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  • #035 Eric Barker on How Your Personality Can Sabotage Your Success

    · Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

    Eric Barker is redefining the rules of success. Leaving behind an illustrious career as a screenwriter for Disney and Fox, Eric turned his passion for fact-finding into one of the most popular blogs on the Internet. His insatiable curiosity drives him to question everything and, in turn, publish science-based insights that reveal real and usable secrets to success. He’s spoken on these secrets at prestigious institutions like West Point, Yale and MIT and his work has been featured in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Time magazine, and Business Insider. Watch Eric Barker explain why everything you know about success is (mostly) wrong in this jam-packed episode of Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu. PULL QUOTES “Peer pressure affects us our entire lives. We are always influenced by our context and by the people around us. The biggest danger is we don’t realize it.” [15:50] “It’s so hard to bring up your weaknesses. You see much greater gains by trying to double-down on your strengths.” [19:41] “Work’s not work if you enjoy it.” [22:56] “We’ve all had successes; we’ve all had failures. But which ones do we choose to define ourselves by?” [31:57] “If you have trouble changing your story, first change your behavior.” [36:42] “The more stuff you quit that isn’t delivering value to your life, the more resources, time, and energy you have to really become good at something.” [39:06]   SHOW NOTES Eric speaks out about why feeling powerless at work can kill you. [3:55] Tom and Eric discuss the “prisoner’s dilemma” and whether nice guys still finish last. [7:07] Eric talks about behavioral strategies and lengthening the shadow of the future. [12:02] Eric offers advice to those who are givers in every area of life. [15:01] Eric debunks how bad behaviors can be good in the right context. [18:00] Tom and Eric go deep on what drives him and how he’s reinvented himself. [22:16] Eric explains why the Navy’s research shows self-talk was a critical component of their training. [26:21] Eric speaks on the power of personal narrative and the evolving story of the self. [30:18] Eric addresses why stories are edited and inaccurate and why your story follows your behavior. [33:53] Tom and Eric dive into knowing when to quit and how to manifest your dreams. [38:39] Eric describes how to use little bets to develop passion and asking questions to spark curiosity. [43:22] Eric reveals three keys to producing great content and uncovers the struggle with happiness. [47:22] Eric breaks down work-life balance and the four things that everyone needs to consider in life. [52:02] Eric defines the impact that he wants to have on the world. [54:38] MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE BOOKS Barking Up the Wrong Tree: The Surprising Science Behind Why Everything You Know About Success Is (Mostly) Wrong - http://amzn.to/2wXGjyu [0:57] Little Bets: How Breakthrough Ideas Emerge from Small Discoveries - http://amzn.to/2w9CnwX [43:28] FOLLOW ERIC TWITTER: http://bit.ly/2uFlLNH FACEBOOK: http://bit.ly/2uKxvdV INSTAGRAM: http://bit.ly/2i0vc4q WEBSITE: http://bit.ly/1l97koO

  • #176: Eric Saade

    · Värvet

    Det svåra hundrasjuttiosjätte avsnittet med artisten Eric Saade. Vi pratade om panikångestattacker, drömmar, Sting, livetourettes, musik, kroppsprocentfett, belöningssystem, nervositet, ställtid, kaxighet/osäkerhet, att sjunga Nordmans ”Vandraren” på ett bröllop, #milf, träning, rasism, Måns Zelmerlöw & Plura, att ha ett fantastiskt management, Kattarp, sponsbil, piratebay och givetvis en hel del om Marie Serneholts pannkakor.Avsnittet presenteras av Bosch Hushåll.Redaktör och redigering: Lovisa Ohlson.Distribution: Acast. (För Android här! Och i App store här!)Musik: Eric Saade - Sting.

  • 20 VC: Running Lerer Hippeau Ventures Like A Startup with Eric Hippeau, Managing Partner @ Lerer Hippeau Ventures

    · The Twenty Minute VC: Venture Capital | Startup Funding | The Pitch

    Eric Hippeau is a Managing Partner at Lerer Hippeau Ventures. He is the chairman of RebelMouse and co-founder of NowThis Media. Previously, Eric was the Chief Executive Officer of The Huffington Post and a Special Partner at Softbank Capital, where he served as Managing Partner. Prior to Softbank Capital, Eric was Chairman and CEO of Ziff-Davis, which was the largest media company serving the technology sector. He serves on the Board of various private and public companies, including Buzzed & Starwood Hotels and Resorts. A special thank you to Mattermark for providing all the data displayed in today's show and you can find out more about Mattermark here!    In Today's Episode You Will Learn:   1.) How did Eric make his way into the world of tech and venture? 2.) Question from Eric Paley: How does Eric compare the role of VC to the role of operator and does Eric think each draws on the same skills and strengths?  3.) What does Eric think makes a great VC and what makes a great operator? Are there any commonalities in the individuals he has come across? 4.) Eric reveals the best pitches he has seen and what made them so effective and flips the coin to discuss the worst pitches and what not to do when pitching a VC? 5.) Eric has made many investments in adtech and content, an area most VCs are hesitant of. So why are VCs hesitant of this space and why does Eric think he and Ken have been able to master it and produce great returns? 6.) With Eric's experience as CEO at Huffington Post, how does Eric view the changes to the media landscape and what are his predictions and concerns for the next few years?   Items Mentioned In Today's Episode: Eric's Fave Book: The Lord of The Rings Eric's Fave Blog or Newsletter: Strictly VC, Dan Primack: Termsheet Eric's Most Recent Investment: The Drone Racing League As always you can follow The Twenty Minute VC, Harry and Eric on Twitter here! If you would like to see a more colourful side to Harry with many a mojito session, you can follow him on Instagram here!    Free Ebook: How to boost your Conversion Rate Optimization (CRO) by over 100%   Have you ever wanted to know who someone is simply from an email address? With Loyalty Bay's Super Users product now you can. Simply input an email address and it will go off and find publicly available profile information i.e. Linkedin, Facebook, Twitter etc for that email address. This is incredibly powerful in building a richer data profile on your users for marketers and business development people alike. Free 30 day Trial. Check out www.loyaltybay.co.uk      

  • BoW Mailbag Overrun: Samoa Joe v Brock Lesnar, Eric As A Ref, Religion In Pro Wrestling, Hulk & Eric In TNA, More

    · Bischoff on Wrestling

    In this Bischoff on Wrestling Mailbag Overrun special Eric answers a variety of fan questions from the #BischoffOnWrestling mailbag. Some of the topics that Eric discusses include: - What key performance indicator pro wrestling should be measured by now - If Eric thinks finishers have been overly devalued - Eric's thoughts on the times he had to be a referee - Why Kanyon was repacked after Mortis but Glacier was not - How Eric would have booked a feud between Sting and The Rock back in 2001 - Who Eric would most like to interview - Why Bret Hart was underutilized in WCW - Whether Eric and Hulk clashed with Vince Russo in TNA - If Samoa Joe vs Brock Lesnar is the best pure matchup since the Attitude Era - Key Lime Pie vs Carrot Cake? - Whether Eric will do an all AWA episode - Why Bobby The Brain was fired from WCW - If there is anyone Eric is intimidated by - Where Eric was on 9/11 - Whether religion is too taboo of a subject to be used in pro wrestling - Who Eric would have put in the Hulk Hogan role in the NWO if Hulk hadn't taken it - David Milch - Eric's favorite pro wrestling championship design - What new music Eric is listening to - What Eric and Vince Russo were implying when they came up with the line about "the good old boys network" - Whether Jakks has ever contact Eric about being included in the Jakks classic Superstar line - More...

  • 124: Perform Under Pressure Like a Navy Seal Sniper with Eric Davis

    · The 18STRONG Podcast: Golf | Golf Fitness | Mental

    Today I am very excited to announce our guest, Eric Davis.  Eric Davis served our country as a US Navy SEAL and decorated veteran of the War on Global Terror. He’s been recognized as one of the premier sniper instructors in the US military and served as a Master Training Specialist at the SEAL Sniper school. In fact, Eric trained both Marcus Luttrel and Chris Kyle, who you might know from the books and movies Lone Survivor and American Sniper. Eric is an expert in technical and physical surveillance and was part of an elite group hand-selected to perform intelligence collection in some of the scariest places in the world. He spent years developing and writing curriculum for the SEAL teams and was instrumental in reducing the failure rate of the SEAL Sniper course. And we’ll discuss how golf had a big influence on how he did this. Since his time in the SEALS teams, Eric has become a speaker, educator, and coach in the world of corporate performance and leadership training. He is the author of “Raising Men: Lessons Navy Seals learned from their training and taught to their sons” and his upcoming book and project: “Habits of Heroes: Being the Hero in Your Own Life” Eric Davis’ Background Eric has been recognized as one of the premier sniper instructors in the U.S. military and has served as a Master Training Specialist at the SEAL sniper school in Coronado, CA. Eric was instrumental in significantly reducing the failure rate, of Naval Special Warfare’s internationally recognized Sniper course. Since departing from the SEAL teams, Eric has worked in corporate performance, sales and leadership training bringing an unprecedented amount of innovation, efficiency and structure to the domain of business and personal performance. Highlights from this Episode What started Eric’s journey into the military, the Navy SEALS, and to become one of the most successful sniper instructors in history. Eric’s approach to ‘mental management’, and how anyone can apply it to just about any aspect of life, including golf. Eric tells the story and methods of a prisoner of war who was held captive for six years, and came out of it to shoot par on his very first hole just days after getting out. We talk about the feeling a sniper gets when they are about to take a shot, and how to not let emotions take over when they need to focus. This can also apply to helping a golfer making a putt (in a less pressure-filled context obviously!) What people can do if they don’t have a great self-image. Eric quotes a study that contrasts people who are told they are ‘smart’ vs people who are told they’re hard workers. The difference in how people act after hearing this information is very interesting. The importance of habits. The Trifecta of Performance Eric explains the importance of a Contingency Plan and how that was a major focus that the SEALS had for every mission and decision. Why people should prioritize recreation, diet, exercise, recovery etc. Most people only allow themselves to do these things once they’ve finished their ‘work’. Eric is of the opinion that people should reverse these, because they lead to a much more productive work day. Caddy Shack or Happy Gilmore? Caddy Shack Where is the scariest place you’ve ever been? Between a helicopter and the rope that I was jumping onto, without being attached to anything. What’s the longest shot you or a student has ever made?  1 mile. What’s your mission as you move forward in your career? Producing a strategic training group, to pull people out of the entertainment/information void, and into the trenches. Who would you like to spend a day on the course with? Tiger Woods at Augusta Where to find Eric Davis: Website: http://ericdavis215.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/EricDavis215

  • Ep 46: Eric's Response To Something To Wrestle's Eric Bischoff-WWE Episode

    · Bischoff on Wrestling

    This week's episode of Bischoff on Wrestling features Eric and Nick taking an in-depth look at the recent Something To Wrestle With episode about Eric and his time in WWE. Including: - What he'd have done differently when he had to "sell a broom" to Vince McMahon - Whether or not he considers himself a "wrestling person" or an "entertainment producer" - Hulk Hogan's feelings about Vince McMahon when he was negotiating with Eric to come to WCW - If Eric believes that WWE would have stooged off the WCW results if the roles had been reversed - Vince preferring the narrative of "McMahon vs Turner" over "McMahon vs Bischoff" - The talk about bringing Eric into WWE to be part of the invasion angle - What he remembers about "wanting to put Vince McMahon out of business" - WWE's attitude towards him as a creative mind - Who Eric most enjoyed seeing backstage at his WWE RAW debut - The truth behind Ric Flair "attacking Eric" backstage when he came to WWE - How Eric became friends with Girls Gone Wild founder Joe Francis - Eric's thoughts when "Hot Lesbian Action" was pitched to him - Whether Eric would have liked the Billy & Chuck angle to have ended differently - The experience of kissing Linda McMahon in front of Vince - More... Eric also takes a few minutes at the end of the show to give his thoughts on a few of the top pro wrestling news stories of the week. Including: - Samoa Joe as the #1 Contender to the WWE Universal Championship - Road Dogg as the creative force on Smackdown Live - The rumors that Hulk Hogan may be returning to WWE as an ambassador You can find a special Bischoff on Wrestling Overrun on IRWNetwork.com featuring Eric chatting with former WWE Superstar Steve Lombardi (aka the Brooklyn Brawler). Some of the topics they discuss include: - Lombardi's upcoming book about his over thirty year career in WWE - Eric's debut in WWE - Lombardi's memories of growing up on the streets of Brooklyn - Vince McMahon as a commentator - What it takes to be a great enhancement talent - Why work rate does not always equal drawing power - Who the best finish men are in WWE - Shane and Stephanie McMahon - The future of the pro wrestling business - Backstage ribs - Vince McMahon's loyalty - More...

  • Ep 45: Table For 3 w/ Cornette & Hayes, Stooges In WCW, Why Eric Dislikes Russo, 'Cool Heels', More

    · Bischoff on Wrestling

    This week's episode of Bischoff on Wrestling features Eric and Nick taking an in-depth look at his recent WWE Network Table For 3 special with Jim Cornette and Michael PS Hayes. Including: - What it was like being on set with Jim Cornette after the terrible things Jim has said about him - If Eric was familiar with why Jim didn't like him - How Eric dealt with backstage "stooges" in WCW - Why he hates Vince Russo - What the independent pro wrestling scene was like when Eric launched the WCW Power Plant - What other concepts from WCW Eric is proud of - If Eric feels responsible for the "cool heel" - Whether Roman Reigns can be a real old school heel - More... Eric then answers questions from the #BischoffOnWrestling mailbag regarding: - Whose promos Eric enjoyed listening to the most in WCW - How he would have ended the nWo angle - If there was ever a push in WCW to do business deals, recruit talent or do live events in Puerto Rico - If it's true WCW's PPV profits went to Time Warner and not WCW - Whether featuring Eric backstage before the "shocking" hug with Vince on RAW took away from his debut - The idea of a tag team Money In The Bank Ladder Match - Hulk Hogan's hair peace at Halloween Havoc 96 - If undefeated streaks mean less now than before - Why the proposed WCW deal with NBC in late 98 didn't work out - More... You can find a special Bischoff on Wrestling Overrun on IRWNetwork.com featuring Eric chatting his longtime friend and former WCW Performer Sonny Onoo. Some of the topics they discuss include: - How Sonny turned Eric onto sushi - Why it's weird getting older and going to strip clubs - Their memories from their bizarre trip to North Korea for The Collision In Korea w/ Muhammad Ali - Why Eric thinks WWE will never released The Collision In Korea on the WWE Network - Sonny's take on NJPW expanding into the United States and what Japanese wrestling fans want - Vince Russo eliminating Japanese wrestlers from WCW TV and the subsequent lawsuit that Sonny was apart of - Eric as a kickboxer and why other kickboxers were scared of him - If Sonny thinks Eric could have taken Vince McMahon in a fight - Sonny's recent trip to the NJPW offices - More...

  • How To Cure Yourself Of Cancer: An Epic Interview With A Man Who Defied Conventional Medicine & Cured Himself Of Prostate Cancer.

    · Ben Greenfield Fitness: Diet, Fat Loss and Performance

    https://bengreenfieldfitness.com/questtocurecancer My guest on today's podcast, Eric Remensperger, has been a practicing attorney for over 30 years. He is a partner at a major law firm, Proskauer, where he heads up the West Coast real estate practice. But that’s not the most interesting part. Eric is also a major-league biohacker who has cured himself of cancer. I first met Eric at the PaleofX conference last May, and you may have seen his “daily shake” ingredients which appeared at the end of a blog I posted in July of last year entitled “6 Crazy, Exotic Superfood Cocktails, Shakes & Mind-Bending Recipes”... I ran into Eric again in December at the Runga event in Costa Rica, where he told me an incredible story about how his life had changed. In a nutshell, his decades long obsession with health and wellness hit the fastlane when he was diagnosed last spring with stage IV prostate cancer (with a Gleason score of 9), and as a result of that he did an incredibly deep dive into the science behind cancer and the various treatment protocols, some of which I’m sure we’ll get into on the podcast. For those of you who are concerned about cancer, or have been touched by it, I think you will find this a very interesting conversation. As a non-health-care professional who has gone from stage IV metastatic cancer to full remission, Eric can speak freely about his experiences and what he has learned (and continues to learn) about the theories on the causes of cancer and the premises behind the various treatment modalities. His goal is to assist those who wish to take charge of their own care by providing the information needed to better assist them in working with their doctors and healthcare professionals to find the best path to manage the disease by shifting from “cancering” to the body’s natural state of “healing”. Eric lives in Santa Monica, CA, where he is an advanced yogi and a health nut. During our discussion, you'll discover: -How Eric went from a cigarette-smoking, divorced lawyer to a complete yogi enthusiast and health nut, far before he found out he had cancer...[10:22] -The one book that stood out from the 21 books Eric read in the 14 days after discovering he had cancer...[24:05] -How "Qi" stagnation and emotional issues can cause cancer...[28:50] -The fascinating experiments by Wilhelm Reich in which he discovered something called "bions" that can precede cancer...[42:00] -The way that quantum physics and vibrational energies can allow you to believe yourself into a state of sickness (and vice versa)...[49:20] -The importance difference between nutritional ketosis and therapeutic ketosis...[52:25] -What Eric discovered about deuterium depletion and it's link to cancer...[54:25] -The one pharmaceutical anti-fungal drug that Eric takes and recommends looking into for anyone who has cancer...[57:40] -Why Eric swears by a one-two combo of hyperbaric oxygen and ozone therapy via rectal insufflation for killing cancer cells...[59:05] -Why Eric completely shut down his testosterone levels and chemically castrated himself...[66:45] -The role of apricot pits and wormwood toxins for shutting down cancer cells...[71:10] -The Pau D' Arco tea blend that both Ben and Eric drink every day to support their mitochondria and cellular health...[74:00] -Why sunlight is crucial to producing something called "GcMAF", a crucial component of your immune system...[76:42] -And much more! Resources from this episode: -Eric's Quest to Cure Cancer website -6 Crazy, Exotic Superfood Cocktails, Shakes & Mind-Bending Recipes -Book: Tripping Over The Truth - The Metabolic Theory Of Cancer -Book: Bion Experiments by Wilhelm Reich -Book: The Cancer Biopathy by Wilhelm Reich -Book: Letting Go: The Pathway of Surrender -Podcast: Podcast On Fixing Your Mitochondria With Dr. Joe Mercola -Podcast: Why You've Been Lied To About Cancer & What You Can Do About It -Podcast: The Mold-Cancer Link, Resetting Your Nervous System, Dry Fasting, Nanonutrients & More With Ian Clark Article: Do Muscle Building Supplements Really Cause Cancer? Article: Why You Get Cancer And What You Can Do About It Article: Did Lebron James’ Cell Phone Give Him Mouth Cancer? -Deuterium-depleted water Do you have questions, thoughts or feedback for Eric or me? Leave your comments at BenGreenfieldFitness.com and one of us will reply!

  • 20VC: Kleiner Perkins GP, Eric Feng on How The Best Funds Use Tech and Data To Find Companies, Why Entrepreneurs Start The Fire and VCs Add The Rocket Fuel & Why Consumer Is Harder Than Ever Today

    · The Twenty Minute VC: Venture Capital | Startup Funding | The Pitch

    Eric Feng is a Partner @ Kleiner Perkins, one of the world's leading venture capital firms with prior investments in the likes of Google, Amazon, Snapchat, Uber, Twitter and more. At Kleiner Eric focuses on consumer and incubation with his current being his co-founding role with Packagd, the startup building a family of apps offering a new mobile shopping experience. Packagd recently raised a $6m Series A led by Forerunner and GV. Prior to KPCB, Eric held the role of CTO at both Flipboard and Hulu. In Today’s Episode You Will Learn: 1.) How Eric made his way into venture, all thanks to the help of Al Gore and Kleiner Perkins? 2.) What does Eric believe are the 2 opposing views of VCs? What side does it sit on? Has he always sat on that side? What was it that changed his mind? 3.) Why does Eric think consumer today is harder than ever before? How does the incumbency issue with regards to distribution affect Eric's thinking? Why does Eric believe we have never seen incumbents as strong as those of today? 4.) Why does Eric believe consumer companies are binary? How does this affect his attitude to price sensitivity? How does this influence his ownership requirements? 5.) How are VC funds building and using their own data platforms to find the best startups? Are we seeing the start of VC funds being disrupted by technology? What advantages does using this technology have? Items Mentioned In Today’s Show: Eric’s Fave Book: Adventures in The Screen Trade: A Personal View of Hollywood Eric’s Fave Blog: TechMeme Eric’s Most Recent Investment: Hollar As always you can follow Harry, The Twenty Minute VC and Eric on Twitter here! Likewise, you can follow Harry on Snapchat here for mojito madness and all things 20VC. eShares is the No 1 Cap Table Management platform, allowing for equity management, 409A valuations, and liquidity, all in one place. eShares is made for companies of all sizes with over 5,000 trusted customers including the likes of Squarespace, Kickstarter, and DoorDash just to name a few. To try out the must have service of the industry, simply head over to esharesinc.com it is a must. Fond is the employee engagement suite with 3 core products, rewards: a recognition platform for rewarding achievements and milestones, perks: a premium corporate discounts program to show employees you care about them and then finally engagement IQ, a free employee engagement survey that allows you to measure the health of your organization. To check it out head over to fond.co

  • Eric Saade 2011-11-19

    · P4 Premiär

    Skivaktuella Eric Saade berättar om livet efter schlagerframgången och om att han nu slagit sig in på en ny bana. Han är redo för världen. Eric berättar också varför han aldrig kan tänka sig att ställa upp i Melodifestivalen igen. Dessutom visar han stolt upp sin nya tatuering på insidan av armen. Reporter:Tina Mackic

  • The Marketing Tasks Eric and Neil Do Every Day | Ep. #311

    · Marketing School | Digital Marketing | Online Marketing

    In Episode #311, Eric and Neil discuss the marketing tasks they do daily. Tune in to know what Eric and Neil do every day and how these habits contribute to their success. Time Stamped Show Notes: 00:27 – Today’s topic: The Marketing Tasks Eric and Neil Do Every Day 00:36 – The big thing that Neil does is post on social media 00:49 – Neil also responds to comments from Social Web and Social Profiles 00:59 – Neil looks into Google Console to track posts that are declining in views and clicks 01:07 – He will then update those posts and content and they will go back to where they were 01:27 – Eric is trying to work on the business more 01:44 – Eric is working on creating content 01:58 – Eric also checks his Google Console and track his posts’ ranking 02:33 – You do NOT have to do exactly what Eric and Neil are doing 02:35 – Eric also has a lot of one-on-one time with the team to see where he can help 02:48 – Eric checks the interns campaigns and coaches them if needed 03:09 – Neil reads marketing blogs and keeps himself updated on the industry trends 03:15 – Neil also responds to Quora’s questions 03:54 – The biggest hack for Eric is listening to marketing podcasts daily 04:04 – Eric recommends listening to Growth Everywhere and Digital Marketing Podcast 04:21 – There’s so much consumption you can do but you need to produce, too 04:48 – Eric and Neil both try to continue to level up and build a flywheel that continues to go 05:12 – Build all the pieces, hire the right people, put in the right processes and start to build the flywheel 05:20 – That’s it for today’s episode! 3 Key Points: Keep yourself updated in the industry that you’re in. Tracking your post’s analytics does not have to be done daily, but needs to be checked constantly to assess if you need to update. Learning is useless without application. Leave some feedback: What should we talk about next? Please let us know in the comments below. Did you enjoy this episode? If so, please leave a short review. Connect with us: NeilPatel.com Quick Sprout Growth Everywhere Single Grain Twitter @neilpatel Twitter @ericosiu

  • How to Keep Track of Emerging Trends in Your Industry | Ep. #255

    · Marketing School | Digital Marketing | Online Marketing

    In Episode #255, Eric and Neil discuss how to keep track of emerging trends in your industry. Tune in to learn why networking is of the utmost importance when it comes to being up to date with the latest trends and tools. You’ll also find out what blogs and social media platforms Eric and Neil use to stay on top of their game. Time Stamped Show Notes: 00:27 – Today’s topic: How to Keep Track of Emerging Trends in Your Industry 00:37 – Eric looks at Feedly to take their RSS feeds and segment them 00:52 – When Eric wakes up, he’s puts them into Pocket which is his “read later” tool 01:02 – Looking at the headlines in the morning gives Eric an idea on what is going on and gets his brain moving 01:23 – Neil uses Twitter 01:31 – It is still a great tool to know the latest in your industry 01:49 – Follow the people within your industry 01:59 – For Twitter, Eric uses Tweetbot 02:29 – Eric likes Twitter because when something big happens, it will trend easily 03:03 – Listen to different podcasts in your industry 03:24 – The new tactics and trends can be easily shared through podcasts 03:59 – Eric and Neil discuss with each other what they are doing and their results 04:30 – Eric and Neil are doing this with other people in their space 04:35 – “If you’re not networking with people, you’re not going to be ahead of them” 04:40 – Eric had a chat with Sean Ellis of Growth Hacker 04:52 – Shawn shares why he started Growth Hacker 05:04 – If you meet with other people, you can build relationships 05:18 – Eric shares when he went to the Traffic and Conversion Conference 05:25 – One of Neil’s business partners connected with one of Eric’s friends 06:16 – Make sure you reciprocate 06:28 – Eric enjoys looking at Venture Capital blogs like CB Insights, Mattermark and Crunchbase 07:03 – It can give you an idea of where things are going, in general 07:13 – That’s it for today’s episode! 3 Key Points: Twitter might be dead, but it is still a good platform to know what is currently happening in your space. Networking with people in your industry builds relationships and helps you stay updated on the latest news and trends. You will learn more if you reciprocate. Leave some feedback: What should we talk about next? Please let us know in the comments below. Did you enjoy this episode? If so, please leave a short review. Connect with us: NeilPatel.com Quick Sprout Growth Everywhere Single Grain Twitter @neilpatel Twitter @ericosiu

  • 20VC: Venture Capital Is One Hell Of A Drug, What VCs Expect From Founders Once They Have Raised & Why Customers Validate Your Business Not Venture Capital with Eric Paley, Managing Partner @ Founder Collective

    · The Twenty Minute VC: Venture Capital | Startup Funding | The Pitch

    Eric Paley is the Managing Partner at Founder Collective, one of the world’s most successful seed funds with investments in the likes of Uber, Hunch, Makerbot and About.me. Prior to Founder Collective, Eric was the Co-Founder and CEO of Brontes Technologies, later acquired by 3M for $95m. Following it’s acquisition Eric began making angel investments and it was not long before Eric and David, ‘super angel’ at the time, saw the potential for a Founder First seed fund and Founder Collective was born. In Today’s Episode You Will Learn: 1.) How Eric made his move into the wonderful world of venture from founding Brontes Technologies? 2.) How does raising VC money affect the founders in both the long term and the short term? How does it alter exit expectations and time horizons? 3.) How does raising VC money affect startup management and burn rates? At what time is it too late to cut the burn? When should this moment of realisation be? What are Eric's rough expectations of valuation uptick based upon VC funding? How does Eric approach the bridge round? What metrics are required for Eric to think it is an acceptable round? Is it merely a case of failing to hit Series A metrics? 5.) Does Eric believe VCs really need $Bn exits to succeed? What is the math behind it? How should founders think of exits with the investors hat on? What does Eric make of the rise of mega funds? Items Mentioned In Today’s Show: Eric’s Most Recent Investment: Crayon As always you can follow Harry, The Twenty Minute VC and Eric on Twitter here! Likewise, you can follow Harry on Snapchat here for mojito madness and all things 20VC. The Twenty Minute VC is proudly sponsored by Luma, Luma is the world’s first ever Surround WiFi system that brings speed, security and control to the home network. And Unlike traditional routers, Luma comes in a pack of two or three sleek devices to place in different rooms in your home. Luma then creates a mesh network that work together to create an outrageously-fast, ultra-secure Surround WiFi network.  Lastly, Luma’s app lets you easily see and control which devices, users and content are on your network. To buy your Luma, simply dead to getluma.com or amazon.com. So many problems start with your head: stress, depression, anxiety, fear of the future. What if there was some kind of exercise you could do, that would help you get your head in shape. That’s where the Headspace app comes in. Headspace is meditation made simple. The Headspace app provides guided meditations you can use whenever you want, wherever you want, on your phone, computer or tablet. They have sessions focused on everything from dealing with stress and depression, to helping you eat more mindfully. So download the Headspace app and start your journey towards a happier, healthier life. Learn more at headspace.com/20vc. That’s headspace.com/20vc.

  • Ep 13 feat. James Ellsworth & Court Bauer: Goldberg's Return, Corgan Suing TNA, More

    · Bischoff on Wrestling

    Bischoff on Wrestling 10.19.16 Host: Eric Bischoff Co-host: Nick Hausman Guests: Court Bauer & James Ellsworth Welcome to former WCW President Eric Bischoff’s new weekly podcast! This week’s show kicks off with Eric talking about Bill Goldberg's return to WWE and the emotional reaction he received from the fans. Nick and Eric then discuss some more top pro wrestling news stories including: - Billy Corgan suing TNA and all of the other drama surrounding TNA at the moment - Mick Foley teasing that Sasha Banks and Charlotte could headline Hell in a Cell - Linda McMahon's $6 million donation to the Donald J. Trump Foundation Eric then welcomes his first guest for this week MLW's Court Bauer. During Court's appearance the two discuss: - The rise of the pro wrestling podcast - What pro wrestling fans want from pro wrestling podcasts - The brief period of time that Court and Eric were working for WWE at the same time - Eric infamously getting dropped in a garbage truck by Vince McMahon - Court’s memories of Eric backstage and watching him chat with Paul Heyman - The time that Eric really disappointed Vince McMahon -More… After Court Bauer's interview Eric then answers some questions from fans that were submitted on Twitter using the hashtag #BischoffOnWrestling. Following the mail bag segment Eric then welcomes his second guest to the show, James Ellsworth. James chats candidly with Eric about: - His time on the independent pro wrestling scene - Running his own wrestling promotion and the meaningful work he does outside of pro wrestling - What it was like to work with AJ Styles in the main event of Smackdown in a WWE World Championship match - Fans’ concerns that he may have hurt his neck taking the Styles Clash from AJ in their first bout - His reaction to getting his own TitanTron video, theme music and t-shirt - Vince McMahon's reaction backstage after his WWE World Championship match with AJ Styles - What Dean Ambrose was like to work with -More… Eric then wraps the show up with his final thoughts for the week. Don’t forget to subscribe to Bischoff on Wrestling for free on iTunes This episode of Bischoff on Wrestling is brought you by: Blue Apron- You can get THREE FREE MEALS with FREE SHIPPING on BlueApron.com by using the promo code: ERICB Dollar Shave Club- You can get YOUR FIRST MONTH FREE by going to www.DollarShaveClub.com/Bischoff #EricBischoff #BischoffOnWrestling #NickHausman #CourtBauer #MLW #Goldberg #JamesEllsworth #WWE #TNA #LindaMcMahon #DonaldTrump #VinceMcMahon #Smackdown #AJStyles #DeanAmbrose #BillyCorgan

  • 3. Eric Saade - om kidnappningen, sex och att vara blatte

    · Inga Gränser med Daff

    I det här avsnittet möter jag Eric Saade. I 10 års tid har han figurerat i media - ständigt med nya rubriker. Många uppfattar honom som självupptagen eller kaxig - jag hoppas det här samtalet motbevisar den bilden. Vi pratar om allt från uppväxten i Kattarp till att ligga med någon i Dolly Style. Jag hoppas att ni njuter ac det här avsnittet och har ni några tankar eller önskemål på gäster så kommentera min instagram - @bydaff. TACK för att ni lyssnar. Kram!

  • Huskurer jao, Backpacking och making a star med Fredrik Kempe

    · Morgonpasset i P3

    Victor outar att han är BESATT av huskurer. Visar sig dock att han mest är väldigt inne på ingefära. Fler tips strömmar dock in. Smör på ryggen, pinnar från otillgängliga berg och inte minst vitpeppar verkar vara poppis. David sugs in i Ahmeds fascinerande backpacking-storys som kretsar mycket kring att chilla. Dessutom blir det finbesök av talangspottaren och hitmakaren Fredrik Kempe som avslöjar hur han fått med 30 låtar till Melodifestivalen och hur det egentligen gick till när Eric Saade breakade. Massa annat gottigt bakom kulisserna-material där till! Victor inleder morgonen med att outa att han är BESATT av huskurer. Visar sig dock att han mest är väldigt inne på ingefära. Fler tips strömmar dock in. Smör på ryggen, pinnar från otillgängliga berg och inte minst vitpeppar verkar vara poppis. David sugs in i Ahmeds fascinerande backpacking-storys som kretsar mycket kring att chilla. Dessutom blir det finbesök av talangspottaren och hitmakaren Fredrik Kempe som avslöjar hur han fått med 30 låtar till Melodifestivalen och hur det egentligen gick till när Eric Saade breakade. Massa annat gottigt bakom kulisserna-material där till!

  • Lilla Al-Fadji med Eric Saade

    · Lilla Al-Fadji

    Eric Saade älskar fansen, men det är främst folk som hatar hans musik som ständigt pushar honom. "Har du 20 haters nu, så ska du fundera på hur du ska få 50 innan sommarn!" tipsar han Lilla LAF.

  • Eric Saade: en gäst med Sting och fan fiction om One Direction

    · PP3

    Eric Saade hälsar på oss. Han är en av finalisterna i Melodifestivalen som ska tävla om priset att få presentera Sverige i Eurovision song contest. Vi pratar även med Anna Todd som har skrivit en milt sagt populär fan fiction om One Direction. Efter att fått en miljard läsningar på Wattpad så publiceras den nu som bok.