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Episode Info: Jonathan Cronstedt, or JCron to those close to him, is a dangerously dedicated executive strategist. When he’s not driving outcomes for industry-leading brands or launching products online, he’s blessed enough to be married to Nicole, enjoys a freezer full of fabulous vodka, and a puppy named Stella.A leader at the executive level in finance, digital marketing, SaaS/EdTech and direct sales, he is the current President of Kajabi and has worked extensively with Chet Holmes and the Tony Robbins Groups. Show Notes:Intro: Arman sets the stage and provides background on JCron, how they met and the topic of today’s episode. [00:11]JCron shares the funny story of why Neil Patel refers to Arman as “Batman”. [06:50]Arman asks JCron about what it’s like to work with some of today’s heavy hitters and asks him about why he does what he does. [08:46]JCron talks about the importance of building meaningful relationships and the challenges of hiring at the executive level. [10:21]What was it like being mentored by Joe Polish? [21:49]The master in the art of living. [23:54]Starting over and advice for people who want to change industries. [27:33]How do you gauge your level of fulfillment? [30:49]Digital marketing allows for novelty, impact and transformation stories. [32:08]JCron opens up about Kajabi. [35:30]Seeing the hidden opportunities that Covid is bringing. [41:49]Arman talks about e-learning and the first course he created. [44:11]The doors that copywriting opened up. [45:55]How do you create a unique value proposition and determine the price of digital products in today’s world? [51:53]Different business models and finding one that works for you. [56:26]How do you know when it’s time to transition to something else vs when to power through? [01:04:54]Flow, fulfillment. and incrementally improving every single day. [01:08:54]The accountability element and tracking KPIs. [01:10:02]Being radically honest in the workplace and having difficult conversations early on. [01:12:06]Inspiring closing thoughts. [01:15:35]***For links to all resources/people/books etc. mentioned and full show notes visit: https://assadi.me/35Ihjz5If you enjoy the show please subscribe and leave a short 17-second review on Apple Podcasts here. It means a lot to me and really supports the podcast.  Text me directly at: 619-825-2595Follow and chat with me on: Instagram FacebookTwitter...
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