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Hack the Entrepreneur is a podcast for entrepreneurs looking to develop their success mindset. People who are looking for their next business idea, getting started online, and how to start a business. We understand that starting a business and doing work that matters is not always easy, but it is worth it. From solo entrepreneurs to startup founders, digital nomads to Amazon FBA, we discuss what it takes to be successful with building a SaaS company, affiliate marketing, passive income ideas, coaching and consulting, content marketing, and starting a small business. You will hear from experts such as Gary Vaynerchuk, Seth Godin, James Altucher, Pat Flynn, John Lee Dumas, Brian Tracy, and Jordan Harbinger. Hack the Entrepreneur can be seen on Inc., Copyblogger, Entrepreneur, Foundr, and SiriusXM.

Hack the Entrepreneur is a podcast for entrepreneurs looking to develop their success mindset. People who are looking for their next business idea, getting started online, and how to start a business. We understand that starting a business and doing work that matters is not always easy, but it is worth it. From solo entrepreneurs to startup founders, digital nomads to Amazon FBA, we discuss what it takes to be successful with building a SaaS company, affiliate marketing, passive income ideas, coaching and consulting, content marketing, and starting a small business. You will hear from experts such as Gary Vaynerchuk, Seth Godin, James Altucher, Pat Flynn, John Lee Dumas, Brian Tracy, and Jordan Harbinger. Hack the Entrepreneur can be seen on Inc., Copyblogger, Entrepreneur, Foundr, and SiriusXM.
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Hack the Entrepreneur is a podcast for entrepreneurs looking to develop their success mindset. People who are looking for their next business idea, getting started online, and how to start a business. We understand that starting a business and doing work that matters is not always easy, but it is worth it. From solo entrepreneurs to startup founders, digital nomads to Amazon FBA, we discuss what it takes to be successful with building a SaaS company, affiliate marketing, passive income ideas, coaching and consulting, content marketing, and starting a small business. You will hear from experts such as Gary Vaynerchuk, Seth Godin, James Altucher, Pat Flynn, John Lee Dumas, Brian Tracy, and Jordan Harbinger. Hack the Entrepreneur can be seen on Inc., Copyblogger, Entrepreneur, Foundr, and SiriusXM.

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Episodes

469: From Posters to Printful | Davis Siksnans

7/17/2019
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In 2011, my guest and his team started an online store that offered posters with motivational quotes, and they called in Startup Vitamins. The success of Startup Vitamins pushed the team to want to branch out and start selling apparel. They wanted to do it the same way they did with posters: on-demand. Unfortunately, at the time there were no services that would do print-on-demand apparel and be able to consistently supply quality products. So they created their own company called...

Duration:00:35:10

468: Building the Most Respected Seafood Brand in the World | Luke Holden

7/2/2019
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Whether you're just beginning to build your dream or are already well on your way, Pantheon can help you deliver the best online experience and future-proof your digital presence. Learn more at Pantheon My guest grew up in Maine, working in his family's seafood business. In 2007, he graduated from university and moved to New York City to work as a financial analyst. After a couple years he was earning a great salary, but he felt a calling back to his roots. So at 25 years old he decided...

Duration:00:32:24

467: Success Comes From Self-Awareness and a Bias for Action | Brian Ree

6/24/2019
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LinkedIn Marketing Solutions: Every day, over 500 million professionals engage with content on LinkedIn, and chances are, your future customers are among them! To redeem a free $100 LinkedIn ad credit, go to LinkedIn. My guest today has built and sold three businesses during his career. He's driven by the philosophy that things can always be better, and that you may as well take chances because really, what's the worst that could happen? Since 2011 he has been building DailyLook, a...

Duration:00:38:22

466: How One Small Idea Became a Business with Millions of Customers | Marcin Kleczynski

6/17/2019
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Marcin Kleczynski is a Polish-born immigrant who moved to the US at age of 3 and grew up in the Chicago suburbs. As a kid, he spent much of his time on forums and in chat rooms during the early days of the world wide web. Due to his families financial situation, he couldn't afford to buy computer games, so he downloaded them from the internet and one fateful time his family's computer became infected with Malware. Frustrated that his computer's anti-malware didn't prevent the infection, he...

Duration:00:29:14

465: Boxing Up Happiness and Turning it Into a Business | Rob Ridgeway

5/28/2019
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LinkedIn Marketing Solutions: Every day, over 500 million professionals engage with content on LinkedIn, and chances are, your future customers are among them! To redeem a free $100 LinkedIn ad credit, go to LinkedIn Have you ever thought to yourself, that would make a great app or that would be a cool idea for a game? 10 years ago my guest had the exact same thought, except unlike most people he took small steps to push it forward. He spent the next few years researching, testing, and...

Duration:00:46:30

The 4-Day Content Creation System with Pamela Wilson

5/6/2019
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Content marketing, content strategy, and blogging – these are things we talk about constantly. In fact, I've said it before and I'll say it again, all businesses in 2019 are in the content business, whether they know it or not. But understanding the importance of content marketing is only one piece of the puzzle. Executing effectively is a whole other thing. You can't just write and publish mediocre articles without a strategy or plan and expect any benefits to come from it. Which brings...

Duration:01:05:59

463: Starting Freshbooks and Finding Advisors | Mike McDerment

5/2/2019
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Mike McDerment of FreshBooks is a former web designer, collector of advisors, and Canadian entrepreneur. In January 2003, he was running a four-person design agency. He was using Microsoft Word to create his firm's invoices. One day, he accidentally saved over an old invoice, and something in him snapped he knew there had to be a better way. Over the next two weeks, he coded up a solution for his clients and eventually turned that side-project into what is now FreshBooks. Mike McDerment...

Duration:00:30:00

462: Outwork Everyone Else | Jane Mosbacher Morris

4/22/2019
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Grab your FREE 7 Day trial at Blinkist FREE guide “Seven Key Strategies to Grow your Profits" at NetSuite My guest today, began her career in the U.S. Department of State working in the Bureau of Counterterrorism and in the Secretary's Office of Global Women's Issues. This position brought her around the world and gave her a glimpse into the economics of what she calls the broken fashion industry and in this she was presented with an opportunity to instigate change and build a...

Duration:00:43:53

461: Why You Need a High Tolerance for Failing | Dwayne J. Clark

4/10/2019
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Grab your FREE 7 Day trial at Blinkist Get started with your FREE account right now at Combin Dwayne J. Clark is that rare and unique entrepreneur, filmmaker, author, and playwright. But today we are talking to the entrepreneur in him. Following a brief career in criminal justice, he discovered assisted living for the elderly, and his path was changed. Nearly 20 years ago, after working at two companies in the industry, he co-founded Aegis Living, one of the most sought-after assisted...

Duration:00:37:44

460: Search For a Reason to Say No | Matt Wan

4/3/2019
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To redeem a free $100 LinkedIn ad credit, go to LinkedIn. My guest today has had a burning desire to start and grow businesses since he was in grade school. Then a few years ago, he stumbled across an idea that was just too good an opportunity to pass up. After doing some preliminary research and searching for reasons to NOT start, he founded Momentous, the highest-quality protein powder available on the market, period. This is a fascinating conversation about his journey from founding...

Duration:00:45:05

459: From Hand Delivered Flyers to 60 Different Markets | Josh Cohen

3/25/2019
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Grab your FREE 7 Day trial at Blinkist Get NetSuite's guide "Crushing the Five Barriers to Growth" at NetSuite My guest today started his first "real" business almost 15 years ago at the age of 21 and equipped with a stack of homemade flyers and his Mom's SUV. This company is Junkluggers, a junk removal and dumpster rental company -- with a twist -- that contributes to the communities they serve and the environment by donating, recycling, and supporting local causes. What started as a...

Duration:00:37:23

458: How to Scale Your Company (From the Founder of Google Analytics) | Brett Crosby

3/18/2019
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To get started absolutely for free, go to Combin Back in 1997, my guest and his brother co-founded a small software company called Urchin. During the next 8 years, they grew their company and developed the software that later became Google Analytics. In 2005, Urchin was acquired by Google, where Brett spent 9 1/2 years as the Director of Product Marketing for Chrome, Gmail, Docs, and Drive. In 2014, he decided it was time to throw his hat back into the ring with another company, and...

Duration:00:42:47

457: Validating Ideas with Measured Risk | Alex McClafferty

3/11/2019
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To get started absolutely for free, go to Combin Back in 2013 Alex McClafferty was searching for an idea –– a project he could dive headfirst into and turn it into a business. Then from California, he came across Dan Norris working away in Australia on a newly created service called WP Live Ninja. Alex loved the idea, and saw that Dan had $478/month in revenue and was struggling to acquire customers. So he reached out to Dan to see if he wanted to partner up -- and from this conversation...

Duration:00:40:27

456: Finding an Idea and Taking Action | Barry Turner

3/4/2019
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To redeem a free $100 LinkedIn ad credit, go to LinkedIn. Barry Turner is a former competitive bodybuilder, but to American Gladiator fans he was known as “Cyclone.” As cool as that is, he's here today because he has built a successful business, sold it, bought back half of it, and sold it again! Along with his business partner, he helped create the baked nutrition category back in 1993 while eating after a workout – they asked “Why can’t we put the protein from this chicken breast… into...

Duration:00:40:13

455: Turning One Tiny Idea into 120,000 Happy Customers | Tom Kulzer

2/4/2019
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To redeem a free $100 LinkedIn ad credit, go to LinkedIn.com/HACK. In today's episode, we talk to the founder of AWeber, the company that invented what we now know as autoresponder emails. Tom Kulzer founded AWeber back in 1998 and has since bootstrapped the company from a side hustle into a team of 100 employees and more than 120,000 users worldwide. In this conversation, we discuss the invention of email autoresponders, poking holes in your beliefs, and never accepting what is presented...

Duration:00:43:17

454: Company of One | Paul Jarvis

1/22/2019
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Paul Jarvis is a veteran of the online tech world, and over the years has had such corporate clients as Microsoft, Yahoo, Mercedes-Benz, Warner Music, and even Shaquille O'Neal. Today, he teaches online courses, writes, and runs several software businesses, his latest being a simple and privacy-based website analytics platform called Fathom. Plus, he does all of this from his home on an island on the West Coast of Canada. His latest project is his brand new book Company of One, your...

Duration:00:54:28

453: Solve a Big Pain for a Small Audience | Natalie Nagele

1/7/2019
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To redeem a free $100 LinkedIn ad credit, go to LinkedIn.com/HACK. What if you could run a successful software company with your significant other, have you are your team of 30 people work just 32 hours per week, build houses on the side, and be a loving and caring parent? Natalie Nagele has done just that. For the past 14 years, she has been the co-founder and CEO of Wildbit. Wildbit is the parent software company of Beanstalk, Postmark, Conveyor, and Deploybot which they sold in...

Duration:00:43:23

452: Starting Before You're Ready | Jacqui Ma

12/24/2018
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To put FIN to work for you for free, go to: https://fin.com/hack Jacqui Ma got a business degree and worked in the manufacturing industry for a couple of years, then went back to school to study industrial design. She began her career designing products such as medical equipment and furniture before getting into luggage design –– which then lead to designing all types of bags. Since then she has worked for PUMA and consulted to Amazon Fashion. During all of this, she was living above...

Duration:00:36:38

451: Don't Wait for Permission | Mary Marantz

11/29/2018
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To put FIN to work for you for free, go to: https://fin.com/hack My guest today graduated from Yale Law school, spent some time working at a London law firm before deciding that she wanted to start her own business. During this same time, her husband began taking photos of weddings on the side. That was 12 years ago, and they have scaled from one-off wedding photography to being named top wedding photographers by Profoto. In this conversation we discuss: Now, let's hack... Mary Marantz.

Duration:00:45:05

450: The Only Constant is Change | Ryan Millman

11/19/2018
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Discover.bot a digital space for bot developers and enthusiasts of all skill levels to learn from one another, share stories, and move the conversation forward. New to bots? Get started with their Beginner's Guide. My guest today started his first business in 1999 out of the library in his college. From this original venture and $5000 in startup money, he has built his original idea into Millman Multimedia, the umbrella that encompasses five companies and 350 employees. This is a...

Duration:00:36:17