One of Dan and Ian's favorite things to do is to reach into the mailbag to answer questions from listeners of this show and today they are doing just that.
On this week's podcast, you'll hear answers to listener-submitted questions on a variety of topics including how to think about cash flow in your business, what makes a good entrepreneurmobile in 2019, and more.
Stick around until the end of the episode for an in-depth update on Dynamite Deals.
A few weeks ago, Dan and Ian invited Nick Huber on to the show to talk about his storage business Storage Squad.
During that conversation, Nick shared the story of how he built a successful "old school" business by applying his technical knowledge to a less competitive market.
After we stopped recording, that conversation took an interesting turn when Nick started opening up to us about his philosophy for building labor-intensive businesses that he likes to call "Sweaty Startups".
On today's podcast, we've invited Nick back to share some of those philosophies, with a focus on the types of business models that he is attracted to, as well as the ones that he isn't particularly fond of.
Dan and Ian opened up on this podcast recently about a cease and desist letter that they received.
Today's guest heard that episode and was compelled to share his own story about a similar legal battle.
Dylan Smith is the co-founder of Keg Smiths, a company that manufactures and sells mini beer kegs, and he has received his fair share of cease and desist letters in his entrepreneurial career.
Dylan joins us this week to share a riveting story about how a cease and desist letter led to his products being removed from Amazon, the ramifications of that experience, and how he was able to ultimately win out and get his products back on Amazon.
Make sure to stick around until the end of the podcast to hear this week's Dynamite Deal, which includes a deep discount for legal services for entrepreneurs.
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