The Louis and Kyle Show
Kyle Bishop, Louis Shulman
Sharing tools for success in entrepreneurship, investing, self-education, and fitness through interviews with inspiring mentors.
Matt Redler: Founder of Panther HR - Unlocking the Global Labor Market & Raising $4 Million from VCs
Matt Redler is the Founder and CEO of Panther, a venture backed seed stage startup that is rolling up compliance, payroll, taxes, and benefits for globally distributed teams and making it easy to hire in any country in the world. Throughout this interview, we talk about the path forward for Panther, the collective economic and human benefit of unlocking the global workforce, asymmetric bets, raising millions of venture capital, entrepreneurship, and Matt's early startups.
3 days ago - 01:10:03
Mitko Karshovski: Launching Location Independent Entrepreneurial Careers Through Apprenticeships
Mitko Karshovski joins us from Varna, Bulgaria to share how and why he has been lived the remote life for the past few years. In this episode, Mitko walks us through how he achieved this lifestyle and what the unique benefits and challenges are. We also discuss what he teaches in his online business school, Parable, and what he has learned from hosting the "That Remote Life" podcast which has featured great guests like Phil Libin and Tynan.
9 days ago - 01:01:52
Grant McCarty: An Overachiever's Guide To Marketing, College Baseball, Education Startups, Public Policy, Test Prep, and Giving Back
PrepHQ CEO Grant McCarty shares strategies for finishing college in two years, how he's profitably helped underprivileged high school students accept $15 million in scholarships, tips for crushing marketing consulting gigs, the importance of structured days, and hypothetical policy changes to change the direction of a declining empire. Grant is a startup CEO, college athlete, and Carey Business Fellow at Johns Hopkins.
16 days ago - 01:11:33
Peter Voss: Artificial General Intelligence Fundamentals & The Impact It Will Have
AGI expert Peter Voss walks us through the fundamentals of Artificial Intelligence, the differences between Artificial Intelligence and Artificial General Intelligence (a term he coined alongside fellow AI luminaries), his take on the dangers of AGI, taking his previous venture from 0-400 employees and IPO'ing, and the mission behind his new company, Aigo.ai. Relevant buzzwords we only partially understand include cognitive architecture, ontologies, and knowledge graphs.
23 days ago - 01:08:05
Mark Podolsky aka "The Land Geek": Getting Dirt Rich From 5,000 Real Estate Transactions
Mark is leading authority on buying and selling raw, undeveloped land in the US. Since 2001, Mark has completed over 5,000 unique transactions. In this episode we dive deep into the business model that has made him so successful, his aversion to solo-economic dependency, his zen philosophies, and why he has shifted his focus to helping others to start trading land.
1 month ago - 01:07:25
David Bailey: CEO of BTC Magazine on Hyperbitcoinization, Crypto Careers, and Free Speech
David Bailey runs the world's largest Bitcoin publication, the world's largest Bitcoin conference, and a Bitcoin hedge fund. Since 2012, David has been committed to making hyperbitcoinization a reality. In this episode, David talks to us about his Bitcoin journey, running BTC magazine, planning Bitcoin 2021, teasers for Bitcoin 2022, and why young people should be getting crypto jobs.
1 month ago - 01:14:59
Sheldon Gilbert: Blockchains for Underserved Communities, Nonprofit Vocational Schools, and Mental Models from Genomics
Sheldon Gilbert founded Proclivity Systems after graduating from Yale with a degree in biophysics and biochemistry. Proclivity is a smart marketplace for healthcare advertising. In this conversation, we talk about the impact of distributed consensus, permissionless lending, his nonprofit Kura Labs, and how his understanding of genomics impacts his perspective.
1 month ago - 01:18:01
Brandon Green: Chief of Staff at Bitcoin Magazine on Organizing Bitcoin Miami and Why "Bitcoin is the Answer"
Brandon Green directed and produced the content at Bitcoin 2021 in Miami. the largest ever Bitcoin event. From Michael Saylor and Jack Dorsey to Tony Hawk, Brandon was instrumental in coordinating an epic lineup of speakers. In this conversation, we cover how Brandon ditched chemical engineering to work in Bitcoin Media, the Tether stablecoin concerns, what Bitcoin would look like in space, and why Bitcoin is "good" for humanity.
2 months ago - 01:11:44
Scott Rieckens: How The FIRE Movement Can Improve Your Relationships, Happiness, and Finances
Scott Rieckens is an Emmy-nominated film/video producer, serial entrepreneur, and author. His recent documentary, Playing With FIRE, explores the financial independence and early retirement movement. In this conversation, we cover how to learn from Reddit and other online communities, common criticisms of FIRE, how to use FIRE to improve relationships, advertising and marketing his documentary, working with people like Ryan Holiday, making spending decisions, trust and integrity, Bend Oregon, the usefulness of having a large email list, the difference between cheap and frugal, and working backward from your goals.
2 months ago - 01:15:53
Joel Runyon - Techniques For Motivating People To Achieve IMPOSSIBLE Goals
Ultra-endurance athlete and serial motivational entrepreneur Joel Runyon shares hard-earned wisdom about goal setting, fitness, perseverance, motivation, self-talk, retirement, and more. In 2017, Joel Runyon became the youngest person in the world to run 7 ultra marathons on 7 continents.
2 months ago - 49:56
Rita Lewison Singer: Louis' Grandmother! Stories From An Entrepreneur, Actress, and Motivational Speaker
Rita Lewison Singer, Louis' grandmother, joins the podcast to share lessons and stories from her varied career as a college professor, school teacher, corporate communications consultant, speechwriter, motivational speaker, image consultant, media entrepreneur, and actress. We cover lifelong learning, reinventing yourself, active retirement, and much more!
2 months ago - 53:46
Cole Schafer: Chasing Perfection in Copywriting, Poetry, and Everything In Between
Popular copywriter, blogger, and poet Cole Schafer joins us to explain the art and science of running his creative writing shop, Honey Copy. We also discuss growing cities like Nashville, monetizing newsletters, paid communities, using words to sell like hell, and the pursuit of greatness.
3 months ago - 01:05:28
Dr. Richard Schatz: Co-Inventor of The Coronary Stent - Saving 100 Million Lives & Being a Lifelong Inventor
The Coronary Stent is responsible for extending over 100 million lives. In this episode Dr. Richard Schatz, co-inventor of this world-changing technology, joins us to give advice for patenting your ideas, generating new inventions, heart health, and longevity.
3 months ago - 59:52
Colton Sakamoto: Co-Founder of Pomp Crypto Jobs - Building Tools For The Crypto Workforce
Colton Sakamoto joins us to talk about the founding story of Pomp Crypto Jobs, the state of crypto and Bitcoin, the role Anthony Pompliano has played in Colton's career, and Colton's long-term crypto outlook.
3 months ago - 55:51
Polina Marinova Pompliano: Founder of The Profile - Studying The World's Smartest People
Polina Marinova Pompliano joins us to share how she made a full-time career out of writing her premium newsletter, The Profile. Every week, Polina teaches her readers important life lessons through stories of the world's most successful people. Popular pieces include Charlie Munger, The Rock, and Nick Saban. We also discuss her angel investments, advice for couples, and the future of long-form content creation.
3 months ago - 01:00:56
Joe Wehbe and Scott McKeon: Life and Business Lessons From Australian Technology, Real Estate, and Education Entrepreneurs
Don't miss this energetic discussion concerning volunteering in Nepal, raising $400k on Kickstarter as a mass-market consumer electronics brand, launching an online education startup for lifelong learning, and embodying the not-so-secret secret to creating more opportunities for yourself. Joe Wehbe and Scott McKeon are the Australian entrepreneurs behind companies like Espresso displays, Doohat labs, the Constant Student Community, Sydney Listings, and the upcoming book, 18 & Lost. Enjoy our first-ever 4-man interview!
3 months ago - 01:31:48
Lisa Song Sutton: Serial Entrepreneur and Former Miss Nevada on Creative Dealmaking, Buying Knowledge, and Political Responsibility
Lisa Song Sutton joins us to explain why she paid $10,000 to follow someone for two weeks. We also discuss how she launched instantly profitable pack-and-ship stores, the Las Vegas Real Estate market, the benefits of being Miss Nevada and a content creator, and how she manages her cupcake store and e-commerce company. Other topics include why she ran for congress, how she makes decisions, why she went to law school, and her daily habits and routines.
4 months ago - 01:01:28
Steph Smith: Indiehacker, Author, and Head of Trends.co - Doing Life & Content Right
Steph Smith joins us for a wide-ranging conversation that covers her book, relationships, mindset training, lifestyle design, life's seasonality, and a segment where we riff on new business ideas including parking deck conversions and healthy remote work gadgets.
4 months ago - 01:00:51
Akaash Pardesi (Akaash Aesthetics): Entrepreneur, Coach and Bodybuilder - Mastering Reality with Positive Mental Frameworks
Akaash Pardesi joins us to share his frameworks for mastering your reality, how to live in an empowered state, cooking and eating whole foods, boosting testosterone, and detaching from the desires of your younger self.
4 months ago - 01:11:53
AJ Osborne: Founder & CEO of Cedar Creek Wealth - Building a $150 Million Self-Storage Portfolio
AJ Osborne joins us to discuss his self-storage real estate business, measuring the right metrics, finding good deals, why we should "move micro" and "understand" the macro economy, and his advice for young entrepreneurs.
4 months ago - 01:03:51