Welcome to another edition of Podcast Of The Week!
Podcast: MF CEO
Episode: How To Deal with the Highs and Lows
Any person’s life, no matter if they are “successful” or not, is going to have ups and downs. If you’re an entrepreneur, you can almost guarantee that you’re going to go through a regular cycle of feeling good, like you’re making progress, but then feeling like sh*t, like you & all your plans are falling apart & doomsday is coming. You need to know this is natural & normal…and the key is to learn a method of powering through these times & executing when your feelings are battling against you.
Episode: How To make Money Online
7 ways to make money online, plus a review of Monday’s interview with Jamila Souffrant from Journey To Launch
Episode: 7 ways to make money online, plus a review of Monday’s interview with Jamila Souffrant from Journey To Launch
At 24 years of age Noah Kagan got tired of being fired. After getting the boot from Facebook and other companies, Kagan decided to create his own job and live life by his own rules. Those rules included posting taco-loving blogs, shooting over-the-top YouTube vids and creating Sumo, an eight-figure global company that empowers business owners to grow their brands using cool, geeky software tools.
Kagan likes to make business exciting and embraces the madness of entrepreneurial life. But aside from his contagious energy, he has a lot of knowledge and loves to help entrepreneurs. In this interview, he shares the lessons he learned building an eight-figure company and his top tips for hiring and maintaining A-player teams.
Kagan also stresses the importance of building relationships in this “era of Tinder-ization,” and teaches entrepreneurs how to set and track intentional goals to drive companies forward. Throw back a few (drinks or tacos) and listen in as Kagan shares his life and business adventures and helps entrepreneurs build and market profitable businesses.
Key Takeaways The underestimated importance of relationship building in today’s market How to create and keep a team of innovative employees who are team players Why some vanity metrics, although exciting, can be a time and talent suck How to set long and short-term goals that advance businesses