I have a tip for you for the holiday period that’s such an awesome tip it almost qualifies as a Christmas present.
Trust me: you’ll be so glad I blogged about this.
A one-hour interview with a founder, every day of every work week: totally free!
Every day of the (work) week, I listen-in on a one-hour interview with an entrepreneur.
Since I moved to LA, I’ve listened to shockingly-good interviews with founders, business owners and business luminaries – people like:
- Tim Ferriss (who wrote the 4-Hour Workweek and who invests in numerous Bay-area start-ups)
- Gary Vaynerchuk (founder of Wine Library TV and author of Crush it)
- Jimmy Wales (founder of Wikipedia)
I listened to these interviews on a site called www.mixergy.com. And, amazingly, I’ve paid nothing for the privilege.
The sole purpose of this post is to encourage you to go to Mixergy – to encourage you to start listening to Mixergy interviews – and encourage you to develop a daily Mixergy habit, just like mine!
Please understand that this post is a no-holds-barred endorsement of Mixergy – but it’s NOT a paid endorsement. Andrew Warner (the founder of Mixergy) has no idea I’m writing this post – and I stand to get no benefit whatsoever (other than sharing what has, for me, been a life changing service).
And frankly, I prefer it that way. Absent any commercial relationship, there’s no need for me to pull any punches. I can literally plead with you to take the time to discover Mixergy.
So, I’ve given you a hint of what Mixergy is about. A free one-hour interview every day of the (work) week with a founder. But that’s not the half of it.
Three things that really make Mixergy special
There are three more things you really need to know about Mixergy:
First, the high-profile interviews I’ve mentioned above are just the tip of the iceberg. Of the 658 interviews Andrew has on his site – and of the ~200 I’ve listened to – the greater majority are total strangers. And that’s part of the magic. Every week I hear stories of people I’ve never heard of who’ve tapped into markets I never imagined existed and who have built businesses that turn over millions, tens of millions or even hundreds of millions of dollars. Continue reading “Mixergy: Christmas tip (almost a Christmas present)” »