BiggerPockets Business Podcast

From hiring and firing to marketing and raising capital, this podcast takes an honest look at the triumphs and stumbles of entrepreneurship.

BiggerPockets Business Podcast

BiggerPockets Business Podcast 21 – Reframing the Rat Race: How to Use Your Day Job to Prepare for Entrepreneurship with James Anderson of Forged Axe Throwing

What went into building a 7-figure axe throwing business? In this episode, James Anderson shares the skills he gained as a marketer and tour guide that he then used to bootstrap the business he co-founded, including creating buzz, split-testing, designing systems, and crafting world-class experie...

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BiggerPockets Business Podcast 20: The Questions You MUST Ask Every Potential Hire with David Greene

Ask any entrepreneur about their biggest challenge, and you’re likely to get some version of “finding the right people.” So, when building a team, how do you REALLY judge the character, motivation, and “fit” of a potential hire? Podcast guest David Greene reveals the exact questions he uses to fi...

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BiggerPockets Business Podcast 17: Using Fear as Fuel with Alejandro Velez and Nikhil Arora, Co-Founders of Back to the Roots

Fear isn’t always a bad thing; it can be a powerful motivator. Fear serves as a signal that you’re pushing yourself beyond your comfort zone and blossoming as an entrepreneur. Overcoming doubt is one of several topics we discuss in this episode with Alejandro Velez and Nikhil Arora.

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BiggerPockets Business Podcast 16: Mastering Cash Flow and Finding Riches in “Headache” Jobs with 3Point Cleaning CEO Jesse McCue

Jesse McCue’s property management company had a problem: They couldn’t find a thorough, reliable cleaning crew. Jesse took matters into his own hands and created a now thriving, 100-employee enterprise. In this episode, he maps out a plan you can use to start a service business, too!

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BiggerPockets Business Podcast 15: How to Build a $100K/Month Real Estate Wholesaling Business with Max Maxwell

What are you doing that you’re not good at and/or don’t like doing? Fire yourself—seriously! This episode is about delegating and systemizing, and who better to learn from than a serial entrepreneur who’s been tearing it up in real estate in recent years? Max Maxwell shares his journey.

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BiggerPockets Business Podcast 14: Entering a Crowded Service Market and Crushing the Competition with Nick Huber

Want a blueprint for breaking into a competitive industry and taking down bigger, more established competitors? As a college student, Nick Huber founded a storage business aimed at helping his classmates. He and his partner passed up corporate job offers, have since expanded into 11 states, and n...

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BiggerPockets Business Podcast 13: 3 Rules for Crushing It in Business with ‘Shark Tank’ Star Barbara Corcoran

As a “shark” on ABC’s Shark Tank, Barbara Corcoran hears a lot of pitches. She’s invested in entrepreneurs who have gone on to thrive—and those who’ve failed or faded away. So, what separates them? In this episode, Barbara shares what she’s learned from both the show and her own remarkable roller...

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BiggerPockets Business Podcast 12: Step-by-Step Case Study: Manufacturing, Marketing and Selling a Physical Product with Cody Berman of Arsenal Discs

Cody Berman grew up playing disc golf (think golf with frisbees). By the time he was 19, the game was growing FAST. He spotted a big opportunity in the equipment market and decided to do something about it. Here he breaks down the process from start to finish—and opens up about his exact costs an...

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BiggerPockets Business Podcast 10: Building a 7-Figure Meat Snacks Company and Forming a Perfect Partnership with Peter Awad

How do you launch a profitable business without taking on a ton of employees or dealing with brick-and-mortar retailers? Peter Awad, co-founder of Mission Meats, explains. He also offers useful insight into what makes a great (and terrible) partnership, how he overcame his inability to focus, and...

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