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Killing the doubts that kill the dreams. Entrepreneurs tell their story of overcoming their doubts to attain their dreams.

Killing the doubts that kill the dreams. Entrepreneurs tell their story of overcoming their doubts to attain their dreams.
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Killing the doubts that kill the dreams. Entrepreneurs tell their story of overcoming their doubts to attain their dreams.






The Introvert Entrepreneur | Beth Buelow | Episode 303

Beth Buelow (BEE-low), ACC, works with introvert entrepreneurs who want to build sustainable, energetically aligned businesses. She is a professional coach, podcaster, and speaker. Beth is the author the forthcoming The Introvert Entrepreneur: Amplify Your Strengths and Create Success on Your Own Terms, published by Perigee (PEAR-a-gee) Books in November 2015.


The Ask Formula | Ryan Levesque | Episode 302

Ryan Levesque, author of the new book Ask is a marketing expert who helped build multi-million dollar businesses in 17 different industries, generating over $100 million dollars in sales in the process. Today, he and his team offer training, consulting, and implementation services for entrepreneurs and businesses at all levels.


The Art of the Interview | Nathan Chan | Episode 301

Nathan is the Publisher & Editor of Foundr Magazine, a digital magazine for young entrepreneurs on the App Store & Google Play store. Nathan launched Foundr in March 2013 from his bedroom and in a small period of time it has become a top 10 ranked 'Business & Investing Magazine' on the app store.


Funnel Building | Kavit Haria | Episode 299

Kavit Haria started his first online business in 2005 selling marketing education to musicians. After mistake after mistake, failure after failure, he finally learned to build a thriving online business using intricate and automated sales and marketing funnels that built an email list of over 100,000 musicians and generated over a million dollars in sales per year. In 2008, he founded Insider Internet Success; his company through which he helps people discover winning, profitable business...


Start Well | Jack Canfield | Episode 298

Jack Canfield, known as America’s #1 Success Coach, is a bestselling author, professional speaker, trainer, and entrepreneur. He is the founder and chairman of The Canfield Training Group, which trains entrepreneurs, educators, corporate leaders, sales professionals, and motivated individuals in how to expand their vision and accelerate the achievement of their personal and professional goals.


Build a Niche Business | Dan Faggella | Episode 297

Dan Faggella is a recognized email marketing and marketing automation expert. After selling his first business at the age of 25 and scaling his eCommerce business, he founded CLVboost Email Marketing - and now works with new and growing companies to drive profits on autopilot with email.


Fame for Profits | Abbie Unger | Episode 296

Abbie is a former flight attendant with her head still in the clouds and feet reluctantly planted on the ground. She lives on Edisto Beach with her husband, Jason and their two children, Ty and Emily Grace. Her 2nd book, Make Money with Facebook Groups is helping entrepreneurs look at social media marketing in a new way.


A Business that Stands Apart | Brian Wong | Episode 295

Brian Wong is the co-founder and CEO of Kiip (pronounced keep), a category-creating mobile rewards network that is redefining mobile advertising through an innovative platform that leverages moments of achievement in games and apps to simultaneously benefit users, developers and advertisers. Backed by Hummer Winblad, Relay Ventures, True Ventures, Digital Garage and others, the company has raised $15.4 million in funding to date.


Getting a Foot in the Shoe Business | Lane Gerson and Ariel Nelson | Episod

Lane Gerson and Ariel Nelson started their shoe company, Jack Erwin, when they saw how difficult it was to find a quality men’s dress shoe at a reasonable price point. “It’s only in the thousand-plus range that brands feel confident enough to go with a classic style,” Nelson told Business Insider. “Everything else tends to be overstylized.” To solve the problem, Gerson and Nelson found a way to make a high-quality, classic shoe that won’t go out of style or break the bank.


Savvy, Sexy, Social | Amy Schmittauer | Episode 293

Amy Schmittauer is Founder and Face of, a resource helping brands develop and execute a social media marketing strategy to grow awareness and increase sales by showing off their amazing personality online. Leading the charge in video blogging for business, Amy has grown a following for the site that has amassed more than 1 million video views and become a vital referral source to her video content marketing consultancy and professional speaking career. She is a proud...


Product Over Service | Melissa Krieger | Episode 292

A friendly, down-to-earth yoga instructor and personal trainer, Melissa Krieger is based in Victoria, BC. She has been in the health and fitness industry for 15 years and teaches full time, logging over 6000 hours of teaching yoga! Melissa has produced two yoga DVDs, had a weekly TV segment on CHEK TV in Victoria and regularly contributes to Aside from teaching weekly classes she also teaches workshops about pelvic floor and bladder health, presents courses and seminars...


Talk about Me | Paul Blais | Episode 291

The request, "Tell me about yourself"can be one of those questions that can totally stumps you, especially if you are unprepared. But with a little forethought and planning, you can tackle that question in any situation and come out looking like a champ. In this episode I giving you a few tacktics on how to prepare, how to present, and how use your introduction as an opportunity.


Gaining Freedom While Your Business Grows | Mark Jamnik | Episode 290

Mark is a sales strategist and works directly with sales teams to increase sales, decrease marketing costs and keeps track of metrics that matter so the sales team can run itself and the business owner doesn’t have to.


How to Work a Room | Susan RoAne | Episode 289

Susan RoAne is an author, who’s an in-demand keynote speaker. She has shared her message of connection and communication with audiences worldwide, and in diverse publications including the New York Times, Sydney Telegraph, Financial Times, Globe and Mail, USA Today,, Men's Health, Cosmo, the San Francisco Chronicle, huffington post and The Wall Street JournalHer clients include Coca Cola, Kaiser Permanente, The US Air Force, United Health Group, Yale University, Apple Computer,...


Lawyer Up! Protect Yourself. | Steve Sponseller | Episode 288

Steve Sponseller is an Intellectual Property attorney who has helped over 1000 innovators and business leaders discover, develop and protect innovative ideas. Steve believes that every person has the ability to generate creative ideas. His mission is to teach people how to identify and profit from innovative ideas hidden throughout their business.


Putting the Kick Into Kickstarter | David Weiner | Episode 287

Dave Weiner is the Founder of Priority Bicycles. After spending many years in the bicycle industry, Dave moved from California to New York City to pursue a career in the software business. As the CEO of a multinational software company, Dave spent the next ten years of his life working with brands to grow their business by harnessing new technologies. Having grown up in the bicycle industry and living in bicycle-friendly New York City, Dave was constantly asked for bike advice from his...


Build a Business That Can't Be Ignored | Omar Zenhom | Episode 286

Omar Zenhom is the co-founder of The $100 MBA, an alternative business education and community online. He’s also the host of an iTunes Best of 2014 podcast, The $100 MBA Show. The $100 MBA Show’s daily 10-minute business lessons receive over 15,000 daily listeners and was ranked the #1 new podcast on iTunes for 5 consecutive weeks during its debut. Omar utilizes his over a decade of experience in education and business to teaching others how to build businesses they are proud of.


Habits for Change | Steve Scott | Episode 285

Steve Scott believes in the idea of developing one habit at a time, which is the core philosophy of his blog Develop Good Habits. In addition to experimenting with different habits every month, he writes about his experiences in short, actionable Kindle books, which can be found at


Launching a Business No Brainer Style | Ryan Lee | Episode 284

Ryan Lee is a serial entrepreneur, best-selling author, and, most importantly, busy father of four! When he's not carpooling his kids - he's busy building businesses.


Selling Beer | Jeff Seibel & Rob Ziebell | Episode 283

Ghost Runners Brewery is a production-only, all-electric brew house in Vancouver, Washington, USA, founded in 2012 by neighbors Rob Ziebell and Jeff Seibel. Today, they distribute a core selection of premium brews and seasonal exclusives at bars and restaurants throughout the area. Every exceptional creation is handcrafted with high-quality grain and premium hops. Each brew bears a running-based name to celebrate the owners’ beloved pastime – as well as the serious love and labor that went...