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Achieving the type of “freedom” you're seeking probably has already been done by someone else. So, why not just reverse-engineer the formula instead of re-inventing the wheel? Neel Parekh, CEO of MaidThis Franchise, interviews people who have already achieved Time, Location, or Financial Freedom and dive into their stories. The common thread: how to live life on your own terms.
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If you’re overwhelmed, confused, frustrated, exhausted, and sick and tired of the clutter in your life, maybe it’s time to do something about it. And if you’ve ever felt hopeless and dragged down by dead-end relationships, addiction, crushing debt or just the disappointments of everyday life, then this show is for you. In this podcast, The Most Organized Man in America, Andrew Mellen, will demystify how to get started and organize your world. Andrew hands you the keys to unlock the power to ...
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Helping female soulpreneruers, therapists & leaders build a strong foundation for their business and life. Leave the fear, perfectionism and shiny-object syndrome behind. My name is Amy and I'm dedicated to helping you show up in the world, in a way, that truly feels good to you and who you are.
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Learn how to build an online business without sacrificing your money, your sanity or your reputation. Join Adam Dukes, a Dadpreneur, author and horrendous fantasy football player. This podcast is for Dads who are small business owners, entrepreneurs, course creators, digital marketers, coaches or have a desire to become an entrepreneur. We'll cover everything from marketing, mindset hacks, social media, productivity secrets, email marketing and living your absolute best life. Expect short, f ...
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In this episode, Neel chats with David Lahav, a former locksmith company owner turned meditation teacher. They discuss David's journey in entrepreneurship, his mindset shift towards finding purpose and freedom, and the role of meditation in his life. David emphasizes the importance of being an importer of happiness rather than an exporter, and how …
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In this episode, Neel Parekh sits down with John Seiffer, author of Output Thinking and founder of CEO Bootcamp. They discuss John's entrepreneurial journey, starting with a failed waterbed store business in the 70s. They explore the differences between B2B and B2C business models and the importance of building a business like an asset. John introd…
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In this episode, Neel reunites with his old friend Jon to discuss Jon's unique lifestyle and career transitions. Jon shares his journey from being a residential advisor to working in startups and spearfishing. They delve into the challenges of making career pivots and the importance of unlearning limiting beliefs. Jon also talks about his experienc…
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In this episode, Ryan Sneddon shares his journey of starting a successful local email newsletter business. He discusses how he came up with the idea, experimented with different business models, and eventually found success with his current business. Ryan explains the process of monetizing the newsletter through advertising and the importance of ta…
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In this episode, Neel sits down with Jon Matzner about his entrepreneurial journey and the launch of Sagan Passport. Jon emphasizes the importance of iterative experimentation and finding variations on a theme. He shares his mindset when testing new ideas and the value of being flexible and adaptable. Jon also explains the concept of Sagan Passport…
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In this episode, Neel chats with Khe, a former finance professional who quit his high-paying job to pursue a more fulfilling life. They discuss Khe's background, his career journey, and the midlife crisis that led him to reevaluate his priorities. They also explore the concept of lifestyle creep and how Khe managed his spending habits. The conversa…
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In this episode, Neel chats with Aaron Harper, CEO of Rolling Suds, about his journey in the franchise industry. Aaron shares his background in the film industry and his transition to entrepreneurship. He explains his approach to acquiring Rolling Suds and turning it into a franchise. Aaron discusses the importance of building a strong franchise sy…
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In this episode, Neel sits down with Connor Loftus from Mike's Fences and dive into his entrepreneurial journey, exploring the fusion of passion, family influence, and market opportunity that led to the creation of his company. Takeaways: Entrepreneurship often involves seizing opportunities where one's passion aligns with market demand. The journe…
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In this episode, Neel Parekh interviews Cole Simpson, owner of a roofing company, about his journey in entrepreneurship. Cole shares his background and how he got into the roofing business. He discusses the challenges and lessons he learned along the way, including his experience with franchising and acquisitions. Cole shares his motivations and go…
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In this episode Neel sits down for the second time with Stephen Heiner, who previously appeared on episode 108, when he had just newly moved into a Catholic seminary after having been location independent for a decade. This was Neel's "6 month checkup" on Stephen. Neel and Stephen discuss: - Stephen's frame for freedom, i.e. discipline = freedom, a…
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In this episode Neel sits down with Logan Robison who just quit his job in the last few weeks to go full-time on his business. Neel and Logan discuss: - a side hustle he started in February 2020: a photo booth which he made 5X on upon exit despite starting the month before Covid hit - how a big project at his full-time job forced a crisis and a nic…
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In this episode Neel sits down with Martijn Reintjes, who is currently three months into a 7-month trip with his wife and three kids. And this isn't the first time he's done this, either. Neel and Martijn discuss: - how they had to fiscally exit the Netherlands, their home base, so that they wouldn't be fined for homeschooling their kids on the roa…
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In this episode Neel sits down with the one and only Donald Spann. Donald has been a guest on the pod before (listen here if you'd like to check it out) Neel and Donald discuss: - his initial success selling Cutco knives (and Neel pondered some kind of index of people who sold Cutco and success in life) - his journey through servicing different nee…
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In this episode Neel sits down with Danny Miranda of the Danny Miranda Podcast. Danny is currently a full-time podcaster and is one of the few that managed to bag a dream guest, Gary Vee, through a viral social media thread. Neel and Danny discuss: - what a big role meditation plays in his life; Danny says that his life is divided in two: before he…
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In this episode Neel chats with Renee Aafjes of Organized Garage, a company that helps people upgrade their garages to make them look and function better. Neel and Renee discuss: - the unique (and supportive) environment America offers in building businesses from the ground up (and how New Zealand, where Renee hails from, deals with Tall Poppy Synd…
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In this episode Neel sits down with Paul Tran, owner of 11 Halal Guys stores in the Orange County, California area. Neel and Paul discuss: - how what you don't know can really be a secret weapon in entrepreneurship - what sort of people make good franchisees (and who can sometimes come with baggage) - how Paul's personal love for the brand led him …
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In this episode Neel and sits down with Walker Drewett of NuBrakes, a mobile brake-repair business that grew out of a mobile car detailing business he started while going to school. Neel and Walker discuss: - not sitting on your laurels: despite growing the car detailing business to $1M in revenue, Walker found out customers really wanted help with…
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In this episode Neel and sits down with Chris Schwab of Think Maids (remote cleaning business) and Inova Local (a virtual assistant company). Chris originally wanted to get to Japan to be with his long-distance girlfriend and realized starting a business was the only way he could do that. That paved the way for everything else. Neel and Chris discu…
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In this episode Neel speaks with Ben Davis of The Gents Place (which he describes as speakeasy meets barber shop meets country club) and Rascal Man about his journey from the corporate life to being a remote local business franchisor. Neel and Ben discuss: - how he chose what kind of business to start, which included asking "where could I work 80 a…
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In this episode Neel chats with Brian Leubben, host of the Action Academy Podcast and author of the forthcoming book From Passive to Passionate: How to Quit Your Job, Grow Your Wealth, & Turn Your Passions into Profits. Neel and Brian discuss: - his entrepreneurial path which started as a college DJ, then to corporate sales, then to creating a Vivi…
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In this episode Neel chats with Seonaid Beckwith of Perfect English Grammar, a very popular website that helps non-native English speakers improve to whatever level they want, for personal or professional reasons. Neel and Seonaid discuss: - how what started as a resource for her in-person students became a side hustle and then eventually allowed h…
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In this episode Neel and sits down with Katrin Krakovich of Lahav Media. Neel and Katrin discuss: - the power of blogging for local services business (here's a blog she wrote about it if you want to learn more) - what she would do if she was starting a local services business today as far as keyword research - what are the most important aspects of…
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In this short episode, Neel takes a look at four businesses you should be nowhere near this year. The list includes: - Amazon FBA (though he does offer you an alternative platform should you really want to sell products) - Faddy franchises like Crumbl (which are for sale everywhere these days after franchisees realized this was a fad) - Pool routes…
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In this episode, a rebroadcast of episode 34, Neel and David sit down with Derek Dodds and have a leisurely conversation about how Derek found his calling. Derek currently runs ⁠WaveTribe⁠, an ecological surf company, has an interest in ⁠Naked Armor⁠, a wet shaving company, and serves an advisor to a publishing company he co-founded, ⁠2 Seas Agency…
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In this episode Neel and chats with Jenny Ness-Hunkin, a former franchisee of Tutor Doctor and now the Franchise Success Manager at MaidThis. A ten-year franchisee herself before a successful exit, Jenny believes in franchising in part because she's had such positive experiences with it. Now she helps MaidThis franchisees scale and exit their busin…
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It's a simple but perhaps not-often-repeated truth: not all business models are created equal. In this episode, Neel talks about local services businesses he would avoid buying/starting as well as what was the one factor he looked at recently when considering a cleaning service acquisition. You'll get the scoop on: - Why high ticket, low recurring …
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In this episode Neel talks with one of his very own MaidThis franchisees, Chris Rodriguez. Chris has been running MaidThis Miami for just about four months now and gives us the lowdown on how he got here. Neel and Chris discuss: - why a franchise fee was at first a stumbling block, then a recognition of value for Chris - what his main motivation wa…
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In this episode Neel speaks with Ujwal Velagapudi, who has had a fascinating and unusual journey building businesses in many different industries. One of the more interesting ideas Ujwal shares in the pod is his lack of concern with "maximizing profit." He's okay leaving some money on the table once he has spent time optimizing the business when he…
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In this episode Neel and sits down with freelance sales coach Jeff Lundeen of Strong Jaw Sales. ⁠Jeff had a good career in a well-paying (though stressful) field: air traffic control. Reading books like Tim Ferriss' Four Hour Work Week awakened a desire to escape the 9-5. Neel and Jeff discuss: - the effect of a one-way ticket to Colombia on kickst…
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In this episode Neel and sits down with Omar Santana, President of Launch27, a SaaS for cleaning companies. Neel and Omar talk about: - the concerns that any customer has for a SaaS when a private equity group comes in (as happened to Launch27 in 2019) - how many of the solutions in the cleaning company space are similar and why that makes switchin…
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As Neel looks back on previous years, he knows he's spent too much time focusing on the "scaling" aspect of marketing. In this episode, he goes the other way, talking about marketing that doesn't scale, but delivers big results, including: - Apartment Complex Infiltration: just as stealth as it sounds, but is all about quietly building relationship…
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In this episode Neel and sits down with Kriss Bergethon, known as the "Car Wash Guy" on Twitter. Interestingly, while Kriss is known for car washes, it's actually a side hustle for him. He's full time in the supplements and natural medicine space. Neel and Kriss discuss: - how trying to get in on the self-storage craze led to buying his first car w…
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In this episode Neel and sits down with Stephen Heiner, who moved to France ten years ago after selling a business. Stephen worked hard to build a dream life, and recently gave all of it up to move to become a volunteer at a religious house. Neel and Stephen discuss: - his path to France and what he did when he arrived - the importance of asking yo…
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In this episode Neel and sits down with Andy Agrawal of Weekend Maids, who is also part of the CCDRA (California Coalition of Domestic Referral Agencies). Andy has been running the company for the last 15 years, but it's a family business that has been around for 36 years. Neel and Patrick discuss the importance of compliance, particularly in regar…
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In this episode Neel sits down with Sean O'Dowd of The O'Dowd Group. Sean was just looking to pay off the loan he took out to buy an engagement ring for his then-fiancee when he decided to consult on the side. His very first gig was through Upwork and involved proofreading an email for $30. Neel and Sean discuss: - how having a Wharton degree may h…
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Neel recently had to interview a number of SEO vendors in preparation for making a change, and felt like he became a bit of an expert in thinking through what agencies can and should provide for you. Neel talks about what you can expect to pay for decent SEO service ($750-$1500 depending on quality) as well as: - Map Pack ranking and the importance…
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As part of his ongoing coaching call series, Neel chats with Dan Kats of Shorely Clean who is building his cleaning business as a side hustle and is looking to grow it quickly but sustainably. Neel offers helpful answers to Dan's questions, including: - The importance of hiring that first employee to help you as soon as possible - The inbound sales…
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In this episode Neel and sits down with Dan Blaker, a MaidThis franchisee in the Myrtle Beach market. ⁠ It's been just under two years that Dan has been a franchisee in the MaidThis system and he looks back on his journey to share: - how MaidThis provided a path for him to quit a 6-day-a-week, 12-hour-a-day job - just how much "remote" he's put int…
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You've heard Neel talk about pros and cons of different marketing tactics over the last six months. This episode brings all of those reflections together in one valuable episode so be ready to take notes on: - What's working and what isn't in the Google LSA space - What to look for when researching PPC advertising to see if it will be worthwhile fo…
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In this episode Neel chats with Shaina Denny, Co-Founder and CEO of Dogdrop. It's a rare discussion with a fellow franchisor, and Neel and Shaina discuss: - how Dogdrop works and its capitalization on America's obsession with pets and their well-being - why Shaina decided to use an FSO (franchise sales organization) instead of using an internal res…
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It got here even faster than we might have thought, but here is episode #100. For this special episode, Neel shares a talk that he gave about his travel journey. You'll learn: - that hunter/gatherer tribes in Africa will tell the same fart jokes you do at home - the power of a smile and how strangers can help you see who you really are - how you ca…
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In this episode Neel and chats with Simone, Founder of House Mum Home Services, based out of Brisbane, Australia. Simone has a successful business and is so full up with clients she has a waiting list. But she doesn't even have a website! She's a master at community marketing and was kind enough to share some of her tactics and ideas with us. Neel …
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In this podcast episode,Andrew Mellen invites you to join him on an inspiring journey with Dr. John McDougall, a renowned nutrition expert and author. Dr. McDougall unveils the hidden truths behind the dairy industry and exposes the profit-driven motives that shape dietary recommendations. You'll learn about the incredible benefits of adopting a st…
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In this episode Neel and sits down with Anna Scherbyna, owner of Remotivate, a company that helps entrepreneurs and business owners hire for executive and management roles. Neel and Anna discuss: - what it was for Anna to work in (and build a company in) the remote space in 2017, before it was cool - why growing companies won't only need one type o…
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In this podcast episode,Andrew Mellen speaks with Georgie Collinson, an expert at addressing anxiety and author of the newly released book, The Anxiety Reset Method. As a hypnotherapist, anxiety mindfulness coach, naturopath, and nutritionist, Georgie is committed to helping people step out of anxiety and fear so they can thrive with confidence and…
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In this podcast episode, host Andrew Mellen invites us to explore the clutter warrior's relationship with organization. He welcomes Mike Michalowicz, a serial entrepreneur and author, to share his insights and experiences in staying productive and focused amidst the chaos of ideas and distractions. Mike candidly talks about his struggles with shiny…
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In this episode Neel and sits down with Johnny Robinson and Sergio Silesky for a quarterly roundup of what they are seeing in the Remote Local space. Topics covered include: - the effectiveness of Google LSA, both now and in the long term, along with some strategies that can help lift your performance if you're lagging - the "Grand Opening Method" …
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