The EntreProgrammers Episode 36 Anti-Sponsor Apple Amazon
John’s funny look says it all when Derick says he wants to do a crazy radio broadcaster introduction for The EntreProgrammers Podcast which has received over 20,000 listeners according to the stats on Signalleaf.com podcast hosting service.
Apple destroys a tremendous amount of programming by Josh, and he’s not too please about it; therefore, Josh awards Apple as an Anti-Sponsor. Check out, in this episode, everything Josh did that Apple literally broke down.
Do you know a corporation that should be given the award of Anti-Sponsor for negligence towards human beings? Write in the comment section below and let The EntreProgrammers blast big business for human negligence.
The EntreProgrammers go up against the biggest there is and fear no one. In addition to Apple’s human negligence, John gives Amazon a big award of Anti-Sponsor, which is also backed-up by Derick, for a ridiculous marketing strategy that could be called an outright lie. You’ll hear their remarks in this episode.
Can you recover from a computer crash? Do you have off-sight storage?
The EntreProgrammers want you to play it safe and get into a big discussion about the value of storage space and where it should be located. How would you feel if you woke-up one morning and all of your files where gone – floating around somewhere in cyber space?
When you have a great deal of valuable content, do you know what to do with it? You’ll hear some productive and powerful ideas on this subject as The EntreProgrammers examine the use of their own accumulated content. Josh shares some remarkable ideas.
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The EntreProgrammers Episode 35 Appreciation
John talks about his experience with a “grumpy” cable guy and billing without TV that doesn’t really make any sense. The EntreProgrammers discuss download and upload power from their ISP.
John’s book is over 1,000 in sales plus the publisher is suggesting a video to go with the book. Is this the beginning of a trend? Do you think publishers will begin asking for videos with the author’s book? Leave your comment.
The subject of conversion rate comes up as The EntreProgrammers analyze this process. What percentage of visitors should be converted into customers?
Derick is focused on Signalleaf. He has come up with informative tracking procedures that every podcast producer should have, even a 6 week period.
The discussion goes to the importance of diet; Josh has a little person emergency and takes leave. Derick tells a funny story about silly putty. Remember that stuff? Ever get it in your hair?
Josh talks about his early days as a writer and how many of the people around him didn’t use a calendar. It definitely was a learning experience – Josh tells all.
Planning and scheduling is always an important task for the entrepreneur, but there is a good and bad way to go about this. John explains the necessity of staying flexible.
Do you appreciate who you are and what you have? Derick takes this idea and talks down to earth as he begins to realize just how good he has it. Talking to a friend resulted in somewhat of an epiphany.
Perhaps, the single most important outstanding characteristic of the successful entrepreneur is to “know thyself” in the arena of appreciation. How do you feel about this?
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The EntreProgrammers Episode 34 Warrior Diet
Humans replaced with code?
What’s good in the computer market? What’s the warrior diet? Programming robots? Why doesn't Josh like iPhones? Derick’s Kindle Paperwhite is a lie?
Derick refers to an EntreProgrammer fan, Matt Kremer, who offers a great deal of valuable information. Visit Matt’s web site at: https://kobra.io/
A rather confusing arena of marketing, programming and technology tackled by The EntreProgrammers, now makes more sense; these 3 smash the in-denial Apple which seems to think that it’s your fault.
You get an in depth analysis of computers from The EntreProgrammers in this episode, and of course, a lot more – Josh reveals computer marketing as unethical; John predicts the way of the future in computer design; Derick implicates Microsoft Surface 3 will discontinue; and in a conference presentation, demonstrates that your robot can be programmed by writing code. Plus: Dip your phone or iPod in plastic? John explains.
You are the fly on the wall and you have The EntreProgrammers’ spontaneous, transparent and unrehearsed mastermind session. Could it be that these 3 EntreProgrammers have totally lost their minds? That the captain has truly left the bridge? Are they nuts?
It’s extremely important to eat well; hopefully, someday everyone on this planet will. Food creates behavior which greatly influence the decisions often made in the crucial development of programming and marketing strategy thriving in the entrepreneurial arena.
Maximus development of “self” depends on good food. Why are The EntreProgrammers eating only 1 meal per day – around 800 to 1,000 calories? Do you think that these 3 developerneurs are actually losing it?
The EntreProgrammers explain advantages of the warrior diet. Add your comments to this discussion. How do you feel about what The EntreProgrammers are doing? What is it that you do? John has been on the warrior diet for 2.5 months. Says he feels great.
Derick is in Oklahoma City, recently gave a presentation at a conference and tells you all about it – ways to control robots, program them to obey your commands. Just think; humans can be replaced with coed. Write some code to program your robot…
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The EntreProgrammers Episode 33 Seneca’s Letters
The EntreProgrammers analyze different aspects that make-up a great entrepreneur; things get started with diet, after John explains an uneventful 10 hours of flight to get home.
Diet, of course, is extremely important to the success of an entrepreneurial effort. Yes, you are what you eat which includes making business choices based on diet – your diet. Derick goes into detail what all of this could mean in a day of having to make many choices.
If possible, make your decisions when you feel good; avoid making important decision when you don’t feel good. The greatest asset of an entrepreneur is to “know thyself.”
Josh talks about how focused he is – “laser focus.” He gets into detail concerning his choice to better himself as a copywriter. He and Derick drop a few copywriters’ names for those of you interested.
An analysis of book sales dropping for both Josh and Derick takes place as they hammer-out resolutions and new directions for their entrepreneurial efforts. John is focused on tying-up loose ends of what he has already created.
John unites the 3 to work together on projects. This could turn-out to be quite interesting as The EntreProgrammers will focus on one project at a time over a 3 day period. Stay tuned for this one.
Derick details the main frame scheduling system that he is creating; he will own the rights and is fast considering promoting and marketing this system. You don’t want to miss this.
At the end of their discussion, John recommends a book that he is reading, titled, Seneca’s Letters. “…best wisdom writing that I’ve ever read.” An excellent place to get this book to read for free as well as other information is the Internet Archive: https://archive.org/details/Seneca
You make it a great day.
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