What Brandon Gaille Wishes Someone Would Have Asked

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About Brandon Gaille

Brandon Gaille is a wildly successful blogger who blogs about blogging. He is also the host of his very own podcast, where he freely shares how he built his blog to over 1 million monthly visitors in less than 18 months. My favorite thing about Brandon’s podcasts is the show notes that are available with every episode.

If you asked me, I would describe Brandon as a determined and constantly evolving serial entrepreneur with natural leadership and salesmanship qualities. But luckily, you don’t have to count on me to be right about that. You can read how Brandon describes himself here.

Brandon, what is the one question you wish someone would have asked you, but no one ever did? And what’s the answer to that question?

Question: Why did you decide to start your first business?

Answer: I went through a series of three interviews for a management position at Enterprise Rent-a-Car during my last year in college. After doing the math, I realized that I would be making $12 an hour. I knew at that point, I did not want to have a job

[ctt template=”5″ link=”nUUH4″ via=”no” ]I realized that I would be making $12 an hour. I knew at that point, I did not want to have a job.[/ctt]

Question: What book have you read recently that you wish you would have (or could have) read twenty years ago?

Question: What is the most meaningful project you have done and why?

My podcast, The Blog Millionaire. It allows me to reach out to my audience and help them achieve their own dreams of becoming a professional blogger.

Question: If you could be invisible for a day, what would you do?

I would spend the entire day whispering my big idea to the President of the United States. That idea would be to require small business courses throughout public school, just like we have science and math.

Question: What one word best sums up your personality?

Who’s your favorite blogger? Leave me a comment and I’ll add your favorite to my list of potential future interviewees.


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4 Responses

  1. I love the idea of brandon gaille, Here in Philippines , there is a small business course for public school it is not actually a course but you can say it an activity. Where in students cook and they sell it that is for young girls and for young boys they plant string beans, and other vegetable then they also sell it.

  2. What great questions! (and answers, too) I applaud you, and now I’ve got a new podcast to go listen to… 🙂

    Looking forward to reading more of your interviews!

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