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ITT 200 – How to Think Like an Entrepreneur with Patrick Vlaskovits, Megan Reamer and Bret Boyd

Today’s panelists are Megan Reamer is the co-founder and CEO of Jackson’s Honest, a healthy foods company. Jackson’s Honest makes potato chips, tortilla chips and grain free puffs all cooked in organic coconut oil. Patrick Vlaskovits is an entrepreneur and 2 time New York Times bestselling author. His writing has been featured in the Harvard Business Review and the Wall Street Journal, and he...

7 marketing lessons from “The True Believer”

“The True Believer” is supposed to be a book about mass movements. Written by Eric Hoffer and originally published in 1951, “The True Believer” makes a convincing case for the existence of “mass movements” – what they are, how they work, how they form, and their destructive capability, etc. I can’t speak to its applicability in a political capacity...

ITT 190 – From Employee to Entrepreneur with Steve Glaveski

Steve Glaveski’s mission is to unlock the latent potential of organisations and people to create more impact for humanity and lead more fulfilling lives. He is CEO and Co-Founder of Collective Campus, a corporate innovation and startup accelerator based in Melbourne, Australia with clients across the world. Steve is also the author of the current Wiley book, Employee to Entrepreneur, which...

ITT 189 – How to Build a 7-Figure Lifestyle Business with No Employees

Abby Walker is the CEO of Vivian Lou Inc., a single-product company with multi-million dollar annual sales dedicated to helping women look and feel better in high heels. She started her company as a “hobby” business (while being a full-time working mom) after picking up the phone and asking one simple question. Abby has also written her book Strap On a Pair to inspire fellow middle-aged, middle...

ITT 188 – Meaningful Work, Vocations, and Making Chocolate with Shawn Askinosie

Shawn Askinosie left a successful career as a criminal defense lawyer to start a bean to bar chocolate factory and never looked back. Askinosie Chocolate is a small batch, award winning chocolate factory located in Springfield, Missouri, sourcing 100% of their beans directly from farmers around the world. Recently named by Forbes “One of the 25 Best Small Companies in America”...

Information is overrated (and how people actually learn)

About a month ago, I undertook a new home project renovation: -> Update the closet near the front hall. I wish I had a ‘before the project began’ picture (note to self: do this from now on), but in a nutshell: it was an empty closet with a coat hanger and a wobbly top shelf. We basically used it as a transitory drop off point for things we didn’t want on the floor but...

ITT 187 – How to Launch and Scale a Startup with Max Kolysh

Max Kolysh is a serial entrepreneur and investor. After graduating early from MIT with a degree in Computer Science, Max co-founded Zinc.io, a 15 person startup in San Francisco, California, which now powers tens of thousands of e-commerce companies around the world. During today’s conversation with Max, we zoom in on his entrepreneurial journey and how he grew his startup to $6 million in...

ITT 186 – Sacred Money Archetypes with Tina van Leuven

Tina van Leuven helps soulpreneurs align their energy and mindset with the intentions, desires, and vision they have for their business and their life. She does this by helping to clear their money blocks and energetically release lifelong limiting programming that have been sabotaging entrepreneurs from creating the results they know deep within their hearts are possible, yet haven’t been able...

ITT 185 – How to Sell with Story with Kyle Gray

Kyle Gray is an entrepreneur, the founder of ConversionCake, and a bestselling author who helps startups and small businesses grow their businesses with content marketing. He has helped hundreds of entrepreneurs create scalable content marketing strategies while also creating step-by-step processes and templates to automate and delegate tasks. Kyle’s book The Story Engine outlines his process for...

How to think like an entrepreneur

If entrepreneurship is the process by which value is created where less (or none) existed before, then the entrepreneur is the person who initiates and leads this value-creation process. Here’s how it works: When new value is created, the customer receives some portion of this value. It could be faster speeds. More storage. An improved or refined UI/UX. You get the point. At the same time...

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