Thu, 29 January 2015
Eric Corti sparked a feeding frenzy bidding war on the Shark Tank for his Air Cork (formerly Wine Balloon) and why he said NO to a $600,000 deal to sell his idea even though he had zero sales.
Wed, 28 January 2015
Andrea Waltz, and her husband quit their jobs to turn their idea that "going for no" will make you more money (not to mention a wealthier entrepreneur) into a bestselling book on Amazon, a successful sales training business and thriving online community.
11:15 How they got their 1st (big) customer after 6-months of struggling in business
23:00 Most people think being a successful entrepreneur is about _____, but the truth is it's about, what?
24:00 Go For No Sales Tips to live by
33:00 If you had to start again tomorrow from scratch, what would you do to find a profitable business idea and start earning money?
"The worst presentation is better than a perfect presentation that's never given" - Andrea Waltz
"It is our belief that courage is the single most important virtue on which everything else in life, all your results, are built."
PicMonkey.com - for creating image and graphics memes to share on Facebook.
Tue, 27 January 2015
Zero to $2 Million in 2-Yrs Selling eBook Bundles Online - Ryan and Stephanie Langford, Online Entrepreneur s
Ryan and Stephanie Langford, went from zero to $2 Million annually in 2 years with Ultimate Bundles selling bundles of eBooks in niche markets, while homeschooling 4 kids and even managed to slip a world tour, travelling to 32 countries (with their 4 kids). Ultimate Bundles isn't their 1st online business, they have 2 more and are starting an online community.
If there was an interview that ever sceamed... you have no excuses to start turning your idea into dollars, this one is it.
Stephanie's blog, keeperofthehome.org
Their new community, EntreFamily.com
4 Hour Work Week - Tim Ferriss
Fri, 23 January 2015
Ray Higdon, quit his corporate job to go into real estate but went broke during the crash. He bounced back and made a pivot into training, information products and mastermind groups for entrepreneurs in the home based business niche. His training company now makes $2 500 000 per year.
Thu, 22 January 2015
Chad Boyd, saw an opportunity to turn his business idea for churches and non-profits into dollars when he saw the "old school" way they were collecting money for donations. He started his Saas startup, Txt2give, as a side business, but when it started take-off he dove in full-time to focus on learning the art of software marketing and has grown it to $2.6 Million donations transacted for 200 organizations.
Wed, 21 January 2015
From Broke to Best Selling Author + Online Entrepreneur - Vinnie Tortorich, Angriest Trainer | Fitness
Vinnie Tortorich, was a personal trainer to Hollywood stars before he got cancer and lost all of his celebrity clients during the actors & writers strike and then lost 50% of his money in the recession. This is the story of how he bounced back from the bottom (with zero computer experience) and started an online business blogging about health & fitness, started a podcast, self published a book (no publishers wanted to touch) that become a runaway bestseller and started unique vitamin company the experts said "couldn't be done."
Mon, 19 January 2015
Online entrepreneur, Jordan Malik, went from a hopeless employee who couldn't keep a job who was fired from a top 5 advertising agency to making $500,000 per year online buying on eBay and selling on Amazon, eventually becoming a bestselling Kindle author.
Profit Bandit - Scan product barcodes to check product prices and seller information on Amazon
Fri, 16 January 2015
Jayla Siciliano, went from product designer for Diesel and Burton to turning her idea for a healthy, sugar free wine spritzer (the hard way) without any experience and landed a $150,000 investment from billionaire Mark Cuban on Shark Tank. Now Bon Affair ison track to crack $2 Million in sales after nearly running out of money.
Thu, 15 January 2015
How Neal Hoffman, former Hasbro employee, turned his business idea for jewish kids into a viral sensation, a growing business and $150,000 investment on Shark Tank after seeing the success of Elf on a Shelf.
Wed, 14 January 2015
PowerPot - Boil Water, Charge Your Phone - Selling Millions + $250k deal with Mark Cuban on Shark Tank
The PowerPot gadget is something out of Star Trek.
Caleb Light and his co-founders turned their idea for a camping pot that charges your mobile devices into $125,000 crowdfunding campaign on Kickstarter and a $250,000 investment from Shark Tank's Mark Cuban.