The Foundr Podcast with Nathan Chan

Dee Deng, cofounder of Right Hook, returns to the podcast to discuss his new foundr course Ignite Your Digital Agency. In the new course, Dee will share his blueprints on how to serve a small group of high-paying and happy clients while being highly profitable at the same time.

 

Right Hook is a digital marketing agency that went from zero to $250,000 in profit in its first year of business. Now the agency has over 115 employees across the globe. 

 

Listen to Dee and Nathan discuss: 

  • Step-by-step advice to build your agency from scratch
  • His “sales machine” that attracts quality clients daily
  • His “client delight system” for making your clients love you
  • How to scale your client load and revenue without “breaking” your business
  • How you sign up for a free course taught by Dee
  • And much more agency advice…

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Scooter Braun is the music-business mind behind the world’s biggest music stars like Justin Bieber, Ariana Grande, and Demi Lovato. Now he’s opening up about his entrepreneurial journey and how he’s reclaimed himself. 

 

Scooter's music career started as a party promoter in Atlanta. After dropping out of college, he worked at So So Def Recordings and eventually started SB Projects. He gave himself 12 months to make it, and that year discovered a 13-year-old Canadian artist named Justin Bieber. 

 

Listen to Nathan and Scooter discuss:

  • His decision to leave So So Def because of the power of social media
  • Why Justin Bieber has made him a better man
  • How Asher Roth’s “I Love College” saved his company from going under 
  • Producing Justin Bieber’s My World EP through friendships and favors
  • Why he works with trustworthy people over great people
  • Why identifying talent like falling in love 
  • How to deal with people disappointing you as a leader
  • How a week at The Hoffman Process changed his life
  • What Jeff Bezos told him he wants to do next
  • And much more honest, entrepreneurial advice…

 

 

 

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In a saturated and notoriously competitive industry, Cameron Falloon used his fitness training experience with celebrities and pro sports teams to start Body Fit Training. BFT's program uses the same fitness strategies Cameron used to train Princess Diana and athletes. Instead of “get fit quick” schemes, BFT uses science, technology, and community to drive positive outcomes at all fitness levels. 

 

Within 5 years, BFT became one of Australia's largest franchises. It was recently acquired for $44M by Xponential Fitness, which is bringing Cameron's fitness philosophies worldwide.  

 

Listen to Nathan and Cameron discuss: 

  • His decision to leave professional sports and start his own business
  • The difference between sports training and the commercial fitness industry 
  • Why it took 2 years to build a proven model for BFT
  • 3 areas of focus that differentiate BFT against the competition 
  • How his former AFL players accidentally became the first BFT franchise owners
  • Selling to publicly-traded Xponential Fitness in 4 weeks
  • Advice on productizing your skills 
  • And more franchise and fitness business advice…

 

 

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