Connection, not communication with Dr. John Delony Isolation and lockdown can be tough as an entrepreneur. You want to go out into the world and find problems to solve—and yet, doing so right now could literally be self-destructive. Dr. John D
Batting a Thousand with Cynthia Del’Aria “I won’t make that mistake again.” “Oh, I know better.” Famous last words. And Cynthia Del’Aria would know. She’s said them herself. After selling her first company at 19-years-old for $1.8 million and
Not Just The Guy Upstairs with Andrew Brandt He was a sports agent, he was the Vice President of the Green Day Packers, he taught sports business and sports law at the University of Pennsylvania, and he worked for ESPN and Sports Illustrated.
Helping the Homeowner by Buying Delinquent Mortgages with Paul Birkett While working for Pepsi Co in Ireland, Paul Birkett came to Florida for a conference and discovered a magazine in the hotel lobby that advertised homes for $100K or less.
Find your North Star with Ret Taylor and Adriaan Zimmerman Adriaan thought he had it all—money, sweet bachelor pad, the “perfect” life. But something was missing in his life. After having a panic attack in front of 75 of his employees, he too
Owning the Top Drawer with Tim Morse Growing up in a beachy town in California, Tim Morse was surrounded by surfers and rebellious fashion. Although he went into tech, Tim never lost his passion for apparel. He co-founded RicherPoorer, a fash
The StartupCamp Podcast with Jon Warner Jon Warner got his start in the corporate world, having worked multiple years at Exxon-Mobil, and since has participated in multiple start-ups. He’s an entrepreneur, speaker, mentor, and author, most re
Graham and Shay Cochrane This is a special episode for you—we have a husband and wife who run two different businesses, all while raising two children at home. Meet Graham Cochrane. All he wanted to do was be a rock star. But when it came down
Trust and Will with Cody Barbo From a social networking platform that fizzled to a hiring platform for restaurants that sizzled, Cody Barbo has had a lot of entrepreneurial and capital-raising experience—for someone who is only in their early 3
How To Become a Super-Angel Today we have a special guest—Jeff Clavier a veteran in the angel space. He grew up in Tours, France, and moved to California with his wife and kids to pursue angel investing full time. He lucked out making connec
Cleaning up the earth – one tablet at a time. David Shahan knows a thing or two about cleaning up other people’s messes. He worked in the dry cleaning and the commercial janitorial industry before coming up with Dazz—cleaning tablets that tur
Don’t be an entrepreneur. It’s not for everyone. From innovating in the tech and software space to dry-erase boards and stickers—how does one even leap from one to the other? On the podcast this week is Anthony Franco, co-founder of McSquares
Trust Your Instincts with Josh Muccio Do you like shows like Shark Tank, but want to dive deeper on the deals? This week we have Josh Muccio, creator and host of The Pitch – a podcast about real founders pitching to real VCs, and everything t
Heeding the Call to Partner with People with Next Door Photos Startup is a time of risk but also thrills and unpredictability – especially when you’re out to revolutionize the real estate market. Next Door Photos partners with realtors to edit
I’m just going to get it done with Christine Outram Originally hailing from Australia, Christine Outram came to California with an entrepreneurial spirit and passion for creating and overseeing businesses and projects. She jointly holds a pat
How Should I Do Business During COVID-19? In this frank and free-form discussion, Chris lays out some real advice for aspiring entrepreneurs, angel investors, and business-owners. If you’re not working right now and you have the capacity to sta
How the election day mindset could set you apart from the competition. Not many young people can say they’re into politics, but Phillip Stutts had the bug at an early age. He has over two decades of experience in the world of political market
How one man harnesses the power of good news in his business. Influenced by Seth Godin’s work at a young age, Branden thought deeply on how he was going to distinguish himself from his peers. After a career as an Instagram influencer and phot
How to become the business that will put you out of business Jay Papasan is always looking to improve his businesses. After all, he says, if you’re trying to become the best, you have to be willing to disrupt yourself at every turn. Jay is th
How to take a risk, right now. Survivor, SNL, slinging granola – what do all these things have in common? Brendan Synnott joins us for a conversation this week about his entrepreneurial journey. It’s more expensive to take a risk over time, h
How to take a risk, right now.
Survivor, SNL, slinging granola – what do all these things have in common? Brendan Synnott joins us for a conversation this week about his entrepreneurial journey. It’s more expensive to take a risk over time, h
How one man went from milking cows in Oklahoma to changing the culture at Disney World
It was a long journey from his family farm in Oklahoma to opening Disneyland Paris and shifting the corporate culture at Disney in Orlando, but Lee Cockerell
How one man went from milking cows in Oklahoma to changing the culture at Disney World It was a long journey from his family farm in Oklahoma to opening Disneyland Paris and shifting the corporate culture at Disney in Orlando, but Lee Cockerell
How to discover what you stand for—and communicate it to the world.
He’s helped successful Shark Tank pitchers, TED talk speakers, and $100,000 winning Tech Week presenters refine and nail their message. And it all started with a love of pub
How to discover what you stand for—and communicate it to the world. He’s helped successful Shark Tank pitchers, TED talk speakers, and $100,000 winning Tech Week presenters refine and nail their message. And it all started with a love of pub