12 | ALOE BLACC
This week, Cory speaks to musician, businessman and philanthropist Aloe Blacc, who is best known for his hit singles, "I need a dollar", "The man" and writing and performing vocals on Avicii's "Wake me up". In this weeks episode, Aloe takes us back to his teenage years, telling us the defining moment when he went from corporate America to landing a record deal and then he offers advice for how young people should feasibly follow their passions. Later in the episode, he very interestingly...
11 | JORDAN FELDSTEIN
Music manager and producer Jordan Feldstein has spent the last two decades working with some of the top artists and bands in the world, and even after many successes, he still enjoys his work. “At the end of the day, if you get to be around something that you inherently love, you should just be grateful for that,” says Jordan Feldstein. In addition to managing Maroon 5 and co-running a production company with Adam Levine, Feldstein has also worked with Barenaked Ladies, Relient K, Keyshia...
10 | NAVAL RAVIKANT
This week, Cory speaks to entrepreneur and investor Naval Ravikant, who is best known for have founded Angel List, a platform where you can find a great startup job, invest in a startup, or raise money. He's also an active angel investor and has invested in more than 100 companies, which includes Twitter, Uber, Yammer, Postmates and more. In this weeks episode, Naval talks about the perfect way to find what you're good at, how to get started in learning about cryptocurrencies, what's most...
9 | MIKE POSNER
Singer-songwriter Mike Posner (@MikePosner) has had several massive hits with Cooler Than Me and I Took a Pill in Ibiza, but it hasn’t come easy. “I really thought that when I got that record deal, that my experience of life would change, that I would be happier and I'd be in the 'promise land', that just my experience of life would be exponentially better and I wouldn't have, really, problems anymore,” says Mike. “It didn't make my life worse or make me more sad and more happy, it just was...
8 | MATT MULLENWEG
This week, Cory speaks to entrepreneur, founder and CEO Matt Mullenweg, who is best known for have founded Automattic, which is behind brands WordPress.com, WooCommerce, Jetpack, Simplenote and more; reaching more than a billion people a month. In this weeks episode, Matt talks about how he got into technology, what his high school and college days were like, being young and in a position within a big company to leaving and risking it all to become a founder, what's his trick to meet great...
7 | PAUL ROSENBERG
This week, Cory talks to music management veteran Paul Rosenberg, who famously became Eminem's manager and recently the CEO of record label giant Def Jam. Paul describes his humble beginnings as a pre-med student and how he experienced a 180 turn into a profession that'd change his life forever. He talks about the risks of starting his own management company, insights into what he did differently to stand out from the crowd and a behind the scenes of what led his company to skyrocket to...
6 | SEAN RAD
This week, Cory speaks to entrepreneur, founder and CEO Sean Rad, who is best known for creating the revolutionary dating app Tinder, which has made more than 20 billion connections, garnered more than 50 million active users across 195 countries and was recently valued at worth a staggering $6 billion dollars. In this weeks episode, Sean talks about how he got into technology, advice to non-technical people getting started at building technology companies, he takes us back to the very...
5 | ARIA FINGER
This week, Cory speaks to business woman and social leader Aria Finger, who is best known for her role as the CEO of DoSomething.org, which is one of the worlds largest organizations for young people and social change, boasting over 5 million members in over 131 countries. In this weeks episode, Aria talks about her 12 year journey from joining as an associate to becoming the CEO, she also shares her method of overcoming hard decisions, the importance of transparency and her thoughts on...
4 | JAKE PAUL
This week, Cory speaks to entrepreneur, actor, investor and social media creative and mogul Jake Paul, who’s well-known for founding modern-day media conglomerate TeamDom, the talent incubator Team 10, starring in Disney’s Bizaardvark, partner and co-founder of venture capital firm TGZ capital and is currently one of the biggest YouTube stars, boasting over 11.2 million subscribers and over 2.6 billion views, at only 20 years of age. In this weeks episode, Jake talks about how he first...
1 | ASHTON KUTCHER
This week, Cory speaks to venture capitalist, actor, entrepreneur and philanthropist Ashton Kutcher, who has famously transitioned from a successful A-list actor to starting venture capital firms A-grade Investments and Sound Ventures with a portfolio including Spotify, Uber, Airbnb and many more. Alongside he has founded non profit foundation Thorn, which drives technology innovation to fight the sexual exploitation of children. In this weeks episode, Ashton talks about how he transitioned...
2 | KEITH RABOIS
This week, Cory speaks to entrepreneurial executive and investor Keith Rabois, who is best known for his early-stage startup investments in YouTube, Airbnb, Palantir and also his operative roles in building PayPal, LinkedIn, Slide and Square. He is also currently a partner at Khosla Ventures and the co-founder and executive chairman at Open Door. In this weeks episode, Keith talks about how he transitioned from law to tech, what convinced him to leave the safe path into the uncertain times...
3 | KEVIN HARTZ
This week, Cory speaks to entrepreneur and investor Kevin Hartz, who's well-known for co-founding the leading global self-ticketing platform Eventbrite and is currently a partner at early stage venture capital firm Founders Fund. In this weeks episode, Kevin talks about how he got started as a 26 year old founder, gives advice on how to connect with brilliant people, the moment he knew he was onto something big, the best way to attract and retain talent and many more.