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Every week Alex Berman chats with an entrepreneur, entertainer, comedian or anyone he finds interesting and provides practical strategies on how to advance in business, life or Hollywood. This podcast is brought to you by Experiment 27 - we leverage our expertise in digital agency marketing to drive more leads to our client's business.
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May 22, 2019

Kevin Stecko is the founder and president of 80sTees.com. He's been operating the business since December of 1999. Being in the e-commerce industry for more than 2 decades now, he's seen it evolve into the giant that it is today.

Born in the golden age of action figures & graphic tees, 80stees was something that he was destined to do.

 

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In this episode you'll learn:

[1:04] The story behind 80stees

[2:44] What made Kevin take 80stees online back in 1999?

[7:42] People complaint so much when the price is lower.

[8:28] What does the outbound marketing look like for 80stees?

[11:01] One-to-one to current customers

[14:23] Keeping it all licensed when others can’t

[17:02] What’s the design approval process for licensed products?

[21:46] What turned Kevin off of the licensing deals and what is he doing instead?

[24:20] What are the next steps for 80stees?

[26:40] What is the future of Vintage clothes?

 

Links mentioned:

E-commerce musings by Kevin Stecko at Kevinstecko.com

80stees.com

 

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May 15, 2019

Tara Reed is a tech entrepreneur with previous experience working in marketing at Google, Foursquare, and Microsoft. After that experience, She launched Kollecto, an app for affordable art collecting, which she built without writing a single line of code.

Her success with Kollecto led to a TEDx talk on helping other entrepreneurs build their own apps without code.

After the TEDx talk, She was inspired to share her experience and knowledge with others who had great ideas, but weren’t technically inclined. She started Apps Without Code to do just that.

 

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In this episode you'll learn:

[1:18] How’d Kollecto came into existence?

[4:32] The outreach to Art advisors for Kollecto

[5:09] Where was Tara sending out clients for the surveys?

[6:55] What happened to Kollecto?

[9:00] How Tara got into giving a TEDx talk

[10:40] What was Kollecto’s business model?

[14:00] How’d Tara figure out how not to overwork?

[16:00] What was the biggest driver that Tara needed to focus on?

[17:25] How does she drive traffic to her weekly workshop?

[20:55] Ho much did she push for Ads in the first week?

 

Links mentioned:

@tarareed_ on Instagram

tara@appswithoutcode.com

workshop.appswithoutcode.com

 

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May 8, 2019

J V Crum III became a self-made Entrepreneur-Millionaire in his 20s. Now he devotes himself to helping others find their dream by growing a business that combines making profits with creating an important difference for their customers and the world. JV hosts a show called, Conscious Millionaire, and he also is a business coach. His goal is to help you create a business that affords you true financial freedom in life that provides you that deep fulfilment that you seek.

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In this episode you'll learn:

[3:11] What it means to make a million dollars in your 20s
What it means to exit at 40
[5:15] Is there guilt of not delivering enough value in the past?
[7:14] Have you ever felt a strong push against the person that you used to be?
[12:58] What do you mean by “Doing something that really matters”?
[16:54] What was that business that JV hated during his exit?
[20:26] The biggest tragedy of life?
[21:03] What advice would you give to your past self?
[26:14] “Living in the zone”
[31:31] The two reasons for becoming famous

Links mentioned:
ConsciousMillionaire.com
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