Current Series: 100 Interviews with 100 Location-Independent Entrepreneurs that have over $1,000,000 in Annual Revenue

Could you imagine being in a bar in Singapore, having a few drinks and getting into a conversation with another guy at the bar about starting a business? The next night, you and your new found friend meet up and start working on the idea. Fast forward a few years and now you run a business generates over $1 million per year while living in your favorite city in the world.

Our guest today is Mark Webster. Mark the co-founder of and  On the show today. Mark shares his story about meeting his now business partner and how they built their business up into a 7-figure location independent business.  Mark also discusses the science behind 6-figure launches, selling high-ticket 4-figure courses, and getting a half-million visitors per month to their website.

“The more scarcity points we can create within a launch. The more sales we get, by a huge amount.” Mark Webster

01:27: Budapest, Hungry

02:30: What Mark Dislikes About Dubai

04:14: Meeting His Business Partner in a Bar

07:23: Authority Hacker

12:04: Selling Courses at High 4-Figures

15:18: Tactics to Get 500,000 Monthly Website Visitors

20:00: Mark on 6-Figure Product Launches

24:35: Do Payment Plans Really Increase Sales?

26:00: Transparency in Mark’s Businesses

28:02: Money Management in a 7-Figure Business

31:12: Paying Yourself a Salary

34:44: Mark on Work/Life/Travel Balance

“When you’re moving from a six to a seven-figure business mindset, you’re going to have to relinquish control.” Mark Webster

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Hardcore History with Dan Carlan

Brian Dean founder of Backlinko

Xero Online Accounting Software

Authority Hacker Podcast

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Thailand 2017 ~ 12 Days of High Productivity, Group Collaboration, and Rapid Execution

September 20, 2017

Hey podcast listeners, we are making a special show for you guys about our 12-Day Productivity Workshop this coming October in Chiang Mai, Thailand.

If you have been craving an environment where you can excel at getting A LOT done for your business in a short amount of time while collaborating with other established entrepreneurs, …then join us for a 12-Day productivity sprint designed for entrepreneurs to get real tangible results!

In this show, we have a couple guests that have attended The Entrepreneur House in Chiang Mai and are returning again this year.  We get behind these entrepreneurs and learn more about the results they got from the experience, and why they decided to come back.

First, we chat with Esther Jacobs. Esther is an international speaker and author. She has given more than 1000 keynote speeches, inspiring entrepreneurs and decision makers all over the world. She has also authored, published and contributed to sixteen books.

Esther shares with us about her experience last year at The Entrepreneur House and what she is excited about this year.

Our second guest is Omer Bar. Omer is the founder of which is a marketing community for Hebrew speakers. We interviewed Omer earlier this year for one of my favorite interviews. 

Omer chats specifically about how he created $25,000 from one of our productivity sessions!

Ep.263 ~ Fighting with the Ocean ~ Brad Hart

September 18, 2017

He went from a kid getting beat up and bullied in Long Island, New York to building a successful hedge fund and hanging out with Richard Branson and Tim Ferriss.  He has dropped approximately $650,000 on personal development work and is working to create a global mindset shift. He is the founder of Mark More Marbles movement and podcast and his name is Brad Hart.

On today’s episode, we get behind the story and mindset of such an accomplished individual.  We get to learn how Brad thinks, how he build a hedge fund that got 106% returns, and why he is crazy...or intelligent enough to spend so much time and money on his own personal growth.

“Finally, you can get to this place where life happens just by the very virtue of you showing up. When Richard Branson walks into a room, millions of dollars start moving.” Brad Hart

02:23: San Diego’s Tech Scene

03:56: Who is Brad Hart?

12:20: Brad Meets Richard Branson

21:13: Why Brad Invested $650,000 Into Personal Development

27:08: Keeping Focus on the Bigger Picture

31:06: How Brad Releases Stress and Frustration

33:45: Building a Hedge Fund That Gives 106% Returns

42:06: What You Need to Build a 7-Figure Location Independent Business

“One of my goals was to have ten $100 million+ mentors, and I have six now, including two well-known billionaires. So that’s pretty cool!” Brad Hart  

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Chattanooga, Tennessee USA,_Tennessee

Crypto Currency Cheat Sheet

Wealth Dynamics Test

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Ep.262 ~ Building and Selling an Amazon Business for Nearly $1,000,000 in 5 Years ~ Nate Ginsburg

September 15, 2017

Current Series: 100 Interviews with 100 Location-Independent Entrepreneurs that have over $1,000,000 in Annual Revenue

What are some of the key skills needed to build a location independent business that pulls in over $1,000,000 a year? Would it surprise you if ‘building relationships’ was at the top of that list?

Today’s guest answers that question telling us how important relationship building has been in his business. Nate Ginsburg is the founder of an Amazon business he recently sold for nearly $1,000,000. He started out 4.5 years ago and shares with us the incredible importance of relationships and why he values them at the top of his list when becoming successful. Nate talks about being broke and moving home in 2012 and how he built a truly location independent business that keeps him traveling the world while making a lot of money, and the importance of being a good person during this process.

“Take the most advantage of the opportunity now, and when the time is right...get out and take your chips off the table to roll into whatever is next.” Nate Ginsburg

01:21: Nate on Ho Chi Minh City

02:31: Who is Nate Ginsburg?

08:55: The Key to Success for Building and Selling a $1,000,000 Business

11:32: Creating an Incredible Work Environment

16:45: The Future of Amazon

21:53: Nate’s Process of Selling His Business

25:38: What’s Next for Nate Ginsburg?

27:05: What it Takes to Build a 7-Figure Location Independent Business

33:24: Establishing and Maintaining Friendships with Entrepreneurs on a Higher Level

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Pai, Thailand,_Thailand

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Ep.261 ~ 28 Year Old Entrepreneur Selling Over $20 Million on Amazon ~ Nathan Hirsch

September 13, 2017

Current Series: 100 Interviews with 100 Location-Independent Entrepreneurs that have over $1,000,000 in Annual Revenue

On the show today, we have a 28 year old serial entrepreneur who started out selling books online in his college dorm room. Over a short period of time, he created an Amazon business that sold over $20 million in the marketplace managing over 500,000 products and working with over 1,000 drop shipping suppliers. His name is Nathan Hirsch.

Today we dive into Nathan’s story, how he has created so much success and his current focus, Currently, FreeeUp services over 2,000 online businesses and will hit around $3-4 million this year. Nathan also shares some great tips on building a 7-figure business, hiring remote workers, and discuss the future of Amazon.

“Drop shipping is a lot of quality assurance.” Nathan Hirsch

01:12: Who is Nathan Hirsch?

05:47: Management and Leadership Tips on Running an Online Business with 500,000 Products

09:46: Hiring a Large Team of Remote Workers

11:38: Nathan on Delegation Growth

13:03: Where is Amazon Headed in the Next 5 Years?

14:53: Amazon US vs. Amazon UK

15:54: Key Tips on Building a 7-Figure+ Digital Business?

17:55: What Nathan’s Typical Day is Like

20:17: The Importance of Diversification in Business

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Ep.260 ~ Learning From Younger Businesses ~ Peter Moriarty

September 7, 2017

Current Series: 100 Interviews with 100 Location-Independent Entrepreneurs that have over $1,000,000 in Annual Revenue

Our world is changing every single day. The advancement in technology and business in the past five years has skyrocketed.  Today, guest runs a business that is on the front lines of all the tech, software and business development. His name is Peter Moriarty and he is the founder itGenius.

Peter has been named one of Australia’s Top 10 Entrepreneurs under 30 by Smart Company multiple times. His company works as a partner with Google to take other businesses to the next level by smoothing out their systems, operation and automation.

Today on the show, we will address how Peter grew itGenius to one of Australia's most recognizable businesses, how technology is affecting business today, and what Peter recommends to create a 7-figure location independent business.

“You have to learn from these younger businesses. You have to learn from the Facebooks and the Googles and the Amazons...and start reinventing yourselves.” Peter Moriarty

01:24: Who is Peter Moriarty

08:24: How Peter Became Australia’s Top 10 Entrepreneurs Under 30

10:55: On Creating a True Location Independent Business

14:32: Tools Peter Recommends to Clean Up Operations

19:07: The Future of Tech and Automation

24:39: Why Fear Plays a Role for Peter When Keeping Up with Competition

Honorable Mentions:

Candice Galek







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Ep.259 ~ 7-Figure Location Independent Struggle and Dissecting Customer Service ~ Philippe Bourdeau

September 1, 2017

The idea of setting up and running a business seems pretty self explanatory and really simple. You just find a product or service and give it to people. Why then do 90% of businesses fail?  

On today’s episode, we welcome Philippe Bourdeau Founder of  Philippe has been selling hammocks online since 2001 and is now based in Chiang Mai, Thailand. Throughout the show Phillippe and I discuss the growth of his business over the past sixteen years.  We go in depth about his automation and outsourcing process and towards the end of the show we get into the exact reason why 90% of businesses fail. There is a growth process in entrepreneurship that isn’t talked about enough and most of the time is very difficult to go through.  Philippe shares what worked and what didn’t work going through this process, and how he came out on the other end of it with an incredible business and an incredible experience.  

“The natural tendency for an entrepreneur is that you think you can do everything yourself. You think you can do everything better yourself.” Philippe Bourdeau

01:33: Philippe’s Online eCommerce Business Hammock Universe

05:57: Selling Hammocks

08:08: After Building a 7-Figure Location Independent Business What Would Philippe Do Differently?

09:23: Phillippe’s Process of Outsourcing

12:16: Automating and Outsourcing Without Compromising Customer Service and Quality

22:17: Would Philippe Duplicate His Business Model?

23:20: The Period of Suffering Entrepreneurs Go Through

26:08: Tips on Life Balance and Keeping a Strong Character While Suffering Through the Entrepreneurship Process

31:20: Why Successful Entrepreneurs Stay in Chiang Mai

32:46: Arriving in Chiang Mai with No Contacts and Building a Power Network

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Essentialism by Greg McKeown


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