Welcome to Episode 79 of Suncast!
Did you check out the last Suncast episode? It's Part 2 of my conversation with Paul Grana! Listen to it here!
On this episode of Suncast, you'll meet my friend and mentor, Jason Zook. Jason might be the best marketer, heck, best sales guy I’ve ever met. He made over $1Million doing something you and I do every day – putting on a t-shirt.
He sold his last name...3 times!
He even got his first book sponsored by more than a dozen companies before he ever wrote the first word...or even knew what the book would be about. And as we discussed in Jason't first interview, he sold his future – yep, everything he has ever created or will ever create – and I bought in. And I'm so glad I did.
Well, Jason and his super-creative wife Caroline are at it again, only this time they've teamed up to create something together aimed at helping the budding entrepreneur navigate the wandering path toward success.
Tune-in as we discuss these topics:
- Some of Jason's early struggles as an entrepreneur who looked like he had it all figured out.
- Jason’s advice for someone starting out on their entrepreneurial journey.
- Creating products that solve your own problems, and turning them into profit.
If you enjoy this interview with Jason, I'm sure you'd love my first interview with him, way back on Episode 25, check it out here!
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About the Host of SunCast:
Nico Johnson is the creator and host of SunCast, a regular conversation with Solar Industry professionals who are leading in emerging solar markets. The content of the show is geared towards listeners looking for insights on where the markets are headed, how to position themselves or their companies, and what today's market leaders do to stay ahead of the pack.
Nico is a 10-year veteran of the solar industry, having led development in the US and Latin America for global companies like Trina Solar and Conergy. He served as a Peace Corps volunteer in Guatemala and is considered one of the market's leading experts on solar PV expansion in the region.
Nico can be reached on Linked In https://www.linkedin.com/in/nickalus
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