Guy Kawasaki on Understanding the Math of Success

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Today’s guest on Hack the Entrepreneur popularized secular evangelism in 1983 when he worked with the Macintosh Division of Apple. He is currently the chief evangelist of Canva, an online (and easy-to-use) graphic design platform.

He is also the author of 13 books, including Art of the Start 2.0 and Enchantment.

His books are used by some of the finest academic institutions and have been New York Times and Wall Street Journal bestsellers.

He gives more than 50 keynote speeches a year on topics such as innovation, enchantment, social media, evangelism, and entrepreneurship. His clients include Apple, Nike, Audi, Google and Microsoft.

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How Pamela Wilson (VP of Educational Content for Copyblogger) Writes

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Award-winning designer and marketing consultant Pamela Wilson — who has helped small businesses and large organizations alike create 
”big brands” since 1987 — stopped by The Writer Files to chat about what it’s like to run the blog at Copyblogger.com and her mission to publish impeccable online content.

As head of the editorial team for Copyblogger Media, she helps guide an abundance of educational content for one of the top content marketing and copywriting sites in the world.

Pamela’s unique point of view comes from the marriage of design, branding, content, and conversion — something she has coined “Customer Experience Design.”

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How to Build a Business that Lets You Live the Life You Want

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Today’s guest on Hack the Entrepreneur is the founder of Design Pickle, a graphic design subscription service that offers unlimited requests and revisions for a monthly fee.

He is also a creative consultant at Digital and Disruptive, where he hosts workshops to help companies rapidly develop marketing or brand strategies.

He is a charitable guy and has been on the board of directors for the Alzheimer’s Association and is the co-founder of One Small Business, which provides entrepreneurial education for young people.

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The (Unfinished) Story of an Accidental Entrepreneur

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On this episode of No Sidebar with Brian Gardner, you’ll hear a story of one creative who followed his passion and built a company without a business plan.

In the journey of every person who wants to build a digital business, there comes a point when you need to make a decision. Usually that decision is surrounded by fear, and in some cases that fear can be crippling.

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Giovanni Gallucci on Images as Content and Understanding Usage Rights

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Giovanni Gallucci is one of the most generous people Technology Translated host Scott Ellis knows when it comes to sharing his knowledge, and he’s been teaching about image usage and optimization since 2008.

Giovanni is a successful social media consultant and practitioner, videographer, and photographer. He also has a knack for pushing the boundaries of SEO.

He stays on the “light side” of SEO, but by pushing the edges, he is able to find opportunities and gain advantages that most people don’t know about.

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The Intersection of Minimalism and Running a Successful Online Business

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Years ago, Courtney Carver was working a day job where she felt unsatisfied and was putting in too many hours.

It was affecting her life at home, as well as her health.

She decided to make some intentional decisions with her life — she turned to the fundamentals of minimalism, removed the unnecessary, and got down to business.

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