Anything goes in this episode where the guys talk the feeling of having "your thing," coffee, and Dillon inquisits about a new platform he's not building.
Jack Tompkins from Pineapple Consulting joins the program to discuss how to wrangle all your business' data and turn it into something useful using tools you may already have, like Excel and Tableau.
Dillon and Johnathan sit down with Lee LeFever of Commoncraft to discuss what it means to have a business that's "big enough" and the hidden value that comes from that status.
Joe Valley joins the program to discuss buying and selling businesses, mitigating the risk, buying versus building, and lots of fun stories along the way.
The guys discuss social media advertising, affiliate marketing, advertisement optimization, adversarial customers, direct mail, and more. In the bonus after-show, such high-quality topics such as AI, ham, coffee, pumpkin spice soap, fall, and candles are also discussed.
Dillon gives feedback on his first coffee order, the guys talk about managing large tasks and chunking them down, and Johnathan gets Dillon's input on selling to businesses.
Johnathan tells Dillon how the soft launch went, the guys talk about their keyboards for a bit, then find themselves back on the topic of Zapier in this 65-minute presentation.
Dillon and Johnathan talk about setting realistic goals and Johnathan recaps some of the things he's learned setting up a store using Shopify. They guys also talk about the new tech they love in this 85-minute presentation.
Chris Shipferling from Global Wired Advisors joins the program and gives Dillon a true nerd-out experience with Finance. Welcome to the Dillon show.
In the spiciest episode yet, Steven Pope joins the program and we talk Amazon, brand-building, and coffee creamer. Lots of coffee creamer.
Dillon and Johnathan are joined by Andrew Clark from Logistics Help to talk about logistics, processes, and getting your just-in-time groove on.
A long conversation about defaults, life automation, and the theory of truly optimizing your life as a founder in the second of two parts of this presentation.
A long conversation about defaults, life automation, and the theory of truly optimizing your life as a founder in the first of two parts of this presentation.
Dillon and Johnathan talk about remote versus in-person work environments. Amazon making seller addresses public is also discussed in this 62-minute presentation.
Chia from Brand24 joins us to talk about managing and observing your brand, watching your competitors, and understanding sentiment in the marketplace. Westworld also returns in this 57-minute presentation.
Dillon and Johnathan sit down with serial founder Carlos Alvarez. His first businesses, the mistakes he made along the way, and more are discussed in this ___-minute presentation.
The guys briefly discuss Airtable (again), follow-up on liquidation arbitrage, and then things promptly go off the rails from there.
Coaching, The Dunning-Kruger Effect, hacking and World of Warcraft, among other topics make an appearance in this 56-minute presentation.
Dillon and Johnathan talk about liquidation arbitrage, side hustles, horse racing, and other alt-money sources.
Westworld, daily routine algorithms, and defaults in life are featured in this 64-minute program filled with non-stop vocal noises.
The guys sit down with Jason Miles and Michael Veazey from The E-commerce Leader podcast to talk about building a strong brand beyond slapping a label on a box and calling it day, as well as building traffic to that brand when you're first starting out. As is typical, we detour. This time, into talking about coffee.
The guys recap some of the more interesting bits of Shopify Reunite, Dillon admits he's a robot, and Johnathan reminisces about 30-minute pizza delivery.
D & J sit down with Nathan Hirsch from OutsourceSchool to talk all things VAs, and Nathan makes quite a convincing case for building an outsourced team.
Dillon and Johnathan talk about how quality customer service is paramount to any successful business. Then they wander off into Keyboardland.
Dillon has a new project and the guys talk about Standard Operation Procedures.
D tells J about the wonders of running a business on an iPad, J gets chastised for clicking on things, and J somehow convinces dillon a Mac Mini is something he could have in his life.
D & J are joined by friend and e-commerce investor Don Henig from AccrueMe.com to discuss seller financing, why there's a better way to do it, and the benefits of taking an active interest in a business can yield more profits.
J takes D for a ride on the logistics train and digs into shipping, its variable costs, and the pay-off from putting in the work to figure it all out.
In the age of the Coronavirus, D & J discuss how businesses can still make their e-commerce presence powerful and what it means to "just be another brand on Amazon" versus building a reputation and standing alone.
Sometimes we find ourselves stuck. D & J talk about their feelings about burnout and how they handle it.
D & J end up in a rabbit hole filled with business terms and money. Also... bus driving?
Dillon & Johnathan introduce themselves.