In this episode, I talk with Allan Dib about his efforts to scale his marketing agency. We talk about the challenges of hiring as well as handing off work to his team. He outlines a path for any agency or service business to grow while having to hire people to do the work.
In this episode I interview Alana Joynes. Alana helps service based business owners to implement the right marketing foundations and strategy so that they can attract their ideal target whilst building an attractive brand and positioning themselves as a thought leader.
In this episode I talk to Andrew Sparks. We discuss his amazing journey out of drug use and dealing into a full life as an entrepreneur who now inspires so many. We discuss the secrets to leveraging one’s own story and journey to motivate you to achieve more than you ever thought possible.
In this episode I talk to Peter Frumenti about sales mastery for coaches.
In this special 100th episode of the 6 to 7 Figures Show, I am honored to host JV Crum III, host of the network of Conscious Millionaire podcast and radio shows. We talked about his journey in serial entrepreneurship and what has motivated him to keep climbing past that millionaire mark.
In this Best Of The 6 to 7 Figures Show episode, I talk with Gene Hammett who works with the CEOs of the Inc 500. He talks about what makes the difference between a CEO of an Inc 500 company and other companies. He also talks about why the importance of focusing on his niche has been critical to his success.
In this episode, I talk with Krishna Mohan about mergers, acquisitions, and exit financing. His experience with coaching businesses through this particularly critical phase of growth was evident. We discussed the big mistakes many entrepreneurs make with M&A.
In this episode of The 6 to 7 Figures Show, I talk with Dr. Matt Champagne about surveys. He shares his concern with the oversurveying happening in the industry. Also, he talks about the big mistakes most businesses make when giving surveys to their customers.
On today’s episode of the 6 to 7 Figures Podcast, I’m talking with Corey Rome, consultant extraordinaire. Like me, Carey started his consulting firm a while back, so he’s been in this industry for a long time. However, he really got into the execution side of things and then brought the advisory piece in later. Most consultants start the other way, but no matter how they get into it, the primary goal should be problem-solving.
Today, I’m talking with Buck Joffrey; a former neurosurgeon turned investor and entrepreneur. He runs the Wealth Formula Podcast, and he has over $250 million in managed assets. I wanted to pick his brain to help understand why so many entrepreneurs will make boatloads of cash in their business, only to turn around and hand it off to a financial advisor.