ESCAPE 9-to-5. CREATE YOUR OWN FREEDOM. Case Studies of Non-traditional Business Founders

“You don’t have forever” – with full-time traveler Colin Wright

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October 10, 2015

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EPISODE 42: Here’s my guarantee about today’s episode. It will not only inspire you but will also push you to think about important questions you don’t usually ask yourself. I’m amused that this is the 42nd episode. I can quite comfortably title this episode “The Answer to Life, The Universe and Everything” as one of my favourite authors is Douglas Adams :). If you haven’t read The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, forgive me for that inside joke. Read more »


Creativity, Business Ideas, Risk-Taking, Online Branding and more – in conversation with Jason SurfrApp

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October 24, 2014

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EPISODE 34: Jason SurfrApp sold off his last name to the highest bidder twice, making over $100,000 in the process. If you listen to what prompted him to come up with and execute this wild idea (besides the profit), you won’t judge him for selling out. Before that, he founded IWearYourShirt.com, a company where clients paid him to wear t-shirts and which generated over $1,000,000 in revenue. He also made a big chunk of cash by getting 20o+ sponsors for his new book, CREATIVITY FOR SALE (FREE  to download for Radical Tribe […] Read more »


How Charlie Pabst Started a Business in a Domain He Knew Nothing About…and Prospered.

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Published under Creative agency, Design & llustration, Freelancing, Personal branding, Service business

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September 30, 2014

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EPISODE 32: Charlie Pabst designed coffee shops for a famous coffee company. He produced more work than several others, but got paid less. He waited for a while for things to change, but nothing happened. Enough was enough, so he started doing graphic and web design on the side and quit his job. No business experience, no prior graphic design experience. Here’s his story…it could be yours, too. Read more »


How to Start an Online Fashion Retail Store (and Other Businesses Along the Way) – with Megan Hunt

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August 21, 2014

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EPISODE 30: Megan Hunt wanted to go to Germany and become an English teacher. Instead, she ended up starting a global bridal and dress design company in Omaha, Nebraska. She’s owned multiple businesses since then and now runs HelloHoliday.com, an online fashion retail business that she feels is closer to the bullseye, i.e. her ideal business. http://traffic.libsyn.com/radicaltribe/Megan_Hunt_Final_21-Aug-14.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download Read more »


How Emma Reynolds Lost Everything She Had…and Then Built a Million Dollar Global Consulting Biz

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July 15, 2014

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EPISODE 27: In 2008, Emma Reynolds made headlines in the Sunday Times having been named by Management Today as one of the ‘Top 35 Women under 35’ to watch. Her new Human Resources/Marketing consulting business was killing it in the U.K. A year later she was forced to shut down her business and found herself at the Wimbledon car boot sale trying to sell her belongings so she could pay for dinner. http://traffic.libsyn.com/radicaltribe/Emma_Reynolds_Final_14-Jul-14.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download Read more »

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