stop underselling yourself with robin waite: an eofire class

From the archive: This episode was originally recorded and published in 2021. Our interviews on Entrepreneurs On Fire are meant to be evergreen, and we do our best to confirm that all offers and URL’s in these archive episodes are still relevant.

Robin is a Husband, Daddy, Cyclist and Surfer. During his spare time he helps coaches, consultants and freelancers to be fearless and confidently charge more!

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1. You do not always have to follow the crowd. Most of the time, it is better to go the other way around.

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3. Be fearless about your pricing. If you face challenges in understanding your worth, then speak to a coach about how you can find creative ways to charge more for products.

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Wir stellen heute wie jede Woche drei junge Startups vor, die nicht älter als drei Jahre alt sind und bislang Finanzierungen nicht über einer Million Euro erhalten haben.

Den Anfang macht Isabelle Guenou, CEO und Co-Founder von Theblood. Das Startup entwickelt neue Analyseverfahren für Menstruationsblut. Die Monatsblutung soll dazu genutzt werden, um Hormonspiegel, Proteine oder Vitamine zu messen. Anhand dieser Biomarker sollen Frauen individuelle medizinische Einschätzungen und Gesundheitstipps bekommen. Das Unternehmen steht kurz vor dem Abschluss einer ersten klinischen Studie und will kurzfristig noch eine mobile App anbieten.

Als zweites sprechen wir mit Lukas Jochheim, Co-Founder von Meal&Heal. Das Startup hat eine App entwickelt, die nach eigenen Angaben Unverträglichkeiten herausfinden und eine individuelle Ernährung anleiten kann. Durch die präzise Analytik kann das Unternehmen personalisierte Lebensmittellisten erstellen, welche bereits mehr als 80.000 Lebensmittel beinhalten. Gleichzeitig wird das Rezeptportal individualisiert, wodurch Betroffene verträgliche und an die Bedürfnisse angepasste Rezepte erhalten.

Unser letzter Gast der heutigen Folge ist Franziska Lietz, Co-Founder von BitKollegen sowie von Omnics Technologies. Die Schwesterunternehmen stehen für ein IT-Outsourcing, welches einen besonderen Fokus auf die soziale Verantwortung setzt. Die Startups bieten die Möglichkeit, dem Fachkräftemangel durch Outsourcing entgegenzuwirken, ohne dabei die Bedürfnisse der Arbeitnehmenden zu vernachlässigen.

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sam corcos, levels ceo: 10x delegation

Sam Corcos is the CEO of Levels, an a16z-backed health tech startup. While Levels’ mission is amazing, what really sets the company apart is how Sam runs it: Levels is highly transparent, asynchronous first, and serious about leveraging delegation for maximum productivity. 

In this episode of World of DaaS, Sam gives a master class on the art of virtual assistance and delegation.  Levels uses VAS to allow team members much greater leverage over their work. Sam himself has four EAs that allow him to get an extra 90-120 hours of work done each week.

Auren and Sam also delve into transparency and building in public, a principle Sam champions as a CEO. Sam discusses the leadership skills that allowed him to build enough trust in his organization to try out experimental management techniques like radical transparency and asynchronous-first communication.    

Sam isn’t just an optimizer in his professional life– he’s a hardcore minimalist (he owns just one pair of pants), a digital nomad, and a deeply intentional thinker on matters in his personal life. Sam shares the mathematical formula that led him from single to married in six months, how he thinks about consumerism, and his formula for throwing the perfect salon dinner.  

World of DaaS is brought to you by SafeGraph & Flex Capital. For more episodes, visit safegraph.com/podcasts.

You can find Auren Hoffman on X at @auren and Sam on X at @SamCorcos