Stories from entrepreneurs and influencers on how they built a business out of nothing and found freedom from their traditional job.
Creating great music for kids
Stephanie Leavell created Music For Kiddos to show that kid's music can actually be enjoyed by parents if it's quality.
After finding success as a songwriter she's created quite a following by not only including a song every month in her newsletter, but also creating a blog, music lesson, a book and more.
How to become a successful tech blogger
Erik Dietrich had his blog Dead Tech and wanted to parlay it into something more. A few years later he was blogging for tech companies. Listen how he built Hit Subscribe from the ground up.
#17: How to start a clothing company
Marin Gerov is the founder of DULO Wear and is based in Amsterdam. Him and his partner wanted to create a unique clothing company and after some hard work found themselves as Shopify experts and now give advice to those starting their own company.
How to build a quickly optimized blog with high search ranking
How Tanner Callais from Cruzely found his niche with the cruise industry
#15: Building an Energy Supplement Brand
Chris Hawkes had to pivot his product from peanut butter to eventually making natural energy boosters for active people. B-Line came from a lack of healthy options for boosting your energy on the trail. After having experience with product marketing in the past he took his skills to building his idea and eventually got distribution.
#14: Building a League of Introverts
She left her 9-5 job and started freelancing before creating her blog 'The Creative Introvert'.
Today she has her league of creative introverts and has found success in marketing herself in a variety of ways, particularly in podcasting.
I am really enjoying this podcast. It’s so interesting hearing from compelling people working on cool things that came from a relatable place and the starting from scratch transition into the cool thing! Looking forward to more!
Insightful Tips On How To Escape The 9 to 5
Johnathan is a very good and relatable interviewer and asks great questions. I really enjoyed the Nick Loper interview and am marathoning through the rest of the episodes. Great casual style and easy listening for a commute to and from work. There are a few golden nuggets and takeaways in each episode. Keep up the great work!
Great podcast, will definitely continue to listen.