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How Success Happens with Robert Tuchman features some of today's brightest entrepreneurial minds talking about overcoming challenges and using them as learning experiences to create success. Tuchman a successful entrepreneur helps listeners to understand that challenges they face in business can ultimately become their successes just like the extraordinary guests of HSH.

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How Success Happens with Robert Tuchman features some of today's brightest entrepreneurial minds talking about overcoming challenges and using them as learning experiences to create success. Tuchman a successful entrepreneur helps listeners to understand that challenges they face in business can ultimately become their successes just like the extraordinary guests of HSH.

    Splice's Steve Martocci On Changing The Game For Musicians

    Splice's Steve Martocci On Changing The Game For Musicians

    Steve Martocci is the founder of music tech platform Splice. Martocci first started in the tech business by co-founding the group-messaging service GroupMe, which sold to Skype in August 2011 for $85 million, when he was just 27. In 2013 he co-founded Splice, a technology platform for music creators that streamlines the process of creating and sharing music. Then in 2014 he co-founded Blade, a private plane service. In total, Martocci’s startups have raised over $100 million.

    • 45 min
    Vista Global’s Thomas Flohr on Building a Business During a Global Crisis

    Vista Global’s Thomas Flohr on Building a Business During a Global Crisis

    The Swiss financier, Thomas Flohr, started his private jet charter company in 2004, just a few years after 9/11 sent aircraft sales spiraling. It wasn’t the last time world events or market downturns would affect Flohr’s business. The 2008 financial crisis came with plenty of challenges, but as Flohr told me he managed to turn those obstacles into fuel for Vista Jet. And today in these times of a new global crisis around the COVID-19 Flohr still continues to move his company forward.

    • 33 min
    Walt Disney Companies Debra O'Connell on Building a Great Culture

    Walt Disney Companies Debra O'Connell on Building a Great Culture

    If you ask around at any business with a truly great company culture, you might hear a few reasons as to why its like that. We noticed it right away while visiting WABC TV in New York City this past Winter. President, Debra O’Connell says it’s all about building the right team, and getting them rowing in the same direction. But after interviewing her we suspect that attitude itself--the lack of ego, the eagerness to give credit to others--is a big part of what makes her one of media's superstars.

    • 55 min
    Inspirato's Brent Handler on Spotting Consumer Trends

    Inspirato's Brent Handler on Spotting Consumer Trends

    In 2002, Brent and his brother Brad launched Exclusive Resorts, and quickly became pioneers in the destination club industry. Then, in 2011 the Handler brothers launched Inspirato, a luxury travel club with an impressive roster of exclusive experiences and bespoke travel itineraries. Now Inspirato offers a ground-breaking subscription model, which lets members pay a flat monthly rate for unlimited bookings at Inspirato’s exclusive luxury properties around the world.

    • 47 min
    Pawn Stars Creator and TV Tycoon Brent Montgomery on Being A 10 Year Overnight Success

    Pawn Stars Creator and TV Tycoon Brent Montgomery on Being A 10 Year Overnight Success

    They say every “overnight success” takes 10 years, and that’s something reality TV tycoon Brent Montgomery knows all too well. In 2014, Brent sold an 80% stake of his production group Leftfield Entertainment for $360 million—the most lucrative nonfiction television deal ever made in North America. But if you rewind ten years, you’d find Brent producing wedding videos in New York City. He was working 80-100 hour work weeks with minimal pay, hustling to land a ticket into the entertainment business.

    • 1h 1m
    Hollywood Heavyweights Michele Ganeless, Alysia Reiner, and David Alan Basche on the Business of Making a Movie

    Hollywood Heavyweights Michele Ganeless, Alysia Reiner, and David Alan Basche on the Business of Making a Movie

    A movie is a piece of entertainment. But a movie is also a business. There are budgets, payroll, marketing—you name it. Michelle Ganeless, the former President of Comedy Central, Alysia Reiner, an actress famous for her role on Orange is the New Black, and her husband, the accomplished actor David Alan Basche talk about how making their movie, EGG, was very much like building a business.

    • 45 min

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