Personal and financial freedom through small business ownership.
Dan and Ian often speak on this podcast about how businesses and entrepreneurs evolve.
Today’s guest, Michael Erikson, has certainly done that since the last time he spoke on this show. Michael’s journey started, as many of ours do, staring at a blank Google search screen and typing in the words “How do I make money online?”
Several years later, Michael has spoken at several of the Dynamite Circle events. He was on this podcast last December, sharing his journey of building a 6 figure services business called Search Scientists.
Michael has recently started a new company called AdBadger, which is in essence a software version of his previous services company. On this week’s show, you’ll hear Michael share insight on how to do something that most services entrepreneurs dream of doing: selling a product.
On today’s show, Dan and Ian are once again reaching into the mailbag to answer some questions from the listeners of this show.
You’ll hear practical answers about a whole slew of topics, including purchasing an”entrepreneurmobile”, The 1,000 Day Principle, and what it means to be useful.
You’ll also hear advice on how you can go to conferences for free, tips for traveling to Southeast Asia with your family and much, much more.
As many of our listeners know, Dan and Ian hosted an event in Austin, TX last week that brought together entrepreneurs from all over the world to talk about their businesses.
Today’s episode features five of the most important takeaways from that event, focusing primarily on the cold, hard realities of what it means to be an entrepreneur in 2017. These subjects range from hiring A players to harnessing your “superpowers” and much, much more.
You’ll also hear a lot of news about the podcast, including an opportunity for one talented listener to win a $1500 cash prize.
This week’s podcast outlines our thoughts about how to be more successful making pitches, and cutting deals, via email. Ahead of that episode, TMBA’s producer Jane, has agreed to share some thoughts about how to reach out to podcasts – and other media outlets – drawing on her experience working at the BBC and with shows.
I’ve said for a while now: it’s better to travel to a more obscure location where you know people than to travel to a world-class destination where you know no-one. But, in the case of London, I’m say I am lucky enough to say that I’ve had both. I’ve spend the last 3 weeks here.
I was in Barcelona to attend a business conference. One evening, a small group of us found our way to a fancy bar with quiet music. We knew each other – we’ve met all around the world, from developing-world resorts to New York City cafes. Our conversations are mostly stories and laughs with like minds.