Forbes Under 30

Forbes Under 30 podcast is about young innovators, disruptors and entrepreneurs. This weekly show, hosted by Steve Goldbloom, features guests who are taking big chances to achieve the not-so-small goal of changing the world.

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The Minimalists's Approach To Everything

Authors, podcasters and filmmakers Joshua Fields Millburn and Ryan...Authors, podcasters and filmmakers Joshua Fields Millburn and Ryan Nicodemus had lucrative, corporate careers until they didn't. Childhood friends, together they went in search of seeking less material, but more meaning. Now, they're spreading the word about their mission to remove all the unnecessary in our lives so we, if we choose to, can live a minimalist lifestyle too.   Show More

50:59 7/19/2017

Past Episodes

Galen Welsch started Jibu, a for-profit social enterprise with the intention of making money and an impact at the same time. Hear how he is building up his company, training people in Uganda, Rwanda and Kenya to own Jibu franchises, which bring clean drinking water to their communities.
46:14 7/12/2017
YouTube was mega-influencer Bethany Mota's initial mode of communication, but the Forbes Under-30 List alum is branching out creatively by writing a book, Make Your Mind Up. Tune in to hear more about the ancient days of YouTube and the sensational social media road Mota continues to travel.
48:04 7/5/2017
Manager Michael George has been scouting talent since he was a teenager in New York. Nearly five years ago, he spotted then 17-year-old Martin Garrix, now an international sensation in the electronic dance music (EDM) scene, and brought him into the fold at Scooter Braun's SB Projects. Hear about George's approach to management and how he finds talent.
48:04 6/28/2017
Moziah "Mo" Bridges is the 15-year-old CEO of Mo's Bows. The Memphis-based company, which he launched at the ripe young age of nine, specializes in handmade bow ties. The entrepreneur discusses his family business and industry takeover.
32:00 6/21/2017
Founder & CEO of Swipe Out Hunger, Rachel Sumekh reveals the entrepreneurial secrets that accelerated her non-profit all the way to national recognition from then President Obama.
45:01 6/14/2017
Award-winning musician, singer and songwriter Lights discusses her career and latest project, Skin and Earth. The concept album and comic book series was written and illustrated all by Lights and is being teased out monthly from May through September.
40:01 6/7/2017
As founder of the YMCA Jerusalem Youth Chorus, Michah Hendler found an artistic salve to conflict by creating a group comprised of young Israeli and Palestinian talents.
45:59 6/1/2017
Hello Alfred, an errand-service company founded by Marcela Sapone, will grab your groceries and pick up your dry cleaning -- any chore that will save the customer time. The business has tested well in Boston, New York and San Francisco. Sapone shares what inspired the company and how it's primed to spread nationwide.
42:31 5/24/2017
New to the Hollywood big time, rising star Charles Rogers is the co-creator of TBS's breakout comedy, "Search Party." Rogers came onto the scene after his film "Fort Tilden" picked up the grand jury prize at SXSW in 2014. He and fellow NYU collaborator Sara-Violet Bliss have been on a tear ever since. Listen to Rogers discuss his creative partnerships and whirlwind career.
55:50 5/17/2017

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Authors, podcasters and filmmakers Joshua Fields Millburn and Ryan Nicodemus had lucrative, corporate careers until they didn't. Childhood friends, together they went in search of seeking less material, but more meaning. Now, they're spreading the word about their mission to remove all the unnecessary in our lives so we, if we choose to, can live a minimalist lifestyle too.
50:59 7/19/2017
Galen Welsch started Jibu, a for-profit social enterprise with the intention of making money and an impact at the same time. Hear how he is building up his company, training people in Uganda, Rwanda and Kenya to own Jibu franchises, which bring clean drinking water to their communities.
46:14 7/12/2017
YouTube was mega-influencer Bethany Mota's initial mode of communication, but the Forbes Under-30 List alum is branching out creatively by writing a book, Make Your Mind Up. Tune in to hear more about the ancient days of YouTube and the sensational social media road Mota continues to travel.
48:04 7/5/2017
Manager Michael George has been scouting talent since he was a teenager in New York. Nearly five years ago, he spotted then 17-year-old Martin Garrix, now an international sensation in the electronic dance music (EDM) scene, and brought him into the fold at Scooter Braun's SB Projects. Hear about George's approach to management and how he finds talent.
48:04 6/28/2017
Moziah "Mo" Bridges is the 15-year-old CEO of Mo's Bows. The Memphis-based company, which he launched at the ripe young age of nine, specializes in handmade bow ties. The entrepreneur discusses his family business and industry takeover.
32:00 6/21/2017

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