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Want to build a successful business? Packed with the principles, strategies, and methods used to grow successful companies, The Sweaty Startup will help you make your vision a reality. Hosted by successful entrepreneur Nick Huber. Short, to the point and no fluff.

The Sweaty Startup Nick Huber

    • Entrepreneurship

Want to build a successful business? Packed with the principles, strategies, and methods used to grow successful companies, The Sweaty Startup will help you make your vision a reality. Hosted by successful entrepreneur Nick Huber. Short, to the point and no fluff.

    #134 Buying a landscaping or detailing company - a mentoring call

    #134 Buying a landscaping or detailing company - a mentoring call

    We have a caller from Kansas City who is looking into purchasing a business. We talk about some of the questions to ask and what to look for!

    • 40 min
    #133 How entrepreneurs think about vehicle ownership

    #133 How entrepreneurs think about vehicle ownership

    Its an expense. They depreciate fast. In this episode we talk about the difference in buying a 10 year old car and a brand new car. Nick shares his cost of car ownership breakdown over the past 14 years and he compares it to the numbers if he had bought new every 5 years.

    • 22 min
    #132 How dedicated should we be? Why Kevin O'Leary and Shark Tank culture is WRONG

    #132 How dedicated should we be? Why Kevin O'Leary and Shark Tank culture is WRONG

    How do we find a balance in life? The media and the hustle mentality are driving us to crazy lengths. Its about enjoying life.

    • 16 min
    #131 How wealthy do we want to get? + 2020 plans with the Sweaty Startup

    #131 How wealthy do we want to get? + 2020 plans with the Sweaty Startup

    What is wealth to you? What are your goals with entrepreneurship? I lay out what is important to me.

    • 22 min
    #130 Businesses I Love #3 - A pool business, closet building, pest control, damage remediation, property management

    #130 Businesses I Love #3 - A pool business, closet building, pest control, damage remediation, property management

    Nick and Max talk about businesses they love and how they would start them. 

    https://sweatystartup.com/businesses-i-love/

    • 26 min
    #129 How to start a window cleaning business - concept breakdown with Nick and Max

    #129 How to start a window cleaning business - concept breakdown with Nick and Max

    How would I start a window cleaning business? In this episode we lay out the steps of exactly how we'd do it. 

    https://sweatystartup.com/essential-tools/

    • 43 min

Customer Reviews

J.D.Smith527 ,

The MOST value in a Startup Podcast

Gotta say, I’ve listened to a lot of podcasts and watched a lot of videos over the years and never felt like I could quite grasp or attain the things being talked about or would be left with a carrot on a stick (“check out my course!”)
With Nick on the Sweaty Startup he’s providing the value up front without much directly to gain and is a genuine participant in this group he’s started.
He explains exactly what he promotes, practices what he preaches, and tells you literally what to do. That last one is SURPRISINGLY hard to find.

I’m starting a service business in time for Spring this year almost entirely because he put about a million loose ends together for me that I just had hanging around in my mind. He made me realize I can do it.
Listen and you’ll realize too! Thanks Nick.

John Piper is the man ,

🚀 Mentor-level advice from a non-guru

Love everything about this podcast. Honest, level-headed advice from an entrepreneur who has actually built a successful business.

You don’t find many people in entrepreneurial circles talking about the opportunity of starting a local/service-based business. If you’re familiar with the current wave of circle jerk internet business culture, then this could be your breath of fresh air.

Nick shows how accessible entrepreneurship can be by starting and scaling a service business. If you have that nagging voice in your head, constantly reminding you that you want to start a business or change your life, you should check out the episodes here.

Also, Nick’s blog is equally insightful and motivating. It’s a perfect supplement to the podcast.

matthall ,

Can’t think of a better production

The Sweaty Startup is the best resource I have found. If you have an urge to do something more than what you’re doing at your work this is the place to go. Visit his website too @ sweatystartup.com. So helpful. So actionable. Make it happen!

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