Podcast: Hack The Entrepreneur: Entrepreneurship | Online Business | Marketing
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Solve a Big Pain for a Small Audience | Natalie Nagele
What if you could run a successful software company with your significant other, have your team of 30 people work just 32 hours per week, build houses on the side, and be a loving and caring parent? Natalie Nagele has done just that. For the past 14 years...
Starting Before You’re Ready | Jacqui Ma
Jacqui Ma got a business degree and worked in the manufacturing industry for a couple of years, then went back to school to study industrial design. She began her career designing products such as medical equipment and furniture before getting into luggag...
Don’t Wait for Permission | Mary Marantz
Mary Marantz graduated from Yale Law school, and spent some time working at a London law firm before deciding that she wanted to start her own business. During this same time, her husband began taking photos of weddings on the side. That was 12 years ago,...
The Only Constant is Change | Ryan Millman
Ryan Millman started his first business in 1999 out of the library in his college. From this original venture and $5000 in startup money, he has built his original idea into Millman Multimedia, the umbrella that encompasses five companies and 350 employee...
Divide and Conquer Your Business | Jessica Fialkovich
Jessica Fialkovich is a small business advocate, mergers and acquisitions expert, and entrepreneur. Back in 2012, she founded the Wine Education Institute, which she built until 2015. Then she became the co-founder of MOD Assistants, a shared personal, bu...
Solving Real Problems For People | Tibor Laczay
Tibor Laczay is truly disrupting and transforming an industry fighting to retain its hold on the market — and losing the battle. In 2003 with his wife and co-founder, they started in their garage with no outside funding of any sort and created what...
Nourish Your Ability to Take Risks | Madeleine Taylor
Madeleine Taylor is a process-oriented entrepreneur from a small town up here in Ontario. Just over two years ago she was working for a cool startup in Toronto but became tired of the hustle of the city. To deal with this, she moved to Collingwood, a smal...
Sell People a Better Version of Themselves | Jon Ferrara
Jon Ferrara is an entrepreneur and pioneer in customer management software. He is best known as the co-founder of GoldMine Software. He and a business partner started Goldmine in 1990, grew it to $25 million in annual revenue in 1999 when it was acquired...
Step-By-Step SEO: An Interview with Brian Dean
Brian Dean is an internationally recognized SEO expert who’s worked with companies like Disney, Apple, and IBM. He is the founder of Backlinko, an SEO blog launched in late 2012. Brian has grown Backlinko from 0 to over 180,000 visitors a month. In short,...
Growing a Convention Business (From a $5k Investment) | Stephen Solomon
After nearly 500 interviews, it’s great to have a guest on the show with a business unlike any other guest I’ve had. My guest today, Stephen Solomon, and a partner got started in business when they bought the now famous Tampa Bay Comic Convent...