Today's episode is all about something that Dan and Ian still find magical about entrepreneurship.
That is, if you find the right thing to write about, the internet will still allow you to make a great living off of it.
This week's guest was able to do exactly that with essentially one blog post.
Ryan Robinson is the host of a podcast called The Side Hustle Project and he runs a fantastic blog over at RyRob.com.
He recently wrote a piece on his that blog about how to start a blog and make money from it, and that post went on to become the most successful piece of content he has created.
On today's show, Ryan joins us to share some great insights about that post, as well as some strategies for creating content that makes money, and some actionable tips for getting started today.
Podcast 47:13 | Download | Stitcher | iTunes | Comment Dan and Ian recently came across a question in the private forum of The Dynamite Circle. It was this: "How important has your network been to your success?" It's generally agreed that the power of having the right connections is absolutely fundamental to growing a business, especially a...
A few weeks ago on this podcast, Dan and Ian were talking about some of their biggest pet peeves.
In that episode, Ian lamented that the quality of flip flops available for purchase had drastically declined.
What happened next should come as no surprise. A few listeners of this show reached out to us to let us know that they had started their own product business manufacturing flip flops.
Jeremy Stewart is the co-founder of Hari Mari, which he started with his wife Leila. Hari Mari manufactures and sells premium flip flops across the globe.
On today's episode, Jeremy joins us to talk about how their company was founded, how his experience as a political consultant helped Hari Mari grow, and how they were able to go from ground zero to having their products sold in big box retail stores.
As a team we've been doing tons of interviews in our efforts to match remote professionals with great companies over at Dynamite Jobs. We're exploring ways to ask more elegant and efficient questions. What can you ask someone that reveals the most about their potential in a job? Recently, I asked Kean Graham, founder of Monetize...
We get a lot of emails from readers of this blog (Dan@TropicalMBA.com). This week I thought I’d respond to some here. Feel free to write us if you have questions you'd like to see written about. Today's topics include making money from writing, digital nomad documentaries, starting productized services, and remote jobs. Hi Dan, I...
A few days ago, a customer of Dynamite Jobs called me seeking advice. On his desk he had two resumes and a dilemma. “Both of my options seem good,” he said, “but I can't decide who to choose." He went on to describe the candidates: "Candidate number one could be plugged into the job and...