In this episode, I speak with Ariana Sylvester. Our primary focus is on alignment. For so many entrepreneurs, they have this mindset of “I’ll start a business, then I’ll make money, and then I’ll have the life I want.” Unfortunately, that process is a bit oversimplified, as it ignores the most crucial aspect – putting in the work. Becoming an entrepreneur means long hours and a grueling schedule, which also means that your spouse and family have to be on the same page.
On today’s episode of the 6 to 7 Figures Podcast, I’m talking with Brian Kurtz, the champion of over-delivery. In fact, he literally wrote the book on it. In this episode, we discuss the value of over-delivery and how customer service is the backbone of your marketing strategy. Highly satisfied customers are not only going to keep coming back for more, but they will refer your business and hype you up to everyone they know, which can build a massive network in a short amount of time.
In this episode, I’m talking with Bob Kroon, author of a remarkable book Finding Revenue: How Founders, Owners, and CEOs Lead Marketing and Sales. Bob is also an executive coach that helps business leaders learn the skills to grow their companies.
Today on the 6 to 7 Figures Podcast, we’re talking with Brandon Smith. He’s an executive coach that’s also known as the “workplace therapist.” Simply put, he goes into companies (sometimes massive mega-corporations) and cures their dysfunction. We’re going to pick his brain about what’s causing these problems and how he became the go-to “curer” of this problem.
In this episode, I talk with April Lewis about her journey from virtual assistant to business coach. She talks about the critical points on the journey that guided her to leave behind the “busy work” that was not helping her live the life she wanted. We run through the process she takes her clients on to create a more rewarded – and less busy – life and business for themselves.
In this episode, I talk with Alisa Atkinson McDonald about how she helps corporate teams create breakthroughs. We discuss the importance of communication and diversity. We walk through her process for creating change from the top. She gives a unique insight into the importance of culture and alignment.
We talk about sales training in this episode. Bill Caskey gives us the lowdown on how salespeople perform best and what keeps most salespeople from having the success they have the potential for. Bill and I talk about his sales training methodology and we discuss the biggest mistakes salespeople make when trying to improve their sales performance.
I talk with Alan M. Shafer in this episode about business models. We talk about the difference between financing and bootstrapping your business. We also talk about the big mistakes companies make when growing their own company. In particular, we focus on the importance of mentorship and advisors.
I talk to Anthony Trucks in this episode to discuss his career as an NFL athlete and how it has shaped his ability to create success for himself and his clients. We discuss the work he does with other athletes and entrepreneurs to coach them in achieving success. We talk about what success means and the difference between those who achieve it and those who don’t.
In this episode, I talk with Alyssa Dver about the concept of confidence. We talk about where it comes from, how to create it, and the surprising fact about confidence that may reshape how you view yourself.