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Guy Raz interviews the world’s best-known entrepreneurs to learn how they built their iconic brands. In each episode, founders reveal deep, intimate moments of doubt and failure, and share insights on their eventual success. How I Built This is a master-class on innovation, creativity, leadership and how to navigate challenges of all kinds. New episodes on Mondays and Thursdays for free. Listen 1-week early and to all episodes ad-free with Wondery+ or Amazon Music with a Prime membership or ...
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Welcome to 'How I Built My Small Business,' where I delve into unfiltered conversations with small business owners, revealing their humble beginnings, challenges, and game-changing advice. This podcast is a labor of love, aiming to inspire and empower small business enthusiasts and anyone curious to know the original spark of entrepreneurs' ideas, hints into how much revenue small business owners make, their profit margins, specific strategies used to grow, challenges faced, major wins, and ...
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「How I Built This」は米国の公共ラジオ放送、ナショナル・パブリック・ラジオ(NPR)が配信する番組で、掃除機で知られるダイソンの創業者ジェームズ・ダイソン氏ら著名な起業家が、自らのサクセスストーリーをインタビューに答えながら語るポッドキャストで、米国でもリスナーから幅広く支持されています。今回制作しました日本語版は、豊富なビジネス取材の経験を持つ日経BP総合研究所上席研究員、品田英雄氏が番組案内役を務め、起業家の肉声を伝える番組の魅力をそのままに、日本語で紹介します。 番組ではジェームズ・ダイソン氏の他、オンライン百科事典ウィキペディアの創設者、ジミー・ウェールズ氏や写真共有アプリのインスタグラムを創業したケビン・シストロム氏とマイク・クリーガー氏のインタビューを11月15日(月)からまとめて配信します。 https://www.1242.com/project/hibt/
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This podcast describes my business called dream sweetly. Here you will find what I did during this process and the struggles I faced Cover art photo provided by Rasmus Mikkelstrup on Unsplash: https://unsplash.com/@rasiquiz
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How I Built My Fundraising Consultancy is a bi-weekly interview podcast with fundraising consultants. Hear how individual consultants and consulting firm leaders got their start. Learn what it takes to launch your practice, the tools you’ll need, and the hardships you may face. Discover what it takes to build a fundraising consultancy. Check out How I Built My Fundraising Consultancy by MarketSmart.
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Former guest Fawn Weaver, founder of Uncle Nearest Whiskey, joins Guy for an “Advice Line” edition of HIBT Lab. Three early-stage entrepreneurs call in for advice on telling their brand story. In this episode, we’ll meet Kevin, the owner of a coffee trailer and roastery who grew up on a coffee farm in Honduras. Then Elisabeth, whose jewelry company…
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Amy is the co-founder and CEO of Teaspoon, a nationwide boba chain that opened its first store in Los Altos, california, in 2016 and started franchising two years later. Since then, the brand has expanded to 45 Teaspoon boba shops nationwide and counting. Her business has been featured in Style Magazine, Restaurant Magazine, Chef's Warehouse and mo…
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212. FloWater | Rich Razgaitis is the CEO and Co-Founder of FloWater. Raz, as most people call him, is passionate about creating a brand new, amazing type of water that’s at the epicenter of the sustainable movement. Their vision is to inspire the world with water, eliminate single use plastic water bottles, and provide everyone access to the world…
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With over 14.5 million subscribers, Rosanna Pansino has one of the most popular baking channels on YouTube But she never would have imagined her success back in 2010 when she started making videos as a hobby. At the time, she was a working actor in Hollywood with dreams of landing a leading role, but after receiving an ultimatum from her agent, she…
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Growing up, Danielle Walker’s family often convened for big meals prepared by her Italian grandmother, Grandma Marge. Back then, Danielle enjoyed a wide variety of food without restriction; but she began experiencing severe abdominal pain in her 20s that ultimately led her to totally transform her diet—cutting grains, lactose, sugar and more. As Da…
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Brian Dutt, in the heart of New York City, talks with us about what it's like starting and growing a video creation platform and app. Brian is the founder CEO of BeeRoll, a tech platform that empowers leading brands to weave authentic stories through user -generated content. For nearly a decade, Brian worked in the corporate world as an analyst exe…
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As one of the most successful creators on YouTube, Mark Rober doesn’t see what he does as a business. Instead, it’s a way to celebrate science in the most joyful way possible. While working as an engineer at NASA, he made his YouTube debut with a tutorial on how to make a gory Halloween costume with two iPads and a lot of duct tape. Over time, his …
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For decades, Shane Legg has anticipated the arrival of “artificial general intelligence” or AGI. In other words: an artificial agent that can do all the kinds of cognitive tasks that people can typically do, and possibly more... Now as the Chief AGI Scientist and a co-founder of Google DeepMind, he stands by that prediction and is calling on the wo…
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Rachel is the co-founder of Maptote, a Brooklyn based small business that has been making fun and functional products with unique location-centric designs. With a tale that stitches together art, fashion, and sustainability, Rachel recounts the leap of faith that propelled a single Brooklyn map tote bag and an initial $600 investment into a diverse…
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Best friends Rhett McLaughlin and Link Neal started out as “comedians for Christ,” and grew their partnership into one of the most successful YouTube platforms in existence. During college they created silly videos and songs for Christian events, and later built a following on YouTube before most people knew what it was. After struggling to find st…
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From Wondery, Business Wars is a podcast about the biggest corporate rivalries. In the newest season, host David Brown tracks the power struggles and philosophical differences within OpenAI that culminated in Sam Altman’s shocking firing, the chaos that followed, and what it means not just for OpenAI, but for the future of artificial intelligence s…
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Skip Abed bought the Santa Barbara Sailing Center at twenty-seven years old back on April 1, 2000 after working there for eight years. Skip saw a vision for the myriad of ways he could improve the Santa Barbara Sailing Center and over the past twenty-three years, he's gradually put them in place growing the business from about ten boats to over for…
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Best-selling author and economics professor Renée Mauborgne thinks that too many entrepreneurs focus on the wrong things—consumed with making their companies outperform one another as they fight for a greater share of a crowded market space. But what if entrepreneurs focused on creating new markets instead of fighting over old ones? This week on Ho…
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211. GoTab | Tim McLaughlin is Co-Founder of GoTab, a leading contactless ordering and payment platform serving full-service food & beverage establishments in almost thirty states and still growing. GoTab launched in 2016 as a code on the receipt for mobile payment of restaurant tabs. In 2018 it became a QR code. The idea started in 2015 when Tim c…
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Rochelle Webb is a clinical assistant professor of entrepreneurship and marketing at Loyola Marymount University. She’s not only an academic powerhouse, but also the visionary founder and CEO of Optimist Made, connecting global designers to the American market. With over a decade in corporate America, Rochelle’s expertise in global brand marketing …
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210. Bel Air Internet | Terry Koosed is the Founder of Bel Air Internet, a Los Angeles based Internet Service Provider, and a leading authority on successful entrepreneurship. He has founded and successfully run seven companies in the high-tech industry during the past 40 years, sometimes concurrently, and is what some would call, a serial entrepre…
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Whole30 began as a dietary experiment: For 30 days, Melissa Urban went without grains, dairy, legumes, alcohol and added sugar. She was trying to address several health problems, and the results were so extraordinary that she decided to share the diet with others. What followed was a blog, a series of seminars, a best-selling book and eventually a …
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209. Blazy Susan | Will Breakell is the brainchild and founder of the Blazy Susan brand. Will is a young entrepreneur from Roanoke, Virginia. Although Will graduated from the esteemed Virginia Military Institute, he soon realized that he was meant to take a different path than the majority of his peers. The mountains of Colorado were calling for hi…
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The popular science fiction idea of beaming someone instantly to another location was part of David Nussbaum’s inspiration to design a “holoportation box.” His company, Proto, invented a device the size of a telephone booth that projects a hologram-type image so realistic it appears someone is standing inside... This week on How I Built This Lab, h…
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208. ModPools | Paul Rathnam was diagnosed with a learning disability early in his life, Paul Rathnam persevered through all the challenges and reached success by becoming the business owner of a unique and innovative company called ModPools. His very first company was ModPro, which customizes shipping containers for a variety of client's needs. Co…
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Ross Jacobson is the co -founder CEO of 3311 Productions, a company of film lovers who take movie making seriously, but not themselves. Ross went from the entry level job as tape librarian at Magical Elves, the producer of Top Chef and Project Runway, to leading the company in just four years. Ross is a film industry veteran who has brought films t…
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207. Levels Metabolic Health | Josh Clemente spent the first half of his professional career working at SpaceX and Hyperloop– two companies, one founded by and the other supported by Elon Musk. At SpaceX, Josh spent six years working on rocket and spacecraft systems, while at Hyperloop, Josh worked on infrastructure level engineering and life suppo…
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Isaac Larian moved from Iran to Los Angeles at age 17 with just a few hundred dollars, and went on to build one of the biggest toy companies in the world. Along the way, he took on Barbie with a wildly successful line of punky dolls called Bratz — a success that touched off an epic legal battle with Mattel. Today, at age 70, Isaac is still the CEO …
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206. DiamondBack Truck Covers | Ethan Wendle in 2003 was attending an Engineering Entrepreneurial class when he met Matt Chverchko. They partnered in a classroom project that grew from a garage operation to a real full-time enterprise. Thus, DiamondBack Truck Covers was born. Ethan attended Penn State University from 2000 to 2003 and took up Civil …
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“Growth is not about the genius you possess—it’s about the character you develop.” That’s what organizational psychologist and podcast host Adam Grant believes, and he offers a new framework on how we can elevate ourselves and others in his latest book, Hidden Potential: The Science of Achieving Greater Things. This week on How I Built This Lab, in…
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205. R-Zero | Grant Morgan was developing a powerful UV-C disinfection device capable of destroying over 99.99% of pathogens to make commercial space as safe as possible for employees and customers. Grant, along with his co-founders, runs R-Zero Systems, which is a biosafety company dedicated to making safer everyday spaces and common places. Among…
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