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EO 360°: A podcast by the Entrepreneurs’ Organization
89 minutes | Jun 8, 2021
Comedy Central Founder | Art Bell
This week on EO 360°, we’re joined by Art Bell, a writer, and former media executive for cable television. Most notably, Art is the creator of the massively successful and iconic Comedy Central. Listen in as Art shares the story of how he went about creating a cable channel for just comedy, which was unheard of at the time. Uncover the inner workings of cable television networks and all the struggles that Art went through in order to get Comedy Central off the ground, which, as Dave notes, is similar to entrepreneurship!
40 minutes | May 26, 2021
Founder of Drift | David Cancel
David Cancel is the founder of Drift, a revenue acceleration platform. David has started and sold multiple businesses in his time, with his first company, Compete.com, selling for $150 million. Listen in as David talks about his life experiences, his time at HubSpot, how he started Drift, and the importance of learning and progression. Link Drift’s Website: https://www.drift.com/
74 minutes | May 11, 2021
Mortgage Con Man | Matthew Cox
Matthew Cox is a former mortgage banker and an admitted mortgage fraudster. Matthew falsified documents, impersonated homeowners, fraudulently obtained mortgages, and ultimately acquired millions of dollars. His scams even put him on the Secret Service’s Most Wanted list and was eventually arrested and sentenced to 125 years in prison. Having only served 12.5 years of his sentence, Matthew currently spends his time as a true crime author. He’s also working on creating a system that would protect homeowners from the same scams that he ran. Matthew’s story has been featured on numerous media outlets including Dateline NBC, Fortune magazine, American Greed, Bloomberg, and Playboy. Listen in for a rollercoaster of a story! Links Matthew’s YouTube Channel: https://ytube.io/3HhR Matthew’s Art YouTube Channel: https://ytube.io/3HhS
52 minutes | Apr 27, 2021
Humor and Storytelling | Harrison Scott Key
This week we’re joined by Harrison Scott Key, “the best storyteller I’ve ever seen,” as Dave says. Author, TEDx speaker, and professor at the Savannah College of Art and Design, Harrison Scott Key shares how storytelling can impact the way you run your business. Listen in as Harrison talks about how to apply storytelling to entrepreneurship and how it can improve your customer experience. Link Harrison’s Website: http://www.harrisonscottkey.com/
64 minutes | Apr 14, 2021
Reinventing yourself | Michael Brody-Waite
Michael Brody-Waite has been a recovered addict for 18 years. He was addicted to alcohol, weed, painkillers, and mushrooms. So how did he go from addict to author, speaker, and founder of an Inc. 500 company? Listen in as Michael shares his incredible story on addiction, his recovery, and how he applies his experience recovering from addiction to his life and his business. Link Michael’s Website: https://michaelbrodywaite.com/
50 minutes | Mar 31, 2021
Reinventing yourself | Fawn Germer
Author, speaker, and former journalist Fawn Germer stops by the podcast today as she shares her experiences, advice, and insights on reinventing yourself. After being told by a “bosshole” that she wouldn’t amount to anything, Fawn fought back and proved them wrong. Fawn is the author of nine books and has been featured on the Oprah Winfrey Show. Fawn proudly lives by the old Japanese proverb, “Fall down seven times, get up eight.”
51 minutes | Mar 17, 2021
Selling your business | John Warrillow
Author, software engineer, serial entrepreneur, and podcaster John Warrillow joins the EO 360° podcast this week. Listen in as he shares his knowledge on how to build and sell your business. Having already sold four businesses, John understands what it takes to build and sell. “You can’t imagine doing anything else,” he says.
56 minutes | Mar 3, 2021
Alcohol Infused Cupcakes | Lisa Song Sutton
From litigation to cupcakes, Lisa Song Sutton’s journey has had many twists and turns. Lisa attended law school, ran for Nevada’s 4th Congressional District, won Miss Nevada in 2014, and currently runs multiple successful businesses, including Sin City Cupcakes in Las Vegas, an alcohol-infused cupcake brand. Listen in as Lisa shares her truly amazing journey.
54 minutes | Feb 16, 2021
Raising Capital | Becki DeGraw
This week we have Becki DeGraw. Becki practices corporate and securities law at Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati, or WSGR. Primarily based in Silicon Valley, WSGR has worked with many startups and organizations, such as the tech industry giant Google. In this episode, Becki shares her experience and knowledge of raising capital, what investors are looking for, which metrics to focus on, and more. Listen in!
53 minutes | Feb 3, 2021
Raising Kids and Building Business | Verne Harnish
Imagine spending a weekend out in the middle of nowhere, with no phone, no internet, and nothing but the wilderness surrounding you. Then, seemingly out of the blue, you’re visited and accompanied by a wild animal, almost as if protecting you. This is just one of many rites of passage that Verne Harnish shares with his kids. He says they are meant to help you find your core values and strengthen them. Listen in and find out how Verne uses these experiences to help with personal growth, business, and family.
75 minutes | Jan 19, 2021
Google to Tech Entrepreneur | Jessica Ewing
What does technology, entrepreneurship, writing, and the outdoors all have in common? The answer: Jessica Ewing. Named one of the 12 Most Innovative Minds in 2007, Jessica Ewing started as a product manager at Google, where she worked with Sundar Pichai, the current CEO of Alphabet, Google’s parent company; and Marissa Meyer, the former CEO of Yahoo! Listen in as Jessica shares her journey of self-discovery and learn about her new startup, Literati, a book club subscription service for kids and more recently, adults. Links Literati: https://literati.com/
69 minutes | Jan 5, 2021
Sustainable Business | Ryan Villanueva
From “the belly of the vampire squid” at Goldman Sachs to becoming EO’s United Nations Ambassador, Ryan Villanueva is a proud proponent of sustainability. “We have a mission to be the world’s leading and influential community of entrepreneurs,” Ryan states. “We need to show that entrepreneurs are critical to solving the world’s biggest problems.” Listen in as Ryan shares his experiences at Goldman Sachs, how Model UN has helped shape his path, and the importance of social impact as an entrepreneur. Links Contact Ryan at email@example.com Best Delegate: https://bestdelegate.com/
60 minutes | Dec 22, 2020
Big Wave Surfer | Matt Bromley
Meet Matt Bromley, the “South African Pterodactyl,” as Dave lovingly calls him. Bromley is a renowned big wave surfer, best known for his films Risky Business and Risky Ripples. Listen in as Matt and Dave discuss calculated risks, how to transform fear into excitement, and Matt’s experiences traveling the world as a big wave surfer. Links Matt’s Instagram: @mattbromleysurf Matt’s Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
56 minutes | Dec 8, 2020
$48 Million and Sold | Mike Malatesta
From fired to $45 million, Mike Malatesta has had an interesting journey. Listen in as Mike shares his “sitting on the curb moment,” the moment when he discovered what he wanted to do. Mike also shares how he grew his waste services company to $45 billion and the decision behind ultimately selling it.
52 minutes | Nov 25, 2020
Harleys and Skin Care | Renée Rouleau
Meet Renée Rouleau, founder and CEO of Renée Rouleau Skin Care. A self-proclaimed adventurer, Renée started off as an esthetician. At 21 years old, she started her own business and has been growing in the space ever since. With a projected revenue of $10 million this year, Renée’s success is no secret. Listen in as she talks about her entrepreneurial journey, finding comfort outside of your comfort zone, and reinventing your life. Links Renée Rouleau Skin Care: https://www.reneerouleau.com/
56 minutes | Nov 10, 2020
Solving Upstream | Dan Heath
Today, Dave is joined by Wall Street Journal Bestselling Author Dan Heath. Dan has co-written many books with his brother, Chip Heath. In his book, Upstream, Dan talks about the idea of tackling problems by going upstream. Listen in as Dan shares a little bit about what it means to go upstream.
55 minutes | Oct 27, 2020
Sick Tats and Storytelling | Richard Mulholland
Richard Mulholland returns to EO 360 to talk about sick tats and storytelling. From Def Leppard roadie to entrepreneur, Rich has a lot of experience under his belt. In this episode, listen in as Rich shares with us the idea of embracing digital as a way to tell your story.
56 minutes | Oct 13, 2020
Referrable Business | Michael Roderick
How do you go from a high school English teacher to a Broadway producer to an entrepreneur specializing in networking? This week, Michael Roderick shares his unique career path. Listen in as Michael talks about what he calls “relationship strategy” and how he helps people grow their business through meaningful connections. Find out what it means to make your business a “referrable business.”
58 minutes | Sep 29, 2020
Creative Careers | Jeffrey Madoff
From fashion designer to filmmaker, Jeffrey Madoff has quite the résumé. At 22 years old, Jeffrey was one of the top young fashion designers in the U.S. and also managed 110 employees. After transitioning to film and video production with his company Madoff Productions, Jeffrey has built up an impressive clientele, working with Ralph Lauren, Victoria’s Secret, Radio City, and Harvard University, just to name a few. Listen in as Jeffrey shares how his upbringing and life experiences helped him get to where he is today, and how he was able to turn his passions into a career.
50 minutes | Sep 15, 2020
Teaching Entrepreneurship | David Noble
This week’s guest is Professor David Noble from the University of Connecticut. Armed with a Ph.D. in management, a law degree, and business skills, Professor Noble understands how academia can influence aspiring entrepreneurs. Listen in as he discusses his ideas on revamping the higher education business model, guiding the next generation of entrepreneurs, and the importance of building opportunities.
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