On today’s episode of the EntreLeadership Podcast I interview Chris Gillebeau, author of The $100 Start Up.
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I also asked him some of your questions. Listen to see if yours made it. If it didn’t, it probably did in the extended interview that will be out next week.
12 thoughts on “Chris Gillebeau Interview”
Great way to start the day. Awesome interview. You can start a business with a great idea, and little money. There is no substitute for passion.
I loved this. So encouraging to just get out there and try! It’s so true: fear is likely one of the biggest reasons why we don’t try new things. I really enjoyed this interview, and the book is now on my wishlist! Hehe.
I’ve added it to my list as well!
“Stop thinking like a team member, start thinking like an entrepreneur”. Best….quote….ever.
Great episode, Chris! Been hoping to hear from Chris Gillebeau for quite some time. What an great and inspiring interview!
That was a great quote!
Chris – I enjoyed listening to your interview with Chris this morning while on the treadmill. Chris’ insights are so practical – little excuse for anyone not moving forward on their ideas.
Thanks, Dan! I thought of you also with this interview.
Awesome podcast….again! Listened to it twice yesterday!
“They love the cause a little more than they love you.” Loved that quote from Dave!
List Lady returns! (Or in this case I am wondering about so much that perhaps you should refer to me as Wonder Woman.)
1. I’ve been wondering for awhile how to pronounce “Guillebeau”.
2. I was wondering if you would ask him about applying for all those credit cards to get Frequent Flyer miles. Sounds as if he doesn’t think credit is a good thing for business, but he does teach how to use the credit card companies to be able to travel on the cheap. I’ve wanted to know what Dave would say about it!
3. He doesn’t talk about faith but I am wondering what drives a person like Chris G. to be so good and wise. What a mellow balanced guy he is – so sensible, so interesting, so generous.
4. It is so interesting to me when the sites/authors/bloggers that I follow and like turn out to know one another! (I always wonder how you all meet each other.)
4. Will you be posting a link to the podcast survey? I couldn’t find it and am dying to express my opinions (all good, no worries!)
Chris and Chris have provided such great value in this podcast! Chris G. has a wonderful ability to communicate simplicity with clarity.