4 023: 35k Books and 20k Online Students in 3 years

“If I can’t find a university I can work in, I will create my own.” I think of Anthony Metivier as the professor of the future. He’s a true lover of knowledge, learning, research and teaching – but with a slight twist… He’s also really good at branding and marketing himself online. And the results are staggering. 3 years ago […]

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022: The Million $ Personal Trainer

In mid-2014, Chris Dufey decided to leave his job as head of a fitness studio in Dubai, and take his personal training business online. Today, just over 1 year later, his combined businesses bring in well over $1 million/year – coaching elite body-builders to get their extra edge, and helping other fitness professionals grow their businesses to the next level as […]

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1 018: 0-$20 Million in 7 Years, 0-20k Users in 7 Months

Tim Fargo’s numbers speak for themselves. He launched his first serious venture in 1996 – an “offline” business built around investigating insurance fraud. Over 7 years he grew the company, Omega Insurance Services, from a 3 man team in his 2nd bedroom, to a $20million company with over 300 employees, culminating in a 1x sale. Today, […]

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017: The Accidental Ecommerce Store

Bernard Schembri launched his ping-pong website back in the early days of the internet, when everyone still had a “homepage” named after them, and pixelated gifs were the height of cool. But what started as a passion, almost by accident, led to some pretty interesting business opportunities for the then 15 year-old. Pretty soon, Bernard found himself […]

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016: Scaling Psychotherapy Online with Digital Products

016: Scaling Psychotherapy Online with Digital ProductsWithYevgeni Zolotorevski When Yevgeni started his Psychotherapy practice in London in the early 2000s, he loved the work. But after seeing 15+ patients/week, back to back for several years, he was on the edge of total burnout. He took a break for a few months, and realized that a business […]

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015: Monetizing Expertise Online with Grant Weherley

Grant started his bootstrapping career in his hometown of Lexington Kentucky with building online courses as side projects. After a few months of running these courses on the side, he realized the potential of these courses to become a real business. Today he has over 8,000 students on Udemy, and, in addition to his own […]

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014: Bootstrapping Sustainable Products

Gabrielle Lods has always had a passion for sustainability, and after reading the Four Hour Work Week, decided to start working on her own product. After a thorough analysis, she discovered a interesting opportunity that ticked all of her boxes – social impact, sustainability, location independent, etc – and Sustainabum, a sustainable diaper manufacturing venture, was […]

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