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How to be ballsy to create opportunity (even if you have no experience)

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Jun 13, 2018
I am not about to build a shoe company; I am not about to do anything like today’s guest has done but I’m still in awe of what he’s been able to do. He’s created dress shoes that are as comfortable as sneakers and a business that he’s built from scratch. Justin Schneider is the...

How software is helping smaller e-commerce players grow their businesses

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Jun 1, 2018
I’ve got to be honest with you that before this interview started, I thought, “I’m about to present my audience with yet another Amazon e-commerce business.” And then I said, “It’s okay. It’s actually imperative that I interview more entrepreneurs in...

Case Study: Building your business on someone else’s platform

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May 28, 2018
Today’s guest is someone who built his business on someone else’s platform. A lot of people are hesitant to build businesses like that. But it’s working for today’s guest and I want to understand his model. Devin Zander is the founder of SMAR7 Apps, which makes tools that help Shopify...

You should pay attention to the schlep like this founder

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May 23, 2018
And when you find out about today’s guest company, you probably are going to say, “Oh, why do I need to even know about this? This doesn’t seem that interesting.” And you won’t be the first. But here’s the thing: Anyone who sells online should find out about...

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...

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...

How to nurture brand loyalty through Amazon

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Mar 7, 2018
I usually interview tech entrepreneurs about how they built their software companies. Today’s guest tried that and it didn’t work. Now he’s selling the opposite of technology. He’s selling hand grinders. Raj Jana is the founder of JavaPresse, a coffee company dedicated to...

Meet the founder who’s taking on Shopify

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Mar 2, 2018
Today’s guest is a guy who has software that allows people to create online stores. The minute I heard about this idea, I said, “Whoa, he’s going to get crushed.” There are competitors already in the space who are really, really big. I’m talking about Amazon and...

Trevor Chapman talks money, family, religion

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Feb 23, 2018
Trevor Chapman is the founder of Summit Bourne Limited which owned a collection of websites, including e-commerce sites and online education sites. I’m really curious about how this guy who came out of nowhere ended up creating a bunch of successful sites that sell, sell, sell? I want to...

How 50 Cent, KISS, and Aerosmith are using Messenger marketing

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Feb 9, 2018
I am so frickin’ fascinated by chatbots and it’s because I recognized that reaching my audience via email was a losing proposition. No matter how much effort we were putting into better headlines, better copy, whatever, people just don’t love email. The benefit of Messenger is...

Is wine app Vivino going to be a unicorn?

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Jan 29, 2018
Today’s guest had an experience with wine that left him feeling stupid. Instead of feeling defeated by the experience he decided it was something he wanted to fix. And he did fix it. He created a solution called Vivino. It’s what many analysts are now calling a unicorn. Heini Zachariassen...

How deodorant sold at Farmer’s Markets grew into a company sold to Unilever

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Jan 26, 2018
Today’s guest has had some big news since we booked this interview. She’s sold her company! Jaime Schmidt is the founder of Schmidt’s Natural, plant-powered odor protection with ingredients like charcoal, rose, and jasmine. I want to find out how she built it from a product only available...

How a serial dabbler launched The Baby Bathwater Institute

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Jan 22, 2018
If you guys have been listening to me, you know that I’ve been jazzed about this event coming up called Baby Bathwater. Well, I was talking to the founder and I asked him what he was doing before and he told me he used to have a supplements company. I’ve always been intrigued by supplement...

Minibar Delivery’s insane advantage of entering a highly regulated space

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Jan 17, 2018
I’m shocked when I hear an entrepreneur is getting into a space with a lot of regulation. But there’s a lot of value in doing it. Not only is there a fortune to be made, you can also have a real impact on the world by going into a space many other people are afraid to enter. That’s what...

A food delivery lifestyle business pivots to solve a bigger problem for grocery stores

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Jan 8, 2018
About six years ago I interviewed the entrepreneur you’re about to meet. He started a snack delivery service called Madtown Munchies and he built it up from one guy with a bicycle to a $380k business. We stayed in touch after that interview but recently I’ve been wondering what happened to...

Three startup myths debunked by a founder selling meat online

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Dec 11, 2017
We’re going to shatter some myths in this interview. The first myth is if you’re going to be a startup entrepreneur, you need to be a software entrepreneur. Today’s guest sells meat online. Meat! A product that’s existed and that people have consumed about as long as...

How Flux Chargers got traction

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Dec 8, 2017
When I work remotely I don’t like bringing my laptop; I prefer to work on my phone. But my biggest problem with using my phone is that it would kill my battery so fast. I was constantly upgrading to the latest phone and I STILL couldn’t do more than 4-5 hours of work with it. Well, last...

How to use infoproduct marketing tactics to sell physical products

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Nov 13, 2017
A lot of the first-time entrepreneurs that I interview here are often just out of school, sometimes even have built their businesses in dorm rooms, but today’s guest is not like that. He started his company in his late forties. Steven Sashen is the founder of Xero Shoes, which creates...

I dig deep into DropshipLifestyle

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Nov 8, 2017
A part of me is skeptical that today’s guest is just ANOTHER guy with a website teaching people how to drop ship and get rich quick. But the other part of me knows there’s something I can learn from him. Whether it’s how he’s getting customers, how he communicates his product and his...

Magento founder Yoav Kutner on open-source products

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Nov 3, 2017
Today’s guest and his team created Mageneto, a commerce software so many of my guests say they used to build their sites. They sold to eBay and Yoav, who’s here today, wrote a nasty post about eBay which he later removed. I want to find out about that. I also want to find out how he went...

How to create a brand (Not just a product)

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Nov 1, 2017
It used to be really hard to create a brand. But I’m seeing now with Instagram and other social media platforms businesses are able to do it. That’s what today’s guest has done. Rachael McCrary is the founder of Jewel Toned, a lingerie and shapeware company. I want to know how she...

Why a Thiel Fellow is living in an RV on the side the road

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Oct 16, 2017
Today’s guest is Ben Yu and he’s the founder of multiple companies. The one you’re probably most familiar with is Sprayable, a topical energy spray. I want to know how he overcame depression and built a company I want to know why he’s living in an RV even though he has a successful...

How Method created a product so good it changed people’s buying habits

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Oct 11, 2017
Eric Ryan is the cofounder of Method, naturally-derived, biodegradable, non-toxic household cleaners, laundry supplies, personal care + soap.

SunFrog, the $100M dollar, bootstrapped t-shirt platform

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Sep 27, 2017
I’m involved in the tech world and I have never heard of today’s guest or his company. I was a little doubtful when I saw my team’s research. I said, “How can a company this big exist and I haven’t heard about them?” He’s had no outside funding as far...

How to bring an old tech (like journals) online

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Sep 20, 2017
Today’s guests have had a runaway success with a journal, a freaking journal! Technology that has existed forever. Cathryn Lavery and Allen Brouwer are the cofounders of BestSelf, which develops physical products for high achievers and entrepreneurs. I’ll let them tell you how much...

How Victor Levitin fixed one of eBay’s biggest problems

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Sep 18, 2017
Joining me is an avid listener who, like me, noticed that eBay is great but eBay listings are ugly. They’re not just ugly; they’re a bit confusing. Well, today’s guest said it doesn’t have to be that way. He came up with a tool that allows anyone who sells on eBay to...

How to compete with giants (even if you don’t have a team)

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Aug 28, 2017
How does a guy who doesn’t have a team create a clothing company that’s going up against giants? And I’m talking about a crowded field, a mature industry. One of the things I remember learning from my business classes at NYU is when you’re in a mature industry,...

Selling on Amazon? Don’t miss this interview.

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Aug 23, 2017
A few weeks ago, I interviewed an entrepreneur who sells cups on Amazon. He’s making a killing so I interviewed him to find out how he grew his business. When the interview was done, he shot me an email and said, “Andrew, if you really want you to understand how we know what to sell....

How did a global company grow without systemizing?

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Aug 7, 2017
I’ve been emailing back and forth with a Mixergy fan who said his revenues were over $10M. He told me in private how much pain he was in because the systems that ran his business weren’t working like they should have. Mario Nawfal is the founder of Athena Group, a collection of companies...

How did Adii Pienaar launch Conversio and generate $2M in revenue in 2 years?

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Jul 28, 2017
What if you could build on your customer relationships simply by offering more attractive and functional email receipts? Adii Pienaar is the founder of Conversio which is an all-in-one marketing dashboard for eCommerce stores. Conversio helps eCommerce sites improve their relationships with...

How Influenster is on pace to hit $18M seven years after launch

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Jul 26, 2017
How did a review site grow so fast that it will hit $18M seven years after launching? Elizabeth Scherle and Aydin Acar are the founders of Influenster which is an app that has millions of product reviews that allow people to like learn and talk about products. Influenster had $11M in revenue in...

How Roman Kirsch sold Casacanda 9 months after launch and turned around and built an even bigger company with Lesara

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Jul 17, 2017
How Roman Kirsch sold Casacanda 9 months after launch and turned around and built an even bigger company with Lesara. Roman Kirsch is the founder of Lesara, which is an ecommerce site that sells clothes at a deep discount. Roman Krisch created Lesara back in 2013 and within three years had over...

How did Gary Nealon go from bankruptcy to building a company that will make a projected $40M this year?

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Jul 7, 2017
How did Gary Nealon go from bankruptcy to building a company that will make a projected $40M this year? Gary Nealon is the founder of RTA Cabinets, which offers consumers the ability to purchase ready-to-assemble kitchen cabinets online. Gary Nealon’s first venture into entrepreneurship...

How did Rhythm Superfoods top $10M in sales in less than 10 years?

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Jul 5, 2017
How did Rhythm Superfoods crush the healthy snack food market and top $10M in sales in less than 10 years? Scott Jensen is a Co-Founder of Rhythm Superfoods which is a healthy snack food brand that offers vegetarian, vegan, non-GMO and organic superfoods. Rhythm Superfoods was launched in 2009...

Physical Product Case Study: How two guys are competing with Yeti

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Jun 19, 2017
I’m noticing there’s a revolution happening in online entrepreneurship. It’s happening with physical goods the same way it happened with companies like Airbnb before anyone even realized it was a revolution. Entrepreneurs get an idea for a physical product and very often they’ll go to...

How a simple bike classifieds site evolved into Marketplacer

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Jun 16, 2017
I thought when it came to online shopping, the Amazons of the world got all the business. But what I found while researching today’s guest is that there are niche marketplaces where people drive their tribe. Because people only want to buy from those sites, these marketplaces are thriving....

How independent brands like Myles Apparel are growing in a world of Nike and other giants

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Jun 12, 2017
Today’s guest is Ryan Moses, the cofounder of Myles Apparel. They make things like that jacket you heard me talk about with Noah Kagan in this interview. They make a specialty line of menswear and activewear and we’ll find out why the world needs another line of activewear. I also...

How Jesse Genet launched a packaging company that got the attention of YC

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Jun 7, 2017
Why did Y Combinator, the backers of Airbnb and Reddit and Dropbox and Stripe, invest in a packaging company? That’s what I want to find out in today’s interview. Joining me today is Jesse Genet, the founder of Lumi. Lumi streamlines the supply chain by finding the best packaging...

Can popcorn really be a $10 million dollar business?

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May 31, 2017
If you had come to me and said, “Andrew, I’ve got a new idea for a business. We’re going to make popcorn, sell it in grocery stores and we’re going to make millions.” I would have said to you, “Anyone can make it at home. How are you going to get anyone to buy...

The platform doing a quarter-billion in sales that you’ve never heard of

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May 5, 2017
Today’s guest says he has an ecommerce platform that did about a quarter-billion in sales and I’ve never freaking heard of it. How did I not hear about it and I’m the guy who’s deep in this stuff? George Palmer realized there wasn’t an easy way to sell digital...

Case Study: Chat bot grows sales

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Apr 28, 2017
Wait till you see how Ezra Firestone uses chat bots to get real sales for his cosmetics company, Boom by Cindy Joseph.

How a direct-to-customer brand competes with Amazon

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Apr 24, 2017
Ecommerce and direct to customer opportunities have made it possible for companies to build things and sell things we couldn’t have done before the earliest days of the Internet. That’s why I’m excited to bring on today’s guest. Josh Meyer founded a men’s brand, a...

How physical products convert to online continuity membership sales

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Apr 10, 2017
Today’s guest sells things like flashlights but apparently the big revenue doesn’t come from the flashlights but the continuity service he sells afterwards. So, you buy a flashlight and you sign yourself up for some kind of membership where he charges you on a regular basis for content he...

How a food lover launched a new kind of snack

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Apr 5, 2017
I want to find out how today’s guest got a new kind of snack into people’s homes. In this interview you’ll also hear what he did to get into Whole Foods. Vincent Kitirattragarn is the founder of Dang Foods, which makes coconut chips and other whole-food based snacks.

How a former Amazon employee launched an aromatherapy company

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Mar 29, 2017
Today’s guest is a Mixergy listener who sent me an email saying he had built his business and was ready to come on to tell his story. Peter Friis is the founder of ESSIO, which makes the world’s first aromatherapy diffuser for the shower. We’ll talk about what that means and how he did...

How Diego Saez Gil built a smart luggage company into a multi-million dollar company

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Mar 6, 2017
Imagine you’re a venture capitalist looking at investments all day long and this guy from Argentina walks into your office and says, “I’ve got this great idea. It’s luggage.” Luggage? Really? Well, if you continued that conversation–and didn’t run...

How Warby Parker founder built a unicorn

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Mar 1, 2017
Long before starting Mixergy, I lived in New York, where I grew up. I remember going to Austin Street in Queens to buy glasses back when I wore glasses. I thought that by going into the local store and picking out the different brands and shelling out hundreds of dollars. I thought that I was...

How Lori Taylor is building her company for an exit from day one

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Feb 22, 2017
Today I have an interview with a former sales rep for a printing company who created an commerce company that sells dog food and dog supplements. It’s doing really well so invited her here to talk about how she did it and why we need another site that sells pet food. Lori Taylor is the founder...

How Nikolay Piriankov turned custom engagement rings into an online business

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Feb 10, 2017
Today I’ve got a guest who tried to get rich fast and instead, he lost a bunch of money. It’s one of those things that’s easier to smile about in retrospect, but at the time was painful. But today he’s running a company where he’s trying to get rich and the speed is...

How to land partnerships with big national brands

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Dec 19, 2016
Today’s guest had a problem. He wanted to give a card. He wanted to pay for a friend’s dinner remotely. He couldn’t do it and said, “I think there’s a solution here. I think I can build it.” And he built it up and my team of researchers talked to him. We...

How Chip Baker got into the business of marijuana

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Dec 12, 2016
Before I tell you about today’s guest, I want to tell you that I was watching the election results and saw that marijuana was legalized in California. I didn’t sit back and say, “Great, now I can smoke.” I said, “Great. I wonder who is building a business that is going to profit from...

The launch story behind The Honest Company

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Nov 14, 2016
Recently I had my second child which means I’ve been chugging soda because I’m up all night. After you have kids there’s this conversation that has never happened before about things like the kind of detergent are you using. My wife told me that we have to use this certain detergent from...

Former SuperStats co-founder on his $30M daily deals site

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Oct 17, 2016
Today’s guest has been running a company that’s really big but I’d never heard of it. Once I did hear about I couldn’t stop looking into it. Today’s guest is Jeremy Young, founder of Tanga, which is an online deals site. For me, if the deal site includes electronics I just get...

Bouqs will overtake 800-Flowers and FTD

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Sep 14, 2016
If you think that headline is an exaggeration, you should know The Bouqs Company is already doing 10s of millions in annual sales. [insert founder’s name], the flower company’s founder, says his advantage is shipping diredirectly from flower farms to customers. Meanwhile, the...

How married co-founders deal with anxiety while running a business

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Aug 17, 2016
My hope is that as you’re building your company, you’re listening to this. Or maybe as you’re running into work, or as you’re driving into work, you’re listening to this and you use it to build a company. I hope that you’ll give me the honor of letting me...

How to use community to grow a physical product (even in a crowded market)

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Aug 10, 2016
Because I do these interviews I get invited to speak at conferences. Well, a few months ago I was at a speaker dinner for a conference and the organizer said to me, “Andrew, you’ve got to come meet this woman. She just launched this bag company.” Bag company? What’s so exciting about...

Three companies, three successes. Here’s how…

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Aug 5, 2016
Starting a company is really hard. Succeeding at a company is really hard. So when I find someone who’s done it three times, built three successful companies, I want to understand how he did it. That’s exactly what Travis Schneider did. Travis is the guy who first founded StarBrand...

How selling dog toys led to a $30,000,000 software idea

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Jul 22, 2016
The guest you’re about to hear from is someone who had a problem and created software to solve the problem for himself. Others started saying, “Hey, we have that problem too; can we use your software?” And he said no. He said ‘no’ a few times before he realized he should be saying...

The story behind one of the biggest exits in Spain in 2015

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Jul 15, 2016
Joining me today is an entrepreneur who tried to order some food and it didn’t work out so well. He had very few options, it wasn’t a good experience, and he decided he could do it better. And he did. He did way better. Jose del Barrio started a company called La Nevera Roja—“The Red...

An open discussion on improving Mixergy with the founder of Ties.com

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Jul 1, 2016
I was at a conference a few weeks ago and this guy comes up to me and he says, “Hey, it’s Omar.” And I recognized him because he and I have been emailing since 2010–about six years now. He says, “You know, Andrew, I think you could be doing a better job on...

How Mitchell Harper built a $100,000,000 company, failed, and got back up

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Jun 22, 2016
I hope that decades from now people go back to these interviews to learn from this crop of entrepreneurs. And one I’ll be most proud is my interview with Mitchell Harper of BigCommerce. He’s a guy who started out bootstrapping, who built an incredible company, and who came on to talk about...

How Jeff Booth went from builder to tech builder with BuildDirect

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Jun 13, 2016
Often what we see are entrepreneurs who find this deep pain that a customer has, sometimes their own, and they find a solution for the problem that causes the pain. That’s what we’ve got here today, an entrepreneur who did just that. His name is Jeff Booth. He’s the founder of...

How Caren Merrick started WebMethods in her basement and helped build it to a public company that sold for $546 million

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Jun 8, 2016
A few weeks ago, I got an email back from one of our fans who said, “I heard this interview you did and I thought maybe I should volunteer to do an interview.” As I read her backstory, I couldn’t believe how much she’d done and I said to the team, “Find a way....

How Dollar Beard Club is hitting $8M in its first 8 months

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May 25, 2016
I was so skeptical of today’s guest’s revenue that I asked him to show me his Stripe data. He did and as you’ll see in this interview, I was SHOCKED when I saw the numbers. Chris Stoikos says he was the kind of guy who always had trouble focusing on one thing. At the time he...

How Russell Brunson solved the biggest challenge of online sales

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May 18, 2016
Today’s guest was selling things online and was really good at it, but he had this problem… It took a long time to make funnels. Frankly, that’s a problem that I have too. Every part of creating a sales experience is challenging. So, he said, “I’m going to build a...

How a founder’s mindset got Quest Nutrition to $400,000,000

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May 13, 2016
Every ten days or so, I get a box of these delivered to the office. It’s Quest Protein bars. Actually, this one I just discovered recently, a chocolate version of the Quest bar. For a long time, I just kind of assumed the company behind it was some big manufacturing company that was maybe...

How to use SEO hacks to get proof of concept

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Apr 27, 2016
Joining me today is a Mixergy fan was working at Amazon and had this crazy idea—why not create a product and sell it on Amazon? So he ran a test—which I think is really interesting—and when the test was successful he went for it. He built the business and now Joerg Kundrath is the...

How improving one page can 4x your sales

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Mar 14, 2016
You know how everyone talks about the different pages on your site and how you can improve them to dramatically grow your business? Well, the truth is, there’s actually one page that might have more impact than all of those combined, one page that can actually 4x your sales, says...

How a small denim company got visibility among hundreds of competitors

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Feb 19, 2016
Emilie Whitaker is the co-founder of Beija-Flor, a jeans company that makes jeans for women by women. In this interview you’ll hear how a gift from Emilie’s mom led to a denim company that solved a specific problem for women. The two launched the company from a living room and...

How a sewing class led to a former actress’s successful clothing business

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Jan 11, 2016
Almost all the founders we have on Mixergy are tech entrepreneurs, like the founders of Airbnb, Y Combinator, etc. But I’ve found that when I have non-tech founders on, the audience really connects with them. So today I have for you an actress who started a clothing line. I want to find out...

How Stephen Somers turned selling stuff on Amazon into an art form

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Jan 8, 2016
Stephen Somers is a co-founder of Marketplace SuperHeroes, which teaches anyone how to start an international eCommerce business selling on Amazon.

How to be competitive without lowering prices (Or cheapening a brand)

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Dec 18, 2015
In this interview you’ll hear what today’s guest did to survive the “Y Combinator Effect”...

How Ugallery cofounders used design to bring artists and buyers together online

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Dec 4, 2015
But how do you get potential customers to pull out their credit cards...

Get emancipated from your business through automation

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Nov 11, 2015
In this interview, you'll hear how Chad built his vacuum accessories business way beyond Amazon and freed himself to grow a software company...

How the guy who challenged Mark Cuban built a $10M niche clothing company

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Nov 6, 2015
Scott Jordan got his start in the family business selling cemetery plots door-to-door…

How Tinyme hit $5M making personalized toys

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Oct 26, 2015
Today we're going to find out about the company behind those gifts...

The marketing techniques behind the success of Electric Styles

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Oct 19, 2015
Joining me is a Mixergy fan who wondered what would happen if he took everything he knew about online marketing and...

How a 24-year-old sold his INC 5000 company and became an “anti-entreprenuer” – Jonathan Levi

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Oct 5, 2015
Today's guest wanted to buy auto parts online and couldn't do it properly. The process really stunk. So, he created...

How a former Navy SEAL created a new kind of sports drink from scratch

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Oct 2, 2015
I usually talk about tech startups and intangible things like software but today we're going to talk about an off-line business...

How Acenda founder brought a family business online

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Sep 18, 2015
For about $6,000 in 1995 Gavin Mandelbaum turned his family's infant product store into...

How to recover after being sued by a big company

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Aug 17, 2015
You’ll hear a lot of people talk about how one of the first things that happens when you start a business is that you could get sued. But no one really talks about what happens WHEN you get sued...

How to use the media to grow your business

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Aug 7, 2015
Andreea Ayers is the founder of Tees for Change, a t-shirt company which she built through media...

How to build a successful eCommerce site

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Jul 29, 2015
Today's guest is the founder of several eCommerce sites. But it's one of his sites that really interests me...

Amy didn’t show up to do this interview

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Apr 14, 2015
She sent her husband. That's fine. But when I couldn't get anything more meaningful than...

Mentor Night Series: How John Ellis successfully created “a Pinterest for dudes”

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Feb 27, 2015
So imagine this. You watch Pinterest take off, but its considered a site for women...

How a Mixergy Premium Member built a company selling copper moonshine stills

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Feb 25, 2015
Joining me is a Mixergy fan who says these interviews helped him build what's becoming a million dollar business...

How do you launch a physical product from an idea?

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Feb 23, 2015
A few days ago, I talked to a Mixergy Premium member about what he thought was missing from the site. He said...

How to start a movement (and get traffic doing it)

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Feb 11, 2015
My original goal with today's interview is to find out how a blogger is getting so much traffic to her site. But today's guest is more than a blogger...

UGG: The Birth of a Brand

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Jan 23, 2015
How do you build a billion dollar brand if you have no marketing experience?
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How to launch (and price) your product

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Dec 16, 2014
Ryan Delk has helped all kinds of entrepreneurs launch their products. In his Mixergy course, he shows you his proven approach for a killer product launch. Here are three highlights from the course...

The genius way this content site is monetizing

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Dec 8, 2014
I noticed some content sites making money by running deals. The company behind those deals was founded by a Mixergy fan, so I invited him to talk about how he did it...

DC-based startup hit $1,000,000 in sales in its first year

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Nov 21, 2014
This is the story of how paying attention to a problem of visually impaired classmate helped a Mixergy fan launch a hit product.

Raven + Lily, turning bullets into jewelry

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Oct 17, 2014
After this interview, I bought my wife a beautiful Raven + Lily necklace that's made out of discarded bullets. It was created by Ethiopian women who were ostracized by their communities because they have HIV/AIDS. When...

How finding the right business partner turned a stay-at-home mom with a great idea into a full-blown entrepreneur

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Oct 6, 2014
In the startup world, people often talk about the 20-something-year-old guy who makes apps for other 20-something-year-old guys until they sell their companies for billions of dollars. But those stories aren’t the only ones worth telling...

How a financial advisor who didn’t believe in his company quit his job, grew a beard, and built a bearded lifestyle business

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Oct 3, 2014
What is a yeard? You'll find out in this interview--and how it led Eric Bandholz to build a profitable lifestyle business…

How Jonathan Beekman turned $1k into $2,500,000 with Man Crates

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Sep 24, 2014
This is the story of a founder who made a promise to his wife that he wouldn't spend too much money launching his site...

How big of a business can an entrepreneur build by selling headsets?

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Sep 15, 2014
Mike Faith was having trouble when the headsets he bought weren't working very well. Six weeks later, he started a business selling better headsets...

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