Problem Solvers with Jason Feifer features business owners and CEO’s who went through a crippling business problem and came out the other side happy, wealthy, and growing. Feifer, Entrepreneur’s Editor in Chief, pulls these stories out so other business can avoid the same crippling problems. 767392
3 Ways to Adapt to the Future
We've gone from panic, to adaptation, to new normal, to... something else? Here are three ways to think about what comes next, and how to make sure you're as relevant as ever.
Your Mission Is Unshakeable (with Tara Mackey)
Your "what" and your "why" are two different things. And if you confuse the two, you're not prepared for change. In this episode, Jason explains how to tell the difference between the two -- and then discusses it with The Organic Life CEO Tara Mackey, who has gone through a journey of defining her "why."
How Solving Your Own Problem Turns Into A Business
Ska Brewing had a problem: Empty cans kept falling on the floor before they were filled with beer. So as cofounder Matt Vincent tried fixing the problem, he came up with a business that goes way beyond beer. Here's how solving your own problem first can lead to massive opportunity.
When A Big Competitor Suddenly Appears
Madison Semarjian's fashion app Mada was totally unique and making waves... until a massively funded competitor came along. Here's how Madison, fresh out of college, pivoted to protect her space.
Making the Most of Life Transitions, with Bruce Feiler
We're all currently going through what author Bruce Feiler calls a "lifequake." He should know: He spent years studying how people manage life transitions, and came away with a deep knowledge of how they unfold and how to make the most of them. He talks about how to make the most of your transition, and the research from his ne book "Life Is In The Transitions".
When You Have The Right Idea... At The Wrong Time
Sometimes an idea isn't bad... it's just that the timing is bad. So what do you do? In this episode, host Jason Feifer tells two stories from his own life about finding the right time for once-wrong ideas, and how you can make the most of yours.