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Hack The Entrepreneur host Jon Nastor reveals the fears, habits, and inner-battles behind big name entrepreneurs and those on the path to success. Whichever tactics and strategies you’re looking for, Hack the Entrepreneur can and will help you get your business going and growing.

Hack The Entrepreneur host Jon Nastor reveals the fears, habits, and inner-battles behind big name entrepreneurs and those on the path to success. Whichever tactics and strategies you’re looking for, Hack the Entrepreneur can and will help you get your business going and growing.
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Hack The Entrepreneur host Jon Nastor reveals the fears, habits, and inner-battles behind big name entrepreneurs and those on the path to success. Whichever tactics and strategies you’re looking for, Hack the Entrepreneur can and will help you get your business going and growing.

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Episodes

Chasing the Horizon | Landon Ray ONTRAPORT

8/28/2017
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Landon Ray of OntraPort is a serial entrepreneur. He has unparalleled perseverance and has failed more times than most. At the age of 25, with money he got from his father, my guest made the transformation from a street vendor of flowers, into a top securities day trader, in only 12 months. This alone is […] The post Chasing the Horizon | Landon Ray ONTRAPORT appeared first on Hack the Entrepreneur.

Duration: 00:30:23


Grow Your Company and Destroy Your Ego | Bill Lyons

7/24/2017
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My guest today is the founder, CEO, and serial entrepreneur behind three fast growing companies within the real estate and mortgage industries. Through thick and thin, he has found out what it takes to grow your company. My guest has been building and growing Lyons Realty for the past 10 years. During this time, my […] The post Grow Your Company and Destroy Your Ego | Bill Lyons appeared first on Hack the Entrepreneur.

Duration: 00:35:28


How to Learn Faster By Going All-in on Your Ideas

7/18/2017
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My guest today is an App Store Optimization (ASO) specialist, hustler, entrepreneur, idea machine, and a very good friend of mine. When I met my today’s guest, he had a team developing over 30 apps per month — but he will tell you that he is not an app developer; in fact, he couldn’t care […] The post How to Learn Faster By Going All-in on Your Ideas appeared first on Hack the Entrepreneur: .

Duration: 00:41:11


Think Big, Act Small | Tristan White

5/15/2017
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My guest today is a leader, author, and an entrepreneur. A little over 13 years ago, my guest began helping seniors stay mobile, safe, and happy, with his company The Physio Co. What started as less than a full-time job for one person, has since grown to a team of 100 delivering over 200,000 physiotherapy […]

Duration: 00:36:05


HTE 347: Think Big, Act Small | Tristan White

5/15/2017
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My guest today is a leader, author, and an entrepreneur. A little over 13 years ago, my guest began helping seniors stay mobile, safe, and happy, with his company The Physic Co. What started as less than a full-time job for one person, has since grown to a team of 100 delivering over 200,000 physiotherapy consults per year. And for seven consecutive years has earned itself a place on BRWs annual list of Australia’s best places to work. While growing and scaling his company, my guest also...

Duration: 00:36:05


HTE 346: How to Turn What You Know Into a Business | Jessie Shternshus

5/11/2017
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Today’s guest is the founder of The Improv Effect, a company that gives their clients the competitive edge, through creativity, collaboration, and effective communication. My guest's goal was to help businesses reach their full potential and she has successfully done this for global companies such as Groupon, Johnson & Johnson, The PGA Tour, Crayola and many more. With techniques that she learned on the job at Disney and Sesame Street, she leads teams and organizations to achieve...

Duration: 00:31:44


HTE 345: Ruthless Prioritization (and Hacking Growth) | Sean Ellis

5/8/2017
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My guest today is an author, growth hacker (in fact, he personally coined the term back in 2010), and an entrepreneur. He got his start back in the mid-late 1990s and spent the next decade and a half heading up marketing and growth at several companies, such as LogMeIn, Eventbrite, and Dropbox. In 2012, he founded Qualaroo, a SaaS company who’s customers included Uber Starbucks, Spotify, Burger King, and Intuit, and was acquired in 2016. He is now the founder and CEO of...

Duration: 00:44:26


HTE 344: Frame Your Work Around What You Love Doing | David Meerman Scott

5/4/2017
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[episode]Today’s guests is an online marketing strategist and author of several books on marketing, most notably The New Rules of Marketing and PR with over 300,000 copies sold to date. At the height of the dot-com boom, he was vice president of marketing at NewsEdge Corporation, an online news distributor with $70 million in revenue. In 2002, after NewsEdge was sold he was fired. Like any entrepreneur would do, he started his own business to refine his ideas, work with select clients...

Duration: 00:35:48


HTE 343: How to Free Up Your Business | Connor Gillivan

5/2/2017
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My guest today is a writer, traveler, e-commerce expert, and an entrepreneur. He got started with building a landscaping business while still in high school and ran it until going to college. While in college, he met his business partner and launched as eCommerce business called Portlight, which has sold over $20 million in products and has a team of ten people running it. He is currently the co-founder and CMO of FreeeUp, where my guest and his team enable companies to hire the top 1%...

Duration: 00:41:59


HTE 342: [GOING DEEP] Dartboard Pricing | Sean D'Souza

5/1/2017
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You’ve built a new product or decided to start providing a new service to offer your customers. How do you determine the price you are going to charge? Now think of the flip side to this, have you noticed how you buy a product or service? In most cases, you look at what's being offered and then look around for a better price, or at least better value. This behavior means you're not just considering one brand, but also working out what that brand's competition is offering. This is what...

Duration: 00:46:32


HTE 341: The Reason Why I Freelance | Bryce Bladon

4/25/2017
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My guest today is an editor, writer, and entrepreneur. With 10 years experience in self-employment, my guest has published 12 books, gathered 780,000 blog followers, and 25,000 email subscribers. He is currently the editor-in-chief and co-owner of Clients From Hell, where they help creative professional. Now, let’s hack… Bryce Bladon.

Duration: 00:43:19


HTE 340: Just Make Your First Dollar | Carrie Wilkerson

4/24/2017
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My guest today is a bestselling author, international speaker, and an entrepreneur. In 2004, my guest released her book The Barefoot Executive, which went on to becoming an international bestseller. The success of this book has taken her to countless stages in countless countries — educating, entertaining, and empowering her audiences. She has been featured on CNN and FOX Business News and has consulted for companies such as Google on business growth strategies. Most importantly, she...

Duration: 00:37:56


HTE 339: Driven By Profits and Purpose | Jon Carder

4/18/2017
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My guest today is a true serial entrepreneur with 17+ years experience in the startup world. From struggling to get his first business off the ground at 19 years old, to selling his second company for $10 million at the young age of 26. He has since started, shutdown, and pivoted on more businesses than I can count, and he is now drive by both profit and purpose. He is currently the founder and CEO of Empyr, a fast-growing online-to-offline marketing platform. Now, let’s hack… Jon...

Duration: 00:42:25


HTE 338: Mastering Your Habits | James Clear

4/17/2017
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Today’s guest is an entrepreneur, weightlifter, and travel photographer in 20 countries. He has started four businesses over the course of his entrepreneurial career and two of them have succeeded. His real success has been his personal blog. He started consistently posting twice per week in very late 2012 and has not missed a post since. Not only that, but he has an email list of over 100,000 people, is regularly published by Business Insider, Entrepreneur Magazine, and The...

Duration: 00:28:31


HTE 337: The Pros (and Cons) of Starting Things Really Quickly | Reggie Milligan

4/11/2017
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My guest today is food lover, former chef, and an entrepreneur. At a young age, my guest was finding ways to take action and make money. From collecting mis-hit golf balls to apprenticing at The French Laundry, a three Michelin Star restaurant. After college, him and a friend started a business called Social Feed that was quickly acquired. This left him time to think of his next venture. In February 2012, over drinks in a Toronto bar, my guest and his cofounder decided to start a...

Duration: 00:50:03


HTE 336: Entrepreneurship is a Journey to Self-Discovery | Petra Foster

4/6/2017
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From 2013 - 2015 my guest was the managing director of Perfect Print Shirts, a work wear printing company based out of Birmingham, England. While working as Managing Director, my guest decided to start a consultancy on the side, and in August of 2014, she launched her side hustle. 10 months later, she went full-time as a Client Enrolments Strategist at PetraFoster.com. Now, let’s hack… Petra Foster.

Duration: 00:40:27


HTE 335: Working Between Your Comfort and Panic Zones

4/4/2017
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My guest for today wasn’t always an entrepreneur. My guest attended Harvard and worked in investment banking at Goldman Sachs, did policy work for the National Economic Council at the White House, and political organizing for the Service Employees International Union. But then he gave it all up to become an entrepreneur.He is the CEO and co-founder of Mic, a leading news, and media company for young people. Each month, more than 20 million readers rely on Mic’s unique sensibility to stay...

Duration: 00:31:21


HTE 334: Why You Need to Throw Yourself Into Your Projects | Naomi Dunford

4/3/2017
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My guest today is a triple Pisces, marketing and growth coach, and a smart entrepreneur. She is the founder of IttyBiz, where her and her team turn smart, quirky people into smart, quirky entrepreneurs. She has been coaching and teaching online marketing since 2006 and has been featured in major outlets such as Forbes, Cosmopolitan and USA Today. Plus, her newsletter has attracted over 50,000 subscribers from across the globe. Now, let’s hack… Naomi Dunford.

Duration: 00:50:27


HTE 333: Habit Formation and Mental Energy | Zack Arnold

3/30/2017
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My guest today is an award-winning Hollywood film editor, a former sufferer of ADD, and an entrepreneur. Being an editor is hard on the body, both mentally and physically — with long hours, high stress, with long bouts of sitting in a dark room. At the age of 25, my guest was overcome with anxiety, ADD, and suicidal depression. This started him on a journey experimenting with blending high-performance and sedentary work — think sitting at a computer all day. This was the birth of...

Duration: 00:46:49


HTE 332: Why You Need Other People Working On Your Business | John Jonas

3/28/2017
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My guest today is former programmer turned marketer, father of five, and a smart entrepreneur. Nine years ago, he started OnlineJobs.ph, the world's largest marketplace for finding and hiring virtual staff from the Philippines. Since programming the first version of the site himself, my guest has grown the company to a team of over 20 full-time people. He is also the founder of Replace Myself, a site designed to help entrepreneurs find, hire, and (most importantly) teach and manage...

Duration: 00:45:58

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