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Disrupt and Don’t Duplicate | 116 | Entrepreneur Nicole Walters

From Quitting Your 9-5 in Front of 10,000 people to Helping Others Make Millions | 116 | Entrepreneur Nicole Walters
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Entrepreneur Nicole Walters once quit her high power insurance day job via a livestream, with 10,000 people watching. She left a secure corporate lifestyle, and pivoted her career into helping people “monetize

Noah Kagan How to Influence, Grow and Thrive with the Sumo.com Founder / 115

When Noah is asked what he does for a living Noah Kagan says: “I play on computers.” That is under-selling his work a bit. Noah Kagan (@NoahKagan) is the founder of Sumo.com, host of the podcast Noah Kagan Presents, and formerly employee #30 at Facebook. His entrepreneurial DNA runs deep in the world of tech, podcasting

Why Everything You Know About Success Is (Mostly) Wrong with Eric Barker | 115

Eric Barker (@bakadesuyo) is the best-selling author of Barking Up the Wrong Tree: The Surprising Science Behind Why Everything You Know About Success Is (Mostly) Wrong. Eric is like a myth busters for conventional wisdom around success and achievement. Eric is an author, blogger, former screenwriter, public speaker, and this week’s podcast guest.
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114: Rockstar Turned Tech Investor D.A. Wallach

Imagine that you’re fresh out of college, touring with your rock band, and you meet Puff Daddy backstage at one of your shows. Sounds surreal, right? Well that what is what happened to D.A. Wallach after graduating from Harvard in the early 2000’s. This week, I talk to rockstar turned tech investor D.A. Wallach on the podcast.
He

Noah Kagan on Working Through Depression to Find Your Productivity Groove (113)

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Noah Kagan (@NoahKagan) was employee #30 at Facebook, employee #4 at Mint.com, the founder of Sumo.com and AppSumo and the host of  the podcast Noah Kagan Presents. He’s a superstar in the world of tech, entrepreneurship and podcasting.

Based on his resume, you’d think his career was

112: Court Coursey on Lessons from a Serial Entrepreneur

Serial Entrepreneur Court Coursey, and I spoke during the week of the Milken Conference in Los Angeles. The Milken Conference is an event that brings around some the biggest name in corporate giving from around the world. Amazingly $20 Trillion dollars in wealth represented at the conference. Almost 1/4 of the world’s wealth was at the

How to Build a Brand That People Will Love with Author Dorie Clark

We all have ideas. Everyone of us has big ideas that we want to execute on. But the internet is a noisy place. There are billions of social media posts, YouTube videos, and blogs. In the new economy, it’s very difficult to get our ideas heard. If you truly want your ideas to standout,

Live the Entrepreneur Dream Without Quitting Your Day Job w/ Patrick McGinnis

Do you have a full time job, but ambitions of becoming an entrepreneur? Guess what? You can live the entrepreneur dream without quitting your day job. How can you do that? Launching a side project, side hustle or side business is THE new startup. This week we talk about that with best-selling author Patrick McGinnis.
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94: Unmistakable Creative and Why Only Is Better Than Best with Srinivas Rao

Srinivas Rao likes to surf. In the early 2000’s he was at a crossroads in his life. As a recent business school grad, he could conform to the rest of society and get on a hamster wheel of a career. He could do what he had been programmed to do for his entire life and

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83: Finding the Funny, Delivering Jokes and Adding Humor to Your Public Speaking with David Nihill

David Nihill like many people, was terrified of public speaking. But unlike most people, to conquer his fear of speaking in front of groups, David spent a year studying and performing stand-up comedy. After performing at The Improv, The Comedy Store, & Cobb’s he realized that anyone can be funny when giving a talk. He also