Team Land Geek gains some insightful knowledge from Yaro Starak’s lengthy career as a serial entrepreneur.
Yaro is the co-founder of InboxDone.com, an email management company.
Yaro has made 30+ angel investments in tech startups including LeadIQ, FitBod, Steezy and Nutrisense, has property investments in Canada and Ukraine, and in partnership built a 3.6MW solar farm.
During the mid-2000s Yaro sold his first company, BetterEdit.com, then built an online education business, Blog Mastermind, selling over $2 Million of his books and online courses, as he traveled the world, living in 26 different cities.
Yaro has been featured in Sky News, Forbes, Entrepreneur Magazine, Huffington Post, Business Insider, Foundr and hundreds of media outlets and events.
Joining Mark this episode are:
- Scott Bossman
- Erik Peterson
- Tate Litchfield
- Teria Harris
Yaro shares his story and career including:
- How he got started as an entrepreneur
- How he manages all his projects while avoiding burnout
- What kind of systems help his business grow without him
- What keeps him motivated
- His inspiration for InBoxDone
- How he knows when it’s time to make a change in his business
As a digital nomad, Yaro also discloses–out of all the places he’s been–where he would choose to permanently live and work?
TIP OF THE WEEK
If you’re not doing it already, get yourself an email responder to experience the power of email marketing with automation. It’s low cost and so simple to get up and running and continues to deliver value over time as new people discover the email sequence.
My tip is life changing. Go to InBoxDone.com. It’s amazing what this service will do for you. Schedule your calendar, handle confirmations, support customers, compile research reports, delegate tasks, find the best travel deals and much, much more.
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