Chad Morris is the owner of Myogenics Fitness, a gym located in West Hollywood that is dedicated exclusively to what’s called High Intensity Training. Chad talks about his company and their unique approach to exercise and fitness.
Andrew Warner, founder of Mixergy.com, is interviewed about his own show on business, how he failed at it on the first try, and why he’s so passionate about the upstart.
Jawaid Bazyar is the president of foreThought.net, an Internet service provider and telecommunications company servicing the Denver, Colorado area. Jawaid talks about starting his company from his basement apartment, how he’s adapted his business over the years in an ever-evolving market, and why one should “always pay attention to the facts on the ground.”
Les McKeown, author of Predictable Success, is interviewed about his book and the knowledge he gained in starting over 42 companies during his career. Les tells us why startups of 3-4 people are most likely to succeed, the potential pitfalls to “following your passion” and why you should triple the initial expectations of your new business.
Micah Cover of Micah’s Magic is interviewed about being a professional magician. He discusses the business side of magician-ship, why having a mentors is a crucial part of his success, and how he develops his act.
Dr. Greg Harrison is the founder of Harrison’s Bird Foods, a company that has been producing high quality organic bird food for over thirty years. Dr. Harrison discusses formulating his product, growing his business in a declining market, as well as what it’s like to run a family business.
Coloft founders, Avesta Rasouli and Cameron Kashani, discuss their business and unique approach to a shared workspace environment, as well as the importance for all entrepreneurs to communicate their “why.”