The Wired Clip acquires TheAsianEntrepreneur.com, making its mark on the Podcasting Industry.
TheWiredClip.com, a leader in the podcasting and podcast hosting and software review space, has acquired TheAsianEntrepreneur.com. This merger increases the vision of the Entrepreneur Podcast and will continue to provide value to its existing audience and listeners.
The Asian Entrepreneurs primary goal was to deliver insight, wisdom and encouragement from connected and influential businessmen and businesswomen via the Entrepreneur Podcast and platform. The podcast went deep into the mindset and life of sometimes famous and sometimes up and coming Asian Entrepreneurs. Something essential when starting a podcast from scratch.
“As we hear from these Asian Entrepreneurs on the show, we’ll cover issues and topics such as what caused them to develop their product or service? What does their journey into and through their Entrepreneurial life look like? How do they dealRajiv
with fear of failure? What drives them to keep forging ahead in the face of adversity?”
The Asian Entrepreneur podcast was about many topics such ad how to navigated a potentially risky deal, and what is the one gold nugget they would pass onto us when we want to give up?
This is also a source for understanding the Asian business mind and marketplace. If you foresee or are currently doing business with the Asian community then listening in may give you insight that you won’t get from books. It’s a look inside
what really makes and drives the Asian businessman or woman. It’ll help you stay ahead and gives you the skills to relate to the Asian way of business.
The Entrepreneur Podcast
On the podcast we are going to hear from people who are accomplished in 1 or more areas of business and/or life. What I aim to do is allow the guest to introduce himself or herself, give a little background about what they do and then highlight skills or
wisdom which has allowed them to be at the top of their game.
On the show, the Entrepreneurs will be guided to share what mindset or skill has made them successful and are then encouraged to elaborate about how they believe it has helped them and how they advise us to incorporate that mindset or skill into
our business and/or life.
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An additional purpose of the show is to provide relevant applicable information that works so you don’t have to reinvent processes and you can avoid the mistakes others have made. To be able to take the advice and experience of others and own it
and live it yourself using your own personality and viewpoint is priceless.
With my more than 14 years’ experience in startups and Client Management, I know what matters and how to bring out the best in my guest. When you leave the show, you should absorb some new knowledge and wisdom and have something new to
Find out more or listen to the Podcasts on Podbean.
Wired Clip continues to grow a website dedicated to podcasters. Podcasting is difficult when starting out as an entrepreneur. Some of the top podcasters like Joe Rogan or Pat Flynn all started out from square one.
We wanted to create the best resource available for beginner podcasters to decide if they should start a podcast or not. Since the very beginning of wiredclip.com, we continue to share the latest podcast reviews, top podcast episodes, hosting comparisons and tips on podcasting for all levels.
A note from the founder:
It was only last year in 2021 when Wired Clip acquired Tape Write and to be merging with the very Entrepreneur podcast I used to listen to back in 2016 when starting out my journey truly is humbling.
Brett Robinson – Wired Clip
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