The DOcast: People doing the Unthinkable
By Richard Hanley Jr.
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The DOcast is bring your real insight from people that are literally changing the world — people doing the unthinkable. With focus on entrepreneurship, marketing, food industry, and living the good live.
||CleanJay Ducote 2: Bite & Booze &… Barbecue (The DOcast)||A year and half ago when I first sat down with Jay Ducote, he told me his story of how he got started in the blogging world and rose to be a prominent food blogger in the South. He also mentioned a barbecue sauce that he was working on. Well,||8/13/2014||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanMark Ramadan: Ketchup with Food Industry, Fast (The DOcast)||In a world of great gourmet foods and options, Mark Ramadan discovered that ketchup has always been just ketchup. Mark, and friend Scott Norton, had the idea to make a better ketchup than the standard highly processed brand on the market.||6/20/2014||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanIdo Leffler: Yes To Rapid Growth (The DOcast)||Ido Leffler and his partner Lance Kalish took Yes To Carrots, a small and vibrant natural skin care brand in Israel, from a measly 6 products in 16 stores, to a global brand with 100 products in 28,000 stores in 29 countries — in less than 5 years.||5/16/2014||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanJeff Herman: Hustling the Deaux (The DOcast)||When Jeff Herman went on a trip to Mary Lee Donuts, he realized there was a crucial gap in the doughnut market in Baton Rouge, and he asked himself how hard could it be to build a better doughnut shop? (famous last words) He was 23 years old and fresh ...||4/24/2014||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanDerek Sivers: Systematizing Friendliness (The DOcast)||In the early dawn of the internet, it wasn't easy for an independent artist to sell their music online — so Derek, an musician himself, decided to create a system where he could. Then his friends, and friends of friends,||2/17/2014||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanBradley Sanchez: Do It, or Watch It Be Done (The DOcast)||Do you want to know what it takes to startup your own restaurant? Well then, meet Bradley Sanchez, he went to school for art, worked on Broadway Street, and started his first restaurant, The Salad Shop, by the age of 25. -||1/31/2014||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanRobbie Vitrano: Building a Brand (The DOcast)||Robbie Vitrano started an ad-agency in New Orleans, Trumpet, that took a major part in the city's recovery from Hurricane Katrina. He co-founded Naked Pizza, an international pizza chain that uses simple, wholesome, natural ingredients. And Idea Village,||12/3/2013||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanDavid Heinemeier Hansson: Grow Slow & Profitable (The DOcast)||Do you know what Twitter, Groupon, and Shopify have in common — Ruby on Rails. It's a game changer in the way web-base applications are made for developers. It's also happens to be a by-product when David Heinemeier Hansson was building Basecamp (whic||10/29/2013||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanPatrick Fellows: Talk Less, Do More (The DOcast)||Patrick Fellows — this guy defines the sport of business. Starting a business is hard. Finishing a triathlon, swimming 32 miles, launching a foundation, a marathon, a food truck, and a restaurant… all while having a day-job — is even harder.||8/28/2013||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanHolly Clegg: The Queen of Quick (The DOcast)||For college, Holly came down to New Orleans to learn about cooking and absolutely fell in love with Louisiana's culture and cuisine. She's dubbed as the "Queen of Quick" with her best selling Trim & Terrific cookbook series selling over 1 million books...||8/11/2013||Free||View in iTunes|