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Blogging for Dollars like John Chow: Money While You Sleep (and Play!)

John Chow is the original dot com mogul -- as well as being an author, speaker, blogger, father, and entrepreneur. He rocketed onto the blogging scene when he showed the income power of blogging with a case study to see what it would take to make $3,000 a month. In this conversation, John walks us through many of the details involved in how he achieved this overwhelming success. The interview is full of invaluable tips and insights on various aspects of how to succeed in making money online.

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Creating a Book With Bestseller Potential: Tucker Max

In this conversation we talk to Tucker Max, who has the remarkable honor of being one of only three writers ever to have had three books on the New York Times nonfiction bestseller list at the same time. We talk about his company (Book in a Box), as well as how to turn an idea or your knowledge into a book, and then how to make that book a bestseller.

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The Importance of Building on a Strong Foundation: Michael E. Gerber

This episode features Michael E. Gerber, who is the mega-bestselling author of 28 E-Myth books, including The E-Myth, The E-Myth Revisited, and his newest book Beyond the E-Myth. Michael gives some fantastic insight into what it takes to create a truly great (and successful) business. He emphasizes the importance of a solid foundation, and of creating something with the potential for success rather than trying to fix something that’s broken.

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Cultivating a Beginner’s Mind and Understanding Your Industry: Jeffrey Hayzlett

Jeffrey Hayzlett has been a guest celebrity judge on Celebrity Apprentice for three seasons, and is a primetime TV and podcast host. In today’s episode, he shares his knowledge about identifying your industry, understanding your priorities, and much more.