Justin and Joe discuss the similarities between Real Estate investing and investing in online businesses. They sit down with Roofstock’s founder, Gary Beasley, for an in-depth interview that covers the founding and scaling of Roofstock, how Roofstock works for both sellers and investors, and the unique challenges that come with running a 2-sided marketplace.
Justin and Joe dig into the predictions they made in 2019 to discuss which panned out and which didn’t. They also make some predictions for 2020 in the industry around buying, selling, and investing in online businesses.
In this episode, Justin talks with the #1 New York Times bestselling author of The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck, Mark Manson. Mark went from being a relatively obscure blogger to a leading self-help author and bonafide public intellectual. Listen in as they discuss Mark’s story, his framework on deciding what to value in life, and the business side of being a bestselling author.
In this episode of the podcast, Justin and Joe talk about the types of online businesses that are NOT selling well in 2019. They get into specific feedback from buyers and offer recommendations that'll help you make your business more sellable. If you're a buyer this is a great episode to learn more about less popular deals to gain more leverage.
In this episode, Justin talks with successful startup founder Immad Akhund about his background and latest company — Mercury Bank. Mercury is a bank for startups with benefits that separate it from the competition. Listen in to learn more about how the business got started, its future plans, and what it takes to repeatedly launch successful businesses.