The Road to $1 Million is a podcast on the Capitalism.com network that features entrepreneurs on their way to building a 7-figure business.
They are instructed to bring their challenges, opportunities, and their ultimate vision to the show in order to get help making it happen faster.
The host, Ryan Daniel Moran, has a keen eye for sensing what the entrepreneur truly wants and identifying what the next logical step is in the process to get there.
Joe Asks, “I Sold A Company. Now What’s My Next Big Thing?”
Joe Cochran is a member of the Capitalism Incubator who is working on pitching his next 8-figure business.
After 13 years working in his last business, he exited for a mid 7-figure payday and now he's thinking through his next best steps.
By listening to this episode you'll discover where YOUR best opportunities lie based on the assets that you have and see that it's okay if your plan doesn't look like everyone else's.
Dan Asks, “Invest $300k For 20% Of Our Supplement Brand For First Responders?”
Ryan shares his favorite pitch from "Pitch Week" within the Capitalism Incubator.
Dan McBride's company Thinline Anthem makes supplements geared towards first responders, and he is asking for $300k for 20% of his company.
Ryan Shares, “This Is The Playbook To Go To $1 Million In 12 Months”
The Road To $1 Million podcast started with Ryan's highly successful book, 12 Months To $1 Million.
But before that Ryan's career as an eCommerce expert really took off from his viral 2014 conference keynote called 12 Months To $1 Million.
A lot has changed since then (though the principles remain the same), so this week we are sharing Ryan's new and updated talk of that presentation.
This talk will give you the playbook and show you the fast lane to building a 7-figure business in 1 year.
Mark Asks, “How Do I Launch My First Product?”
Today we are checking in again with the man himself, Mark CUDA from Ancient Strength.
If you’ve been following along you heard his 1st appearance a few weeks ago, then he came back again on the “5 Entrepreneurs” episode where Ryan checked in with the Capitalism Fund, and now Mark is back again for the 3rd time.
This is one you won’t want to miss because we are talking all about really launching his first product and all of the complications that come with that.
Darren Woodson Asks, “How Do I Monetize My NFL Following?”
Darren Woodson is the host of the wildly popular Darren Woodson Show podcast... and he also won 3 Super Bowl rings with the Dallas Cowboys.
But now he's trying to figure out how he can use his NFL following to build a business.
You’ll see that influencers are just as hungry for *quality* partnerships as you are.
And by the end of this episode you’ll have a better understanding of what people like Darren are looking for so when you reach out to your dream influencer, it'll be a touchdown.
Emily Asks, "How Do I Put This Exotic Food In Every American Pantry?"
Small food brands are big business.
They’re growing because they’re introducing new foods to the marketplace or creating healthy versions of already popular snacks.
That’s why I wanted to introduce you to Emily Griffiths, founder of Lil Bucks.
With no business background, Emily caught a vision for a cereal brand and ran with it.
Now, on the way to a million dollars in revenue, she’s already looking at Series A funding. Emily is the perfect example of big thinking and big action.