64 episodes

The #Antipreneur Show Podcast provides a contrarian take on digital entrepreneurship.We focus on crushing the status quo, dispelling the myths of Magic Pills, Silver Bullets, and Blueprints in business. Interviewing amazing entrepreneurs and sharing their stories of how they built their businesses their way!

The Antipreneur Show Dan Bennett: Entrepreneur, Founder, and Storyteller

    • Business
    • 5.0 • 8 Ratings

The #Antipreneur Show Podcast provides a contrarian take on digital entrepreneurship.We focus on crushing the status quo, dispelling the myths of Magic Pills, Silver Bullets, and Blueprints in business. Interviewing amazing entrepreneurs and sharing their stories of how they built their businesses their way!

    Antipreneur 67 - Community With a Purpose w/ Tony Bacigalupo

    Antipreneur 67 - Community With a Purpose w/ Tony Bacigalupo

    Tony Bacigalupo is a listener, a communicator, and a superhero when it comes to finding simple, elegant solutions to thorny problems. He works with leaders up and down the workforce roster to create amazing experiences, build community, and educate participants. This is the guy to call if you need event facilitation, introductions, sponsor shout-outs, and a plain old good uplifting experience.
    Bacigalupo first found his niche in the business world by creating co-working spaces in New York City – but not the regular old corporate co-working spaces that faked inclusiveness and broadcasted their free micro roast coffee. Instead, he created ones that fostered a real sense of friendliness. He has a passion for addressing loneliness, community, and the benefits of the simple act of gathering. In co-working, he sees the future of work and evolving ecosystems about how to combine culture, community, and access to create a space that is more than the sum of its parts.
    Bacigalupo joined me on the Antipreneur Show podcast to talk about what it means to be lonely, how many co-working inventors there might be in the world, how to participate effectively with strangers, and the story about his dashing new haircut.

    https://nwc.co/
    Twitter: @TonyBGoode 
    https://tonybacigalupo.com
    https://belongful.co

    • 56 min
    Antipreneur 65 - What does breakthrough really mean? w/ David Shriner Cahn

    Antipreneur 65 - What does breakthrough really mean? w/ David Shriner Cahn

    David Shriner-Cahn had a comfortable career first as a chemical engineer, then as an executive at a not-for-profit organization where he led and managed teams and organizations. This worked for him for 28 years, until the day someone else told him the gig was up.
    After the fear of being involuntarily unemployed subsided, Shriner-Cahn had a realization: in his next business life, he wanted to be the one calling the shots. In 2006 he launched his consulting business, TEND Strategic Partners, and later started a blog that morphed into a podcast, Smashing the Plateau. And that led into a second podcast: Going Solo.
    Shriner-Cahn is doing all of this to bring entrepreneurs together because he wants to help high-achieving professionals take control over their own futures and write their own stories. He recently took a break from his two podcasts to join me on my own. He talked about the importance of making breakthroughs and how his background in engineering led him to focus on having good processes that are both efficient and effective. Many people say they want to take over their own careers and reach new goals, but the gap between where they are and where they want to be needs to be closed before those realizations can happen.

    You can find David online @
    https://linkedin.com/in/davidshrinercahn
    https://SmashingThePlateau.com

    • 48 min
    Antiprener 64 - Let You Best Self Shine! What Are You Waiting For? w/ Karyl Eckerle

    Antiprener 64 - Let You Best Self Shine! What Are You Waiting For? w/ Karyl Eckerle

    Karyl Eckerle is an entrepreneurial dynamo! A real figure it out and take the bull by the horns kind of woman.

    Personal branding and image strategist, Karyl Eckerle, is committed to helping women take their place as “Who’s Who” in their field. Specializing in women in leadership roles (both in corporate and entrepreneurial ventures), Karyl works with organizations and individuals to develop and showcase consistent image and personal brand credibility through in-person and digital first impression strategies.

    For Karyl Eckerle, your image is everything.
    It is the face of your business, it is how you create a sense of credibility and expertise, it is how you are seen, heard, and remembered, and it is how you become the go-to expert in your field.
    Eckerle is the face of The Image Impact Group, a branding agency focused specifically on female leaders in client-facing roles, from executives to lawyers to real estate professionals and public speakers. Image Impact bridges the divide between image and personal branding, allowing her clients to create a clear, consistent, and confident message no matter what medium they are navigating.
    Why is this needed? According to Eckerle, many women have the education, knowledge, and expertise to be leaders in their field, but they don’t yet have what it takes to stand out, become visible, make a true impact, be original, exude confidence, and be known as the experts. That is where she comes in, coaching her clients on impact branding, and also doing some speaking along the way.
    During our interview, Eckerle talked about how she works with her clients, how her own experiences help guide her coaching, and how the changes she made for herself inform the approach she takes to helping women reach their peak potential. What do you want to be known for? Karyl will help you discover that.
    You can find Karyl online making an impact in entreprenurs lives on LinkedIn and of course on her website at https://TheImageImpactGroup.com

    You can take Karyl's Instant Image Assessment at https://bit.ly/imageimpactsurvey

    • 36 min
    Antipreneur 63 – Finding Your Soul's GPS w/ Benjamin Yeh

    Antipreneur 63 – Finding Your Soul's GPS w/ Benjamin Yeh

    Benjamin Yeh is a Business and Transformation Coach. His passion is helping others gain clarity in discovering their 'True North' through his coaching and Boom Vision Podcast, a show designed for driven professionals and entrepreneurs seeking clarity, purpose and happiness.

    Through Boom Vision, Ben shares his unique vantage points, holistic practicality in business & life, and action steps on how to build a solid foundation of a healthier mind, body and soul: it starts with a strong mindset! Ben's core values are to inspire, love and impact and his career has evolved from being a real estate consultant, investment officer for a family office where he invested over $1 billion dollars, a serial entrepreneur, a father, advisor/coach and a student of life. 

    Find Ben on the web:
    - Website: https://www.benjaminyeh.com
    - IG: https://instagram.com/benjaminyeh
    - LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/benjaminyeh

    - Boom Vision Podcast: Available at all podcast directories.
    Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/.../boom-vision/id1582728414

    - Music that moves your soul: If you want to feel more confidence, healing energy, or high energy, subscribe to my Boom Vision emailing list/community via my website to get access to my personally curated music playlists!

    • 1 hr 8 min
    Antipreneur 62 – Getting Your Podcast Out into the World with Ling Yah

    Antipreneur 62 – Getting Your Podcast Out into the World with Ling Yah

    This is the first interview with someone who tracked me down and asked to come on the podcast, and I could not be more excited. Ling is the Host and Producer of the terrific podcast, So This Is My Why. She interviews inspiring people about their journey to discovering and living their "WHY" or purpose in life.
    Over the past couple years, Ling has evolved from someone who was scared to put her voice into the world to an expert podcaster who’s interviewed some of the biggest names on the planet. She’s featured entrepreneurs, artists, journalists, musicians, Hollywood actresses, VC founders, and other inspiring people - always diving deep into forging an unconventional career.
    In this episode, we go through the ins and outs of her podcast journey, and the insightful lessons you can apply to your podcast or content series. We talk getting through tough times, reaching out to A-list guests, recording podcasts with video, the technical learning curve, and getting pumped to share your story with the world. Ling also takes us through her growing passion for NFTs and why she has endless love for the artists who create them.
    You’ll be blown away by Ling’s story about Mount Everest, as well. She hiked to base camp in March 2020. Enough said.
    You can connect with Ling at SoThisIsMyWhy.com, LinkedIn, Instagram, and Twitter
     
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    • 48 min
    Antipreneur 61 – Calming Leadership and Relatable Content with Deborah Coviello

    Antipreneur 61 – Calming Leadership and Relatable Content with Deborah Coviello

    It’s extra special when you get to interview your friend and learn a ton at the same time. Deborah is The Drop In CEO, who brings over 20 years’ worth of experience and strategy in Quality and Operational Excellence roles to the table. She knows how to solve problems, and she gets to the root by thinking differently.
    Deborah is also a terrific author and podcast host. Her book, The CEO’s Compass, is your guide to conquering burnout and creating a sustainable plan for you and your organization. Her podcast, The Drop In CEO, features insightful and energizing conversations with hundreds of leaders transforming their business from the inside out. 
    In this episode, we break down what it means to be a leader - from finding the right mindset to being a calming presence. You’ll feel less stressed just from hearing Deborah talk through her lessons. She also hits on why getting podcast guest experience drastically improves your skills as a podcast host, how to actually finish that book you’ve been dreaming about, and why video is the best way to connect with people online.
    Of course, Deborah dives deep into her passion for curling (she’s one of the best) and reveals how the sport has helped her in the business world in more ways than one.
    You can connect with Deborah at DropInCEO.com and LinkedIn
     
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    • 47 min

Customer Reviews

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8 Ratings

8 Ratings

.Ame. ,

Great podcast for the entrepreneur

Love this podcast! Great range of guests, Dan asks really good questions and this podcast is inspiring for the entrepreneur paving their own way.

B Vision ,

Great storyteller

The ability to tell great stories is hard to come by. Infuse that with bringing out the best in his guest interviews makes this such an enjoyable podcast to learn from, well done!

dropinceo ,

Mic Drop Moments through and through

With so many podcasts to chose from, finding one that is truly worth 30 minutes of your time is the Antipreneur. Smart questions, relatable stories and when you least expect it, mic drop moments happen. You never know when they'll happen, but when they do, you come away with insights or tips that could be game changers. Listen to real people and hear in real life opportunities and challenges to make it all come together and make an impact.