01: Creating an Experimental Business
Welcome to the very first episode of Experimental.
Here's a confession: I didn't want to do another podcast
I thought I was already done with podcasting. I've already done a number of podcasts for the last few years with varying success and they got boring.
But then, a bunch of things started happening.
I'll share the reasons why I'm starting another podcast, and unpack what are you going to expect from this show. EnjoySnow notes
[01:56] Mentors are telling me that I'm crazy by quitting podcasting
- When I'm paying people by giving me advice, then I'll take it
- Shoutout to Chris Lema by pushing me
[03:15] I'm missing the podcasting format
- Podcasting is the perfect format for deeply exploring ideas
- It's the closest format to the radio, which I love and grew up with
- I miss being able to connect with my 'heroes' and build a relationship with people like Gary Vee, Michael Hyatt, Jeff Goins.
[06:10] I heard all of you
- A lot of people in my e-mail list and Twitter followers are asking when the next episode is coming.
- Podcasting is the medium that you and I connected regularly
- Many of my best clients referenced the podcast in some other shape or form
[08:10] This podcast will be about "Tiny Hinges, Big Doors"
- It's an amazing concept from Perry Marshall where a door is big but what moves the door are the little hinges.
- We're going to unpack the tiny hinges that we can focus on to swing big "doors" on your business
- You'll hear successful methods from guests that you can experiment on your own business
- Finding what works to help you take quantum leaps to your preferred future
- Finding what works to help you find the highest and best use of your time