BiggerPockets Business Podcast

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What does it take to start, scale, and sell your own business? Every Tuesday, J and Carol Scott ask this question to entrepreneurs of all stripes and delve into stories that go beyond the launch. F...
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What does it take to start, scale, and sell your own business? Every Tuesday, J and Carol Scott ask this question to entrepreneurs of all stripes and delve into stories that go beyond the launch. From hiring and firing to marketing and raising capital, this podcast takes an honest look at the triumphs and stumbles of entrepreneurship. Whether you’re looking to sustain a startup or bring an idea to life, you’ll come away inspired. Tune in—and learn how to treat your business like a business.
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BiggerPockets Business Podcast 32: Building an App That Partners With Billion-Dollar Brands—But Only Because They “Just Got Started” With Wes Schroll and Tyler Kennedy

“If you wait until you have a perfect plan,” says Fetch Rewards co-founder Tyler Kennedy, “you’re never going to get started.” That line sums up Tyler’s journey alongside his partner Wes Schroll, who take us behind the scenes at their fast-growing startup in this podcast episode.

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BiggerPockets Business Podcast 31: Leveraging Your Network to Launch and Grow Your Business with Gavin Steinberg

Gavin Steinberg—real estate developer turned founder of the novel furniture subscription company The Everset—reveals how he overcame risks to his business. His solution is all about leveraging your network and finding other people who can help you navigate areas of business where you may not be t...

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BiggerPockets Business Podcast 29: Scaling Multiple Businesses and Making a BIG Social Impact with Andy Seth

Want to “do well” AND “do good”? Andy Seth’s done just that. In this episode, he shares how he did it. You’ll love hearing about Andy’s journey from humble beginnings, like how he hustled at every turn, how he fought with what he calls “a terrible business partner” (his own ego), and so much more.

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BiggerPockets Business Podcast 26: Fail Fast? No, Start Slow! Secrets from Building (and Exiting) the World’s Biggest Wine Brand with Michael Houlihan and Bonnie Harvey

Co-founders of Barefoot Wine Bonnie Harvey and Michael Houlihan weren’t even “wine people” when they went into business. Yet they found a way to outsell everyone and eventually had giant companies competing to buy them. In this episode, learn the strategies that drove their explosive growth.

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BiggerPockets Business Podcast 25: What You Can Learn from a Company that Manages 12,000 Contractors with Ken Davis of TaskEasy

In this episode, TaskEasy CEO Ken Davis gives us a peek inside a company that handles lawn care for 800,000 properties across the U.S. In it, you’ll hear how Ken started the company to solve his own biggest headache, why TaskEasy zeroed in on mowing lawns, the company’s biggest operations challen...

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BiggerPockets Business Podcast 24: Achieving ‘Time Freedom’ and Franchising a Personal Training Business with Paige Wilcox

This episode is about standard operating procedures that make life easier. Paige Wilcox of Wilcox Wellness & Fitness breaks down how she built a personal training business that runs on autopilot, which allowed her to franchise. Learn how she thinks about systems, automated marketing, expanded...

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BiggerPockets Business Podcast 22: The Free Strategy to Reach WAY More Customers with PR Expert Josh Elledge

Like a lot of entrepreneurs, Josh Elledge got started trying to solve his own problem. After launching personal finance tool SavingsAngel.com, he came to realize that the best way to generate brand awareness was to provide massive value to news organizations—who in turn gave him a free platform t...

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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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