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What's up Kingdom of Rock! Join Matt Gibson and Michael Molenda as they interview professional musicians, as well as experts in technology, business, marketing, sales, and entrepreneurship. The goal of Kingdom of Rock is to help musicians and creatives get better at music, tech, and business. Show guests include Steve Vai, Grant Cardone, DJ Scratch, Steve Lukather, Alex Winter, Stryper, Corrin Campbell (Indepreneur), Kevin Breuner (CD Baby/DIY Musician), Deadmau5, Poe, and many touring music ...
 
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Your weekly playbook about the inner game of building a business. Making business owners happier, happier and richer. Are you an entrepreneur, founder, business owner who wants to get 100% out of your time, talent and ideas? Do you want a competitive edge, an unfair advantage? If so, then you’ll love the behind the scenes, easy to implement tips the EDGE brings you. Much of the information you’ll learn is unconventional. Not just for the sake of being different, but because in the modern day ...
 
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Senaida Ng joins the Student Loan Podcast to share how she manages life as an international student, startup founder, musician, and content creator. If you wanted to learn how such a mover and shaker gets this all done and so much more, then this episode is for you. We discuss with Senaida Ng: Ways that she has financed her education as an internat…
 
Happy Latinx Heritage Month! Daphné Vanessa and Shamil Rodriguez go over some of the latest higher education and student loans, but that's not all. This episode also shares plays clips from previous episodes that cover the student loan and higher education perspective of Latinx students and student loan borrowers. Visit the show notes for all the e…
 
Gary Santos Mendoza joins the show to discuss higher education, mental health awareness, identity and how it all relates to student loans and the student experience. Gary currently serves as the director of the intercultural resource center at Rutgers University in Newark, NJ. If you like discussing topics like gender identity, mental health, cultu…
 
Ben and his co-founders of OLark graduated from the famous Y Combinator program in Silicon Valley with the opportunity to raise millions of dollars from investors. They opted not to raise money and bootstrap their company. A decade later OLark is a strong profitable SAAS company. In this epiosde you get Ben's top tips. For the full story how Ben an…
 
Patrick McKeown is one of the foremost experts on how to breathe correctly. His book, The Oxygen Advantage, was a life changing read for me. In this episode you get his top 3 tips and in epsisode #31 he lays out a bunch of exercises you can start doing to improve your focus, concentration and even lose weight. This is a must listen to episode for e…
 
Joe Mahavuthivanij is the founder of Mythic Markets and is a repeat entrepreneur. In this episode you get his top tips for startup founders. This episode is an outtake from our conversation in episode #26 where Joe shared his story of how his life journey led him to founding Mythic Markets. He met his founders at Comic Con if you can believe that. …
 
Gary Santos Mendoza joins the show to discuss higher education, mental health awareness, identity and how it all relates to student loans and the student experience. Gary currently serves as the director of the intercultural resource center at Rutgers University in Newark, NJ. If you like discussing topics like gender identity, mental health, cultu…
 
What is the best legal structure for your business? In this episode you get JJ Childers' top tips on choosing a business structure. These tips are an outtake from epsiode #7 where J.J , an attorney whose practice focuses on business asset protection, estate planning, and tax reduction, explains the advantages and disadvantages of each type of legal…
 
Tom McMurray is a retired venture capitalist from Sequoia Capital, angel investor and philanthropist. In episode #76 we talk about how venture capital works, Tom gives entrepreneurs who are looking to raise money from VC's some things to think about, and shares some great Silicon Valley stories from when he and his partners from Sequoia funded some…
 
Amer is CEO of Celential AI an artificial intelligence platform for recruiting located in Silicon Valley. He formerly was in management at Yahoo and a venture capitalist. In episode #79 Amer and I talk about what it takes to be an entrepreneur, what he calls reluctant entrepreneurs and we talk about the debate of are you born an entrepreneur or can…
 
Daphné Vanessa and Shamil Rodriguez discuss the origins of The Student Loan Podcast and the startup they co-founded that allows for students and alumni to serve the community and receive payments towards their student loans or tuition in return. Learn more at StartNoo.com to see if StartNoo is on your campus. Show notes for today's episode: https:/…
 
Hall Martin is CEO of TEN Capital and joined us in episode #94 where we had a great conversation about how to raise money from angel investors. If you enjoy these three tips, you'll love the full episode #94.โดย Brandon White
 
Steven Dimmitt is an elite level rock climber, entrepreneur, and the host of The Nugget Climbing podcast. Steven had a pivotal moment in his life one day when he felt he was wasting away in his cubicle at work. He couldn't imagine a lifetime living the way he was... In this episode he gives his three high percentage tips and in the full episode #12…
 
Brian Hahn Co-founded Nomad with his business partner Noah Dentzel nine years ago. They've bootstrapped the company since it's inception. In episode #130 Brian and I talked about how he and Noah have been able to do it and sustain their growth. In this episode Brian gives his high percentage tips for fellow founders. Check the full episode for a pa…
 
Adam Minsky, Esq. joins the show to share why he started a practice over 10 years ago that focuses on protecting the rights of student loans borrowers. Adam is also a Senior Contributor for Forbes and shares recent student loan news that can impact many student loan borrowers and how they might prepare for them. In today's episode we cover: Knowing…
 
John Lee Dumas is an Entrepreneur, Founder and host of the award winning podcast, Entrepreneurs On Fire. In a rare sixty minute interview in episode #73 John shares his journey from joining the army, leading a team of tanks in the Iraq war, working in commercial real estate, to starting and turning his podcast into a full time business. In this epi…
 
Steve Brown is an author and entrepreneur and in episode 40 explains why Entrepreneurs should write a book, how it has helped him grow his sales and how to do it. In this short episode he drops his 3 HPT's (high percentage tips) for fellow entrepreneurs. Check out episode #40 for these three HPT's and tons of other how to information about writing …
 
Helen Sewart is owner of Coastal Wood Designs in Half Moon Bay, California. In episode #43 Helen tells her inspiring story of how entrepreneurship found her right out of high school because she didn't having enough money to buy gifts for friends and family. In this episode she gives fellow business owners some advice from her lessons learned starti…
 
Alan Payne started his career working at a grocery store. In episode #91 he explains how he managed to start a chain of Blockbuster stores that became the most profitable across all franchises in the U.S. In this episode he shares his top tips for fellow business owners. Alan is the author of an Amazon best selling book Built to Fail. The Inside St…
 
If you thought you were busy, then you haven't met Dr. Ijeoma Kola. She joins the Student Loan podcast not only to share how she went from undergraduate to her Ph.D. without taking on any student loan debt, but how she is paying it forward for other black women and nonbinary doctoral candidates through her nonprofit Cohort Sistas. Dr. Kola is not o…
 
Becca Jordan Wright is the Founder of Piedmont Pennies, North Carolina's #1 handcrafted cheese snack. With a background in management consulting and technology, Becca's love for hospitality and food was finally realized when she launched Piedmont Pennies in September 2020 during the global COVID-19 pandemic. In this episode she shares her top tips …
 
Back from episode #49 where Jenna and Jeremy Chipps shared how they found the courage to sell everything, buy an RV, start a travel blog, and live the digital nomad life. In this episode they share their top tips for people who want to become digital nomads. Check out our full conversation in episode 49. PLEASE SUPPORT OUR SPONSORS WHO MAKE THIS PO…
 
Tony has had an amazing entrepreneur career. He's sold several companies, raised a record breaking amount in a crowdfunding campaign that went against conventual wisdom of using Kickstarter and offers his top three pieces of advice for fellow founders and business owners. Find Tony at: RescueTime - Take Back Control of Your Time Tony Wright's Homep…
 
Today, Mike Kleba, a 20+ year public school teacher, co-author of the book Otherful, school culture expert and climber of Mount Kilimanjaro (no, that wasn't a typo) joins the show. Mike goes into how teachers and school leaders can change the culture of their schools and therefore the student experience by making a shift in their leadership. Today'…
 
Travis offers his advice for fellow business founders in this short episode. In episode # 97 Travis joined us and shared his incredible entrepreneur journey from being a private pilot, to a dive instructor to smuggling a boat out of a country in South America. If you haven't listened to our conversation about all this, go back to episode #97 after …
 
Nancy Connor had a successful career in sales in corporate America and one day, literally, decided she had enough and walked out, dropped the mic. The next day she founded Smart Adaptive Clothing to follow her calling. I've known Nancy over three years and she's built a real business. Please support our sponsors that make this podcast possible... T…
 
Daphné Vanessa and Shamil Rodriguez discuss how universities can help students land jobs they want. Visit the show notes for all the extra details: https://thestudentloanpodcast.com/episode39 Visit our podcast sponsor at StartNoo to learn how you can exchange service hours in the community for direct payments towards your student loans or tuition.…
 
Dr. Shannon appeared on episode 106 and shared tons of information about working out, how to do it without destroying your joints and other great workout trips. Dr. Shannon is an Entrepreneur, Doctor of Physical Therapy, wife and transitioned from owning a cash-pay physical therapy practice to exclusively focusing on creating safe exercise programs…
 
Kadin has several successful online businesses from selling on eBay to building a YouTube channel, to building an app and using YouTube to promote it, to selling on Amazon. He lays out exactly how he did all if it in episode 9. In this episode he lays out his top three tips for you. You'll want to listen to the full espisode because it's packed wit…
 
In Episode# 5 Karla shared her entrepreneurial story of how she used a continual customer feedback loop with a sprinkle of street smarts to build a super successful flower shop and then use that business' cash flow to fund and build other businesses. In this episode Karla drops her top three business tips for fellow business owners. If you like the…
 
Tired of out-of-this world tuition? Well, today's guest, has a possible solution for you. Save on college expenses by going to college in Canada. Brandon Miller is an immigration consultant that has helped many Americans take advantage of the benefits of studying in Canada. Today, we look at what that might look like for you. This episode provides …
 
Jessica has been successful in Direct Marketing not once, not twice, but three times. That's not luck, that's skill! She was a guest on epiode #4 back in July 2020 and lays out exactly how she does all her selling through social media and other online channels. Some of her tips will surprise you how simple they are and how you can put them into pra…
 
Whitney was in episode #3 of Build a Business Success Secrets Podcast where she shared her story how she quit a career as a corproate attorney and become a digital nomad. You'll want to go back to episode #3 and listen to her story and what's she's learned about building a business. In the mean time... Here's her three HPT's (high percentage tips) …
 
Kelly McGannon is a sought-after leadership and body language coach with deep expertise in self-awareness/mind-body connection, energy management, strategy, and culture change. We're hitting rewind while we get ready for the new season with our new name, EDGE, and going back to episode #2 where Kelly explains how to write our own story and how to p…
 
Amelia Lin is the CEO and Co-Founder of Saga. The app that records family memories for you and future generations to come. While we're getting ready for the new season with our new name, EDGE, we're hitting rewind and going back to July 10, 2021 with our first espisode where Amelia joined us to share how she went from working with laser diffraction…
 
Today, Daphné and Shamil discuss the latest student loan and higher education news updates. Some of the topics covered today include: FedLoan Servicing not renewing its contract with the federal government; Calls for U.S. News to stop using SAT/ACT scores in school rankings; and Large donations given to colleges and universities from private donors…
 
Your health is one of the biggest assest you have when building a business. Take care of your health and you can do things you never throught possible. Neglect your health and your business will pay a price and you will likely not make as much money as you could. This happens for a lot of reasons, not just because of your own health, but because as…
 
The seven statistics we lay out in this episode will help adjust your expectations about selling and help you build a playbook with your sales team to sell more. Do you know how many follow ups it takes on average to get a sale? How many attempts does it take to to reach a prospective customer? Do you know how many follow up calls it takes to make …
 
We're changing the name of this podcast to... Listen to this episode to learn what our new name will be, why we're changing it and all the lessons we learned that can help you when coming up with a name for your business or your new product. And... How we got our slogan wrong, why it's wrong, what we're changing it to and what you can learn from th…
 
Have you ever imagined paying off your student loans in one fell swoop? Well, our guest today, Pamela Keith, Esq., has lived that very moment when she wrote a check to pay off her nearly $100K in student loan debt. In today's episode we will cover how Pam was able to reach this prolific milestone and so much more. We also dive into: Not allowing fo…
 
People beleive caffeine gives them a boost in energy, productivity and overall well-being. It does, when...not used on a regular basis. If you use this drug on a regular basis it becomes less effective and can actually be net negative to your health, productivity and overall well-being. Listen to this episode to learn to how I detoxed off caffeine,…
 
Having a business partner can range from the most amazing experience to the worst ever. The difference between the two outcomes heavily depends on open communication and understanding one another. Getting to this place is hard because it can be really uncomfortable. But... The uncomfortable feeling you have up front asking questions and getting to …
 
Today, Daphné and Shamil discuss how to negotiate and appeal your financial aid package. You don't have to settle for the first offer letter you receive from your dream school. Learn how to negotiate and appeal your initial financial aid package in today's episode. Visit the show notes for more information: https://thestudentloanpodcast.com/episode…
 
Jim Hemerling is a leader in Boston Consulting Group’s (BSG) People & Organization and Transformation practices, as well as the firm's behavior and culture topic. With over 25 years of experience as a senior advisor, Jim has widespread experience leading large-scale transformation programs and cultivating high performing cultures. His work goes bey…
 
One of the top reasons businesses fail isn't because they don't have a great product, service, a big market, or even a product distribution problem. It's because of co-founders disputes. Said another way, the co-founders don't get along and the company goes to hell in a handbasket. Don't let that happen to you and your co-founder(s). Understand and…
 
Becoming a better listener will surly make you a better business owner, boss and more likable. That all translates into more sales and profits for your business. In this episode Brandon breaks down five skills with tips on how you can get started becoming a better listener today. Please support our sponsors that make this podcast possible. The Buil…
 
We are joined on The Student Podcast by Phyllis Khao, who we have termed the Service Queen. Phyllis shares her story of service to others while navigating how to pay for school as a first generation college student. There are plenty of laughs in today's episode as we cover: why Phyllis decided to go to college in the first place; why Phyllis chose …
 
Becca Jordan Wright is the Founder and Owner of Piedmont Pennies, North Carolina's handcrafted cheese snack. Born and raised in North Carolina, with a corporate background in Management Consulting and Big Tech, Becca's love for hospitality and food was finally realized when she launched Piedmont Pennies D2C in September 2020 during the global COVID…
 
Be prepared to answer these four questions in your investor meetings. They're not your typical questions and you don't want to get caught off guard and blow your whole investor meeting. The fourth one is the biggest zinger. If you're prepared to answer it with out missing a beat, you'll surely look like a rock start and likely win over investors. W…
 
If you're going to raise money for your company you're going to get asked a ton of questions from your first meeting, to your second all the way through the due diligence period until you finally close your round. Over the years I've kept a running list of questions that investors have asked me and our companies when pitching all the way through to…
 
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