About This Show
What do Oprah, Steve Jobs and Colonel Sanders have in common? They had no experience and no business starting the companies that they did, and despite everyone saying that they would fail, they did it anyway.
The Mentors podcast debunks the myth that you need to have experience to start a business by interviewing successful entrepreneurs who have started their ventures against all odds. Co-hosts and twin brothers, Sergei and Vadim Revzin use their experience mentoring hundreds of aspiring young entrepreneurs to bring you exciting, information packed interviews that break down the steps founders take to get their ventures off the ground in the critical early days.
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Most Recent Episode
How Max Altschuler Took Control of His Career, Learned Sales and Grew a Multimillion Dollar Business
6 days ago
Max Altschuler is redefining what it means to build a successful career. When most people were busy trying to land internships in college, Max got his school to agree to pilot one of the earliest bike sharing programs. When that business failed to raise the necessary capital to get off the ground and Max found himself without a job as he graduated into one of the worst economies of the century, he started a social media consultancy that generated revenue within its first 30 days.
In this episode we break down how these experiences led Max to become a self made millionaire by the age of 30, forever changing how he thinks people should approach their careers. In his new book "Career Hacking for Millennials: How I Built A Career My Way, And How You Can Too" Max tells his own inspirational story and gives highly specific actionable advice for anyone that needs direction with where to take their career.
We also talk about how he was able to overcome some incredibly difficult moments in his entrepreneurial journey, and how he's designed his life to be able to run three businesses at once - Sales Hacker, Career Hacking, and Sip Sutra.