Can Dr. Kevin Christie take his digitized ergonomic program to the next level for desk workers?
We find out on this episode of Built in a Day Podcast.
Kevin is a chiropractor running two sports clinics. He also helps corporations improve the health of office workers. Find him on Twitter and at his website.
What service does every person on the planet eventually need?
Well, our guests Chris and Ray believe that would be a eulogy writing service.
Come listen to see how they tested their idea in a rapid fashion, then see how they moved forward with the learnings.
Former basketball star Mike Nichols joined us for a special episode involving athlete superpowers.
Mike wanted to help athletes level up by offering mental coaching.
Not every player can dominate physically. So athletic IQ goes a long way.
What kind of response did Mike get? Download this episode to find out.
This week on Built in a Day we had Taylor Presley on. He's the CEO and President of Wayne Websites.
Taylor wanted to test out ways to get customers for his website SEO service.
We could all use some more clients right?
That's what Taylor figured too. But how could he test the best ways to get clients who wanted more clients themselves...for their own business?
Well, you'll have to listen to find out.
We had Amit Arora with us for episode 11 of Built in a Day to discuss his idea of bringing a hotel management course to the market.
Amit is an expert in moving up the ladder in the hotel industry and believes he can help others make the jump to general manager as well.
But before he spends $500 on advertising the course and weeks completing the content, he wanted to dip his toe into the waters. So Joe and Jevin devise an experiment to get him a little further down the road with his...
How can an entrepreneur grow a community organically?
Better yet, do so without wasting a ton of time and effort moving in the wrong direction?
This week on Built in a Day we're gonna find out with Julie DenOuden of Strong Girl Collective.
Listen to find out how Julie and her three partners experimented with building a community from the ground up.
Do people want a selfie glove for roller coasters?
Or maybe for other wild activities?
That's the million dollar question that we help Scott Tarcy test out on episode 9.
Take a listen and see if Scott's hustle has paid off yet.
In this episode we work with Matthew Hirlinger to help validate his business model for an apartment selling platform in the UK.
Will landlords want to allow auction pricing on their properties...?
Listen to find out :)