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02/16/2016 This is the eighty-fourth episode of Hack To Start. Your hosts, Franco Varriano (on Twitter @ FrancoVarriano) and Tyler Copeland (on Twitter @ TylerCopeland), speak with Wells Riley( on Twitter @ WR), a product designer at Envoy, the new standard for visitor registration. Wells began building websites with his friends back in high school and took up design. He then started to notice that design wasn’t taken as seriously when it came to startups and great products, so he created a few online resources to inspire others. “Startups, This Is How Design Works” and Hack Design - which saw over 150,000 signups, are both still active and helping others. Wells joins us to share his story, why he got into product design, how he grew the community around both his design resources, what he’s doing at Envoy, and much more!
Wells talks about building product @ Envoy, and no job desc.
02/15/2016Producer, writer, DJ, comedian, and American satirist Jake Fogelnest sits down with Josh for a psychedelic, high-energy trip down memory lane. The Wet Hot American Summer, Billy On The Street, and Difficult People collaborator discusses what it's like to have your own talk show at age 14, getting MTV to decorate your bedroom, and the terrible rudeness of Twitter. Also covered: Kids, Kids, and Teens. If you miss this one, you're telling the world you don't enjoy fun.
Jake Fogelnest, writer, comedian, TV pioneer SPEAKS OUT
Attract clients rather than seek them out
02/15/2016 Arielle Zuckerberg, Partner @ Kleiner Perkins Caufield and Byers. Arielle Zuckerberg joined KPCB in 2015 and focuses on early-stage investments in the firm’s digital practice as part of the venture team. Arielle joined Kleiner from Humin, where she led product for the company’s mobile apps. She started her career as a product manager by day and Hackathon host by night at Wildfire Interactive, Inc., which was acquired by Google in 2012. After the acquisition, Arielle worked as a product manager on social ads at Google. Outside of KPCB, Arielle has made several angel investments across the food tech and health sectors in the likes of PartenderBitty Foods and The Ticket Fairy, just to name a few. We would like to say a special thank you to Mattermark for providing all the data used in the show today and you can check out Mattermark Search here! In Today's Episode You Will Learn: 1.) How Arielle made it into startups and the investing industry? 2.) What has the move been like from angel to VC? What theories and investment theses are adjustable? How doe the fiduciary responsibility to your LP's adjust your risk profile when investing? 3.) Questions from Tyler Willis: How does Arielle evaluate new products? How does Arielle learn and how does Ariele come down on the learning curve on new things so quickly (new investor to KPCB in ~2 years, for example). 4.) Arielle has now spent her first few months in venture, what have been the biggest surprises? Biggest challenges? What is Arielle's fave part and what is her least fave part? 5.) How does Arielle see the AI space now? Where does she see room for innovation? Is there anything Arielle is concerned about? 6.) Now when doing research for this interview I came across Arielle's New Years Resolution list from 2012! So what are your new years resolutions for 2016? What are the goals you are aiming for? Items Mentioned In Today's Episode: Arielle's Fave Book: The Symposium by Plato As always you can follow The Twenty Minute VCHarry and Arielle on Twitter here! If you would like to see a more colourful side to Harry with many a mojito session, you can follow him on Instagram here!
A review of my first 6 months in venture with Arielle
02/15/2016 Code.org CEO Hadi Partovi talks with Kara Swisher about how he discovered his love for programming, and how Steve Jobs' death spurred him to create a non-profit that would spread that love to others. He argues that, just as students learn chemistry but don't all become chemists, education should reform to make young people digitally literate.
Education reform to make young people digitally literate
02/03/2016 Sounds Good With Branden Harvey is a weekly podcast that explores the lives, stories and adventures of the happiest people on the Internet. Every week, our host Branden Harvey sits down with someone who is spreading hope and positivity in the world, and tries to figure out just what it is that makes them tick. Sounds Good With Branden Harvey is part of the Gradient Podcast Network, with new episodes released each Monday.
Conversations with the happiest people on the internet
02/11/2016Terry Gross has been hosting Fresh Air on NPR for over 40 years. She's done over 13,000 interviews, and is, in many people's opinion, the best interviewer alive. We talk about how Terry got her start, how she met her husband, her experience in therapy, the craft of interviewing, and much more. As a student of the craft, it was an absolute honor to have Terry on the podcast. If you like this epiode, tweet @NPRfreshair and let them know. If you haven’t listened to Fresh Air, I recommend starting with the interviews of Maurice Sendack, Louis CK, Mark Marron, or any other guests that interest you. Edited by Jenna Weiss Berman Lavish Praise (& Money) to @NPRFreshair Constructive Criticism to @erikorenberg
Terry on the craft of interviewing, her come-up story & more
Clips from Combat Jack Show, The Heart, Going Blind Sucks
02/10/2016Aaron Harris interviews Paul Graham, author and co-founder of Y Combinator
Aaron Harris interviews Paul Graham, co-founder of YC
02/10/2016 I expected this episode to be amazing, and Seth 10x'd expectations. He's incredible. Seth Godin (@thisissethsblog) is the author of 17 bestselling books that have been translated into more than 35 languages. He writes about the way ideas spread, marketing, strategic quitting, leadership, and--most of all--challenging the status quo in all areas. His books include Linchpin, Tribes, The Dip, Purple Cow, and What to do When it's Your Turn (And it's Always Your Turn). Seth has founded several companies, including Yoyodyne and Squidoo. His blog (which you can find by typing “Seth” into Google) is one of the most popular in the world. In 2013, Godin was inducted into the Direct Marketing Hall of Fame. Recently, Godin turned the book publishing world on its ear by launching a series of four books via Kickstarter. The campaign reached its goal in just three hours and became the most successful book project in Kickstarter history. In this episode, we cover dozens of topics and stories, including some he's never discussed publicly before. Here's a small sample: A list of the audiobooks he listens to repeatedly, some once per month His morning routine, breakfast, dietary habits, and email processing Meditative practices Why he's fixated on and mastered coffee and vodka, despite the fact that he consumes neither Suggestions for going from "wantrepreneur" to entrepreneur How to determine if you're better off a "freelancer" or "entrepreneur," and the differences in his mind Why he has the most impressive cookbook collection our mutual chef friends have ever seen His rules for saying "no" to opportunities, how he thinks about public speaking, etc. His recipe for honey oatmeal vodka, and his favorite chocolates in the world Thoughts on improving how parents educate their children General philosophies and guidelines he uses for life management Enjoy! Show notes and links for this episode can be found at www.fourhourworkweek.com/podcast. This podcast is brought to you by Audible. I have used Audible for years and I love audio books. I have 2 to recommend: The Graveyard Book by Neil Gaiman Vagabonding by Rolf Potts All you need to do to get your free audiobook and a free 30-day trial is go to Audible.com/tim. Choose one of the above books, or choose between more than 180,000 audio programs. That could be a book, a newspaper, a magazine or even a class. It's that easy. Go to Audible.com/Tim and get started today. Enjoy! This podcast is brought to you by 99Designs, the world's largest marketplace of graphic designers. I have used them for years to create some amazing designs. When your business needs a logo, website design, business card, or anything you can imagine, check out 99Designs. I used them to rapid prototype the cover for The 4-Hour Body, and I've also had them help with display advertising and illustrations. If you want a more personalized approach, I recommend their 1-on-1 service. You get original designs from designers around the world. The best part? You provide your feedback, and then you end up with a product that you're happy with or your money back. Click this link and get a free $99 upgrade. Give it a test run.
I expected this episode to be amazing, and Seth 10x’d it.
02/09/2016 The word for today is Alignment. Today we discuss what alignment is and why it is important to your team and company. Alignment is a near synonym of disagreement. The difference is a disagreement puts up barriers in a relationship and alignment is a slight difference of direction. Disagreements lead to dead ends. Getting aligned with someone opens up a much needed conversation to get back in line. Being out of alignment  with a co-founder, team member, etc. is not a bad thing. Because alignment can be fixed with a discussion and plan. As long as there is a follow-up conversation following the initial disagreement. We talk about how changing this one word choice can completely change your team’s and company’s effectiveness. We also discuss how encouraging alignment and transparency will cut down on negativity. Our main points for today include: Knowing when you are out of alignment with someone. How to productively have the needed conversation. Deciding on the next step to get back into alignment. Encouraging others to see disagreement as just a difference in alignment. We invite you to join our Facebook group.  It’s great to have such an incredible group of entrepreneurs out there making it happen every day.  We’d love to hear from you; please feel free to join our Facebook group and share your experiences, challenges, and motivation with us and the rest of Startup Chat community. We appreciate having your email address at The Startup Chat  because we’ll be sharing some special podcast episodes and other things exclusively with the people on our email list.  Click the link above and fill out the email address box to become part of the community today! As always, you can hit us up on Twitter @Steli or @hnshah, #thestartupchat.    Transcript: Steli: Hello, everyone. This is Steli Efti. Hiten: And Hiten Shah. Steli: And in today’s episode of the Startup Chat, we’re going to talk about alignment. I'm looking at a smiling face full of expectations, curiosity and the wonderful wonder of where will this conversation go, and the funny thing is, it’s noåt even my topic. Hiten wanted to talk about this but I thought I'll do the intro as he was downloading a new timer app to make sure that we stay on point and within the 20 minute mark. So Hiten, why did you want to talk about alignment? Hiten: I don't know. I feel like that is going to be my theme for the year, this year. Steli: Oh, nice. Hiten: Yeah. I just feel like it’s the one, big hammer that I'm gonna use to sort of get things going the way I think they should be in my businesses. And I've been thinking about it all year; it’s not been that long. Steli: All right, so let me quickly stop you there. Is that something that you do? Because I've seen a number of people give the year a theme, or even just a word, as kind of a focus. And I thought that was kind of a cool idea. Is that something you typically do, or no; this has nothing to do with that? Hiten: I got an emoji, too. It’s the rocket ship. Steli: You have an emoji for the year? Hiten: Emoji here, you have the word. Steli: Nice. Hiten: I usually just make it up. I don’t always do it; I just felt like making it up this year. Steli: All right, I love it. I like it. Hiten: Sometimes yo do things without a reason, right? Steli: I like it. I'm just trying to understand – Hiten: No, I just had a hammer. And in every situation I've seen in my own businesses, or even in my friends’ businesses, when I start using that word, people instantly know what I'm talking about. Because when you’ve got a car and you’re driving, and if you’ve ever had an alignment issue, it just veers one way, or veers the other way. And it’s harder to drive and you have to compensate. And I felt that I kept compensating because things were always out of alignment.
Aligned teams move so much faster
02/09/2016This week’s episode is with Danielle Morill, co-founder and CEO of Mattermark. We dive into her Mattermark story — company building, fund-raising, scaling, etc -- and then we get into her own personal story — what it’s like to start a company with her husband, her personal/professional rituals, her intellectual heroes (Ayn Rand being one of them), and much more. Edited by @alexkontis Lavish Praise to @DanielleMorrill Constructive Criticism to @eriktorenberg
Danielle on fund-raising, hiring, rituals, heroes, and more
Companies get shut down, the podcast is back in limbo.
02/09/2016Welcome to the second episode of Season 4 of the Invisible Office Hours podcast! This week, Jason Zook and Paul Jarvis are talking about initial branding exercises and processes for their new project. Don't forget to submit your ideas to help name the project using #IOHsaas on Twitter. And, call in with your questions 872-222-5604! Friendly reminder: Season 4 of IOH has Paul and Jason switching things up. For the 12 weeks of this season you'll get to hear the behind the scenes of what it takes to build a piece of software from scratch. The entire fourth season of the IOH podcast is sponsored by Acuity Scheduling. Avoid scheduling headaches and get a 45-day free trial by using our fancy link http://invisibleofficehours.com/acuity
It's the initial discussion about design, branding, and fear
01/15/2016 Austin Cohen Founder of WhoNowApp has raised over $700,000 in a seed round to pursue his dream. His app WhoNow is solving a unique problem in dating which none of the existing dating apps focus on.  Feel free to Subscribe to my podcast on Apple's Podcasting App and leave me a review Resources: Website / Instagram  / Linkedin  Mentioned: Foursquare  Sponsored By:  Gummicube  —  App Store Optimization & App Store Intelligence http://www.gummicube.com/app-store-optimization-service/ — Dedicated to helping your mobile app find an audience. At Apptentive, we’re the experts in mobile customer experience and in-app communication. We work with thousands of app developers including AllRecipes, Concur, Intercontinental Hotels Group, Overstock, and Nordstrom. Let us know if we can help you boost ratings, drive downloads, increase loyalty, and earn #CustomerLove. To learn more, please visit at www.apptentive.com/appguy
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