Stories Of The Influencer Economy: Ryno Lab / Mental Health / Entrepreneurs / Creativity

Sinopse

The Ryno Lab: Stories From The Influencer Economy with Ryan Williams explores the world of start-up business, social media, technology and people building revolutionary ideas online. Listeners can learn from guests who make-up the elite class of influencers, a group comprised of creators, entrepreneurs, technologists and writers. The Influencer Economy unlocks secrets that reveal how to successfully launch your business or product to the world. Guests include Willie Geist, Jonah Keri, Alan Sepinwall, Veronica Belmont, Brad Feld, Derek Sivers, Freddie Wong, Sarah Weichell, & Anthony Saleh.You dont need to go to business school. You dont need a Harvard degree. You dont need to know celebrities. And you dont need to have a lot of money. You need to learn from the leaders of the modern business era in Stories From The Influencer Economy. Ryan Williams is a writer, entrepreneur and marketer living in Los Angeles.

Episódios

  • Unf*cked with Ryan J. Williams Trailer

    Unf*cked with Ryan J. Williams Trailer

    31/12/2019 Duração: 03min

    Unf*cked with Ryan J. Williams is a podcast to help your your life, your business, and your soul get unf*cked. Tune into and heal your work/life balance, go deeper in your relationships, and increase your productivity with the author of The Influencer Economy, former stand-comedian, and international business speaker, Ryan J. Williams. The podcast is coming in 2020! Sign-up for emails about how to get unf*cked on Ryan J. Williams Influencer Economy website: https://www.influencereconomy.com/ Read the Influencer Economy book, written by Ryan J. Williams: http://theinfluencerbook.com/ RSVP to our next live podcast event in Los Angeles on February 13th, 2020. https://generalassemb.ly/education/unstuck-deconstruct-your-business-marketing-and-branding-narratives/los-angeles/101229 Featuring conversations with NY Times best-selling authors, Emmy award winning creators, Oscar nominated writers, and experts in how to heal the universe. Featuring lessons and actions on empathy, compassion, and self-reflection for you

  • Paul Jarvis On Happiness in Business  Running A Company Of One

    Paul Jarvis On Happiness in Business & Running A Company Of One

    31/01/2019 Duração: 31min

    Paul Jarvis is the author of Company of One: Why Staying Small Is the Next Big Thing for Business. What is the key to success in business was to work for yourself, book your own work hours, while becoming profitable at the same time? If you want to listen to our archives, click here! Paul is a software designer, author, online course developer, and even worked with Shaquille O'Neal to develop one of Shaq's first websites. he's worked for himself for 20 years. He doesn't work 80 hour weeks to make tons of money. He works hard on the right things, at the right time, to control his own schedule.  In this episode we talk about: Finding purpose with how we make money Why we need to generate profits now and can worry about projected growth later How working for yourself can provide you more freedom to do what you want Why growth hacking is a stupid term and doesn't work for everyone's company  Read Paul's book, Company of One Paul's website is here.

  • Playing the Long Game in Life with a Bold Vision (Chapter 1 of the Influencer Economy)

    Playing the Long Game in Life with a Bold Vision (Chapter 1 of the Influencer Economy)

    05/12/2018 Duração: 22min

    Want to listen to a FREE chapter of my book: How to launch your idea, share it with the world, and thrive in the digital age: In The Influencer Economy? I'm excited to announce that my book is now available on Audible, click here to check it out! You can also buy it on Amazon, click here. To celebrate I'm giving you a free chapter during this episode.  We will outline the bold vision of the book, and the platform that got me to this point. I want to thank you the listener for all the support, and feel free to leave an honest iTunes review here! The book's framework is: Step 1: Launch Chapter 1: Craft a Big Vision Chapter 2: Pick Your Platform Chapter 3: Book Your Own Gigs—The Jay Z Effect Chapter 4: Adopt New Technology Early and Often Step 2: Share Chapter 5: Strive for Authenticity Chapter 6: Collaborate Chapter 7: Capture Lightning in a Bottle Step 3: Thrive Chapter 8: Open Doors for Others Chapter 9: Meet People In Real Life (IRL) Chapter 10: Give Your Community Ownership

  • A Painfully Honest Field Guide to Launching a Business

    A Painfully Honest Field Guide to Launching a Business

    15/11/2018 Duração: 29min

    Rand Fishkin, the founder and former CEO of Moz, tells the secrets and tricks about how traditional Silicon Valley "wisdom" leads far too many companies to struggle. Did you know only 5% of startup businesses make it?  95% of startups fail, lose money, and never succeed. But if you read any book about Silicon Valley, entrepreneurs will glamorize the highs and ignore the lows.  I hate the word hustle and grind, and it's refreshing to see people like Rand tell the truth about how startups can actually succeed. Buy Rand's book: Lost and Founder: A Painfully Honest Field Guide to Launching a Business.

  • Collaborating with Cultural Icons and Tomorrows Leaders with Roman Tsunder

    Collaborating with Cultural Icons and Tomorrow's Leaders with Roman Tsunder

    09/10/2018 Duração: 25min

    Roman Tsunder is the CEO and Founder of the membership communities of WORLDZ and PTTOW! He wants his company to save the world. He thinks you should include that mission into your business too. In this episode he tells an epic story about how he booked the Dalai Lama at one of the first PTTOW! events.  Listen to our podcast archives with guests like Seth Godin, Brian Koppelman and Troy Carter: http://www.influencereconomy.com/ Roman brings together influential minds and brands in the world with the goal of shaping the future of culture.  WORLDZ is a global summit and community of leaders and dreamers.  More info:http://worldz.us/ Follow Roman: https://twitter.com/romantsun  

  • Entrepreneurial You: Monetize Your Expertise and Thrive with Dorie Clark

    Entrepreneurial You: Monetize Your Expertise and Thrive with Dorie Clark

    13/06/2018 Duração: 40min

    Dorie Clark, a successful entrepreneur and author, has done it all. And in Entrepreneurial You she provides a blueprint for professional independence, with insights and advice on building your brand, monetizing your expertise, and extending your reach and impact online. Her site: https://dorieclark.com/ Sign-up for our FREE email newsletter for 99 actions to grow influence for your business and life: http://www.influencereconomy.com/  

  • Seth Godin on How to Do Work That Matters (Best of)

    Seth Godin on How to Do Work That Matters (Best of)

    05/06/2018 Duração: 45min

    Seth Godin is a best-selling author of books like Linchpin, The Dip, and Tribes. You can find his work here: https://seths.blog/ The Influencer Economy hosted by Ryan Williams includes rare interviews with best-selling authors, Oscar nominated filmmakers, and business leaders in the new economy. For a free download of 99 Actions to Grow Your Influence. Click here: http://influencereconomy.com/  

  • How to Build a Thriving Community 117 | David Spinks

    How to Build a Thriving Community 117 | David Spinks

    02/05/2018 Duração: 37min

    David Spinks delivers a master class on how to build amazing, loyal, and collaborative communities. I get a lot of questions from listeners asking "do I build a community first, and then a product," or "do I build a product and then find a community." David votes for community first, and we dive deep into that. Listen to all our archives with authors like Seth Godin, Dan Ariely, Brad Feld, YouTubers like Franchesca Ramsey or Freddie Wong: http://www.influencereconomy.com The 4 steps in community engagement are: 1. Identity The member’s identity aligns with the identity of the community. 2. Trust The member develops trust in other members and in the community as a whole. 3. Participation The member takes action to participate in the community. 4. Reward The member gets value from their participation and wants to experience it again.

  • From Quitting Your 9-5 in Front of 10,000 people to Helping Others Make Millions | 116 | Nicole Walters

    From Quitting Your 9-5 in Front of 10,000 people to Helping Others Make Millions | 116 | Nicole Walters

    04/04/2018 Duração: 36min

    Nicole Walters calls herself a "hot mess." She once quit her high power insurance job via a livestream, with 10,000 people watching. She now helps others "monetize thyselves" and has some epic stories to share.   Influencer Economy: http://www.influencereconomy.com/ryan-williams-storytelling/ Nicole Walters: http://www.nicolewalters.tv/  

  • Noah Kagan How to Influence, Grow and Thrive with Sumo.com Founder / 115

    Noah Kagan How to Influence, Grow and Thrive with Sumo.com Founder / 115

    05/03/2018 Duração: 01h19min

    Noah Kagan is the anti-guru guru. He has a wealth of marketing and business advice, as founder of Sumo.com. Noah Kagan shares how he has deal with depression, what it take to build a winning team, and how to thrive in a high pressured environments. Listen to all 100 episodes of our Influencer podcast: http://www.influencereconomy.com/  

  • Why Everything You Know About Success Is (Mostly) Wrong with Eric Barker

    Why Everything You Know About Success Is (Mostly) Wrong with Eric Barker

    23/01/2018 Duração: 49min

    Eric Barker (@bakadesuyo) is the best-selling author of Barking up the Wrong Tree: Surprising Science Behind Why Everything You Know About Success Is (Mostly) Wrong. Eric is like a myth busters for conventional wisdom and science. Influencer Economy Quick Hits: How your biggest weakness might actually be your greatest strength How Navy SEALs find grit and self-talk their way to success How our negative qualities can be used to help us succeed The 4 pillars of work life balance How 20 minutes of expressive writing can help us sleep better Why it's NOT who you know, it's WHO knows you Why self-compassion beats self-confidence How deliberate practice helps you to become an expert f f  Eric Barker's book: https://www.amazon.com/Barking-Wrong-Tree-Surprising-Everything/dp/0062416049/?tag=spacforrent-20 Listen to our 100+ podcast archives on our site: http://www.influencereconomy.com/

  • 10 Ways to Have Better Conversations with Celeste Headlee (Episode 114)

    10 Ways to Have Better Conversations with Celeste Headlee (Episode 114)

    19/12/2017 Duração: 34min

    Celeste Headlee (@CelesteHeadlee) is a best-selling author & her TED Talks have been viewed over 10 Million times. We talk about how to: Master the art and science of conversation Become a better active listener How simple questions give us complex answers Avoid using email to communicate Use small talk to make us happier Find Celeste Headlee at her website: http://www.celesteheadlee.com/  

  • 113: Rockstar Turned Tech Investor D.A. Wallach on Career Pivots, Social Media Music,  Biotech

    113: Rockstar Turned Tech Investor D.A. Wallach on Career Pivots, Social Media Music, & Biotech

    12/09/2017 Duração: 55min

    Imagine that you're fresh out of college, touring with your rock band, and you meet Puff Daddy at backstage at your show. Sounds surreal, right? Well that what is what happened to D.A. Wallach. After graduating from Harvard, he toured the country with his rock band Chester French. And the likes of Puff Daddy showed up at his shows.   Years later, D.A. has become a bio tech investor. He's pivoted his career many times. Chester French was a rock band like the Beatles, with a sensbility and style of Outkast.   If you like Ryan Williams' podcast, please leave an honest review on iTunes! https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/influencer-economy-ryan-williams/id820744212?mt=2   As a freshman at Harvard in 2003, D.A. joined the band Chester French as its lead singer. Coincidentally, Mark Zuckerberg was also at Harvard that year. Lucky for D.A. he was one of the first 2,000 users of Facebook. D.A. and his band road the first wave of social media. D.A. explains that an early adopter, his band's use of Facebook, MySpace

  • 112: Noah Kagan Working Through Depression and Becoming More Productive

    112: Noah Kagan Working Through Depression and Becoming More Productive

    16/08/2017 Duração: 23min

    Noah Kagan (@NoahKagan) was employee #30 at Facebook and employee #4 at Mint.com, and the founder of Sumo.com and AppSumo. He's a superstar in the world of tech and entrepreneurship. He also hosts the podcast Noah Kagan Presents. He's done a lot in his life, and you'd think everything was rosy with his career. Based on his resume, you'd think that it's all been rainbows and unicorns for Noah. But you're wrong.   But like me, Noah has experienced bouts of depression in his life.    We're not just talking about having a bad day, or even a tough week. We are talking about consistently thinking about bad things for years. We talked about our own techniques for dealing with depression. He's also got some great techniques to help improve your mental productivity.   Influencer Economy Quick Hits: How to use mental productivity to increase your energy How to find an accountability buddy who is always in a good mood to help-out How finding a mind coach helps you change your negative perceptions How to manager your

  • 111: Court Coursey on Lessons from a Serial Entrepreneur

    111: Court Coursey on Lessons from a Serial Entrepreneur

    26/07/2017 Duração: 35min

    Court Coursey and I spoke during the week of the Milken Conference in Los Angeles, an event that brings around some the biggest name in corporate giving from around the world. Amazingly $20 Trillion dollars in wealth represented at the conference. Almost 1/4 of the world's wealth was at the conference. Court calls these types of conferences "aggregators" where you can book 6 months of meetings into one week. He held 54 meetings in a 4 day period.   SIGN-UP for our EMAIL list for a FREE Influencer Collaboration Handbook:  http://www.influencereconomy.com/ Court isn't just another guy who says they're a serial entrepreneur. He founded his first business at 14 years old and is the real deal. He started his first business to broker t-shirts for his local church basketball league. Decades later he still has that entrepreneurial fire, and has built a number of successful companies over the past 20 years. Court is now managing partner of TomorrowVentures, LLC, a Palo Alto-based investment firm that provides capital

  • 110: Building a Brand That People Will Love with Dorie Clark

    110: Building a Brand That People Will Love with Dorie Clark

    16/05/2017 Duração: 30min

    All of us have ideas. But how do we turn our idea into a brand that people will love? That's a question I get asked often and this week branding expert Dorie Clark shares her tips and secrets on how to stand out in the modern economy. In episode 110 of the podcast, we'll find out how to build a brand that people will love. We'll answer questions like:  How do we make our ideas pop and take off? What makes a brand that people love: How do we find influencers to champion our ideas on our behalf? Do good ideas always win? How do we get traction for our brand? Dorie Clark's Stand Out book: https://www.amazon.com/Stand-Out-Breakthrough-Following-Around/dp/1491552115 Dorie Clark is the author of "Reinventing You" (Harvard Business Review Press, 2013) and "Stand Out," which was named the #1 Leadership Book of 2015 by Inc. magazine. A former presidential campaign spokeswoman, she is a frequent contributor to the Harvard Business Review, Forbes, and Entrepreneur, and the World Economic Forum blog. Recognized as a "b

  • 109: Adam Grant on Giving With Purpose to Thrive in the New Economy (BEST OF)

    109: Adam Grant on Giving With Purpose to Thrive in the New Economy (BEST OF)

    07/04/2017 Duração: 24min

    My guest this week is Adam Grant, the author of the New York Times' best selling book:  "Give and Take:  A Revolutionary Approach to Success."  Adam is a professor at Wharton, and their highest rated teacher ever.  His research around giving and taking has revolutionized how people can achieve business success.  Listen to hear more about how "giving" actually helps everyone achieve more success in the long run. Signup for a free e-book on "how to launch your idea, collaborate with influencers and build a thriving business on our Influencer Economy website. http://www.influencereconomy.com/   Adam broke down with Ryan the three key styles in the work environment: 1) Giving 2) Taking 3) Matching.   Givers are the types of people who show-up early at work, mentor others, and stay late to help-out.  They give without expecting anything in return.  Takers are the types of people who "take" and look out for only themselves.  While matchers are the most common type of person at work.  Matchers have the philosophy

  • Conquering Depression and Overcoming OCD in business and life with Brad Feld

    Conquering Depression and Overcoming OCD in business and life with Brad Feld

    22/03/2017 Duração: 28min

    Brad Feld has had dark moments as an entrepreneur. He lives fast paced life as an entrepreneur and startup investor. Hailing from Boulder, Colorado, Brad has struggled with depression throughout his life. This episode he and I get real on the struggle that we go through when we're depressed. It's a truthful and honest chat into the world of depression and obsessive compulsive disorder OCD. How common is the issue of depression in the world of entrepreneurs? Well, it's more common than you think. In fact, struggling with depression as a someone who is starting a company is more likely than you'd realize. Why? Because being a founder or entrepreneur is a lonely job. It's also very intense, with highs and lows that are un-common to those working more corporate and stable jobs. Entrepreneurship is also a thrill. That's why we pursue the challenges involved. Brad Feld came on the podcast to chat about depression and his own bouts with it, and how he has fought through his own battles of obsessive compulsive disord

  • 107: The Real Truth on the Startup Dream  Negotiating for Equity (Coaching Session)

    107: The Real Truth on the Startup Dream & Negotiating for Equity (Coaching Session)

    17/03/2017 Duração: 19min

    I love the excitement behind startups, and how driven invested individuals can become. I also understand the failures involved in working for a startup. I lived it all - Whether it's negotiating hard for equity, understanding that 90% of startups fail and dealing with the stresses of startup work. This week I answer audience feedback questions, based on failures that I have had at startups.  I want you to learn how to negotiate and win at a startup. I have been burned by startups before. Whether it was losing money on stock or getting no stock at all, I've been burned.. This week you will hear a question from my my audience and I'm trying something new. I will spend the entire episode sharing my experiences, wins and losses to help answer your questions..I want to help you since you have helped me so much. This week you'll learn: How to negotiate equity at startup How much equity do you ask for  What happens if the company fails How much time should I allocate when I negotiate equity How to make money for pr

  • Entrepreneurs are Overrated, Become a 10% Entrepreneur w/ Patrick McGinnis

    Entrepreneurs are Overrated, Become a 10% Entrepreneur w/ Patrick McGinnis

    08/03/2017 Duração: 40min

    Patrick McGinnis, author of the 10% Entrepreneur asks the question: "Do you want to live your startup dream?" Patrick wrote the playbook on how to live your startup dream without quitting your day job. Entrepreneurship is overrated. In this episode Patrick teaches you how to invest just 10% of your time and resources, to become an entrepreneur you can keep a stable day job. And that is how the modern day startup founder finds a winning formula. If you want a FREE Influencer Economy Collaboration Workbook, Sign-up Here for 100 Actions and Lessons to Collaborate with Influencers: http://www.influencereconomy.com/ The dot com era is over. Startups are dead. Hedge your bets and only invest 10% of your time with startup ideas. The startup entrepreneur version of the "American Dream," is a myth. Launching a side project, side hustle or side business is the new startup. What we'll teach you about on this podcast episode:   The Five Types of 10% Entrepreneurs One Job Is Not Enough All the Benefits Without the Pitfal

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