The Unconventionalists with Mark Lerusteactive
Publisher |
Mark Leruste
The Unconventionalists podcast is a weekly show about what it's really like to start a mission driven business featuring guests such as Chris Guillebeau, Noah Kagan, Sarah Knight, JP Sears, Rebecca Tracey, Daniel Priestley or the founders of TheMinimalists.com. Listeners often say that each episode feels like eavesdropping on an intimate conversation between two old friends catching up over a drink and chatting about what it is really like to start up a company and build an audience that is excited about what you're trying to do. From making Philip McKernan cry to asking Milly Toovey about the fear of showing vulnerability online, host Mark Leruste is an expert at using his warm manner to tease out the truth and create moments of total honesty with his ever-growing roster of world-class guests ranging from best-selling authors, entrepreneurs, politicians, athletes and adventurers.
Country Of Origin |
United Kingdom
Produced In |
London, England
Premiere Date |
2015-07-13
Related Hashtags |
#TheUnconventionalists
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Periodic

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