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The Entrepreneurs for a Change podcast features evolutionary entrepreneurs who are changing the way we do business, by saying “No” to business as usual and “Yes” to business for good. We showcase visionary entrepreneurs who are empowering people, saving the planet, and generating prosperity by starting green businesses, social enterprises, and B-Corporations. We showcase conscious mediapreneurs who are transforming the lives and minds of thousands of people via digital media and online programs. We showcase lifestyle entrepreneurs who have kicked down cubicle walls to start businesses with maximum freedom and flexibility, so that they can live the lifestyle of their dreams. We are going to get into the juicy details of exactly how these entrepreneurs built their businesses, step by step. We want to you come away with actionable strategies, tools, and advice you can use to grow your own mission driven business.

[E4C26] Launch a Prolific 6-Figure Business On Positive Affirmations and Juicing – Farnoosh Brock

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  Is it possible to build a 6-figure business on the idea you can live a prolific life – one that you deeply enjoy? Farnoosh Brock is going to show us how. She is a multi-passionate entrepreneur, a published author, a speaker and a business coach. She started her own media and publishing company, Prolific Living after a long corporate career. She shows professionals going through “mid-career crisis” how to move up the corporate ladder or how to leave cubicle life to start their own businesses. She also focuses on green juicing and smoothies in her health & fitness niche

[E4C25] Travel the World for Years While Your Remote Team Does All the Work – Trinity de Guzman

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  Have you ever had an experience of seeing a total stranger, and feeling a sense of recognition that compels you to want to talk to them? While I was celebrating the end of the Mayan Calendar - December 2012 - in Mexico, I had the privilege of meeting a digital nomad kindred spirit while I was on my way to Cozumel for a scuba diving holiday. We actually crossed paths weeks before at El Castillo, an ancient Mayan archaeological site in Tulum. Somehow, something clicked between us in passing – he laughed at a joke I made to my friends, but we didn't talk, so when I ran into him

[E4C24] How to Build a Passive Income Empire – Empire Flippers

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  Ever wish business was easy? Every entrepreneur I’ve spoken to has told me that starting a business and growing it, was a lot of hard work, that really involves busting through your fears, and persevering beyond the point where most people give up. Typically, along this entrepreneurial journey, you might stumble upon this concept, which has become a bit of a “holy grail” in the online world. That’s the idea of “passive income.” However, passive income, is rarely ever “passive”. It may be residual, recurring income, that is to say that revenues come in 24/7, even if you are

[E4C23] Why Startup Validation Doesn’t Work & What To Do Instead – WPCurve

Why Startup Validation Doesn't Work & What To Do Instead - WPCurve

  Ever feel like starting a business is like throwing spaghetti on the wall to see what sticks? I’ve interviewed nearly 50 entrepreneurs to date, and most of them had at least 1, if not many, business failures in their lives. Some were low-key failures that just ended up eating up a lot of time, but fortunately, did not result in financial ruin. Others were massive, crash and burn failures that cost a buttload of money, theirs as well as their investors’, while sending the founder into credit card debt. One of the key challenges for entrepreneurs is learning how to fail quickly,

[E4C22] Sales Funnels Demystified – FusionHQ

Sales Funnels Demystified - FusionHQ

Today I made a momentous decision – I have decided to stay in Chiang Mai indefinitely. I’ve spent a lot of time assessing my optimal lifestyle design scenario. One scenario that I explored was spending 6 months in the SF Bay Area, 6 months elsewhere. I have to admit, I miss my tribe – and SF has a unique subculture that is a  blend of technology innovation, sustainability, social enterprise, spirituality, personal growth, music and art, that I find wonderfully expressed by the Burning Man community, that simply cannot be found anywhere else in the world. Not in New York, not in London, not in

[E4C21] Uncover the Storytelling Power of Your Brand – Design Kompany

Uncover the Storytelling Power of Your Brand - Design Kompany

I finally finished the Suitcase Entrepreneur, a book written by the woman who inspires me the most to live a digital nomad lifestyle – Natalie Sisson. The last couple chapters of her book explores the pros and cons of location independence, with the purpose of helping you decide whether this lifestyle is for you at all. And if so, how you might want to consider designing your life of continuous travel. There are so many ways to do location independence. For some it involves being constantly on the move. For others, it looks like slow travel – establishing a place as a long-term base from which

[E4C20] How Entrepreneurs Can Stay Productive & Inspired During Challenging Times – Dominate Depression

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Today we are going to talk about a taboo subject in the world of business – depression. It’s taboo because in the business world, you are not allowed to be depressed, let alone show it. If you even talk about being sad or bummed out, people kind of give you a funny look, back away slowly, avoid you, or in the very least, might give you a pat on the back and say, “Buck up champ, turn the page! You’ll get through this, tomorrow’s a new day.” Which, while being well meaning, may not necessarily do much to improve your mood. In business, you are supposed to be a go-getter, a mind hacker, and

[E4C19] How to Get Massive Exposure on YouTube by Sharing Your Genius – Timelapse Strategies

How to Get Massive Exposure on YouTube by Sharing Your Genius - Timelapse Strategies

I’ve been on a little video odyssey for the past few days up in gorgeous Pai, a village in the mountains north of Chiang Mai, Thailand, that’s known for its bucolic scenery, and healing hot springs. I’m building a membership site, and it’s going to have lots of videos in it. Phase 1 involves scripting the videos. I spent 3 days scripting at MergeSpace, a coworking space established by American transplant Ian Borders, founder of the financial services app MergePay, for Focus 55 –a Startup Weekend kind of event where a handful of us Dynamite Circle digital nomads worked on and supported each

[E4C18] Turn Your Customers Into a Evangelists with Affiliate Marketing – Performance Based

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Have you ever thought how great it would be to have an army of evangelists to promote your worldchanging products and services? The great news is, you don’t have to be famous, or even a TED Talk speaker to get fans to promote your company. All you have to do is tap into the power of affiliate marketing. A lot of people associate affiliate marketing with scammy diet pill offers, teeth whitening strips, work from home business opportunities and a host of other products with mostly mainstream appeal. But affiliate marketing works in the LOHAS – or lifestyles of health and sustainability

[E4C17] The Art of Visionary Leadership & Authority Marketing – Till Carlos

The Art of Visionary Leadership & Authority Marketing - Till Carlos

The topic of visionary leadership is fascinating to me – what inspires people to follow one person, over another? What motivates masses of people to follow a single person? What does it take to inspire the people who work for you to do it joyfully and enthusiastically? I’m thrilled to have Till Carlos on this interview because he’s been trying to crack the code to visionary leadership, and he and I have many rewarding conversations about what it takes to be a leader. Till is a software developer who interviews successful entrepreneurs on this very topic for his podcast – Leadership