Hack the Entrepreneur
Jon Nastor – founder of Digital Commerce Partners and host of Hack The Entrepreneur reveals the fears, habits, and inner-battles behind big name entrepreneurs and those on the path to success. Whichever tactics and strategies you’re looking for, Hack the Entrepreneur can and will help you get your business going and growing.
Read more: The Scientific Process of Building a Business
My guest today is a creator, user experience expert, eternal optimist, and an entrepreneur. Back in 2002, he started building businesses as the founder and head creative behind The Paper, an independent and online student newspaper. Then, due to an injury that had him bedridden, he taught himself to code. With this newfound skill, he…
Read more: Why You Need to Touch the Entrepreneurial Fire
My guest today is a logistics specialist, podcaster, and entrepreneur. From 2010 – 2014, my guest was the founder and President of Capital Freight Management, an online freight management, trucking and supply chain services company. He is currently the cofounder and CEO of Outlier, an online publication, co-working space, and conference series aimed at entrepreneurs…
Read more: The Power of Constructive Impatience
My guest today is a musician, author, and an entrepreneur who has spent the past 21 years writing, creating, and building things to help musicians, authors, and creative entrepreneurs use their talents to make a living and make a difference.
Read more: Business is a Team Sport
My guest today founded and built a window and pressure cleaning company in Michigan. With his passion for business systems, he pushed the company to over $150,000 a month in revenue. In 2015, he sold the company to a national buyer and moved to Costa Rica with his family. He now runs two online businesses…
Read more: The Reluctant Path to Becoming an Entrepreneur
My guest today is a digital marketer, dad, self-proclaimed nerd, traveler, and an entrepreneur. After 12 years in IT, my guest decided he’d had enough of punching a clock every day. He decided to try and make the move to working remotely one day per week, but his boss was having none of it. So,…