital firm. 15:33 - How to scale distressed companies. 21:04 - The importance of being a VC / operator. 36:27 - Setting up an exit strategy. 38:58 - The importance of testing for growth. 52:21 - How to start in start-ups. ➡️ Show Links ➡️ Podcast Sponsors 1. Shopify— All-In-One eCommerce Tools — Free 14 Day 2. Get Abstract — Summarizes and Rates Thousands of Books 3. Manscaped - Essential Men’s Grooming (Code: 20SUCCESS) 4. Hubspot Podcast Network
➡️ Like The Show? Leave A Rating: ➡️ About The Guest Kris Ruby is the CEO of Ruby Media Group, a public relations and social media agency. Kris Ruby is a frequent on air TV contributor and speaks on social media, tech trends and crisis communications. Kris is one of America’s pre-eminent social media experts and is a frequent on air contributor on FOX News, CNBC, Good Morning America, The Today Show and more. Kris is at the epicenter of the social media marketing world and frequently speaks to associations leveraging social media to build a personal brand. She also presents social media workshops for CEO groups to empower business owners to utilize social tools for their networks. Kris was honored by Columbia University’s Business School to lead a social media workshop for its alumni organization and was chosen to speak on personal brand authenticity at Microsoft. Kris graduated from Boston University’s College of Communication with a major in Public Relations. Kris was chosen by the Business Council of Westchester as the youngest “40 Under 40″ Rising Stars. Kris is a columnist for The Observer and covers social media, public relations and tech trends. ➡️ Talking Points 00:00 - Kris’s story. 10:36 - What does a PR agency do for brands? 13:07 - Figuring out what brands you want to work with. 21:46 - Why we don’t value creators more. 26:47 - Can you pay in exposure? 35:01 - PR and success KPIs. 43:14 - The importance of an ever evolving company story. 52:32 - How to tell a good story. 55:53 - The art of getting media coverage. ➡️ Show Links ➡️ Podcast Sponsors 1. Shopify— All-In-One eCommerce Tools — Free 14 Day 2. Playbook — Grow Your Wealth 3. Get Abstract - Summarizes and Rates Thousands of Books 4. Hubspot Podcast Network
➡️ Like The Show? Leave A Rating: ➡️ About The Guest Rand Fishkin is cofounder and CEO of audience research software startup, SparkToro. He’s dedicated his professional life to helping people do better marketing through his writing, videos, speaking, and his book, Lost and Founder.  In 2004, he created the SEOmoz blog, which, over the next decade, became the world’s most popular community and content resource for search marketers. In 2007, the company (Moz) transitioned from consulting to software and Rand took the role of CEO. Over 7 years as CEO, Rand grew Moz to 130+ employees, $30M+ in revenue, and traffic to 30M+ visitors/year. He raised two rounds of funding, led three acquisitions, and a rebrand. Rand stepped down as CEO in 2014 during a rough bout with depression and left the company 4 years later. Rand was also the co-founder of alongside Dharmesh Shah. The site was sold to Hubspot in 2014. In 2018, Rand founded SparkToro and published, with Penguin/Random House, Lost and Founder: A Painfully Honest Field Guide to the Startup World. Rand previously co-contributed to two books: Art of SEO, and Inbound Marketing & SEO. He’s been profiled in the Seattle Times, featured in Puget Sound Business Journal’s 40 Under 40, named to BusinessWeek’s 30 Under 30, written about in Newsweek, The Next Web, the Inc 500, and hundreds of other publications.  ➡️ Talking Points 00:00 - Rand’s story. 04:58 - Arbitraging Pokémon cards. 09:54 - How Rand built Sparktoro. 16:21 - You don’t need to raise VC money. 24:18 - Bootstrapping vs. VC money. 40:40 - Product led growth, engagement and recidivism. 56:36 - The issues with startup culture. ➡️ Show Links ➡️ Podcast Sponsors 1. True Bill—Control Your Subscriptions 2. Express VPN — Protect Your Online Activity 3. Get Abstract - Summarizes and Rates Thousands of Books 4. Hubspot Podcast Network
➡️ Like The Show? Leave A Rating: ➡️ About The Guest Jerome Maldonado is a highly successful real estate investor, business owner, salesmen, coach and speaker. Over the span of his 20-year career, Jerome has built an eight-figure empire and has mentored people from around the world in sales, real estate, and business. Over the course of his career he has built multiple 8 figure businesses, bought failing businesses such as Radio Shack, Pier 1 Imports and Modell's Sporting Goods. Built a team that includes the likes of Tai Lopez and Alex Mehr. One of the largest Subway franchisees in the nation, as well as owner of beauty salons, juice bars and more as well as a global keynote speaker, business leader, and mentor. ➡️ Talking Points 00:00 - Jerome’s story. 09:54 - Overcoming imposter syndrome. 23:30 - Recovering after a recession. 27:38 - How to find the right business partners. 34:17 - How to grow a real estate empire. 52:52 - Subsidizing your own skill set. ➡️ Show Links ➡️ Podcast Sponsors 1. Laika — Compliance Tools & Software (20% Off) 2. Playbook — Grow Your Wealth 3. Get Abstract - Summarized Books & Movies 4. Crowdhealth - A Better Insurance Alternative (Code: SuccessStory) 5. Hubspot Podcast Network
➡️ Like The Show? Leave A Rating: ➡️ About The Guest Jonathan Perelman is the President of ICM Stellar Sports. ICM Partners is one of the world’s leading talent agencies, dedicated to the representation of artists, content creators, broadcasters, authors, journalists and artisans, and in 2020 Perelman helped to oversee ICM Partners’ acquisition of the powerhouse London agency Stellar Group, which represents over 800 athletes. Before orchestrating the ICM Stellar Sports deal, Perelman served as ICM’s Head of Digital Ventures, and he previously spent time at Buzzfeed and Google. Perelman also serves as a board member for several sports and entertainment start-ups.  ➡️ Talking Points 00:00 - Jonathan’s story. 09:28 - Why Jon left google. 20:28 - What does ‘digital transformation’ mean? 29:12 - Growing your brand. 36:08 - How to scale your business with the right talent. 42:39 - How do you find the right mentors? 50:04 - Managing high performance people. ➡️ Show Links ➡️ Podcast Sponsors 1. Netsuite — Get Insight Into Your Business 2. Playbook — Grow Your Wealth 3. Hubspot Podcast Network
➡️ Like The Show? Leave A Rating: ➡️ About The Guest Peter Hopwood is Global Speaker Coach, Virtual Speaking Specialist & TEDx Coach, Media Skills Trainer, Worldwide Events MC & Speaker - lived in 7 countries, worked in 32, currently based in Croatia, working worldwide on Zoom! Peter travels the globe (now virtually) helping people define, craft and tell clearer stories with stronger impact. Bringing more value, clarity and engagement to their ideas. He helps executives, entrepreneurs and teams to develop their speaking style in front of a crowd or in a virtual setting, gain investment and persuade with impact. ➡️ Talking Points 00:00 - Peter’s story. 10:02 - Things to think about when you’re presenting on stage. 17:46 - Practice makes perfect. 26:53 - Transitioning from in person speaking to virtual speaking. 38:27 - Dealing with career adversity 51:47 - How to deliver incredible speeches, virtually. 56:12 - How to amplify signals. ➡️ Show Links ➡️ Podcast Sponsors 1. Shopify— All-In-One eCommerce Tools — Free 14 Day Trial 2. Long Shot Leadership—The Hottest New Interview Show 3. Playbook — Grow Your Wealth 4. Red Hat's Compiler — A Deep Dive Tech Podcast 5. Hubspot Podcast Network
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➡️ Like The Show? Leave A Rating: ➡️ About The Guest David Morgan is a widely recognized analyst in the precious metals industry and consults for hedge funds, high net worth investors, mining companies, depositories, and bullion dealers. He is the publisher of The Morgan Report, a world-class publication designed to build and secure wealth. He is the author of “The Silver Manifesto” and a featured speaker at investment conferences worldwide. David Morgan has appeared on CNBC, Fox Business, Yahoo Finance, MSNBC, and BNN in Canada. He has interviewed- The Wall Street Journal, Futures Magazine, Investing Rules Book, and numerous other publications. ➡️ Talking Points 00:00 - David’s story. 08:53 - What does honest money mean? 15:08 - What’s the fix for rampant inflation? 24:35 - Moving from silver standard to gold standard. 41:50 - Is the American Dream still alive? 46:23 - Correlation between gold and silver. ➡️ Show Links ➡️ Podcast Sponsors 1. Masterworks — Learn To Invest In Fine Art 2. Playbook — Grow Your Wealth 3. Hubspot Podcast Network
➡️ Like The Show? Leave A Rating: ➡️ About The Guest David Ciccarelli is an entrepreneur, the founder and CEO of Voices. As Chief Executive Officer, with the help of his team, David has grown Voices from the ground up to become the leader in the voice-over industry. David is responsible for setting the vision, executing the growth strategy, creating a vibrant culture, and managing the company on a day-to-day basis. David is wholeheartedly dedicated to growing the company to become a world-class organization and leading the industry in the digital age. David has participated in the Canadian Technology Accelerator in Silicon Valley and then the Canadian Technology Accelerator in New York City. He successfully raised $2M in funding from the Business Development Bank of Canada, followed by a USD $18M Series A funding from Morgan Stanley Expansion Capital located in San Francisco. He often writes about these experiences in the Wall Street Journal, Entrepreneur Magazine, and Forbes. ➡️ Talking Points 00:00 - David’s story. 10:12 - The importance of shipping. 18:15 - How to iterate & evolve through various business models. 24:32 - How to secure your first customers. 29:20 - Where should you spend your time as CEO? 36:15 - How to build a marketplace. 44:15 - How to overcome ‘shiny object syndrome’ and decide what to focus on. 52:33 - Lessons for a young entrepreneur. ➡️ Show Links ➡️ Podcast Sponsors 1. Masterworks — Learn To Invest In Fine Art 2. Hubspot Podcast Network
➡️ Like The Show? Leave A Rating: ➡️ About The Guest Natasha Graziano is the nation’s #1 Mindset Coach & ranked ‘number 1 female motivational speaker under 40 in the world’ by Forbes Magazine and top female mindset coach by Business Insider. Natasha is the host of The Law Of Attraction podcast, which has gained over 100 Million Views to date and is ranked in the ‘Top 10 podcasts to download in 2021’ by Influenciv magazine. Natasha is the creator of the renowned MBS Method (Meditational Behavioural Synchronicity) - your transformation to a greater life which consists of ancient breathing techniques, meditation in altered states of consciousness and is rooted in neuroscience! Her knowledge has gained over 1 Billion Views and her programs have helped over 1.5 Million people transform their lives, making her one of the most respected names in her field online internationally. Natasha has been learning and teaching Mindset for the last 15 years for all kinds of people at different stages of their life, incl. Entrepreneurs with 9 & 10 figure businesses and A-list movie stars. She has been seen in The New York Times, Wealth Insider, Marie Claire, Harper's Bazaar, BBC, Business Insider, Vogue, Forbes & many more top-tier publications. ➡️ Talking Points 00:00 - Natasha’s story. 09:41 - What is the MBA method? 23:19 - What is manifesting, and how do you actually implement it in your life? 28:50 - Biohacking & its tangible impact on your life. 32:33 - Aligning your heart and your mind. 40:32 - The power of personal brand. 52:14 - How to deal with imposter syndrome. 01:01:14 - How to grow your following on social media. 01:09:36 - Advice for entrepreneurs. ➡️ Show Links ➡️ Podcast Sponsors 1. Feedback Loop - Targeted Customer Feedback 2. True Bill—Control Your Subscriptions 3. Laika — Compliance Tools & Software (20% Off) 4. Hubspot Podcast Network
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