Many of us have a secret desire to make a living by following our passions, but not all of us have a passion quite like Vanessa Van Edwards’.
All right, if you are enjoying these episodes, please do take the time to leave us a review on i Tunes, Stitcher, Sound Cloud, Spotify. Please do them a favor and pass this podcast along. Nathan: So the first question that I ask for everyone that comes on is, how’d you get your job? And basically, it’s an excuse for me to ask invasively personal questions for my own amusement. I’ve read lots of research, I was doing a lot of science journalism before I started Science Of People. But before that, I was running passive income businesses.
It gives them the heads up that there is some good stuff there for them and they can learn from some of the greatest entrepreneurs of our generation. And I wondered, all these researchers spend years and years doing this research and they publish 20-page papers that get read by–if they’re lucky–100 people. So when I started the science of business, I was…I knew exactly the formula I needed to make it work, I just had to test out the niche. Vanessa: So when I was in college…my parents are both lawyers, bless their hearts.
Nathan: Hello and welcome to another episode of the “Foundr” podcast, guys.
My name’s Nathan Chan and I’m the CEO and publisher of “Foundr Magazine” and also the host of the “Foundr” podcast.
When I walk into a room and I don’t know anybody, that’s actually really difficult for me to kind of…you know, you feel uncomfortable not knowing who to speak to, if you don’t know anyone in the room. I’m really, really excited for the direction that we’ve taken in the business and we’re scaling up premium content.
What do you do, how do you work it, how do you make sure you make the right connections with the right people? We’ve surveyed you guys, you’ve let us know that one of your biggest problems is, a lot of you haven’t started a business yet and we want to solve that problem.
Hope you’re all having a wonderful day, evening, afternoon, good night, good morning wherever you’re listening to this podcast.
I just wanted to say thank you so much for your time, attention and just sharing your earbuds with me. Her name is Vanessa Van Edwards and she’s the master of, just–I guess you could say–body language, conversations, really understanding people for the most part.
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