The Influencer Economy is about the convergence of influence, online content, and media.
Paul Jarvis is the author of Company of One: Why Staying Small Is the Next Big Thing for Business. Paul is a software designer, author, and online course developer. He has even worked with Shaquille O’Neal to build his website. Paul also thinks about the world with critical thought. He wants to teach you how to
What does it take to create the career you want?
I hosted my friend Dorie Clark for a live podcast event for the launch of her book Entrepreneurial You: Monetize Your Expertise, Create Multiple Income Streams, and Thrive.
Do you have a full-time job? Are you looking to become more entrepreneurial? Dorie Clark has written the modern playbook
From Quitting Your 9-5 in Front of 10,000 people to Helping Others Make Millions | 116 | Entrepreneur Nicole Walters
Nicole Walters in The Influencer Economy
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
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
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.
Noah Kagan and Ryan Williams on The Influencer Economy
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