The Interview Series For Entrepreneurs

Rob Anspach interviews talented entrepreneurs who demonstrate an eagerness to share their experiences, their knowledge and their stories to help others succeed.

Discover How To Improve Your Superpower…

Each one of us has the power to be better at what we do. Yet, sometimes we are stuck and not sure the direction we need to go. The key is to learn from others and to become the next E-Hero.

And Be A Hero To Other Entrepreneurs.

That’s right, you too can become a hero to other entrepreneurs. 

"This was an awesome interview. One of my favorites! Thank you for having me on, my friend!"

– Adam Hommey

“Loved the interview Rob Anspach. Great questions, great host.”

– Christine Schlonski

"It was solid gold fun!"

– Steve Sims

"Rob is the best. Sarcasm and all 😊"

– Manuj Aggarwal

"Always enjoy chatting with Rob."

-Paul Douglas

“Rob Anspach is one of the most talented and gracious podcast hosts I’ve ever had the pleasure of working with - and I’ve “guested” on hundreds of shows!”

-Ben Gay III

"Great time and thought provoking interview. Rob is a true pro and Trailblazer 🔥"

-Tony Rubleski

“Rob Anspach you are THE BEST interviewer on earth. You phrase your questions, continue the conversation and bring out the best in your expert. It is a privilege to be your guest. Thank you.”

-Parthiv Shah

"Rob is a great host, we had a conversation around business with some good laughs mixed in."

-David Brown

"It was fun chatting with you Rob, thanks a million for the invite to share Millionaire Marketing on a Shoestring Budget tips with your peeps!"

-Debra Jason

"Rob Anspach~ thank you for including me in such a great lineup!"

-Lisa Kennedy

"I ALWAYS enjoy chatting with Rob. He's a genuine, what-you-see-is-what-you-get kinda guy, and his public persona and private persona are one-in-the-same!"

-Michael E. Schmidlen 

Rob’s Newest E-Heroes Interviews…

Ep 199 – The Perfect Pitch

Ep 199 – The Perfect Pitch

Rob Anspach interviews Forbes Riley the Queen of the Perfect Pitch on her career as an actor, host, spokesperson and receiving the Presidential Achievement Award. Forbes shared stories of overcoming adversity, working with celebrities and selling billions of dollars...

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Ep 198 – Personal Growth & Leadership

Ep 198 – Personal Growth & Leadership

Rob Anspach interviews Morty Hodge on BHAGs (Big Hairy Audacious Goals), Inc Magazine, growing a multi location company, having a positive impact on team members and the community and getting inspired by Walt Disney.

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Ep 197 – Subtle Skills

Ep 197 – Subtle Skills

Rob Anspach interviews Brian Galke about eyebrows, facial analysis and the art of building rapport to connect with people to increase sales, improve customer service and enhance professional relationships.

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Ep 196 – Going Hollywood

Ep 196 – Going Hollywood

Rob Anspach interviews script writer and movie producer Jonathan Thompson on taking your book, idea or manuscript to a global audience, how to tell your story and why terrestrial TV might be a better avenue over streaming.

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Ep 194 – Letting Shit Go

Ep 194 – Letting Shit Go

Rob Anspach interviews Case Erickson about authenticity, the 12 steps, coach surfing, not being the center of the universe and about Men Who Shine.

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Ep 191 – Podcast Secrets

Ep 191 – Podcast Secrets

Rob Anspach interviews Michael Neeley about creating authority and a livable income through podcasting, why monetization is important, the importance of reverse engineering, when to use cohosts and what podfading is all about.

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A Message To PR Firms & Those Wanting To Be On This Podcast:

 

I don’t accept unsolicited requests to be on my podcast. The only way to appear on my podcast is if:

(1) I send a personal invite or

(2) someone that’s been on the podcast suggests I reach out.

 

Now you might be wondering why…well I’ll tell ya. Unsolicited requests usually come from some PR company trying to get their client on a predetermined number of podcasts. The PR company hasn’t really done a good job vetting their client or seeing if my podcast is a right fit.

 

When I invite someone on my podcast it’s because I see the uniqueness in them, I see how they interact with people and I believe they have a cool story to share. Those who have been on my show get a sense of what I’m about and suggest awesome people that they know will be willing to share their superpowers with my listeners.

 

If you’ve been on my show…thank you. Without you I couldn’t have done over 200 episodes. For those who haven’t been on the show yet (or another’s podcast), keep doing awesome things and hopefully I or another podcaster appreciates you and invites you on. If you do get an invite…say YES!

 

Your uniqueness could be the exact thing a listener needs to hear to go from a struggling entrepreneur to a global phenomenon.

 

~ Rob Anspach