How do you take an idea and grow it into a six-figure business, a multiple six-figure business, and then scale it to a multiple seven-figure business? That’s what we’re talking about with today’s special guest: Nathan Chan, founder of Foundr Magazine.
Foundr Magazine has turned into a powerhouse brand since I last spoke with Nathan (Episode 169). So much has happened! Today, Nathan is going to dish on all that he’s done, and all that he’s had to stop doing in order to grow. I’m basically just turning the mic over to Nathan so he can give us the scoop on what he’s learned, what he’s aiming for now, how he’s building his brand, and why his mission with Foundr has increased 100x.
Stick that phone in your pocket and listen close, because this episode is stuffed with insights and powerful takeaways. That’s what Foundr is all about—helping entrepreneurs create a successful business. Nathan has a lot to share, so let’s get started!
If you want to get a free, printed copy of the Richard Branson issue of Foundr, go to Foundr.com/branson (you only need to cover shipping and handling).
And speaking of freebies, if you’ve ever been interested in starting a podcast, I have a free, three-day mini course for you. It’s structured to help you get your podcast up and running without getting overwhelmed. I’ll walk you through all the steps, hand-in-hand: Check it out at HowtoStartaPodcast.com.
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Special thanks to Nathan Chan for joining me this week. Until next time!