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

More From Jason Feifer

Public Speaking

How to Become a Paid Public Speaker, According to VaynerSpeakers CEO Zach Nadler

In our Entrepreneur Insider Video of the Week, the head of Gary Vaynerchuk's speaking bureau explains how to build your speaking business.

Diane von Furstenberg: Every Successful Person Feels Like a Loser (Even Me)

The fashion icon knows that things will go wrong, and that she'll have doubts -- even today! But she says there's just one thing entrepreneurs can always control: themselves.
Problem Solvers

The Pivot That Helped This Founder Get Into 10,000 Stores

Jesse Wolfe created a delicious hummus that people loved, but he struggled to make big sales. Then he spotted the opportunity in his failure.
Editor's Note

How to Sell Yourself

The opening sentence of our pitch is our most important. And too many of us are getting it wrong.
Editor's Note

How to Win Over Dissatisfied Customers

Some people aren't nice when they don't love your product. But you can change them. All you need is a little psychology.
Entrepreneur Mindset

Why Netflix Co-founder Marc Randolph Doesn't Regret Stepping Down as CEO

The experience made the entrepreneur rethink what a leader really is.
Masters of Scale

LinkedIn Co-Founder Reid Hoffman on How to Prepare Your Business for a Recession

'You're always playing to win, but part of playing to win is making sure you get through downturns and volatility.'
Investing

2 Chainz Just Bought a Music Festival. His Advice To Entrepreneurs: Take Chances!

'Investing is a good thing - period,' says the new co-owner of Atlanta's A3C Conference and Festival.
Editor's Note

Need to Make A Change? Do It Immediately!

Timing will determine your future. Change now, or be forced to do it later.

Bobbi Brown's Guide to Success: Go To Fewer Meetings, and Take More Action

Makeup legend Brown is taking her own advice, and building multiple new brands.
Problem Solvers Podcast

How Cameo Survived a Public Relations Nightmare

By confronting the issue head-on, the startup regained its customers' trust.
Growth Strategies

You're Not Approachable Enough. Let's Fix That.

Potential clients can't hire you if they can't find you. Build a bridge to yourself -- and to your business.
Entrepreneur Insider

Entrepreneur Insider Video of the Week: How to Get Media Coverage

Watch this free Q&A with Entrepreneur editor-in-chief Jason Feifer, in which he reveals strategies for getting press for your business.
Problem Solvers Podcast

Sun-Maid Raisins Has a Bold Plan to Reinvent Itself. (Watch Out, Fruit Roll-Ups!)

The storied company's new CEO is tackling a big challenge: a recognizable brand but a declining business.

Michelle Pfeiffer's Fragrance Brand Took 20 Years (and Plenty of Rejection) to Build

She wanted the fragrance industry to be more transparent.The fragrance industry said no. So the actress took matters into her own hands.
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