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Jason Feifer

Jason Feifer

Entrepreneur Staff / Editor-in-Chief
Jason Feifer is the editor-in-chief of Entrepreneur magazine, and the host of two podcasts: Problem Solvers, about entrepreneurs solving unexpected problems in their business, and Pessimists Archive  a history of unfounded fears of innovation. He’s @heyfeifer on Twitter and Instagram.

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Problem Solvers Podcast

What to Do When Your Product Goes From Beloved to Hated on Amazon

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Problem Solvers Podcast

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Problem Solvers Podcast

Podcast: This Founder Shares Why the Philosophy 'Don't Hire 'Til It Hurts' Went Horribly Wrong for His Company

In the latest episode of 'Problem Solvers,' the co-founder of software company Zapier talks about not only knowing how to hire a stellar team but when to onboard people.
Problem Solvers Podcast

How DraftKings Survived And Made Daily Fantasy Sports Legal

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Problem Solvers Podcast

After Realizing Customers Didn't Share Her Vision, an Entrepreneur Makes a Big Change -- And Sales Grew More Than $3 Million

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Problem Solvers Podcast

Podcast: From a $50 Consulting Gig to Millions of Website Visitors, How 'The Points Guy' Turned His Idea Into a Booming Business

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Branding

HelloFresh Thought People Wanted Beautiful Food. They Didn't.

After realizing its brand positioning wasn't resonating with customers, the company decided to mess things up a bit.
Problem Solvers Podcast

Podcast: How The Founder at This Sleepaway Camp for Grownups Scaled Himself

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Want the Upper Hand? Ask the Dumb Questions.

Take it from a journalist: You can learn a lot when you shelve your ego.
Problem Solvers Podcast

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Podcasts

Podcast: What to Do When Your Best-Laid Plans Turn Out Wrong

In the new episode of Entrepreneur's podcast 'Problem Solvers,' we learn from a founder who reworked everything after only six months.
Podcasts

How Do You Keep Buyers and Sellers Inside Your Marketplace? (Podcast)

In the new episode of Entrepreneur's podcast "Problem Solvers," we learn from a founder who cracked this code.
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Why This Entrepreneur Scaled Back His No. 1 Product

When Dogfish Head created a hit beer, it did what seemed crazy at the time: It turned down sales.
Podcast

What Every Entrepreneur Can Learn From the Bicycle

The new episode of Pessimists Archive explores why many companies feared, hated, and resisted the bicycle. But of course, change can't be stopped.