Neel recently moved a lot of stuff into Notion. One of those things was an ongoing list he keeps of business ideas. In this episode he shares a few of them and why he thinks they might be good bets, including: — Drone window cleaning — Full service mancave setup — Snowbird homewatch services — Hoarder/crime scene/meth house cleanup (seriously!) Believe it or not, there's even a real estate play in those hoarder/meth home examples.
Subscribe & watch on YouTube:https://youtu.be/4PWqRILYz8U Timestamps: (00:00:00) - Intro (00:00:07) - Start Of Interview (00:01:25) - Who Is Danny Postma (00:04:04) - Slowmad Lifestyle (00:06:54) - Early Indie Hacking (00:15:21) - What Is GPT-3? (00:18:18) - Training AI (00:24:07) - First-Hand Experience (00:25:36) - Use Cases (00:28:41) - Should we learn to code to play with AI? (00:34:19) - Jasper and copy.ai (00:38:07) - What Is Open AI? (00:40:05) - Sponsor Break: Shopify (00:41:39) - Sponsor Break: Justworks (00:42:45) - Will AI Take Over The World? (00:45:08) - How AI will replace people (00:46:34) - Learning To Code (00:50:39) - Use Cases and Generating Ideas (00:54:52) - What Happened After Danny Sold Headlime? (00:57:28) - AI Business Ideas (01:04:55) - Personalized Podcasts (01:10:23) - End LINKS MENTIONED: https://twitter.com/dannypostmaa https://www.profilepicture.ai/ https://www.stockai.com/ https://www.landingfolio.com/ Thank you to our sponsors: Shopify: trusted by millions of entrepreneurs to create their online store and more - signup for a free trial at shopify.com/creatorlab Justworks: makes it simple to hire and manage remote employees across all 50 states; visit JustWorks.com
After several lackluster experiences working for door-to-door businesses and solar companies, Kota Ivers did what entrepreneurs do: built his own company. But he didn't want to build any old solar company; he wanted to build the best one possible — one that delivered exceptional experiences to both customers and representatives. After cutting their teeth with a successful solar coaching company, Kota and his partners decided to start a new solar sales company, and GR8FL Solar was born. Kota Ivers is a 28 year old solar sales pro, master recruiter & CEO of GR8FL Solar. He has personally recruited over 600 people through social media, personally closed over 15 million dollars in sales, as well as built and still runs multiple profitable companies. Kota has helped hundreds of people level up in sales, recruiting and developing stronger daily habits to succeed in a big way.
1 episode had 911% more downloads than any others! Top 10% creator, shared, and followed! 97% of listeners were new this year! Checkout my 2022 Spotify stats for the podcast - and all the reactions and reasonings for why I think they happened.I find this stuff super interesting to see for others podcasts. It's cool to see everyone winning! Hope you enjoy peeking behind the curtain of the podcast and seeing all the statistics today - and if you're one of those 45 top listeners please message me on IG haha. This podcast is about starting your next side hustle - and this is giving you the ideas + the how. Maybe some inspiration and entertainment too. So hopefully it did that today
Top Growing Business Ideas for 2023 With so many uncertainties about how the next couple of years will play out. There is one thing I can guarantee for you business owners. If you do not bring your A-game, your business will be buried. This next year specifically will weed out the business owners who are doing the bare minimum for their clients. On the other hand, if you are a business owner who strives for greatness and goes above and beyond for your customers, you will see rapid growth. Think about it, if 40-50% of businesses start to close their doors, their clients will need to find new places to do business. And you as a great business owner will have an incredible opportunity to scoop up all these new customers. The good news is, in this show Chris goes over three ways you can see incredible growth in your life and business going into 2023. Get your Dominate Your Day Book https://chriswarnes.com/book/
In this impromptu live episode, Doug and Ryan recap the successes of the BGST Podcast and share the secret sauce that makes it all come together: our VAs. Join us and learn how buy back and leverage your time so you can open yourself up from doing the $5/hr tasks to the $500/hr tasks.
Ryan Rodney, a 35-year-old entrepreneur, has built the ultimate “man-cave.” His company, Riverbound Custom Storage and RV Park provides hundreds of units for those seeking a place to store their treasured items, all while also offering space for those seeking a getaway in their RVs. How did he come to have such a niche idea in his community? By turning his childhood love of visiting the lake into a viable, and extremely profitable business idea. Rodney started his work at a young age. He worked for a golf manufacturer company for several years until the owner decided to retire. Rodney knew then it was his time to step out on his own. “I wasn't quite sure what I wanted to do, but I knew I wanted to be in a place to make my own decisions and build something for the future.” After spending some time thinking about his life direction, he scribbled an idea on the back of a napkin. “I realized that our area didn't have enough storage for our boats and toys, so I decided to open up a one-of-a-kind boat storage facility.” That was in 2017. By 2018, he broke ground on the first stage of his 160-acre development off of Highway 95 near Lake Havasu City, Arizona. After two and a half years of construction, he opened doors for his storage facility on July 4, 2020. This business, however, was like no other storage facility. to be special. After years of planning and building, he had built a true man cave. With boat storage, enclosed storage, a driving range, pool, convenience store and more – this facility is the perfect getaway. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/mentors/support
Meet Stephen Beeson, M.D.:Stephen Beeson, M.D. is founder and CEO of Practicing Excellence. He is a nationally recognized speaker, physician, and author whose life mission is to coach and develop clinicians to be their best. Dr. Beeson started his career as a family medicine physician with the Sharp Rees-Stealy Medical Group in San Diego. During his career, Dr. Beeson was tasked to coach, develop, and engage clinicians to help improve both the clinician and patient experience. Dr. Beeson received a bachelor's in Biochemistry and an M.D. from University of California, San Diego. Key Insights:Stephen Beeson, M.D. is transforming the healthcare experience for patients and providers. Practicing Excellence. Practicing Excellence is a mobile tool that teaches clinicians healthcare skills that improve patient outcomes and experience, as well as the clinician's experience.Digital Solution. Clinicians are busy, so the skill training only takes 5-minutes per week. It is designed to be scalable, so everyone in a health system can participate. And the solution maps onto organizational priorities, collaborating with the broader mission of health systems.Founder's Journey. While building the company Dr. Beeson experienced sleepless nights, nerve-wracking debt, and tempting acquisitions. What kept him focused was remembering his own experience as a physician, and the virtue behind the mission.This episode is hosted by Tarun Kapoor, M.D. He is a member of the Advisory Council for Day Zero and is Senior Vice President and Chief Digital Transformation Officer at Virtua Health. Relevant Links:
Talent is becoming more demanded. Employees have a wealth of opportunities today and the market is very much in their favour. So join Ryan and Mike to see how to keep people at work and how to develop your managers to increase productivity with the people you have. We'll also discuss how to succeed in the labour market through competitive advantage.To attract, keep and get the best from good people, companies have to improve the quality of their operational managers, so building your employer's brand is very important.Links:Research: McKinsey Quarterly ‘Great Attrition' or ‘Great Attraction'? The choice is yoursGallup: It's the Manager, Moving From Boss to Coach, by Jim Clifton and Jim Harter 2019Where else you can find usWebsite: https://thebreakthrough.coLinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/company/the-breakthrough-companyFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/thebreakthroughco/Podcast: https://thebreakthrough.co/podcast/Blogs: https://thebreakthrough.co/blog/
So many of us never take action on our dreams, simply because we have this idea in our heads that we need to have it all figured out. We tell ourselves that we don't know enough, that we're not qualified enough, or that it's not the right time. Some of us spend so much time agonising over ‘finding our purpose' that life passes us by and our dreams fizzle out. I don't want that to happen to you, so in this episode I'm sharing my story of how I went from having an idea to actually getting started and making things happen. I've got five questions that are going to help you gain clarity and direction about your ideas, too! You don't need to have it all figured out. Just start somewhere and the rest will follow! EPISODE SHOW NOTES FEA INSTAGRAM CARRIE GREEN INSTAGRAM CARRIE & CO. INSTAGRAM SHE MEANS BUSINESS BOOK
In business, success often comes down to one key factor: marketing. And when it comes to marketing, there is no tool more powerful than a good story. That's why one of my favorite phrases is "Facts Tell but Stories Sell." A well-told story can make even the most mundane product or service come to life, and it can create an emotional connection with your audience that is difficult to achieve with facts and figures alone. Of course, finding and developing a good story is not always easy. But over the next few weeks we are going to teach you how to find your story, develop it and turn it into powerful marketing. By the end of this course, you will have all the tools you need to take your business to the next level with great storytelling.
In this week's episode, I'm sharing with you my top tips for how to turn your dream business idea into reality. You'll learn my best tips for how to start with $0 and make your first couple of hundred dollars. Most people won't ever get started because these few things hold them back so make sure you tune into this episode so you can move the needle forward and skyrocket your business AND life. Join my Weekly Newsletter for EXCLUSIVE content I don't share anywhere else! Connect With Giulia Instagram - https://bit.ly/3b8TcyV TikTok - https://bit.ly/3vmZRw2 YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCYFbtZh_Y63YlJD6TI4Vdeg Resources ⚡️ Join the Manifest Your Dream Life Waitlist Here
In this podcast Ryan shares FIVE business ideas that could make you a million dollars in 2023. He's helped hundreds of people build 7-figure businesses by building online brands and after analyzing the state of the economy these 5 ideas all have the potential to create multi-million dollars businesses in the coming year. If you're ready to build a 7-figure business you can sell that doesn't eat up all of your time, watch Ryan's FREE 4-part video series - The Perfect Business https://www.capitalism.com/perfect/?utm_source=CapPod&utm_medium=podcast&utm_campaign=episode
Klaue diese Geschäftsideen: Samuel pitcht ein neues Seminarbusiness für den Mittelstand; Alex pitcht einen Marktplatz für Newsletter-Marketing; Zusammen überlegen wir, ob die goldene Ära von Big Tech vorbei ist.+++Klaue unsere Start-Up Ideen: Die beste Datenbank für Geschäftsideen findest du auf www.digitaleoptimisten.de ***Sponsor dieser Folge ist Beydes ein neues Co-Working Konzept in Berlin mit eigenem Creator Studio. Eine nette Community, flexible Tische und vernünftige Preise: FlexDesks gibts schon ab 99 EUR.+++Unicorn Ideas ist das Format bei Digitale Optimisten, in denen wir über smarte Start-Up Ideen sprechen, für die uns leider die Zeit fehlt. Die einzige Bedingung: Klaue diese Geschäftsidee!Ich freue mich über 5 Sterne Reviews und dein Feedback an email@example.com.
In my conversation with Daniel Vassallo this week, I learned that Daniel uses social media —Twitter in particular— to find inspiration for his own work as a teacher and content creator. Intentionally doomscrolling Twitter to come up with writing prompts and business ideas? Why not!If we consider this a strategic effort, not just wasting our time on social media, let's develop a few frameworks that lead to more tangible results.Today, I want to talk about finding ideas, problems, and points of tension that hint at practical business opportunities on social media.- Find Business Ideas on Social Media- Find your Following, my Twitter course — now with Find your Following Essentials, the 7-day Twitter crash course- Zero to Sold & The Embedded Entrepreneur, my books on entrepreneurshipThis episode is sponsored by MicroAcquire. You can also watch this episode as a video on YouTube.
As business owners, we are always looking for ways to increase sales and boost business success. One great way to do this is by creating special offers. Special offers give consumers an incentive to buy from you, and can be a great way to generate interest in your business. But how do you create an offer that will really appeal to consumers? Here are a few tips: - Make sure the offer is truly valuable. Consumers should feel like they are getting a good deal. - Be creative with your offer. Think outside the box to come up with an offer that will really stand out. - Keep it simple. Don't make the offer too complicated or difficult to understand. - Make sure the offer is relevant to your business and products. Choose an offer that will attract your target audience. By following these tips, you can create a special offer that consumers will love! So get started today and boost your business success this holiday season!
Meet the Guests:Dana Udall, Ph.D. is the Chief Clinical Officer at Ginger and Headspace Health. Alison Darcy, Ph.D. is the President and Founder of Woebot Health. Virna Little, Psy.D. is a clinical psychologist and the co-founder and Chief Operating Officer of Concert Health. Key Insights:This episode explores how different companies are innovating mental healthcare. Personalized Care. It is important that mental health resources reflect the backgrounds and identities of the patients, especially for vulnerable or underrepresented groups. Dr. Udall points out that there is no “one size fits all” for treatment.Mental Health Ally. Woebot is an AI that doesn't replace therapy, rather its complimentary. Dr. Darcy shares that it helps encourage self-directed mental health care and enables patients to better engage in the practices they learn during therapy sessions.Collaborative Care. Dr. Little describes how collaborative care gives patients the flexibility to choose their treatment path. It leverages the trust and relationship patients build with their primary care physician and compliments it with a team of specialists.This episode is part two of a special two-part series on mental health. Check out part one on Her Story! Relevant Links:Check out Dr. Udall's full interviewCheck out Dr. Darcy's full interviewCheck out Dr. Littles full interview
In a family business, how do you overcome being the Owner's Child? What can you do to ensure success on your own merits? How do you lead a team that may initially question your qualifications? Listen as our guest shares his advice for not only young people wanting to join the family business but also for the parents who want their kids to continue the business legacy, and thoughts on how being the Owner's Child doesn't have to overshadow your own success. David K. Sargent started investing in stocks when he was 13 years old, which allowed him to buy into a business with his family while in his late teens. He worked for the company, Stripe-A-Zone, during summers and Spring Breaks, starting at the bottom. After high school, he chose to work full-time there. Over the next 24 years, he advanced his position from sales, to production, to operations, and to the executive level, and he was integral in helping his family grow the company 50 times larger than when they originally purchased it. David helped accomplish the consistent, rapid growth through innovation, improved quality, and efficiency. When his family sold Stripe-A-Zone in 2020, the new owners convinced David to stay with the new entity to help make additional acquisitions and run the company as its President. David serves as Director of the Sargent Family Charitable Foundation, and a Director of the Arlington Margarita Society. He has served in the past in community organizations such as the Rotary Board, National Floor Safety Institute, and Young Men for Arlington. David lives in Arlington, Texas, with his wife Kari and their son, Kyle. Bigger Than Business is the show where you'll discover real-world stories of business owners living their purpose. You'll encounter men and women all over the world who draw strength from understanding why they do what they do and how they remain true to that purpose through the ups and downs every business owner will face. www.thecapitalchartroom.com
Difficult conversations are part of life. We might want to avoid them, but it is about three things: what happened, feelings and how to keep your balance. Sometimes all you need to do is acknowledge other feelings.Each party will have their version of reality. There's no such thing as ‘facts' in a difficult conversation, there is only our interpretation, which is coloured by things like the Truth Assumption, the Intention Invention and the Blame Frame. In this podcast, Mike and Ryan are looking at a real-life examples and the best way to resolve them.Where else you can find usWebsite: https://thebreakthrough.coLinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/company/the-breakthrough-companyFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/thebreakthroughco/Podcast: https://thebreakthrough.co/podcast/Blogs: https://thebreakthrough.co/blog/
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Meet Naveen Sikka:Naveen Sikka is the founder and CEO of TerViva, a food and agriculture technology company that is building a more sustainable plant protein and vegetable oil supply chain. He is also a member of the Board of Directors for Elemental Excelerator and a Fellow for Unreasonable Impact Americas. Previously, Naveen worked as a management consultant at Gemini Consulting and TPI. He received a bachelor's from Columbia University and an MBA from UC Berkeley. Key Insights:TerViva is bringing a new crop to the global market: pongamia. Food as Medicine. TerViva is centered around pongamia, which grow well in poor quality soil and is climate resilient. TerViva is breeding the plant to create a domesticated version that has more consistent crop yields and is creating consumer products from the plant's proteins and oil.Optimism during Recession. Traditional capital from Wall Street will be harder to access for climate tech companies. However, Naveen points to a silver lining. People and companies around the world recognize climate change as an existential threat. Incumbents are willing to invest and partner with startups that make the world more sustainable. Stay Focused.Naveen advises founders to find the intersection of what you believe in from a mission perspective and what the market is interested and able to fund. Don't spread yourself too thin.This episode is hosted by Rishi Sikka, M.D. He is a guest host for Day Zero and is a Venture Partner at Lifeforce Capital and Professor at Brown University School of Public Health. Relevant Links:Learn more about TerVivaRead “Beyond Catastrophe A New Climate Reality Is Coming Into View” from The New York Times Magazine
As business owners, it's important that we live in the present and focus on the future. Our business is constantly evolving and changing, and if we spend too much time living in the past, we'll miss out on opportunities to improve and grow our business. Focusing on what was working in our business prevents us from seeing what isn't working and making the necessary changes. Additionally, mistakes we made in our business are lessons that we can learn from so that we don't make the same mistake again. If we dwell on them, they'll hold us back from being successful in the future. It's essential that we let go of the past and focus on where we want our business to go. Only then can we find continued success.
Alex pitcht seine "Rent-a-voice" Geschäftsidee, die die Synchronsprecher-Industrie disrupten soll. Samuel pitcht "DevBuddy", ein Weiterbildungsprogramm für Entwickler+++Sponsor dieser Folge ist Beydes ein neues Co-Working Konzept in Berlin mit eigenem Creator Studio. Eine nette Community, flexible Tische und vernünftige Preise: FlexDesks gibts schon ab 99 EUR.***Klaue unsere Start-Up Ideen: Das kostenlose eBook mit 5 frischen Ideen, und wie man sie erfolgreich macht auf www.digitaleoptimisten.de +++Unicorn Ideas ist das Format bei Digitale Optimisten, in denen wir über smarte Start-Up Ideen sprechen, für die uns leider die Zeit fehlt. Die einzige Bedingung: Klaue diese Geschäftsidee!Ich freue mich über 5 Sterne Reviews und dein Feedback an firstname.lastname@example.org.
Let's say you have an idea. What do you do next? Learning to develop this skill can help you with a lot of things, not just business ideas. Side Hustle School features a new episode EVERY DAY, featuring detailed case studies of people who earn extra money without quitting their job. This year, the show includes free guided lessons and listener Q&A several days each week. Show notes: SideHustleSchool.com Email: email@example.com Be on the show: SideHustleSchool.com/questions Connect on Twitter: @chrisguillebeau Connect on Instagram: @193countries Visit Chris's main site: ChrisGuillebeau.com If you're enjoying the show, please pass it along! It's free and has been published every single day since January 1, 2017. We're also very grateful for your five-star ratings—it shows that people are listening and looking forward to new episodes.
As business owners, we are constantly faced with decisions that could make or break our companies. Sometimes, the stakes can seem so high that we become paralyzed with fear. However, it is important to remember that every decision carries with it the potential for both success and failure. The key is to find a balance between taking risks and being too cautious. Here are a few tips to help you make informed decisions when you are feeling unsure: 1. Do your research. When you are facing a difficult decision, take some time to educate yourself on the options available. Gather as much information as you can so that you can make an informed choice. 2. Listen to your gut. Sometimes, the best way to make a decision is to go with your gut instinct. If something feels right, trust your intuition and go for it. 3. Seek advice from others. In business, it is always wise to consult with an experienced advisor or mentor before making any major decisions. Ask for their input and consider their advice carefully before moving forward. Making tough decisions is never easy, but by following these tips, you can increase your chances of making choices that will lead to business success.
Meet Nick Turkal, M.D.:Nick Turkal, M.D. is CEO of the Center for Health Education and Access. He is also a practicing palliative care physician. Dr. Turkal serves on several Boards of Directors including the Burrell College of Osteopathic Medicine, the Idaho College of Osteopathic Medicine, and the Crisis Prevention Institute. Previously, he was President and Chief Executive Officer of Aurora Health Care. Dr. Turkal received a bachelor's in Biology and an M.D. from Creighton University. Key Insights:Nick Turkal, M.D. and the Center for Health Education and Access is tackling the provider shortage. Building a Pipeline. The Center for Health Education and Access is creating a pipeline to recruit underrepresented minorities to medical schools to become providers in underserved communities. The center is starting with osteopathic medical schools but envisions expanding to other patient care providers. Focus on Primary. Historically, osteopathic doctors (OD) go into primary care at higher rates than allopathic doctors (MD). Additionally, the medical schools are selecting students that have a higher interest in primary care, and training them in smaller, rural communities with more exposure to primary care. Nursing Burn Out. Nurses today have a greater desire for flexibility, and health systems need to adjust. The trend of nurses joining staffing agencies was accelerated by the pandemic, but already existed due to generational differences. Relevant Links:Read “The Rise Fund Invests in The Burrell College of Osteopathic Medicine and Idaho College of Osteopathic Medicine; Launches Center for Health Education and Access”
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Today I get to talk to Roxanna. She has a ton on great ideas in starting new businesses and has even tried out a couple of them in the past. In this episode we get to discuss her idea of opening a clothing business and get it started on the right track. We get to talk about what she needs to do, the dont's, and a ton of very important questions that every business owner should ask and be able to answer. www.ezbiolink.com/vanader
What matters most - ideas or execution? Sam Parr (Founder of The Hustle and Host of My First Million) sits down with Kipp and Kieran on how to become an idea generation machine - figuring out if your idea is worth millions, unraveling the fear behind the insecurity of taking risks, how to execute on your ideas, the power of simplifying things, and behind the scenes look at how Sam studies business models to create his own ideas. About Sam Parr He is the founder of The Hustle (acquired by HubSpot in 2021) and founder and co-host of My First Million podcast. Links Sam's Twitter https://twitter.com/thesamparr Sam's Podcast https://www.mfmpod.com/ Companies House https://www.gov.uk/government/organisations/companies-house Compare Tech https://www.compare-tech.com/ Similar Web https://www.similarweb.com/ Crunchy Roll https://www.crunchyroll.com/ Tech Target https://www.techtarget.com/ Web Archive https://web.archive.org/ Facebook Ad Archive https://www.facebook.com/ads/library/ Moat https://www.moat.com/ SEMrush https://www.semrush.com/ Jungle Scout https://www.junglescout.com/ Glassdoor https://www.glassdoor.com/index.htm Newspapers.com https://www.newspapers.com/ If you like this episode, check out our episode on how curiosity can make you a billionaire https://link.chtbl.com/YhAjKg0j We're on Social Media! Follow us for everyday marketing wisdom straight to your feed Twitter: https://twitter.com/matgpod TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@matgpod Thank you for tuning into Marketing Against The Grain! Don't forget to hit subscribe and follow us on Apple Podcasts (so you never miss an episode)! https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/marketing-against-the-grain/id1616700934 If you love this show, please leave us a 5-Star Review https://link.chtbl.com/h9_sjBKH and share your favorite episodes with friends. We really appreciate your support. Host Links: Kipp Bodnar, https://twitter.com/kippbodnar Kieran Flanagan, https://twitter.com/searchbrat ‘Marketing Against The Grain' is a HubSpot Original Podcast // Brought to you by The HubSpot Podcast Network // Produced by Darren Clarke.
Everybody wants to be an entrepreneur these days. It's the new American dream - work for yourself, be your own boss, make your own hours. And while there's nothing wrong with that dream, the reality is that not everyone is cut out to be an entrepreneur. It takes a certain type of person to be successful in business, and not everyone has what it takes. For starters, you need to have a strong work ethic. Entrepreneurs are self-motivated and driven; they don't need someone standing over them telling them what to do. You also need to be able to handle stress and manage your time well. When you're running your own business, there's no one else to pick up the slack if you're not meeting your deadlines. And finally, you need to be comfortable with risk. Starting your own business is a risky proposition, and not everyone is willing to take that leap of faith. So before you quit your day job and start your own company, ask yourself if you've got what it takes to be a successful entrepreneur. It's not an easy road, but it can definitely be worth it.
Episode 4: Today, hosts Alex Lieberman (@businessbarista), Sophia Amoruso (@sophiaamoruso), and Jesse Pujji (@jspujji) breakdown MrBeast's $1.5 billion valuation and exactly what factors have allowed MrBeast to be so successful. Then, the team shares their strategies for coming up with ideas for new businesses, and Alex shares his most recent startup pitches. And finally, for Startup AMA we answer a listener question about the best and worst hiring practices. #TheCrazyOnes #Startups #Entrepreneur Listen to The Crazy Ones here: https://link.chtbl.com/OV4W93_W Subscribe to Morning Brew! Sign up for free today: https://bit.ly/morningbrewyt Follow The Brew! Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/morningbrew/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/MorningBrew Tik Tok - https://www.tiktok.com/@morningbrew Follow Our Hosts! Alex Lieberman (@businessbarista) Sophia Amoruso (@sophiaamoruso) Jesse Pujji (@jspujji) Links: Paul Graham's How to Get Startup Ideas How to get startup ideas in 10 diagrams Alex's 7 strategies to brainstorm startup ideas Hiring Decision Template
Meet Ali Parsa, Ph.D.:Ali Parsa, Ph.D. is a British-Iranian healthcare entrepreneur and engineer. He is the founder and CEO of Babylon Health. He is also a UK Cabinet Office Ambassador for Mutuals. Previously, he was co-founder and CEO of Circle Health. Dr. Parsa was recognized by The Health Service Journal as one of ‘the 50 most influential people in UK healthcare' and he was featured in the Maserati 100. Dr. Parsa received a Ph.D. in Engineering Physics from University College London. Key Insights:Ali Parsa shares an optimistic, but still practical vision of entrepreneurship. Not Healthcare. The incentives in healthcare are fundamentally broken. What we call healthcare is really “sick care,” because we wait until patients are having health emergencies to intervene. Babylon Health aims to prevent health emergencies by utilizing data, AI, and monitoring to catch problems before they get worse.Desirable Difficultly. Dr. Parsa arrived in the UK as a refugee at 16 without his family. He built his life and career from scratch. However, he views these difficulties as giving him strength. He has the experience to deal with adverse situations.Advice for Founders. Dr. Parsa encourages founders to dream big, build fast, and be brilliant. Anything that matters takes a lot of effort, so you might as well do something big. He also asks that we work to create an ecosystem that allows for others to dream big as well. This episode is hosted by Rishi Sikka, M.D. He is a guest host for Day Zero and is a Venture Partner at Lifeforce Capital and Professor at Brown University School of Public Health. Relevant Links:Learn more about Dr. ParsaLearn more about Babylon Health
Today I have my friend Nick Loper on the show. Nick is the host of the popular Side Hustle Nation podcast where he and I share similar goals. We highlight entrepreneurs who run businesses on the side or full-time. One of the common complaints that we often get is not being able to decide what type of business to start. In this episode, Nick and I brainstorm million-dollar business ideas that you are welcome to take for yourself. What You’ll Learn 17 million-dollar business ideas for the taking What type of business should you start How to run a successful […] The post 429: 17 Million Dollar Business Ideas Free For The Taking With Nick Loper appeared first on MyWifeQuitHerJob.com.
Hey Friend, Do you have a new online business idea but are afraid to start? Do you want to launch that podcast, or write that book, or get that new business going - but your fear is holding you back? Do you wish you KNEW it would work out, be successful, or be well-received BEFORE you start? I so remember feeling the SAME WAY! Today, we will go over four truths to help you start before you're ready! I know this is going to encourage you and help you build confidence in your journey. Listen in and I pray this blesses you. Xo, Stef P.S. Check out the blog post New Online Business Idea? How to Start Before You're Ready! P.P.S. Hurry and get your application in for Podcast to Profit January 2023 session! We will have early bird goodies coming your way soon! Apply at www.podcasttoprofitmastermind.com Related Episodes 433 - 4 Signs God is Calling You & The 4 Phases of Moving into Your God-led Calling 427 - 2 Reasons You're Not clear on your NICHE. How to Finally KNOW What Your Calling is so You Can Start an Online Business! 460 - Uncover God's Plan for the Next Step in Pursuing Your Calling 317 - Is it Time to Start a Podcast? 4 Questions to Ask Yourself! 379 - How to Plan and Start a Podcast in 30 Days! 439 - 10 Steps to Start a Podcast & Launch in 30 Days or Less FREE WORKSHOPS: Get Clarity on Your Calling so You Can Confidently Start Your Online Business: www.freeclarityworkshop.com How to Build a Successful Online Business in Less Than 2 Hours a Week Using Podcasting: www.podcastforgrowth.com FREE DOWNLOADS: Complete Podcast Launch Checklist + Start a Podcast Toolkit www.thepodcastlaunchchecklist.com Should You Start a Podcast Quiz www.startapodcastquiz.com 13 Steps to Start an Online Business Checklist www.completebusinessblueprint.com 7-Step Spiritual Battle Plan from Psalms 18 www.stefaniegass.com/battleplan FACEBOOK COMMUNITY: www.stefgasscommunity.com THE STEFANIE GASS SCHOOL: Step 1: Get Clear on Your Calling and Build a Business Plan in 30 Days www.clarifyyourcallingcourse.com Step 2: Start & Launch a Successful Podcast www.podcastprouniversity.com Step 3: Monetize & Scale your Podcast Using Courses and Coaching www.podcasttoprofitmastermind.com CONTACT US: firstname.lastname@example.org
In the early 1990s, publishers told science journalist Daniel Goleman not to use the word “emotion” in a business book. The popular conception was that emotions had little role in the workplace. When HBR was founded in October 1922, the practice of management focused on workers' physical productivity, not their feelings. And while over the decades psychologists studied “social intelligence” and “emotional strength,” businesses cultivated the so-called hard skills that drove the bottom line. Until 1990, when psychologists Peter Salovey and John Mayer published their landmark journal article. It proposed “emotional intelligence” as the ability to identify and manage one's own emotions as well as those of others. Daniel Goleman popularized the idea in his 1995 book, and companies came to hire for “EI” and teach it. It's now widely seen as a key ingredient in engaged teams, empathetic leadership, and inclusive organizations. However, critics question whether emotional intelligence operates can be meaningfully measured and contend that it acts as a catchall term for personality traits and values. 4 Business Ideas That Changed the World is a special series from HBR IdeaCast. Each week, an HBR editor talks to world-class scholars and experts on the most influential ideas of HBR's first 100 years, such as disruptive innovation, shareholder value, and scientific management. Discussing emotional intelligence with HBR executive editor Alison Beard are: Daniel Goleman, psychologist and author of Emotional Intelligence Susan David, psychologist at Harvard Medical School and author of Emotional Agility Andy Parks, management professor at Central Washington University Further reading: HBR: Leading by Feel, with Daniel Goleman New Yorker: The Repressive Politics of Emotional Intelligence, by Merve Emre HBR: Emotional Agility, by Susan David and Christina Congleton Book: Emotional Intelligence, by Daniel Goleman
Got into a great conversation on this episode! Starting out with an incomprehensible new business that opened in Russia.. you'll never guess what it is, so just get ready to be blown away and slightly concerned. Going into a "yes or no" segment where Trev throws out a word and Steph says "yes" or "no" to it. Just listen and you'll understand what I'm talking about. After that we get into the main topic. Last week Steph read a quote and Trev gave his opinion on the quote. This week we flipped the script. "If you can't handle stress, you won't manage success." We get into a great conversation on the quote and talk about what that means to us personally. Next episode is 100! We can't express our gratitude enough for all the support y'all have shown us over the past two years with the podcast! We are slowly gaining new listeners here and there and that's all because y'all have taken the time out of your day to share the episodes and talk about it with your friends and family! We're nowhere where we want to be and we have a lot of learning to do, but we've had fun with this podcast and that's what it's all about for us! Having fun and providing value (even if we don't know what we're doing still XD) Love y'all and we'll catch ya on episode 100!
When your co-founder is away it's time to play! In this mini-episode, Emily Merrell sneaks in a solo episode devoted to the importance of vacation, boundaries, the beauty of having a co-founder, and finding resilience in yourself, your business, and your community.Here's what you'll learn: Why create a self-love list How to take inventory of your accomplishments How to take stock of your community and individuals that light you upThe importance of reflecting and taking stock on your business and what's working and not workingTips on tapping into your resilience and sparking your connection with your businessIdeas on how to create space for your business in your lifeThe importance of giving yourself grace and support in this wild ride of entrepreneurshipFollow Em & Lex on Instagram at @readysetcoachprogramLearn more about the Ready Set Coach Program at Readysetcoachprogram.comLearn more about Six Degrees Society and THEPRBAR inc.
You've got this great business idea and plan, but you want feedback. That requires you to share it. You may ask yourself, do I need an NDA "Non-Disclosure Agreement" so someone doesn't steal my idea? The short answer, no. I'll explain in today's episode. Find episode show notes, podcast blog recaps, and the best SMB news & tips on The Manual! Watch video highlights on Youtube here. Follow Chris Ronzio for more business insight. Learn more about Trainual, the world's top Business Playbook™ software. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/processmakesperfect/message
The idea that maximizing shareholder value takes legal and practical precedence above all else first came to prominence in the 1970s. The person who arguably did the most to advance the idea was the business school professor Michael Jensen, who wrote in Harvard Business Review and elsewhere that CEOs pursue their own interests at the expense of shareholders' interests. Among other things, he argued for stock-based incentives that would neatly align CEO and shareholder interests. Shareholder primacy rapidly became business orthodoxy. It dramatically changed how and how much executives are compensated. And it arguably distorted capitalism for a generation or more. Critics have long charged that maximizing shareholder value ultimately just encourages CEOs and shareholders to feather their own nests at the expense of everything else: jobs, wages and benefits, communities, and the environment. The past few years have seen a backlash against shareholder capitalism and the rise of so-called stakeholder capitalism. After reigning supreme for half a century, is shareholder value maximization on its way out? 4 Business Ideas That Changed the World is a special series from HBR IdeaCast. Each week, an HBR editor talks to world-class scholars and experts on the most influential ideas of HBR's first 100 years, such as disruptive innovation, scientific management, and emotional intelligence. Discussing shareholder value with HBR editor Adi Ignatius are: Lynn Paine, professor emerita at Harvard Business School Mihir Desai, professor at Harvard Business School Carola Frydman, professor at Kellogg School of Management Further reading: HBR: CEO Incentives—It's Not How Much You Pay, But How, by Michael C. Jensen and Kevin J. Murphy New York Times: A Friedman doctrine‐- The Social Responsibility Of Business Is to Increase Its Profits, by Milton Friedman HBR: The Error at the Heart of Corporate Leadership, by Joseph L. Bower and Lynn S. Paine U.S. Business Roundtable: Statement on the Purpose of a Corporation, 2019
Episode 376: Sam Parr (@TheSamParr) and Shaan Puri (@ShaanVP) talk all things Artificial Intelligence: reaction to Joe Rogan's AI interview with Steve Jobs, AI in the workplace, new AI business ideas, AI Billy of the Week, and more. ----- Links: * Podcast.ai * Runway * Interior AI * Jasper * copy.ai * Huw Prosser * Stable Diffusion * Do you love MFM and want to see Sam and Shaan's smiling faces? Subscribe to our Youtube channel. * Want more insights like MFM? Check out Shaan's newsletter. ------ Show Notes: (02:35) - AI Interview (20:20) - Runway ML (25:05) - Interior AI (42:20) - AI in photography (46:05) - The real life Jarvis (50:00) - 2 ideas for AI: Therapy & Music (57:45) - Billy of the week: Emad Mostaque ----- Past guests on My First Million include Rob Dyrdek, Hasan Minhaj, Balaji Srinivasan, Jake Paul, Dr. Andrew Huberman, Gary Vee, Lance Armstrong, Sophia Amoruso, Ariel Helwani, Ramit Sethi, Stanley Druckenmiller, Peter Diamandis, Dharmesh Shah, Brian Halligan, Marc Lore, Jason Calacanis, Andrew Wilkinson, Julian Shapiro, Kat Cole, Codie Sanchez, Nader Al-Naji, Steph Smith, Trung Phan, Nick Huber, Anthony Pompliano, Ben Askren, Ramon Van Meer, Brianne Kimmel, Andrew Gazdecki, Scott Belsky, Moiz Ali, Dan Held, Elaine Zelby, Michael Saylor, Ryan Begelman, Jack Butcher, Reed Duchscher, Tai Lopez, Harley Finkelstein, Alexa von Tobel, Noah Kagan, Nick Bare, Greg Isenberg, James Altucher, Randy Hetrick and more. ----- Additional episodes you might enjoy: • #224 Rob Dyrdek - How Tracking Every Second of His Life Took Rob Drydek from 0 to $405M in Exits • #209 Gary Vaynerchuk - Why NFTS Are the Future • #178 Balaji Srinivasan - Balaji on How to Fix the Media, Cloud Cities & Crypto * #169 - How One Man Started 5, Billion Dollar Companies, Dan Gilbert's Empire, & Talking With Warren Buffett • #218 - Why You Should Take a Think Week Like Bill Gates • Dave Portnoy vs The World, Extreme Body Monitoring, The Future of Apparel Retail, "How Much is Anthony Pompliano Worth?", and More • How Mr Beast Got 100M Views in Less Than 4 Days, The $25M Chrome Extension, and More