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Melvin Price is the Real thing. A hard-working, humble, relatable giant of a man, he makes everyone around him feel at ease. While he towers over most people, he is grounded, honest, and friendly. And he has a great idea.
Several years of work (and a significant set back) have led him to the "ready for investment" stage of the building of his business. His idea has potential, but it is worth listening to the man to learn about dealing with mistakes, learning, and knowing when and how to pivot. We could go on and on about Melvin... but maybe you should listen to him...
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Adam Silver is a Multi-preneur, Solopreneur, creative, servant, husband, father, and in general - extremely energetic and FUNNY guy. We were lucky enough to engage in a far-reaching conversation with him about entrepreneurship, startups, his company, his podcastS (yes, plural)
Listen and be amazed....
Jim Vaughan and Ryan Kole of VCapital discuss the intricacies of, and opportunities for, StartUps and Individual Investors. This podcast is informative from many perspectives, and for many reasons. And... it's funny!
YSA'a Resident Futurist, Isaac Naor, talks about Transformative Experiences. How they happen, why we need them to happen, and how they usually happen when we are OUT in the world.
Kuba (Jakub) Lipinski has some interesting ideas. One of them was to start a development company that asserted itself as a Thought Leader. Based in Warsaw, Poland, Polidea is a company on the move. Mobile Apps, IoT, and other fascinating developments saw Kuba grow from being an engineer to a leader, because he found out how much he had to learn. And fortunately, he hired people to help him learn these critical points. His company has grown, added and lost people, and been a learning journey for him.
The more we interview people in and around the StartUp World, the more excited we are about the opportunities that exist.
Technology, neuroscience, team building, planning, sales, leadership, branding, social media... we are going to have so many people address PROFOUND issues here....
What does the StartUp Ecvangelist @ HP think is GOING to happen? Listen to this podcast and find out. Vitaly Golomb brings a A Global View (he was born in Odessa, Ukraine), with a tech mentality (he lives and works in Silicon Valley) and the humanity of his point of view gets our attention. @vitalyg
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The shortest distance between an idea and a business is: "Why doesn't anyone...(Fill in the blank)??
Scott MacGregor saw that something needed significant improvement, and he did something about it. 24 months later, he has a thriving, award - winning, profitable business! Listen to Scott & John discuss Something New. www.somethingnewnow.com
Keith Saarloos will not tell you that StartUps are all fun and games. He will probably not encourage you to start one. What he WILL do is tell you the truth... the way he sees it.
From his farm in Santa Ynez, California, Keith manages family, farming, winemaking, a tasting room, and a launch pad for other startups. All of this is done under the banner: "Saarloos & Sons." Event though he is the son that started the business. Listen. Laugh. Learn,
Angel & Eric started serving startups and small business ten years ago. Since then, then they have found their way onto Radio Stations across the United States with "Experience Pros" - the one source for POSITIVE talk on the radio! Entrepreneurs who understand what it takes, these two have a fascinating story of how they began working together, what Experience Pros is about... and why a positive attitude makes such a difference!
One of the unforeseen, unplanned and wonderful benefits of producing the podcast is that we get to learn... a lot.
Listen as our host John Klymshyn (@TheStrtUpCoach) talks about the 4 things he sees as reliable Keys To StartUp Success... and he welcomes listeners from across the globe! Poland, Germany, France, Australia... Texas! All of our listeners need to get connected to each other, and see if we can learn, laugh and live a better startup life!
Tim Wrightman, Winner of Supper Bowl XX with the Chicago Bears,is a 21st Century Renaissance Man.
Tim leads a life of exploration, discovery and innovation. He owns and operate a hunting and fishing estate in Idaho. He is a naturalist, an outdoorsman, a speaker, entrepreneur, athlete, and teacher. Listen and learn about how he has achieved so much in his lifetime... and learn what (surprisingly) he is most proud of!
Reza Chowdhury has had a sort-of-typical, sort-of-Atypical journey to his current life in the StartUp World. Founder and CEO of Alley Watch, http://www.alleywatch.com/ His company also publishes La Tech Watch http://www.latechwatch.com/
He keeps readers in 200 countries abreast of 2 very significant and dynamic StartUp EcoSystems: New York's and Los Angeles'. Listen to a dynamic and fast - moving interview, as John finds out what he thinks people should pay attention to.
Known for innovation and passion, Amro Albanna leads the way in Riverside, CA for others to create, build, and operate successful businesses. He is the founder of ieCrowd, and his life is focused on bringing ideas and discoveries from research institutions into the world of commerce. Listen as John interviews this dynamic, driven man discuss his theory of "Harmony With Stakeholders."
Isaac Naor is a designer, futurist, patent-holder, inventor, thinker, father, husband, and overall creative and happy man. So, why would we ask him to appear on our podcast? Because of his views, passion and ability to inspire all of us to design, create, and build. Listen as John interviews someone with boundless enthusiasm. It will out you in a better mood!
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Marc Fischer and Rob Pope, Co -Founders of App Studio DogTown Media discuss how they figure out what it means to be co-founders. Who does what, and when? How do you leverage each others' strengths? How does it call come together to build a sustainable StartUp?
Who would have thought that the way citizens (veterans and civilians alike) could start to leverage technology to close the loop on the myriad Health and Human Services that they may hve access to, need for, or interest in? Well, Taylor Justice did. Unite Us is up and running in more than 15 cities now, and is growing. Listen and learn how he came up with the idea, what it took to get it going, and where he and Unite Us are headed.
It is a StartUp World! John Klymshyn (Coach K) goes SOLO in this entry, walking listeners through where the Your StartUp Advisors journey has taken listeners and guests.
In addition, this podcast delves into how to plan your next 12 months of StartUp Life, regardless of what time of year you listen to this podcast!
Phil McKinney, former CTO for Hewlett Packard (HP) left that to run the Innovation Process for Cable Labs (The Cable Industry's Innovation center) offers insight into HOW to innovate.
As far as he is concerned: Nothing is obvious. From there, we must work his process for discovery and breakthrough.
Phil is an author, consultant, and radio show host. We could not be more excited to have him for 44 minutes!
Ishveen Anand is an impressive person. Not only is she an Oxford Grad, she is a Forbes 30under30, and she was willing (actually- the whole thing was her idea) to record a Coaching Conversation, where she discussed (and received some guidance) on how to build her Sales Team. The audio Quality on this episode is... not the best. But don't let that prevent you from LEARNING from her ideas, her questions... and my advice to her.
Matt Dallas has quietly helped build a company in a space that many have been counting "out" for years: Hard Copy Publishing. He is with N2 Publishing, and they actually PRINT a hardcopy newsletter! They sell ads, and they have guests writers, and people LOVE it. Listen to this revealing and inspiring interview with a genuinely nice guy... who sells, leads, and takes risks... while building a StartUp that is specific, targeted, and unique.
Marc Stoiber, author of "The DIY Brand Build Guide" has great stories, simple truths and ... a great sense of humor. His international experience, willingness to help others and his creativity made for one of the most lively interviews we have conducted to date. Learn about his book, his process, and how he makes things SIMPLE. (Which, by the way... is not EASY to do...)