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An exploration of the toolboxes of the amazing people leveraging the internet to build audiences, foster growth, and generate wealth. The guests diverge in some areas, but converge in others, displaying the shared traits that lead to success. Every week, host Brandon Zhang aims to uncover the guest's path to success and question them on the topics they know best. Past guests have included David Perell, Jack Butcher and Anthony Pompliano.
 
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Today, I am speaking with Fabrizio Rinaldi, the co-founder of Mailbrew and Typefully. Mailbrew is a product aiming to reduce our reliance on social feeds and curate a healthy information diet. Typefully creates a clean location for people to draft and write tweets. On today's episode, we cover Mailbrew's approach to growth marketing, Mailbrew's fut…
 
On today's episode I speak with Eric Jorgenson, the Product Strategy guy at Zaarly and the author of the Almanack of Naval. We spend time discussing the forms and importance of leverage, building the infrastructure around online education, and the most unexpected benefit of publishing his book. Links: Eric's Twitter The Almanack of Naval Eric's Per…
 
On today's episode I speak with Bilal Zaidi, an ex-Googler and the current founder of Creator Lab, a leading entrepreneurship podcast and digital marketing consultancy. Bilal has had over 15 years of experience helping startups and fortune 500 brands grow through marketing, partnerships and business developing, including 7 and a half years at Googl…
 
On today's episode, I speak with Kevin Lee, the co-founder of Immi, a CPG food brand paying homage to their favorite childhood dishes but reimagining them to fit our modern diets. Immi just launched three different products in their first vertical, Ramen. Amidst the busy launch, Kevin took time to talk with us about the process of creating healthy …
 
Carlos Gonzalez de Villaumbrosia is the Founder and CEO of Product School, the global leader in product management training with a community of over one million product professionals. Product School instructors are real-world Product Leaders working at top companies including Google, Facebook, Netflix, Airbnb, PayPal, Uber, and Amazon. Links: Carlo…
 
Today, my good friend Robbie Crabtree is returning to the show. Robbie's course Performative Speaking was recently acquired by On Deck, a company building a private goal-driven network platform and a new approach to continuous education (the name may sound familiar as I interviewed Erik Torenberg one of the founders, 5 episodes ago. Robbie has also…
 
Dan Go is the number one fitness coach for entrepreneurs and the owner of high performance founder. Dan focuses on helping busy founders create healthy routines and lifestyles that maximizes their energy through simple formulas. On today's episode we talk about starting an online coaching program, facing adversity and the biggest myths in fitness. …
 
Noah Kagan is currently the founder at Sumo Group which is made up AppSumo, a marketplace for the best deals in software, Sendfox, the most affordable newsletter solution, KingSumo, a giveaway platform to help you grow your email list. Before that, Noah was employee number 30 at Facebook and number 4 at Mint. In today’s episode, we talk about the m…
 
Today, I am speaking with Romeen Sheeth, the president at Metasys Technologies, a workforce management advisory firm based in Atlanta. Romeen is the host of the Square One Show, where he hosts conversations with founders, investors, and executives at the cutting edge of business. His past guests have included Andrew Yang, Sahil Lavingia, Hunter Wal…
 
Today Justin Mares joins the show to talk about the benefits of starting side hustles, the health and loneliness epidemics in the United States and his journey building two large CPG companies. Justin founded Kettle and Fire, the fastest growing bone broth brand in the country and Perfect Keto, which aims to offer better keto food and supplements t…
 
Today, Erik Torenberg joins the show to talk about unbundling higher education through On Deck, the best way to build career moats, and his favorite frameworks for hiring. Erik is the co-founder of both On Deck and Village Global. On Deck is an education company for the future and I greatly admire On Deck’s vision and prolific production, as they s…
 
On today’s show, I talk with Ben Tossell about the future of no-code, starting his own rolling fund, and the keys to building an online education community. Ben is the founder of Makerpad, a no-code education community. Makerpad started out as a side-project while he was running platform at Earnest Capital, but eventually Ben took the leap of faith…
 
On today's podcast, Thomas Frank is joining the show. Thomas is a Youtuber, Podcaster and writer focused on providing content that will make you more productive. Thomas launched the blog College Info Geek in 2010 and it is now one of the largest student advice sites reaching over 400,000 visitors, and his personal YouTube channel recently crossed 2…
 
On today’s episode Benji Hyman is joining the show to talk about managing agency work, building an online community and course, and how he and his co-founder Devesh created and sold a side project. Benji is one of the best content marketers in the space building in public and the co-founder of Grow and Convert, a content marketing agency separating…
 
On today’s episode, Cathryn Lavery joins us to talk about how she prepared for her jump to entrepreneurship, picking the right co-founder, and the keys to a successful Kickstarter campaign. Cathryn Lavery is the Founder & CEO of BestSelf Co — an organization dedicated to helping people become their best selves, fulfill their potential, and lead hap…
 
Today, Corey Haines, joins the show to talk about the mental models and psychology behind marketing, the keys to building internet communities, and how he used no-code to build a marketing job board. Corey writes marketing case studies at Swipefiles.co, teaches SaaS founders how to acquire and retain customers through his course Refactoring Growth,…
 
Today, Ari Lewis joins the show to talk about why everyone should start a newsletter, actionable lessons from Disney and Barstool, and what he learned from hiring a writing coach. Ari helps companies and thought leaders earn attention without paying for it. He hosts the podcast, “The Attention Economy,” where he talks with entrepreneurs, executives…
 
Today, George Mack joins the show talk about attracting luck, what high-performance lessons we can learn from Josh Waitzkin, sensory deprivation tanks, and the mental models behind video games. George specializes in growth marketing for e-commerce and tech businesses, and he studies how mental models influence our thinking. Links: 1. George's Twitt…
 
Today, Matt Ragland joins the show to talk about his recent decision to become a full-time creator, how to get better at bullet-journalling, and what goes into a perfect coaching experience. Matt used to work at both Convertkit and Podia, two companies geared towards helping creators turn their passions into a career. Matt has joined the ranks of t…
 
On today’s episode, I am talking with Juvoni Beckford, a Senior Software Engineer at Google. Juvoni is also the epitome of a lifelong learner as a voracious reader, a passionate community builder with a keen interest in systems, habits, and productivity methods. In today’s episode, we talk about building anti-libraries for reading, how Roam Researc…
 
Today, I am speaking with Hiten Shah, the co-founder of FYI, a company that helps you find your documents in 3 clicks or less. He previously co-founded CrazyEgg and KISSmetrics as well. In our conversation today we talk about how his upbringing shaped his entrepreneurial spirit, how to separate the forest from the weeds, and finding the definition …
 
Today, I am speaking with Ana Lorena Fabrega, she is a former elementary school teacher who is now an edupreneur, a passionate educator outside the classroom with a vision for the future of education and a strong desire to break the mold. She writes a weekly newsletter on education called Fab Fridays and hosts "Show and Tell" on Youtube with David …
 
On today's podcast, I speak with Anna Gat, the CEO and founder of Inter Intellect, a startup dedicated to bringing people together for intellectual discussions and salons. On today's episode, Anna and I talk about how Inter Intellect was created, finding your ikigai, and what goes into a perfect inter intellect salon meeting. 1. Interintellect 2. A…
 
On today's podcast, I'm speaking with August Bradley, an ex founder who helps small to mid-sized businesses enhance operations with Notion. August also recently created his Notion course, Pillars, Pipelines, and Vaults which he has created content around on his Youtube channel which has reached over 20,000 subscribers. On today's episode, we talk a…
 
On today's podcast, I interview Robbie Crabtree, a trial lawyer who is in the process of building out a transformative speaking curriculum at Performative Speaking. On today's episode, we discuss what that curriculum looks like, his love for pop culture, how we met, and why his favorite character is Harvey Specter. Performative Speaking From talkin…
 
On today’s episode I talk with Kaleigh Moore a freelance writer with present clients including AT&T, Shopify and Stripe. Kaleigh also writes about retail for publications like Forbes, Vogue Business and Adweek. In todays conversation, we talk about the apprenticeship model in freelancing, how she has streamlined her writing process and the future o…
 
On today's episode, I am talking with Nik Sharma, the CEO of Sharma Brands, which helps operate your favorite DTC Brands. Nik was the director of DTC at Hint Water and also led DTC e-commerce at Vayner Media. In today’s conversation, we talk about the importance of organic influencer marketing, DTC trends in the era of COVID, and what Nik looks for…
 
On today’s episode, I sit down with Nat Eliason, the founder of Growth Machine, an SEO content marketing agency. Nat is also the instructor of the premier Roam Research Course Effortless Output and the writer behind a personal blog that attracts millions of viewers every year. On the episode, we talk about why Nat loves Austin, the paradox of passi…
 
On today's episode, I am talking with Marie Poulin, Notion expert, Digital Ecosystems Connoisseur, and Youtube creator. Marie just launched her course Notion Mastery, teaching you how to master your life and business by building workflows in Notion, if you are interested check it out in the episode description. On today’s episode we talk about the …
 
On today’s episode, I talk with Ruben Harris founder of Career Karma, an amazing platform that connects people to coding boot camps and other networks in the tech field. Ruben also hosts, Breaking Into Startups, covering the untold stories of people thriving in Silicon Valley despite coming from unique and different backgrounds. In the episode we g…
 
Today, I am talking with James Clear, the author of Atomic Habits, the Number 1 New York Times Best Seller which has sold over 1 million copies worldwide. James has been writing on his blog since 2012 and has over 800,000 people subscribed to his 3-2-1 newsletter. On today’s episode, we talk about habits association with identity, how to apply ment…
 
On today’s episode I am interviewing Gaby Goldberg, Gaby is currently an investor at ChapterOne and studies Symbolic Systems, a major combining computer science, philosophy, linguistics, and psychology at Stanford University. Chapter One is an early stage product fund focused on the future of work, developer tools and subscription businesses. On to…
 
Today, I am talking with Polina Marinova, founder of the Profile, a media company focused on improving your content diet by producing in-depth profiles on some of the most interesting people in the world. I read it every single Sunday morning. Polina has built a community of tens of thousands of readers who regularly attend webinars, Q&As and other…
 
Today, I am talking with Steve Schlafman, a recovering VC, current Angel Investor and the founder of High Output, a boutique leadership development company based in New York City. Steve wants to help help entrepreneurs bring their boldest visions to life and help them evolve into extraordinary leaders. On today’s show, we discuss the future of New …
 
Today, I am talking with Anthony Pompliano, also known as Pomp. Pomp shares his knowledge of finance, business, and bitcoin to 350,000 followers on Twitter, 50,000 newsletter subscribers, and millions of listeners on his podcast, educating people on all the things money that we were not taught in school. In the episode, we talk about how the US eco…
 
Today, I am talking with David Perell, an astute writer, journalistic podcaster, and the instructor of the online course, Write of Passage. I am consistently amazed by David's clear, original insights and his prolific production. In today's episode, we analyze the journey of Write of Passage, why colleges should double down on the liberal arts, and…
 
Today, I will be talking with Oliver Cantin, the owner of two successful online agencies within marketing and health coaching. Oliver has over 13,000 followers on Twitter and has over 15 years of experience in sales and marketing. On the episode, we discuss Oliver’s journey and failures as he ventured into online business, the one key skill that ev…
 
Today, I am chatting with Rishi Tripathy, a recent Duke Graduate who will be joining On Deck. This summer, Rishi worked as an apprentice to Steve Schlafman, the founder of High Output and Angel Investor. On the episode, we will talk about the meaning of Ikigai, what Rishi learned during his apprenticeship, the future of education, and what it means…
 
Today, I am talking with Packy McCormick, author of the Not Boring newsletter. Packy aims to make events in business and strategy “not boring,” interjecting pop culture references, using a conversational tone and the public has loved it, in the last couple of months, the Not Boring newsletter has risen to over 7800 subscribers and is one the fastes…
 
Today, I am talking with Khe Hy. Khe is a professional blogger who writes about transforming your relationship with time, money, and work after leaving Wall Street himself after 15 years. Khe teaches the course “Supercharge your Productivity,” about mastering Notion and has over 20,000 email subscribers. On the episode, we talk about his entreprene…
 
Today I am talking with Brett Goldstein, a former product manager at both Clearbit and Google who is now writing his newsletter “Social Studies” and part of the On Deck Fellowship Cohort 4. In the episode, we discuss the future unbundling of higher education and the role of online courses, what it is like being part of an accelerator program, and w…
 
Today, I am speaking with Jack Butcher, a designer and strategist who is the founder and CEO of Visualize Value. I found out about Visualize Value, a design studio and consumer brand, through Twitter where Jack has over over 86,000 followers on his two accounts. On the show, we talk about how he left 10 years of corporate advertising to create Visu…
 
Today, I get to talk with Steph Smith, a growth marketer, writer, and indie maker. Steph quit her job in management consulting and a 2-hour commute 4 years ago and has been working remotely ever since. On the podcast, we talk about why she started to write online and her writing framework, the 7 myths of learning to code, and how to stand out on th…
 
Today, I am speaking with Salman Ansari, a startup founder, writer, creative and polymath. I discovered Salman through the Write of Passage community and have grown to love his work documenting his creative journey after leaving Facebook. In the episode, we discuss conversational energy, what makes books resonate, the principles of a polymath and t…
 
Today, I have the privilege to talk with Anne-Laure, founder of Ness Labs, an online community focused on using neuroscience-based content to make the most of their minds. Anne-Laure has built her weekly newsletter, Maker Mind, to over 13,000 active participants and hosts different online events and workshops. On the podcast, we discuss mindful pro…
 
Today, I am chatting with Tem, founder of his company Optemization, where he consults entrepreneurs and startups on no-code organization tools, so that they can learn faster and get to the work that actually matters. We talk about going to boarding school, his time leading InnoVention society at NYU, his startup journey, and why he loves Notion. Li…
 
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