Jason Feifer is the Editor-In-Chief of Entrepreneur Magazine. He's also a podcast host and author.
How can entrepreneurs adapt to coronavirus, and set themselves up for a stronger future? In this episode, hear directly from five of them—as they share their thoughts about how to pivot, produce new products, and plan for the future. Featuring: Meghan Asha, Cynthia Williams-Bey, Joseph Sommer, Monica Kang, and Natasha Miller
Refrigerators are unnatural, unhealthy, and probably just a fad -- at least, that's according to the people who once sold ice. But the history of refrigeration actually raises some very real, very relevant questions: What's natural? How should innovation work? And why do some businesses guarantee their own failure?
How do you say the most in the fewest amount of words? Expert pitchman Anthony Sullivan, known for being the face of OxiClean as well as his new CBD brand MontKush, explains how.
Though filing taxes may not be the most exciting thing to do, it’s actually a great way to get back the money you deserve. In this special bonus episode, Jason and Nicole hear from a man who created a strategy that allows him to never pay taxes again, then they debate and break down the best ways to file taxes. Plus, investor and entrepreneur James Altucher joins the show to discuss the best and worst ways to save money while claiming deductions. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
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Episode Count
191
Podcast Count
13
Total Airtime
3 days, 11 hours