Glenn Geller is super savvy when it comes to tech and innovation, having created some amazing businesses and technology that we all know and use. Today he talks about his newest piece of technology, Symposium.
Symposium is a live broadcasting marketplace that essentially gives anyone in the world a pay-per-view style channel that they can make money from anywhere. Mark describes it as a mix of EventBright and Zoom and Glenn throws in a few more components like Google calendars and third-party payment solutions, like Stripe.
You might recognize some of his other brainchildren:
- The prepaid debit card
- Tap to pay
- Internet kiosks and other self-service touchscreen devices like the ones you find at hotels
Listen in to this interesting conversation as Glenn tells us how he went from creating a show control program for the theater to creating some of the world’s most used technology.
You can’t allow anybody to judge you for your talents, because it’s really not judgment, it’s envy and jealousy.
He also answers the questions:
- How does Symposium differs from Clarity?
- If you have a small business, like land investing, what would be the three most important components of getting traction in the marketplace?
Plus, Glenn gives advice for app launching.
Then, Mark asks Glenn the deep questions, including:
When you’ve achieved the level of success that you have and you’re on top of the mountain and you don’t need to do anything else, where do you find the purpose, or the why, to scale all the way back down and go through those trials and tribulations to climb all the way back up again?
Find out Glenn’s answer and so much more on today’s episode of The Art of Passive Income!
TIP OF THE WEEK
Mark: Learn more about the Symposium app.
Scott: Check out TenOneDesign for guest wi-fi connections.
Glenn: An Uber hack—Uber with the Pool option. It not only saves you money, you’ll never know you’re going to meet.
Isn’t it time to create passive income so you can work where you want, when you want and with whomever you want?
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