Show notes for podcast episode 74. Hiring good employees is hard. Most service businesses grow to the workload capabilities of their owners and then stall.
Show notes from podcast episode 67. The first one started out by opening a single pizza restaurant with two friends in a small town in Ohio.
Show notes from Podcast Episode 66. Hey Nick it John from Vancouver. What are your thoughts on taking over a family business? I think if you
How to launch and build a videography business – applicable to any B2B service and most home services (ep 64)
Show notes from Podcast Episode 65. “Hey Nick this is Andy from Louisville KY and I’m a wedding videographer. I’m looking to expand into the corporate
Show notes from Podcast Episode 64 where Nick mentors a mobile car mechanic who just quit his job to start growing his young company on
Show notes from Sweaty Startup Podcast episode 63. An interview with Max Maher! The first episode with Max (ep 44) was a huge success and has
Entrepreneurship at a young age – what if I’m in high school or I have children and I want to encourage entrepreneurship? (ep 62)
Show notes from podcast episode 62. Maybe you’re in high school or younger. Maybe your child is in high school or younger. What steps can I
Are the big dogs trying to infiltrate the home service sector? How should we prepare for Amazon Home Services, Taskrabbit and Thumbtack?
Show notes for podcast episode 61. Question courtesy of Brandon in San Diego: My main concern is you mention the main benefit of service based businesses
Are you relocating soon or is the timing not right for you to start a business? Set up a business now that will be waiting for you when you’re ready. (ep 60)
Show notes from episode 60 of the podcast. The previous post about starting a business 100% remotely got me thinking about a common question I get all the time.
I started the Sweaty Startup in December of 2018 because I believe the Shark Tank and Tech Crunch culture is ruining the real spirit of low-risk entrepreneurship.