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The hustle behind The Final Pitch is deeply rooted in the idea of paying it forward, especially in a society where the competition for greatness has incredible increased. In this episode, Ronster chats with John Aguilar, the executive producer of The Final Pitch. John more than willingly shares the wide variety of hustles he has experienced from high school all the way up to where he currently stands. He discusses the evolution of his careers, his other business ventures, as well as the development and execution of his show The Final Pitch, which is currently at its fourth season. John also offers some valuable pieces of advice for more than just entrepreneurs, but also for public speakers and all us everyday hustlers to better our craft and ultimately strive for the best we could possibly be. This episode is powered by Payoneer and is a proud affiliate of the Podcast Network.
Starting a nationally well-known business can come from the most unconventional of places, like a Youtube video. In this episode, Ronster chats with Paco Magsaysay, the founder of the widely known and appreciated Carmen's Best Ice Cream. Paco discussed more just his hustles throughout his life, but also his take on the value of work. He shares his simple yet effective motivations, as well as his formula, tactics, and strategies on being a good salesman. Discussing the fascinating beginnings of Carmen's Best, Paco ensures that the hustle behind starting, running, and maintaining a Filipino made ice cream brand is a story and experience that should be heard. This episode is sponsored by Payoneer, and is a proud affiliate of Podcast Network.
Making use of data and numbers for the common good is a trick not everybody has up their sleeve. In this episode, Ronster chats with Data Activist Wilson Chua as he explains his advocacy to use data for the benefit of individuals, communities, and institutions. Wilson wholeheartedly shares his voyage throughout his numerous different hustles over years, ultimately leading to the spot he currently occupies today. He shares insightful pieces of advice for entrepreneurs, and discusses in detail the problems, methodology, and findings of his research.
Originality can be quite hard to find especially now in a society where content creation is as easy as pushing a button. In this episode, Ronster chats with CEO of Engineered Truth and Youtuber Matthew Tran to talk about what goes on behind the scenes of being a Youtuber--his motivations along with his own personal experiences. Matthew shares more than just advice for vlogger beginners, but also shares his own channel's beginnings, development, and eventual future.
The hustle behind Ellana Cosmetics is a story filled with its constant and ongoing development. In this episode, Ronster chats with Theresa and Diego Buenaflor, the power couple behind Ellana Mineral Cosmetics, as they hop on the Hustleshare Time Machine and discuss the early days of the company before the boom of online shopping. They share exactly what makes their brand special, as well as both the risks and achievements the company has overcome. They discuss budgeting, finances, influencer marketing, and provide encouraging advice and tips for fellow equally driven entrepreneurs and makeup and skincare junkies.
Contrary to popular belief, the hustle of a Pinoy Growth Hacker involves more than just marketing. In this Quickie, Ronster chats with Ping Rivero, Co-Founder of Cognity Labs and Growth Hacker at Gabi, where they discuss what growth hacking truly is and what comes with it. Ping not only shares his experiences getting into tech, but also talks about the course of his development and the lessons he has learned throughout his career, offering countless advice to tech enthusiasts looking into his field.
What is the difference between a Project Manager and a Product Manager? In this Quickie, Ronster has a chat with Mika Reyes, Product Manager of LinkedIn, who discusses what it is like being a Product Manager in one of the biggest startups in the world, and why she loves it so much. She also shares her journey in startups, where it has taken her, and what she is doing next to help Filipino startups get to the next level.
It takes more than just creativity to get through the advertising industry, and the hustle of being an ex advertising agency veteran proves it. In this episode, Ronster continues the marketing series with Eileen Borromeo, South-East Asia Marketing Head of Payoneer. Eileen shares not only her journey in the realms of advertising, but also shares what it takes for young marketing enthusiasts to make it through. She also shares how she manages to balance her personal and private life with her hustle.
Bouncing back from failure in the creative industry is an extremely hard achievement. In this episode, Ronster chats with Luis Arcangel, Founder and CEO of Montgomery Fitch, to talk about how he led his team to bounce back after almost losing everything to becoming a multi-awarded ad agency led by millenials. Luis is also going to share how he started his journey as a balikbayan and the difficulties he had to face running a business and teaching as a professor at the same time. Luis is also going to share how it is to work best with millenials and how to keep top notch talent and many more in this incredible episode.