Thu, 31 January 2019
2 Years To 100 Million : How A Niche Brand Grew Without Fundraising w/ Moiz Ali #BrandBuilderPodcast
Moiz Ali founded Native Deodorant 2 years before selling the company to Procter & Gamble for $100 Million.
How does that happen? How is there still so much money to be made in deodorant, and how can YOU sell products people will pay a premium for?
In this talk from a Capitalism.com event Moiz shares his journey, and how he quickly grew a brand that is now featured in Target and retail stores across America.
Mon, 28 January 2019
Recession-Proof Cash Flow : How To Multiply Your Wealth In Any Market w/ Sam Prentice #TheOnePercent
How long can we go before the next recession?
Mon, 21 January 2019
Acquiring a business can help you bypass the time spent on building a business from scratch.
But what happens when you acquire business which hasn’t been reaching its full potential? How do you change it into something which makes you money without you needing to spend all of your time on it?
Shakil Prasla buys online companies for as little money as possible, sits in the owner’s seat, and delegates systems and processes to a manager.
In this episode of The One Percent (one of Ryan's most downloaded Freedom Fast Lane episodes) Shakil explains how his business model works, how he acquires new companies, and the process he takes to make his income passive.
Thu, 17 January 2019
Crossfit Capitalism : Using Influencers and Athletes To Transition From Amazon to Shopify w/ Bear Komplex #BrandBuilderPodcast
The best audience to sell to is one you are a part of.
Being part of a community you truly understand the pain points, the challenges that come up, and where people want to go in that niche.
So when Jake Rhodes started making products for crossfitters he started to gain some traction.
But it wasn't until he learned how to create relationships with influencers and athletes that his business truly shot through the roof.
Mon, 14 January 2019
In 2019 we are looking at an unpredictable market.
Some say it could collapse any day.
Fellow entrepreneurs Mike Dillard and Jason Hartman are not so pessimistic.
But with the uncertainty of the economy I wanted to pick their brains about where they are investing their hard-earned money.
I have some of my own opinions as well.
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Thu, 10 January 2019
$121k/mo With Facebook Live : How Roxelle Built Raving Fans & Launched A 7-Figure Brand #BrandBuilderPodcast
Not long ago Roxelle Cho was making products in her garage.
After she gained the loyalty and support of a growing customer base through Facebook Live, Instagram, and emails she had to scale quickly.
Fused Hawaii is a handmade swimwear brand that empowers women to live comfortably in the skin that they're in.
In this episode Roxelle shares how she has created a community of superfans who want to buy from the company again and again while spreading their message and telling their friends.
Mon, 7 January 2019
Brooke Castillo inspires me as an entrepreneur.
Thu, 3 January 2019
We see a lot of physical product sellers who are really settling for low profit margins and who are really in the weeds of their business, particularly when it comes to navigating the challenges of Amazon.com
So we had Jeff Lieber on the podcast who works with Amazon sellers to free up their capacity as entrepreneurs and help them quickly scale.
Jeff Lieber is the founder of Turnkey Product Management, a company dedicated to helping clients automate their sales growth.