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11/10/2016
29 minutes
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Calgary surgeon attempts to do 100 surgeries in 100 hours. We profile Canada’s fastest rising country star. A group wants to recreate the 2003 Toronto blackout. We eat at Canada’s only Michelin Star restaurant ... a gas station.
11/08/2016
8 minutes
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Today's question comes from Henry, who has a question about how to keep track of your sales funnels. How do you make your website scalable as you grow? Are there any specific strategies you can put in place to make your funnels more efficient and simpler? Henry's website is at http://www.guitareasier.com/. In this episode I mention Ramit Sethi's website at http://www.iwillteachyoutoberich.com/. I also mention the book Ask by Ryan Levesque at http://www.smartpassiveincome.com/ask-amazon/. Do you have a question about organizing your sales funnel? Record it at http://www.askpat.com/. Today's sponsor is Freshbooks. Go to http://www.freshbooks.com/askpat and enter "Ask Pat" for more information.
10/05/2016
6 minutes
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Today's question comes from Bryan, who asks about using music in videos and on podcasts. Does he need to buy music or is it sufficient merely to give credit to the artists? Bryan's site is http://thebusinessplan.co/. You can buy music at iStockPhoto.com (http://www.askpat.com/istock-photo) or AudioJungle (https://audiojungle.net/) or use music in the public domain (http://www.pdinfo.com/public-domain-music-list.php). Do you have a question about copyright licenses? Record it at http://www.askpat.com/. Today's sponsor is Braintree. Braintree will help you accept business payments for your products from customers across the world. Go to http://braintreepayments.com/pat.
12/19/2016
less than a minute
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Chad Boeckmann of Secure Digital Solutions joins us for an interview. In startup news this week, we talk about why many boom-time startups are fizzling out, the average age of startup founders, why Johnson & Johnson is getting into startups, and much more. Stay tuned!
11/15/2016
about 1 hour
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Michael is joined by Joshua Marpet and Scott Lyons to talk about their experience building and supporting security startups. In the news, Owler's Cryptzone profile, Illumio releases new templates that offer better security, and why the top entrepreneurs are seeking corporate venture money. Stay tuned!
11/30/2016
29 minutes
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The Entrepreneur Journey When Corey first started Evolved Finance in 2010, he had no idea the success that would follow. As a millennial entrepreneur, Corey knew that he had to find a unique niche for his business to be successful. The internet world was booming – and has continued to boom – which has helped […] Read more... The post Entrepreneur Spotlight: Corey & Parker, Evolved Finance appeared first on Your Millennial Money.
12/02/2016
about 2 hours
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Trump picks Defense Secretary, White House and Pentagon back requiring women to register for the draft, Trump announces Carrier deal, Democratic Rep says electing Pelosi shows we have no strategy, best quotes of the new Defense Secretary
12/07/2016
about 2 hours
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Fake news vs real news, those upset about Trump may not pay taxes, a poll on the Electoral College, the Trump support line!, the real threat to free speech comes from the Democrats not Trump
11/16/2016
about 1 hour
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Michael Ackermann, CEO of a med-tech startup that created a tear-stimulation device for those with dry-eye disease, explains how acquisition by a global pharmaceutical giant is helping him achieve his goal of reaching as many patients as possible. Ackermann, a graduate of the Stanford Byers Center for Biodesign, also discusses why big tech companies have yet to disrupt healthcare and how that translates into big opportunities for entrepreneurs.
12/07/2016
43 minutes
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Entrepreneur Jay Kaplan, co-founder and CEO of Synack, describes how the idea of creating a cybersecurity service for enterprise businesses by crowdsourcing hackers went from sounding like a long shot to launching as a venture capital-backed startup. Kaplan, previously a senior analyst at the National Security Administration, talks about the virtues of government work and the nuances of “white hat” hacking.