Jonny Nastor, host of Hack the Entrepreneur, shares why he's unemployable and how to build an audience and different businesses.

Guest Biography

Jon Nastor helps professionals scale and automate their businesses with digital marketing. He is the creator and host of Hack the Entrepreneur, which has received 4.8 million downloads, since its launch in 2014.

Jon is a proud dad, husband and online entrepreneur who loves creating, marketing and selling cool things online.

Even the best products in the world do not sell themselves, it has never happened and it never will. Jon has built his own business and several client’s businesses with his understanding of how to create and build products, and more importantly, take them to market.Unable since birth to settle for how things should be, he constantly aims to satisfy pains and frustrations with products that make people’s life easier.

He is the creator of, a platform for music nerds to collect and share all the bands you’ve seen live.

Jon spent his earlier years traveling coast-to-coast across Canada playing drums in several punk rock bands. Although not a punk in fashion, he has never let go of the D.I.Y. ethic that taught him: if you want something to change, you have to do it, get it done, or stop complaining about it.

In this episode, you'll learn:

  • How to put a successful team together and Jon's thoughts on the best ownership structure.
  • The importance of building an audience for your business.
  • Working through imposter syndrome.

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