Entrepreneurship can be lonely. We provide mentors and a community of leaders that make it easier for you to discuss the barriers in your business and receive the advice needed to achieve your goals. We work with you to determine pain points and frustrations, and then build a 3-day mentorship schedule that will help you solve problems, discuss strategy, create partnerships, identify flaws, and take action towards growth and improvement.
Past Mentors Include
Tim Ferriss has been listed as one of Fast Company’s “Most Innovative Business People,” one of Forbes’s “Names You Need to Know,” and one of Fortune’s “40 under 40.” He is an early-stage technology investor/advisor (Uber, Facebook, Shopify, Duolingo, Alibaba, and 50+ others) and the author of four #1 New York Times and Wall Street Journal bestsellers, including The 4-Hour Workweek and his latest, Tools of Titans: The Tactics, Routines, and Habits of Billionaires, Icons, and World-Class Performers. The Observer and other media have called Tim “the Oprah of audio” due to the influence of The Tim Ferriss Show podcast, which has exceeded 100 million downloads and has been selected for “Best of iTunes” three years running.
Noah Kagan was #30 at Facebook, #4 at Mint.com, and is the Chief Sumo (founder) at Sumo.com, which offers free tools to help grow website traffic. He’s also created four separate products that have generated more than 7 figures. All before he was 29.
Chris O’Neill is a technology industry leader with decades of experience building and growing successful products, brands and teams. Currently CEO of Evernote, he is tackling the challenge of turning a beloved globally recognized brand into a productivity powerhouse beyond its already sizeable 220M member base. Prior to Evernote, Chris held a variety of executive-level roles at Google. As managing director of Google Canada, he oversaw all aspects of Google’s operations in Canada and served on the Americas’ Executive Management Group. Under his leadership, Google Canada tripled its business and team, and was consistently recognized as the #1 Best Place to Work and the most innovative brand in Canada.
Keri Potts has been senior director, communications for college sports, in ESPN’s communications department since April 2013, after taking on the unit in 2010 as director. She is responsible for coordinating and guiding the strategic communications efforts around all college sports event and studio content, including the SEC Network, college football and the College Football Playoff, men’s and women’s basketball, NCAA Championships including the NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament, all other college sports, ESPNU, Longhorn Network, ESPN Events’ collegiate offerings and related content and businesses. She is based in Atlanta.
Jason Feifer is Editor in Chief of Entrepreneur Magazine. He was previously an editor at Fast Company, Men’s Health, Maxim, and Boston, and has written for New York, ESPN, Slate, GQ, New York Times, Washington Post, The Guardian, and others.
Adam Bornstein is the founder and CEO of Born Fitness and Pen Name consulting agency. He is a New York Times best-selling author and an award-winning fitness and nutrition writer and editor. Bornstein was formerly the editorial director for Livestrong.com and fitness editor for Men’s Health.
Sandra manages an award-winning, global, integrated marketing and digital, communications agency. She has built partnerships and worked with a number of the most highly-regarded brands in the world, including Adidas, Reebok, Coca-Cola, Oakley, UGG Australia, CCM, Red Bull, ESPN, Nautica, Paris Saint-Germain, and the United States Olympic Committee — just to name a few. Sandra oversees a team that manages integrated marketing, digital, PR, social media, experiential, sponsorship exploitation, thought leadership, and partnerships.
Dev is the CEO of Powered by Search, a company that has helped some of the world’s largest brands accelerate their digital marketing performance while generating millions of dollars of value for them. Clients include FedEx, RE/MAX, Rogers, Primus, Bank of Montreal, Allstate, Whirlpool, Belairdirect, Phillips, Valvoline, Public Storage, and Intercontinental Hotels Group (among many). Since 2009, he’s grown the Powered by Search into a multi-million dollar digital marketing agency, recognized as one of Canada’s top growth companies in the PROFIT Hot50 and on the Branham300 awards.
Mark Manson is an author, blogger and internet entrepreneur. He is best-known for his irreverent style of no-bullshit personal development advice and viral dominance on social media. His runaway bestselling book ‘The Subtle Art of Not Giving a Fuck’ sold over 1 million copies in its first year and is currently the bestselling book of all-time on Audible. Mark’s popular blog, markmanson.net, is read by millions of readers each month. Since the blog’s inception, Mark has generated over $3 million in revenue through promoting his own ebooks, online courses and consulting. In 2016, he was one of the first bloggers to ever launch a paywall for his content.
Jason Harris is President and CEO of Mekanism, a recognized top 50 global creative agency based in San Francisco and New York that specializes in innovative marketing campaigns. The company has been profiled by the Harvard Business School, The New York Times and ABC’s NIGHTLINE.
Brendan Gahan is founder of Epic Signal, and works with Fortune 500 brands on their YouTube influencer and community building campaigns. Gahan is on the advisory board for Vidcon, the largest YouTube gathering, he was named Forbes 30 Under 30 in Marketing & Advertising, and was invited to the White House as one of the nation’s youth leaders to advise on how to get the word out about the Affordable Care Act.
Nathan Barry is the founder and CEO of ConvertKit, an email marketing company for professional bloggers. ConvertKit has over 10,000 customers and was named as one of the fastest growing new web applications in 2016. Before starting ConvertKit he published three books on software design and marketing. Outside of work Nathan spends his time playing soccer, woodworking, and chasing after his two little boys.
Laura Roeder is the founder of Edgar, a social media automation tool designed to prevent status updates from going to waste. Since 2009, her online courses have taught tens of thousands of entrepreneurs how to harness the power of social media. Laura has given talks at conferences like BlogHer and South by Southwest, and has spoken about the value of independent entrepreneurship at the White House. She’s also appeared in Forbes, Fast Company, Mashable, CNET, and other major publications
I’m a 25-year-old, serial entrepreneur and CEO of MVMT based out of Los Angeles, CA. Starting my first business at the age of 16 and dropping out of college at 19. I’ve grown three E-commerce brands from start-up to profitability generating millions in revenue. I found my passion for e-commerce and building brands at an early age. So for the last decade, I’ve dedicated myself to business and building global brands. With over 1,000,000 watches sold to customers in 160+ countries around the world, MVMT has solidified itself as the world’s fastest growing watch company.
Sam Parr is the founder of The Hustle, one of America’s fastest growing media companies. Each month over 10 million young people refer to The Hustle to get the business news they need to start their day. Sam is also the founder of Hustle Con — A one-day startup conference where the best non-technical startup founders tell the stories, tactics, and tips they used to start and grow their startup.
Isaiah Kacyvenski is an entrepreneur and investor who spent 8 years playing in the NFL and holds two degrees from Harvard University. Kacyvenski is currently the Co-Founder and Managing Director of the Sports Innovation Lab, a leading market research and advisory firm delivering insights on the intersection of sports and technology. Isaiah holds a Cum Laude Bachelor degree in Pre-Medicine from Harvard University and an MBA from Harvard Business School. Isaiah is deeply involved with the long-term $100 Million Football Players Health Study at Harvard University, serving both as Player Advisor at Harvard Medical School and a Law and Ethics Advisory Panel Member at Harvard Law School. Isaiah is also a member of the NFLPA Health and Safety Committee, where he has served for over 4 years.
Josh Payne is an entrepreneur, investor and startup advisor. He is currently the CEO & Founder of StackCommerce, the leading native commerce platform helping online publishers monetize and engage through the integration of content + commerce. Prior to founding StackCommerce, Josh managed business development for several leading Internet & technology pioneers including Yahoo!, Meebo (acquired by Google), and Intel. Previously, Josh was an investor in early stage technology companies as a venture capital associate at Aurora Funds. Josh earned his MBA from Duke and his bachelor’s degree in Computer Information Systems from Indiana University. He is a member of Young President’s Organization (YPO) Bel-Air Chapter and was named a 2017 Finalist for EY Entrepreneur of the Year for Greater Los Angeles.
Brian Clark is a serial entrepreneur and the CEO of Rainmaker Digital, the company behind Copyblogger, StudioPress, and the Rainmaker Platform. Clark’s other projects include the personal development newsletter Further, and Unemployable, a resource that provides smart strategies for freelancing, consultants, coaches and entrepreneurs.
David Wilkie is CEO of World 50, a private community for top executives across a number of disciplines. He has worked previously as a president and vice president of Hess Microgen and as managing director of Fluid.