Rick Cesari

Episode 543: 5 keys to building a great brand, with Rick Cesari.

Rick Cesari is the Founder and CEO of Cesari Media — one of the top brand building and response generating agencies in North America. Rick has been a pioneer in the direct response industry since the early 90s and has used brand response techniques to build many iconic brands. Products like The Juiceman, Sonicare, The George Foreman Grill, and OxiClean. Rick has helped companies like GoPro grow from a startup to over $1 billion in sales. He is the author of two books with his latest entitled, “Building Billion Dollar Brands.” Rick’s latest venture is “Cesari Ignite” where his team helps business owners and CEOs on create strategies, structure, and accelerated growth for their businesses.

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Adam Hudson

Episode 542: Just solve the problem, with Adam Hudson.

Adam Hudson is a serial entrepreneur who has built several multi-million dollar companies in both Australia and the United States. Adam is an Amazon thought leader & has been featured in Sky Business News, the Brian Tracy show, Eventual Millionaire Podcast, USA Today, The Wall Street Journal, WebRetailer.com, Inc.com, and Newsweek. He currently owns an Amazon marketing services firm, a homewares brand (that sells its products exclusively through Amazon into more than 30 countries), and Reliable Education, an online education company where they teach how to build profitable Amazon businesses and generate reliable income streams.

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Ty Crandall

Episode 541: Build your business credit, with Ty Crandall.

Ty Crandall is an internationally known speaker, author, and business credit expert. With over 17 years of financial experience, Ty is recognized as an authority in business credit building and is the author of two books on credit named Perfect Credit and Business Credit Decoded and has been featured by Entrepreneur, Inc, and Forbes. Ty currently serves as the CEO at Credit where he has helped create and grow one of the biggest and most credible business coaching operations in the United States.

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Jason Treu

Episode 540: Success starts from the inside-out, with Jason Treu.

Jason Treu is an executive coach who works with senior leaders to help fully develop their leadership potential and increase their performance. He does this through deep self-inquiry, practical skill development, and shared experiences. Jason also has "in the trenches experience" helping build a billion dollar company and working with many Fortune 100 companies. He's worked alongside well-known CEOs such as Steve Jobs, Mark Hurd, Mark Cuban, and many others. Through his coaching and influential network, his clients have met industry titans such as Tim Cook, Bill Gates, Richard Branson, Peter Diamandis, Chris Anderson, high profile VCs, and investment bankers. He's also helped his clients create more than $1 billion dollars in wealth over the past three years and secure seats on influential boards such as TED and xPrize.

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Tom Mulliez

Episode 539: Do the most impactful thing, with Tom Mulliez.

Tom Mulliez is a father, husband, entrepreneur, and the visionary behind iTREKKERS. Tom founded the company in 2014 after realizing that bringing together vetted professional captains and guides on one platform would help guarantee that everyone had a better experience in the outdoors. His mission is threefold: to get people to experience the outdoors through iTREKKERS; to help people get outdoors, period, by providing useful tips and referrals; and to educate people about the outdoors and ways to be mindful. For Tom, the only passion greater than a love of the outdoors is his love of family. Tom and his wife often spend time outdoors camping, at the beach, or on their boat with their three young children.

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Richard Chapo

Episode 538: Protect your business online, with Richard Chapo.

Richard Chapo is an Internet lawyer by day -- and -- avid traveler whenever he has time. Based in San Diego, Richard has been practicing law for nearly 25 years. He advises online businesses small and large on how best to comply with Internet laws while minimizing the chance of being dragged into litigation. He has represented companies in multi-million dollar insurance disputes, and in 1999, he took a sabbatical to teach at the Chita [cheetah ] State Technical University in Chita, Russia. Richard eventually returned to California and opened his current practice.

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Matt Inglot

Episode 537: Went from 80-hours to 20, with Matt Inglot.

Matt Inglot is the creator FreelanceTransformation.com where he helps freelance designers, developers, and marketers to win clients and build a dream lifestyle through freelancing. Matt's expertise comes from running a web agency for 11 years which he transformed from a traditional bricks and mortar office and 80 hour work week to significantly less work and far greater profitability. From that experience Matt has realized that most freelancers and consultants make life far more difficult for themselves than it needs to be.

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Patty Alper

Episode 536: Close the skills gap, with Patty Alper.

Patty Alper is author of “Teach to Work: How a Mentor, a Mentee, and a Project Can Close the Skills Gap in America.” Patty's 35-year career as an entrepreneur and business executive, coupled with two decades of hands-on experience working with youth, helps her understand the growing skills gap from both perspectives: the employers who seek to build a pipeline and hire better prepared youth for 21st century jobs, and the youth who are often ill equipped or ill trained to enter the new workforce. Patty bridges the business and academic sectors uniquely with a proven mentorship formula, told through best practices, case studies, and heartwarming true tales of youth.

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Adam Anderson

Episode 535: Cyber security checklist for small biz, with Adam Anderson.

Adam Anderson is a long-time small business owner who also happens to be one of the leading authorities on small business cyber security. He is a serial entrepreneur, author, founder, and chairman of Palmetto Security Group, an IBM Premier Cyber Security Business Partner. With 20 years in Cyber Security, Adam understands both sides of the Cyber Security equation in a way most experts don’t. Adam is also the co-author of the book, “Small Business Cyber Security: Your Customers Can Trust You...Right?” and he is on a mission to help fellow business owners find the answer to the question, "Should I even care about cyber security?"

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Bruce Eckfeldt

Episode 534: The 52 Habits, with Bruce Eckfeldt.

After 10-years of running the company he founded -- and having worked with dozens of early-stage founders and CEOs -- Bruce Eckfeldt developed 52 habits that help entrepreneurs be better managers -- because most entrepreneurs struggle to be good managers. And now Bruce shares a habit a week with his ever growing community -- which are easy to use tips on how to apply them to your day-to-day work and grow your business faster and easier.

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