In this episode of the Founder Origin Series, Sherry interviews Jason Cohen of WP Engine, about his early days in college and starting companies. And how being a son to two teachers shaped his success. Support ZenFounder
To kick off this summer’s Founder Origin Stories, Sherry interviews Dan Martell, founder of Clarity. They talk about his early years as a troubled teen and the experiences and people along the way that helped give him the skills to be a better person and successful entrepreneur.
Sherry introduces the new Founder Origin Stories series that will be starting this summer, in which she interviews 7 successful entrepreneurs about their beginnings.
Entrepreneurship is a tough, demanding, often lonely job. It’s filled with the highest of highs and the lowest of lows. And the hardest part … most of your friends and family don’t understand the unique demands, responsibilities, pressures, stresses, worries and pains of entrepreneurship. So not only is it a tough sport … it becomes […]
In this solo episode, Rob shares some of his tips he’s developed on how to maximize the absorption of information you can get from a book.
In this episode Rob and Sherry discuss the book “What Got You Here Won’t Get You There: How Successful People Become Even More Successful”. It lists 20 bad workplace habits and they further detail some of these points in the book.
Rob and Sherry revisit their founder origin series. In this episode Sherry interviews Bidsketch founder, Ruben Gamez.
Rob and Sherry talk about two articles from Entrepreneur Magazine, one is an interview with Expedia’s CEO about critical traits developed early in his career, and the other deals with things to add to your morning routine.
Rob and Sherry close in on 17 years of marriage. They talk about how it has been a professional asset, the challenges and benefits of working together, and what things have been important in a successful marriage.
Rob and Sherry talk about following your passion. They raise some questions on whether or not this is good advice when it comes trying to monetize it or “do what you love”.