Hack the Entrepreneur with Jon Nastor
Hack the Entrepreneur with Jon Nastor
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Unlike other business podcasts. No filler and no fluff. HTE is a show for people looking to take charge of their lives and build a successful online business. 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. Learn more at https://hacktheentrepreneur.com/podcasts/
514: Why You Need to Be Obsessed (or Be Average) | Grant Cardone
Grant Cordone is a New York Times bestselling author, international speaker, and obsessive entrepreneur. He's also one of my more confrontational guests it seems people either love him or they hate him. It also seems that he's completely fine with this. Now, let's hack Grant Cardone.
Oct 23
42 min
513: How to Solve Real Problems For People | Tibor Laczay
Tibor Laczay of Zenni Optical, is truly disrupting and transforming an industry fighting to retain its hold on the market -- and losing the battle. In this conversation we discuss: - Why disruption is inevitable and you can't stop innovation - How to ignore your competition (and leave them trailing behind) - Why you should forget the money and follow an extreme passion Now, let's hack... Tibor Laczay.
Oct 16
32 min
512: Try Harder to Be Softer | Victoria Montgomery-Brown
Victoria Montgomery-Brown is the author of a brand new book called Digital Goddess, and CEO, and an entrepreneur who uses her anxiety to her advantage. Since 2007, Victoria has been the cofounder and CEO of Big Think, a media and education company focused on short-form, digital, and immediately actionable content. Most recently, she has written her first book called Digital Goddess: Unfiltered Lessons of a Female Entrepreneur. Now, let's hack... Victoria Montgomery-Brown.
Sep 25
37 min
511: Build Your Business by Competing With Yourself | Ross Kimbarovsky
My guest today is a driven and strategic leader, creator, and mentor. Ross Kimbarovsky immigrated to the United States from the Ukraine in 1979. Following a 13 year career as a successful trial attorney, and then about 14 years ago Ross founded Crowdspring. What began as an idea to scratch his own itch has turned into a pioneer and forerunner in the world of online design. Now, let's hack... Ross Kimbarovsky.
Sep 18
38 min
510: From Successful Restaurant Owner to Non-Profit Founder | Michael Lennox
Michael Lennox is the Founder and CEO of Electric Hospitality and ATLFAMILYMEAL. With no one being paid and money running out, in August ATLFAMILYMEAL received a donation of $2 million from a local donor in honor of two Atlanta restaurant servers. This generous donation will enable them to continue supporting hospitality workers in Atlanta, grow its team, and adding new initiatives in the months and years ahead. Now, let's hack... Michael Lennox.
Sep 3
41 min
509: Trusting Yourself and Staying Focused | Tim Chatfield
Tim Chatfield is an advocate for the sharing economy, savvy executive, and an entrepreneur. He was born in Australia, spent several years starting his career, before spending almost five years in Singapore as CEO of Viocorp. 2020 and all that has thrown at us has caused all businesses to adapt and change to the new normals as they come, and JitJatJo's place within the hospitality industry exacerbated their need to adapt and change quickly. Now, let's hack... Tim Chatfield.
Aug 26
36 min
508: Build a Consulting Business in Just 4 hours a Day | Danielle Welch
A couple of years ago, my guest decided that she was through with working for digital agencies that didn't have their clients best interests in mind. But she had developed some serious marketing skills and loved helping clients succeed, so she decided to go out on her own. In this episode, we discuss: - How to prioritize your time to maximize your results - Why marketing yourself can be the hardest marketing to do well - Why social media is not about ROI Now, let's hack... Danielle Welch.
Aug 20
42 min
507: How to Use Shiny Object Syndrome to Your Advantage | Chris Chasteen
About three years ago, my guest was working in his family-run ecommerce business, when a thought struck him, why isn't there a simple service to hire writers to write articles? Using what he likes to call "decision velocity", he jumped on the idea and took action. Today he is a co-founder and head of marketing at Content Cucumber, where they simplify content creation and enable companies to get content on demand. Now, let's hack... Chris Chasteen.
Aug 12
32 min
506: Closing the Education Gap with Free College Courses | OnlineDegree.com
My guest today is an advisor, board member to nonprofits, and a purpose-driven entrepreneur. Grant is CEO and Founder of OnlineDegree.com. He founded the company in 2016 with a purpose-driven mission to make higher education more accessible and affordable for everyone, and six years later they are well on their way. Grant has spent his entire career working in startups with nearly 15 years of experience. Now, let's hack... Grant Aldrich.
Jul 30
44 min
505: A Company Built on Passion, Education, and Innovation | Caroline MacDougall
My guest today is a serial entrepreneur and innovator, who has followed her passion and her heart while building several successful businesses. 25 years ago, she started a company and set out to create a caffeine-free herbal cappuccino, and in this she created Teeccino, now America’s top selling coffee alternative. Now, let's hack... Caroline MacDougall. Teecino.com
Jul 22
48 min
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