Daniel DiPiazza and friends talk about building businesses and living better.
Product-Market Fit: Tips and Strategies for Validating a Business Idea
If a product or service doesn’t solve a customer pain point or doesn’t meet market demand, the business will not have what it takes to be valid for the long-term. But what is the best way to validate a business idea? In this episode, Daniel offers the Profit Paradigm Group strategies for hypothesizing, surveying, and creating a beta to determine the product-market fit.
Iteration and Systemization as Principles: A Live Master Class with Casey Zeman
EasyWebinar is an industry leader in streaming, marketing, and webinar technology. The Founder and CEO (and extremely likable guy) of EasyWebinar, Casey Zeman, joins Daniel and students of the Profit Paradigm course to discuss the many versions of his company. Casey has transformed his business to be a customer-friendly, recurring revenue money-making machine by perfecting how it delivers SaaS and its customer-centric branding.
Find What Motivates You: A Live Master Class with Ankur Nagpal
The Founder and CEO of Teachable, Ankur Nagpal, joins Daniel and students of the Profit Paradigm course to discuss the business model many investors missed out on, an online teaching platform. Ankur shares how Teachable’s success is ultimately based on the success of its course creators and what steps the organization takes to ensure the success of their customers.
This podcast includes tips for choosing a channel, scaling your business growth, and why you should charge more.
Mastering the Creative Process to Achieve Flow
Thinking about and being in the creative flow process is one of the most fun and refreshing things you can do with your time and in your life. Entrepreneurship is an extension of creation. When you start a business you are essentially creating something from nothing. And whether you are delivering a product or service, you are creating something that didn't exist before and you are delivering it to someone with a need.
Industry Leaders Focus on Core Products Customers Want
Today, I tell the stories of what some industry leaders have done to ensure they focus on the core products their customers want. And as an example, I look into the history of one of the largest fast-food chains in the world, to dissect how in the 2000’s they lost their focus and then managed to regain it again to keep their business alive.
This podcast demonstrates the importance of having your customer avatar dialed in and the importance of focusing only on a few core products.
Practical Tools and Foundational Financial Management Tips for Business Owners
Do you know the number one factor that allows a business to thrive? Financial management. Without understanding the basic business building blocks, CEOs can find themselves cash-strapped and in a vicious cycle of boom and bust. If you are bringing in a decent amount of money, you have to learn to manage it.