The Gold List: 10 Must-See Interviews of 2013on Dec 27, 2013 - 9:00 AM PST
Here they are. Mixergy’s top 10 MOST VIEWED interviews of 2013. In case you missed them… -AW
with Tim Sykes
As always, I expected to get a lot of email from people who complain about him, and probably even more email from guys who want to be like him. But I’d like you to consider another reaction. Steal his best ideas.
with with Quin Hoxie
I bet the whole time you hear his story, you’ll be asking yourself, “why would anyone pay for his search engine when there’s search giants offering good search for free?” Find out why in this interview.
with Michael Fitzgerald
If you’ve heard me say that entrepreneurs should start by finding the pain, wait till you hear the first thing today’s guest did.
with Stites-Clayton and Williams
These guests say that their previous company failed because of a common mistake that many of us have made.
with Patrick Flynn
A past guest told me that I should keeping asking all those questions that I wanted the answers to but felt a little awkward about. Well, check out the first few questions in this interview and see what happens afterwards.
with Justin Winter
How did a bootstrapped founder who sells candles, reach a $1 million dollar run rate in his first year?
with Vishen Lakhiani
This interviewee called himself a mediocre entrepreneur, who previously got shot down when he tried to get funding, and yet he took $700, only $700, and built a company that’s now valued at over $40 million.
with Gagan Biyani
See how a growth hacker figured out what product to create and found customers who were willing to pay for it.
with Alexis Neely
In the very first set of questions, I asked Alexis Neely how she could teach business skills without feeling like a fraud since she filed for bankruptcy.
What I admire about her response is that, instead of being embarrassed to talk about it or making excuses, she opened up…
with Hal Elrod
I wondered what it is about Cutco–what they were teaching their people who’ve said, “Because I sold Cutco knives, I became a good salesperson?” A fan in the audience heard me say that and they helped me land Hal Elrod to tell us.