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Noah Kagan Presents on Smash Notes

Noah Kagan Presents podcast.

January 03, 2020

The #1 podcast for entrepreneurs. Learn proven strategies to start and grow a business, improve productivity, and live a happier life. Hear from top performers in all industries. Guests include entrepreneurs, CEOs, consultants, and more.



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Sam Dogen (AKA, the Financial Samurai) founded America’s #1 personal finance blog and podcast, helping people make and save more money while living the lives they truly want. The market crash of 2009 rocked Sam’s financial world even though he...

Nick Gray is the founder of Museum Hack. A company that hosts creative tours around museums all over the world. He grew Museum Hack into a multi-million dollar business and then .   Now he spends a lot of his free time hosting cool parties and...

Gokul Rajaram has worked as an executive at some of the biggest tech companies: Google, Facebook, Square, etc. He is currently the Caviar Lead at Doordash and advises different tech startups in his free time. I came across Gojul’s articles on , and...

Randomly stumbled upon David Wolve’s music on Spotify, and I f*cking love it! Turns out he makes all the music himself and works at the airport. My favorite songs from him are “Rapture” and “Touring Test”, but frankly all of them are...

Joseph Kelly is the Co-founder and CEO Unchained Capital.   We play squash together, and he is one of my best friends.   After dropping out of college, he started a big data company. Sold it for a lot of money.   Then he got into...

Round 5 of answering your Q&As with your uncle Noah. In this episode, we are going to talk about: How to start a business in a developing country like El Salvador My recommendations for affiliate and referral marketing Top things I look for when...

Chris Ruder is the founder and CEO of Spikeball. The funny thing about Spikeball is that it was invented by a different guy named Jeff Knurek in 1989. It was only in the market for a few years before quickly dying out. Chris was actually an early...

Bob Metcalfe co-invented the Ethernet in 1973 while working at Xerox. He didn’t get rich from helping to invent the Ethernet though. Bob actually got rich by starting his own computer networking company called 3Com Corporation, where he sold...

Carl J. Meade is a wise man with a lot to share.   First, he was an electronics design engineer at the Hughes Aircraft Company.   Then he went to the U.S Airforce and became a test pilot. And then he got selected by NASA to be an astronaut...

Round 4 of answering your Q&As with your uncle Noah. In this episode, we are going to talk about: Why I love making YouTube videos Strategies for building a community What are my tips for launching 7-figure companies Use this link to get 10%...