RS033: Why The End of Jobs is Great News for You as an Entrepreneur

Today Dave and Craig catch up with bestselling author Taylor Pearson to discuss the topic of his new book, The End of Jobs.  They dig into all aspects of the changes in the new global “sharing” economy and what that may mean to new entrepreneurs, parents, and anyone who’s looking to stay ahead of the […]

RS028: Kicking Ass as an Entrepreneur

Today Dave and I are talking all about 7 things you can do to start Kicking Ass as an Entrepreneur.  As we all know this is a long and sometimes very challenging road…but it doesn’t always have to be. Taking the lead from a video by Derek Halpern of Social Triggers, Dave and I dig […]

RS027: Brad Touesnard on Building a WordPress Empire

On this episode of the Rogue Startups Podcast we welcome fellow WordPress guru Brad Touesnard to the show.  Brad is founder of the custom web application firm Delicious Brains, co-host of the Apply Filters Podcast, and owner of WP Migrate DB Pro.  As Brad discusses he has always leaned towards entrepreneurship as a path in […]

RS023: Perseverance with Anders Pedersen of TimeBlock

Welcome to Episode 23 of the Rogue Startups Podcast.  Today Dave and I welcome Anders Pedersen of TimeBlock.  Going along with the theme of the uber popular Zen Founder podcast and talking about origin themes of founders, we wanted to share a really special one with you today. Anders has a marked past of managing […]

RS012: Watch Your Assets!

This week Dave and I sit down for a chat about building the Assets and minimizing the Liabilities in your business.  As with regular business, in the bootstrapped entrepreneurial space Assets are things that give you either more time or more money.  Conversely, Liabilities are things that consume unproductive time in your day or cost […]

RS011: What Is Your One Thing?

Welcome to Episode of the Rogue Startups Podcast. This week Dave discusses his top take-aways from Microconf, a popular “self funded” conference held every April to connect founders who are creating online businesses and doing it with non-typical startup funding methods. Dave’s top topics include a talk from Steli from Close.io on pursuing the deal […]

RS003: Dave Rodenbaugh on SupportVine, Buying Websites, and Outsourcing Development

Sit down and prepare yourself for a massive knowledge bomb!  This week I sit down for a really fantastic conversation with startup founder Dave Rodenbaugh.  With extensive experience in Java development for companies as large as NBC, Dave has been strategically moving his focus towards building his portfolio of web properties.  In the conversation today […]