Beyond 8 Figures
Summary: Starting a business is hard. Scaling a business is even harder. And, exiting a business is harder still. So, why do some companies struggle to reach six figures while others scale to 7, 8, or 9 figures while achieving lucrative exits for its founders? Steve Olsher, Chairman & Founder of Liquor.com, real estate developer, New York Times bestselling author of What Is Your WHAT? and a 25+ year entrepreneur who has built four multimillion-dollar businesses from scratch is on a mission to identify the key differentiators that empower businesses to scale… and exit. To help on this journey, Steve and his co-hosts Mary Goulet and Richard Otey sit down with accomplished entrepreneurs who have ALL either exited for more than $10,000,000 or currently run businesses that exceed $10,000,000 in annual sales to share their proven methodologies, tactics, and strategies. We don't ask 'set' questions. We don't let our guests 'dodge' the details. This isn't your average, light or fluffy business show. We dig deep and ask the HARD questions others don't dare to ask so that YOU can start, scale or exit your business. If you love Gary Vaynerchuk and his fire; if you love Rachel Hollis and her teachings; if you love Lewis Howes and his passion; and, if you love Joe Rogan for his no-holds-barred style, this will be your go-to business podcast. Welcome to Beyond 8 Figures.
Chip Conley transformed inner-city motels into the second largest chain of boutique hotels and helped guide the Founders of AirBnB to create the world's most valuable lodging brand.
From a bedroom to a successful business, Sabri Suby shares the journey of scaling a marketing business from the ground up.
Immigrant Deca-millionaire Marx Acosta-Rubio lost everything, sold the business, then bought it all back and 3x'd his profits.
Sharran talks about the ability to grow by staying in your own lane, the power of kindness, and the strength of a good culture.
From bootstrapped to $30M exit…David Hauser shares the details of starting, scaling, and exiting Grasshopper.
Military vet Colin Wayne goes from high school dropout to running his own 8-figure business.
Steve Layton talks about how he grew Layton Groups, how they have pivoted, and how they continue to grow and innovate in the furniture industry through building and strengthening relationships.
Roland Frasier talks about business from an equity and acquisition standpoint and how thinking outside the box can bring success and fulfillment in the business world.
Antonio T. Smith, Jr. goes from dumpster living teen to highly-successful entrepreneur
Dan Kuschell talks about what he has learned over his 3+ decades in business and how he is applying those lessons to his current business.
Melissa Krivachek talks about the importance of relationships and fun in sales and doing the little things to show people that they matter.
Viki Winterton talks about holding fast to your integrity and your bliss in building and growing your businesses and never loosing yourself in the process.
Listen and find out what Mitch Russo learned as he grew Timeslips from a garage start-up of $10K to a 100 employee company that sold for $10.5 Mil.
Jonny Cooper discusses the importance of making yourself redundant in your business and allowing it to grow even outside yourself.
$4.5B Exit- Christopher Lochhead, Mercury Interactive