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Brennan Dunn of RightMessage


Today, I’m talking with Brennan Dunn, the Co-Founder of RightMessage, a SaaS startup that helps customers grow their list and sales faster by treating people like people. Brennan and I go back a ways to when I was getting into consulting and stumbled across his site,, which had a tremendous impact on me and my business. Not only did I learn how to build up a consulting...

Craig Hewitt of Castos


Today, I’m talking with Craig Hewitt, the Founder of both Castos, a company that provides beautifully simple podcast hosting, and PodcastMotor where they provide turnkey, end-to-end podcast editing and production services, and also the co-host of the RogueStartups Podcast. Craig was on this podcast almost 3 years ago and in the time since not only has his passion for podcasting grown, but so has...

Sujan Patel of Ramp Ventures


Today, I’m talking with Sujan Patel, the Co-founder of Ramp Ventures, the team behind Mailshake, RightInbox,, VoilaNorbert, Quuu,, and I’ve been fortunate to get to know Sujan since my first interview with him a couple of years ago, and he has made a huge impact on how I approach business. Whether it’s help with introductions, getting into the nitty gritty...

Andy Baldacci with SaberSim Update #2


Andy shares an update on what’s happening with his SaaS startup,
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First update on SaberSim

Henry Poydar of Status Hero


Today, I’m talking with Henry Poydar, the founder and CEO of Status Hero, a SaaS startup designed to sync up your team, unearth obstacles, inform stakeholders, and cut through all of the noise. It’s a tool used today in small startups as well as bigger companies like Adobe, Comcast, and Nike. Henry was one of the very first guests I had on the podcast more than two years back and when I started...

Kyle Racki of Proposify


Today, I’m talking with Kyle Racki, the Founder and CEO of Proposify and author of the new book, Free Trials and Tribulations: How to Build a Business While Getting Punched in the Mouth. Continuing the trend of recurring guests, Kyle first came on the podcast 2 years ago after Proposify went through a phase of hockey stick growth. In 2015, they went from $5k MRR to $75k and then they doubled in...