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EO 360°, a podcast by Entrepreneurs’ Organization (https://www.eonetwork.org/), explores entrepreneurship with a wide perspective, moving beyond business to those insights not often shared by high-profile thought leaders. Host and serial entrepreneur, Dave Will, leads in-depth interviews, whose featured guests include: Gazelles founder and CEO, Verne Harnish; popular podcast host and founder of Genius Network, Joe Polish; award-winning entrepreneur, Zahra Al-Harazi; and more. Tune into this ...
 
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Gino Wickman is the founder of the Entrepreneurial Operating System, a “set of simple concepts and practical tools” that is used by more than 100,000 companies worldwide. He’s also the author of Traction: Get a Grip on Your Business, and most recently, The Entrepreneurial Leap. Listen in as Gino talks about his entrepreneurial journey, the Entrepre…
 
Artificial intelligence, or A.I., has become somewhat of a buzzword lately in the tech industry. However, there are times where the term A.I. is used properly. In Howard Getson’s case, it’s like “science fiction,” as he puts it. Howard is the founder of Captalogix, an investment firm that uses A.I. to evaluate global markets on a massive scale. Lis…
 
Meet Aarav Gupta. He’s an author, a budding entrepreneur, and an award-winning macroeconomist—he’s also still in high school. At 17 years old, Aarav has a passion for business, finance, investing, and entrepreneurship. Listen in as he shares the story of how he wrote his book, The Budding Entrepreneur, and how that journey connected him with major …
 
Anya Soto is the co-founder and the Director of Training of Culture Crafters, a women-founded, minority driven, and LGBT inclusive company whose goal is to create healthy, productive work cultures. Anya joins the podcast this week and helps Dave “be more woke,” as he puts it. Listen in as Anya shares how identity, experience, and environment can in…
 
RT Custer is the CEO and founder of the Vortic Watch Company. Starting as a Kickstarter campaign in 2014, the Vortic Watch Company turns old pocket watches, some over a hundred years old, into wristwatches. Listen in as RT shares the journey of starting Vortic with two college buddies, expanding during the pandemic, and even being sued by Swatch, t…
 
Anuar Garcia is the founder and CEO of GreenTek Solutions, a technology recycling and reuse company based in Texas. GreenTek was recently selected among 15 other black and brown-owned businesses to join Apple’s Impact Accelerator, “a new program for minority-owned businesses that are creating environmental solutions focused on climate change, resou…
 
In this episode, we revisit an early interview with David Cummings! David is one of the two founding partners of Pardot, a company that dedicated itself to redefining the way B2B marketing automation is handled. Listen in as Dave and David discuss the process of bootstrapping a SaaS juggernaut, the struggles of competing against VC money, and how t…
 
From building shoes at his grandfather’s business to founding one of the most well-known shoe brands in the world, Joe Foster has had quite the journey. He and his brother Jeff worked at their grandfather’s shoe business, the JW Foster company, which was known for the first spiked running shoe. After returning from World War II, Joe and his brother…
 
There’s a lot one can learn during an adventure. Self-discovery, new insights, unique experiences--those are just a few of the possibilities. The adventure John Schnauck had was a one-year family sailing journey. John, his wife, and their two children set sail to the Southern Bahamas. Listen in as John shares his experiences and what he learned aft…
 
Thrusting oneself into uncomfortable situations is always a difficult thing to do. Hanson Grant did just that—with a cross-country road trip in his Tesla. Listen in as he shares his incredible 5-month journey. Hanson shares his adventure of self-discovery and as well as the realizations that a cross-country road trip brings—from family and communit…
 
7 Cups, 60 million people. Meet Glen Moriarty, founder of 7 Cups, an “online support network for people in need of emotional or mental health support.” 7 Cups draws in millions of monthly visitors all around the world in 189 countries and 140 languages. As a licensed psychologist, Glen always had the drive to help others. Feeling that there was a l…
 
This week we’re joined by Jeroen Corthout, founder of Salesflare, a sales automation CRM. Jeroen is a SaaS founder, which is “a mystery category of business,” as Dave puts it. SaaS is an acronym for the phrase “software as a service.” The SaaS model came about as a response to the complicated way software was previously deployed in business. As Jer…
 
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 workin…
 
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…
 
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 …
 
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…
 
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 h…
 
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. Fa…
 
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.…
 
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 amazi…
 
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 …
 
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 …
 
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 Yaho…
 
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.” L…
 
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 In…
 
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.…
 
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 entrepreneuri…
 
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…
 
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, Victor…
 
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 entrep…
 
Meet Mike McDerment, founder of the widely popular invoicing and accounting solution Freshbooks. Mike shares how he started Freshbooks from the ground up, even coding the first version himself. Listen in as he talks about how he got the company off the ground, raised funds, and how he grew Freshbooks to over 10 million users.…
 
From 2010 to 2016, Tim Campos was Facebook’s Chief Information Officer or CIO. These days, Tim is running his new venture, Woven, an application designed to help people spend time on what matters most to them. Listen in as Tim shares his experiences at Facebook, how he started in the industry, and how Woven can help change how we use our time.…
 
Joining Dave this week is Lori Bush, former president and CEO of Rodan + Fields, renowned for their skin care products. Brought on in the beginning by Dr. Rodan and Dr. Fields, listen in as Lori shares how she grew the company to a billion dollars in eight years. Lori also shares her thoughts on meditation, health, and well-being. She also talks ab…
 
From an early age, Dandapani always knew that he wanted to be a monk. After 10 years of living as a monk, he shares what he’s learned from the experience. Listen in as Dandapani shares how it has shaped him into the man he is today and how entrepreneurs can use the lessons he’s learned to help others, enact change, and become better people.…
 
Starting a business is already a monumental task--but creating a highly successful one at age 17 is even more harrowing! But, that’s exactly what Amith Nagarajan was able to do with his company, Aptify. Aptify is a purpose-driven company that provides technology and services to those that need it around the world. Listen in as Amith shares his incr…
 
Have you ever been told that you can’t change the world, or that you can’t possibly enact change by yourself? That’s exactly what Nigel Bennett was told, but instead, he used those words as fuel to his mission. Nigel founded Aqua-Guard, a company dedicated to protecting the world’s most precious resource: water. Listen in as Nigel shares his experi…
 
What in the world is a “plant coach?” Meet Nick Cutsumpas, a full-time plant coach and apartment farmer. His goal is sustainability; by giving people the knowledge and opportunity to take care of plant life, the more likely they are to live an eco-conscious lifestyle. Listen in on how Nick uses his platform to promote his mantra of “nature, not fur…
 
What happens when you bring two podcast hosts together in one podcast? Meet Kevin Stoller from Shoop Media. In this episode, Kevin and Dave go through the ins and outs of podcasting. Learn how podcasts can impact your business, how to actually start one, and how to create a podcast that’s both compelling and entertaining. Listen in on this podcast …
 
Meet Scott Case. entrepreneur, inventor, and founding CTO of Priceline, an online travel agency focused on finding discount rates for plane tickets and hotels. Founded in 1997, Priceline reached the $1 billion mark in just under two years. Listen in as Scott shares his experiences in growing his businesses, working with William Shatner, his legal b…
 
Two different upbringings, two different worlds, yet similar goals. Steve Distante is the Entrepreneur Organization’s liaison to the United Nations and his production company, ImpactU uses film to educate, inspire, and celebrate entrepreneurs that use their business for good. Cory Wrisborne is gang leader, entrepreneur, founder of Dinero Digital Ma…
 
Brigid Schulte is a speaker, New York Times bestselling author, former reporter for the Washington post, and director of the Better Life Lab at the non-partisan think tank, New America. Join us as Brigid talks about redesigning work cultures, re-imagining gender roles, and the value of leisure to improve our daily lives. Listen in!…
 
Naveen Jain joins us on this week’s podcast. Former CEO of InfoSpace, co-founder of Moon Express, and CEO of Viome, Naveen Jain has quite an expansive résumé. Listen in as Naveen shares his thoughts on being impactful as an entrepreneur, how he defines success, and the difference between having a passion versus having an obsession. Tune in!…
 
Meet Andre Norman. He was sentenced to 100 years in prison. While in solitary confinement, Andre decided to turn his life around. Andre worked 20 hours a day to turn his dream into a reality. He taught himself to read, taught himself the law, earned his GED, and ultimately won his appeal and was released in 1999. From poverty to prison to public sp…
 
This week, our guest is none other than the Entrepreneurs' Organization CEO, Carrie Santos. From working at The Red Cross to working with the government to ultimately becoming the CEO of EO, she has had quite the journey. Listen in as she shares some insight on how EO is run—from discussing revenue to operations, Carrie gives us a true inside look.…
 
Meet John Spence–author, business consultant, keynote speaker, executive coach, and futurist. On today’s podcast, John and Dave discuss the role of technology in business and how its ever-changing nature can impact your growth. As entrepreneurs and business owners, it’s important to stay up-to-date with technology and current trends. John talks abo…
 
Listen in as adventurer and CEO Chip Dodd joins us from his travel van to talk about his thrilling experiences and why he runs his business differently than other entrepreneurs. Find out how he finds his flow and happiness while enduring some of the world’s harshest landscapes and what adventure racing has in common with entrepreneurship. Listen an…
 
Peter Shankman might be best known as the founder of HARO or Help a Reporter Out, an online service for journalists look for sources, but nowadays he is recognized for his bestselling books, his keynotes, and his podcast Faster than Normal–the Internet’s #1 podcast on ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder). He shares his story on this epis…
 
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