Seth Czerepak podcast

Podcast 47: Reputation is Gold

Your reputation is your most valuable asset. But, how do you build and protect it? Here’s why it’s not just about “getting positive reviews…”

Podcast 46: The Myth of Security

How many would-be entrerpeneurs fall for the myth that having a job is “more secure?” It’s not. And I can prove it, mathematically and philosophically.

Podcast 45: Principle of Gender

Order and Momentum. These two basic laws of the universe are also the secret to running a succesful business. Here’s how you align yourself to them…

Podcast 44: Truth About “USPs”

USP (Unique Selling Positions) is one of the most misunderstood AND underestimated ideas in business. Here’s my philosophy on USPs and how they really work…

Podcast 43: Learn from Chaos

Chaos happens. Some entrepreneurs are destroyed by it. Others learn and prosper in spite of it. These three habits make all the difference…

Podcast 42: Above the Snakeline

There’s a line on a mountain, where oxygen is so thin, small animals, like snakes, can’t survive. There’s a similar level you reach as an entrepreneur…

Podcast 40: Industry Imposters

Is your industry full of “imposters?” People who chase opportunity, but have no real passion for the profession or it’s customers? Here’s how you thrive in spite of them…

Podcast 39: Shiny Objects

Bright shiny object syndrome brings down more new entrepreneurs than almost anything else. Here’s how you beat this devilish distraction…

Podcast 38: False Prophets

I call them the “false prophets” of entrepreneurship. Here’s how to make yourself mentally, and emotionally “bulletproof” to their BS…

Podcast 37: On Dumping Drama

Drama – personal and professional – will sabotage your business faster than anything. What can you do about it? Here are three tips that I’ve found VERY effective…

Podcast 35: Dreamers vs Achievers

What separates entrepreneurs from dreamers? The answer is so simple. But so many few people possess this core, defining character trait of successful entrepreneurs…

Podcast 34: On Breaking Plateaus

Ever been on the edge of a breakthrough, and knocked off track at the last minute? Maybe by something totally out of your control? Here’s how you break that pattern…

Podcast 32: Imposter Syndrome

Imposter syndrome is mostly physiological. It has very little to do with your beliefs about what you’re capable of as a new freelance entrepreneur. The problem isn’t the anxiety. That’s normal and will only go away with experience. What matters is the STORY you tell yourself about why you’re anxious. Our left brain fears uncertainty. It likes labels. It NEEDS to put a label on…

Podcast 31: Staying Happily Married

If there’s one thing you should know about marriage and entrepreneurship, it’s that you’ll never turn your non-entrepreneur spouse into an entrepreneur. The harder you try, the more you’ll ruin your marriage. This is because being an entrepreneur isn’t just about running your own business. I’ve met business owners who weren’t entrepreneurs by the definition of the word.

Podcast 30: Fleeting Depression

Working at home, by yourself, can create frequent fluctuations between depression and motivation. Sometimes, you’re a whirlwind of activity and motivation. Other times, you just don’t have the energy to do anything but sit there and stare at your to-do list. How can you cut out these “slumps” and be motivated and productive all the time?

Podcast 29: A.I. and Copywriting

Will artificial intelligence replace writers? People started asking this back in 2015. I saw the discussions on forums, on social media, and in blog posts. The debate is still happening. In my opinion, those who assume that A.I. will ultimately replace writers are morons who don’t understand writing or human nature. They’ll be replaced first. But some writers never will.

Podcast 28: Beating Bad Decisions

How to overcome writing anxiety and bad decision making. Some states of mind are so negative, or anxious, you should ignore even your own advice, your own reasoning and your own interpretations of circumstances while in this state. Too many times, we get anxious, angry or depressed, and our left brain looks for reasons, and these reasons aren’t always valid.