Jonathan Slain is an entrepreneur, business consultant, and recovering investment banker who helps best-in-class companies worldwide achieve their vision of success. Alongside his business partner, Paul Belair, Jonathan wrote the best-selling book, Rock the Recession, and now leads the Rock the Recession summits, which help business leaders get recession ready. He is a recession expert and speaker and has been featured on FOX Business, Cheddar TV, Yahoo Finance, and more.
Are you recession ready? While no one could have prepared for the unprecedented events of 2020, some companies were better set up for survival than others. Many businesses have even managed to thrive during the COVID-19 pandemic, thanks to some careful planning and a mindset shift.
When the Great Recession hit the US, entrepreneur Jonathan Slain was not ready. Now, he wants to help other business owners avoid the mistakes he made—and his expertise has never been more essential than right now. So how can you reframe your current challenges and start rocking this recession?
In this episode of the Growth to Freedom podcast, host Dan Kuschell talks to recession expert and business consultant Jonathan Slain about how to rock the current recession. Jonathan shares the lessons he learned as an entrepreneur during the Great Recession, his strategies for creating a recession-ready plan, and why he sees the current climate as an opportunity for massive growth. Tune in to learn how to help your business survive—and thrive—in 2020 and beyond.
Tom Matzen is the Chief Movement Maker at the Entrepreneur Empowerment Institute. This online institute hopes to reverse the failure rate of small businesses by equipping existing and aspiring entrepreneurs with the business skills and tools they need. Tom has helped hundreds of thousands of entrepreneurs grow their businesses by 7 and 8 figures. He is also a best-selling author and has been featured in publications including Entrepreneur, USA Today, and The Wall Street Journal.
Do you want your business to thrive or survive? In the business world, there are three types of people: sharks, carps, and dolphins. While carps are busy trying to survive attacks from bloodthirsty sharks, dolphins are spending their lives thriving—boosting their leads and sales without any limitations or distractions. So how can you start working like a dolphin?
Not only has entrepreneur Tom Matzen swam with dolphins in the wild, but he has learned to act like one in his business, as well. By promoting risk-free guarantees, embracing teamwork, and outsmarting his competition, Tom has mastered the art of multiplying both his prospects and his sales. Now, he wants to help other entrepreneurs do the same.
Join host Dan Kuschell in this episode of the Growth to Freedom podcast as he sits down with Tom Matzen of the Entrepreneur Empowerment Institute to discuss his strategy for growing leads and sales exponentially. Tom explains how to increase your prospects and profits using six simple steps. He also shares an unforgettable story about swimming with dolphins—and how it applies to his thriving business model. Stay tuned.
Noah St. John is a peak performance executive coach, best-selling author, and renowned keynote speaker. He is famous for his life-changing coaching method, which he breaks down in his book, Get Rid of Your Head Trash About Money. With over 30 years of experience, Noah is considered one of the world’s most sought-after experts on business and personal growth and has been published in Entrepreneur, SiriusXM, and more.
How often do you take out the trash in your house? Imagine that you don’t feel like clearing out your garbage this week, so you leave it for later. A week goes by, then a month, then a year, and you still haven’t taken out the trash. What does your house look like? Now, imagine all of that garbage is inside of your head. It’s probably time for a deep clean, right?
This is the idea behind Noah St. John’s unique and successful coaching method, which he details in his book, Get Rid of Your Head Trash About Money. According to Noah, by allowing negative thoughts like fears and doubts pile up in your head, you are holding yourself back from true success. However, most of us aren’t even aware of the overarching negativity we’re storing in our brains. So, how can you clear out your head trash and start achieving your greatest goals?
In this episode of the Growth to Freedom podcast, host Dan Kuschell interviews executive coach and best-selling author Noah St. John about how to clean out your head trash and start making more money. Tune in as Noah shares his advice on gaining control over your internal dialogue, overcoming your fears of success, and propelling your business toward financial growth. You don’t want to miss this!
Dan Kuschell is an accomplished entrepreneur, business coach, and author. He currently runs Breakthrough3x, a company that helps founders and entrepreneurs triple their profits and impact without multiplying their workload and their stress.
Dan has owned 11 companies since 1992, building multiple businesses with revenues exceeding eight figures before selling. He is also the host of the Growth to Freedom podcast, where he interviews industry leaders and experts in a variety of fields.
Are you struggling to get people to show up to your virtual events and webinars? The experts told us to create a single webinar and our sales and conversion rates would skyrocket. But, many of us are now learning that this was a false promise. When show up rates fall between 10 and 20%, it’s time to make a change.
Luckily, entrepreneur and business coach, Dan Kuschell has some tried-and-true strategies for boosting your show up rates. The first step is to change your mindset: stop seeing marketing as a one-time action, and start seeing it as a long-term commitment to building trust and respect with your customers. Once you’ve made this change, your conversion rates and sales will follow.
Join host Dan Kuschell in this episode of the Growth to Freedom podcast as he shares his top strategies for boosting the show up rates of your virtual events. Discover how to create a buyer’s culture instead of a seller’s culture, the secret to preparing your audience for business, and why you should stop listening to the experts when it comes to webinar best practices. Stay tuned!