Jason Feifer

Jason Feifer

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Jason is the editor in chief Entrepreneur magazine and hosts the podcasts Problem Solvers and Build For Tomorrow. A novel he wrote with his wife, Mr. Nice Guy, is currently being developed for television. 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 host of two podcasts: Build For Tomorrow, a show about the changes that got us here, and how to thrive in a changing world; and Problem Solvers, about entrepreneurs solving unexpected problems in their business. He writes a newsletter about how to find opportunity in change.

Prior to Entrepreneur, Jason has worked as an editor at Men's HealthFast CompanyMaxim, and Boston magazine, and has written about business and technology for the Washington PostSlateNew York, and others.

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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

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