Problem Solvers with Jason Feifer features business owners and CEO’s who went through a crippling business problem and came out the other side happy, wealthy, and growing. Feifer, Entrepreneur’s Editor in Chief, pulls these stories out so other business can avoid the same crippling problems. 767392
When Your Big Plans Change, with Taboola's Adam Singolda
Adam Singolda was preparing for the biggest deal of his career — merging with his largest competitor. Then it didn't happen. How do you adjust when big changes fall apart? Adam has an amazingly healthy attitude towards this, which he learned over 13 years of failure. He shares his perspective.
How to Switch Jobs and Succeed, with James Altucher
Want to try something new and make money doing it? James Altucher has reinvented himself many times over, and offers tangible ways that you can too. He says it starts by ignoring the old "10,000-hour rule" — because you DON'T have to master something in order to make a living at it.
Embracing Life's Transitions, with Stacy London
"Let go of who you were to become who you are." Stacy London has given that advice to many people — but for a while, she struggled to follow it herself. Stacy had a long and successful TV career (remember her show "What Not To Wear"?), but after getting older and reaching menopause, she struggled with whether to hold onto her old identity or to try on a new one. Now she's the CEO of a company called State of Menopause, and has a lot of wisdom about what it means to transition into new phases of life.
A Better Way to Describe What You Do
What do you do? Entrepreneurs often flunk that answer—because they're not thinking about its ultimate purpose. Marketing consultant Myron Golden breaks down the four elements of a great description, and helps you connect quicker with future clients.
How Ryan Reynolds Makes Ads Go Viral
How do you poke fun at something in a way that excites everyone and upsets no one? It's a skill that actor Ryan Reynolds has mastered—as his marketing company, Maximum Effort, churns out one viral hit after another. In this conversation with Entrepreneur editor in chief Jason Feifer, he shares how he does it.
Reconsider the Impossible
The pandemic taught us an important lesson: The things we once thought were impossible might actually be our greatest opportunities.
Makes me want to be an entrepreneur again
I have listened to most of these and I am rarely disappointed
Some episodes are good and some are mediocre. Jason is always great-it’s just that some of his interviewees are meh. The ones that turn me off the most and cause me to stop listening are the egotistical folks who seem to be (a) very wordy and (b) all about how awesome they are.
What a great way to start my week! Thanks Jason for the inspiring and educational content. Well worth the listen.