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Digging into the brilliant model behind CreativeLive

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Mar 20, 2017
Today’s entrepreneur is someone whose business model makes so much freaking sense. I wish I had done it. His name is Chase Jarvis and he’s the founder of CreativeLive, the world’s largest live-streaming education company. The thing that’s amazing about it is that he has celebrity...

How Sam Ovens is helping everyday people start their own consulting businesses

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Mar 3, 2017
I’ll be honest with you. I felt guilt about an interview that I did years ago with today’s guest. This was back in, let me see here, 2013. I interviewed Sam Ovens about how he built up this consulting business and was teaching people how to do consulting. I thought maybe I got taken...

Proven marketing tactics from Mark Dawson’s Self Publishing Formula

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Jan 25, 2017
Today I’ve got an author which may seem a little different but it’s really not. I used to think that authors don’t actually make money from their books. I thought they built up a reputation and make money selling consulting services but that the books are kind of a loss. And then I met...

How a list nerd grew Ranker.com to 27,000,000 monthly visitors

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Jan 6, 2017
I was a jerk to today’s guest years ago. Here’s what happened. About six years ago, Clark Benson came on to do an interview with me and was really excited about this company he had just launched. It was called Ranker, but I didn’t want to talk to you about it. What I wanted to...

How The Penny Hoarder became a $20M dollar blog

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Dec 21, 2016
I’m afraid people might skip this interview because the company is called The Penny Hoarder and they want to hear about a big tech company like Zapier. But those people will be making a huge mistake. The company you’re about to hear about is doing phenomenally well and it’s simply a...

How to master your life (from the master of time management)

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Dec 7, 2016
I mostly interview founders in the tech and software space but as you can see today, I sometimes venture outside that space when a guest is especially interesting. Today I’ve got Brian Tracy. He is the Chairman and CEO of Brian Tracy International, a company specializing in the training and...

How legendary copywriter Joe Sugarman gets his creativity

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Nov 28, 2016
Last year I took a little bit of time off to go to my sister’s wedding on an estate in Hawaii, and when we got to this place, my wife looked out and she said, “This is gorgeous.” We’re from San Francisco and we’ve never seen so much grass. My brother looked around...

What changes after a $50,000,000 cash exit?

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Nov 23, 2016
Back in 2013 I got an email from Jason Nazar announcing that his company DocStoc was being acquired by Intuit. But what was interesting to me was how he started the company back in 2006 as a site that helped you embed your documents on other sites, like MySpace. But the world changed and...

Two taboo topics with James Altucher

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Nov 21, 2016
I got an email from James Altucher, who I’ve had here on Mixergy several times, and he said, “Hey Andrew, just wanted to mention some things that have changed since I was last on your podcast.” Usually that’s kind of a boring email, but James had me. There were a lot of lines in there...

The challenge of letting go for a founder who is running everything

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Oct 14, 2016
The person you’re about to meet is Anthony James ad he has an incredible story. Anthony decided he wanted to create a Linux focused website and it expanded. He is the founder of Linux Academy, which offers online training and certification in Linux, AWS, OpenStack and DevOps. I want to get...

Why Alex Osenenko thinks your service business is scalable

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Sep 28, 2016
A while back I got an email from today’s guest, who said, “Hi Andrew. I’m listening to your July 25th interview with Glenn Elliott and I can’t help but write you this note. One of the first things that Glenn said was the digital marketing company that he founded trapped...

How a husband and wife turned proofreading into million dollar idea

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Sep 23, 2016
My focus is tech and software entrepreneurs who have big revenues or big exits. Today I’ve got an entrepreneur who’s not exactly tech, but I read about her story in a Business Insider article that was published about a year ago, how she and her husband were traveling through South...

Is Nathan Latka a bulls%@# artist?

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Sep 16, 2016
Or is he an incredible promoter of his personal brand and his podcast?

Neil Patel on building (and leaving) Kissmetrics

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Aug 3, 2016
When you hear that a founder left the company, don’t you internally wonder what happened? What happened to the company that made the founder leave? Well, joining me right now is Neil Patel. He is the founder of Kissmetrics, a company that he’s no longer with day to day. Kissmetrics...

The Tim Sykes interview

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Aug 1, 2016
Pretty much since I got started here at Mixergy, I’ve done interviews with this guy who you’re about to see today. And every time I talk to him, it feels like his business is growing. He’s largely growing it using social media, which is where I first found out about him. He...

How an Italian startup is helping brands connect with influencers

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Jun 27, 2016
I was talking to one of my customers recently and I said, “How are you getting your customers?” He and his cofounder had a line of makeup. I said, “How do you compete in the makeup space? Where are you getting your customers?” And he said Instagram. I said, “So,...

The eternal truths of direct marketing

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Jun 24, 2016
If you went into my garage right now, you’d see boxes and boxes and boxes of books. In one of those boxes is a giant collection of big black books. I remember the ads that got me to buy them and the anticipation of having them come in the mail. It was the ads with one-sentence teasers of...

Working 80hrs/wk? No time to launch a company? Watch this interview

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May 16, 2016
Joining me today is a guy who I’m really proud to introduce to my audience. He’s a hard worker–and when I say hard worker, wait until you hear what this guy did. When you go to AP, and so many other sources, it feels like a human being wrote an article that’s interesting...

How to sell something other than your time

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May 2, 2016
If you’ve been listening to Mixergy for long enough, you probably know today’s guest came on a while back to teach a course. Just before we recorded the course, he said, “Andrew, this is private but I sold my company.” But he swore me to secrecy and I take that stuff very...

LeadPages founder on why you should be embarrassed by your first launch

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Apr 25, 2016
Joining me today is Clay Collins. He’s a guy who, back in 2012, came on to say that listening to Mixergy interviews inspired him to go from creating information products to creating software. At the time he only had two pieces of software that weren’t even connected into a company but he...

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