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Case Study: Selling on Amazon

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May 18, 2018
Today’s guest is making millions by buying from Walmart and selling on Amazon. I grilled him before this interview started to see if this was a real business and turns out that it is. He’s selling online really well so I invited him here to find out what’s working for him. Ryan Grant is...

The accidental $250B trampoline park company

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May 16, 2018
When I looked at the list of upcoming guests for this month and I saw that we had someone who ran a trampoline business I said, “Trampoline?” It turns out this is a story of a guy who created something in the real world that works like businesses have always worked, except much...

How a former lawyer built Thinkific

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May 14, 2018
I watched today’s guest from a distance as he grew his business. And I watched a revolution happening. People were starting to shift towards publishing more of their content on sites like Medium but also on sites like Facebook and Twitter. Today’s guest saw that and said,...

LIVE and incredibly personal

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May 11, 2018
Last year, I was invited to something called Fireside Conf, a retreat with no Internet, no distractions for entrepreneurs. While I was there I interviewed the conference founder’s cousin, Jeff Pulver. They never sent me the recording and I thought it was because my questions were rude and...

How a Tinder Hack inspired a networking startup for women

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May 8, 2018
Today’s guest started out as a reporter when a Tinder hack led to a business idea for connecting women. She’s a pro at getting media attention and I want to learn how she does it. Pamela Newenham is the cofounder of GirlCrew, a platform for women to make new friends.

Brandon Evans is heart-led. Andrew Warner is heartless.

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May 7, 2018
I invited Brandon Evans back on Mixergy to talk about how losing his company & his wife led him down what he might call a “heart-led path.” In the process I think we all realized a few things about me.

Case Study: Building to sell

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May 4, 2018
A few years ago I interviewed today’s guest about his martial arts business Science of Skill. And I’m going to be honest with you, I thought the site just looked OK. But Dan Faggella, the founder, told me privately how I didn’t understand marketing automation at all. He...

How opportunity works and where to find it.

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May 2, 2018
Today’s guest started out as a long-haired musician. He then became a real estate guy and then moved on to where he really got his reputation, the dating-advice space. I feel like he conquered it, became one of the biggest names in the space. His name is Eben Pagan and he now teaches...

How does a guy who has no attachment to money make so much money?

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Apr 30, 2018
Today’s guest is someone who said, “I have no attachment to money.” And still, when I look at his revenue online, he’s doing tens of millions of dollars in revenue, and he did it by bootstrapping his company. So how does a guy who says he has no attachment to money make...

NetGenesis, Yesware, JumpCloud founder on what makes a business worth starting

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Apr 27, 2018
When a PR agency contacted me and said, “Hey, Andrew, do you want to interview the author of a new startup book?” I said, “No.” To be honest, I didn’t even look at. And they said, “Wait, this is the startup playbook by two authors. One of them is Rajat...

If you had a successful business, would you take on another one?

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Apr 25, 2018
When I hear an entrepreneur whose business is doing well is shifting his focus, I get curious. I think, what the hell are you doing? You finally hit it, things are working, people respect you for it, why would you shift it? That’s what today’s guest has done. It’s courageous...

How BenchPrep brought technology to standardized test prep

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Apr 23, 2018
Before Mixergy, I was a student like many of you. And in my car on the way to school, I would listen to SAT word recordings. I loved it. The problem is those books are such a pain in the butt to carry around. And I hate to sound like somebody who’d care about this stuff. But you look a...

The risk and reward of chat as a platform

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Apr 20, 2018
I’ve been noticing that there’s a new platform and the new platform is chat. And today’s guest is a guy who said, “This is the perfect platform for what I have in mind,” which is a way for two people to connect with each other based on their interest or...

Terracycle founder on why purpose isn’t enough for social entrepreneurship

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Apr 18, 2018
You might recognize today’s guest because he was on Mixergy back in the early days of Mixergy Interviews. I learned so much from that interview. One of the best lessons was when he said, “Everybody says to work your way up to the big guys. Screw that. I want to go after Walmart,...

How smart brands are using better data to personalize their message

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Apr 16, 2018
Today’s guest is a hustler. I could find research online to show it, but instead I’m going to tell you a story that he doesn’t know that I know about. He’s a guy who recognized that there’s a lot noise in the ad world. He came up with a great solution for it. Eric...

How a certified Infusionsoft consultant bootstrapped his own membership software

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Apr 13, 2018
I’m excited to have today’s guest on because I kept hearing about the membership software he created. As someone who has a membership site myself, I should have had him on a long time ago. Micah Mitchell is the founder of Memberium which allows anyone to build powerful, automated...

How VinSolutions was built and sold to Autotrader for $150,000,000

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Apr 11, 2018
Matt Watson is the founder of Stackify which helps developers improve their applications.

David took over PaleoHacks

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Apr 9, 2018
He’s not the founder. He’s not super-comfortable being the front guy. So how did David Sinick take over PaleoHacks? (And why was he so anxious about this interview?)

How to bootstrap a company while fully employed

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Apr 6, 2018
I’m excited to have today’s guest because he’s the kind of person who’s been on all those forums that I’ve been on forever, building his company quietly and making it into something really big. He did it without ever having that big TechCrunch moment where they say,...

Mark Cummins couldn’t get a job at Google…so he built a search engine so good that they acquired it

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Apr 4, 2018
Today we’ve got an entrepreneur who created a search engine and sold it to Google about 18 months later. He took some time off and in his off time he invested in some companies, learned the other side of the entrepreneurial journey, and now he is back with a brand new business. The...

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