Neil Patel is the co-founder of Crazy Egg, Hello Bar, and KISSmetrics and has a widely popular blog on content marketing and internet marketing.
He helps companies like Amazon, NBC, GM, HP and Viacom grow their revenue.
The Wall Street Journal calls him a top influencer on the web, Forbes says he is one of the top 10 online marketers, and Entrepreneur Magazine says he created one of the 100 most brilliant companies in the world.
He was recognized as a top 100 entrepreneur under the age of 30 by President Obama and one of the top 100 entrepreneurs under the age of 35 by the United Nations.
So first off, you will notice a few things about this episode.
We didn’t have a super amount of time on the clock so we needed to be efficient.
But in the effort of saving time, I completely neglected the first rule of interviewing.
Or at least my types of interviews.
I asked him questions from the head rather than from the heart.
If you have no idea what I mean, once you hear the episode you will understand.
Actually, this is probably a good example of what NOT to do with a podcast with a key influencer in the industry, but nonetheless, I want to be transparent and show you.
No one is perfect.
But actually, listening to it a second time, it’s actually pretty valuable information.
Neil talks about the 2 channels he would utilize if he was starting over today.
Neil also tells us how we can start executing faster and faster
Neil breaks down his philosophy with hacking systems and life in general and much more!
Show notes and links are at
Nathan’s has been an entrepreneur (Heyo recently acquired in 2016) since his college days and (he claims on his website) that he runs on NUCLEAR POWER.
After the interview, I believe it.
He founded Heyo, a SAAS company that he recently sold through his own orchestrated bidding war and is the executive producer on "The Top" podcast, which has amassed over 1.6 million downloads in the last 9 months.
We have A LOT of superstars on the show, but Nathan is a completely different breed.
Just listening to how meticulous and analytical his brain works and his approach is refreshing.
In the interview, Nathan tells us why the podcasting industry is fixed and needs help.
He also talks about his recent sell of HEYO, his SASS company and how he quadruple (that's 4x) the original offer with 5 "magic" words.
He also shares with me WHY he is the most sued podcaster perhaps ever!
IF you listen to this episode and don’t immediately want to work harder AND smarter, I don't know what you are doing.
Show note and links can be found: www.theinnerchangemaker.com/podcast/077
Between losing his father to Leukemia and his mother’s battle with substance abuse, JuVan was legally adopted by age 4.
JuVan was raised in an environment filled with countless examples of what not to do. Fortunate enough to have had a cast of incredible mentors, JuVan received guidance and council on how not be involved and how to live above his circumstances.
Today mentored by some of the most influential business and lifestyle entrepreneurs in the world, JuVan travels the globe speaking, coaching and facilitating workshops where he supports men and women who are committed to discovering their life’s purpose and living their legacy.
What You Will Discover From This Episode
- The 3 C's that drive and motivates Juvan
- How we can be more present and go deeper with our thoughts and perspectives
- An exercise designed for men to be more in tune with your body (38:30 - I have never heard this before...)
- How to CHOOSE your empowered self
- A surprise that Juvan has for people living in Vancouver and Toronto
- and much more!!
Show notes and links can be found at --> www.theinnerchangemaker.com/podcast/076
This week is we are featuring Jon Nastor from Hack The Entrepreneur.
Jon Nastor, is the host and creator behind the highly rated, Hack The Entrepreneur podcast.
He has interviewed over 200+ entrepreneurs ranging from Guy Kawasaki to Seth Godin all while trying to discover every hack to life / business in between.
In fact, he wrote a book about with the most popular ones in it.
I needed to know. What was the hack that all successful entrepreneurs were using that "normal" people often ignored or looked pass.
The answer (25:55) was a bit shocking.
The conversation with Jon was not only awesome, but this is one of the few interviews that I listened to again in its entirety.
He didn’t always have this awesome brand empire of Hack the entrepreneur. In fact, in the interview Jon tells us about his life previous to all this.
Jon spent his earlier years travelling coast-to-coast across Canada playing drums in several punk rock bands.
He co-founder of VelocityPage, a WordPress plugin that allows anyone to create beautiful landing pages in minutes — without code.
I love interviewing other podcasters on the show, and you are about to hear why.
Show notes and links can be found http://www.theinnerchangemaker.com/podcast/075