I am running a company and I think 90 percent of advice is garbage. But, I like talking to people about what they think. This is a visceral, comedic and therapeutic exercise on building a #NoCode business...from one founder's POV.
⚡Hosted by startup comedian 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
Ryan Myher, founder and host from No Code No Problem, joins Jeremy in a maybe off the record conversation about podcasts, top no-code tools, the struggle to freemiums, and thin lines in the field.
Jeremy Blalock joins Jeremy in a conversation about the turnarounds and creatives process to launch Adalo and the importance of no-code communities.
NoCode is the future. We talk with Noel about how The NoCode movement allows everyone to get on the same level without having a degree in computer science or know every coding language.
Joshua from No Code tells us about how the No Code community has grown and is still growing at a rapid rate.
No code? No problem. Emmanuel Straschnov makes programming as easy as just clicking a few buttons.
Miki Reynolds from Grid110 comes on the podcast to talk about how her company supports a wide range and variety of entrepreneurs and companies.
Bryan Landers, a General Partner at Backstage Capital, comes on the podcast to talk about the investor's POV on raising funds and writing checks.
Minnie Ingersoll is the co-founder of the fast-growing car marketplace Shift and after 12 years at Google, she became a VC in LA at TenOneTen
On today's episode of the podcast, I talk with Dylan Gambardella, an entrepreneur and the co-founder of Next Gen HQ!
Alex and Frank(ie) are two entrepreneurs who founded "Elude," an upcoming app that makes traveling on a budget easy.
Sarah Hernholm is the founder of WIT, or Whatever it Takes, "the only college credit social entrepreneur and leadership course in the country for high school teens."
Todd Uterstaedt, former Army officer and current CEO of his own company returns to the podcast to discuss everything from babies to LinkedIn!!
Steven Levy is a talent manager at Framework Entertainment for many actors, actresses, and more in Hollywood such as Molly Shannon. This week he comes on the podcast to talk about business in Hollywood and much more!
Scott Bolinger, a renowned writer at AppPresser and friend of the podcast joins Jeremy to talk about the grind of starting a business, the Silicon Valley hustle, and much more!
John Tabis from the Bouqs Co., based in LA joins me for the first ever buzzer version of the podcast. We had a BLAST talking about his shark tank experience to the best advice I've ver been given - HIS ADVICE!!! Find out what it is
Blair Williams founded MemberPress (I use this on all my eCommerce sites I create). This was a fun interview and we even talk about some relevant stuff including building a niche business and knowing what customers want before they do
My old friend, Lee Cote, talk about being called flighty! Eff it - follow your dreams! Chasing your dreams looks "flighty" to average people. Don't be average.
Pia Silva discusses with me, among other things, what the eff an entrepreneurial sex cult is! lol. Def Not Boring Business. She is a talent in branding and writing for Forbes - listen listen
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! Stay tuned ....
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.
Natalie Franke talks about her journey from wedding photography to empowering a creative community, selling her own company, and fulfilling your dreams with passion and positivity no matter what you have to face.
Jeremy sits down with Just Forking Around's Debi Saltzberg in front of a live audience to discuss business, starting a podcast, and much more.
Jacquie and John from BuiltinLA talk to Jeremy about the developing startup scene, and the lengths one will go to realize their idea.
Kyle Willkom is a motivational speaker who helps foster the leaders of the future by motivating and speaking to today's youth across various high schools.
I drive down for a meeting with Dave Meltzer (our convo revolves around this). I'm in his territory so the dynamic was cool. Dave kills it with a surrounding team of all-stars. It's no wonder he runs an amazing sorts marketing company.
Jeremy Redman sits down with Jason Horton and talks business, pizza jokes, stand-up comedy and first impressions.
Brad is a filmmaker and story teller. And he tells his story beautifully, so have an intense listen.
Dave has sold a company to Open Table, where he then ran the product team. He is 100 percent certified fresh if he were rated by Rotten Tomatoes ;) Also, Dave gave the BEST speech at my 30th birthday - wha what!
Scheherezade stops by and talks her passion: filling your belly! Her passion shines through in this interview of universe, food, and everything in between.
Jess Lipowski and I enjoy a chat about how we [un]usually meet people, and her chance encounter with a fellow airplane passenger. As well as her book, Flavors of Life.
Noah Baron is an actor, producer and an awesome. At least this is what his Instagram bio says. We talk about YouTubing and leveraging viral videos - can it be done? He's up and coming in Hollywood.
I travel to NYC to discuss entrepreneurship and private equity with EY's Herb Engert. We go over a variety of topics including Pretty Woman, Julia Roberts, and we relate it all to private equity. Herb knows it all when it comes to the topic so listen up, Not Boring Nation.
Is being an entrepreneur in college really being an "entrepreneur?" Idk, you tell us.
A chat with the founder of repurpose, Ryan Landau about building a company in Detroit. He's done it over and over so if anyone can be successful anywhere it's Ryan
How to start your podcast
The business of pitching and selling your script with the Best Hollywood Writer You've never heard of
In this episode we cover the meaning of Not Boring Business, my background (including my company AirFive) and living with a story mindset.