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eCommerce person of the year, Julie Mathers, on how she’s built a $15M empire in just 5-years | #488

Flora & Fauna founder Julie Mathers takes us inside the largest (and quite possibly) the fastest growing 100% Vegan store in the world | This week’s Monster Prize Draw winner has sold millions of dollars (in part thanks to this show) of something I’d never consider buying | And I’ve got some very exciting news about an upcoming guest two initials … SG!

How to get a meeting with anyone with Wall Street Journal cartoonist Stu Heinecke

How to get a meeting with anyone – Insights from Wall Street Journal cartoonist Stu Heinecke (his process is mind-blowing!) | #482

Wall Street Journal cartoonist and the father of contact marketing, Stu Heinecke on how you can get a meeting with absolutely anyone | This week’s Monster Prize Draw winner has has seen a 40% increase in revenues | News on next week’s guest who’s an ex-teacher turned product development expert

KeepCup creator Abigail Forsyth on building a business around reusing (not recycling)| #480

KeepCup founder Abigail Forsyth takes us behind-the-scenes of the brand she created back in 2009 when she was just a simple inner-Melbourne cafe owner | Another motivated listener wins big in this week’s Monster Prize Draw | I’ll let you in on next week’s guest, who amongst other amazing achievements, attended Michael Jackson’s 40th birthday at his Neverland home.

Cooper Silk, fellow podcaster and recent attendee of the world’s biggest podcast event Podcast Movement in Orlando Florida, talks podcasting best practice

Podcasting tips for 2020 and beyond with RadioHub founder Cooper Silk | #479

Cooper Silk, fellow podcaster and recent attendee of the world’s biggest podcast event Podcast Movement in Orlando Florida, talks podcasting best practice | This week’s Monster Prize Draw winner has implemented ideas from this show which have enabled her to make more money working four hours a week than she was when working 24-hours a week! | News on next week’s guest who’s saving the world one coffee cup at a time