I have built two, 6-figure companies from nothing. But I struggle to make them 7 figure. Follow me on this journey as I take other people's advice (anyone's) and apply it to my business in my pursuit to make them 7-figure. Here's the catch: I think 90 percent of advice is garbage. Convince me otherwise. This is a visceral, comedic and therapeutic exercise on building a business...from one founder's POV.
⚡Hosted by Jeremy Redman ⚡
“Hard to be boring around Jeremy Redman….he is the one of the hardest working and funniest founders I think I have ever spoken to :)” -Todd Uterstaedt, From Founder to CEO
Twenty Twenty lives in Australia and was beat to death (he died for 15 min) and then started a path to spiritual entrepreneurship. He gives me some advice on V/One about how to sell using my personality. Interesting to say the least.
"I am seriously addicted to the results only approach" -me
People need direction, but how much? What's the point where you say "okay, this is too much."
You can only nurture people for so long... and you have to decide if it's even worth it in the first place.
If someone isn't getting results, they're wasting my time and money.
Is anyone really irreplaceable??
Jeremy squared takes on this age-old question in this new podcast. Stay tuned to find out more.
When you just don't feel like, what do you do? Do you give up or push through. Do you cry like a baby? There's no crying in baseball and there's no crying in business
Normal people, extraordinary ideas.
Combine them and you get some pretty awesome shit
Listen to New York Times Best Seller Chris Guillebeau talk about all the cool shit he's done and give some great advice.
I'm stressed. I am using this as a cathartic experiment. A place to vent and use humor and handle being a CEO and fine if a company. So if I don't use big humor here I'll use anger in other places. And I don't want that
If you love this episode you will love what we have in store!
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Michael talks about his own difficult journey to embracing entrepreneurship and his own podcast that he started in August 2013 (have a listen on https://solohour.com). He has had over 9 MILLION downloads to date and growing. Some of the greatest advice you'll get is right here in this episode.He gives insights into his best business strategies (just do business as if it's the 80's) and how to not only find your idea but turn it into a successful business. Find out more about Michael and his various endeavors on https://solopreneurhour.com.
Entrepreneur on Fire's John Lee Dumas talks about the next big land grab (hint: it has to do with Instagram), how you can find your big idea and how success changed his own priorities. Get ready to learn how to become a successful entrepreneur from someone who already made it.
Matthew Eleweke talks about how to have success with a tech startup outside of Silicon Valley and how you can come ahead by following through.
Todd Uterstaedt talks about his own ventures as an entrepreneur, the lessons he learned and how his military career has shaped his work as founder and CEO.