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Listen in as your host Yaro interviews startup founders, entrepreneurs who've enjoyed big exits, angel investors, venture capitalists, crypto leaders, tech stock traders, real estate investors -- all sharing how they made money and put their capital to work.

Vested Capital Yaro

    • Business
    • 5.0 • 18 Ratings

Listen in as your host Yaro interviews startup founders, entrepreneurs who've enjoyed big exits, angel investors, venture capitalists, crypto leaders, tech stock traders, real estate investors -- all sharing how they made money and put their capital to work.

    (EP33): Michelle Tascoe, Makes $1.2 Million In Three Years With One-On-One Financial Coaching

    (EP33): Michelle Tascoe, Makes $1.2 Million In Three Years With One-On-One Financial Coaching

    Michelle Tascoe is based in LA and has one of the longest running private one-on-one financial advice coaching practices.
    She's now earning over half a million a year, but it wasn't always like this. It's been a long and steady journey to become a seven figure coach. You will hear that story in today's podcast interview.
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    • 1 hr 15 min
    (EP32): Thomas Smale, Over A Billion Dollars In Company Sales, What Business Models Lead To The Biggest Exit

    (EP32): Thomas Smale, Over A Billion Dollars In Company Sales, What Business Models Lead To The Biggest Exit

    This is Vested Capital episode 32, featuring Thomas Smale, the founder of FE International, a leading M&A firm.  
    I first interviewed Thomas 9 years ago (https://yaro.blog/11850/thomas-smale/). 
    At the time his company had helped to facilitate over $5 Million in deals. Now that number is over a billion dollars in business acquisitions.  
    I asked Thomas what led to the growth and how his team has expanded. We also talked about what business models leads to the biggest exit prices, what types of businesses are popular with buyers and more.
    Enjoy the podcast.
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    • 55 min
    (EP31): Yaro On Crypto, Property, Angel Investing And Closing Down His Flagship Course Blog Mastermind

    (EP31): Yaro On Crypto, Property, Angel Investing And Closing Down His Flagship Course Blog Mastermind

    To kick off 2022 I'm reviewing how I am investing my capital, including what went well and what did not go so well with my investments and business in the previous year, and what I am focusing on for this new year.
    If you have any guest suggestions for the show, email me - yaro@yaro.blog

    • 45 min
    (EP30): Mikkel Thorup, World Traveling Expat, How To Move Offshore And Eliminate Taxes

    (EP30): Mikkel Thorup, World Traveling Expat, How To Move Offshore And Eliminate Taxes

    Mikkel Thorup hosts The Expat Money Show podcast (I was on episode 155) and has spent over 21 years in continual travel around the world, visiting more than 100 countries including Colombia, North Korea, Zimbabwe, and Iran. 
    Mikkel runs a consultancy to help high net worth individuals move overseas, providing guidance on tax structure, visas, residencies, passports, raising your family (education, lifestyle), company structure and banking.
    I asked Mikkel on to Vested Capital, first to learn about his background and how he left Canada and became a world traveler, and then how he was able to learn such a unique and dynamic skillset -- staying up to date with everything an expat needs to consider when moving overseas.
    During the second half of the interview I asked Mikkel all the big questions, including which countries should we consider moving to, how to avoid paying tax and where to setup your company and bank accounts. 
    Enjoy the podcast.
    Yaro
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    • 1 hr 10 min
    (EP29): Arthur Menard, CEO And Founder Of Lambs, Radiation Protection Clothing DTC Brand And 8-Figure Business

    (EP29): Arthur Menard, CEO And Founder Of Lambs, Radiation Protection Clothing DTC Brand And 8-Figure Business

    Arthur Menard is the CEO and co-founder of Lambs, a clothing brand that blocks 99% of EMFs (cellphone, 4G, 5G, Wifi, Bluetooth radiation) as well as 10x the amount of UVs compared to traditional clothing.
    His company is doing 8-figures in sales, having got their start selling men's underwear online -- which I actually purchased several years ago.
    Arthur has an interesting backstory, having first got started as an entrepreneur selling online training, then later co-founding a local marketing app supporting French bakeries. 
    The story behind Lambs however, is the most interesting, given he was blazing a trail with a new form of clothing.
    If you're selling anything DTC (direct to consumer) or looking to invent a new category, this podcast will be insightful.
    Enjoy the interview.
    Yaro
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    • 58 min
    (EP28): David Ciccarelli, CEO And Founder Voices.com, Marketplace For Voice Audio Content, Raises $18Mil Towards IPO

    (EP28): David Ciccarelli, CEO And Founder Voices.com, Marketplace For Voice Audio Content, Raises $18Mil Towards IPO

    David Ciccarelli is the CEO and founder of Voices.com.
    Based in London, Canada, Voices.com provides an online marketplace, facilitating transactions between business clients and over two million voice over professionals.
    In this interview David shares the origin story of Voices, how they first launched their platform, secured a great domain name, attracted new customers and new voice talent to make sure they had both supply and demand and then grew the company to the point where it is today, heading towards a Nasdaq listing after raising $18 Million from Morgan Stanley and others.
    Enjoy the episode.
    Yaro
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    • 1 hr 26 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
18 Ratings

18 Ratings

Robert Gerrish ,

Proving the entrepreneurial mind is inquisitive

Being interviewed by Yaro is a pleasure as his naturally inquisitive mind ensures he asks really good questions. I figure if Yaro is interested in talking to the guest, that person is worth listening to.

WebSavvy ,

Great questions

Yaro asks great questions and draws information out that few can do. I found myself telling stories I'd never told before. Plus he's a lovely bloke with a ton of knowledge to share. Well worth subscribing to

Christina Symes ,

Such an inspiring entrepreneur and podcast

Yaro has an innate ability to make you feel incredibly comfortable to share your story and business journey. I absolutely loved speaking with him about the in's and out's of starting my business and reaching success - and I am constantly inspired listening to the other interviewees on his podcast. A must listen!

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