FP054: What I Learnt From Interviewing Richard Branson

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In this weeks episode, Nathan goes through in detail the steps he took to interview Sir Richard Branson for a Foundr Magazine front cover story and what he learnt from the whole process.

 

If you would like to check this interview out, you can download Foundr Magazine on any Tablet or Mobile device on the iTunes and Android stores.

 

iTunes – www.foundrmag.com/itunes

Android – www.foundrmag.com/android

 

In this episode you will learn:

The key things Nathan took away from Interviewing Richard Branson

How to get in touch with hard to reach people

The secret strategy to convince influencers to be interviewed for your magazine / show

Why this interview was game changing for Foundr Magazine

& much more!


  • Gin McInneny

    Some great learnings here for any startup! Thanks Nathan.

    • http://foundrmag.com/ Nathan Chan

      You’re welcome Gin! Glad you enjoyed it 🙂

    • http://foundrmag.com/ Nathan Chan

      You’re welcome Gin 🙂

  • Freddie Elborne

    Nathan, I found this insight really great. These principles stand exactly alongside how I have been trying to build with my brand, and It has motivated me to keep on trying to make it be the best it can be. Thanks!

  • Eric Lentz

    The perspective on your staff being willing to buy your product is an interesting one. I notice with a lot of business examples, it is really easy to grasp on a B2C level, but on a B2B level it is a tad more complex. Nevertheless, that commitment to a brand/product/service is a thought I’m going to file away for when I need to hire, as my staff is currently virtual and doesn’t interact with the customer. Good one!

  • https://wahawatches.com Melvin Hollenberg

    Hi Nathan, I totally agree that leadership is important and is often overlooked. A team that is activally involved in the business instead of just working for you is much more efficient. This type of leadership to involve and trust the team is very common in the armed forces and for a good reason.

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