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The Next Generation

Connor Gross & Giovanni Armonies-Assalone

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Meet the entrepreneurs in their 20's who are building companies that will shape the future. Weekly episodes range from side hustle ideas to help you build passive income to quit your job or business stories of twenty-somethings having success with their own business.
 
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Special Offer for today's listeners: Get a $0.99 copy of Opting In To Optimization by The Good, to learn how to optimize your e-commerce store today. Checkout http://thegood.com/oito for your $0.99 book. Today we chat with Matt Schroeder on how he's build three business that all build off of one another We discuss - Selling millions of t-shirts whi…
 
Today's episode is brought to you by Lemon – visit Lemon.io/tngp to get 15% off your first 4 weeks with one of their developers. On today's episode we sit down with Liam Kircher to chat through how he started his commercial cleaning business and scaled it to where it is today. We walk through his plan to build a $100M short term rental management c…
 
Today We chat with Chad Ross on:- Scaling a 7 figure company - The importance of branding- Best business models to start generating cash flow Follow Ross on twitter https://twitter.com/chadross_Share your thoughts with us on twitter @gio__aa and @c_groTo learn more about our sponsor, Lemoni.io visit http://lemon.io/tngp…
 
Today we chat with Flips 4 Miles on how he went from 200 shoes in his dorm room to flipping over 100k of product every month on Amazon. We talk about: - How to get started flipping products - Who Miles looks up to - How to create equity in your business You can find Miles on twitter https://twitter.com/Flips4Miles You can find his discord group at …
 
Today we chat with Bryant Suellentrop on how he started a commercial cleaning business during covid. - Scaling to $15K in recurring revenue - How to hire and use VA's - Being in control of your own destiny You can find Bryant on twitter https://twitter.com/SullyBusiness You can find his discord group at https://t.co/uyGlT5R8Do? Share your thoughts …
 
On today's episode we have serial entrepreneur Jeremy LaBahn from Wonder Companies. Jeremy has started a wedding rental business, moving business, home staging business and more. We discuss the economics behind these local businesses, and why Jeremy is interested in buying businesses instead of building them from scratch. Share your thoughts with u…
 
On todays episode we chat with Danny Miranda. Danny is also a podcast machine with over 150 episodes and some crazy guests like Gary Vaynerchuk. We cover a lot of ground in this episode. - How to become the 2.0 version of yourself - How he gets high profile guests on his show - Books that will change your life - and much more You can find Danny on …
 
On today's episode we sit down with Corey Nicholson (@coreynceo) to break down how he launched his brand, Peachy Shapewear (mypeachyshapewear.com). Corey talks about why he dropped out of college after only 4 days, how he got into e-commerce and built a knee brace company before moving into Peachy Shapewear, how to go viral on Tiktok, and even shar…
 
On todays episode we chat with Paul Benigeri from archive.ai We discuss A step by step playbook for brands to use influencers How Paul started archive.ai Scaling past $10M+ using influencers And much more You can connect with Paul on twitter https://twitter.com/benigeri and check out archive.ai at https://archive.ai…
 
On today's episode we sit down with Branick Weix, Founder of Aryeo (www.aryeo.com/). Branick breaks down how he started his first business back in high school doing drone photography, how he pivoted into e-commerce and finally how he was able to raise $3.5 M for his latest company, Aryeo. If you enjoyed todays episode, please be sure to review and …
 
Today on the podcast we have Zach Tyler. Zach runs a lot of different projects and businesses. His most lucrative is peakphotobooths.com. which does Photo Booth rentals on Long Island. He also creates exceptional content on instagram @bahaviorhack and his substack https://behaviorhack.substack.com We covered a lot on this episode - Scaling event re…
 
On today’s episode Corey Haines, Founder of swipefiles.com shares with us how he got started creating and growing Swipe Files into a membership site that makes several thousand dollars every month. Corey shares exactly how: He’d start over from 0 today His favorite niches to start a community in and why How much $$$ he paid for Swipefiles.com domai…
 
On todays episode we sit down with Craig Curelop to discuss his path towards financial freedom through real estate. Craig currently owners 14 rental units in the Denver area and 6 single family properties in North Carolina. Craig also runs his own brokerage at the https://www.thefiteam.com/ and puts out a ton of content on instagram @thefiguy. Crai…
 
On todays episode Gio and Connor discuss projects they've started that didn't go as planned. Why some of them failed, why they were started, and lessons learned. They also chat about different business ideas that are interesting and could be worth pursuing. Don't forget to subscribe and leave a review.…
 
For anyone looking to start an online business, this is a great episode. We chat with Jake Thomas on how we went from no experience in SEO to generating $5k per month with https://goldenhearts.coWe learn his strategy for coming up with new content, discovering profitable niches and much more. And the best part? He spent almost no money.You can stay…
 
Josh Belinsky grabs the mic today to chat about he went from lactose intolerant to running Slate Milk, a beverage brand in over 3,500 stores with 20 grams of protein and 0 grams of sugar. They’ve been seen on everything from Kickstarter to Sharktank to some of the biggest stores in the world. We sit down to chat about: How they even figured out how…
 
On today’s episode, we answer the question “Should You Get A Job After College”? We break down the financial risk of not getting a job, share stories of why Connor got a job for 5 weeks before quitting, how to structure your days if you chose entrepreneurship, and more. Let us know what you thought of today's episode. Don't forget to subscribe.…
 
Joseph Lee is the co-founder of Freshline, an e-commerce platform for food suppliers and retailers. Joseph is a serial entrepreneur who first got his start at only 14 years old. He’s not 26 and has been through Tech Stars, Thiel Fellowship, and a pandemic that shut down 90% of his customers overnight. We chat with Joe about the benefits of starting…
 
Today we chat with Daniel Scott Mitchell. We discuss: How he persuaded 14 millionaires to give me $100,000 to buy a SAAS company. The business he bought and his plans for growth His insanely effective cold outreach Strategy You can check out the resume he sent here https://www.notion.so/Dan-s-Plan-for-SaaS-Success-cd8b51c557774206a104954e7a1fd8ee…
 
On todays episode we have on Lyn Chen who is a 22 year old serial entrepreneur who went from starting Tuf Candy to being the COO of LayerCI – a software product that helps developers build web apps faster. Lyn is also a recipient of the Theil Fellowship and took her business through YCombinator as well. On todays episode we learn about the story of…
 
Quinn found an inexpensive way to consistently bring in tens of thousands a month in cold hard cash without needing much money at all to start. With over 27 different machines installed, we sit down and dive into everything with Quinn such as when he knew it was time to quit his job, the economics of a vending machine (down to every penny of profit…
 
McKenzie and her husband Colby gave themselves six months after graduating college to build a company. Within a few years, they had millions in sales and over 28 employees.McKenzie lays out her playbook on how Thread Wallets scaled form 0 to 8 figures in revenue with no outside funding. She discusses different sales channels, marketing tactics, and…
 
What’s up everybody, we have an awesome episode today on scaling and buying home service businesses. We chat with John Wilson who is on track to hit $10 Million in revenue this year with his companies. After buying out his fathers plumbing business, John has been acquiring up other home service companies. We dive into exactly how he’s done this and…
 
On today’s episode Connor and Gio sit down to discuss their opinion on the easiest way to make money on the internet without needing to invest a lot of cash up front. They walk through why it’s the best opportunity, how to approach starting one, and even share how they bought a business like this last year. If you enjoyed today’s episode please let…
 
On today’s episode we sit down with Nikita Kopotun from Juniper. Nikita has one of the coolest stories we’ve heard yet. He went from dreams of being a professional ballet dancer, to study physics to eventually deciding he wanted to go all in on being an entrepreneur when he started Juniper which is on track to hit $65M in revenue this year. On toda…
 
Today we speak with Cody Davis. He’s only 21 but already owns 30 apartment units. We dive into exactly how he has done this at such a young age. Starting with less than 3 thousand dollars he’s managed to buy millions of dollars worth of real estate. We learn how he structures his deals, and also discuss tips and tricks for anyone else looking to ge…
 
On today's episode we sit down with Johnny Robinson. Unlike some of our past episodes where we’ve brought on Software CEO’s or professional race car drivers, Johnny has had a lot of success at only 22 years old doing something that isn’t exactly what you would call glamorous. Johnny spent $150 his freshman year of college to buy a bucket, a squeege…
 
Today we are sharing the untold story of how Connor & Giovanni met. From freshman year of college to selling Cardly last year, we dove into all of the stories (even the ones we've never told publicly before). If you liked today's episode, let us know on twitter! It's @c_gro or @gio__aa – We'll do more episodes like this in the future if you enjoyed…
 
On today's episode we sit down with Danielle Diamond. Danielle has started Epiq Media and is regarded as one of the leading creatives in B2B and social content today, I've directed content for companies like Drift, Privy, DGMG, User Interviews, Boundless, NYSHEX, Snapchat, Rosetta Stone, Vicks, King, Zenni Optical, Adidas, Tampax, Vicks and more. H…
 
Today we speak with Aaron Spivak. He’s the cofounder of hush blankets. They are on track to do $50 million this year selling weighted blankets and sleep accessories. Before hush blankets, Aaron ran one of the most popular party bus companies in Canada, and also launched a successful retail fruit juice business that is still doing well with multiple…
 
On today’s episode we sit down with Alex Wieckowski also known as Alex and Books. Alex is 26 years old but has already read over 200 books in his lifetime and at the time of the recording has over 120,000 followers on social media across instagram twitter tiktok and more. On today’s episode we talk about Alex’s favorite books, how to be a better re…
 
On today's episode we chat with Aurora Straus. Aurora is a full time student at Harvard University and also one of the youngest professional race car drivers. When she’s not winning races or taking exams, she’s running Girls with Drive which helps young women break into male dominated industries. We talk with Aurora about her experience learning to…
 
On today's episode we sit down with Hayes Canupp, a senior at University of Tennessee Knoxville. Hayes has grown his brand Jersey Bird into a 7-figure brand without spending a single dollar on Facebook ads. We talk about how Hayes is using TikTok influencers to explode his brand, why he left his internship on the second day, and what he wants to be…
 
On today’s episode we sit down with the CEO of SwagUp, Michael Martocci. Michael talks about how he decided to leave school to pursue his entrepreneurial passion, how he started SwagUp, what it was like living with an NFL player for a year, which business he’d be working on if he wasn’t full time on SwagUp, and more. If you enjoyed the episode be s…
 
On today's episode Giovanni and Connor sit down with Greg Meade, the CEO of CROSSNET. The worlds first first 4-square volleyball set. Greg is also the cofounder of Glunt, a glass blunt product company. Today we talk through how Greg started CROSSNET, how they hire their team, and how they've been scaling their company to a $10+ million company in o…
 
On todays episode we sit down with Joe Zanca and dive deep into his company, OnDemand Storage. Joe is 28 years old and has been running On Demand Storage for the past 4 years growing it into a nation-wide brand. We talk about everything from Joe's tips to selling better, the numbers behind OnDemand Storage, and how Joe would go about making money i…
 
On today's episode we sit down with Davis Clute. Davis is the co-founder of Hiccapop, an Amazon FBA brand doing just under $25M a year in revenue. Davis and his co-founders started this brand just years ago and using Amazon FBA have grown it into an 8-figure brand. Connor and Giovanni sit down with Davis to talk about how he got started, learn stor…
 
On today’s episode we sit down with Ari Lewis. Ari is the co-founder of Brandstreet, an online community connecting brand builders from across the internet. Before Brandstreet, Ari helped start a crypto hedge fund that grew to over 10 million in AUM. Ari shares his thoughts on growing an audience, where the creator economy is heading, why he’s bull…
 
On todays episode we interview Nick Nanakos. Nick is 24 years old and the CEO of TruckBux. Truckbux is a mobile app that makes discovering and buying from Food Trucks dead simple. On today's episode Nick talks about how COVID-19 impacted the food truck industry and growth for TruckBux, why he decided to drop out of Drexel to go full time on TruckBu…
 
On the first episode of the Next Generation, we brought on Ryan Lange. Ryan is 23 years old and the youngest person to ever run the MOAB 240, a 240 mile endurance race. Ryan has competed in several ultra marathons since; while Ryan isn't running he is building his hydration pack company, Gen Z. In today's episode we talk about Ryan's mindset, diet,…
 
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