November 25th, 2019 | Season 5 | 1 hr 14 mins
coaching, entrepreneur, how to think about money, millionaire stories
Mario Nawfal, the CEO and Founder of International Blockchain Consulting (IBC), talks about investing in innovation.
Emphasizing the importance of getting things right, Mario discusses how to mitigate or lessen the risk by dipping your toes in the water to see if it will pay off in time.
May 26th, 2019 | Season 3 | 28 mins 13 secs
finance, how to think about money, life lessons, market research
Chandini Jain is the CEO and founder of Auquan, a platform that provides Machine Learning solutions for big finance.
Chandini recounts her lessons from trading and tech world and raising finance.
August 6th, 2018 | Season 1 | 33 mins 41 secs
hitman, how to think about money, india, life, life lessons, travel
This is the conversation I had with a hitman living in India about his life. We discuss the story of how he came to be a hitman and what his life is really like.
It is certainly very different to what you see in the movies and be prepared for some big insights.
February 2nd, 2018 | Season 1 | 51 mins 38 secs
advisor, ai, how to think about money, make more money, millionaire stories
Eamonn is an early stage investor, advisor and board member in over 25 companies across the US, Europe and Asia.
We discuss all things startup, investment, biz accelerators and VC with great advice on things like finding the right people to work with and not letting investors ruin a good idea.
December 17th, 2017 | Season 1 | 49 mins 13 secs
advertising, airbnb, ebay, friends, how to think about money, prostitutes, startup stories, uber
Theo Ricketts is the founder of Postary, a platform for sending personalised marketing postcards in minutes.
In this episode, we discuss our ideas ranging from the ground-breakingly innovative to debatably legal and mostly chaotic. We lay bare the disasters, successes, and discoveries we had along the way.
Since kids, Sam and Theo have found ways to make money. They also discuss various projects they ran in the advertising, e-commerce, travel and sex industries as well as ways to live in London for free and get paid to go on holiday.