Jake Udell

Episode 11 - May 5, 2015


Jake Udell is a force to be reckoned with.


He became an entrepreneur at the age of 13, and now wants to change how we understand the word "entrepreneur."


Jake manages world class music acts (such as Krewella, Zhu, & Gallant) and is a big advocate of authenticity. You'll be fascinated by this peak into the mind of a man who knows exactly what he is doing, and is up to big things.


Connect with Jake Udell: Instagram | Twitter


Show Notes:

-How Jake started his entrepreneurial career at age 13

-What entrepreneurship means to Jake

-How he gets past the self doubt when tackling a new project or goal

-How he signed Krewella to his artist management roster and how he got his first big acts

-What being authentic means to Jake and how pursuing authenticity has made changes in his life

-Why giving constructive criticism is part of being authentic and how it can help people

-How to say no to people

-How to build a relationship with someone you look up to and how to find a mentor


Links Mentioned:

-Learn more about the Mastery in Transformational Training

-Check out the book Rookie Smarts

-Jake recommends Love is the Killer App by his mentor Tim Sanders

-Check out the blogger/venture capitalist Fred Wilson

-Listen to one of Jake's artists Gallant

Episode Quotes

"Entrepreneur: One who is determined to accomplish their goals. It doesn't mean you have to start a business"


"I believe that anything is possible, & if I really want to do it, I can."


"How to get past self-doubt: Starting (a project) & not getting discouraged by the 1st No's"


"Everyone comes up with great ideas. Who’s willing to go execute them - that’s the real art of it."