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Oct 29, 2015

Paige has learnt from the best from working at New York Fashion Week to interning at Vogue she has seen the in’s and outs of large companies and small startups. This gave her the inspiration to start her own venture called tapandtack. We delve into the inspiration, how she targeted her niche and the wins and learning’s from her first year in business! Thinking about starting a new venture yourself this is packed full of useful tips to help you!

Oct 26, 2015

Sarah has had some highs and lows having created businesses that for unforseen circumstances disappeared almost overnight. She shares what she has learnt and how she has gone from $0 in her pocket arriving in Australia from the UK to creating a 7 figure business. Starting an awards competition and other tips to quickly become an expert or an authority in your niche. This is jammed packed so make sure you have a pen and paper handy!

Oct 22, 2015

3 years ago not many people had heard of Nathan Chan and no one had heard of FOUNDR magazine. Fast forward to today and Nathan is building an empire and interviewing some of the biggest names in the entrepreneurial world including Tim Ferriss, Richard Branson and Tony Robbins. This didn’t happen by accident and in this episode we delve into going from a uni graduate to running a highly successful magazine, huge Instagram following, podcast and more!

Oct 19, 2015

How to you become the guy who is everywhere on the internet but no one really knows why? How do you become a viral sensation? How to you keep that up day after day week after week? In this week’s episode I chat with Sam Ratumaitavuki aka Fortafy the man behind the viral page. We talk about how it came to be, the music world, his nonstop hustle, family and how he hasn’t put all his eggs in one basket. This is an absolutely awesome episode make sure to check it out!

Oct 15, 2015

People love chucking up blog article or status updates. The biggest fear we now have is not public speaking but putting up a video for the world to see. I know I am guilty. So many things limit us ‘it won’t be good enough’ ‘no one will watch it anyway’ ‘I have nothing to talk about’ ‘I will just stick to the traditional way’. Well guess what gets the most engagement and sales online? That’s right VIDEO! When I heard this stat I tracked down one of the best in the game Brandon Lucero who has helped 1000’s of entrepreneurs and businesses go to the next level using video!

Oct 12, 2015

It doesn’t matter if you are in a job or run your own business… we are all in sales. There is often a stigma around the word sales that make people run for the hills. Isn’t it your obligation if you have a product that can help a person’s life to share it with them? Meet David Anderson founder of the Nitro Sales Team he talks about his journey to start his business, how he takes businesses to the next level and also some amazing giveaways for all of you listeners out there. Check it out!

Oct 8, 2015

Funding has changed for startups forever with the advent of Kickstarter. I chatted with Andy Day about his latest project the Exo Camera an awesome product to compliment the massively popular Go Pro. Andy talks about the inspiration for the Exo Camera, the planning and marketing before the launch of the kickstarter program and much much more! Make sure to also check out and support the kickstarter project.

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/exocamera/exo-gp-1-gopro-housing-make-your-gopro-go-further?ref=video

Andy is living in Melbourne for past 3 years,  he went in university in New Zealand, studied at the degree in Economics which he didn’t used as he was sure he didn’t want to be a banker

Oct 5, 2015

 Ever had a small idea that you thought if I could only position and market this well online I could make a lot from this! Cue Derek Gehl from entrepreneurignited.com. He talks about the full circle transition from a small business to managing a team of 100+ people which generated $30+ million a year to starting a new business winding back the team and gaining back time to live life on his terms.

 Derek Gehl started online business in 1997, after finishing highschool, where he didn’t do very well, he was struggling. The internet intrigued him. For him it’s an incredible platform, it allows anybody kind regardless background skill, education whatever to go out and start creating business.

Oct 1, 2015

Eric Termuende is a Co-Founder and Director of Gen Y Inc., a culture consultancy focused on the future of work. Eric is Community Integration Chair for Global Shapers Calgary, a community that functions under the World Economic Forum. He also sits on the Leadership Committee for the Canadian G20 YEA Delegation, and is a founding member of the Haskayne Alumni Advisory Council. A former University of Calgary SU Vice President, Class Ambassador (2014), and Ditchley Foundation attendee, Eric has worked and spoken in numerous places across the world over the past years both personally and professionally. Eric was recently named Calgary’s youngest Game Changer by BRANDED Magazine and has spoken and written for the Conference Board of Canada and the Globe and Mail, respectively. Eric recently returned from Cambridge and Oxford attending the 800th Anniversary Conference of the Magna Carta, and was recently recognized at one of the 2015 American Express Top 100 Emerging Innovators under 35 globally. 

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