Are you seeking growth in your business, but feeling the pressure and stress that comes with that next big push?
In this episode, my guest, Paul Jarvis, offers his unique perspective on why you might want to rethink your desire for growth.
Paul is a writer, designer, teaches online courses, and has worked with professional athletes like Steve Nash, Shaquille O'Neal and corporate giants like Microsoft and Mercedes, and a whole lot more.
Paul is also the best-selling author of a brand new book called Company of One: Why Staying Small Is the Next Big Thing for Business, and he is sharing his fascinating perspective on why maybe growth isn’t a one size fits all for every business or entrepreneur.
Don’t miss this engaging conversation!
Would you like to charge more for your services, but are unsure how to make price irrelevant?
In business, there are two types of clients you’ll encounter most often.
One type is the tire kicker- those who seem interested but have a multitude of reasons why they won’t buy.
The other is a high-value client, those who go beyond price and focus on the value you’re creating.
Between these two, most entrepreneurs would want the high-value client every time, but many struggle with attaining them.
In this episode, not only will you discover how to attract high-value clients, you’ll also get:
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Is your business not growing at the rate you want, or making the impact you hoped for? If that’s the case, my guest expert, Michael Zipursky, is going to offer you strategies on what really makes a business grow, and give you clarity to accomplish your goals. Michael is a marketing expert and a business consultant who has built six companies, helped over 300 individual consultants and advised organizations like the Financial Times, Panasonic, and more..
In this episode, Michael takes a deep dive into not only what makes businesses grow, but will share his insights on mindset, and how that can lead to some of your biggest breakthroughs building a business. You’ll also hear how to attract your perfect client, increase your revenue, and grow your business, without limiting your growth potential.
Have you ever met people who seem to have it all, but yet appear to be empty inside, like something is missing? Are you seeking deeper fulfillment in your own life? It seems these days people are always seeking more of something- money, time, acceptance, freedom, etc. and yet, many take for granted what they already have. In this engaging episode, my guest expert is both a speaker and an entrepreneur uniquely qualified to talk about fulfillment, and what can happen to you without it. Tony Grebmeier, founder of ShipOffers and the podcast, BEFULFILLED, shares with us his stories of winning and losing, falling and rising up again, and all the lessons in between, that helped him beat isolation and find fulfillment in his life. Tony will also offer you beneficial strategies to shift the focus away from the noise, hit the reset button, and get on with living a more fulfilled life. You don’t want to miss it!
Do you feel stuck in your business, and unable to get the results you desire because trends keep shifting? In this episode, I will help you identify what is keeping you from transforming your business and the one thing that trumps ideas, strategies, and tactics. If you are looking for you next big breakthrough, and you want a long-term model that works, this is the episode to help you get on track to build, grow, and scale with less stress and more freedom.
The online world has undoubtedly made it easier for people to connect with each other. Yet the downside is it has also made it confusing to find those that truly value the connections you have built. Taking this business dilemma into consideration is Jonathan Cronstedt, President of Kajabi. Kajabi is one of the leading and fastest growing tech companies, building membership platforms and tools, to simplify the way people operate online. In this conversation, Jonathan will give you the tips on how you can build your community and find the tribe that will help you maximize online platforms and technology. Jonathan will also offer insights on why having an authentic community with a like-minded focus, celebrating wins and transformations, is important.
Do you want to get more likes, more shares, or more sales? Many people who claim to be experts tend to view the effectiveness of marketing using vanity metrics- likes and shares. However, in this episode, we will cut through that noise with Derek Champagne, founder, and CEO of The Artist Revolution. Derek is a definitive expert on strategic marketing; placing a high importance on driving the leads, sales, and profitability you need with performance-based marketing strategies you can use today. Derek will share the necessary tools you should use today to cut through the five crisis points. Derek will also explain the concept called PETMAG which stands for plan, execute, track, measure, adjust, and grow. If you are looking to shift your marketing strategy, this is an episode you won’t want to miss!
What if there was a way that you could build a process to create an influx of inbound leads and be able to convert those to your perfect clients? For some businesses, sales is a struggle, but it doesn’t have to be that way. Wes Schaeffer, known as The Sales Whisperer, and the founder of the company with the same name, will share with you his two decades of experience in sales, giving you a simple four-part formula to build a process that attract a steady stream of new inbound leads- making selling more personal and profitable. Wes also talks about why he believes sales is a calling, and the breakthrough you can achieve by shifting your focus and serving rather than just selling.
Do you sometimes feel closed off to the idea of being sold, or even personally selling a product or service? The word “selling” often is associated as purely an act of forcing people to buy your products and services; however, Michelle Kopper, a leading voice, video, & visibility expert, takes the idea of selling, and transforms it as a way of creating connection. For Michelle, selling is serving and she encourages others to embrace self-promotion in this light. In this episode, Michelle shares her expertise to help you align your voice and create a bigger impact and contribution. Michelle also talks about some of the biggest belief mistakes that others have around selling, and offers strategies and some encouragement on networking.
Avoidance threatens your creativity. If you shy away from engaging due to fear of criticism, struggle being a people pleaser, or getting out of your comfort zone, then this conversation is for you. My guest, Dr. Andy Molinksy, is the definitive expert to help you reach your goals with a variety of unique strategies and insights on moving beyond your comfort zone. In this episode, Dr. Molinsky will share with you why “roadblocks” can keep you from meeting your potential, how to move past avoidance, and some insightful methods on how to overcome your challenges. Andy Molinksy is a professor at Brandeis University’s International Business School, and has been featured in Harvard Business Review, Inc. Magazine, Psychology Today,New York Times, Wall Street Journal, NPR, and a whole lot more. If you're looking for a way to stretch your comfort zone and make a bigger impact in 2019, you’ll love this fun and fascinating conversation.
What if you could build a fool-proof system to not only run your business but grow it in the process and with less stress? Of course, most entrepreneurs would be excited to hear how! In this episode, Josh Fonger of Work the System, shares strategies of how getting on the other side of complexity can be the first step towards reducing stress, and in turn, making your staff more productive and the business scalable. Josh will also discuss how to tap into the framework of strategy versus tactics; how aligning your business can reduce stress, the key employee every business should have to stay aligned, and some of his personal breakthroughs by using these strategies. This is an episode that will give you more clarity, confidence, and direction.
Are you ready for 2019? With the new year, most people start thinking about the changes they want to make, and the goals and resolutions they would like to set, only to fall short a few days, weeks or months later? For many, the cycle of setting goals and then not achieving them seems to be a disappointing reality, but in this episode, you will get a new perspective on why goal setting doesn’t work, and a strategy to break the cycle. You will walk away with a framework for success… and the best part is you will have the opportunity to download this blueprint just by listening to this episode! You can get this 100% free cheat sheet to move you from goal-setting to goal achievement. Don’t miss it!
Would you like to be in a place where you could grow your business to be able to sell it? Here to outline a blueprint to do just that is serial entrepreneur, visionary, and CEO of Zero Limits Ventures, Steve Little. In this episode, Steve generously offers great insights on how you can drive your business forward by building value. He will challenge you to consider your focus within your business (brand building or revenue generation), and how to turn your ideas into income. He also shares the importance of positioning your product and your business around your capability, and how to develop a customer acquisition sales system, along with some deeper aspects of social media marketing.
Have you ever thought about what it takes to build your dream business? Businesses only thrive when entrepreneurs put their heart in it. Marketing and business building expert, Jim Palmer, will share with you how you can build your dream business by serving first. As the founder of the Dream Business Academy, and Dream Business Coaching and Mastermind Program, he will explain what it really takes to build your dream business while highlighting some pitfalls that entrepreneurs might find themselves trapped in. He also touches on the impostor syndrome, and newsletter marketing, and discusses the idea of “serve first” as you get started, build, and grow your business.
What would it be worth if you could experience more joy, happiness, and fulfillment, and be able to make more money, and find success with ease? Roberta Ross, the founder of SixFigureRealEstateCoach.com, gives great insights on how you can do just that. Roberta’s wisdom applies to both real estate and life, and she shares how achieving success doesn’t have to be a painful process. She will also touch on the common mistakes and big lies in the real estate industry that are costing people time and energy, as well as how valuing clients can lead to some significant breakthrough experiences.
Have you ever been in a place where you feel like you’re running your business in the dark– trying to generate more sales but can’t figure out where your sales are coming from? If you are in a dilemma to figure out how to generate leads online or feel like you’re in limbo, frustrated that you don’t know how to track all of your online activity, then you’ll enjoy this conversation with Funnelytics’ founder Mikael Dia. Mikael is a digital marketing expert, and he will show you how to convert traffic into profit using data, and what he would do to build a seven-figure business– based on data. Don’t miss it!
Have you ever thought that you would like to discover new ways to connect with people, so you could broaden your network and possibly gain more business? No one wants to work with someone they can’t trust, so it is vital that we show our best selves and foster a bond with people from the start. What better way to do that than by improving the way you present yourself? In this episode, international profile and communications specialist, Alan Stevens, talks about what we need to know about profiling that can help you do just that. Alan will also share with you how not only our body language, but also facial gestures and facial language can build a deeper connection with the people around us and ourselves. Learn how these effective communication strategies can help your business and your personal life.
Have you ever wondered what it’s like to live with the rich and famous? Are you curious about what goes on in the most elusive parties out there? Steve Sims is someone who can give you answers. He is the founder of Bluefish, one of the top personal concierge services, an expert marketer within the luxury industry, and a sought-after consultant and speaker. Beyond rubbing shoulders with influential people, what Steve values is relationships and he has turned that passion of connecting and building relationships into a business. He lets us in on the importance of having your front stage façade and the backstage match as he brings up his book, Bluefishing: The Art of Making Things Happen. Learn the art of making things happen by valuing a work full of people you truly like.
Do you have a startup company that you are trying to grow, but find yourself stretched for time while trying to navigate a profitable business, and have a happy and healthy personal life? Many would say that we can’t always get what we want, but what if you could pursue a life that is healthy AND profitable? My guest for this episode is Adrian Walker, and he is someone uniquely qualified to offer insights in achieving both. Adrian is the co-founder and CEO of Boataffair, and he tackles what it means to have a global impact by expanding our thinking beyond the local and linear framework. Adrian will also share some common mistakes and myths that people encounter as a business owner, and strategies you can use, starting today.
To grow your business means having to make the right decisions as best as you can. If you can do it with less stress, the better it will be. Helping you get right to that is Dan Kuschell, marketing and sales expert. He is going to be discussing the biggest mistake entrepreneurs and business owners make, while giving you some tips on how best to avoid them instead. He gets right down to the confusion between the power of strategy versus tactics with the idea of finding the magic button. Offering great advises, he highlights why you should choose a unique market, a unique message, a unique methodology, and make a unique offer. There is a lot of depth to what Dan is saying and he gets right down to it to help you market, attract, and close more clients.
Do you want to know how to grow and scale your business to sell it, but don’t know where to start? It’s true that creating a business from scratch and growing it can be a tedious and long process. However, for my guest, Chris Yates, buying a business instead is a great way to go. As a digital entrepreneur and founder of Rhodium Weekend and owner of Centurica, Chris has proven that when you have the right tools, you can build a business that gives you freedom and growth. Chris shares insights and strategies, how to avoid the big mistakes people can make when looking to buy or sell and working in partnerships and more. He also talks about the core values you need in the business that will afford room for your passions, as well as unusual strategies that will guide you to become a professional buyer of a business while minimizing the risks involved.
When was the last time you felt deeply connected with somebody else? How about the last time you connected with yourself? In business and life in general, everything is about connections. It is what leads you to new opportunities and multiple paths to self-discovery and growth. Sharing his expertise on the subject of being connected is Gordie Bufton, award-winning international speaker and the author of two books, The Connection Effect and Eluding Reality. Inspiring people with his journey of overcoming substance abuse, he speaks about the ability to reconnect with yourself and to be more present in the moment. Gordie gives three strategies that will help achieve that freedom from the chains that ties you in life and business, most especially from technology.
Some of us here became entrepreneurs from unexpected backgrounds. That is why we tend to navigate the business world with wonder and are often met with disappointments. Rising to the top was never an easy journey. Colin Wayne is all too familiar with this. Coming from a military background as a prior service combat army veteran, he ventured into becoming a top model and later on became a serial entrepreneur. He shares how he managed to rise to the top while beating all of the tragedies that went with it. Colin talks about being a social media mogul and how you can use that to grow your business. He departs from the traditional techniques and offers a unique method with his manufacturing business.
Not many people would believe in mixing professional and personal lives together. Yet, Brandon and Sam Middleton proved that otherwise. As hosts of the RIDE OR DIE podcast, they show how you can make a marriage work while growing a business and family. All it takes is to find that certain balance. They talk about business, relationship connections, strengthening, building your bond, and building up your hustle. They share the key points on how you can effectively do the same by pointing out the biggest mistakes people make in relationships while trying to build something together and at the same time putting their hearts on their sleeves as they talk about theirs together with their learning experiences.