Have you ever spent a few minutes back floating in the pool, utterly relaxed, only to be disrupted by your pool mate swimming by? Perhaps you get the time alone but hate the smell and irritation of chlorine clinging to your skin all day. The solution to these inconveniences may be simpler than you thought. What originally started as a simple note on a Blackberry has transformed into Mark Anderson floating over 10,000 people for everything ranging from stress and pregnancy to sports recovery and PTSD in highly salinized, pristine water. Jack Russo asks St. Pete Salt Works Founder and CEO, Mark Anderson, how he bootstrapped a successful spa through the pandemic.
Kishau Rogers is the founder and CEO of Time Study, a software that brings time Intelligence for healthcare to address turnover, burnout, and organizational efficiency. Here's what you're going to learn from Kishau Rogers: How to the master sales process How not break the awkwardness in selling How to grow over 3x in revenue How to grow 70% in just 12 months Get Sh!t Done & Grow Your Business Daily: Join the Tribe HERE Get Free Traction Resources: Access our Traction Library HERE
Jim is joined by Yonathan for the monthly update on the $3M Challenge, insight on getting 1M TikTok Views, and an overview of some of the best Marketing Stunts in recent history.TOPICS DISCUSSED IN TODAY'S EPISODE One day design hitting 100k The three customer personas: David Halpern Informed customer Afflicted Oblivious customer Getting a million views on Tik Tok Brands that are killing it Marketing Stunts Is Jim too nice? Resources: Derek Halpern Video Our TikTok Video with 1M Views Jim Huffman website Jim's Twitter GrowthHit The Growth Marketer's Playbook Additional episodes you might enjoy:Startup Ideas by Paul Graham (#45)Nathan Barry: How to Bootstrap a Company to $30M in a Crowded Market (#41)How I Met My Biz Partner and Less Learned Hitting $2M ARR (#44)Ryan Hamilton on his Netflix special, touring with Jerry Seinfeld, & how to write a joke (#10)How We're Validating Startup Ideas (#51)
(Riverton, WY) - The Bootstrap Collaborative is a joint effort between Central Wyoming College, MakerSpace 307, County 10 and the Wind River Development Fund. Its intention is to help new and existing businesses and entrepreneurs succeed and prosper while providing events and networking. Every month there is a lunch and learn, a networking event and then a workshop. Jennifer Marshall will be the speaker at the next event on November 17th. She will be speaking on Marketing 101. Along with her, she will have her digital marketing specialist, Carey Dod. They will help you through platforms, video marketing, press releases and more. This a free resource for entrepreneurs in Fremont County, find out more below. Marketing 101 WORKSHOPThursday, November 17, 5:30-7 pm 2255 Brunton Ct, Riverton Bootstrap Collaborative Website
This week, Jim has an amazing conversation with Micah Truman, CEO of Return Home, a company that is revolutionizing the funeral home industry with the creation of a new category of service called "terramation." Micah shares his amazing journey and what he's learned from entering the business as an outsider and finding value in the human interactions he has with his new clients. Micah has achieved great business success as he continues to ensure meaningful impact Return Home has on the planet and the people who live on it. TOPICS DISCUSSED IN TODAY'S EPISODE The background of an innovator Business as a method of improving the world The value of being an outsider The scary process of brining transparency Creating a new category The business advantage of intense ethics The value of human moments Being honest with your kids about financial literacy Resources: Return Home Return Home on TikTok Jim Huffman website Jim's Twitter GrowthHit The Growth Marketer's Playbook Additional episodes you might enjoy: Startup Ideas by Paul Graham (#45) Nathan Barry: How to Bootstrap a Company to $30M in a Crowded Market (#41) How I Met My Biz Partner and Less Learned Hitting $2M ARR (#44) Ryan Hamilton on his Netflix special, touring with Jerry Seinfeld, & how to write a joke (#10) How We're Validating Startup Ideas (#51)
In today's episode of How We Got There, I talk with Mike Getchis, who was the VP of Sales at Zenkraft. They were acquired by Brinng earlier this year and he is now Partner Solutions Engineer. Mike was at the helm of Zenkraft's sales organization which bootstrapped their way to a strategic exit but started his Salesforce journey with hands on keyboard. Zenkraft's top gtm strategies included working with SIs, Salesforce, and other ISVs. They found that their AppExchange listing was the starting point for the SI community, so focused on giving them partner-ready materials and a quick way to get them in touch with technical resources. The access to technical resources is an important component to any SI partner program that is often overlooked and mirrors my experience at Conga. Mike shares his experience participating in Salesforce Accelerate and how it improved their positioning and execution of aligning with SEs and AEs. Their SDO page is a high water mark for the ecosystem in terms of enabling the Salesforce SEs to demo their solution. And when they close a deal, they are intentional about a bottoms up strategy to share the win with their peers in a lean way. Zenkraft's app is horizontal so they have a challenge of focus which I hear from a lot of ISVs. In regards to their AppExchange listing, he speaks to the value from an Account Management perspective of knowing when customers refresh their sandbox and how Test Drive can help drive leads. His secret sauce to having over 300 5-star reviews? Asking them. After a successful implementation or great support experience, their whole team asks them to write a review. Here's a closer look at the episode: 1:00 About ZenKraft and How Mike joined the ecosystem 3:00 Salesforce hands on keyboard, what did that teach you about selling in the ecosystem? 4:00 What was the best go to market program that you created there? 9:10 How did you prioritize with a small team that was Bootstrap? 13:20 For folks that haven't gone through an accelerated program, what would you say to them as they consider applying for a future cohort? 15:44 The importance of the AppExchange 17:28 Tips on improving reviews on the AppExchange 18:42 Through your journey at Zenkraft, what are you most proud of? Resources: AppExchange Listing: https://appexchange.salesforce.com/appxListingDetail?listingId=a0N3A00000DvLFvUAN Website: https://www.bringg.com/ Mike's LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/mike-getchis-57075891/ Salesforce Accelerate: https://www.salesforce.com/campaign/accelerate/ Zenkraft's Demo Kit: https://zenkraft.com/demokit/retail This episode is brought to you by ISVapp. ISVapp is used by leading Salesforce ISVs and OEMs as the central toolbox to reduce churn, increase renewals, identify upsell potential, and close more deals. ISVapp is the only plug & play solution for the AppExchange AppAnalytics API and provides deep product insights. The set up is easy and takes less than 5 minutes. Visit isvapp.com to learn how you can take advantage of usage data in your app today.
Dawid Adach is the Co-founder of Material Design for Bootstrap (MDB), a free material design framework for web developers. He is an entrepreneur, a full-stack developer, and a member of the supervisory board at AI REV. Dawid was a founding member of the EO Poland chapter and served as President from 2021 to 2022. He has a master's degree in computer science from the Warsaw University of Technology. In this episode of the Smart Business Revolution Podcast, John Corcoran interviews Dawid Adach, the Co-founder of Material Design for Bootstrap, about his work supporting war refugees. Dawid explains how the EO Relief Fund in Poland was started, how EO members in Poland supported Ukrainian refugees, and his experience being an EO member.
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This week, we celebrate our 100th episode by sharing 12 of our favorite moments from the show over the past two years!TOPICS DISCUSSED IN TODAY'S EPISODE How ConvertKit Got to $30M ARR with No Funding #41 How Kreyol Essence Got on Shark Tank #24 Craig Swanson: How this CEO Funded His Bets in Startups #61 Ben Wilson on How to Take over the World - #43 How Patrick Dossett Became a Navy Seal & Founder through Pure Grit #49 How this Celebrity Chef Got his Big Break #64 The Power of Being Niche from a SaaS Owner #88 How a DTC brand did 7 figures in 12 Days #64 How Eric Jorgenson Got to Write a Book with Naval #36 How a Comedian Writes a Joke #10 How Being a Parent Gives a Founder Super Powers #95 The Nicest Thing Anyone Has Ever Done For you #2 Resources: Jim Huffman website Jim's Twitter GrowthHit The Growth Marketer's Playbook Additional episodes you might enjoy: Startup Ideas by Paul Graham (#45) Nathan Barry: How to Bootstrap a Company to $30M in a Crowded Market (#41) How I Met My Biz Partner and Less Learned Hitting $2M ARR (#44) Ryan Hamilton on his Netflix special, touring with Jerry Seinfeld, & how to write a joke (#10) How We're Validating Startup Ideas (#51)
Karen Danudjaja, the bootstrapping baddie that built Blume to $7.5 million in sales and 2000 stockists (including Wholefoods!) is on Female Founder World today! The idea for a better-for-you latte line came to Karen in 2017 while working in corporate real estate, having multiple coffee meetings each day and then getting the caffeine jitters. She started off working a full time nine-to-five and also running Blume at night. By the time Blume hit around $200,000 in sales, Karen went all in and quit her day job to grow the company. “I felt like there was enough proof of concept, like returning customer feedback from retailers, that I was ready to go all in.” At the beginning cafes were her biggest customer, with healthy spots adding Blume's superfood lattes to the menu. But when lockdowns hit, 85% of Blume's business was food service—and it all shut down over night. Karen quickly brushed up on digital marketing and pivoted the company to ecommerce. “I took a digital marketing course March-April 2020 and then launched our first themed bundle for our ecommerce store in mid-April.” After that, the business shifted to ecommerce-first during the height of the pandemic, before settling into a true omnichannel strategy that's split 50% wholesale and 50% ecommerce and includes distribution across 2000 cafes, grocery, lifestyle stores, as well as the itsblume.com website. When Karen needed to find a cost-effective way to scale sales without hiring a team, she came up with a smart solution: build a separate, password-gated Shopify store with minimum order sizes for cafes and independent retailers to place bulk orders. “We duplicated our regular Shopify store, adjusted pricing and added a login. We have flows set up for them the same way we do for our DTC customers, targeting abandoned carts and returning customer, but set up specific for the needs of a retailer.” When bigger retailers like Wholefoods and Nordstrom wanted to stock Blume, Karen then built out her sales team. During all of this growth, Karen continued to bootstrap, which meant carefully managing cash flow was key. Her tip to other bootstrapped brands is to push back on retailers' standard 90-day payment terms to make sure invoices are paid more quickly. “We were really firm from the beginning with retailers that we couldn't do net 90 [to get paid for orders]. Because we were bootstrapped and we didn't have access [to cash], I just literally had to say no.” This year, after ending 2021 with $7.5 million in sales, Blume raised its first round of money from investors, closing $2.5 million in five weeks. Feeling inspired? We have the exact pitch deck Karen used to raise $2.5 million in five weeks available for you to download in the Female Founder World community home. We've shared this resource as a first look at something exciting ✨new and shiny✨ Female Founder World is launching for our besties later this year. Enjoyed the conversation? Take a screenshot and tag us on your Instagram stories @femalefounderworld and @jasminegarnsworthy. (Thank you :)) -- Female Founder World is the place to meet your business besties online and IRL. Join our online community and get alerts about upcoming events in your city: www.femalefounderworld.norby.live -- Links and resources Explore Blume: itsblume.com Streak email CRM: www.streak.com 'Meet 100 People' by Pat Hedley Asana: Asana.com Rebuy Typeform Klaviyo
In this week's episode Greg and Patrick talk about the frequent gap between research questions and methods and ways to think about reengineering your variables, your parameters, or your entire model to help get what you want. Along the way they also mention: living in the dorms, Greek god sculpture rockets, not living in the dorms, Christmas tree timers, Def Leppard, Legos, Annie's flower shop, laser cannons, chin music, the tail wagging the dog, the Millennium Falcon, Greenday, stupid human tricks, Tony Robbins, Stuart Smalley, and Iron Man. Stay in contact with Quantitude! Twitter: @quantitudepod Web page: quantitudepod.org Merch: redbubble.com
(Riverton, WY)- Audie Cunningham and Brian Young join the County 10 Podcast to talk about a great workshop coming up this Thursday, October 20th. This workshop will be focused on what resources are out there for people to obtain grants, loans or find investors. In the podcast these two will give you a brief idea of what to expect for the upcoming workshop. Thanks to the Bootstrap Collaborative for having these Encore Events. All events are free. Registration is not required, but RSVP is appreciated, click here. LOCAL BUSINESS FUNDING WORKSHOPThursday, October 20, 5:30-7 pm2255 Brunton Ct, Riverton
The whole Transistor team got together for a retreat in Montréal. Jon, Justin, Helen, and Jason chat about the experience. Twitter: @buildyoursaas, @mijustin, @jonbuda, @jsonpearl, and @helenryles Leave a review/comment on Podchaser; it's like Reddit, but for podcasts. Email us: email@example.com Thanks to our monthly supporters: Jason Charnes Mitchell Davis from RecruitKit.com.au Marcel Fahle, wearebold.af Alex Payne Bill Condo Anton Zorin from ProdCamp.com Harris Kenny, Intro CRM podcast Oleg Kulyk Ethan Gunderson Ward Sandler, Memberspace Russell Brown, Photivo.com Noah Prail Colin Gray Austin Loveless Michael Sitver Paul Jarvis and Jack Ellis, Fathom Dan Buda Darby Frey Adam DuVander Dave Giunta (JOOnta) Kyle Fox GetRewardful.com Check out Simon and Volkan's new bootstrappers podcast: https://shipsaasfaster.com/ Want to start a podcast on Transistor? Justin has a special coupon for you: get 15% off your first year of hosting: transistor.fm/justin ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
Yonathan returns for the monthly update on the $3M Challenge and also shares his secret to making the perfect activation offer.TOPICS DISCUSSED IN TODAY'S EPISODE Handsome Chaos struggles One Day Design successes The Perfect Activation Offer Fast > Cheap Optimized retention strategy for product business The JSX model Resources: Jim Huffman website Jim's Twitter GrowthHit The Growth Marketer's Playbook Additional episodes you might enjoy: Startup Ideas by Paul Graham (#45) Nathan Barry: How to Bootstrap a Company to $30M in a Crowded Market (#41) How I Met My Biz Partner and Less Learned Hitting $2M ARR (#44) Ryan Hamilton on his Netflix special, touring with Jerry Seinfeld, & how to write a joke (#10) How We're Validating Startup Ideas (#51)
Greg P, I've seen him called a lot of times. He is a Canadian Armed Forces Warrant officer. And he's an award winning digital marketer. He bootstrapped a seven figure agency and seven figure E-comm brand, and Enlisted2Entrepreneur.com. Screw The Commute Podcast Show Notes Episode 659 How To Automate Your Business - https://screwthecommute.com/automatefree/ Internet Marketing Training Center - https://imtcva.org/ Higher Education Webinar – https://screwthecommute.com/webinars See Tom's Stuff – https://linktr.ee/antionandassociates 01:22 Tom's introduction to Greg Potapenko 07:06 Working in a gold mine 08:34 Transitioning to start a business 12:47 Being a competitive shooter 15:58 Creating H-Hour Marketing 27:39 Mistakes new entrepreneurs are making 30:33 Sponsor message 32:40 A typical day for Greg Entrepreneurial Resources Mentioned in This Podcast Higher Education Webinar - https://screwthecommute.com/webinars Screw The Commute - https://screwthecommute.com/ Screw The Commute Podcast App - https://screwthecommute.com/app/ College Ripoff Quiz - https://imtcva.org/quiz Know a young person for our Youth Episode Series? Send an email to Tom! - firstname.lastname@example.org Have a Roku box? Find Tom's Public Speaking Channel there! - https://channelstore.roku.com/details/267358/the-public-speaking-channel How To Automate Your Business - https://screwthecommute.com/automatefree/ Internet Marketing Retreat and Joint Venture Program - https://greatinternetmarketingtraining.com/ KickStartCart - http://www.kickstartcart.com/ Copywriting901 - https://copywriting901.com/ Disabilities Page - https://imtcva.org/disabilities/ Tom's Patreon Page - https://screwthecommute.com/patreon/ Greg's website - http://h-hour.agency/ Enlisted 2 Entrepreneur - http://enlisted2entrepreneur.com LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/gpotapenko/ Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/hhour48/ Email Tom: Tom@ScrewTheCommute.com Internet Marketing Training Center - https://imtcva.org/ Related Episodes Robert Kerbeck - https://screwthecommute.com/658/ More Entrepreneurial Resources for Home Based Business, Lifestyle Business, Passive Income, Professional Speaking and Online Business I discovered a great new headline / subject line / subheading generator that will actually analyze which headlines and subject lines are best for your market. I negotiated a deal with the developer of this revolutionary and inexpensive software. Oh, and it's good on Mac and PC. Go here: http://jvz1.com/c/41743/183906 The Wordpress Ecourse. Learn how to Make World Class Websites for $20 or less. https://screwthecommute.com/wordpressecourse/ Join our Private Facebook Group! One week trial for only a buck and then $37 a month, or save a ton with one payment of $297 for a year. Click the image to see all the details and sign up or go to https://www.greatinternetmarketing.com/screwthecommute/ After you sign up, check your email for instructions on getting in the group.
In dieser Folge geht es diesmal nicht, wie sonst üblich, um den typischen sozialen oder ökologischen Impact, sondern eher um das Miteinander – das Menschliche. Mitnehmen könnt ihr auch aus dieser Episode wieder einiges. Digitalisierung + Miteinander = Match Mit der Technik und Digitalisierung geht das Persönliche und Miteinander verloren. So oft viele klagende Stimmen in Deutschland und der Welt. In vielen Bereichen mag das durchaus stimmen, wenn man nicht die “Extra Meile” geht. Aber da stellt sich die Frage: Was möchte man erreichen, hinterlassen und auslösen? Die Antwort auf diese Fragen bildet für ein Unternehmen den Grundstein für die Werte und Prinzipien. Diese Fragen kann man analytisch und zahlengetrieben sehen – oder aber auch mit dem Herzen. Für Georg persönlich ist das Herz und die Emotion, die Tamara und Lea ausstrahlen, was sie im Online-Shop kommunizieren und vor allem die „Extra Meile“, die sie durch ihren persönlichen Einsatz gehen, viel wichtiger als die reinen Zahlen. Das Sparschwein schlachten Auch eine großartige Frage: Wie beginnt Erfolg? Das ist unterschiedlich – im Falle von Bringsl ist das Zauberwort: Bootstrap. Bootstrapping kennt man eigentlich aus dem Programmieren, doch auch im Gründungsumfeld ist es ein gängiger Begriff. Hier bedeutet Bootstrapping als Low-Budget Weg der Startup-Finanzierung. Das heißt, alles wurde aus eigenen Mitteln realisiert und selbst bezahlt. Oder anders: Bootstrapping ist eine Finanzierungsform der Existenzgründung, bei der auf eine externe Finanzierung verzichtet wird. Auch wenn man generell Online-Shops mit Bootstrap aufbauen kann, bei Bringsl ist das etwas Besonderes gewesen. Denn Bringsl ist kein typischer Online-Shop. Tamara Amalia und Lea Woltiri geben hier einen tollen Einblick in ihr Startup und wie sie zu Ihren Entscheidungen gekommen sind. Das Ding mit der Sichtbarkeit Was Bringsl klar macht: Einen nicht offensichtlichen Weg zu gehen und Brücken zu bauen, macht Bootstrap schwierig.er. Wenn man dann etwas macht, was kaum erwartet und eben noch nicht gesucht wird, stellt sich die Frage: Wie werde ich eigentlich sichtbar? Das eigentliche Ziel deines Startups wird nicht immer das sein, was du am Anfang kommunizieren wirst – alleine schon, weil sich dein Startup weiter entwickeln wird. Georg hat das bei Bringsl sehr gut analysiert. Am Anfang hätte Georg Bringsl den Slogan „Gönne dir was!” verpasst. Das hatte auch gepasst. Mit der Zeit haben Tamara Amalia und Lea Woltiri und ihr Team haben schnell gemerkt, dass die Kund*innen aber auch Anderen etwas Gutes tun und die im Shop gekauften Dinge verschenken wollen. Daher kommt bei Georg nun eher folgendes an: „Gönne dir etwas, indem du jemand anderes etwas gönnst.“ Gut, oder? Wer kauft was wann? Wahrscheinlich eine der Königsfragen bei Online-Shop-Besitzer*innen. Der Shop und die Kunden geben genug Daten her, um das analysieren zu können. Man kann zum Beispiel auch sehen, wenn Käufer und Empfänger unterschiedlich sind. So kann man das Produkt, die Dienstleistung, das Marketing oder auch den Online-Shop entsprechend anpassen. Unternehmertum – Nur die Harten kommen in den Garten Wenn du dich schon ein bisschen mit der Gründungsszene in Deutschland beschäftigst, wirst du folgenden Punkt schon kennen: Unternehmertum wird in Deutschland oft als hartes Geschäft gesehen. Georg, sozialdemokratisch aufgewachsen, kennt diesen Umstand ebenfalls. Versuchen wir nochmal einen Sichtwechsel: Als Unternehmer*in schaut man auf das Unternehmertum nämlich etwas anders. Man merkt, dass eine persönliche, offene und herzliche Beziehung wichtig ist. So kommen nicht nur die “Harten in den Garten”. Denn Offenheit und Herzlichkeit sind Türöffner, so haben sich auch Tamara und Lea gefunden. Oder anders: Das, was du machst, kommt auch zu dir. Über Bringsl Bringsl ist der erste persönliche Online-Shop mit Fahrrad-Lieferservice für süße, herzhafte und außergewöhnliche Mitbringsl – liebevoll hergestellt in kleinen Manufakturen in und um Köln herum. Bringsl unterstützt Manufakturen, die sich für die Umwelt und soziale Projekte engagieren. Fair, umweltschonend, natürliche Zutaten, regional produziert (soweit es geht) und Unterstützung sozialer Projekte. Das zeichnet Bringsl aus.
In this season finale, Nik and Moiz serve up some spicy takes on why Figma isn't the democratic design tool it claims to be and so much more. Join the pair as they get into Adobe's acquisition of Figma, why Shopify's Harley Finkelstein made them question everything they knew, and why today is the ideal time to quit your day job and start an ecommerce business. And if you're looking to create an app for your brand, you need Tapcart. Using a drag and drop builder makes it super easy and you can be up running in days, rather than weeks. You'll start seeing crazy high conversion rates and a push notification CTR that's 7 X higher than email. Check out http://www.tapcart.com (www.tapcart.com) today. Check out the Nik's DTC newsletter: https://bit.ly/3mOUJMJ (https://bit.ly/3mOUJMJ) Follow Nik: Twitter: https://twitter.com/mrsharma (twitter.com/mrsharma) Follow Moiz: Twitter: https://twitter.com/moizali (twitter.com/moizali) Nik and Moiz are Workweek friends, working together to produce amazing podcasts. Find out more, visit: http://www.workweek.com/ (www.workweek.com)
This week Jim is joined by the Jenny Fielding, a general partner at The Fund with an incredible amount of experience in startup acceleration and venture capital. Jenny shares her amazing journey and gets into the nitty gritty of being a successful VC and how to attract funding as a startup. TOPICS DISCUSSED IN TODAY'S EPISODEThe journey to VCThe advantage law school gives in businessStarting a corporate accelerator in EuropePros and cons to startup studiosHow do you define gritGenesis of The FundTips to getting VC attentionFundraising in a cold marketThe upside of a market resetTips for teaching Resources: Jim Huffman websiteJim's TwitterGrowthHitThe Growth Marketer's Playbook Additional episodes you might enjoy:Startup Ideas by Paul Graham (#45)Nathan Barry: How to Bootstrap a Company to $30M in a Crowded Market (#41)How I Met My Biz Partner and Less Learned Hitting $2M ARR (#44)Ryan Hamilton on his Netflix special, touring with Jerry Seinfeld, & how to write a joke (#10)How We're Validating Startup Ideas (#51)
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Creating, building, and running a startup is very very, very hard work. And, trying to bootstrap it along the way than depend on investor funds is much harder. Is it worth the pain, time will tell. But, what's involved in bootstrapping your way to success? Let's tune in and find out! _____________________________________________________ Rajeev Mudumba's Website: www.planb.live Plan B Success Podcast: Available on your favorite platform including iTunes @ https://apple.co/2JCSysL?ls=1 or www.planbsuccess.live or www.planb.live https://www.planbsuccessschool.thinkific.com - You can be a successful Entrepreneur and can do a LOT with your very own podcast. Follow Rajeev's FREE training & you'll discover How to ideate, create, launch, monetize and grow your podcast in just a couple of hours! Rajeev's Book - My Inspiration: Quotes that shaped my self-improvement journey - Available on Amazon Worldwide on your local Amazon site or @https://amzn.to/2JG1DRL Plan B Success YouTube Channel: http://bit.ly/2YegieF Medium Articles: https://rajeevmudumba.medium.com LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/rajeevmud... Facebook Plan B Success Page: https://www.facebook.com/planbsuccess... Facebook My Inspiration Book Page: https://www.facebook.com/myinspiratio... Instagram: @hifromraj1
Sign up for our brand new 14-day Credit Hero Challenge.Hey credit heroes!Today's episode is a little bit different from usual.That's because over the weekend, I was lucky enough to have attended Funnel Hacking Live!For those of you who don't know, this is an event held by Russell Brunson and Clickfunnels, where we have learned most of our marketing secrets to be able to grow Credit Repair Cloud to the scale it is at now!And when I was there, I was awarded as the Bootstrapped Entrepreneur of the Year! This meant a whole lot to me personally, and in today's episode… I'm going to explain why.After receiving the award, I was invited onto the stage to tell my story with the audience… and in today's episode… I'm going to share it with you.So make sure to check it out!Key Takeaways:Intro (00:00)My award acceptance speech (07:23)How I got started in credit repair (13:22)How I grew CRC (16:59)How this was all possible (20:27)My two pieces of advice for entrepreneurs (24:51)Additional Resources:- Get a free trial to Credit Repair Cloud- Get my free credit repair training Make sure to subscribe so you stay up to date with our latest episodes
This week, Jim chats with Nick Lange, CEO of Everpost. Nick shares his journey from making wedding videos to pay his way through college to eventually working with the largest brands in the world. TOPICS DISCUSSED IN TODAY'S EPISODE Starting a media career Finding your own path in business Working for free to establish a portfolio Rolling thunder approach Tips for cold emails How to attract agencies for a production company Pivoting from custom projects to productized service Deep dive into a video production service Tips for good video content Resources: Everpost Eggs Tyrone Jim Huffman website Jim's Twitter GrowthHit The Growth Marketer's Playbook Additional episodes you might enjoy: Startup Ideas by Paul Graham (#45) Nathan Barry: How to Bootstrap a Company to $30M in a Crowded Market (#41) How I Met My Biz Partner and Less Learned Hitting $2M ARR (#44) Ryan Hamilton on his Netflix special, touring with Jerry Seinfeld, & how to write a joke (#10) How We're Validating Startup Ideas (#51)
Scott Millard (@scottcmillard) fell in love with shooting, editing, and producing videos at age 13. While working in marketing at tech start ups over the last few years, Scott was shocked by how few SasS companies had good product explainer videos. Most of the videos he encountered were either produced via Fiverr or cost tens of thousands of dollars. Scott believed the market would appreciate a middle-of-the-road option — so, he left his day job and founded Videospark. Tune in to hear the story of how Scott scaled Videospark to nearly $10k in MRR in just a few short months. About the Show Zero to (point) One is hosted by yours truly, Zach Busekrus (@zboozee). I'm an entrepreneur in residence at a marketing firm by day and building my own start up Sponstayneous by night. Sponstayneous brings subscribers the best last-minute deals and upcoming steals on Airbnb. My wife and I co-founded the company while living full-time on Airbnb last year. There's a lot of podcasts out there that feature entrepreneurs: once they've gone public once they've had an exit or even once they've made their first million. But not as many that feature the first-time Product Hunt launchers, the Indie Hacker that has yet to go viral on Twitter, or the micro influencer who wants to build their first niche product. And there's where this show comes in. Zero to (point) One features a collection of ideas that may go nowhere, or just might change the world, from people you've never heard of, who may just become household names. A nod to tech founder Peter Thiel's Zero to One framework, Zero to (point) One explores the beginnings of (very) early-stage creators and entrepreneurs whose first chapters are still being written. Each guest featured on the show has MRR of $500 - $10k (no more and no less) or has 10k - 100k followers on Instagram, TikTok, or Twitter. Come and meet the next generation of builders wherever you get your podcasts every Friday morning. If you'd like to be on the show or if you know someone who might be a good fit for the show, send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org or DM me on Twitter @zboozee. Finally, be sure to subscribe — who knows? You may just meet your future co-founder, your next great investment, or the next Steve or Elon right here.
Season 4 of The Bootstrappers Podcast is coming soon! To celebrate Season 3, this episode is all about YOUR favorite moments from the Bootstrappers Podcast! In this episode enjoy moments from some of the highest listened to episodes, including: Improving Your Bottom Line With Emotional Intelligence Lessons From Failure Managing Explosive Growth Ft. Michael Krause What Makes Your Company Grow or Stagnate? How to Stay Focused as an Entrepreneur Bootstrappers (and our upcoming Season 4) is powered by Anequim! Learn how Anequim can help you scale your business fast by retaining the most talented remote workforce to support your domestic team at www.anequim.net!
Don Skaggs founded the manufacturer US Biotex Corporation, which he started on a farm back in 1991 and grew to over 150 products in production over 22 years before being bought out. Don has also been the President of the Inventors Network Kentucky for nearly 20 years now. Today Don is going to share some valuable knowledge on how inventors, startups, and small manufacturers can start their own manufacturing facility locally for their invention idea, then how to grow and scale, and what benefits there are for taking this production path. Today you will hear us talk about: See if customers would buy samples, and learn from them. Bootstrap to find out what works. Start with a small batch so that you can test the market. It's easier to manufacture locally than you think, just start with a basic part of the manufacturing process. Design using as many Original Equipment Manufactured parts as possible. As you scale production, there are a number of benefits from running your own manufacturing operation. Your own manufacturing gives you a lot of solutions. Find an innovation where it's common in one industry, but not discovered in another. Stay close to R&D and close to marketing and sales, so that you can put the two together. Time, money, and wisdom. Learn from your mistakes, and from your customers. When you're small, you can connect marketing, sales, R&D, and production. Find the intersection of what you are passionate about, and what you are good at. EPISODE LINKS Don Skaggs / KY Inventors Network Links: Website: https://www.kyinventors.org/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/donskaggs/details/experience/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/EmpoweredInventing The Product Startup Podcast Links: Website: https://www.ProductStartup.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ProductStartup/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/ProductStartup/ Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/ProductStartup/ Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/ProductStartup/ Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/ProductStartup/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/ProductStartup YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/MakoInvent Mako Design Links: Website: https://www.makodesign.com/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/MakoInvent Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/MakoInvent/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/MakoDesign/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MakoInvent/ Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/MakoInvent/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/MakoInvent/ Kevin Mako Links: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/Entrepreneurs/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/KevMako/ Quora: https://www.quora.com/profile/Kevin-Mako Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/KevMakoPage/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/KevMako/ About: MAKO Design + Invent is the original firm providing world-class consumer product development services tailored to startups, small manufacturers, and inventors. Simply put, we are the leading one-stop-shop for developing your physical product from idea to store shelves, all in a high-quality, cost-effective, and timely manner. We operate as one powerhouse 30-person product design team spread across 4 offices to serve you (Austin, Miami, San Francisco, & Toronto). We have full-stack in-house industrial design, mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, patent referral, prototyping, and manufacturing services. To assist our startup and inventor clients, in addition to above, we help with business strategy, product strategy, marketing, and sales/distribution for all consumer product categories. Also, our founder Kevin Mako hosts The Product Startup Podcast, the industry's leading hardware podcast. Check it out for tips, interviews, and best practices for hardware startups, inventors, and product developers. Click HERE to learn more about Mako Design + Invent!
Jim is joined by his good friend and EO forum mate, Adam Weiler. Adam shares some amazing insights from successes and mistakes he's made during his time as an agency and SaaS owner. TOPICS DISCUSSED IN TODAY'S EPISODE Micro Conf takeaways Shooting your shot Starting an agency from scratch The power of making mistakes Finding and convincing the key person Merging experience with existing culture Agency >> SAAS Productivity hack (kids) Resources: Adam Weiler on Twitter Sunken Stone Jim Huffman website Jim's Twitter GrowthHit The Growth Marketer's Playbook Additional episodes you might enjoy: Startup Ideas by Paul Graham (#45) Nathan Barry: How to Bootstrap a Company to $30M in a Crowded Market (#41) How I Met My Biz Partner and Less Learned Hitting $2M ARR (#44) Ryan Hamilton on his Netflix special, touring with Jerry Seinfeld, & how to write a joke (#10) How We're Validating Startup Ideas (#51)
[00:00:15] What is this cursed idea thing Andrew did with Storybook?[00:05:31] Andrew mentioned using MDX format and he tells us what it is, Chris brings up the PHP days and components, and Andrew talks about architecture. [00:10:51] Being a visual person, Andrew explains another thing he really likes about Storybook.[00:17:29] Jason talks about finding his Zen using Tailwind in a project. [00:20:25] Chis wonders if Jason runs into issues with having to undo some of the stuff, and Jason explains how he's been using more CSS and a problem he ran into. [00:24:02] CSS Variables are discussed and why they're awesome, and Andrew tells us about the fallback for CSS Variables. [00:24:37] There's a discussion about using JIT and PurgeCSS, an amazing tool. [00:27:41] Chris tells us about using a template from Bootstrap for the Rails Hackathon homepage.[00:30:17] The guys discuss using React Components, Bootstrap, and using Tailwind over Bootstrap. [00:33:57] Jason talks about Inertia, which is a library for Laravel and Rails. [00:34:37] Find out what Jason is doing with View Components and Job Boardly, that he hopes will get Andrew's acceptance.[00:36:29] Andrew explains why he's obsessed with component architecture, and Chris tells us about his first real serious project he did with the Python recreation of the apt package manager. [00:38:55] Chris announces Tender Love (a.k.a. Aaron Patterson) mentioned he's going to cut a new release of Rails, and he talks about Rails Hackathon coming up.Panelists:Jason CharnesChris OliverAndrew MasonSponsor:HoneybadgerLinks:Jason Charnes TwitterChris Oliver TwitterAndrew Mason Twitter10 Best Tech Podcasts in 2022 (as Chosen by the Rails Community)-Planet ArgonRemote Ruby Podcast-Episode 165: GitHub Codespaces & Docker with Benjamin Wood (Recommended episode from Planet Argon)StorybookMDXPurgeCSSBootstrapRails HackathonRemote Ruby Podcast-Episode 139: Learning in Public, Alpine & InertiaRemote Ruby Podcast-Episode 66: Joined by Jonathan Reinink, Creator of Inertia.jsAaron Patterson TwitterRuby Radar NewsletterRuby Radar Twitter
ABOUT THE GUESTMy next guest founded, scaled and sold his landscaping business, Peachtree Inc for an incredible 10 million dollars. As a serial entrepreneur he then decided not to sit back and relax but to apply his business acumen and drive, to co-found a new online business to help unite homeowner and lawnmowing service providers, through an app called GreenPal.Today I am delighted to introduce you to Bryan Clayton from Tennessee, to learn how he bootstrapped and scaled his first business and then pivoted to learn new skills and achieved further success by going online.Website:https://www.yourgreenpal.com/Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/greenpallawncare/Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/yourgreenpal/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bryanmclayton/LinkedIn:https://www.linkedin.com/in/bryan-clayton-a96b33214/Pinterest:https://za.pinterest.com/yourgreenpal/_created/Twitter:https://twitter.com/YourGreenPalABOUT THE HOSTMy name is Dave Barr.I have been working as a Purchasing Manager for well over 20 years and have had the joy of working in various manufacturing industries throughout this time.I have signed contracts for many millions of pounds Sterling over these years across a range of products and services with business from Asia to the USA and Europe.I am passionate about self development, business improvement, saving money, buying quality goods and services, developing positive and effective working relationships with suppliers and colleagues and driving improvement through out the supply chain.Now I wish to share this knowledge and that of highly skilled and competent people with you, the listener, in order that you may hopefully benefit from this information.CONTACT ME, The Real Life Buyer @Email: email@example.comWebsite: https://linktr.ee/thereallifebuyerIf you are a Purchasing, Supply Chain or Logistics professional why not apply to my private Facebook Group ? Just look for the "Purchasing and Supply Chain Community Hub".Find and Follow me @reallifebuyer on Facebook, Instagram and TwitterDisclaimerThe views, information, or opinions expressed during this podcast are those solely of the host and guest(s) involved and do not reflect the views of any other individual or company. This podcast does not constitute professional advice or services. We do not make any warranties about the completeness, reliability and accuracy of this information. Any action you take upon the information is strictly at your own risk and we will not be liable for any losses or damages in connection with any information provided.
Jim is joined by 4 impressive thought leaders in the productized services space to really break down and demystify this lucrative business sector. Members of the roundtable include John Doherty, CEO of Editor Ninja: Sam Shepler, CEO of Testimonial Hero: Karl L Hughes, CEO of Draft Dev: and Joel Klettke, CEO of CaseStudyBuddy. TOPICS DISCUSSED IN TODAY'S EPISODE What is a productized service How far should you niche downWait, how do you pronounce niche? How do determine when to expand the niche How to price services out Should you be flexible with your service? Training sales teams How to get business / lead generation Resources: John Doherty, CEO of Editor Ninja Sam Shepler, CEO of Testimonial Hero Karl L Hughes, CEO of Draft Dev Joel Klettke, CEO of Case Study Buddy Jim Huffman website Jim's Twitter GrowthHit The Growth Marketer's Playbook Additional episodes you might enjoy: Startup Ideas by Paul Graham (#45) Nathan Barry: How to Bootstrap a Company to $30M in a Crowded Market (#41) How I Met My Biz Partner and Less Learned Hitting $2M ARR (#44) Ryan Hamilton on his Netflix special, touring with Jerry Seinfeld, & how to write a joke (#10) How We're Validating Startup Ideas (#51)
You know how sometimes you're just sitting there, like, "I want to start a business, but I have no idea where to start." Well, this week on the Chasing Financial Freedom Podcast, we have special guests, John and Mark Cronin. Mark X. Cronin is the co-founder, along with his son John, of John's Crazy Socks, a social enterprise with a mission to spread happiness. His leadership has demonstrated that pursuing social goals—demonstrating what people with differing abilities can achieve and giving back—makes for good business. Looking to Share Your Story? Be a Guest on the ShowSupport the show
Yonathan joins Jim to talk about startup growing pains, Jim shares and amazing encounter with a grungy but expert salesman, and they endeavor to find the perfect ad.TOPICS DISCUSSED IN TODAY'S EPISODE Growing pains Visualizing the finish line Maker's schedule vs manager schedule Leaning on frameworks Getting honest feedback Damn Good Marketing Niche Freelancing Trend of small business acquisition The perfect sales pitch The perfect Ad Resources: Jim Huffman website Jim's Twitter GrowthHit The Growth Marketer's Playbook One Day Design Additional episodes you might enjoy: Startup Ideas by Paul Graham (#45) Nathan Barry: How to Bootstrap a Company to $30M in a Crowded Market (#41) How I Met My Biz Partner and Less Learned Hitting $2M ARR (#44) Ryan Hamilton on his Netflix special, touring with Jerry Seinfeld, & how to write a joke (#10) How We're Validating Startup Ideas (#51)
In today's episode, Abby Schlatter joins us, who is the CEO and co-founder of Bozeman based commonFont. CommonFont is a tech company that partners with the world's top companies to establish, evolve and optimize experience management solutions.Here's a closer look at the episode:Abby's start in Central Illinois, Harvard, Stanford Business School, Google, UNICEFThe decision to come to BozemanLife in Bozeman in 2013Starting to hire and grow the teamThe name commonFont and how it relates to the company missionExperience Management TechnologyHaving too many tools that don't work well togetherOpening an office in Rhode IslandWho we choose to hire - commitment, heart, and gritHow commonFont culture has been builtCommunity Involvement - support of HRDCChallenges and overcoming themThoughts on achieving successPushing through tough timesThe “winning mindset” - rigor, discipline, and accountabilitycommonFont Confluence eventResources:Website: https://www.commonfont.com/ Abby Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/abbyschlatter/ commonFont LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/commonfont/ commonFont Twitter: https://twitter.com/commonFont commonFont Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/commonFont/
Awesome chat with Angela Lee (37 Angels, Columbia Business School) about angel investing. We talk through what angels are looking for, who should try to raise from them, what'll happen if they do, and what the other options are.Then, we spend the last 15 minutes starting a $100mm Taco company. Angela walks through the process goals and financial milestones she'd want to hit in a fascinating startup exercise. Angela Lee37 AngelsShould you Bootstrap or Raise VC?Tacklebox
This week, Jim is featured on the Do You Even Hustle? podcast. Jim shares how he launched 3 companies with the goal of getting them to $1 million each, and the lessons he has learnt along the way!TOPICS DISCUSSED IN TODAY'S EPISODE Strengths Weaknesses Importance of product in todays market Bootstrapping tactics The importance of a good hire Firing yourself Nitty gritty social growth tactics (facebook ads) Resources: Jim Huffman website Jim's Twitter GrowthHit The Growth Marketer's Playbook Additional episodes you might enjoy: Startup Ideas by Paul Graham (#45) Nathan Barry: How to Bootstrap a Company to $30M in a Crowded Market (#41) How I Met My Biz Partner and Less Learned Hitting $2M ARR (#44) Ryan Hamilton on his Netflix special, touring with Jerry Seinfeld, & how to write a joke (#10) How We're Validating Startup Ideas (#51)
TOPICS DISCUSSED IN TODAY'S EPISODE What is Mestiza Getting through the trough of sorrow Pushing through failures Going from wholesale to D2C Leveraging data to make informed decisions Iterating flagship product Tactics for growth in fashion The value of direct customer feedback How to sustain a business partnership Being a business owner with kids Resources: Mestiza Jim Huffman website Jim's Twitter GrowthHit The Growth Marketer's Playbook Additional episodes you might enjoy: Startup Ideas by Paul Graham (#45) Nathan Barry: How to Bootstrap a Company to $30M in a Crowded Market (#41) How I Met My Biz Partner and Less Learned Hitting $2M ARR (#44) Ryan Hamilton on his Netflix special, touring with Jerry Seinfeld, & how to write a joke (#10) How We're Validating Startup Ideas (#51)
In this episode of Zero to CEO, I speak to Founder & CEO of Dune Jewelry, Holly Daniels Christensen about how she went from a dropout to a multi-million dollar business. Do you dream about starting a business but you don't have a college degree or specific training? Don't dream, do it! The founder of Dune Jewelry left home at 15 years old, and never looked back. She held a variety of jobs with stints as a zookeeper, pharmacy technician, promotional model, bartender, cellphone, car and cruise salesperson. She also spent 14 successful years as a top agent in Boston's highly competitive real estate market. This unique entrepreneur who proved she was unafraid of hard work was voted 2016 Woman-Owned Business of the Year for Massachusetts and New England by the Small Business Association (SBA). In 2018, Inc. magazine honored Dune Jewelry as No. 2590 on its 37th annual Inc. 5000 List which is the most prestigious ranking of the nation's fastest-growing private companies. Currently, Dune Jewelry is the one-and-only experiential jewelry brand in the world. As a thank you to my listeners enter code Bootstrap for 15% off your order on dunejewelry.com
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I posted an infographic to the network last week about the importance of being effective over looking impressive. One of our members asked a great question, “How do I do that?” The truth is, both are necessary but we want the effectiveness of our product to drive how impressive people think we are. Today we'll dive deep into this concept and give you some tools you can use to become the most effective person in your industry. Join the Bootstrap-it Program https://go.bootstrapit.pro/organizations/i/dB6Fvxgzi4rIsBiHq6yjDzvDU4UR9JHXiK7gYtsTgq7PjaJNg1 Not a member of Our Community? Join for FREE iPhone https://apps.apple.com/app/id1582431658 Android https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=uk.co.disciplemedia.nomadnetwork Desktop https://my.nomadnetwork.app/ Sponsors The Better Outcomes Podcast https://www.gauchowoodandcraft.com/ - Mention The Jason Stapleton Program for 10% off your order.
I got a great questions from one of our Bootstrap-it students today and I wanted to share it (and my response) with you. We all question whether this journey is right for us or not. I've questioned it more than once. But the rewards so far outweigh the pains that the answer is always the same. Enjoy. :) Not a member of Our Community? Join for FREE iPhone https://apps.apple.com/app/id1582431658 Android https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=uk.co.disciplemedia.nomadnetwork Desktop https://my.nomadnetwork.app/
Today we're learning from Karen Danudjaja, the founder of Blume. Blume is what happens when you pair the benefits of the wellness aisle and the experience of a cafe. They've bootstrapped the company to 10M in sales making your favourite cafe lattes with the magic of superfoods from Vancouver Canada. We're talking through that first year of business and how she approached getting her first 1000 customers, bootstrapping the brand until now and her learnings from her first raise of $2m. And just a quick shout out to all the amazing humans listening into these episodes. I've been so happy and grateful recently about what we've been able to achieve together, all because you are tuning into these episodes and supporting the show. We've got a few exciting things in the works that I can't wait to share with you soon. Let's get into this episode, this is Karen for Female Startup Club. LINKS WE MENTION: Karen's Instagram Blume's Instagram Female Startup Club's Instagram Doone's Instagram Doone's TikTok To redeem 1 month free of Norby's Basic Plan use code "FSC" here: https://join.nor.by/ Learn more about Athletic Greens and get your FREE gift at Athleticgreens.com/STARTUP Learn more about Dymo at Dymo.com In partnership with Klaviyo, the best email marketing tool for eCommerce businesses Female Startup Club's YouTubeFemale Startup Club's Private Facebook Group Say hello to Doone: email@example.com Female Startup Club + Clearco: Clear.co/partner/female-star
Today we're going to have some fun by diving into one of my favorite subjects - human behavior. In this episode we'll discuss 4 simple mind-hacks you can use to nudge your customers into purchasing more, at higher prices. This is great if you own a business, starting one or just want to understand how you make buying decisions so you can be more aware of the psychological influences affecting you every day. Download the 4 Psychological Triggers PDFhttps://d2saw6je89goi1.cloudfront.net/uploads/digital_asset/file/1047980/4_Psychological_Triggesr.pdfJoin the Bootstrap-it Programhttps://go.bootstrapit.pro/organizations/i/dB6Fvxgzi4rIsBiHq6yjDzvDU4UR9JHXiK7gYtsTgq7PjaJNg1**Not a member of Our Community? Join for FREE**iPhonehttps://apps.apple.com/app/id1582431658Androidhttps://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=uk.co.disciplemedia.nomadnetworkDesktophttps://my.nomadnetwork.app/Sponsorshttps://www.gauchowoodandcraft.com/ - Mention The Jason Stapleton Program for 10% off your order.
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