On today's episode, Shaan and Sam are joined by Anthony "Pomp" Pompliano. They talk about Pomp's background, the loneliness epidemic, the automation of the service industry, and the "Export Framework" of business generation.
On today's episode, Shaan and Sam are joined by Andrew Wilkinson, "The Warren Buffett of the Internet". They talk about why it's so much better to be Warren Buffett and not Elon Musk, how Andrew started a local newsletter that became bigger than his local newspaper, and what the guys would do to generate millions in a short period of time.
On today's episode, Shaan and Sam talk: Charter cities and planned communities, Wed Edens, the man investing billions in American trains, SPACs and the world of financial engineers, and building for the creator economy.
Shaan and Sam are joined by DTC brand founder, Craig Clemens. Craig talks about how he got his start, how to launch a new product, and a bunch of ideas for potential businesses.
Shaan and Sam dive into GPT-3, BNI, and an erotica newsletter. Sam also does an impromptu interview of Shaan.
Shaan and Sam talk about being a "wartime CEO", the business of meditation, Tai Lopez' acquisition of Pier One, and the Twitter hack.
Shaan and Sam talk about how Henry Ford started Ford with just $28k, a mask company netting $90k daily, and a mysterious 9-figure company.
Shaan and Sam are joined by former UFC star Ben Askren. Ben talks about his journey to becoming an MMA champion and his post career business endeavors.
Shaan and Sam discuss the world of car racks, a super profitable newsletter, and spying employers.
Shaan and Sam are joined by Abhishek Kumar Maurya, who built UberPro. They also ask, "How can you make millions in a couple of months?"
Shaan and Sam are joined by Greg Isenberg to discuss the multi-million dollar companies being created from the unbundling of Reddit.
Why the Washington Post is copying Amazon, how the Kochs got so rich and why you should bet on Snapchat.
Shaan Puri explains how he angel invested with no money and how he lost out on million.
How a punk-rocker raised $12m to sell canned water.