The format of this particular show is a little different than what you have come to expect. Matt calls it the Soapbox – and he’s introducing it as a good way for us to get to know him better.

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How do you master the inner game of success and achieve success in business in a personal capacity? To get the answer Matt Brown reaches out to his good friend Bruce Muzik, who has built a 7-figure business by helping entrepreneurs and executives overcome the challenges and pressures of running a business. Bruce gives practical advice that can be used straight away.

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Vincent Magwenya is a good friend of Matt’s. He is also the previous Communications Strategist and Spokesperson for the Presidency of South Africa, which after the Finance Minister’s job must be one of the hardest jobs to do well in the entire country. Pay specific attention to some of the stories that he shares about his time inside the Presidency…

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It seems that almost every major brand is trying to capture the attention of the youth market (sometimes referred to as millennials) – but for entrepreneurs with a product or service that is focused at the youth, it can be a very difficult market to break into. Jason Levin is the head of HDI – Africa’s leading youth marketing and activations agency. Matt explores the underlying dynamics of the youth with him, and how to break through the status quo as an entrepreneur.

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The Alpha-Exchange is a New York-based startup that is disrupting a $20 billion equity research market. Matt Brown reached out to the founders who were in the throes of the Barclays Accelerator programme. Scott Winship is the co-founder and head of product – in this episode he and Matt go inside the Barclays Accelerator programme, discuss the value of open business models and much, much more.

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Andrew Smith is the co-founder and CEO of Yuppiechef.com – one of South Africa’s premier eCommerce retailers. In this episode Matt unpacks the meat and potatoes of how the brand was built and the lessons that the founders have learnt over the past 10 years.

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Matt explores one entrepreneur’s journey into the world of artificial intelligence (AI) and how he has created the world’s first “cognitive finance” product which is disrupting a $16 trillion wealth management industry. Enter Nathan Stevenson.

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Matt Brown unpacks disruptive innovation with Jim Harris, one of North America’s foremost management consultants, authors and thinkers on disruptive innovation, leadership, innovation, organisational change, future trends and mitigating risk. Jim is a #1 international best-selling author and his last book, ‘Blind Sided!’ was published in over 80 countries worldwide.

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In this episode Matt uncovers what it’s like to run one of the world’s most visible marketing companies. Rand Fishkin is the founder of the Seattle-based Moz, one of the most visible companies in the marketing world, which includes an online community of more than one million globally-based digital marketers.

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In this episode Matt explores “the fear of failure” and how entrepreneurs can overcome it and ultimately succeed. Allon Raiz is regarded both locally and globally as a pioneer and maverick in the business incubation industry. He is the founder and CEO of RaizCorp, the only privately held, unfunded and profitable business incubator on the African continent, currently supporting in excess of a massive 500 businesses.

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