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13 minutes | 14 days ago
Episode #60 How To Advance Your Business With Balance With Princeton Clark
Today’s guest, Princeton Clark, has spent the last 17.5 years working as a self-mastery coach. Clark owns and operates his self-mastery business, Evolved Mastery. He is also a published author, “Awakening Your Inner Master: The Journey of Self Mastery”, which you can purchase on Amazon. He is also a contract mastery coach for Tony Robbins. Clark considers himself a servant on life’s journey, to help ignite everyone and change the world along the way. His purpose is to serve as many people as possible. He loves to elevate, impact and watch people grow. The more you help others, the more doors of opportunity open for both parties. Understand the Things You Need to Calm the ChaosWhen you start a business, it’s hard to delegate everything. Clark even says that he had to evolve many times over the years, and he continues this evolution even to this day. However, it’s important to understand that you shouldn’t do this alone. Mastery is all about releasing things and surrendering yourself to opportunities, love and others. Balance Your TreePicture your life as a tree. Business is only one branch of that tree. All your branches have leaves that include relationships, mental health, emotional state, physical health and your spirit. In life, your goal is to nurture all your branches. Stress only comes when you don’t have any balance on your tree.So how do you bring back balance? You first need to reconnect with your soul. What is causing your issues, and how can you resolve them? Then, pay attention to what you are feeding your tree. For example, who are you surrounding yourself with, or have you practiced self-care recently? Once you have your equilibrium back, use your business to bring love, life and advancement to others. Be Present in the MomentOnce you own a business, you’re always on the go. You may get to the point where you’re stretching yourself too much. Instead, you need to “get present in the moment, (there is) no blueprint in your life. You are creating it every day.” Ask yourself, how do you want to feel in life? Then, do the things that create that feeling. Always listen to your heart and create a life that aligns with your life’s goal feeling. Want to hear more from Princeton Clark? Then, head over to his website, Evolved Mastery. You can also reach him at Clubhouse. Just search for @PrincetonClark and shoot him a message about what inspired you on this podcast.
27 minutes | a month ago
Episode #59 How To Be Visible and Credible In Business With Mitchell Levy
Today’s guest is Mitchell Levy, whose name you might recognize from one of the more than 60 books this bestselling author, entrepreneur, thought leader and global credibility expert has written. You may also have seen his TEDx Talk.Mitchell has extensive entrepreneurial experience. He has created 20 businesses in Silicon Valley, four of which are publishing companies that have produced more than 750 books. He’s here now to share some of the wisdom he has accumulated over the years. A Focus on CredibilityMitchell’s favorite thing about being an entrepreneur is freedom. He gets to decide what type of life he wants to live. Creating your own rules means you can challenge the status quo and serve your clients to the best of your ability.For him, that means focusing on credibility. Credibility is a fundamental part of running a business because it’s how prospects decide whether they want to work with you. If you don’t have credibility, you don’t have clients. The balance between the Credibility Nation and its opposite, the Dubious Nation, is skewed heavily in favor of dubiousness. Mitchell is dedicated to changing that. Finding ClarityDuring his interviews with some of today’s most well-known thought leaders, Mitchell found that 98 percent of them needed more clarity when it came to their message. That’s almost everyone, but how can that be? Having a message is essential to promoting yourself and your business. Sometimes, entrepreneurs know who they want to be, but they don’t know what it means or how to get there. If that’s how you feel, you can start working toward a solution by deciding who you want to serve and how you want to serve them.Other times, entrepreneurs struggle with the fact that their time is finite. There will always be more work to do and more people to serve, but you also need time to take care of yourself and your family. Finding the balance between those factors is one of the most challenging things you will ever do. For clarity here, begin by asking yourself how you want to live. The rest will follow. Are you looking to build your credibility or clarify your message? Mitchell offers credibility training and services. Visit his website to learn more. Check out his extensive bibliography, including his most recent book, “Credibility Nation: For Professionals Who Want to Be Seen as Credible.”.
24 minutes | a month ago
Episode #58 How To Turn Technology Into Profit And Delight Your Clients With Catherine Behrenbrinker
Today’s guest, Catherine Behrenbrinker, is the president and CEO of Simplicity Communications. She likes to say that their main job is to read clients’ phone bills and delight them. Delighting comes in multiple forms at Simplicity, whether it is through eliminating issues, consolidating data, saving on costs, recommending other tools and or other helpful technical advances. There are three focus keywords at Simplicity Communications — humble, hungry and smart. Catherine explains by knowing the DNA and characteristics of your brand, the easier time you will have in approaching challenges, obstacles and other daily activities. As an entrepreneur, Catherine loves creating and executing her brand’s vision. She loves that she can not only be a leader but bring technology to customers as well as watch her clients and employees evolve and flourish. Be Comfortable Being UncomfortableIn business, every day is overwhelming. As an entrepreneur, you have to “be comfortable with being uncomfortable” and figure out how to prioritize your goals, tasks and team. Don’t be afraid to focus on tools to help place people on the right task. Also, as a business owner, you must prioritize communication. Share learning experiences and collaborate to build a strong team. While you want to embrace the chaos, you must also know when the chaos is healthy or unhealthy. Don’t force yourself to handle everything at once or even by yourself. Catherine wisely states that you cannot “eat an elephant at one time, not the whole thing.” Instead, each day you look at all aspects of your brand and get better along the way. Embrace TechnologyThe one thing Catherine hears over and over again from clients is how confused and intimidated they are by technology. Instead, many of them believe that it eats at the budget. However, Catherine advises people to “make technology a revenue producer.” There are so many tools and extensions that can help you improve efficiency and automate items. Many of Catherine’s clients call Simplicity Communications the ‘Dragon Slayers’. They do everything in their power to improve their customers’ company, communication and overall experience. For example, Simplicity Communications helped a large grocery store chain not only reach historical savings but also bring in visibility and control costs. And who can say no to that? If you like how Catherine Behrenbrinker does business or what she talked about on today’s podcast, click here to check her out on social media. Want to see how Simplicity Communications can help you or your business? Visit their website to learn more details.
20 minutes | a month ago
Episode #57 How To Make Successful Progress As An Entrepreneur With Daniel Gomez
Today’s guest, Daniel Gomez, is an entrepreneur who wears many hats. Daniel works primarily as a keynote motivational speaker but also serves his clients as an executive confidence coach and corporate trainer. Who Is Daniel Gomez?For Daniel, life and business are all about priorities. People always come first in his world, beginning with his family and extending outward from there. He encourages his clients and the audiences who hear him speak to discover who in their life deserves first priority, and give them the time and attention they deserve. What Are Daniel’s Core Principles?Daniel stresses the importance of remaining open-hearted and intentional in what we do and say. The principles of open-heartedness and intentionality are core values to him, and both are also mission-critical to developing his “Champion’s Mindset.” These two principles are also the driving force behind Daniel’s emphasis on the importance of personal connections between team members. Any leader seeking lasting growth must be committed to developing those strong connections. A business built without first building up your team is destined to fail.He encourages every business leader to first open their heart, and it will open their mind. Daniel goes on to encourage leaders to always act with clear evidence of planning and intent in all they do. Acting from an open heart with intentionality allows your team to connect with you and each other as you lead by example.Insights About Virtual vs. Face-To-Face TrainingDaniel also emphasizes the impact of digital conferencing and training during the pandemic. Daniel has a lot to say about this topic, and he provides several unique insights that are applicable now and in the future.Reach out to Daniel to book a speaking engagement for your team by visiting his website. Follow him on Twitter and Facebook. Be sure to follow, like and comment on this episode, and remember we always welcome your thoughts and feedback.
16 minutes | a month ago
Episode #56 How To Prepare For The Most Important Moments With Dr. Rob Bell
Today’s guest, Dr. Rob Bell, is a sports psychology coach who focuses on mental toughness for athletes of all kinds. However, mental toughness goes beyond the football field or the basketball court. In Rob’s mind, we’re all athletes, our offices are just different. What is mental toughness? In Rob’s eyes, mental toughness is the ability to not only accomplish your goals but also to handle setbacks. While mental toughness alone won’t give you a trophy, lack of mental toughness can cause you to fail. Some Battles are Worth Fighting, Even If We LoseRob’s favorite aspect of being in business is the ability to take shots even if they aren’t winning ones. He says it’s all about the opportunity. As entrepreneurs, we have the power to choose what shots we take. Why not take as many as possible? You never know what the outcome will be until you try. Rob also emphasizes the importance of knowing your worth. It’s easy to be influenced by all the “no’s” and negative thoughts surrounding your work. Find your worth and charge accordingly for what you do best. You may still hear “no”, but it will make hearing “yes” much more valuable. Every Door Has a HingeRob’s wisdom for fellow business owners is to always look for the hinges in life. We always hear how doors open and close with opportunities, but it’s really the hinge that directs the door. What are the hinges in life? It could be one person, one moment, one decision that can make a big difference in your life. Sometimes, we can only see the impact of these hinges much later in life. Rob’s advice is to appreciate the journey, as that’s where all the growth and transformation comes from. Rob is ready to work with athletes of all kinds. In addition to his coaching services, Rob also hosts the “15 Minutes of Mental Toughness” podcast and is the author of several best-selling books, including “Puke and Rally: It’s Not About the Setback, It’s About the Comeback”Are you ready to increase your mental toughness? Schedule a call with Rob today by clicking here.
17 minutes | 2 months ago
Episode #55 How To Find Joy As An Entrepreneur With Laura Rotter
Today’s guest, Laura Rotter, spent years working on Wall Street. One day, she woke up and realized that she was using her life to make money. Now, she uses money to make her life while helping others do the same. Laura is the founder of True Abundance Advisors, a financial life-planning firm focused on helping mid-life professionals transition into new careers and opportunities. She strives to give her clients financial stability and satisfaction in their lives. Combining Freedom with CreativityLaura’s favorite thing about being in business is the freedom to be creative. After starting her own business, she found joy in building the company with her ideal image. She has total freedom when it comes to marketing, sales and systems. While not usually a fan of systems, she embraced having processes and workflows in place to enhance her freedom and creativity. She is now able to establish systems that work for her, which comes in handy during these crazy, uncertain times. Showing Gratitude as an EntrepreneurAs entrepreneurs and business owners, it’s easy for us to focus only on the destination, feeling dissatisfied with the journey and inevitable roadblocks along the way. Laura implores business owners to start practicing gratitude. Start focusing on all the good in your life, whether it be your team members, satisfied clients, friends or family. Showing gratitude allows us to be more present. Many entrepreneurs let their ambition take over, losing sight of what’s going on in the present moment. Laura highlights the term “ease” as a way to help her slow down and take time for herself, practicing daily meditation and other mindfulness practices. She encourages all business owners to take time for themselves. Whether it’s a 10-minute walk, going to the gym, eating a nourishing meal or writing in your journal, it’s essential to have time for peace and joy. Are you a business professional going through a career change or life transformation? Laura is ready to help you! With over 30 years of experience, she’s an expert in financial planning and stability. Click here to visit her website and learn more about her services.
16 minutes | 2 months ago
Episode #54 How To Achieve Your Best Health With Dave Sherwin
As entrepreneurs and business owners, our physical health can often take a backseat. Health and wellness expert Dave Sherwin is here to explain how you can achieve optimal health at any age, even for busy entrepreneurs!Dave is the owner of Dirobi and CCL Supplements, both leading companies in the health and wellness industry. His goal with both companies is to create supplements that help people of all ages maintain proper vitamin and mineral amounts. For those struggling to handle business overwhelm, his products might be the solution you are looking for. Professional DevelopmentWhat sets Dave apart from other health and wellness experts? He says it all comes down to professional development. His team is constantly working on growth, improvement and knowledge. Their culture of collaboration and continuous learning has allowed them to stay on top of their game. When the pandemic hit, Dirobi saw a huge influx of new business. While their competitors fell behind, Dirobi was ready to take on the challenge, selling four months’ worth of products in just 30 days. Wellness Wisdom for the Overworked Business OwnerDave has a three-pillared approach to health and wellness: nutrition, fitness and supplements. Finding balance in these three areas is the key to optimal health. Easier said than done, right? According to Dave, you don’t have to follow any crazy diets or take any outrageous supplements to be healthy. Eating a well-balanced diet, staying active as much as possible and taking basic supplements are all sustainable practices anyone can do to stay healthy. A healthy business owner is a happy one. If you feel well, then you are more likely to serve your clients on a higher level. Dave also recommends limiting social media and practicing mindfulness and meditation.Dave is also a health and wellness coach. Sign up for a consultation with him here. Are you ready to start living a healthier life? Click here to see what Dirobi has to offer.
13 minutes | 2 months ago
Episode #53 How To Elevate Your Own Potential With Dr. Kimberly Hambrick
“Borrow the belief I have in you until your belief matches mine.”These powerful words were given to today’s guest, Dr. Kimberly Hambrick, by her mentor. What do these words mean to you? To Kimberly, it meant adopting a new way of thinking and self-reflection. Empowering Others to Empower ThemselvesKimberly is a leadership development and growth coach for business owners. With over 30 years of experience in the business world, she aims to create empowered leaders by helping them bust through their negative belief systems, or BS systems. How did she come up with this unique approach to business coaching? It all comes back to that powerful phrase: “Borrow the belief I have in you until your belief matches mine.” In other words, you must have the same confidence in yourself as others do in you. That idea doesn’t come easily to anyone, especially business owners. I Am…For years, Kimberly struggled with limiting self-beliefs and a doubting mindset. With the help of several colleagues, she started writing “I Am” statements. She realized how difficult it was to write anything positive about herself. This exercise helped put her on the right track, and now she wants to use her knowledge to help others. Known as the BS buster (BS being belief systems), she helps entrepreneurs bust through their negative thoughts and mindsets. She creates empowered, confident business owners ready to tackle any challenge. Kimberly’s favorite part about being in business is seeing that “a-ha,” transformative moment in her clients. Seeing them blossom with confidence and empowerment brings her joy and happiness. She also enjoys breaking barriers with fellow coaches by networking and collaborating with them when things get overwhelming. Are you ready to become a more empowered business leader? Kimberly is ready to help you! She offers assessments, courses and coaching to business owners from a variety of industries. Visit her website to learn more about her coaching services and listen to her podcast for more business wisdom.
20 minutes | 2 months ago
Episode #52 How To Master Your Skillset For Better Business Strategy With David Shriner-Cahn
We all face a scary transition at some point in our professional lives. Whether you want to break free of the employee lifestyle, your position is terminated or you just want to make a change, zeroing in on what you’re good at is the key to obtaining quality results. Today’s guest, David Shriner-Cahn has made that transition, and he’s here to help you, too!David was an employee for almost 30 years as a chemical engineer. In 2006, he made the shift into entrepreneurship, starting TEND Strategic Partners and eventually the “Smashing the Plateau” podcast in 2014. He also launched the “Going Solo” podcast in 2019. His goal is to help experts start up their own coaching and consulting businesses, after years of being an employee. While working with professionals from all industries, he found that many of them had the knowledge to coach and consult others, but lacked the sales and marketing skills to grow their own practice. That’s where his team comes in! He’s helped experts from all over the world transition into a new career path. Finding a Quality NicheYou’ve probably heard thousands of people say that you have to find a niche market to be successful. While that is partly true, David believes that you can work smarter and make money by finding a quality niche.Let’s say you want to provide marketing services to businesses. Great! There are about a billion businesses that need marketing services. Do you have the infrastructure to take on that many businesses? Of course not. But, let’s say you specialize in running Facebook ads for businesses with a $10,000 annual budget for advertising. While that is specific, it allows you to find a quality niche without becoming overwhelmed. Slow Down and ReflectWhen we think of trauma and grief, job loss typically doesn’t come to mind. However, David emphasizes that leaving a job after years and years is a form of trauma. For years, you may have had the same job title, same coworkers and the same daily routine. Transitioning away from that is a lot to take in, especially when starting a new, entrepreneurial path. David’s advice to those going through that transition is this: Take some time to grieve. You probably want to hit the ground running and start building your new business, but you need time to reflect. Take time to relax, practice healthy habits and slowly begin the process of starting your business. Rushing an idea will ultimately come back to haunt you later. Are you ready to work with David and learn how to transition into the wonderful world of entrepreneurship? Visit his website, or listen to “Smashing the Plateau” and “Going Solo” to learn more.
13 minutes | 3 months ago
Episode #51 How To Build Your Online Brand With Brett Wharton
Brett Wharton is the founder and CEO of Nexus Marketing, a full-service marketing agency that focuses on building businesses in the digital space. While Nexus has a focus on building online traffics and websites, Brett and his team are dedicated to getting your business at the top of Google’s search results. Since its inception in 2014, Nexus has helped thousands of businesses increase their online presence through social media, copywriting, branding and more. How do they do it? Brett says it’s all about building relationships and making digital marketing accessible to everyone. Instead of throwing out buzzwords like PPC and SEO, Nexus takes a different approach. Starting with website design, they move into the goals and objectives of the business to find which marketing strategies will work best. Whether they write blog posts, make a YouTube channel or build up social media accounts, their ultimate goal is for their clients to be happy.When it comes to business wisdom, Brett says that every business owner should focus on their own network. With all the chaos and overwhelm going on due to the pandemic, it helps to know who’s in your corner. Don’t be afraid to reach out to fellow business owners, work collaboratively and find opportunities to help others whenever you can. Along with that, Brett emphasizes the importance of building your own brand. He suggests dedicating time each week to building your systems, processes and branding. This will ensure your business can run smoothly with or without you. Are you ready to grow your business to new heights online? Nexus is ready to help you! Get in touch with Brett on Nexus’ website and learn more about their services. Stay in touch with Brett and Nexus on LinkedIn.
13 minutes | 3 months ago
Episode #50 How To Break Barriers To Success While Standing In Your True Value With Steve Sims
Today’s guest has been called the real-life Wizard of Oz and has strived to live up to that reputation. Steve Sims is the founder of Bluefish, the world’s first luxury concierge service that provides top-notch entertainment, travel and transportation to celebrities, executives and entrepreneurs alike. In addition to his work with Bluefish, Steve is also a coach, author and podcast host, among other things. His bottom line is helping fellow entrepreneurs get the most out of their business, while also providing the best service to his own clients. Steve shares his business wisdom, which was set in place for him at a young age by his father. “No one drowns from falling in the water, they drown by staying there”, meaning if you stay in a state of failure, you will only continue to fail. If you’re drowning, you have to find a way out. His advice for budding entrepreneurs is to forget about branding. If you focus on what you do, what you can solve for your clients and how you interact with them, they will do the branding for you. No matter what, always be transparent. Stay true to who you are and don’t worry about what you look like, what car you drive or how nice your house is. The important thing is that your clients are happy. Learn more about Steve by visiting his website or by picking up a copy of his book. Steve also hosts “The Art of Making Things Happen” podcast, where he interviews entrepreneurs from all walks of life. Interested in traveling the world or seeing your favorite performers? Check out what Bluefish has to offer here.
19 minutes | 3 months ago
Episode #49 How To Grow A Business To Exit Rich With Michelle Seiler Tucker
Today’s podcast guest knows the ins and outs of running a business. Michelle Seiler-Tucker is a serial entrepreneur who wears many hats. She is a merger and acquisition master intermediary, a senior business analyst, author, speaker and TV host among others. With over 20 years in the business world, Michelle is here today to share her business wisdom and let business owners know how they can grow a sustainable business. What’s Your Favorite Part of Being in Business?Michelle’s favorite part of being a business is hearing stories from fellow entrepreneurs. She loves hearing how they started their business, their goals and how she can help them. She takes the term “servant leadership” to heart and genuinely loves helping others. How does she help her clients?Michelle specializes in buying, selling, fixing and growing businesses. She has sold over 500 companies and conducted thousands of business evaluations. Her focus is to help small businesses grow or sell businesses to make more money. She aims to make every business she works with sustainable and scalable. She also helps business owners develop and scale their franchises. The Growth of the StartupAs we all know, the pandemic has changed how everyone does business. With more and more businesses switching to a digital platform, chaos and overwhelm are running rampant in the business world. Michelle explains that over 160,000 startups were established in 2020, most being digitally-based, which is an astonishing number when compared to previous years. Will all these startups survive? Michelle says it’s all about establishing a solid foundation. Whether you’ve been in business for a year or a decade, your business will not be sustainable without a solid foundation. What goes into a solid foundation? The main factors are systems and processes, adaptability and surrounding yourself with the right people. For example, 2020 showed us the companies that failed to adapt and innovate. Businesses like K-Mart, Toys”R”Us and others saw massive decline and closures, while many digitally-based businesses like Amazon are thriving. As the needs of consumers change, so must your systems and processes. Selling a Business, Not a JobIn her line of work, Michelle sees a lot of entrepreneurs make the same mistakes. They are ready to sell their business but they are too tied up in it. A lot of times, they are the business. Once they’re gone, there’s no business left to sell. Michelle’s advice to entrepreneurs is to build your business up to eventually thrive without you. Surround yourself with a team that has your vision in mind. Scale the business to run smoothly without you having to run day-to-day operations. When you’re ready to sell, your business can still run smoothly without you. A business shouldn’t be dependent on one person being there. Are you looking to buy, sell, fix or grow your business? Michelle is ready to work with you. Contact her on her website to get started. She also has a new book coming out, “Exit Rich”, a must-have guide for any business owner. Listen to her “Exit Rich” podcast, where she discusses all things business with fellow entrepreneurs.
10 minutes | 3 months ago
Episode #48 How To Optimize Your Sales To Create More Freedom With Jason Cutter
How do you optimize your sales team to create more freedom? Sales success consultant, podcast host and author Jason Cutter has the answer! On today’s podcast, Jason discusses his role in helping businesses sell more effectively as well as his business wisdom. Jason is the founder of Cutter Consulting Group, where he works tirelessly to breathe new life into the sales industry. His focus is to help businesses fill in the gaps within their sales team so their reps are ready to hit the ground running. If your sales are stagnating, you have some gaps within your business or you have an uninspired sales team on your hands, Jason will help you optimize your sales tactics to help you meet your goals. His vision is to make sales more than just taking an order but rather an exciting, thrilling career. Jason’s Business WisdomOn today’s show, Jason also shares his wisdom learned from being in business for almost 20 years. He says one of the biggest challenges in business is being self-aware as an owner. Business owners need to ask themselves what their strengths and weaknesses are, what they need to focus on and what areas they need to bring in help for.Many business owners are typically biased toward one area of their organization, usually, the one they have the most experience with such as sales or marketing. With this bias in place, the other areas of the business suffer. Being self-aware of what you’re good at will allow you to delegate tasks that you don’t want to do. You have to put trust in your team and surround yourself with the right people for the job. These ideas are especially true when working in the digital space, as many businesses are dealing with chaos and overwhelm. Luckily, when it comes to sales, Jason’s consulting group has new and exciting ways to help your reps go beyond their quotas and really enjoy their careers. Thus, making YOU more money (and who doesn’t love that?).Are you ready to jumpstart your sales career? Does your sales team need a revamp? Contact Jason on his website, where you can also buy his book “Selling with Authentic Persuasion” and listen to his “Authentic Persuasion” podcast.
14 minutes | 3 months ago
Episode #47 How To Be Hungry And Stay Humble With Brian Hess
What’s the hardest part about being in business? Coach, Serial Entrepreneur and Digital Marketing Expert, Brian Hess, says the hardest part is just getting started. Brian is the founder of The Pavement Group, a construction company specializing in asphalt and concrete installation. Brian is also the founder of the Top Contractor School, an elite online community helping contractors both old and new grow their businesses. When he isn’t helping his clients grow their businesses, he hosts a daily podcast called “The Perspective Podcast”. Brian is also a husband and father of four. On today’s show, Brian shares his wisdom about being in business. He says the key to success in any business is to simply get started and not give up. So many budding entrepreneurs give up too easily or let others talk them out of following their dreams. Many people think what entrepreneurs do is crazy. Well, maybe so, right?To Brian, all of the doubt, fear, failure and uncertainty of being an entrepreneur was the fuel he needed to succeed. In the end, he’s created a freedom lifestyle, not only financial freedom but also creative freedom and the ability to spend his days helping others. Isn’t that what entrepreneurship is all about? How to Approach the Digital Space With the majority of his business coming from the digital space, Brian also discusses finding a balance in working digitally. The internet is an unlimited resource, which is overwhelming for some people. Some business owners get caught up in finding new connections online without nurturing the existing ones. Brian says it’s all about balance. The digital world is the future of business, and failing to adapt may lead to failure. Utilizing social media and digital marketing are crucial tools for any modern entrepreneur. Even though some say that social media is damaging, Brain believes that it’s revealing. Social media reveals insecurities, fears and opinions. However, it can also reveal your strengths and benefits too! Using social media to your advantage is an essential part of any modern business. Don’t Get ComfortableBrian offers his words of wisdom. Don’t get comfortable. Society as a whole puts too much emphasis on seeking comfort when real fulfillment comes from facing uncertainty. If you’re too comfortable, you probably aren’t trying hard enough. Bottom line, if you’re going to fall down a million times. The key is to get back up and keep going. Are you ready to connect with Brian? Learn more about Top Contractor School and The Pavement Group, and listen to Brian’s daily podcast on Facebook.
12 minutes | 4 months ago
Episode #46 How to Raise Your B2B Sales Through Podcasting With John Corcoran
On today’s podcast, John Corcoran offers his wisdom for business owners looking to strengthen their network and relationships. Through podcasting and creative content, John is able to help his clients generate ROI without traditional selling techniques. John, along with his partner Dr. Jeremy Weisz, founded their company, Rise25 LLC, to help B2B businesses connect to prospects, referral partners and strategic partners using a done-for-you podcast. With over 20 years of collective podcast experience, Rise25 aims to use content and relationships to grow your business. John describes himself as a recovering attorney, having practiced law for a number of years. About 10 years ago, he left his practice behind to start his entrepreneurial journey. Through his podcast, “Smart Business Revolution”, John has met with hundreds of entrepreneurs, CEOs and authors. Through his own podcast network, John is able to show his clients how they can do the same. The traditional selling techniques of cold-calling and emailing are just not effective or efficient. John says the most effective way to grow your business is through your network, and podcasting is one of the best ways to grow your network. John’s Business WisdomJohn believes that every obstacle in business can be overcome with the help of a colleague. The more people you have in your network the more resources you have for solving problems. What better way to get to know other business leaders than a podcast? Not only will you gain wisdom from them, but you will get to know them on a deeper level. John says the secret is to be proactive when growing your network. Don’t wait for people to come to you. If you want to get in touch with someone you admire, reach out to that person! Your network can develop in a variety of ways, but actively working on growing it is essential. John also stresses the importance of content. With digital marketing being the name of the game these days, sharing content is one of the most effective ways to increase your revenue and strengthen your network. So, is it time to ditch the cold calling and start a podcast? Rise25 has the tools you need to get started. Contact John directly at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the company’s website to learn more about what they do.
10 minutes | 4 months ago
Episode #45 How to Tap Into Your Real Professional Power With Pam Savino
On today’s episode, spiritual life coach and business owner Pam Savino offers her words of wisdom for fellow business owners and those looking to expand their spirituality. Pam started her business, Live Authentically, after two major transformative experiences in her life. Prior to starting her business, she was a stay-at-home mom burning the candle at both ends. She felt unfulfilled, like something was missing in her lifeAfter a period of extreme loss and an amicable divorce, Pam decided to take charge of her life and create her new reality. As a mother, Pam always found the most joy in caring for her children and wanted to expand that to make a greater impact on the world. After noticing that so many other people were going through the same struggles as she was, she enrolled in life coaching courses and now offers one-on-one and group coaching and welcomes invitations for speaking engagements. The purpose of Live Authentically is to help others find their true purpose and to partner with the Universe to create their new reality.On today’s show, Pam emphasizes the importance of listening to your intuition, leveling up and setting high standards for yourself, personally and professionally. She also explains how essential it is for business owners to step back and observe patterns in their everyday lives. How do you react to certain situations? Are there certain behaviors that need adjusting? Recognizing patterns and always being willing to work on yourself is a major key to success. Work with Pam by visiting her website. In addition to her coaching, she is also a podcast host and author. Listen to the Live Authentically Podcast here and check out her book on Amazon.
8 minutes | 4 months ago
Episode #44 How To Set Yourself Up For Daily Success With Mark Ferreli
Mark Ferrelli is the owner of BarBack Distribution in Pittsburgh, a service specializing in delivering bar-related supplies to help clients save time and money. His company has been up and running since 2006 and has steadily grown over the years. He works with bars, restaurants, hotels and a number of different clients with liquor licences, delivering their bar orders right to their location. Being able to meet a diverse array of people, build relationships and serve other businesses is what he loves to do.In this episode, Mark discloses his personal tips for how to set yourself up for daily success. He dives into the different ways taking care of yourself can help you better serve your clients.Mark also discusses personal accountability, not getting caught up in decision making and the one thing that’s better than any vacation destination. You can easily reach Mark here on his website, Facebook, and LinkedIn. Find out more and join the virtual community Built for Brilliance.
13 minutes | 4 months ago
Episode #43 How to Leverage Advertising With A Few Simple Secrets With Katie Switzer
Katie Switzer identifies herself as a West Virginian, a wife, a mother, and a successful business owner. She works in the digital space, helping run Facebook ads for e-commerce companies. She is passionate about helping other leaders grow and scale their businesses. It gives her great joy to witness how her skills can transform her clients’ businesses and help them reach a wider audience.In this episode, Katie discloses in great detail how to leverage advertising with a few simple secrets. She goes over several valuable tips, including Facebook bid auctions, how to get the most out of your budget, and retargeting.Katie also discusses how important it is for business leaders to be unafraid to ask for help, and she shares her favorite getaway when she needs a break. You can easily reach Katie by email: Katie@engineeredmarketing.io Find out more and join the virtual community Built for Brilliance.
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Episode #42 How To Communicate With Your Team To Build Common Ground With Suzanne Castle
Unlimited Business Wisdom Episode #42Suzanne Castle, owner of Suzanne Castle Consulting, is a motivational speaker and is proudly known as the Chief Sparkler and Curator of Collaboration. She steps in with creative solutions when individuals, teams or companies need help getting unstuck.Companies and leaders reach out to her when they need to unlock creative strategies, reach communication breakthroughs and uncover their inner glimmer. Suzanne believes that staying stuck is never a solution and promises to deliver high-performance dream teams.In this episode, Suzanne discloses her secrets on how to communicate with your team to build common ground. She also talks about her free A.S.K Method template to help with project implementation, which you can find below. Suzanne goes on to discuss how important it is to have back-end systems in place as well as her favorite place to go to disconnect and enjoy a glass of wine. Suzanne Castle’s Free A.S.K Method Template:http://suzannecastle.com/free/ask/ You can easily find Suzanne here on her site:http://suzannecastle.com/ Find out more and join the virtual community Built for Brilliance here:https://www.buildbrilliance.net
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Episode #41 How To Create Your Offer And Improve Your Copy With Michael Kelly
Unlimited Business Wisdom Episode #41Michael Kelly is an agency owner, co-founder at Ads and Funnels and a professional copywriter. He specializes in copywriting, funnel design and sales strategy.He works with coaches, consultants and local businesses to help them develop successful funnel strategies, design and copy. Being able to help his clients and create a ripple effect of impact is what drives him in business.In this episode, Michael discloses the three-steps in his offer creation process. He also shares all seven of his copywriting tips that every business owner should know. Michael goes on to discuss everything from how to prepare for business growth to his most vivid, childhood vacation memories. You can easily find Michael here on his sites:https://www.facebook.com/RealMichaelKelly/ https://www.adsandfunnels.co/ Find out more and join the virtual community Built for Brilliance here:https://www.buildbrilliance.net
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