Welcome back to “The Art of Making Things Happen with Steve Sims,” where we dive into the minds of those who excel at turning visions into reality. In today’s episode, we’re excited to host the irrepressible Noah Kagan, a remarkable entrepreneur famed for founding Appsumo, his tenure at Facebook, and his profound insights on both personal and professional growth.
Noah will share his incredible journey from cutting his tech teeth at Intel to Facebook and then to spurring the substantial success of Appsumo, now a company with nearly $80 million in annual revenue. We’ll unravel his philosophy on the importance of starting things you love and why enjoying the process is as critical as the success itself.
He’ll reveal insights from his latest venture, milliondollarweekend.com, and delve deep into his motivations for writing his book—not for financial gain, but as a challenge to his own fears and a testament to help others thrive in business.
We’ll get Noah’s take on overcoming the paralysis of fear and failure, the life-changing power of coaching, and the role of mentorship, even touching upon how Mark Zuckerberg’s desire for help influenced his own path.
So, if you’re ready to be inspired, to reject living a “what if” life, and to take the actionable steps that Noah champions for success, then buckle up. This is an episode that promises to not just motivate but also equip you with the mindset to go out and make things happen!
And remember, if you’re hungry for more thought-provoking discussions with creative disruptors like Noah, join us at the Sims Distillery. But for now, let’s jump right into the conversation with Noah Kagan.
Hit subscribe, invite your friends to listen along, and let’s get into it. See you on the other side!