entrepreneurs podcasts

#1863 Marathon Series: Entrepreneurship in South Africa after centuries of apartheid

I’m excited to talk to today’s guest for a lot of reasons. I’m excited about her background and about how she is...

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#1711 Be like the founder of Nomorobo. Don’t overthink entrepreneurship

Today’s guest made a lot of mistakes with a lot of different companies he started. But he learned A LOT. And...

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#1721 Marathon Series: I interview one of Mexico City’s top entrepreneurs (in-person)

Today I’ve got one of the top entrepreneurs in Mexico City, somebody who is so highly talked about that I have...

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#1791 Samuel Morhaim’s Vantage IO: Giving entrepreneurs the development tools they need

As an entrepreneur launching a company, getting a website or mobile app developed can be painful and out of reach....

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#1802 A founder gets open about entrepreneurship and Adderall addiction

When I was a kid, aspiring to be an entrepreneur, I remember hearing that Howard Hughes was addicted to something...

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#1831 Entrepreneurship in a highly regulated industry

Joining me today is a woman who sold wines in Manhattan. Then she decided to import wine herself. But she ran into a...

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#1944 A conversation with David Kidder (on fear and entrepreneurship)

Joining me today is an entrepreneur who started several companies and did really well for himself. But he said,...

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#1967 Entrepreneurship born out of the Soviet Union

If you’re buying ads, you might relate to what today’s guest does. Here’s a use case: Imagine...

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'Breaking up with a co-founder is like a divorce' – Confessions of a Startup

Emily Forbes loves film and working in storytelling. But setting up Seenit, a video collaboration platform, has...

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'Failure makes you more humble' – Confessions of a Small Business

In our second Confessions of a Small Business podcast, John Stapleton, founder of New Covent Garden Soup and Little...

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'You have to keep fighting' – Confessions of a Small Business

Arpana Gandhi, co-founder of landmine disposal company Disarmco, talks struggling to find investment, almost going...

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'The journey is nothing but extraordinary' – Confessions of a Startup

In our last podcast of the series, entrepreneurs at our Confessions of a Startup seminar shared their tales of...

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#13 Creating healthy boundaries

What are boundaries? How do you implement them and when do you need to? On this weeks show Amanda & Louise...

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#18 How to stay focused to achieve results

Amanda & Louise reveal their top tips on how to stay focused in a world full of distractions! Discover the tools...

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Mini Episode: Embracing a season of enough in your creative life

For the last mini episode of Season 2 I'm sharing some thoughts on what it means to embrace a season of enough in...

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TAGP471 Jay Melone : Creating Customer-Tested Prototypes In Just 5 Days

Jay Melone is the CEO of New Haircut. At New Haircut, he works with entrepreneurs...

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Making Things Happen On Your Own Terms with Paige Schmidt

For the first episode of Season 3 I am joined by holistic health coach Paige Schmidt from Healthy Hits The Spot to...

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Lifestyle business owners, this one's for you

In this mini episode I’m sharing with you some of the biggest lessons I’ve learned so far in my journey of building...

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Making Things Happen On Your Own Terms with Holly Booth

In this episode I’m joined by product photographer and stylist Holly Booth to talk all about how she makes things...

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The stories we tell ourselves

In this mini episode I share with you a story I used to tell myself that almost stopped me from starting my creative...

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