Meron Bareket has lived a fascinating life in just 26 years. He decided high school was holding him back, so he decided to jump straight into college, bypassing getting his high school diploma. He survived a devastating car accident–not his fault!–and started a business while rehabbing at his parent’s home.
He worked in the IT industry for major corporations in Israel, hosted radio shows, and becoming frustrated with corporate life, he founded a magazine. He got into podcasting about a year ago and now offers a podcasting bootcamp where budding podcasters can receive the specific and detailed instructions in how to develop and launch their own podcast. And (for now) this boot camp is free!
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The detailed recipe: Simple Steak Dinner
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Alex Barker Interviews Meron Bareket on the Inspiring Innovation Podcast, episode 45.
Meron’s Inspiring Innovation Podcast.
F.O.C.U.S., used by John Lee Dumas on his show, Entrepreneur On Fire.