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88: David Farough Schools Me on My Podcasting Skills

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Podcast ReviewsGreat message!May 18, 2018 by Joeb29 from United StatesLoved the show about how entrepreneurship, and how you need to be ready for it to be hard. And how you hope that it is hard. I completely agree! Great stuff!Very thoughtful and actionableMay 18, 2018 by ATorb from United StatesLove these bite-sized episodes with amazing…

85: Luke the Lone (Feat. Luke Simpson)

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EmailFacebookInstagramTwitter About the Guest “I’m a composer creating interesting and creative music, generally prog-rock-like frequently veering into a variety of other musical territories as well. I also have a blog where I plan to write about my approach to music, music that I enjoy listening to, new guitar gear that I acquire, new music that…

84: The Unstarving Musician (Feat. Roberto Hernandez)

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EmailFacebookInstagramTwitter About the Guest “As a gigging musician and fan of live performance, I’ve committed myself to not only sharing my best tips and secrets, but also to learning about and sharing the expertise of other music professionals. I want to help musicians do more of what they love–make music.” Guest’s Websites unstarvingmusician.com Tweets by…

74: John Lee Dumas Discusses His New Project “Memoir: Audiobiographies”

EmailFacebookInstagramTwitter John Lee Dumas, founder of EOFire, stopped by (via Skype) to discuss life after Hurricane Maria devastated Puerto Rico, as well as his new project: Memoir Audio Biographies! About the Guest JLD is the host of Entrepreneurs ON FIRE, awarded ‘Best of iTunes’, where he interviews the worlds most successful Entrepreneurs 7-days a week.…

71: How to Cultivate Community for Success (Feat. Mark Asquith)

EmailFacebookInstagramTwitter Mark Asquith started Excellence Expected in 2015. He didn’t make any money with it for 2 years, but he kept producing high quality content and connecting with those who consumed it. But the secret sauce to his eventual success? Building Community. About the Guest “Hi, I’m Mark Asquith. In 2005 I decided that I no…

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