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Ryan Petersen from Flexport - freight shipping around the globe and lessons in startups.
Ashley Mathews (aka Riley Reid) - from a small town girl to a successful business women.
Matthew Walker on Joe Rogan Experience - sleep, drugs and alcohol, and how to get the most of it all.
Jeff Morris Jr. on Paradox - angel investing, product, and company building in the age of Covid19 pandemic
Marques Brownless (aka MKBHD) - YouTube celebrity explains his craft, and how to break into tech gadget reviews in 2020
Sequoia Capital's Don Valentine - Decades of successful venture investing isn't an accident. This is the Sequoia playbook.
Russ Roberts on Economics of Trade and Specialization - Ever wondered why we no longer plant potatoes and make our own cloths?
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Taking notes is a tedious process, and however much I like to give you the best podcast summaries on the internet, I often run out of time. This newest edition of Smash Notes is an attempt to find a middle ground where I can provide the most value you to, while also spend less than a million hours to put it all together.
Stay with me , and I'll find the sweet spot, I promise.
Meanwhile, in today's edition is a summary of Tim Ferris's interview with Tony Fadell. I got about 75% through, it was rather long, very long, Tim-Ferris-long. Enjoy the podcast, and hit me up with any ideas at `firstname.lastname@example.org`
Happy Holiday! ~Kirill
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Mubashar Iqbal is a developer, dad, and a maker who just cannot stop creating products on the internet. He is the guy behind Pod Hunt, Product News, Practical MVP and quite literally, 80 other projects. Some of them sold, some shut down, and some are making him passive income. He's been featured on Lifehacker, The Next Web, Mashable, Fortune and more.
Today Mubs joins us on SmashNotes to talk about his latest project, PodHunt, the life of a serial maker, what it takes to stay focused on his products without losing enthusiasm, his family life and much more. Tune in, listen in, and as always, you can get show notes on SmashNotes.com
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Charles Koch is a billionaire, political donor, philanthropist, and the CEO of Koch Industries. In this Tim Ferris Interview with Charles Koch, he shares a lot about his personality, his upbringing , entrepreneurship, politics and more. If you liked this episode, please tell Tim Ferris.
Today, Y Combinator is a runaway success. Having created $100B+ in valuations and almost 100 startups valued at over $100M each, Y Combinator is now a brand, a symbol of success, and a guiding start for the others. Back in 2009 though, it was still a fairly unknown company, doing something weird and different from the typical venture. Listen to Paul Graham, the founder, talks about YC, it's future potential, and ways in which founders could stay mean and lean to crate the next billion-dollar company.
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Hustlin’ Tech is a new show from a16z. It feels a bit like blatant promotion for A16Z startups, but if you read between the lines, it's also full of great undiscovered gems. In this brief installment of Smash Notes, Ben Horowitz and Shaka Senghor talk about the state of payday loans and how Earnin is changing it.
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Why don't the founders in Silicon Valley ask for help? The answer is "Toxic Founder Image", and the desire, the need to constantly maintain a positive image. Take a read ~> https://smashnotes.com/p/below-the-line-with-james-beshara/e/3-eric-ries-psychological-journey
What is it like to be running a startup from small town America? Marc Nager, the founder of Startup Weekend, says the times are changing for the better. ~> https://smashnotes.com/p/give-first/e/marc-nager-dave-mayer-on-building-rural-startup-communities
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Thank you for listening to SmashNotes.com - You are awesome! In this warm summer edition:The lost art of apprenticeships, and how and why Dan Mall is growing a new breed of designers by teaching them to do everything. Remote Work Report from Hiten Shah, and advice on how to make your own company more productive. Jason Calacanis on how to prepare your kids for life from the young age, and how the Elon Musk school is doing it. Rosy Sherry, the maker behind the Ministry of Testing, and what she did not expect from a life of a mother. How a failed client relationship catalyzed Jason Schuller to start Press75.
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