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How Robby Berthume survived a business partner fallout, embezzlement, tax audits, and divorce

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Aug 22, 2016
A weeks ago I got an email from someone I’ve interviewed in the past, a guy named Robby Berthume. I want to share part of that email for you so you know why I’m doing this interview. He wrote, “It’s been a while since we last spoke and quite a bit has changed. As you know I became a...

Can a print newsletter be profitable?

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Aug 19, 2016
This interview I’m going to be talking to someone who I’ve been hearing so much about internally at Mixergy, especially from my mentor, who’s a huge fan and a subscriber.

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...

Growth systems used by churches that you can apply to your business

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Aug 15, 2016
What’s interesting to me is that I keep thinking of businesses as serving the same groups of customers. And maybe that feeling inside me has been exaggerated since I moved to San Francisco where it feels like everyone is trying to create a consumer-based business for the same group of...

Find what sucks (and make it better)

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Aug 12, 2016
Joining me today is an entrepreneur who saw something, well, that sucked. It sucked pretty badly. He said, “I think I can do better than that. In fact, I know I can.” So, he started. He built it up and he built it and built it and it that ended up being better than the local...

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...

How flipping one house led to a multi-million dollar company building luxury homes

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Aug 8, 2016
Today I’ve got a non-tech interview for you. I heard about a woman who started flipping homes. She flipped one home–I don’t even know if it was intentional–but she sold it and that got her started on a career that led to her running a company that builds custom homes....

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...

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 Sprinklr became a billion dollar unicorn

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Jul 29, 2016
What you’ll notice when you look out into the entrepreneurial landscape is that most people don’t even see changes as they happen. It’s not until years later that they realize there’s been a big shift in the market. Well, today’s guest saw the big shift. One that went from email...

A guide to InVision’s lean growth hacking

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Jul 27, 2016
The guest who you’re about to meet has a software that has been used by almost every serious designer and design firm out there. That’s exciting enough for me but what makes it even more exciting is that he’s one of the first Mixergy fans. I’m in awe of what he’s built. Today’s...

The $300M SaaS startup you haven’t heard of yet

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Jul 25, 2016
Have you ever felt like the company you started is not the right one? What do you do in a situation like that? Today’s guest says that he felt like that. He was tired of his business and felt a little stuck because it wasn’t growing as big as he wanted it to grow. So he came up with a new...

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...

How a techie dad built SellHack (while battling a life-changing diagnosis)

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Jul 18, 2016
We’ve got with us Ryan O’Donnell. He’s a guy who says that he and his cofounder are two techie dads who prefer to spend a coffee break in the middle of the day with their kids than with coworkers. They want to build the kind of company that they enjoy working in and that...

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...

How Ben Kirshner brought meritocracy to digital marketing

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Jul 13, 2016
Because I’ve been doing this for so long, I get recommendations for guests from people who’ve heard about Mixergy, who know about Mixergy’s history who want certain people to be interviewed here. A few months ago I got an email from a guy who said to me, “Andrew, you...

How simplicity helped Joel Holland grow Video Blocks to $20,000,000+

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Jul 11, 2016
Here is an entrepreneur who started shooting video and realizing that he was at a disadvantage… The reason that a lot of video we watch online and on television so interesting is that they have all these different shots. They don’t just start off with a scene. They start off with...

How Peter Muhlmann built a profitable review site

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Jul 8, 2016
In this interview, I’m going to be interviewing someone whose company I’m seeing a lot now. When I research companies, I often see that they have this little logo on their sites. It’s the Trustpilot logo. And I’ll be honest with you, when I first heard about this company,...

Former Apple Designer Now Works As A Pickle

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Jul 6, 2016
Russ Perry did this interview wearing the pickle costume that he often wears these days. He quit working at Apple because he wanted to spend more time with his daughter. To make money, he started a consulting company, which he hated. That’s when he came up with his big idea, Design Pickle....

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