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The Tingle Zone with Andrew Miller
71 minutes | Sep 12, 2022
If You Want To Succeed, Ask Questions - with Kay Suthar, Business Strategist and Podcast Marketing Agent
In this episode, I'm talking with Kay Suthar, a Business Strategist, Award Winning Author and Professional Speaker - as well as a podcast host and podcast marketing agent. Kay started off life wanting to be a superhero which, in the real world, led her to join the police force. Health issues forced her to retire at which point an opportunity arose to move into politics, helping with election campaigns. From there, events, sales and marketing became the focus and a position in Costa Rica appeared – and disappeared the moment she arrived - leaving her stuck in the country with no job, no home and no money !! Kay's story demonstrates her natural problem solving skills, her adaptability and her underlying drive and determination. In our conversation we discuss such topics as: - the importance of taking action in difficult situations; - how we've been misled to believe that stress is 'part of the job'; and - the critical difference between Advice and Opinion. Kay also demonstrates how asking questions is the true path to success. If you want to know more about Kay, check out the following links: The Uncensored Society Podcast Website Podcast Agency Website Kay's Linkedin Profile Kays' Facebook page Kay's YouTube Channel Make sure you listen right to the end of the podcasts as Kay points out some really useful free resources that are available to you all. So do check those out but for now sit back, relax, be more curious and, most of all, enjoy.
66 minutes | Aug 29, 2022
If You Say It Can't Be Done...Watch Me ! - with Paralympian, James Owen Roberts
In this episode, I'm talking with James Owen Roberts who is an Amputee Empowerment Coach. James is a TEDx speaker, and author and has represented his country at 4 World Championships and in 2 Paralympics. This interview is slightly different from our usual episodes as the business element is very much a consequence rather than the main focus. However, the mindsets and attitudes are all very relevant to us all. In our discussion, we explore: - James' relationship with his condition and how his stubbornness enabled him to adapt to situations in order to make things work; - his journey through sport, representing his country in three different disciplines; and - the challenges, both physical and mental, of being an athlete. And of course, we do find out how his experiences in sport – including dealing with the failures - set him up for success in business. If you want to know more about James then check out the following links: James' Website YouTube Channel Linkedin Profile Facebook Page James' TEDx Talk The Mindset Athlete Podcasts So do check those out but for now, sit back, relax, think about what you could do if you put your mind to it and, most of all, enjoy.
71 minutes | Aug 15, 2022
It's Not For Me To Rule The World. It's There To Be Shared - with Thomas Kereszti, Servant Leader and Coach
In this episode, I'm talking with Thomas Kereszti who is a former Fortune 500 CEO and author of the book “C-Suite and Beyond: Unlock Your Potential with the 4 Keys to Leadership Success” Thomas is a great believer in sharing ideas and, in this interview, he shares these 4 key areas with us. They were developed out of his own experience and through observing what worked and what didn't work for him. When he applied his principles to other major firms he realised that it was not unique to him and could be applied to all of us. In addition, we also explore such topics as: the difference between Authority and Leadership; why you should treat Business and Family in a similar way; and the importance of recognising that what you do is not who you are. Plus, he picks out the 3 key questions that every leader should be able to answer. If you want to know more about Thomas do check out the following links: His Website His Linkedin Profile His Facebook Page So do check those out but for now, sit back, relax, think about which part of your world you can share and, most of all, enjoy.
70 minutes | Aug 1, 2022
Make Your Move - with Scott Schilling, executive coach, trainer, author and professional speaker
In this episode, I'm talking with Scott Schilling - an executive coach, trainer, author and professional speaker. Scott has spoken at over 2,500 live events, including stadia with audiences of well over 25,000 people in them, and shared the stage with some of the biggest known names in the business, such as Jack Canfield and Les Brown. Scott is an expert on building trust and making sales and uses his platforms – on stage, on tv and on podcasts such as this – to help fulfil his mission to positively touch the lives of over a billion people on the planet. This includes sharing his own story of how he used purpose and belief to recover from a life-threatening stroke and be back on stage 23 days later when most doctors thought he should be dead. Underlying everything is a core belief that everyone has their part to play in the world and he wants you to take control of your life, get out there and make your move. In our conversation, we explore such topics as: - How to put a smile on the face of everyone that calls you - Why it's ok to be off track most of the time; and - How to feel better when you're in a bad place He also delivers what I consider to be the best angle I've ever heard on managing rejection. If you want to know more about Scott, then check out the following links Scott's Website Linkedin Profile Personal Facebook Page Business Facebook Page Twitter Account Instagram Account So do check those out but for now, sit back, relax, decide on what your next move is going to be and, most of all, enjoy.
62 minutes | Jul 18, 2022
A Journey Through 7 Books - with Sharyn and Hank Yuloff, America's #1 Coaching Team for Small Businesses
In this episode, I'm talking with Sharyn and Hank Yuloff who were voted American's #1 Coaching Team for small business entrepreneurs who are struggling with marketing, sales, human resources, public speaking and networking. Between them, Sharyn and Hank have written 7 books (at the time of recording). To understand their journey together, we use the books as a framework. How did they come about, how were they created, and what do they cover? As a consequence, we learn about the book writing process, ways of creating content and a host of business tips along the way. At the same time, the whole interview is an absolute blast. If you want to know more about Sharyn and Hank, follow these links: Their Website Sharyn's Linkedin Profile Hank's Linkedin Profile Their Amazon Author Page Book a Call So do check those out but for now, sit back, relax, have a think about what you might want to write about and, most of all, enjoy.
93 minutes | Jul 4, 2022
A Company That Works Without You - with Dancho Dimkov, lead generation specialist
In this episode, I'm talking with Dancho Dimkov, a serial entrepreneur, founder of lead generation company BizzBee Solutions and author of the book Sweet Leads. Dancho set up his first business at the age of 21. Like many of us, much of his early success came from hard graft and using every hour that was available. However, as other factors became more important – you know, life and all that – he realised that he had to create a company that was able to perform without him being there. In this podcast, Dancho shares exactly what he did to build such a business as well as the mistakes he made along the way. This is invaluable stuff for anyone who wants to actually own a business and not just be an employee in their own company. In addition, we discuss subjects such as: why it's essential that you give yourself permission to make mistakes; a simple methodology around making tough decisions; and the importance of selling a solution, not a product or service. At the heart of it all, marketing is really about having great conversations. If you want to know more about Dancho, have a look at the following links: His personal website His company website His Linkedin Profile His Facebook Page "Sweet Leads" Book So do check those out but for now, sit back, relax, think about what you need to do to step away from your business and, most of all, enjoy.
78 minutes | Jun 13, 2022
You're Going to Make More Money if You're Nice to People - with Kirstin Gooldy, the Intuitive Advisor
In this episode, I'm talking with Kirstin Gooldy who is a business leader, board member of multiple companies and, what she describes as an intuitive advisor and modern-day shaman. Having followed the normal career path, Kirstin found herself successful – in a male-dominated industry - but stressed, depressed and at risk of losing her family. She realised that there had to be a different way. Kirstin had always been an intuitive child, but this intuition had been blocked through a combination of childhood trauma and social conditioning. By reconnecting to her true self she has found a better way to be and now helps business leaders connect with their true selves and become more empathetic and powerful in the process creating a win/win/win environment. In our conversation, we explore many areas including: - the impact a toxic environment can have on your health; - finding the positive possibility in every moment of chaos; and - the rewards that can come from listening to your intuition, as opposed to taking the obvious route. In short, if you are not listening to your consciousness, something's going to knock you out to get you to listen. If you want to know more about Kirstin then simply go to her Linkedin Profile and connect with her on there. Just let her know that you heard her on the show. Kirsty's Linkedin Profile So do check that out but for now, sit back, relax, start listening to your own intuition and, most of all, enjoy.
48 minutes | May 30, 2022
Sales is NOT about Relationship Building - with Ari Galper, the World's #1 Authority on Trust-Based Selling.
In this episode, I'm talking with Ari Galper who is the World's #1 Authority on Trust-Based Selling. Many years ago, I read Ari's book “Unlock the Sales Game” and it transformed the way I looked at the sales 'process' and revealed how the old guard had it all wrong. Now, with the approaching publication of his next book “The One Call Sale”, I am so grateful and excited to be able to bring Ari in front of you so that you too can hear some of his words of wisdom. In our conversation, we explore such topics as: why you should do the opposite of everything the old sales gurus tell you; the invisible river of pressure that lies under every sales call and what to do about it; and the one phrase that you must stop using immediately And just you wait until you hear about Ari's underlying motivation for doing what he does. If you want to know more about Ari then check out these following links Ari's Website - with links to his books Ari's Linkedin Profile So do check those out but for now sit back, relax, take a moment to reflect on your own sales style and, most of all, enjoy.
61 minutes | May 16, 2022
Put Your Hand Up!! - with Celeste Lustosa, Marketing and PR Expert
In this episode, I'm talking with Celeste Lustosa. Originally from Brazil and now living in Australia, Celeste runs her own Marketing and PR company. A natural storyteller, Celeste was creating her own newspaper at the age of 7. Her natural drive and curiosity meant that whenever an opportunity arose, she would be the first to put her hand up and volunteer. As a consequence, she ended up working on the local mayor's electoral campaign. That ended up becoming a paid job and, after a few more hand raises, found herself working for State Government, doing PR around the Amazon rainforest. In our conversation, we cover such subjects as: how reading books is a genuine superpower; why you should never take a job just for the money; and what you need to do so that you never need to worry about what you charge. We also discover why it's impossible to ever stop learning. If you want to know more about Celeste, do check out these links: Celeste's Website Celeste's Facebook Page Celeste's Linkedin Profile Celeste's Instagram Profile So do check those out but for now sit back, relax, work out what you're going to put your hand up for and, most of all, enjoy.
82 minutes | May 2, 2022
You Can't Handle the Truth - with Paul Glover, the No B.S. Coach
In this episode, I'm talking with Paul Glover who is known as the No B.S. Coach. Paul works with business owners and executives, mainly in the distribution and manufacturing sector, and tells them exactly how it is. Paul used to be an aggressive barrister, focussed on doing whatever he needed to in order to win his case. After falling in with the wrong crowd and being tempted into bending the rules a little too far, he got found out and spent the next 5 and half years in prison. (I was going to call this episode “From The Bar to Behind Bars” but there's much more to the conversation than just this event) Having forced himself to take a good hard look at himself, he became a reformed character and realised that his experiences could help others. After all, a lot of leadership is all about managing some very tricky relationships and taking responsibility for your own actions. At the heart of it all, Paul cares about people – and cares about them enough to tell them the truth. Amongst many other things we discuss subjects such as: coping with situations outside of your control, regardless of the impact upon you; how everyone has a voice that is worth listening to; and the importance of facing up to reality. We even have a conversation about what 'truth' actually is. If you want to know more about Paul then check out the following links: Paul's Website Paul's Linkedin Profile Paul's Facebook Page Paul's Book “Workquake” Paul's You Tube Channel Take particular note of Paul's latest Keynote Speech - Everyone Needs a Fool in Their Life Keynote Speech So do check those out but for now sit back, relax, get clear on your truth and, most of all, enjoy.
50 minutes | Apr 18, 2022
Your Network is Your Net Worth - Lane Kawaoka, the Real Estate 'Anti-Guru'
In this episode, I'm talking with Lane Kawaoka, the Real Estate 'Anti-Guru', and ex-engineer who successfully escaped the rate race by building a rental real estate empire. Lane started off following the usual education → corporate route but, after some saving and investing, found happiness and balance at a lower paying job with the thousands of dollars from his passive real estate investments. In our conversation we discuss matters such as: the importance of cashflow over asset appreciation why you should get as close to your deals as possible; and the scarcity vs abundant mindset There is even a discussion around whether it's possible or not for everyone to be financially free. If you want to know more about Lane then check out the following links: Lane's Linkedin Profile Lane's Website Note that the About Me/Contact section of this site has lots of links to his podcast, his courses and much more. So do check those out but for now sit back, relax, have a think about where your cash comes from and, most of all, enjoy.
64 minutes | Apr 4, 2022
Financial Freedom with the Thrill Pill King - Shaahin Cheyene, Business Mogul and Leading Authority on Amazon
In this episode, I'm talking with Shaahin Cheyene, an award-winning business mogul, author, filmmaker, and inventor of Herbal Ecstacy, the nootropic that sparked the (100% legal) Smart Drug Movement. Shaahin went from sleeping in his car to building a multimillion-dollar empire that spanned the globe by the age of 18, earning him an international reputation and garnering the fierce attention of federal authorities. Find out about his incredible journey as he: negotiated with drug barons so that they could sell his 'healthier alternative' avoided being trashed on Prime Time National TV by turning it into a marketing campaign; and how he was also at the vanguard of the rise of the e-cigarette. Today, Shaahin is one of the world's leading authorities on utilising the Amazon platform to source and sell products anywhere in the world, all from the comfort of your own home. To that end, do make sure you check out Shaahin's offer to get access to his crash course on “How to Make Money on the Amazon Platform” for FREE. Just Email him at email@example.com use the code 'TINGLE' in the subject title. Say you heard him on The Tingle Zone and ask for a copy of the course. If you want to know more about Shaahin, do check out these links and offers: Shaahin's Website Shaahin's Linkedin profile Shaahin's Facebook page Shaahin's Instagram Shaahin's Podcasts Shaahin's YouTube Channel Shaahin's Book “Billion – How I Became the King of Thrill Pill Cult” Shaahin's Full Length Amazon Selling course So do check those out but for now sit back, relax, have a think about what you're prepared to do to get financial freedom and, most of all, enjoy.
67 minutes | Mar 21, 2022
The Life Blood of Your Business is Marketing - with Johnson Emmanuel, online marketing expert.
In this episode, I'm talking with Johnson Emmanuel, a marketing expert, author of “Deep Pocket Clients” and the person that marketing gurus go to when they've run out of ideas. As a youth in Africa at the start of the dot.com boom, Johnson was fascinated how he had the ability, with a few finger taps on a keyboard, to connect with people all over the world. That sparked an interest that led to him being a global provider of internet marketing services. In our conversation we discuss such issues as: how the compound effect always trumps instant results; why your mindset always has to be the thing that changes first; and why you shouldn't hold on to mentors if you want to keep growing. We even have a discussion on how foreign aid is not the solution to Africa's problems. If you want to know more about Johnson, take a look at these following links: Johnson's Linkedin Profile Johnson's Facebook Profile Johnson's website His company's website Johnson's book - "Deep Pocket Clients" So do check those out but for now sit back, relax, think about how your mindset may need to change and, most of all, enjoy.
45 minutes | Mar 7, 2022
You Can Enjoy Your Job - with Jeff Dunn, Insurance Broker
In this episode, I'm talking with Jeff Dunn, an insurance broker with Spencer Hayes Group with over 40 years working in the insurance industry. Now I know what you might be saying. Insurance is not exactly the most exciting of industries and I'm not sure I want to hear someone drone on about commercial risk and actuarial calculations. The truth of the matter is that insurance is actually all about people – or at least it is when it comes to Jeff's process. Jeff explains how he takes a different approach to the standard insurance broker by actually getting to know the business and the people that work there, rather than just trying to beat their previous premium. This enables him to find a solution that properly fits the client. We get to find out: - how Jeff got into insurance the first place, straight after leaving school; - how his upbringing helped him develop the mental toughness to bounce back from serial redundancies, sometimes within a few hours: and - his plans for the future, which include continuing what he does whilst living abroad. At the heart of it all is a person who has a passion for people and actually enjoys his job. Not something that many people can say. If you want to know more about Jeff then do check out these links: Jeff's Linkedin Profile Spencer Hayes Group's Website So do check those out but for now sit back, relax, get clear about where your passion lies and, most of all, enjoy.
61 minutes | Feb 21, 2022
The Future of Money - with Nick Prouten, Cryptocurrency Provider
In this episode, I'm talking with Nick Prouten, COO of Lode, a cryptocurrency provider that is backed by physical assets such as gold and silver, rather than thin air. Whatever your knowledge is around the cryptocurrency space, this is a fascinating discussion and a podcast everyone should listen to. Nick speaks very simply and plainly about: - what cryptocurrency is; - how Lode is fundamentally different from, say Bitcoin; and - how it could eventually bring financial stability around the world. We even have a fascinating discussion around what money actually is. If you want to find out more about Nick and Lode, then check out these following links: Nick's Linkedin Profile Nick's Twitter Profile Lode's Main Website Lode's YouTube Channel Lode's Telegram Community Lode's Instagram Account Lode's Twitter Account So do check those out but for now sit back, relax, do something relevant to the podcast and, most of all, enjoy.
47 minutes | Feb 14, 2022
The Power of Food (Part 2) - with Matthieu Brown of Wutzu
In this episode, I'm talking with Matthieu Brown, one of the co-founders of Wutzu, an online shopping service focussed on local ethnic, organic and specialist stores. In the previous episode I interviewed his co-founder, Hevar Abrihem. Now we get to hear Matthieu's side of the story. Growing up in both Kenya and Luxembourg, Matthieu had a unique perspective on both the poorest and the richest of societies and it is clear from the interview where he preferred to be. In our interview we explore subject such as: the importance of Community; how to avoid burnout; and the freedom that comes with setting a direction and then putting the work in. If you want to know more about Matthieu and Wutzu then check out these links: Matthieu's Linkedin Profile Wutzu's Website Wutzu's Facebook Page Wutzu's Linkedin Page So do check those out but for now sit back, relax and, most of all, enjoy.
42 minutes | Feb 7, 2022
The Power of Food (Part 1) - with Hevar Abrihem of Wutzu, an online shopping site for ethnic stores
This episode is a little bit different than normal in that you're kind of getting a two for one deal. I am talking to the two young founders of Wutzu, which is an online shopping service focussed on local ethnic, organic and specialist stores – however, I interview them separately. Even though they are only in their 20s, they both have a story to tell and a drive and a passion for helping others. One episode released this week and the other comes out next week. In this episode, I'm talking with Hevar Abrihem who came up with the original idea for Wutzu. His Kurdish background taught him how food can be at the centre of any community and his experiences growing up in England showed him how important it is to find where you belong. In our conversation, we explore such subjects as: how you should always focus on doing what you want to do the importance of finding your way of learning and how to cope with constantly being judged. He also shares with us what he believes is the number one killer of a startup. If you want to know more about Hevar and Wutzu then check out these links: Hevar's Linkedin Profile Wutzu's Website Wutzu's Facebook Page Wutzu's Linkedin Page So do check those out but for now sit back, relax, grab some of your favourite food and, most of all, enjoy.
58 minutes | Jan 24, 2022
There's Always More To Know Than You Think - Including The Things You Know - with Steve Bookbinder, sales coach and author
In this episode, I'm talking with Steve Bookbinder who is an author and sales coach at DM Training. Steve has personally trained over 50,000 sales people around the world so he knows a thing or two about getting conversions. However, the DM in his company name stands for “Digital Marketing” because 'sales people' now need to be 'marketing people' and marketing is digital. In our conversation we explore such subjects as: - The real skill needed for selling; - The power of pattern spotting; and - How you only need to track one number. In addition, he explains why everything you've learned about selling is probably out of date already. Before we jump into the interview, do remember to download a copy of my latest book - More Than Just Money by going to my website www.businessenjoyment.com where a pop up should appear. This book runs through the Business Enjoyment model, shows you how you can use it to find a solution to pretty much any problem and, of course, explains what I really mean when I say that I want you to enjoy your business so much it makes your bits tingle. If you want to know more about Steve, follow these links: DM Training Website Steve's Linkedin Profile Steve's book - Leverage Your Laziness So do check those out but for now sit back, relax, take a note of what you don't know about what you thought you knew and, most of all, enjoy.
68 minutes | Jan 10, 2022
Live a Life Without Regret - with Vanessa Zamy, business expert, keynote speaker, and bestselling author.
In this episode, I'm talking with Vanessa Zamy, a business expert, keynote speaker, and bestselling author of FINISH: The Solopreneur’s Guide To Getting Stuff Done. Vanessa does not come from an entrepreneurial family but it was her family that inspired her to follow the path that she is now on - though not in the way that you might imagine. The next key step for her was when she was just a teenager and she began to think about her own funeral ! What she wanted it to look like, who she wanted to be there and what those people would say. From there it was all about creating a life that would enable that to happen and to ensure that she lived a life without regret. In our conversation we cover such subjects as: - the dangers of trying so hard to fit in that you lose yourself; - how entrepreneurship is actually personal development on steroids; and - whether or not you can be truly authentic if you haven't discovered who you are yet. Her overall message to success in business is, in a nutshell, “Keep it simple, keep it moving”. As a note, since recording this episode, a number of Vanessa's contact details have changed so, if you want to know more about Vanessa, the correct information is below: Vanessa's LinkedIn Profile: Vanessa's Facebook Profile: Vanessa's Website: Vanessa's Book: FINISH: The Solopreneur's Guide to Getting Stuff Done PLUS, if you're looking to make 2022 your best year yet and without burnout, or sleep deprivation, then sign up for Vanessa's upcoming workshop: "How To Grow Your Purpose-Driven Business WITHOUT Burnout, Sleep Deprivation, or Meditation". Click Here to Register: So do check those out but for now sit back, relax, think about what you want people to say about you at your funeral and, most of all, enjoy.
73 minutes | Dec 6, 2021
See Your Way to a Brighter Future - with Steve Gamlin, Speaker, Comedian and Visualisation Coach
In this episode, I'm talking with Steve Gamlin of Motivational Firewood. Steve is a Stand-Up Comedian, Radio DJ, Professional Speaker and an expert in Vision Boards and using Visualisation to achieve great results. This is the perfect conversation to carry us through the Festive Season. Full of great stories, powerful learning points and an all round joy to listen to, my interview with Steve is the perfect way to bring the 2021 season of The Tingle Zone to an end. We cover many topics, including: how to maintain a positive mindset; looking for the positive in every situation; and what to do when only a handful of people turn up to one of your events. Naturally, we also get into Vision Boards themselves and why much of what you're told about them doesn't work. In short, he loves his music, loves to tell a story and loves to bring a smile to your face. If you want to know more about Steve, then take a look at these various links: Steve's Website Steve's Podcast Linkedin Profile Facebook Page So do check those out but for now sit back, relax, look forward to the year ahead and, most of all, enjoy.
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