On today's show, I talk with the founder of Nerd Fitness, Steve Kamb. Steve has built an amazing community at the intersection of his two interests: fitness and video games. By carving out a space in the highly competitive fitness market for folks just like him, Steve’s Nerd Fitness has become more than a business—it’s an amazing, die-hard community of devoted fans.
Today's episode is a success story with Carrie Clark. Carrie, a speech therapist by trade, runs SpeechandLanguageKids.com. Though she loved her private speech therapy practice and the school where she worked, she grew frustrated with the limitations of those jobs and their drain on her time and energy. Carrie knew she could be earning more and serving her patients better.
On this episode, I have Aaron Walker with me. He offers up a lifetime of wisdom on how to thrive—both professionally and personally—as an entrepreneur. Aaron runs ViewfromtheTop.com, is a veteran entrepreneur with 37 years experience, and has been involved in mastermind groups for more than 20 years.
Some of my most popular content involves success stories and progress updates from SPI readers and listeners just like you. This guest post from the fellas at Fizzle.co highlights three SPI audience members who have shared their progress within the Fizzle community.
Today, I’m bringing you guys something I know you love: a success story from someone just like you.
I’m with Kirk Du Plessis of OptionAlpha.com, an amazing business that was once simply a blog Kirk ran on the side. Now, Kirk’s turned his hobby into a business that’s earning him six figures per month. He’s done that using some genius strategies, total transparency, and a whole lot of authenticity.
As CEO of GameChangersMovement.com, Peter has trained nearly 5,000 young entrepreneurs. He draws on the wealth of experience he’s gathered from his own career (which started before he even hit high school) to teach aspiring business owners how to take charge of their lives, their money, and their aspirations.
It took me getting laid off in 2008 to realize the opportunities that were available to me as an online entrepreneur. In this post, I recognize 5 people in completely different niches that have all recently took the plunge into entrepreneurship, all on their own...