645: The Leverage Equation: Entrepreneurial Time Management, Productivity, and Communication with Financial Mentor Todd Tresidder

June 10, 2019

Todd Tresidder graduated from the University of California at Davis with a B.A. in economics and a passion for creating successful businesses. A serial entrepreneur since childhood, Todd went on to build his own wealth as a hedge fund investment manager before “retiring” at 35. He grew his net worth from less than zero at 23 to the point of financial independence just 12 years later.

Todd has maintained his wealth by remaining an active investor and utilizing statistical and mathematical risk management systems for investing. Through his website at FinancialMentor.com, he teaches advanced investing and advanced retirement planning principles. Take the next step beyond conventional financial advice and discover what works, what doesn’t, and why, based on years of proven experience.


637: Hire a Full-Time Assistant in the Philippines: Outsource Forum Posting, Programming, Graphic Design, Customer Support and More with John Jonas

May 7, 2019

John has helped thousands of entrepreneurs succeed in their business by doing outsourcing differently. He created and runs OnlineJobs.ph, the largest website for finding Filipino virtual workers, with over half a million Filipino resumes and hundreds of thousands of employers from around the world using it. He works about 17 hours per week, choosing to spend his time with his family rather than working.


OnlineJobs.ph: World's Largest And Safest Marketplace For Finding Rock Star Filipino Workers (Website)

615: ClickUp: Be More Productive, Save Time, and Get More Out of Your Team Using Project Management Software with Zeb Evans

November 26, 2018

Zeb Evans is a serial entrepreneur that's started several software companies with over $50 million in revenue. Currently, he's founder and CEO at ClickUp, a productivity platform where people plan their work.


577: Work Hero: Stratch Your Own Itch, Innovate When There Is No Other Option, Be Persistent and Create Freedom with Kevin Koskella

July 27, 2018

Kevin Koskella from Work Hero is an online entrepreneur and digital nomad. He decided he wanted to be free of the corporate world when he lost his job after the dot com bubble burst.
With a history of competitive swimming, he returned to the water and started doing part time work as a swim instructor and personal trainer. In 2005, he turned Tri Swim Coach, his business teaching swimmers to become triathletes, into a full time, location independent, online business.

Today he works with entrepreneurs around what he teaches triathletes: you need experts so you can be the most successful. That’s why in 2017, Kevin founded Work Hero, a service that helps online entrepreneurs by accomplishing their design and technical tasks so they have the freedom to focus on the work they do best. For a flat monthly rate, teams of experts focus on the annoying and technical tasks that business owners should not have to deal with.


548: Get More Momentum, Increase Your Revenue, and Grow Your Business Through Delegating with Audrey Isbell

May 29, 2018

Audrey Isbell from AVA Virtual Assistance is an International Speaker, and Author of "100 Simple Truths all Virtual Assistants Should Know". She is a Certified QuickBooks ProAdvisor, Certified in Social Marketing and valued for her business consulting and project management contributions made to business owners and entrepreneurs across the country.

In today's episode, Audrey talks about why your business needs to scale (and speed up) using a virtual assistant. She also goes into detail about the types of virtual assistants you should look into (generalists vs. specialists) as well as how you can make money becoming a virtual assistant if that business path suits you.


521: Build, Then Hire: Get Messy Early, Delegate, Invest Ahead of Your Business, and Find Future Clients with Leslie Hassler

March 28, 2018

After creating, losing and rebuilding her own businesses, Leslie Hassler of Your Biz Rules now guides women business owners to bounce back from burn out, reignite growth in their businesses, and rekindle their passion for their business.

With Leslie’s ability to simplify the complex process of building a business, you’ll make more progress working with Leslie than you ever did on your own. The strategies and techniques that her clients implement creates 30% to 200% growth – not just this year, but year after year.

Leslie is the host of Coaching From The Carpool and appears on the Top 100 Business Coaching Blogs on the Web debuting at #41. She recently launched her first book First This, Then That: The Rules To Getting Growth Right In Your Service Based Business and is here to talk about delegating on Upwork, Fiverr, and locally -- so that you can get messy early, avoid reactive decision making, and think ahead in your business.


434: Virtual Assistant Secrets: Focus on Growing Your Business and Build a Team That Runs on Autopilot with Andrea Rozman

November 3, 2017

Andrea Rozman from Your Gal Friday stepped out of the corporate IT and project management world ten years ago, and into small business where she works with people from all backgrounds – lawyers, digital marketers, business coaches, investment bankers and more. Andrea and her team of virtual assistants help relieve the stress of business ownership by doing all the odds and ends tasks needed so entrepreneurs and small business owners can focus on growing their businesses.

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184: Time Really is Money: Scale Your Business to $5,000 Per Hour with Rob Slee

November 18, 2016


Rob Slee, author of Time Really is Money, wants to help you scale to a:

  • $50/hour business (where you are the value proposition)
  • $500/hour (where you manage employees)
  • $5000/hour (where you only deal with the culture, niches, and business model)
  • $50k/hour (changing industries)
  • $5m/hour (changing the world)

183: Scale, Build Your Team, and Outsource Remote Workers with Nathan Hirsch

November 17, 2016


Nathan Hirsch from Freeeup.com has several insights about outsourcing your team in the departments of biz-opp, e-commerce, marketing, and web development. Nathan began his entrepeneurial journey wiht a business that re-sold textbooks, and has since branched out to supplying workers for e-commerce businesses.

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