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Noah Kagan Presents

Case studies, binge eating tacos and non-lame interviews of people you haven't heard from before. Noah Kagan (me) is asking different questions to people you'll be glad you got to listen too. If you like The Tim Ferriss Show, Planet Money, and How I Built This, then you'll enjoy this show.
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Jun 28, 2017

If you want to be the best, you have to learn from the best. I was falling short of my targets with my podcast, so I hired an expert NPR producer to help me. In this episode I share everything I learned from hiring an expert to help me make my podcast better. Use these lessons in your own podcasting — or when hiring an expert for any part of your business.

Full show notes at http://okdork.com/podcast/28

Jun 20, 2017

Growing a $28 million business isn’t easy. Especially when the business is Onnit, built in the highly-competitive supplements space. In today’s podcast, I talk with Aubrey Marcus, the founder of Onnit, about his epic experiences. You’ll learn how to build a business, the secrets to forming relationships with VIPs and famous entrepreneurs, where to find hidden advertising opportunities, and tons more.

Full show notes at http://okdork.com/podcast/27

Jun 13, 2017

When most people interview entrepreneurs, they talk exclusively about business tactics. But, ultra-successful entrepreneurs don’t get to where they are just focusing on their business mindset. The MOST successful business people also focus on how to optimize their life, happiness, and mindset in ALL areas. In this interview, I’m going to give you a rare behind-the-scenes look at how Aubrey Marcus, the CEO of the 8-figure business Onnit, optimizes his entire mindset

Full show notes at http://okdork.com/podcast/26

Jun 6, 2017

When Chad Boyda graduated high school at 16, he and tried chasing his startup dream… but it didn’t go according to plan. He ended up with $100,000 in debt. But years later, he finally found success co-founding Sumo.com with me. Learn Chad’s lessons on self-improvement and entrepreneurship from his rollercoaster journey.

Full show notes at http://okdork.com/podcast/25

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