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"Screw It Just Do It" is the #1 rated, twice-weekly podcast in which Podpreneur Alex Chisnall chats with those individuals who best represent the 'Screw It Just Do It' attitude to business.

The risk-takers, the doers and the dreamers that have exhibited the perseverance and determination to do things their way. No matter what anyone else told them. The winners, and the losers.

Past guests include Founders of Billion Dollar businesses such as LUSH founder Rowena Bird, Ted Baker Founder Ray K… Continue Reading >>
"Screw It Just Do It" is the #1 rated, twice-weekly podcast in which Podpreneur Alex Chisnall chats with those individuals who best represent the 'Screw It Just Do It' attitude to business.

The risk-takers, the doers and the dreamers that have exhibited the perseverance and determination to do things their way. No matter what anyone else told them. The winners, and the losers.

Past guests include Founders of Billion Dollar businesses such as LUSH founder Rowena Bird, Ted Baker Founder Ray Kelvin CBE, & Boo Hoo's Adam Kamani. BBC TV's Dragons Den Investors Steven Bartlett & Piers Linney, plus TV celebrities like England & British Lions rugby star James Haskell & winner of BBC show The Apprentice Carina Lepore. Not forgetting Best- Selling authors like Mark Victor Hansen, Not On The High Street Co-Founder Holly Tucker MBE, Cobra Beer founder Lord Bilimoria, & perennial favourites Grenade's Alan Barratt & Huel's Julian Hearn.

They talk us through their successes and failures and offer actionable tips for th << Show Less
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Trailer for #454: From Army to Art - with The Affordable Art Fair's Will Ramsay Welcome to the trailer for Episode #454 with Will Ramsay, Founder and CEO of Affordable Art Fair.   In this Wednesday's episode, Will and I will be talking about how army training has helped him be successful in his art fair business. Here are some highlights: The power of arts is really strong specially for everyone who puts it on their wall - be it in a charitable sense or art therapy way. It's more powerful than a sofa. There are four pillars in running a successful business: Finance, Team, Marketing and Logistics Learn organisation skill. Preparation and planning prevents poor performance. It's important to build a team around your right from the start.   Join us on Wednesday for the full episode.
#453 - Being a Solo Founder is Hard Welcome to Sunday's Solo Episode #453.   During this episode, we talk about the challenges of being a solo founder and here are some highlights: Have a mentor - somebody you can talk to and share your challenges and goals. Networking is good for you and your business. It helps you grow. Get yourself out there and meet people. Collaborate. Look at partnerships. Brainstorm those businesses who can add value and opportunities to your brand. Test. See what works. Tweak it. Go again. This is the only way to grow your business.   Learn more about the contents discussed in this episode: Connect with me via LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Clubhouse
Trailer for #453 - Being a Solo Founder is Hard Welcome to the trailer for Sunday's Solo Episode #453.   In this episode, I will be talking about the challenges of being a solo founder and here are some highlights: Have a mentor - somebody you can talk to and share your challenges and goals. Networking is good for you and your business. It helps you grow. Get yourself out there and meet people. Collaborate. Look at partnerships. Brainstorm those businesses who can add value and opportunities to your brand. Test. See what works. Tweak it. Go again. This is the only way to grow your business.   Join us on Sunday for the full episode.
#452: Why the Hustle Culture is Bad for You and Your Business - with Yoni Kosminski Welcome to Episode #452 with Yoni Kozminski, Founder and CEO of both MultiplyMii and Escala.   During this episode, we talk about why the hustle culture is bad for you and your business. Here are some highlights: Ideas are a dime a dozen. It's all about execution. Don't let planning get in the way of your ability to execute. Success is possible if you build an effective structure and system. Find the right people and give them the accountability and responsibility to make decisions Invest in finding the right talent who aligns in with your objective and your core values   Learn more about the contents discussed in this episode: Connect with Yoni via LinkedIn, Instagram Listen to Successful Scales via Apple Podcast or Spotify
Trailer for #452: Why the Hustle Culture is Bad for You and Your Business - with Yoni Kosminski Welcome to the trailer for Episode #452 with Yoni Kozminski, Founder and CEO of both MultiplyMii and Escala.   In this Wednesday's episode, Yoni and I will be talking about why the hustle culture is bad for you and your business. Here are some highlights: Ideas are a dime a dozen. It's all about execution. Don't let planning get in the way of your ability to execute. Success is possible if you build an effective structure and system. Find the right people and give them the accountability and responsibility to make decisions Invest in finding the right talent who aligns in with your objective and your core values Join us on Wednesday for the full episode.
#451: Success is a Guarantee Welcome to Sunday Solo Episode #451.   During this episode, we talk about how success is a guarantee as long as you hang around long enough. Here are some highlights: The worst thing you can do is to not start at all. Consistently turn up everyday. Try and be 1% better than yesterday. You've got to take action. If you don't take action, you'll never going to be successful. You've got to grow. If not, you'll stagnate and you'll wither and die.   Learn more about the contents discussed in this episode: Connect with me via LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Clubhouse
Trailer for #451: Success is a Guarantee Welcome to the trailer for Sunday's Solo Episode #451.   In this episode, I will be talking about how success is a guarantee as long as you hang around long enough. Here are some highlights: The worst thing you can do is to not start at all. Consistently turn up everyday. Try and be 1% better than yesterday. You've got to take action. If you don't take action, you'll never going to be successful. You've got to grow. If not, you'll stagnate and you'll wither and die.   Join us on Sunday for the full episode.
#450: The Rise of The Content Creator - with Alpha Talent Group's Jake Lee Welcome to Episode #450 with Jake Lee, Founder and CEO of Alpha Talent Group - a talent management agency that was founded back in 2019. Alpha Talent Group represents Global TV Personalities, Content Creators, Artists and Professional Athletes.   During this episode, we talk about content creators and influencer marketing. Here are some highlights: Trust the process and work through it. As long as you're consistent with that, then ultimately you will get the results. Set yourself a more achievable targets to keep you motivated. Be realistic. The number of followers is one thing. The more important aspect is if there is consistent engagement with the followers.   Sponsored by MANSCAPED: The Best in Men's Grooming Get 20% Off and Free Shipping with the code justdoit   Learn more about the contents discussed in this episode: Connect with Jake via LinkedIn, Instagram. Visit Alpha Talent Group's website here. Get more information about the CCI Tech Live event on October here.
Trailer for #450: The Rise of The Content Creator - with Alpha Talent Group's Jake Lee Welcome to the trailer for Episode #450 with Jake Lee, Founder and CEO of Alpha Talent Group - a talent management agency that was founded back in 2019. Alpha Talent Group represents Global TV Personalities, Content Creators, Artists and Professional Athletes.   In this Wednesday's episode, Jake and I will be talking all about content creators and influencer marketing. Here are some highlights: Trust the process and work through it. As long as you're consistent with that, then ultimately you will get the results. Set yourself a more achievable targets to keep you motivated. Be realistic. The number of followers is one thing. The more important aspect is if there is consistent engagement with the followers.   Sponsored by MANSCAPED: The Best in Men's Grooming Get 20% Off and Free Shipping with the code justdoit   Join us on Wednesday for the full episode.
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