Daniel Harmon talks with Tim Schmoyer, a YouTube-certified audience growth consultant and video strategist to 500,000 different creators and brands. Hear how Tim changes lives by sharing powerful stories and how he’s helped companies like Disney, HBO, and eBay do the same. Show Notes
Diane Strutner: This Is What Your Team Should Look Like
Daniel Harmon talks with Diane Strutner, CEO and Co-founder of Datazoom. Find out how Diane discovered a gap in video technology and quit her job to build a company to address it. You’ll also hear her advice on female leadership in a male-dominated field, what unique thing she did when she created her team, and more. Show Notes
Daniel Harmon talks with seventh-generation entrepreneur and New York Times best-selling author Jay Baer. Hear how Jay went from working in waste management to being a Hall of Fame keynote speaker, his advice on creating content that gets people talking, and more.
Kevin Harrington: The Invention of the Infomercial
Daniel Harmon chats with Kevin Harrington, the original “shark” of ABC’s Shark Tank, and the founder of AsSeenOnTV.com. Hear the story of how Kevin invented the infomercial in 1984, his formula for creating successful infomercials, and more.
Daniel Harmon sits down with video marketing expert and author of YouTube Secrets, Sean Cannell. Hear the story behind his channel Think Media, his unique path to entrepreneurship, and advice from someone who's been in the game since the beginning.
Matt Silverman: Surviving the Social Media Evolution
Benton Crane sits down with Daily Dot video director and FREE DAD VIDEOS creator Matt Silverman. Learn about how Matt finds niche stories and crafts them for a wide audience, his thoughts on Facebook as a digital marketing platform, and more.
On this episode, Benton Crane and Daniel Harmon are joined by expert marketer and “Sharkpreneur” host Seth Greene. Learn about how Seth creates systems that scale the creative process as well as his strategy for building successful teams, the life-saving importance of marketing, and more.
On this episode, Josh Felber—business podcaster, family man, and serial entrepreneur—joins Daniel Harmon to talk about facing rejection, building a business, starting a podcast, integrating entrepreneurship with family, and more.
On this episode, Goldie Chan, the green-haired “Oprah of LinkedIn,” joins Daniel Harmon to talk about her recent experiences and peculiar successes in creating a community and building a brand through video on LinkedIn.
Through collaborations, horrible mistakes, hours of practice, and incredible talent, Peter is now a successful entrepreneur with insights into the pluses and minuses of different social platforms and how to get the most out of them.
Join hosts Daniel Harmon, CCO at Harmon Brothers, and Benton Crane, CEO, with our guest, Jordan Page—creator of the wildly successful blog Fun Cheap or Free—who used transparency and honesty to develop her brand and turn her "crappy situation" into a seven figure business.
From college freshman making sales on a one-page website, to the digital marketing expert he is today, Ryan shares his insights on his biggest mistakes, why success makes you fat, and how to network as an introvert.
Todd Herman, who works with professional athletes from a wide range of sports to help them master their mental-game, mentally and emotionally, discusses the Alter Ego Effect and how it can literally change the game for anyone who understands its power.
Sarah is a master at creating inspiring video content and started her journey when she was only 19. Her first job was in customer support for a startup, but Sarah quickly expanded her role and started doing video for the company. Today, Sarah has mastered viral content creation and teaches others to do the same.