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For more information on 2PM, visit 2PM.inc. The 2PM audio project features a class-like Q&A approach where 2PM hosts a range of topics with one of your peers. In this setting, she is the teacher and we are the students. The 2PM host Web Smith asks the questions. These multi-talented individuals explore how their broad educations, varied skill sets, and intellectual curiosities prepared them for the "zero to one" and beyond. It's practical, unfiltered, and real. See acast.com/privacy for priv ...
 
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Casey Neistat is one of the true pioneers of the creator economy. But perhaps unlike some of today's stars, Casey used YouTube not to seek out fun and fame but as a vehicle for monetizing individual creativity, long before that was an industry itself. No conversation with Casey bypasses his experiences as one of the most prolific YouTube creators o…
 
This conversation between Alexis Gay and myself was actually our second; it was equally fascinating. Gay and I talked everything but business just a few weeks back on her new creation: Non-Technical Podcast. The subject matter was slightly different for this one. The passion and creator economies are here and they’re scaling fast. A key player in t…
 
A graduate of Howard Law School, Kyle Alex Brett now serves as counsel to Netflix after a few unfulfilling stops with various corporate and entertainment law groups. The film analyst and lawyer now works on the independent films side: which constitutes films that fall under a $40 million production budget. This conversation covers the daily respons…
 
Of my favorite episodes are ones where I am the student and my guest is the teacher. This is one of them. Rafat Ali is the CEO and Founder of Skift, a B2B media company and travel intelligence startup. Founded just eight years ago, Ali and the Skift team have raised just $3 million and they now employ 66 at Skift. Ali’s expressed goal is to become …
 
Joe Pompliano’s slice of passion economy sits at the crossroads of sports and business – an area once served by ESPN’s Darren Rovell. The younger Pompliano brother (yes, we have featured his older brother Anthony) has taken up the mantle. In just six months, he’s built a Twitter following from 0 to 80,000 followers and a newsletter that is now cite…
 
Grace Clarke is an enigma. She's someone who should be known for the depth and power of her ideas but - at least thus far - she chooses to fly under the radar. I often tell people that she’s one of the smartest people that I know – even if she doesn’t agree with me. Our first introduction was in the Lean Luxe slack room in December 2019 where she a…
 
Everette Taylor is the Chief Marketing Officer of Artsy, an online platform for “discovering, buying and selling fine art. Artsy’s search engine and database draw connections and map relationships among works of art.” But Everette is more than an executive or Twitter personality, he’s a walking testament of the strength of perseverance. After fight…
 
Anthony Pompliano joined the latest episode of Polymathic Audio. He shared thoughts on all-things media and commerce with an emphasis on the opportunity surrounding vertical integration. The conversation builds around the importance of customer acquisition on the journey of building brands, and the order of operations for those who are looking to l…
 
Sahil Lavingia built Gumroad in a weekend. At 19, the eCommerce entrepreneur was on top of the world. Within a few months, he raised $1 million from a who's who of investors: Naval, Max Levchin, Accel, and First Round. Soon after, Lavingia raised capital from Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers. In total, he raised $8.1 million. In a now-famous essay …
 
Derek Thompson is a staff writer at The Atlantic and the author of Hit Makers: How to Succeed in an Age of Distraction. Well-respected, Thompson is one of my most read journalists. His range extends from economics to anthropological. He’s authored pieces like A World Without Work: an exploration of the future of artificial intelligence and its impa…
 
Instagram is one of the most relevant platforms in all of eCommerce industry. Brands depend on it, retailers advertise with it, influencers sell through it. Sarah Frier may be the new expert on the platform. Her deep research into the Facebook acquisition is incredibly informative. Sarah Frier is a notable reporter on social media companies for Blo…
 
James Clear's Atomic Habits is on my book wall. But I'll be honest, it was there long before I read it. Clear sent a copy in the early fall of 2018, weeks before the October release. At that point, I hadn't known much about him. What I did know is that, like me, he is an Ohio guy. He's an athlete. And he has insatiable curiosity. I should have read…
 
I first learned of Emily Schromm during her time on Real World: DC, an MTV season that premiered in 2009. Under normal circumstances, reality television would be a highlight. For her, it’s a distant footnote. Shortly after her stint with MTV, she became friends with my wife – Lindsey Smith – two strong women with a shared passion for elite fitness.…
 
The mission of Polymathic Audio is to tell the stories of leaders and executives who identify as deep generalists, individuals who maintain a vast-yet-deepening understanding of multiple disciplines. It’s less a podcast on personal brands, banter, or promotion. It’s more a masterclass on how to take an idea from zero to one. To that end, this next …
 
Ten years ago, Vaynerchuk was packing boxes in a New Jersey warehouse. Today, that blue collar mentality and grit remains while the scope of the job has grown. Move past the personal brand of Gary Vaynerchuk and what you’ll find, beyond the braggadocio and personal brand, is an operator of one of the most diversified and impressive holding companie…
 
The shift from mass media to individual media. When I first met then-23 year old David Perell, he was on the hunt for a new career. He’d just left the famed Cycle Media after eight months. With around 1,000 followers on Twitter and just 31 subscribers on Youtube, his audience lacked scale and engagement. But the entrepreneur knew that he wanted to …
 
John Lowe is the CEO of Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams. The native of Chicago’s far south side, Lowe has had a varied life full of culture, academic pursuits, and professional development. He earned a degree in political science from University of Illinois in 1995. He then earned a law degree from The Ohio State University in 1998, going on to serve as…
 
In this episode Josh interviews Dr. Marla Friedman, best-selling author and two-time cancer survivor, about her book The Good Cancer.To learn more about Dr. Friedman, you can check out her website www.thegoodcancer.com. You can contact her directly by emailing: drmarlaf@gmail.com---------------------------------------[GET JOSH’S BOOKS] https://www.…
 
In this video Josh explains all the steps a writer would go through to format a nonfiction book. [GET JOSH’S BOOKS] https://www.amazon.com/Josh-Coker/e/B00NN42YPO/ref=sr_ntt_srch_lnk_1?qid=1476936444&sr=8-1JOSH’S PODCAST: https://anchor.fm/josh-coker-FREE WEBINAR: HOW TO WRITE COMMERCIAL FICTION THAT SELLS-https://www.story-ninjas.com/blockbusterth…
 
In this episode, Science Fiction author and small press cofounder, Josh Coker explains the importance of self-awareness in regards to aspiring writers. He also discusses the major changes in commercial fiction publishing over the last 2 decades and what that means for aspiring authors.
 
In this episode, Joshua Coker explains the importance of using archetypes from the Monomyth when creating characters that your audience will empathize with. [GET JOSH’S BOOKS] https://www.amazon.com/Josh-Coker/e/B00NN42YPO/ref=sr_ntt_srch_lnk_1?qid=1476936444&sr=8-1-FREE WEBINAR: HOW TO WRITE COMMERCIAL FICTION THAT SELLS-https://www.story-ninjas.c…
 
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