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  • #1883 The $100M enterprise tech we should be talking about

    Jan 24 2020

    I’m someone who wakes up every day and reads tech news. Yet somehow I had no idea about the company my guest today has built. And it’s a unicorn! It’s not being covered in the news. They are doing phenomenally well. I want to find out how. Jaspreet Singh is founder of Druva which offers Cloud Data Protection & Information Management. Jaspreet Singh is founder of Druva which offers Cloud Data Protection & Information Management. Sponsored byToptal – If you’re having trouble ...more

  • #1882 How an Amazon book flipper turned software founder

    Jan 22 2020

    Today’s guest is a Mixergy listener who I invited to share his story. Caleb Roth is someone who might not think of himself as an entrepreneur—in fact, he went pretty high up the corporate ladder at Johnson & Johnson. But all along he was doing things on the side. Finally, he took the risk of going all-in on his side project and we’ll find out what happened in this interview. Caleb Roth is the founder of eFLIP Software and ScoutIQ. eFLIP helps Amazon booksellers scale their businesses in t...more

  • #1881 If you’re building an industry marketplace, listen to this

    Jan 20 2020

    I’ve been fascinated by marketplace sites, partially because they’re so tough to create. And partially because I wonder how they still exist in the world today. You would think that people could just go to Google, search for what they’re looking for. Well, today’s guest started a marketplace and it’s working. John Doherty is the founder of Credo which allows you to find and hire the best SEO, PPC, Facebook ads or other digital marketing providers. John Doherty is th...more

  • #1880 New York City upstarts with Michael Dorf

    Jan 17 2020

    I was excited to have today’s guest on because I remember being a kid in New York City and hearing about The Knitting Factory, a place where all the cool kids hung out. Well, Michael Dorf is the founder of that company. I wash surprised to learn about his second business that is doing even better. We’ll talk about that in this interview. Michael is also the founder of City Winery, New York’s first winery, restaurant, music venue and a private event space. Michael Dorf is the founde...more

  • #1879 How to get into an agency mindset (and learn to love the chaos)

    Jan 15 2020

    Many people I talk to hate running agencies. They can’t scale them up and they can’t wait to create software that will allow them to stop the agency model. Well today’s guest found a way to make the agency model work long term. I want to find out how he did it. Johnathan Dane is the founder of KlientBoost, a creative pay-per-click and landing page/conversion rate optimization agency. Johnathan Dane is the founder of KlientBoost, a creative pay-per-click and landing page/conve...more

  • #1878 Superhuman: Creating an app people can’t stop talking about

    Jan 13 2020

    Today’s guest has got the app that Silicon Valley can’t freaking stop yapping about. There are few apps that people will not stop talking about. He’s got one that has been high on that list for years now. I want to find out how he built it. Rahul Vohra is the founder of Superhuman, an e-mail service for professionals and power users. Rahul Vohra is the founder of Superhuman, an e-mail service for professionals and power users. Sponsored byToptal – If you’re having t...more

  • #1877 How do you know an idea is worth pursuing?

    Jan 10 2020

    Joining me is a listener who has been a part of the Mixergy community since 2008. He is someone who worked for Mozilla and discovered a pain point there. But when he applied to YC with a solution, he didn’t get in. We’ll talk about what happened that day in this interview. And also about what he changed in his pitch after that painful experience. Greg Koberger is the founder of ReadMe which gives teams the tools they need to create and manage beautiful documentation with ease, monitor their A...more

  • #1876 A software founder’s story of addiction and recovery

    Jan 08 2020

    Joining me is an entrepreneur who worked for several companies over the years and finally found his own hit software company which he launched. I want to talk to him about how he found it. I want to talk to him a little bit about addiction. I want to talk to him about how he’s building his software and the interesting way he went about launching it. The guy who we’re going to get to know is Dan Uyemura. He is the founder of PushPress, a gym management software. Dan Uyemura is the fou...more

  • #1875 Running a content creation agency (without going nuts)

    Jan 06 2020

    Today’s guest is Nat Eliason, the founder of Growth Machine. Growth Machine offers a done-for-you content and SEO solution, which means that he’s getting paid by customers to create content for them Content is something people are very personal about. So Nat has to create something that’s in their voice, that represents their brand, etc. On top of that, he’s got to do SEO for them, which means he needs to drive traffic and prove that his content is converting into sales. ...more

  • #1874 How Sunil Patro created SignEasy while living in hostels

    Jan 03 2020

    Today’s guest is a guy who discovered a problem he thought he could solve. Nearly 10 years ago, someone sent him a document but because of his location, he wasn’t able to sign it. So he said, “There might be a bigger solution here.” I’m surprised to learn that his business is bootstrapped considering how successful it is. I want to find out how he did it and how he found a sweet spot in SMBs and individual proprietors. Sunil Patro is the founder of SignEasy, a cloud-based eSignature solution f...more

  • #1873 Case Study: Leaving an impressive corporate career to launch a data startup

    Dec 30 2019

    Joining me is an entrepreneur from Italy who wanted to start a business so bad that he was doing it even as a child. But he went on to a very safe corporate job that made his friends envious and his parents proud. And then he left. He risked it to start a company. Simone Di Somma is the founder of Askdata, a natural language data access platform that simplifies data access. Simone Di Somma is the founder of Askdata, a natural language data access platform that simplifies data access. Sponsored...more

  • #1872 How to create not one but two software hits

    Dec 27 2019

    There aren’t a lot of breakout hits out there–software that really takes off. Well, today’s guest says that he’s the co-founder of a company that created two of them. The first was Meerkat, a software that allowed people to broadcast on Twitter and it freaking exploded. But then there was an issue which forced him to either pivot or start from scratch. Then he created something called Houseparty. And even though it took off also, it’s not setting the world on fire...more

  • #1871 Marathon Series: How to surprise and delight your employees

    Dec 23 2019

    One of my goals for my marathon series is to connect with founders that I couldn’t connect with otherwise. For South African founders, the big challenge is the time zone and internet connection. Well, today I’m here in person to talk to the founder of CWDi. Lesley Waterkeyn is the founder of CWDi, a strategic brand experience agency. I want to find out the strategies she’s using to help her clients. Lesley Waterkeyn is the founder of CWDi, a strategic brand experience agency. ...more

  • #1870 How to grow your software company through enterprise customers

    Dec 20 2019

    Today’s guest is actually not a founder, he’s a CEO. I’m very interested in how he got control of his company, Brain.fm. I want to talk about that and I want to talk about how he’s growing his business through enterprise customers. Dan Clark is CEO at Brain.fm, functional music to help people focus, relax and sleep better. Dan Clark is CEO at Brain.fm, functional music to help people focus, relax and sleep better. Sponsored byClickFunnels – Anyone in my audience ...more

  • #1869 Understanding churn and how to reduce it

    Dec 18 2019

    Sometimes it feels like everybody in the entrepreneur and the SaaS space, including myself, asks “How do you get more customers? Well today’s guest noticed that and said, “Why aren’t we paying attention to how many customers are leaving?” So he came up with a software that will not only help you realize that you’re losing paying users, but also help you reduce churn and learn from it. We’re going to find out how he built his company, whether it’s ...more

  • #1868 Marathon Series: How the co-founder of WooThemes monetized a free plugin

    Dec 16 2019

    Joining me is a Mixergy listener. I’ve interviewed his co-founder and I’m so excited to have the opportunity to interview him in South Africa. Mark Forrester is someone who created a plugin for WordPress. It turned a platform for blogging into an online store. For free. I want to find out how the company was built and eventually sold to the company that created WordPress. Mark Forrester is a co-founder of WooThemes, a WordPress premium theme and plug-in provider. Sponsored byToptal – If ...more

  • #1867 How to forge relationships with other proven founders

    Dec 13 2019

    The company today’s guest started has gotten a lot of attention for its partnership with Kobe Bryant. I want to learn how he forged not only that relationship but also Brian Lee of The Honest Company. Matthias Metternich is the co-founder of Art of Sport, which offers high performance skin care products. I want to find out how he survived hemorrhaging cash while he found his customers and how he formed meaningful partnerships with other amazing entrepreneurs. Matthias Metternich is the c...more

  • #1866 Where do you find packaging for your product?

    Dec 11 2019

    I’m especially excited to talk to today’s guest because he’s creating a solution for anyone I’ve interviewed who is selling a physical product. I’m talking about packaging. I ask about it in my interviews but I feel like I never get a satisfying answer. Well, Raine Mahdi is the founder of Hawk Packaging which offers flexible packaging solutions. I want to find out where the idea came from, how he got customers, and how he grew it. Raine Mahdi is the founder of Hawk Packaging which offers flexib...more

  • #1865 The launch story behind this online course platform

    Dec 09 2019

    Joining me is an entrepreneur who started teaching creative software in person. Then he had a disaster of a teaching experience. It rocked his world but led to a breakthrough. We’ll find out what happened. Daniel Scott is the founder of InstructorHQ, a teaching platform for software like Adobe. Daniel Scott is the founder of InstructorHQ, a teaching platform for creative software like Adobe. Sponsored byHostGator – Ready to take your website to the next level? Whether you’re a first-time ...more

  • #1864 Creating a solution around the rise of video content

    Dec 06 2019

    I’m noticing that more and more content is consumed through video instead of blogs. Well, today’s guest is a guy who saw this transition happening. I want to understand how he saw it coming and created a solution for it. Alex Collmer is the founder of VidMob, a creative tech platform. We’re going to find out how he built it and how he’s helping brands dramatically scale the amount video that they’re creating. Alex Collmer is the founder of VidMob, a creative tech pl...more

  • #1863 Marathon Series: Entrepreneurship in South Africa after centuries of apartheid

    Dec 04 2019

    I’m excited to talk to today’s guest for a lot of reasons. I’m excited about her background and about how she is inspiring other entrepreneurs. I want to find out what’s possible in entrepreneurship in South Africa and how today’s guest is making it happen. Aisha Pandor is the founder of SweepSouth, where customers can book a home cleaning online. Aisha Pandor is the founder of SweepSouth, where customers can book a home cleaning online. Sponsored byClickFunnels – Anyone in my audience w...more

  • #1862 Catching up with Sachin Duggal post pivot to Builder.ai

    Dec 02 2019

    Joining me is a founder who I’ve had on the program before. He’s someone who said, “You know what? Most software apps are the same. If I create software for one company I could probably use it to build the next company and not start from scratch.” He told our producer that he’s so busy that he asked his team to schedule bathroom breaks for him. I want to find out what’s going on with his business today that has him so busy. Sachin Duggal is the founder of Builder.ai which makes making tailor m...more

  • #1861 Case Study: A virtual assistant company with a niche

    Nov 29 2019

    Joining me is Daniel Ramsey. He is the co-founder of MyOutDesk which offers virtual assistants for real estate. Virtual assistant businesses have been around forever—I must have interviewed 100 of them. But what today’s guest did was really different. He found an incredible niche. We’ll talk about how he did it and what his revenue is in this interview. Daniel Ramsey is the co-founder of MyOutDesk which offers virtual assistants for real estate. Sponsored byRingCentral – RingCentral featur...more

  • #1860 Marathon Series: The Amazon of South Africa

    Nov 27 2019

    Every country needs an e-commerce giant. Today’s guest helped create one in South Africa in a very unique way.We’ll talk about how he did it in this interview. Manuel Koser is the Managing Director at Silvertree Holdings, an entrepreneur-led investment growth partner — Scaling consumer and digital brands in Africa. He is also a Co-Founder of Zando, an online shopping platform.” Manuel Koser is the founder of Zando, an online shopping platform. Sponsored byToptal – If you’re hav...more

  • #1859 How to use free software to sell services

    Nov 25 2019

    Joining me is a listener who’s built a business I admire. Bryan Harris is the founder of GrowthTools which coaches online businesses how to grow. He’s been using software in a new way and I want to learn how he’s doing it. I thought he MUST be charging for these products somewhere…but he’s not. We’re going to find out how he’s making money in this interview. Bryan Harris is the founder of GrowthTools which coaches online businesses how to grow. You can listen to his podcast here. Sponsored byC...more

  • #1858 Case Study: Building a massive online learning community

    Nov 22 2019

    Joining me is someone who has a massive YouTube following. It’s a hard thing to generate; I want to find out how he did it. I want to learn about the production process that has earned him 1.77M subscribers. Aaron Nace is the founder of PHLEARN which offers the best photography and photoshop tutorials. Aaron Nace is the founder of PHLEARN which offers the best photography and photoshop tutorials. Mixergy listeners who use the code mixergy20 will get a 20% discount on their subscription. Sponsor...more

  • #1857 How do you stand up another customer vertical without hurting your first one?

    Nov 20 2019

    Joining me is someone I interviewed years ago. His story was so memorable because he was having kids while running a company. That seemed so strange to me back in 2013. Michael Fitzgerald is the founder of Submittable, the world’s leading cloud-based application and submission management platform. He started with publishers but we’re going to find out in this interview how he grew beyond that customer segment. Michael Fitzgerald is the founder of Submittable, the world’s leading cloud-based ap...more

  • #1856 Case Study: Software as a service powered by humans on the backend

    Nov 18 2019

    Joining me today is an entrepreneur whose business is a service. I’m really fascinated by these companies that instead of offering just software as a service, offer real human beings doing work as a service. But they’ve structured it in a way that’s much simpler, more organized, more clear, more transparent than service businesses used to be. Gideon Stein is CEO of Write Label which is the world’s largest on-demand marketplace for short-form content. I invited him here to talk...more

  • #1855 The entrepreneur behind Google Voice

    Nov 15 2019

    Today’s guest created a company called GrandCentral which sold to Google and became Google Voice. It was his second foray into voice over IP. Before that, he had one of the pioneering companies that he led in voice over IP, called Dialpad. Their mission was to do free web-based phone calls, and they pivoted and adjusted. We’ll talk about how he helped turn that business around and sold it to Yahoo. We’ll also talk about why he founded GrandCentral next and then sold it to Goog...more

  • #1854 How do you create company culture in an international business?

    Nov 13 2019

    Joining me is an entrepreneur who tried so many different things. And a lot of them failed. I think most people would just have said, “All right. This isn’t for me.” I don’t know what kept him going. I don’t know why he persisted, but he did persist and he eventually ended up coming up with this company called PhraseApp. Frederik Vollert is the co-founder of Phrase, a translation software. Frederik Vollert is the co-founder of Phrase App which is a translation soft...more

  • #1853 Shark Tank Case Study: The online course that’s grown to a $20M Prep Expert

    Nov 11 2019

    Shaan Patel is the founder of Prep Expert, an ed-tech company that specializes in online SAT & ACT preparation. I’m going to ask him what it was like to shake hands with Mark Cuban for the first time on national television. I also want to find out what being on Shark Tank meant for his business and how it has exploded since. Shaan Patel is the founder of Prep Expert, an ed-tech company that specializes in online SAT & ACT preparation. Sponsored byToptal – If you’re...more

  • #1852 Systems that help small businesses scale

    Nov 08 2019

    Joining me today is a Mixergy listener who has built a company so big that I’m lucky to have him on here. Matt Symes is the founder of Simplicity, a service business that helps organizations get out of their own way and scale. If you’re listening to me and you’re running a company, we’re going to talk about a lot of tactics you can use for your business. Matt Symes is the founder of Simplicity, a service business that helps organizations get out of their own way and scale. Sp...more

  • #1851 What does it mean to be a lonely entrepreneur?

    Nov 06 2019

    Joining me is someone who teaches entrepreneurs how to build their businesses. And I have to be honest with you, I was skeptical. And then I started to read up on his background and I talked to our producer about his background. He had this company that had a mission of helping people stay healthy. And it seems like one of these altruistic missions that actually won’t go anywhere, and it actually did go somewhere. But that’s not the end of the story. We’ll find out what happen...more

  • #1850 How a former sales rep turned some $5 Starbucks gift cards into a powerful direct mail solution for salespeople

    Nov 04 2019

    We get a lot of email. We get a lot of online communication. So whenever you get something physical in the mail, it stands out and the person who sent it feels a little bit more real to you. Well, today’s guest realized this a while back and said, “You know what? I’m going to start a company around this.” And it started with just coffee and it moved on to almost anything you can imagine. Kris Rudeegraap is co-founder of Sendoso, a fully integrated direct mail and giftin...more

  • #1849 Would you take on Google? This founder is doing it (Here’s how)

    Nov 01 2019

    Joining me is someone who is taking on Google by offering an alternative. If your interested in how entrepreneurs survive in a world of these giants, I think you’ll find his story valuable. I also like that he’s a product person but not a hardcore developer. He’s not a geek; he actually used to be a drummer. Dominic Joseph is the founder of Captify, which offers a search retargeting service that enables advertisers to focus on users to match their desired audience with inventory. I want to fin...more

  • #1848 How Compare.com competes as the Kayak for auto insurance

    Oct 30 2019

    Joining me is an entrepreneur who created a company called Compare. I feel like he should be really boastful the fact that he got one of the toughest domains out there. Andrew Rose is the founder of Compare.com, a place to compare auto insurance prices. We’re going to find out how he came up with this idea, how he raised money for it, how he got customers, how he actually stood out in a world where Geico spent $1.7 billion in marketing last year. Andrew Rose is the founder of Compare.com,...more

  • #1847 An entrepreneur who is actually changing people’s lives (with a physical product)

    Oct 28 2019

    In preparation for this interview, I went into a YouTube rabbit hole, learning about people who struggle with obsessive-compulsive behaviors. What I learned is that some people are really struggling with this stuff. We’ll go into what kinds of problems that I’m talking about but today’s guest created a bracelet that goes on their wrists and actually helps them avoid it. That’s what we’re finding out about today, how she created it, how she turned it into a business...more

  • #1846 How it’s built: a moving and storage company

    Oct 25 2019

    Today’s guest is a guy who came to New York to be a musician and ended up falling in love with a woman. But the woman came from a family that was doing really well and he said, “What am I doing here? I’m a schlub. I’ve got to do better.” So he decided to start a company. He started a moving company where, day and night, he was a mover, a schlepper, moving other people’s stuff in an industry where there have been movers forever. He ended up making a name for hi...more

  • #1845 The $8 billion dollar software you’ve never heard of

    Oct 22 2019

    A while back I saw a Q&A on CNN with today’s guest, Ryan Smith, where he was asked, “What’s the most important company we’ve never heard of?” His answer was Qualtrics. And I’ve thought about this company several times since I saw that. Well, I finally got an opportunity to interview that founder. Ryan Smith is the co-founder of Qualtrics. A lot of articles describe them as a survey company, but I bet he does not see himself as a survey company. I’m...more

  • #1844 YEC Founder Series: Zen Media

    Oct 21 2019

    Joining me is Shama Hyder. She is an entrepreneur who does social media and other earned media for her clients. They also do paid media. I invited her here to find out how she built up her agency, how she got clients, how she’s promoting them using online media. If you are building a business and doing online promotions you’ll want to hear this interview. Shama Hyder is the founder of Zen Media, a new media communications firm. Sponsored byToptal – If you’re having tr...more

  • #1559 Cameron Herold coaches me on hiring (so I don’t collapse at my desk)

    Feb 14 2018

    Hiring has been a huge issue for me. And in a past interview with Cameron Herold, I brought it up because he’s the founder of the COO Alliance, the world’s leading network for the second in command. I don’t get embarrassed by a lot of stuff. If you heard my interviews, you hear me get pretty frank about my flaws, my mistakes. But this issue is something I was embarrassed about. I think if I don’t hire somebody to be the second in command at Mixergy, I am probably going to...more

  • #1524 When does a startup founder need a COO?

    Nov 22 2017

    A topic we don’t talk about on Mixergy is how to actually manage a company. I remember when I was in NYU as an undergrad I loved all my business classes, but management just didn’t feel like me. I always thought of the guys in Dilbert but entrepreneurs were the ones who were creating, the ones who were doing. Mixergy’s grown and I’ve been running it, but I have to be honest, I’m not doing a great job of running it. So earlier in the year, the Mixergy team said, &#...more

  • #1453 The future of chat (and interacting with your customers)

    May 26 2017

    About a year ago I realized that no matter how much effort we’ve put into my email list, I could never double the response rate. We kept growing it, but people were not using email much. So I started looking around for solutions and I started looking at bots. Bots are basically software that communicates with humans via a chat app. I came across one company that looked too good to be true. It’s called ManyChat. And I said, “I’ve got to find out who the founder is.” ...more

  • #1417 How Sam Ovens is helping everyday people start their own consulting businesses

    Mar 03 2017

    I’ll be honest with you. I felt guilt about an interview that I did years ago with today’s guest. This was back in, let me see here, 2013. I interviewed Sam Ovens about how he built up this consulting business and was teaching people how to do consulting. I thought maybe I got taken for a ride. It was too good to be true. Then I started hearing people who were in his program talk about how big the program is. Then I started hearing more and more people say they were in the program. ...more

  • #1049 How a former lawyer built a multi-million dollar company that teaches social skills – with Jordan Harbinger

    Aug 13 2014

    How does a former lawyer build a multi-million dollar company that teaches social skills. Jordan Harbinger is the co-founder of The Art of Charm, a company that teaches confidence and emotional intelligence. Jordan Harbinger is the co-founder of The Art of Charm, a company that teaches confidence and emotional intelligence, and the host of The Jordan Harbinger Show, which interviews top performers, from legendary musicians to intelligence operatives.   Sponsored byLead Pages – Lead Pa...more

  • #1000 The 1,000 interview celebration

    Apr 09 2014

    On August 4, 2008, I posted a video up on Mixergy where I looked up into the web cam on my computer and I said “I failed.” And I said that I was going to shut down my invitation business and start doing interviews with entrepreneurs and people in general who I admire so I can learn from them and take back what I’ve learned from them to build a more successful company in the future. And I said that along the way you’d get to watch and learn as I learned directly from my he...more

  • #989 Andrew’s process for overcoming entrepreneurial stagnation – with Samantha Alford

    Mar 10 2014

    A few weeks ago, Andrew was interviewed about his inner doubt by Samantha Alford of WomeninBusinesspodcast.com. I (Arie Saint) thought it was too good not to share with our audience, so I’m publishing it on Mixergy. Check it out and let’s talk about it in the comments. Samantha Alford, the founder of the Women in Business Podcast.   Sponsored byWalker Corporate Law – Scott Edward Walker is the lawyer entrepreneurs turn to when they want to raise money or sell their compani...more

  • #714 HearAndPlay.com: Turning $70 Into A Multimillion Dollar Instruction Web Site – with Jermaine Griggs

    Apr 23 2012

    Update: based on the comments we’re getting, Jermaine sent this PDF about Automation. How does a high school senior from the inner city turn $70 into a multimillion dollar instruction web site? Jermaine Griggs is the founder of HearAndPlay.com, which trains musicians to play by ear, trains them to play by ear with online music lessons and piano video tutorials. Jermaine Griggs is the founder of HearAndPlay.com, which trains musicians to play by ear, trains them to play by ear with online m...more

  • #709 iContact Founder Returns To Mixergy After $169M Sale – with Ryan Allis

    Apr 09 2012

    How does a wristband help a founder build a $169 million company? Ryan Allis is the founder of iContact, a provider of email marketing tools for small businesses. And a company that was recently sold for $169 million to Vocus. Here’s a quote from the last time I interviewed him, “we incorporated in July ’03, lived in the office, slept on futons, cooked on a George Foreman grill, did whatever we had to do to keep expenses low, while we built up revenue and customers, and improved the ...more

  • #401 Reddit Founder: “I Wish I Still Owned Reddit Now” – with Steve Huffman

    Oct 20 2010

    Many founders I interviewed on Mixergy told me about how their companies virtually disappeared after they sold them. But 4 years after selling Reddit to Conde Nast, Steve Huffman is so proud of how much its grown that he’d be happy to still own it. I asked him to teach me how he grew his community, why some Y Combinator-backed founders, like him, succeed while others don’t get any traction and why he never resented his co-founder for getting so much attention. I also asked Steve abou...more

  • #216 How Clever Entrepreneurs Turned 3 Air Mattresses Into Airbnb, The Site That Makes Any Home A Bed And Breakfast – with Brian and Joe

    Jan 28 2010

    The founders of Airbnb are guys who couldn’t make rent a few years ago, but they kept turning desperation into creative solutions. In October 2007, eager to make extra money, they noticed that local hotels were booked up because of a conference. So they pumped up some inflatable mattresses and listed their place online as an “air bed and breakfast.” It was quirky and it worked. That little act of creativity became Airbnb, the (profitable) site that allows anyone to list their e...more

  • #214 How To Produce Like A Linchpin By Understanding Your Lizard Brain – with Seth Godin

    Jan 25 2010

    You listen to my programs because I don’t do the cute “let’s get to know the author” interviews that others are known for. I hunt down information that you can use because I’m passionate about helping you build a business that your great-great-grandkids would admire you for. That’s why I kept digging in this interview. I want you (and me too, frankly) to be able to produce the kind of hits that Seth Godin keeps cranking out, seemingly without breaking a sweat....more