The Startup Life

The Startup Life

The Startup Life is a show for entrepreneurs wanting to grow their business and career-minded professionals looking to scale the corporate ladder. Get ready to receive major value as host Dominic Lawson interviews the best business minds in the world. Marc Randolph (Co-Founder of Netlfix), Tom Golisano (Founder of Paychex), and many others that have been featured in many publications from Entrepreneur, Inc Magazine, Forbes, Fast Company, and more. So if you have an idea, be about that life...The Startup Life!... Show More

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September 21, 2020 57 min

In this episode, we talk to Michael Solomon (Co-founder of 10 Management & Author) as we discuss his new book, how the best talent in tech make themselves marketable to new employers, and what it was like working for Bruce Springsteen for awhile. 

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I am a co-founder of two companies: 10x Management and 10x Ascend.

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**This episode was recorded on March 3** 

In this episode we talk to Melvin Figueroa (Founder of Mello Multimedia) as we discuss his background, what goes into a great logo, and more. 

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Hello, my name is Melvin Figueroa and I am the founder of Mello Multimedia located in Melbourne, FL. I have been working passionately in the design & web design industry creating brand identities and build...

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In this episode, we talk to Sinan Aral (Venture Capitalist & Award-Winning Professor at MIT) as we discuss his new book, the concept of "The Attention Economy", and what he is learning from his son. 

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Follow Sinan on Twitter, Instagram, and LinkedIn

Check out his website

**More on Sinan**

Sinan Aral is the David Austin Professor of Management at MIT, where he is a Professor of IT & Marketing, ...

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In this episode, we talk to Christopher Marquis(Award-Winning Professor at Cornell University)as we discuss his new book, advice on doing business in China, and how one student's question changed everything. 

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Chris Marquis is the Samuel C. Johnson Professor in Sustainable Global Enterprise and Professor of Management at the Cornell University Johnson College of Business. Prior to joining Cornell, he work...

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September 14, 2020 61 min

In this episode, we talk to Nik Wallenda (World Record Holder & Author)as we discuss his new book, why he credits his community for his success, and what it is like going across an active volcano on a tight rope. 

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On June 23, 2013, Nik completed yet another life-long dream, this one 6 years in the making, becoming the first person to cross the Grand Canyon on a wire.  His network part...

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In this episode, we talk to Brian Ursu, CFP (President at Intentional Wealth Advisors) as we discuss financial planning for the future, how his daughter sparked the idea for his new book, and we even talk a little soccer. 

Purchase Brian's book here

Check out Intentional Wealth Advisors, LLC 

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Having worked nearly 30 years in the financial industry, actively listening to his clients, Brian has a clear idea o...

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In this episode, we talk to Taylor Shupe (Founder & CEO of FutureStitch) as we discuss his origin story, doing business overseas, and his partnership with Rob Drydek.

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Taylor Shupe being a serial entrepreneur has founded numerous successful start-ups. In 2009, Shupe co-founded Stance Inc., a premium sock and apparel brand, and served as its Chief Product Officer for the better part of a dec...

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In this the first half of the show we talk to Amber Hayes (Co-founder & CEO of Second Keys) as we discuss her winning her pitch competition, what's next for her company, and why its best for investments in Memphis come from Memphians.

Later we talk to the team at Arms Cyber as we discuss them winning the student pitch competition, how Vanderbilt has played a role in their success, and why it was important to appoint a new C...

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September 7, 2020 46 min

In this episode we talk to Uri Adoni (Venture Capitalist & Author) as we discuss his new book, the startup culture in Israel and more. 

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After spending 20 years in high-tech and over 12 years of being a partner at Jerusalem Venture Partners Media Labs, I decided to write the book The Unstoppable Startup; Mastering Israel’s Secret Rules of Chutzpah. I wanted to share the secrets to Israel’s incredible track record...

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In this episode, we talk to Gil Beverly (Chief Marketing & Revenue Officer of the Tennessee Titans) about his time at ESPN, how he engages fans of the Titans, and what he thinks what the turning point was in his career.

Gil was featured at the 36|86 Entrepreneurship Festival presented by LaunchTN. Be sure to check here to keep up to date about next year's festival. 

**More On Gil**

Gil Beverly enters his second season with...

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In this episode, we talk to Jennifer Chow (Co-Founder of Nurture Life) as we talk about her company, how she fosters a great company culture, and why it's important for her sons to see her build her company.

Visit Nurture Life website and enter code "STARTUP" for 25% off your first order. 

**More On Jennifer**

Jennifer is a lifelong foodie and mother of two little boys whose passion for helping families through childhoo...

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In this episode, we talk to Ben Proudfoot (Award-Winning Filmmaker & Founder of Breakwater Studios)as we discuss what it takes to tell a great story, his time at USC Film school, and more. 

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Award-winning director and 2020 Forbes 30 Under 30 entrepreneur Ben Proudfoot is the founder and creative force behind Breakwater Studios.

Once a world champion in sleight-of-hand magic, Ben now brings that spirit of wonder ...

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In this episode, we talk to Mikaila Ulmer (Founder & CEO of Me and The Bees Lemonade) as we discuss her business, her new book, and what she learned from President Obama. 

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Check out her website and non-profit

 

**More On Mikaila**

Let our founder, Mikaila, explain the origin of Me & the Bees Lemonade:

When I was just four, I got stung by a bee and then got stung again less than a week later! Natura...

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In this episode, we talk to Pastor Chad Veach (Lead Pastor & Founder of Zoe Church) as we discuss his new book, how he has transitioned during COVID, and his shoe game. 

Purchase his book here

Check out Pastor Veach's church here

**More On Pastor Chad Veach**

While we remain on high alert through the Summer and Coronavirus fatigue firmly sets in, we are bringing you one of the most frequently sought-out voices in times of ...

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In this episode, we talk to Shasta Nelson(Friendship Expert & Author) as we discuss her latest book, that time she partnered Facebook and more. 

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Watch her TedxTalk here

Subscribe to her Youtube channel here

**More On Shasta**

Shasta Nelson is a keynote speaker, author, and leading expert on friendship and healthy relationships at work. 

Filled with scientific data, real-world research, and fascinating ...

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In this episode, we talk to Gary Hamel (Business Influencer & London Business School Professor) as we discuss his new book, growing up in Michigan, and what newly minted MBA graduates should do on their first days on the job. 

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**More On Gary**

Gary Hamel is a longtime faculty member of the London Business School. He has authored 20 articles for the Harvard Business Review and published five books includi...

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In this episode, we talk to Kathryn Petralia (Co-Founder & COO of Kabbage) about the new product they are offering a Kabbage, her changing thoughts on working from home, and more. 

**More On Kathryn**

Kathryn is the President and co-founder of Kabbage Inc. She has spent the past 20 years working with startups and established companies focused on credit, payments, technology and ecommerce. Kathryn co-founded Kabbage in 2009, and...

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In our conversation with Juan Riboldi(Principal and President of Ascent Advisor) talks about the controversy with Ellen DeGeneres tv show, the rebranding of the Washington Football Team, and Amazon possibly taking over J.C. Penney. 

**More On Juan**

Juan Riboldi (www.ascent-advisor.com) is an international business advisor and principal and president of Ascent Advisor, a management consulting firm. He is the author of the upcoming ...

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In a continuation of episode 200, we talk to Kenda Lawson (Co-Founder & CEO of OWLS, LLC & executive producer of The Startup Life) comparing yourself to others, why very successful people do not understand the concept of "enough", and more.

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August 14, 2020 81 min

In this 200th episode of the show, we talk to Kenda Lawson (Co-Founder & CEO of OWLS, LLC & executive producer of The Startup Life) about the journey up until this point, what's up next for the show, and why slow and steady ultimately wins the race. You even get a peek into our home life during our new normal. 

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