#42 – Pete Sisco on Building an Online Business to Achieve Personal Freedom

This week’s guest is Pete Sisco from Resilient Personal Freedom. In 1996, he decided to invest $300 in himself and start his first online business. Five years later, he monetized that website. 15 years later, it has made him millions, and he still consistently makes an income from it, among other online businesses.

After living the conventional life in Idaho with his wife for many years, and after his 6 kids grew up and moved out, Pete and his wife were ready for a different lifestyle. Knowing that their online income source was portable, they decided to sell everything and live out of their suitcases while traveling the world. 10 years later, they’re still at it.

In fact, he did the interview at the place they’re currently staying at in Ireland. We talk about how technology is helping people make predictable monthly income online, why minimalism is a smart way to live, why working in a cubicle is actually more of a risk, how you can achieve an insane amount of personal freedom, and so much more.
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#41 – Andrea Lake Teaches Us How She’s Made Millions Selling Tshirts & Stickers

Today’s featured guest is Andrea Lake. Back when she was 18, she decided to skip college and just go straight into building a business. Her first business started as small as a business can start, but it still grew pretty quick, especially for someone right out of high school.

A few years later, Andrea decided to give clothing a chance and built her first apparel business. I’ll let her explain all the various things she did with the clothing lines, but this was also around the time when she had some stickers printed too.
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#40 – 8 Things I Learned From My First Year of Podcasting

So it’s been a couple months since I posted the last episode. I know. I’m sorry.

I needed a break, and I kept making the break longer and longer. After two months, I said, this is enough, let’s dive back into this podcast hardcore.

Episode 40 is all about the things I’ve learned in my first year of podcasting. I’ve learned a lot about the process, people, the tech side of things, the world, and myself.

There were 39 episodes posted in the first year, I took a two month break, and from now until the end of July 2017, I hope to publish at least 50 episodes. It’s all about consistency, and just putting in the work. Taking action is so simple, but things that are simple aren’t always easy. But it just takes that first step.

Anyways, I hope you’re glad to have more Risk Without Regret episodes coming through your feed, and I really appreciate you for listening and for following along with me on this exciting journey!

Enjoy this episode and be sure to subscribe to the podcast here!
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#39 – Why Jake Kelfer Left His LA Lakers Internship to Pursue His Passions

When Jake reached out to me, I was instantly intrigued by him. At the young age of 23, he has accomplished a lot of things, and has even inspired me to hustle harder.

He recently launched his new book, Elevate Beyond, and it has already seen instant success. We’ll talk about the book, his speaking engagements, and why he left his internship with the Los Angeles Lakers.

I don’t want to give away the whole story, so be sure to listen and I promise you’ll be motivated to take action after hearing Jake’s story.

I hope you enjoy this episode and be sure to subscribe to the podcast here!
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#38 – How I Started Mini Truck Scene and Went From Photography to Apparel

Back in 2011, I had no idea what a simple domain name purchase would lead to. It initially started as a place to store my truck show photography, but over the years, that grew to all sorts of merchandise.

I started small, just some stickers, koozies, and super basic tshirts. For awhile, I even carried some products like DVDs from other companies in the scene.

In early 2013, I was ready to take this idea to a whole new level. My first vendor booth weekend was a success and I was hooked.

Listen to my story from how this idea became a reality, how my photography led to starting a clothing line, how I was able to finance everything, some simple tips I learned along the way, and so much more.

I hope you enjoy this episode and be sure to subscribe to the podcast here! And of course, leave a comment below if you have any questions or feel free to drop me an email.
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