#20: How to Write for Inc, Entrepreneur, Mashable and Build a Business with Social Influencer, John Rampton

How to Write for Inc, Entrepreneur, Mashable with John Rampton Interview

In this episode, we’re talking to Entrepreneur Magazine’s #3 Top Social Influencer of the year, John Rampton. We cover how John’s been able to write for Inc, Entrepreneur, Mashable, and dozens of other major publications. We dive into how he’s built multiple seven-figure businesses that started on the side of his other work, and so much more…

#19: Selling Your Company: The First Two-Women Co-Founded Startup Out of Y-Combinator, with Jen & Chiara of Bizzy and Kat from Y-Combinator

In this episode, we’re talking to Jen & Chiara from Bizzy, an email marketing startup that went through Y-Combinator here in the San Francisco Bay Area and recently sold to SendGrid in 2017. We’re also hearing from Kat Mañalac, a partner at Y-Combinator about what she looks for in startups they select to join the accelerator…

#18: Growing a $160,000 Side Hustle in 1 Year and Diversifying Your Side Income with Matt Feldman of Case Escape

In this episode, my former business partner Matt Feldman and I talk about what it was like starting a company together as a side project right out of college. We cover the origin of Case Escape, how we grew the business to over $160,000 in revenue in less than a year, and the ways Matt’s been able to continue growing the company significantly over the years.

#17 Getting Your First 100 Sales and Validating a Product Idea with Side Hustler Viktor Tretyak

In this episode, we’re talking to Viktor Tretyak, an IT Analyst by day and side hustler by night who’s got a growing side hustle selling super cool pins. He’s in the middle of his side hustle journey, so we talk behind-the-scenes of getting his first 100 sales, validating his idea on the cheap and more…

#16: How to Become a Freelance Designer (on the Side) and Build a Personal Brand with Logo Designer Ian Paget

Become Freelance Designer on the Side with Ian Paget Logo Geek

In this episode, we’re talking to Ian Paget aka Logo Geek, a creative director by day and freelance designer by night about how to become a freelance designer on the side. We cover how he earns $5,000/mo doing logo designs, what it took to get 87,000 Twitter followers, and how he gets his best clients to come to him…

#15: Steli Efti on His Best Sales Advice, Getting Outside Your Comfort Zone, and Building a Startup

In this episode, Steli Efti, the CEO of Close is sharing his best sales advice. We’re talking all about how to become a master at sales no matter where you’re starting today, we’re diving into his most effective growth strategies, how he’s built a 7-figure startup and much more…

#14: Growing Levo from Side Hustle to 8.6 Million Members and Raising $8 Million in Funding with Caroline Ghosn

In this episode, we talk to Caroline Ghosn, the founder and CEO of Levo, about how she grew the company from side hustle to 8.6 Million members, brought on $8 Million in investor funding, and how she’s landed partnerships with Warren Buffett, Sheryl Sandberg, Kevin Spacey and more…

#13: Landing Six-Figure Freelance Clients (on the Side) and Perfecting Your Pitch with Jake Jorgovan

In today’s episode, we’re talking about how to land six-figure freelance clients (on the side) with experienced freelancer and consultant, Jake Jorgovan. We cover the most creative outreach campaigns he’s seen and launched, including mailing cakes & hot sauce to prospective clients, we’re diving into what makes the perfect freelance pitch, and much more…

#12: Side Hustle Law 101 and Avoiding Getting Fired: Anthony McCusker, Attorney for Slack, Lyft and Atlassian

In today’s episode, we’re talking about side hustle law 101. Is it legal to start a side hustle? Under what circumstances? What are the common pitfalls you need to avoid? Should you tell your boss? Here to answer these questions is Anthony McCusker, a technology attorney for companies like Slack, Lyft, and Atlassian…