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This podcast will inspire you to take risks to increase happiness. Bootstrapped is a podcast about entrepreneurs who started companies with their own money and the lessons they learned. These people are among the most successful in the world. Success on this show is defined as happiness. These people make deliberate choices to optimize for happiness. Many are millionaires but that was never the goal. Most are chasing autonomy and freedom of time. If you’re an aspiring entrepreneur or someone who wants to take a risk and make a positive change in your life, listen to Bootstrapped. Go get it.

Latest Episodes

Ex-googler goes from cable guy to catching camera thieves - Trevor Sehrer, Lenstag

Trevor Sehrer founded Lenstag in 2013 to fight camera theft and he’s been recovering camera equipment ever since. His childhood was tough to put it lightly. He dropped out of high school and college and eventually ended up as a site reliability engineer at Google. He moved from his hometown Corvallis, Oregon to Silicon Valley. Trevor embodies the spirit of this show as he’s extremely humble, relentless and entrepreneurial. His ability to keep showing up despite adversity pushing back against him is why he’s successful. The takeaway from this episode is, keep showing up. Keep trying and you’ll get there. That’s the only thing that matters. Business Contact Info www.lenstag.com First recovery: https://petapixel.com/2014/03/31/exclusive-lenstag-recovers-first-item-stolen-lens-returned-happy-owner/

74 MIN2017 MAY 25
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Ex-googler goes from cable guy to catching camera thieves - Trevor Sehrer, Lenstag

Relationships, work & living in Mexico - Robert Graham, GrahamComm Speaker Training

Until around the age of 30, Robert Graham was wandering around the world in search of answers to life’s two big questions, relationship and work. In this episode we go through Robert’s journey and his strategy for finding those answers. Robert Graham is the founder of GrahamComm, presentation, sales and communication skills training. He’s fully optimized his life to maximize his happiness. He lives with his wife and daughters six months of the year in Mexico and and the other six months in Oakland. The takeaway from this episode is that you should create a vision for what you want your life to look like AND a plan to get there Business Contact Info grahamcomm.net

99 MIN2017 MAY 9
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Relationships, work & living in Mexico - Robert Graham, GrahamComm Speaker Training

Whole ass one thing instead of half assing many things - Sam Parr, The Hustle

Sam Parr has started both bootstrapepd and venture backed businesses. Sam’s one of those people who’s a born entrepreneur and from an early age he was starting companies and selling things. Having two parents who were entrepreneurs he thought that’s just how people get jobs, you start a business. We go through his businesses, personal finance strategy that supports his entrepreneur lifestyle, mental health strategy and what led to putting Tim Ferriss in the four hour headlock: https://www.instagram.com/p/BQj-vGHhzhL/ The takeaway from this episode is that you should whole ass one thing instead of half assing many things. Quotes from the episode “Made money my entire life selling things” “I bet I just made more money than that teacher” “I don’t like being told what to do” “Every single thing that we touch has to be awesome” “We’re only going to do a couple things but we’re going to make them all really, really cool” Business Contact Info Sign up for The Hustle email: ...

65 MIN2017 APR 25
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Whole ass one thing instead of half assing many things - Sam Parr, The Hustle

Latest Episodes

Ex-googler goes from cable guy to catching camera thieves - Trevor Sehrer, Lenstag

Trevor Sehrer founded Lenstag in 2013 to fight camera theft and he’s been recovering camera equipment ever since. His childhood was tough to put it lightly. He dropped out of high school and college and eventually ended up as a site reliability engineer at Google. He moved from his hometown Corvallis, Oregon to Silicon Valley. Trevor embodies the spirit of this show as he’s extremely humble, relentless and entrepreneurial. His ability to keep showing up despite adversity pushing back against him is why he’s successful. The takeaway from this episode is, keep showing up. Keep trying and you’ll get there. That’s the only thing that matters. Business Contact Info www.lenstag.com First recovery: https://petapixel.com/2014/03/31/exclusive-lenstag-recovers-first-item-stolen-lens-returned-happy-owner/

74 MIN2017 MAY 25
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Ex-googler goes from cable guy to catching camera thieves - Trevor Sehrer, Lenstag

Relationships, work & living in Mexico - Robert Graham, GrahamComm Speaker Training

Until around the age of 30, Robert Graham was wandering around the world in search of answers to life’s two big questions, relationship and work. In this episode we go through Robert’s journey and his strategy for finding those answers. Robert Graham is the founder of GrahamComm, presentation, sales and communication skills training. He’s fully optimized his life to maximize his happiness. He lives with his wife and daughters six months of the year in Mexico and and the other six months in Oakland. The takeaway from this episode is that you should create a vision for what you want your life to look like AND a plan to get there Business Contact Info grahamcomm.net

99 MIN2017 MAY 9
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Relationships, work & living in Mexico - Robert Graham, GrahamComm Speaker Training

Whole ass one thing instead of half assing many things - Sam Parr, The Hustle

Sam Parr has started both bootstrapepd and venture backed businesses. Sam’s one of those people who’s a born entrepreneur and from an early age he was starting companies and selling things. Having two parents who were entrepreneurs he thought that’s just how people get jobs, you start a business. We go through his businesses, personal finance strategy that supports his entrepreneur lifestyle, mental health strategy and what led to putting Tim Ferriss in the four hour headlock: https://www.instagram.com/p/BQj-vGHhzhL/ The takeaway from this episode is that you should whole ass one thing instead of half assing many things. Quotes from the episode “Made money my entire life selling things” “I bet I just made more money than that teacher” “I don’t like being told what to do” “Every single thing that we touch has to be awesome” “We’re only going to do a couple things but we’re going to make them all really, really cool” Business Contact Info Sign up for The Hustle email: ...

65 MIN2017 APR 25
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Whole ass one thing instead of half assing many things - Sam Parr, The Hustle

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