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Each week, we deliver advice from some of the greatest thought leaders, entrepreneurs, and influencers. Tune in to a show created for the startups, entrepreneurs, and everyday dreamers that want to learn how to form strong ideas, launch lucrative ventures, position their brand, love their people, and develop business models that offer freedom to their founders. Your host, Chris Graebe, is a multi-million dollar e-commerce entrepreneur, a former reality show star, and a man passionate about s ...
 
Welcome to StartupCamp Stories where we bring you useful and inspirational stories from people just like you who pursued their passion, got their idea started, and continue to grow it today. The show’s host, Ben Sturgill, is an educator, StartupCamp coach, and fellow entrepreneur who believes in the power of the entrepreneurial community and the framework for success that is offered through StartupCamp.He wants to share with you the success stories of everyday entrepreneurs—normal people who ...
 
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How Eli Crane took Bottle Breacher from his garage to Shark Tank – and beyond Eli Crane didn’t always want to be an entrepreneur. While he was a Navy SEAL, he received a unique bottle opener as a gift, which inspired him to create his own .50 caliber shell bottle openers. His fellow SEALs loved them, and inside his garage, Bottle Breacher was b ...…
 
How to grow your side hustle into a full-time gig – the smart way. Jonathan Mendonsa never wanted to be an entrepreneur. So he spent twelve years becoming a pharmacist, racked up six figures of student debt, and became miserable. That’s when he started plotting his escape, and fell into the financial independent movement – by starting the Choos ...…
 
How to start your business – by focussing on the right thing. The biggest mistake beginner entrepreneurs make is by focussing on the wrong aspect of their business out of the gate. Purpose, practice, and profit are all well and good, but you have to start with–you guessed it–people, says Brian Dixon, business coach, and author of Start With You ...…
 
How to grow your business in a never-ending world of change How do you play a game with no finish line? Simon Sinek, author of Find Your Why and Leaders Eat Last is back again with his newest book, The Infinite Game. The big idea? You have a finite time to play in the never-ending landscape that is business. It’s not about finding short-term wi ...…
 
How to create long-lasting buzz for your business and turn your customers into salespeople Back in the early days of the internet, Jay Baer served as the vice president of marketing for an internet company without really knowing what the internet was. He sold Budweiser dot com for fifty cases of beer. He went on to found five multi-million-doll ...…
 
Strategies to speak to investors and elevate your sales game How do you talk to money? The same way you talk to anyone else – you have to speak the right language. Oren Klaff, venture capitalist and author of Pitch Anything and Flip the Script, is here today to help us understand the underlying thought processes and strategies to being heard by ...…
 
How one woman raised her children AND built three, multi-million dollar businesses If you are a parent, you may have heard someone say, “Enjoy every moment while it lasts.” Lindsay Teague Moreno never fully bought into the idea that, as a mother, you should enjoy when your kids are throwing a temper-tantrum. Not only did she want to feel what s ...…
 
How one man bootstrapped his business to $30 million – and sold it to become an angel investor. Although David Hauser had an entrepreneurial spirit from a young age, when he co-founded Grasshopper (then GotVMail) in 2003, he realized he had a lot to learn about running and scaling a business. But the biggest lesson he learned in the twelve year ...…
 
How one man created a game-changing Amazon software business Greg was stuck in a cubicle writing engineering reports. He was a civil engineer, after all. Yet his whole life, he’d had this entrepreneurial drive. He started by googling “how to make money online” and eventually began selling on Amazon. He got extremely good at it. So good, he star ...…
 
How Rachel Cruze found her passion and took responsibility for her future As the daughter of Dave Ramsey, Rachel Cruze didn’t have a typical childhood. She learned how to budget at age nine, and when she was a teenager, someone at Ramsey Solutions had the bright idea to invite Rachel on stage at a weekend live event to be the spokesperson for a ...…
 
How to negotiate with anyone, from a former hostage negotiator From small-town Iowa to lead international FBI kidnapping negotiator, Chris has taught negotiation as a business skill at universities across the U.S. It’s through these teaching sessions that he developed a comprehensive, practical methodology, which eventually became his book Neve ...…
 
How one man found and dominated the business podcasting market After returning from his tour in Iraq, John Lee Dumas fell in love with podcasts, and especially podcasts that interviewed entrepreneurs. But he would binge all the episodes and would become dismayed when he’d run out of content. He saw a market for a podcast that brought fresh entr ...…
 
How to recognize and cultivate healthy relationships to sustain you and your business Business can be a lonely place… And people will suck you dry if you’re not careful. Fortunately, Dr. John Townsend has a solution, and it’s all about building more positive relationships. He’s a business consultant and psychologist who directed a healthcare co ...…
 
Why keeping the customer happy is the not-so-secret key to success When he was eleven-years-old, living in a small German town, he proudly told his parents he would someday own a hotel business. They were concerned, as that was not a respectable career choice at the time. At 14, he took a position at the closest luxury hotel, nearly 100 km away ...…
 
How to take charge of your decision-making Annie Duke was so close to receiving her PhD in psychology. Yet a chronic illness left her in the hospital, unable to work. Having a knack for poker, she decided to try playing professionally. During nearly twenty years as a professional poker player, she won millions of dollars and holds a World Serie ...…
 
How to actually work on and in your business without becoming discouraged Co-founder of Behance, Scott Belsky, kept a notebook called “Essential Insights” handy during meetings and phone conversations with creative entrepreneurs. Whenever he’d hear something poignant, he’d jot it down, with the intention of putting it into practice in his busin ...…
 
How to find inner peace to achieve exterior success. When Erwin McManus was fourteen, he started his first business: a lawn mowing company. He’d approach corporations and affluent houses and earn ten to fifteen times what other kids earned mowing suburban homes in his own neighborhood. Since then, he’s started multiple companies in film and fas ...…
 
How to surround yourself with the right people and find your sweet spot For much of his young life, Ken wanted to work in politics. But when the opportunity finally arose, he realized—that’s not what I’m passionate about. His passion had been awakened years before when he stood on stage as the lead in the high school play. The audience gave him ...…
 
Say goodbye to the hidden costs of your business and hello to change Cy Wakeman hadn’t planned on being a drama researcher. She’d earned such a reputation during her time as a social worker and health administrator that, during her first maternity leave, she received numerous calls to help or manage leaders. Eventually, she started speaking. He ...…
 
How to take charge of your own distribution channels He has his own private equity firm, a podcast with over ten million downloads, and he’s a college dropout. Today we’re speaking with Nathan Latka, founder of the Top Entrepreneurs Podcast, and author of How to Be a Capitalist Without Any Capital. In this episode, Nathan takes us through four ...…
 
How to design teams that solve your businesses’ problems so you can focus on what matters most If you had no money, what would you do for a living? Michael Michalowicz knows the answer to this question personally because he’s been there. He built businesses, acquired wealth, lost it all (except his family) and started over. Now, he owns three c ...…
 
How to stick to your core values, no matter the cost As a young woman, she was told: “You’re too sensitive. Just consume the media and don’t think about the underlying problematic messaging that oversexualizes and demeans women”. Even as she became the face of large marketing campaigns and her image was plastered on billboards, she saw how her ...…
 
How to control conversations to create a win-win outcome for you and your customer What’s the difference between a stereotypical salesperson and a professional salesperson? The answer: one word. For Phil M. Jones, carefully selecting your language makes the difference for your customer. Selling has a bad rep, but it doesn’t have to be sleazy—it ...…
 
How to authentically deliver content, even if you live in a fishbowl On their own, Shawn Johnson and Andrew East have incredible stories. Shawn is an Olympic gold medal gymnast. Andrew is a long snapper in the NFL. Both live in the public eye—and have for a long time. Now, they’re building a digital marketing/publishing empire together and they ...…
 
Mindsets and strategies to trust the right people and get the right things done Before Dr. Henry Cloud became known as a psychologist, bestselling author of over forty books, and leadership coach to Fortune 500 companies and small businesses, he and his friend were on their way to a Christian radio station to guest-host a four-hour show. In tru ...…
 
How to get the right things done so you are free to focus on building your best life More than eight years ago, Michael Hyatt shook off his job as CEO of Thomas Nelson Publishers to start his own business. The problem? He couldn’t manage his own calendar. His email inbox was a mess. Doing administrative tasks was a pain—he wanted to bill for hi ...…
 
How to roll up your sleeves and make it work in any situation Christy Wright had a strong entrepreneurial influence growing up. She grew up in her mother’s cake shop, watching her mother tackle every conceivable problem from troublesome customers to flat tires in the rain. It’s this mentality, coupled with her strong-willed personality, that ha ...…
 
How a regular person can choose the right business and make more for themselves Elaine Pofeldt didn’t always enjoy writing about the business world. When she started her journalism career, she believed it was boring. But, a friendship with a fashion designer changed her perspective. This led her to investigate and report on solopreneurs and cre ...…
 
How one man learned the true meaning of success – the hardest way imaginable. Picture this. On a campus like any other, there’s a room with rows of college students. They’re dialing phone numbers, trying to get people to re-mortgage their houses. After all, it’s 2006, and there’s lots of money in real estate, right? An early-twenties college st ...…
 
How to use what you have now to build an impactful business How does the youngest of four from Normal, Illinois grow up to influence the beginnings of the internet, work in the non-profit sector alongside powerful names like George Bush and Bill Clinton, and serve as Chairman of the Board of the National Geographic? CEO of the Case Foundation J ...…
 
How you can use an all-or-nothing approach in your business When Hovhannes “Hov” Zirekyants arrived in the States at fifteen, he couldn’t speak English. But he was a pro at saving money. Knowing he wanted to start a business, he worked as a private client banker until an unshakeable idea overtook him: what if he could develop an app that would ...…
 
How to build desirable, intentional relationships at work and at home Dr. Randy Ross, author of Relationomics, consults with businesses large and small to improve organizational health and workplace culture. Culture—the relationships, values, and behaviors you have at work—is a pivotal foundation for any seasoned or startup business. He believe ...…
 
How one man disrupts industries and governments to solve problems What kind of person runs an ad in the newspaper for a fake special effects job to find employment? Jay Samit did exactly that after seeing the original Star Wars in theatres as a young man. By running the ad, he was able to see what education and qualifications the applicants had ...…
 
She Did It Her Way founder explains the smart way to transition from day job to entrepreneurship. Amanda knew the white-collar life wasn’t for her. Even so, she went to college, got a degree, and started working a corporate job. But she dreamed of a bigger life. In 2012, she jumped ship and began consulting on a freelance basis with large corpo ...…
 
How one woman uses her interior design talents to give distressed families hope for the future Deidra Livingood knows tragedy. She lost her father at age seven. Whenever she heard stories of children losing family members, she kept asking herself, “What can I do to bring relief and hope to others?” Realizing her full-time job stood in the way o ...…
 
How original thinkers find success – and how you can too. Adam Grant’s claim to fame? He may have started the first social network at Harvard, years before Facebook. But then he shut it down because, when you can see people face-to-face, you don’t need an online network, right? Adam Grant is a Wharton professor, organizational psychologist, res ...…
 
Become more efficient with the power of over-communication When Justin left his position as the youngest senior executive at GAP to form his first startup, he had only one question: “Am I going to make a million dollars or a billion dollars?” That mentality left him defeated on his couch, questioning his life choices. But Justin is resilient. H ...…
 
How you can take control of your brand with free and low-cost marketing strategies Shane has been working in the online space since the early days. He even teaches a course for small businesses and aspiring influencers at UCLA about personal branding. He remembers how easy it was, in the beginning, to use influencer marketing to your advantage. ...…
 
How Liz Martin listened to her gut and landed a deal on Shark Tank Liz Martin was at her wit’s end when it came to combing her daughter’s’ hair. Necessity being the mother of invention, Liz literally tore up a teddy bear and inserted a hairbrush—and Tangle Pets was born. Knowing her family was six months away from financial trouble, Liz put tog ...…
 
Are you too focused on money to ever truly be wealthy? Matt Aitchison woke up in jail one day and realized if he didn’t change his ways, he would never truly be free. Expelled from high school and arrested after some poor decisions in college, Matt dove into entrepreneurship to turn his life around. He bought his first house without using his o ...…
 
How do you compete as a small business against giant corporations? This is one of the best times to be an entrepreneur—but not niching down is a colossal mistake, according to Christopher Lochhead. He’s a multi-talented entrepreneur, marketer, and author. And Christopher says that one of his “ah-ha” moments has been this: small businesses who d ...…
 
Nathan Chan launched Foundr magazine to the glorious tune of two subscribers ($5.50 in sales) In less than 15 months, he had put the Sir Richard Branson on the cover, and Foundr had cracked 100,000 subscribers. Nathan’s extraordinary climb—from entrepreneurial nobody to the founder of an international brand—has been anything but glamorous. He c ...…
 
Get scrappy, fire up social, and launch without spending a fortune. Do you want to launch your own brand? It might seem crazy to step into a marketplace crowded by global titans like Nike and H&M. But Air Force veteran-turned-entrepreneur J.B. Reynolds is showing us how to launch an apparel brand with BeneFIT Medical Apparel. J.B. saw a gap in ...…
 
The Internet is exploding with opportunities for creatives and artistic entrepreneurs. That’s what Lisa Congdon says. She’s the multi-talented artist, illustrator, author, and entrepreneur who’s teaching her fellow creatives how to thrive in the digital economy. So what is Lisa’s advice? Build a body of work through a personal challenge. Dive i ...…
 
How can you stand out from the crowd? Whatever’s normal, do the opposite. That’s the advice of Jesse Cole, founder of Fans First Entertainment, author of Find Your Yellow Tux, and Owner of the Savannah Bananas, an amateur baseball team. Jesse and his team have done something incredible with the Bananas; selling out their 2017 and 2018 seasons b ...…
 
What can crossfit teach us about business? Great business, like great coaching, has to be transactional and transformational. That means that you need to focus on measurable results and company culture, says Ben Bergeron. He’s the coach of six world champion crossfit athletes and, most recently, the author of Chasing Excellence. But Ben is more ...…
 
What’s the next big social media platform? It’s not actually social media, says Jeremy Goldman. He’s the CEO and Founder of Firebrand Group, host of the FUTUREPROOF podcast, and the author of Getting to Like: How to Boost Your Personal and Professional Brand to Expand Opportunities, Grow Your Business, and Achieve Financial Success. Basically, ...…
 
How do you build a company when the odds are stacked against you? You say, “Screw it, I’ll do it my way.” That’s the advice of Nathalie Molina Niño, the latina tech powerhouse who is fired-up about outsmarting the status quo. Nathalie launched her first tech startup at the age of 20 and is most recently the founder of BRAVA Investments, which i ...…
 
What does influence mean to you? That’s the question Julie Solomon asks to all her guests on the Influencer Podcast, which explores the secrets behind influencer marketing. On this episode of The StartupCamp Podcast, Julie’s diving into some of those secrets and strategies. She’s sharing insights into her own marketing results, as well as the i ...…
 
Do you have something to teach? Sarah and Dillon King think so. That’s why they started Launch, an online course that teaches people how to create and market their own online courses. The Kings are our guests on this episode of The StartupCamp Podcast. They turned to entrepreneurship because they wanted to spend more time with their young child ...…
 
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