The podcast show that teaches you how to build a successful startup. Listen to fascinating interviews with industry leaders and learn how they did it. Hosted by William Channer. Visit the site: http://drt.fm. To get in touch email: email@example.com. Follow the show on Twitter: @dormroomtycoon
How to Be an Effective Leader with Claire Lew, Know Your Company
In this interview, Claire Lew talks about leadership, how to keep your team motivated and the things leaders should avoid. We also talk about the importance of building relationships with your customers and the real reasons why people buy from you.
Stoicism for Startup Founders with Bill Irvine, Wright State University
In this interview, Bill Irvine explains what it means to be a stoic. We discuss how to evaluate and pursue worthy goals and how to keep perspective during challenging times. We examine the necessity of failure in the pursuit of greatness and uncover the value of setbacks.
How to Create a Company with Soul with James Freeman, Blue Bottle Coffee
In this interview, James Freeman reveals what it was like starting Blue Bottle Coffee. He explains the importance of pursuing simplicity and creating an overarching experience. We also talk about building a business that stands for something and what he does to find inspiration.
Why Building a Startup is Hard with Keith Rabois, Khosla Ventures
In this interview, Keith Rabois explains the importance of hard work and turning your startup into a smooth machine. We discuss management styles, the downfall of remote working and how to go about hiring talented people.
How to Take a Company Public with Geoff Donaker, Yelp
In this interview, Geoff Donaker explains the details involved in taking a company public, from hiring a CFO through to collaborating with an accounting firm. We examine the job of the COO, the role of experimentation in the shaping of business models and the principles of scaling. We finish with a discussion of his investing strategy.
The Art of Product Management with Michael Sippey, Medium
In this interview, Michael Sippey explains each stage of his product management process; research, idea validation and product iteration. We discuss the evolution of Medium and how to go about defining one’s vision and strategy.
Very inspiring guests, I've listened about 5 interviews today.
From my first lesson I was impressed with the level of questioning and the level of guest I am definitely a fan.
One of my favorite podcasts
William gets the best of the best for guests on this podcast. He covers almost the entire spectrum of startups and product building topics. I find myself learning something valuable/actionable in almost every episode I listen to.