Startup entrepreneurs have a million things to do and one limited time. There are so many things that they aren't skilled at but have to spend huge amounts of time trying to get done. With limited capital it is often so hard for startup entrepreneurs to spare any cash for other staff, freelancers or contractors.
University business students often require a certain amount of hours of interning to gain experience in their industry and also to pass their respective courses. Too often however they end up getting coffee and filing papers and leave underwelmed with no experience to help them gain a foot into the working world.
So two different problems with one simple solution.... Meet Lex Van Cooten co-founder of PickMee. I love how they have solved a problem with an awesome WIN-WIN situation and I am sure you will do. So check out this great episode packed full of content.
Dan is kicking goals. His company in the last four years has come on in leaps and bounds. A real estate lead magnet software in the United States even though he is based in the Australia. He talks to us about the mix between lifestyle design and business growth and creating a team that are location independent. Dan shares amazing tips on how to research any market you are thinking about starting a business in. If you have any plans to start a software company or grow and manage a team this is for you. Dig in and enjoy.
Kiran Patel has bucked the trend of school to university to a solid career. Kiran was an aspiring film student who with a chance meeting got thrown in the deep end and had two options sink or swim. Listen to his story how he became an public speaker, film extraordinaire and marketing 'guru' in the space of 30 minutes. That moment sparked a change in him that he could build his own reality. He shares with us his journey from that point on. He is now helping other young entrepreneurs find their journey and supercharge that passion by learning to count the stories not the numbers. This will give you not only the motivation to take action but some awesome insights into how to get started!
If you missed part 1 go back and check it out. Part one hopefully shifted your mindset for whats coming up but in all honesty its just the tip of the iceburg. In this episode we delve into 3d printers, further technological advances that are going to change the shape of business, how we live and how/if we work. Please leave a comment at www.passiveincomeyoung.com as I would love to know your thoughts.
Welcome to Part 1/2 of the Future of Business series. This is a bit different to the usual interview podcasts. Today I am sharing a combination of my thoughts, some resources and what I learnt atRroger Hamiltons Fast Forward Your Business Workshop . This is a must listen to for anyone it doesn’t matter if you are in a job, starting a business or fully up and running. This series explores the future of a lot of different industries and will open your eyes up to the possibilities as Youngpreneurs to develop with these fast changing trends and also the things we should be aware of when planning for the future as what may work now may not exist in 5-10 years.
From a radio host to marriage celebrant to pop-up weddings . Learn how Josh Withers began his career as a Radio Host until one day he quit to start postioning himself in the wedding industry as a marriage celebrant and now with his wife run pop up weddings. This is an awesome episode where you can learn how to connect people in your industry and profit from it, how to do things differently to create your own opportunites and the power of free media growth!
Adrian Cahill is a human behavioral specialist, a traveller to over 70 countries, an investor and so much more. Adrian has already achieved so much but it hasn't always been sweet sailing. Join us for an awesome interview into how to supercharge you entrepreneurial journey by improving your thinking.
Ever wondered what it takes to have your own fashion label? Meet Sam a top designer who is now going out on his own. He takes us past the designs to what it really takes to get a startup fashion brand off the ground!
Meet Jarrod Robinson founder of thepegeek.com. In this episode you will learn Jarrod has been able to become an expert in his industry, speak in over 30 countries and create 60+ applications that generate a very nice passive income.... all while still working as a PE teacher!
Mark Major is a Wellington based app devoloper turned entrepreneur. He has successfully launched an app with no marketing budget (but some priceless hacks) to become #1 in multiple countries and allow him to transition out of his day job to create his ideal life. This all sounds inspiring until you hear the story that lead to his journey. Trust me it will leave you speechless!