In this episode, Mitch and I talk about the value of building certification programs. Mitch talks about how certification has grown businesses with intellectual property of all types.
In this episode, Daniel and I talk about the similarities between controlling your diet and become a true high performer. We discuss habits and the power of preparing for success.
In this episode, James and I discuss having family and entrepreneurship. He discusses the important work he does with male service professionals in order to align their work with their life and priorities.
In this episode we discuss why understanding why you’re doing what you’re doing is so important. We talk about Nick’s work with entrepreneurs and how they become successful through an understanding of their “why.”
In this episode, I talk with Patty Dominguez about the importance of positioning. She advocates for a concept called “Category of One” where you stand out among all potential competitors. So much so that your ideal client wouldn’t even consider an alternative. We talk about how to make that happen and why in this day and age, positioning is so critical.
In this episode, I talk with Jason Hartman about real estate investing. We discuss why entrepreneurs often have the wrong impression of their investment needs and how real estate should play an important role. Jason shares the dos and don’ts of getting started with investing in general. Jason Hartman is the Founder of the Platinum Properties Investor Network and host of the Creating Wealth podcast, which is heard in more than 180 countries.
In this episode, we discuss prospecting and that dirty word “sales.” Alex talks about why putting these systems in place is critical to your success and the major things that hold people back from selling the way they need to in their business.
In this really unique conversation, I talk to Bob Kulhan about the art of improvisation and how it relates to being a better entrepreneur. We cover the elements of improvisation and how they improve creativity, communication, and sales.
I talk with Bill McRea about his entrepreneurial journey in creating traffic sources for entrepreneurs. He is the in-depth expert on paid traffic. We talk about the history of traffic generation and find the threads that have been profitable through each new round of product.
In this episode I talk to Adam about his work with professionals and getting them online. He discusses the adjustments to his business model and program that helped him finally dial in the service model.