Jason Feifer

Jason Feifer

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Jason has worked across many media brands and mediums. He is currently editor in chief Entrepreneur magazine and hosts the podcasts Problem Solvers and Pessimists Archive. A novel he wrote with his wife, Mr. Nice Guy, comes out this fall from St. Martin’s Press. He has been an editor at Fast Company, Men’s Health, Maxim, and Boston, and written for the Washington Post, New York Times, Slate, New York magazine, and others. Please note: Mentor sessions with Entrepreneur staff are designed to share perspectives and advice, not to pitch stories for coverage. Pitches can always simply be emailed to an individual.

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About Jason Feifer

Jason Feifer is the editor-in-chief of Entrepreneur magazine, and the host of two podcasts: Problem Solvers, about entrepreneurs solving unexpected problems in their business, and Pessimists Archive  a history of unfounded fears of innovation. He’s @heyfeifer on Twitter and Instagram.

Areas of Expertise

Storytelling
Storytelling
Motivation
Motivation
Writing
Writing
Public Speaking
Public Speaking
Personal Branding
Personal Branding
Pitching Your Business to Media
Pitching Your Business to Media
Podcasting
Podcasting

More From Jason Feifer

Public Speaking

Try This Weird Trick to Improve Your Public Speaking

It's time to unlearn everything you know about periods and commas.
Teaming Up For Success

Struggling to Hire Top Talent? Change the Way You Recruit.

The global tech company Infosys wanted to diversify its hiring. But to get it right, it needed to rethink a lot more than just its recruiting methods.

When's the Right Time to Pursue Your Passion? It's Right Now.

It's time to stop looking backward, and to stop biding our time. This is our moment.
Innovation

Struggling With Change? Take a Lesson From These Weird Little Forks

In the 1800s, people ate with "macaroni forks" and "olive forks." Why? It's a timeless tale of consumer obsession.

Brandless Has a New Owner, and a New Mission. Can It Save Itself?

It was a once-hot company with a bad business model, like many of its direct-to-consumer peers. Now it's back as a quieter company focused on slower growth. Is this what DTC needs?

How This Parking-Spot App Beat Competitors... By Moving Slow

Under pressure to grow fast, the SpotHero CEO insisted on moving slow and steady
Innovation

She Created the Tinder for Clothing. Then a $30 Million Competitor Came Along

How Madison Semarjian, who created her app Mada in college, is working to out-innovate a giant.

David Chang's Question to Entrepreneurs: Are You Doing Good or Bad?

The chef knows he's been successful but wants to make sure his work creates positive change, too.

It's Not About What You Do. It's About Why You Do It

Remember that when your world feels shaken.
Young Millionaires

These Founders Built a Perfect Remote-Work Product... Without Realizing It

Fireflies.ai is a company built to help take notes during meetings. Now that the world is working remotely, business is booming.

When COVID Shut Her Spa Down, She Turned It Into A Hemp Dispensary

Maya Gilliam's advice to entrepreneurs looking to pivot: "Make what you love a source of income."
Growth Strategies

This Founder Gave Away Profits During the Pandemic - And His Company Thrived

How one counterintuitive decision by CEO Dave Colina boosted sports drink brand O2.
Editor's Note

Why We Put 137 People on Our Cover

2020 has been a tough year for everyone. To find new success on the other side of this crisis, we must work together.

Your Company Should Give Back (Even If You're Short on Cash)

Here are two reasons why: Your customers and your team want you to.

Why You Should Stop Obsessing Over "Disruption"

After the pandemic, it's time to start thinking about what people truly need.