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The Milestone Hackers Podcast podcast.

December 31, 2019

I'm Paolo Trulli, the host of Milestonehackers. This podcast focuses on interviews with entrepreneurs in all stages of business and their specific journey. We dive into subjects like product ideas, validation, product-market fit, growth, and any future milestones or insights. The goal is to really build a community of knowledge that all listeners could benefit from no matter the current status of their own startup. I hope you'll join me in this venture of escaping the 9 to 5 and creating something amazing.



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When Kirill Zubovsky was hosting his own podcast RadDad, he realized not all of the material would suit a single-focused listener. Kirill pondered - how could he share a snippet of his podcast to friends that would find that particular snippet of interest, without overloading them with the whole episode? Smashnotes was born!

Smashnotes is a place where podcasts are broken down into manageable bite-sized pieces and can be listened to over a quicker period of time. In this Milestonehackers podcast episode, we dive into the topics of creating a startup, trying to better understand users, and not to rush things too quickly. 

Updated on April 13

Andrew Reiner (@GrapevineAi) attended a wedding in New York where he met an interesting character that had lots of style and personality. After chatting for a bit with this unique individual Andrew eventually carried on with the rest of the wedding. The next morning Andrew realized he could hardly recall the important information that he and the other character chatted about. That sparked the business idea of Grapevine.ai. A platform clientele that businesses could use that would serve as a way to remember important details of networking events, work functions, or client/customer details. During this conversational interview, we dive into Grapevine.ai the backstory and future direction of the service and much more. 


Website: Grapevine.ai


Twitter: @GrapevineAi


Email: andrew@grapevine.ai


Instagram: grapevine.ai


LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/grapevine-ai/


Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GrapevineAI


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Updated on November 05

Emma Rohmann is an Environmental Engineer who focuses on trying to provide practical advice we can use to make greener and healthier choices for your family - without having to overhaul our lifestyle... Emma also offers various guides on preconception, prenatal, guide to healthy products and more. All this can and more can be found on her website and blog called greenathome.ca


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The Milestone Hackers Podcast is featuring past guest Noah Labhart's podcast called Code Story.  In this episode of Code Story, Noah is interviewing Brandon Hilkert who is the co-founder of Bark. Bark is a web application that is geared towards parents whose children are on social media. Bark sends parents notifications based on certain criteria such as cyberbullying, or other harmful text that is detected by certain algorithms. 


I hope you enjoy the episode and feel free to reach out to Noah and if you would like to know more about Bark.us you can find more info here. 


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Louis Nicholls and I chat about his entrepreneurial journey, from wanting to become an athlete to getting ahis startup acquired, to his major role in teaching sales to all founders. Hope you all enjoy this conversation. 


Want to donate to the show here's how: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/HWYoDAu 

In this episode, I speak to Anne-Laure who is the founder of Ness labs "Ness Labs is all about empowering makers to do their best work while keeping their sanity." Anne-Laure is also taking Neuroscience in University which creates a scientific approach to the Ness Labs newsletter, in conjunction with various articles and posts. I hope you enjoy this episode and can connect with Anne-Laure on twitter and you can also find her upcoming Workshops the Founding Acadamey and Founders Summit.  


If you would like to support the show please consider donating to the shows Patreon Page all donations from today until the end of February will be sent to Australia to help provide assistance to those who need it as a result of the fires. 

Micah is a UI designer by trade but has since moved on to creating and developing various side projects. Actually 10 or so projects are currently live with 5 more in the works. In this episode we speak about managing time, especially when having a regular 9-5 job, how to generate ideas, validate those ideas, building a community and much more. 


Miach's Twitter handle: @Micahiverson


Personal Website: Krazier.com 


As mentioned in the episode, all donations made to the Milestone Hackers Patreon page will be sent over to help with the circumstances in Australia. Please consider donating they need all of our support! 


Thank you for listening! 

KP is a maker who launched 5 products using the no-code paradigm and has recently launched a new project called the Writerscompound. The aim is to help people with accountability and a support system for writers writing long-form content.  During this conversation, we touch upon the no-code movement and the advantages and limitations of using this approach. 


KP Contact


Twitter: thisiskp_


Current Projects


Writers Compound 


https://thisiskp.com


Other projects 


🎙️If you found this podcast helpful please leave us a rating on iTunes and subscribe for more episodes.


Have feedback? Please do share at Milestonehackers@gmail.com


Are you enjoying the content and would like to donate to the show you can do so on Patreon


Thanks for stopping by!



Noah Labhart is a founder, family man, religious man, and hosts his own podcast show called code story.  In this conversation, we talk about time management, success but also a failure in business that resulted in pivotal lessons learned. Currently, Noah is working on his co-founding business called veryable and his past but activity business is touchtab


Noahs Contact info:


LinkedIn: Noah Labhart




If you found this podcast helpful please leave us a rating on iTunes and subscribe for more episodes.


Have feedback? Please do share at Milestonehackers@gmail.com


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Michael Aubry is an avid technical founder who taught himself how to code. With this new skillset, Michael packed his bags and headed for San Fransico where he lived in his vehicle while getting the odd side gig. Eventually, Michael was able to move on from the vehicle where he has created a new product/service called Story Creator app. Listen in for more details regarding this incredible journey.


Contact Info:


@michaelabury


storycreatorapp.com


If you found this podcast helpful please leave us a rating on iTunes and subscribe for more episodes.


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Jill Salzman wears many many hats... serial entrepreneur, loving mom, author, podcast host, and the founder of a successful website called The Founding Moms. In this episode, we talk about time management, success/failures along the way and how Jill approaches business. We touch upon the idea of just putting yourself and your ideas out there, you just never know if they will catch. 


Website: The Founding Moms


Podcast: Breaking Down Your Business


Ted Talk: Why Moms Make The Best Entrepreneurs




If you enjoyed our conversation please head over to iTunes and subscribe.


Want to support the show? Now you can at Patreon (PS thanks for those who have contacted me about this :)

Sharath Kuruganty is an entrepreneur who launched various businesses. Although the business was highly motivating and rewarding there was a time when Sharath had to make a decision, continue or shutdown...  We discuss the No-Code Movement and how anyone could make and ship a product easier than ever. Lastly, we talk about mindfulness and why that is important in the entrepreneurial space. 


You can reach Sharath via twitter @5harath 


If you enjoyed our conversation please head over to iTunes and subscribe. 


I am always looking for feedback so please do reach out via milestonehackers@gmail.com or @milestonehacker



Elisa is the founder of The Cowork Experience where the purpose is to foster productivity while bonding with team members over various experiences that matter to you. What a great way to team build and did I mention in Bali... Listen in for more details.


Here is a video that depicts what a Bali Cowork looks like!


Connect with Elisa: 


Website: The Cowork Experience 


Instagram: @Elisathehost


If you found this podcast helpful please leave us a rating on iTunes and subscribe for more episodes.


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Bryan Zavestoski is a product designer with experience in UI animation. In this episode, we speak about UI, how Bryan honed in on this subject matter through the help of an internship which provided a great experience. We also speak about projects, and how you decide on what projects to build, continue to build and how to remain engaged. Lastly, we touch upon work-life balance, and how Bryan schedules his daily work tasks and his up-and-coming podcast Latitude. 


Bryan has a free design course which can be found on Meaningful Motion UI


Twitter Contact: @Zavzan 


Latitude Podcast 




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Mubs worked on 87+ side projects and his latest is called PodHut. A place where folks can see top trending podcasts that arent the same top 100 we usually come across. During this podcast, we speak coding, not giving up even though will probably taste some failures along the way. The important thing is to learn from our past experiences and have fun doing the things we are trying to achieve or are passionate about.


The episode title is from Jayz called ' 99 problems' Lol 


Website (Podhunt): https://podhunt.app/


Twitter: @Podhutapp


Website (Projects): https://iworkedon.com


Twitter: @mubashariqbal


If you found this podcast helpful please leave us a rating on iTunes and subscribe for more episodes.


Have feedback? Please do share at Milestonehackers@gmail.com


Are you enjoying the content and would like to donate to the show you can do so on Patreon


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Milestonehackers is a podcast that will be focusing on the journey of various entrepreneurs. I will interview guests weekly and speak to them about their unique experiences with the intention of providing lessons learned along the way. Topics would include ideation phase, pre/post-launch strategies, any tidbits of useful information they learned both successes or failures.


accompanying the podcast will be a newsletter as some people prefer to listen instead. Subscribe here


Please subscribe if you find this podcast beneficial. 


Also, I would love to hear from you with any comments on how I can improve the show, general comments, guests you would like to hear, etc. 


Milestonehackers@gmail.com 


@milestonehacker


Milestonehackers.com 


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