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Hack the Entrepreneur Top Ten is the ten best conversations from over 200 interviews by Jon Nastor on Hack the Entrepreneur. Featured episodes: 1 Seth Godin: How to Know if You Are an Entrepreneur 2 Stephen Key: Finding a Multiplier Effect For Your Income 3 Guy Kawasaki: Understanding the Math of Success 4 Brian Tracy: We All Start As Employees 5 Sunni Brown: Refusing to Scale 6 Brian Clark: The Creativity of Limitations 7 Dan Martell: Is This Startup Worth My Life? 8 Benji Rogers: Getting C ...
 
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This interview was originally published on December 22, 2014, as HTE 038: Most Things In Life Fail. It’s Ok. | James Altucher From teaching you specifically how to make a living in six months, a great living within two years, and how to be rich within three years, James Altucher joined me for my most unconventional interview to-date. James Altucher…
 
This interview was originally published on March 11, 2015, as HTE 070: How to Find and Follow Your Inner Voice | Jessica Rea The popularity of this interview has been truly impressive. Not that Jessica isn’t a smart entrepreneur, she definitely is. But the fact that she is not a ‘big name’ in the space and how she struggles simply with the title of…
 
This interview was originally published on August 10, 2015, as HTE 112: Getting Comfortable with Being Uncomfortable Between the conversation about the merging of art and commerce, and Benji’s mindset of learning to become comfortable being uncomfortable. This conversation dives into the essential required for gaining the perseverance necessary to …
 
This interview was originally published on October 23, 2014, as HTE 019: Is This Startup Worth My Life? | Dan Martell During this conversation, I ask Dan Martell what the criteria is for knowing whether or not your idea needs VC funding — his response leaves me speechless, but clarifies the murky waters. As a Canadian entrepreneur, Dan has taken tw…
 
This interview was originally published on February 11, 2015, as HTE 059: Partnerships and the Creativity of Limitations | Brian Clark This conversation revolved around three essential elements of entrepreneurship: creativity, partnerships, and becoming the CEO of your company (even if you are a one person company). --- When I originally sat down t…
 
This interview was originally published on February 09, 2015, as HTE 058: Refusing to Scale (and Being Kind to Others) During this conversation, you will begin to understand entrepreneurship as a creative venture. Sunni Brown is smart, funny, and her energy is contagious. This all makes for an insightful and exciting conversation that moves from th…
 
This interview was originally published on July 27, 2015, as HTE 202: We All Start As Employees | Brian Tracy. Sometimes I interview people don't know before researching, a few I've heard a lot about, and other times I have been following their work for many, many years -- this episode is part of the latter. Brian Tracy is the author of more than 7…
 
This interview was originally published on July 27, 2015, as HTE 107: Understanding the Math of Success | Guy Kawasaki. This episode almost didn't get published. Jon Nastor and Guy Kawasaki get a little bit antagonistic with each other at one point in the conversation, so it was a bit off-putting at first. But this takes the conversation into a new…
 
This interview was originally published on November 24, 2014, as HTE 027: Finding A Multiplier Effect For Your Income | Stephen Key. The popularity of this episode is rooted in Stephen Key's unique perspective on passive income. Not that Stephen encourages laziness, but he does push us all to find our multiplier effects and to create income streams…
 
This interview was originally published on April 6, 2015, as HTE 076: Seth Godin on the Difference Between Failure and Your Struggle With Failure Seth Godin's concise definition of what makes someone an entrepreneur rather than a freelancer is an excellent starting point for coaches, freelancers, and new entrepreneurs. Entrepreneurship, as describe…
 
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