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The Bootcast is all about adventure and purpose. Travel Tales, Adventure Antics and Personal Stories of Triumph from guests all over the world. Eugene Devereux of the Irish Bootstrapper brand interviews people on this podcast & video series, with core themes of #MentalHealth, #Adventure and #FindingPurpose.Hopefully you can gain something from these insights to help you in your own life or at least be entertained. Please leave a review or rating wherever you listen to your pods.Become The Jo ...
 
Courtland Allen interviews the ambitious indie hackers who are turning their ideas and side projects into profitable online businesses. Explore the latest strategies and tools founders are using to discover new trends, escape the 9-to-5 grind, and create their own personal revenue-generating machines. The future is indie!
 
The First 10 Podcast interviews business builders on their First 10 Customers - who they were, how they found them, how to talk to them, and what effect they had on their business, so that you can learn what worked, and what didn’t. From idea validation to market traction, the First 10 Podcast describes what the path of selling to the First 10 Customers looks like.
 
The TREPX Podcast is a place for entrepreneurs who are serious about growing a business and transitioning from amateur to pro. A business pro is someone who has a vision to build something bigger than one person. A pro creates systems for growth and has clear, authentic marketing that connects with customers and prospects. A pro has financial awareness to look forward instead of backward. The TREPX Podcast will feature interviews with those who have built successful businesses to deconstruct ...
 
Whether you’re a marketer, founder, or consultant, gain a competitive edge by learning the battle-tested marketing strategies in-detail from today's smartest marketers such as Rand Fishkin, April Dunford, Hiten Shah, and Val Geisler. Each week I uncover the proven step-by-step marketing processes and systems from each guest so you can apply the lessons to accelerate the growth of your company. Download the FREE growth cheat sheet with actionable tips, notes, and takeaways from the latest pod ...
 
The longest running (and most popular) podcast for non-venture track startups, this show follow the stories of founders as they start, acquire, and grow SaaS companies. Hear when they fail, struggle, succeed, and take you with them through the tumultuous life of a SaaS founder. If you like Mixergy, This Week in Startups, or SaaStr, you’ll enjoy Startup for the Rest of Us.
 
Walt Disney World is the one location where my entire family can find something to smile about. No matter the age, no matter who is with us, you will find an adventure. Sam’s Disney Diary is simply a way for me to capture and share the memory or those adventures in the magic. I hope you enjoy.
 
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In episode 523, Rob hosts a rapid-fire lightning round of listener questions ranging from whether to focus on one or multiple businesses, finding the right amount of customer research, breaking through slow growth, and teaching entrepreneurship to kids. The topics we cover [4:38] If you were starting a business today and you were earlier on in your…
 
This episode is a walk down memory lane as Rob shares the story of acquiring his first product 15 years ago. We hear how Rob navigated the purchasing of the product, a potential partnership with a trusted friend, and pushing through when his back was against the wall. Hopefully, this episode will inspire you to take action and keep shipping. The to…
 
Colleen Schnettler 0:00 So Michelle, I saw that you recently published a blog post a little bit about the founding of your company. And I haven't read it, because I want to hear the story fresh from you. And I, this is something I've actually wanted to talk to you about, frequently, and you've always kind of just been like, Oh, yeah, you know, we j…
 
Moritz Dausinger, founder of refiner.io, chats about his success as a serial founder of bootstrapped SaaS products. He founded and sold two B2B SaaS apps, and now he’s doing it a third time. Moritz shares some real-world practical, proven tips based on his repeat successes. Moritz’s current SaaS app: refiner.io Moritz’s previous SaaS apps: Docparse…
 
Get the free growth cheat sheets with all actionable notes, takeaways, and tips from the latest episode in a one-page PDF at https://growthtoday.fm/118 Potential customers will visit your website and will have a ton of questions and objections. If you don’t answer then, most of them won’t bother signing up. In this episode, Pedro Cortes, a SaaS mar…
 
In this episode we meet Irishman, Shane Finn, a performance coach and endurance athlete. Focusing mainly on his 24 marathons in 24 days and other personal challenges, you'll learn about: 1) the ups n' downs of endurance sports 2) how an illness can have a profoundly positive effect on our perspective and inspire us to do great things 3) Tips for an…
 
On this episode of The First 10 Podcast, I talk to Kristen Dionne, who is a co-founder of Accomplice Content, a video content agency based in Halifax, Canada. Key Points The first 10 people you meet aren’t going to be your first 10 customers Remember Rule #6! People want to feel like you are listening to them Show Notes https://www.accompliceconten…
 
Mubashar Iqbal (@mubashariqbal) is the most prolific indie hacker I know. He's got nearly 100 side projects under his belt, and more than a few of them are serving the burgeoning podcast space. In this episode, Mubs and I discuss opportunities for indie hackers to serve the podcasting market, what Mubs is working on in the space, and whether or not…
 
In this episode, Rob chats with Michele and Mathias Hansen, the married co-founders of Geocodio. We talk about bootstrapping into a commoditized space and how they’ve grown their SaaS app from a side project to full-time over the past 6.5 years. The topics we cover [01:38] What is Geocodio? [10:29] Innovating in a commoditized market [16:07] How th…
 
Colleen Schnettler 0:00 So one of the things I kind of wanted to talk about was a few weeks ago on the podcast, I sat here and I told you that what I really want is a job where I only have to work nine to five. And I bring that up. Michele Hansen Yeah? Colleen Schnettler I seems great. But my husband totally called me out on this, he pointed out th…
 
On this episode of The First 10 Podcast, I talk to Howard Gray, entrepener, educator, coach and founder of Wavetable. Key Points Relationships tend to be undervalued when it comes to those first conversations Look closer than you want to Focus initially on the people who have a similar way of looking at the world Show Notes The Mom Test by Rob Fitz…
 
Ed and Steve discuss the endless burden of busy-work that comes with running a business – and how we try to minimise it. We also mention Ed’s new marketing-related hire, Feature Upvote‘s dashboard design overhaul, and using a content agency to write blog posts for Saber Feedback. The invoice handling service we mentioned is GetMyInvoices. Discuss t…
 
David Hsu (@dvdhsu) was able to grow Retool to almost a million dollars a year in revenue before making a single hire. Rather than stopping there and resting on their accomplishments, Retool set an even more ambitious goal: to literally change the way developers write code. In this episode, David and I discuss the benefits and the perils of decidin…
 
This weeks episode, we meet an Irish girl who loves a good long swim...in the sea! Dee Newell has done some amazing sea swims - the English Channel, Antarctica to name but a few and is one of the few females to ever go for the Rangers wing in the Irish Defence Forces. A keen environmentalist too, Dee delves into what it takes to go beyond the comfo…
 
Get the free growth cheat sheets with all actionable notes, takeaways, and tips from the latest episode in a one-page PDF at https://growthtoday.fm/117 Team collaboration is the cornerstone of any successful marketing teams. Collaborative workplaces see increased levels of trust, a more engaged workforce, and improved performance. However, marketin…
 
On this episode of The First 10 Podcast, I talk to Jade Waterman, who focuses on helping businesses build a repeatable and scalable market. Key Points Customer Discovery is hard work but it’s the only way to understand those you seek to sell to Always research the prospect Dig in and don't be afraid to ask the tough questions. Don't be afraid to ta…
 
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