04:04 – Harry welcomes Alex Sanfilippo to the show to discuss his background in the aerospace industry, his entrepreneurial journey and the importance of quality over perfection

13:16 – Alex’s podcast origin story and how he landed on the topic of his show

17:37 – How starting a podcast helped prepare Alex for starting a business

20:58 – Alex reflects on his growth as a podcast host and a memorable interview he conducted

29:02 – How Alex explains to non-podcasters what he does for a living and the powerful medium of podcasting

32:09 – Alex speaks to his latest project, PodMatch

35:53 – Alex talks about how much he learns while running his podcast

39:02 – How Alex met his co-founder of PodMatch, Jesse Hunter

45:30 – Alex speaks to his core values and the importance of having a support person or system

49:59 – What excites Alex about the future of PodMatch

52:54 – What is something that Alex has changed his mind about recently and the most misunderstood thing about Alex

58:51 – Harry thanks Alex for joining the show, and let’s listeners know where they can connect with him


“What I really liked doing was building something. I just enjoyed the act of doing that, learning something new, always being challenged.” (07:24)

“That’s what made me decide to start a podcast. It was the side hustle to kind of scratch that itch of doing something that I felt that I was actually creating in real-time and could leave an impact with.” (14:19)

“I look back now and I think what I love the most about it was the process of finding the guest, recording, editing, finding out the business side of it. I can even remember registering for an LLC and thoroughly enjoying it. Sure I was just starting a podcast, but I was starting a business. That was a practice for what my future was gonna look like.” (18:00)

“I’m surprised how many people still don’t understand podcasting. One out of three people I tell don’t know what a podcast is or have never listened to one.” (30:50)

“For me it all stems back to my faith. I’m really driven by that and it’s the most important thing in my life.” (35:07)

“I take everyone really seriously because it’s the way I’d want to be treated. And I think being that student is gonna serve you a lot better than pretending you’re some sort of master at something.” (45:12)





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