Podcast Show Notes – Episode 142 | 09.19.2023 Episode Title: Jessica Yarbrough Episode summary introduction: How determined are you? You need accountability. Set boundaries and be consistent. Key Moments 00:00 – Introduction 01:22 – Talk me through that journey… 04:52 – Why do you think you find yourself going back to what you do now… 07:32 – How do you like to approach that with your clients… 13:24 – How do you go out there and capture market share… 18:29 – That requires us to check our ego… 21:37 – What are some milestones as an entrepreneur… 23:55 – Let's talk about personalities… 25:25 – Do you have those types of conversations with your clients… 34:17 – Let's go into the medium-size business space… 37:00 – How did you identify that was your target audience… 39:30 – Let's talk about health… 44:12 – You need accountability… 47:52 – Talk me through the difference between online courses and your program… 51:55 – What's the biggest mistake you have made… 54:07 – What is your favorite book… The Alchemist - https://www.amazon.com/Alchemist-ALCHEMIST-Coelho-Apr-25-2006-Paperback/dp/B00540JYS0/ref=sr_1_7?crid=2IHDDDVGVSCSS&keywords=the+alchemist+by+paulo+coelho&qid=1694998589&sprefix=the+alchemist++%2Caps%2C256&sr=8-7 The Atomic Habits - https://www.amazon.com/Atomic-Habits-Proven-Build-Break/dp/0735211299/ref=tmm_hrd_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=1694998411&sr=8-1 55:02 – In closing… Guest: Jessica Yarbrough LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jessicayarbrough-bizconsultant Website: https://www.jessicayarbrough.com YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@jessicayarbrough Host: Sean Barnes Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/the_seanbarnes https://www.instagram.com/the_wayofthewolf YouTube: youtube.thewayofthewolf.com LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/seanbarnes/ https://www.linkedin.com/company/thewayofthewolf/ TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@the_seanbarnes Email: Sean@thewayofthewolf.com Audible: https://www.audible.com/pd/The-Way-of-the-Wolf-Podcast/B08JJNXJ6C Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/2BTGdO25Vop3GTpGCY8Y8E?si=ea91c1ef6dd14f15
Is it necessary for me to be in that meeting?Is it necessary that I'm in that Slack channel?Is it necessary I'm cc'd on that email?These are some of the questions I've been asking myself lately… but it took me a long time to even know to ask these questions. (Like years and years!)Why? These are questions you learn to ask when you know you're in the stability phase of a business project. (More on that phase in this episode!).You see, I had to learn to ask different types of questions in distinct phases of my business (or distinct phases of a business project) in order to grow and take effective action.Why am I telling you this? Because I learned that the mindset I needed to embrace and the actions I needed in each phase are totally different (and lead to different results).In other words: my growth was stymied until I learned WHAT phase I was in and WHAT types of questions to ask.In this episode, I'm sharing everything I've learned about the different phases of business and I'm breaking down the questions you should ask in each, the mindset you'll want to embrace, and how to know what actions to take as you move forward.Click play to hear all of this and….[00:02:04] How to know if you're asking questions in the foundational phase (and the mindset you'll find helpful in this phase)[00:06:03] How to know if you're asking questions in the stability phase (and the mindset you'll find helpful in this phase)[00:09:07] How to know if you're asking questions in the scale phase (and the mindset you'll find helpful in this phase)[00:11:10] How to find and connect with complementary businesses to market and grow your businesses together[00:12:11] How to reframe your “I want” questions to create actionable steps that will help you achieve your business goals[00:17:49] How to reframe your dead-end questions into open-ended questions to find the answers and get resultsFor full show notes; visit: https://jasminestar.com/podcast/episode368
Chelsea and her manager and producing partner Jordan Moncada sit down to talk about Glossy, the new book about Emily Weiss and the founding of Glossier, and dish a bit about how it relates to the business we're building here at Glamorous Trash. Fair warning - a pitcher of espresso martinis was involved in the making of this episode. If you're just interested in book stuff, book discussion starts at 12 minutes in! For more book recaps & gentle tea, follow Chelsea on Instagram @chelseadevantez Become a member of the Patreon! We've rebranded! The content of the podcast is staying the same, but the name is changing! For 3 years we have recapped and discussed celebrity memoirs. We have laughed about gossip, cried about trauma, and laugh-cried about our own personal obstacles, and one day it became clear that we needed a new name that would more accurately reflect the depth of the show and the thoughtful and hilarious community who surrounds it. And so, Celebrity Book Club has become Glamorous Trash! We're celebrating with a Live Show October 6th in LA. Tickets here (available to stream on Patreon afterwards) Thank you to our sponsors: Tanteo Tequila -- @tanteotequila Natalie's Juice Company -- @nataliesoj Pattern Brands - @patternbrands
Welcome to the BMS Podcast! This week, co-host Christina Fuentes, a Licensed NBR Artist, shares her inspiring journey in the hair industry. Christina's career began in 1998, but she yearned for more fulfillment. She found it in specializing in NBR hair extensions, attracting clients seeking the best. A pivotal moment for Christina was embracing niche marketing, which allowed her to create an extraordinary client experience and build a loyal clientele. Burnout was a challenge, but Christina made the brave choice to move closer to home, prioritizing family. She gracefully transitioned long-time clients by personally reaching out and using voice memos, ensuring they felt valued. Today, Christina thrives in her studio, Stitch Hair Atelier, where she transforms clients' hair and lives, all while prioritizing her well-being. Her journey is an inspiration for artists pursuing happiness and success by embracing change, specializing, conquering burnout, and putting family first. Tune in for the full story!
Brady McDonald is the founder of The Grit Mastermind and CEO of Brightwork REI, a development company focused on building state-of-the-art self-storage facilities. He is a real estate investor with experience across many different asset classes and he is on the show today to tell us about his experience in building a mastermind, scaling multiple businesses, and operating in different markets. Listen to this episode to learn more about Brady, how he expanded his business into different asset classes, and why he founded The Grit Mastermind! Key Talking Points of the Episode 00:00 Introduction 00:32 Who is Brady McDonald? 01:49 How did Brady get into real estate investing in the US? 02:47 What should real estate investors be focused on today? 04:27 What is it like to experience a market downturn? 06:55 How did Brady get into the Houston market? 08:35 How did Brady expand his business into different asset classes? 10:36 What are the different risks of being in real estate development? 12:36 What does Brady's team look like today? 15:10 What changed in interest and cap rates over the last 18 months? 16:30 Where does the demand for storage come from? 18:55 What is The Grit Mastermind? 19:56 Why is it important to be vulnerable if you want to succeed? 21:48 What got Brady into running? 23:40 What inspired Brady to run a marathon? 24:40 What did Brady's first marathon make him realize? 27:52 What is Brady's advice to young entrepreneurs today? 29:27 Why is your family an important factor in your success? 34:38 How does your personality affect your strategy in business? 36:35 What is the importance of having balance in what you're doing? 37:15 How can you connect with Brady? Quotables “My advice to you would be to get ahead of the market if it is in a declining state and just try to sell them fast. At the end of the day, you will end up with more money in your pocket otherwise.” “When I was forcing my body into doing these hard things, the mindset got right and when my mindset got right, I became a better dad, a better husband, a better business, I could communicate better – everything just got better.” “What I would highly recommend is figuring out one strategy in one market that is scalable and dive deep into it.” Links Instagram: Brady McDonald https://www.instagram.com/brady.mcdonald84/ Website: RCN Capital https://www.rcncapital.com/podcast Website: REI INK https://rei-ink.com/
When I first started my business, I followed the "ready, fire, aim" approach which caused much more harm than good. While taking action is critical, being strategic before launching would have saved me time, money, and headaches. If I could do it again, I would have treated starting a business more like baking a cake - following the precise recipe and steps in the correct order. I made many mistakes by winging it instead of aiming first. My goal now is to help others avoid those pitfalls so they can efficiently build thriving companies! Connect with Mike: Linktree Mike'D Up! Merch Produced by Social Chameleon Interview Recorded via Riverside.fm Copyright © 2023 Mike'D Up! with Mike DiCioccio | For permission to use this content in any way, please email email@example.com
In today's episode, Brooke dives into the experience of working with one's spouse to build a business. She explores the challenges and gifts that come with this unique journey. More in this episode: The Desire to Work Together Navigating Boundaries Defining Roles and Responsibilities Involving the Family in Busy Seasons Open Communication with Children Inspiring Future Generations
In today's episode, we delve into the art of building a business that liberates you from the one-man band scenario, freeing you from the shackles of endless work hours and offering the real freedom you deserve. Join us in redefining the way you do business, breaking free from the trading time for money trap, and unlocking the path to genuine freedom in both your professional and personal life. P.s. Whenever you're ready: Click here to partner with us and grow your fitness business
In this week's episode of "The Conference Room," we welcome LogRhythm's VP EMEA, Kev Eley, an industry veteran with nearly thirty years of experience in growing technology businesses across EMEA. Join us as we dive into a conversation about the challenges and intricacies of launching and growing technology businesses in Europe, including the impact of Brexit and the importance of understanding regional differences. KEY TAKEWAYS FROM THIS WEEK'S EPISODE 00:10:38: Kev emphasizes the constant innovation in the tech industry and the unique position cybersecurity professionals hold as the "good guys" in the battle against cyber threats. 00:11:20: He draws an analogy between the cybersecurity community and superheroes, highlighting the inspiring aspect of working to protect organizations and society from cyber threats. 00:12:17: Kev delves into the evolving landscape of cybersecurity, describing it as an ongoing arms race driven by political motivations, financial incentives for cybercriminals, and increasing digital reliance. 00:14:23: The conversation shifts to Kev's experience at TrapX and the challenges he faced while growing a non-European business in Europe. He explores the regional disparities and cultural differences within Europe that organizations must navigate. 00:15:40: Kev discusses the common approach of American organizations launching in Europe, often starting with the UK as a beachhead and expanding to other European regions. He acknowledges the complexity of managing regional disparities. 00:22:46: The impact of Brexit on businesses entering Europe is discussed. Kev highlights the advantages of the UK as a launchpad due to its language, cultural affinity, and mature market for cybersecurity. 00:29:15: Kev emphasizes the importance of hiring local talent when expanding into European regions. Understanding regional differences and the need for a global-fit product are critical for success. 00:34:00: The complexity of managing teams across different European countries is explored. While coaching principles remain consistent, understanding regional nuances in business conduct is essential. 00:38:03: Kev and Simon stress the importance of appreciating the subtleties and regional differences when launching a business in Europe. Hiring the right talent and understanding cultural nuances are keys to success. THIS WEEK'S GUEST - KEV ELEY Kev Eley is a seasoned industry professional with nearly three decades of experience in driving the growth of technology businesses across EMEA (Europe, the Middle East, and Africa). His impressive career includes notable positions at industry giants such as IBM and Microsoft, where he honed his expertise. Kev has also made significant contributions during his tenure at innovative cybersecurity companies like TrapX and Egress Software. Currently, he holds the prestigious role of Vice President for EMEA at LogRhythm, a global cybersecurity powerhouse. YOUR HOST - SIMON LADER Simon Lader is the host of The Conference Room, Co-Founder of global executive search firm Salisi Human Capital, and lead generation consultancy Flow and Scale. Since 1997, Simon has helped cybersecurity vendors to build highly effective teams, and since 2022 he has helped people create consistent revenue through consistent lead generation. Get to know more about Simon at: Website: https://simonlader.com/ Salisi: www.salisi.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/simonlader LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/headhuntersimonlader The Conference Room is available on Spotify Apple Podcasts Amazon Music iHeartRadio And everywhere else you listen to podcasts!
Today I'm sitting down with Brooke Baevsky, aka Chef Bae, an LA-based celebrity private chef to athletes, actors, supermodels, and even royals! She has amassed a massive following of “Food Baes'' on TikTok where she breaks the traditional allergy-friendly food stigma with delicious, health-forward & viral recipes. She also founded a non-profit cooking program for inner-city children & families in both Los Angeles and New York City, teaching people how to create a healthy, balanced diet on a limited budget. Chef Bae's technical background in Holistic Nutrition and Food Science combined with her hilarious, quick-witted personality make this convo and her approach to food so much fun. Links from the ep: use code organicolivia for 15% off functional chocolate mid-day squares Here's the juice: How growing up in a family with tons of food allergies pushed her to get creative in the kitchen at a young age How living in an area with high food insecurity galvanized her to start hosting and teaching community cooking classes for kids The modern-day concept of rebranding anything to make it look like a health food Why she is the antithesis of the “perfect” Instagram chef – making parody content, telling wild stories, and being her authentic self The craziest meal prep that she ever did, like a Caesar salad served at Coachella covered in edible glitter The top bizarre foods and supplements that truly have worked for her professional athlete clients' performance How to zhuzh up your food and drink with herbs, specifically digestive bitters What a day in the life really looks like for a celebrity private chef (and what she cooks for dogs!) How to decide what to charge people for your services, especially in the beginning when you're honing your skill and may be struggling with your self-worth The importance of having mentors in your professional space and asking for help How to find your niche and build your brand in the content creation space How we're transitioning out of the era of perfectly photographed and curated food Connect with Chef Bae: Follow HERE TikTok HERE Youtube HERE Connect with Olivia: Follow HERE Shop herbal formulas HERE
“Jasmine, you need to take a break…”JD (my husband and business partner) said these words to me a few weeks ago.I immediately replied, “No. I need to work more. I need to do more.” (Can you relate?)It was while recording this podcast series with my co-host Marcus Murphy, I realized it wasn't the work that was keeping me from stepping away, it was the pressure of coming back and people asking what I was going to do/accomplish/create/build next.That's right, the expectations of returning kept me from taking time away to just…be.(Spoiler alert: I ended up taking the break.. AND, I put up parameters and said, “I'm taking a break without expectation and I need to do this for myself.”)In this conversation with Marcus, you'll hear me process the uncomfortableness of taking a break without knowing my next move. You'll also hear us both share candidly about how we got to where we are today, in hopes that our journeys will inspire and encourage you.Click play to hear all of this and…[00:02:02] Marcus's transition to becoming a CEO of a tech company and developing his company, The Five Percent.[00:06:04] Why Marcus believes in observing the market to build a business[00:09:33] How building your own brand helps you take control of your own circumstances and improve your organization.[00:10:18] How Marcus decided to focus on professional athletes as his niche.[00:17:24] How to create awareness around your brand, build recognition, and engage your audience.[00:18:21] What skyscrapers and athletes have in common - and how to apply it to business[00:22:04] Marcus's goal of building awareness for his business and how he plans to make this goal a reality.[00:27:23] The value of being “a sherpa” and helping others navigate their own path to success.[00:31:17] The responsibility and significance of being a minority founder in the business world.[00:33:43] My journey and challenges of transitioning from consulting to becoming a CEO.[00:42:50] Why I plan on taking a break and how I'm handling the expectations upon returning.Marcus spent the last 15 years building the foundation for a life of serial entrepreneurship. In 2020, he left his dream job as a senior member of the executive team at DigitalMarketer. He literally cried himself to sleep the night he made this decision... but it was the right one. Marcus is currently the co-founder and CEO of The Five Percent, an international community geared toward inspiring, equipping, and facilitating actionable content for emerging entrepreneurs.For full show notes visit: https://jasminestar.com/podcast/episode367
Check out my current offers: https://linktr.ee/valerieschrader Growing a garden takes time, and patience, and requires us to make small changes over time for sustainable growth! Creating/growing a business or making big career changes requires the same. Rush it and you'll find yourself overwhelmed, burned out, resentful, and making bad decisions. Taking your time leads to step-by-step building a thriving beautiful garden to enjoy for years to come! Listen in now to hear my experiences with this and how I've helped clients do the same
Do you ever wish that your hobby could become a business and is there something that you enjoy for the fun of it that other people seem to be interested in buying from you? If so, you'll definitely want to listen to this conversation today. I'm talking with the founder of The Thrifty Handmade, Kelly Fowble. We talk about starting her business at 39 weeks pregnant and how it's flourished while taking care of two young kids. The Thrifty Handmade is a mom owned business located in Southern California. Kelly has created a space to shop handmade macrame, secondhand clothing, and more. You'll be able to see her love for mom things and neutral vibes when you browse the online shop! Go to http://www.thethriftyhandmade.com or the Etsy ShopFollow on IG@thethriftyhandmade To connect with me, Alana Banana, follow on IG @TheAlanaBananaShow or join the Inspired Grownups Private FB Group. For The Alana Banana Show kids content subscribe to our Youtube Channel or listen to our music on all streaming platforms.The Alana Banana Show on Apple MusicThe Alana Banana Show on SpotifyThe best way to support this show is by giving it a rating and/or review. Thank you!
Matt Porcaro is the founder of The 203K Way, a program that helps real estate investors build their portfolios by using the FHA 203K loan. He is a seasoned real estate investor who specializes in fix and flips, the BRRRR strategy, and small multifamily properties, and he is with us on the show today to shed a little more light on The 203K Way. Listen now to learn how Matt used the FHA 203K loan to propel his real estate investing career to success and how you can learn how to do it for yourself too! Key Talking Points of the Episode 00:00 Introduction 01:18 Who is Matt Porcaro? 03:01 What is Matt's background? 04:57 How did Matt get into real estate investing? 06:00 What is the FHA 203K Loan? 07:16 How can you use the FHA 203K loan as an investor? 08:37 How did Matt learn more about how the FHA 203K loan works? 09:31 What was Matt's first investment property like? 12:01 How did the FHA 203K loan help Matt make progress in his investing career? 14:04 Why should real estate investors consider utilizing the FHA 203K loan? 16:24 What is the importance of learning to recycle the current real estate inventory? 22:31 How does the FHA 203K loan work? 24:12 What does the process of using the FHA 203K loan look like? 25:33 What is the role of the 203K consultant? 26:08 How can you make sure your renovation works with the FHA 203K loan? 28:42 How do interest rates work with the FHA 203K loan? 29:56 What was the turning point in Matt's career? 32:46 How can the FHA 203K loan make real estate investing easier? 34:12 What is the importance of learning to lead by example? 37:45 What is The 203K Way? 38:32 How did Matt come up with The 203K Way? 41:53 What is the purpose behind The 203K Way? 43:49 What is Matt's advice for investors today? 46:02 How many people has Matt helped with The 203K Way? 47:51 How can you connect and learn more from Matt? Quotables “One thing I do know is that we're not gonna be able to build houses fast enough, so we have to learn how to work with the existing inventory in the market and one of the best ways to do this is by using renovation lending.” “People always wonder why all contractors suck, but it's not that all contractors suck. It's that all people go to the cheapest guy.” “I think the thing I underestimated the most was getting one deal and how that one deal changes everything so fast. You, all of a sudden, are part of the club.” “If you can get a good deal, a good deal absolves all sins.” Links Instagram: The 203K Way https://www.instagram.com/the203kway/ Website: RCN Capital https://www.rcncapital.com/podcast Website: REI INK https://rei-ink.com/
Join Emily in this episode as she interviews Chloe Campbell, the founder of Cloud Studio, a talented team of female artists specializing in live event painting, providing both entertainment on site for guests and priceless pieces of art to take home. Emily and Chloe discuss what marketing efforts actually worked to get her business booked 2 years out & have to turn away clients, the thought process behind making the choice to go against what her professors thought was "cool" and build a business that met a real need and showed promise for longevity, and so much more! Tune in now! IF YOU ENJOY THE PODCAST… We would love for you to subscribe, rate, and review it on Apple Podcasts! This helps more people find the show and give it a listen. Thank you in advance :) WMNûp IN YOUR BUSINESS + LEADERSHIP: www.wmnup.co/membership - Join us inside our annual WMNûp Community Membership + save 15% off when you use the code PODCAST at checkout! www.wmnup.co/intensive - Learn more about working with Emily 1:1 in her 90-day Business Evolution Intensive + book an application call to inquire www.wmnup.co/events - Check out our local IRL events in Charleston, SC! www.wmnup.co - Download the FREE Evolutionary Leadership Masterclass today to start your WMNûp journey. CONNECT WITH EMILY: Instagram: instagram.com/emilycasselofficial | Instagram.com/wmnup Website: www.wmnup.co CONNECT WITH CHLOE: Website: https://www.cloudstudioagency.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bychloecampbell/ https://www.instagram.com/cloudstudioagency/
At 46, Ian Clark was bankrupt and given 1,000 days left to live. 5 years later, Ian not only survived… but took what he learned to build a raw supplement business in his basement with his wife and seven children. Today, Ian's products have been consumed by hundreds of thousands of people, and he's on a mission to help 10,000,000 people change their lives… In this episode, you'll learn: 1. The 3 fundamental keys that Ian has unlocked to help anyone live a healthier life 2. How Ian's first ever product literally started in his basement with him and his seven kids bottling phytoplankton 3. Why you can't always trust labels on your products (and what companies may be giving you instead of what they actually say) To learn more about Ian, visit https://gobeyondcurious.com/podcast/ian-clark/
He dropped out of college without a clear sense of direction.Then one day, while working in the “dish pit” at a restaurant, he received a call that Usher Raymond wanted to collaborate with him (cue the lyrics to Let It Burn).It was a 7-year journey of financial struggles, latte-making shifts, and uncertainty that ultimately led to exhibitions across the globe – from the USA to Australia, Hong Kong, Finland, London, Berlin, Beirut, and Shanghai.In this episode, Marcus Murphy, my co-host, and I have the privilege of interviewing Jonni Cheatwood about the business of art, the lessons he gained from more than a few mistakes along the way, and his path from college dropout to a successful full-time artist (y'all, Jonni is LEGIT - he has collaborations with businesses like Target and TedX!).Click play to hear all of this and…[00:01:05] Jonni's upbringing in a home filled with art and his early exposure to art museums.[00:05:00] Jonni's journey from taking art classes in high school to dedicating his whole life to art and his career.[00:08:59] How Jonni experimented with trying different things to discover personal passions and self-understanding.[00:11:27] How Jonni views failures as learning experiences and navigates how to find his place in the art world.[00:16:18] Jonni's early experiences with art and the start of his painting career.[00:17:08] How Jonni felt when he made his first sale and the realization that his artwork can be bought and sold.[00:20:53] The role of friends and community in Jonni's artistic journey [00:24:17] The power of painting in public [00:26:01] The process of starting a painting and the challenges of working with a blank canvas.[00:29:15] The importance of taking breaks and gaining perspective in the creative process.[00:34:54] How Jonni's painting in a Tumblr competition led to Usher reaching out to collaborate on a project.[00:39:05] The challenges Jonni faced when he moved to LA to pursue his art career and how he eventually got introduced to an artist's residency.[00:44:49] How galleries represent and advocate for artists, and the dynamics of reaching out to galleries.[00:47:18] The importance of persistence in the art world and the ability to say no to opportunities that don't serve the artist's goals.[00:49:49] The importance of seeing the process of creating art and the challenges of sharing it on social media.[00:54:06] The importance of sharing an artist's journey and experiences with the world, and the value of interviews and storytelling in the art community.For complete show notes, visit: https://jasminestar.com/podcast/episode365Jonni Cheatwood is a self-taught artist living and working in Los Angeles, California. He is known for his energetic large-scale paintings that are often characterized by their vibrant colors, bold brushstrokes, and college-like compositions. He often uses found materials in his work such as scraps of fabric and photographs. Jonni's work has been exhibited in solo and group exhibitions in the USA, Australia, Hong Kong, Finland, London, Berlin, Beirut and Shanghai.
In this episode, I'm thrilled to be joined by one of my clients, Devorah Shulman. Devorah specializes in coaching women over 50 who have battled binge eating and body image issues throughout their lives. She shares her inspiring journey from childhood battles with binge eating to becoming a registered nurse, a plant-based expert, and a coach who helps her clients overcome binge eating and achieve lasting results. Tune in and be inspired by her story of resilience, her remarkable growth in the Business Building Boutique, and the incredible impact she's making.Welcome to the Life Coach Business Building Podcast! Join me as I teach you simple (organic) strategies to gain more paid clients in your life coaching business. From designing, pricing, and selling your coaching offers, I have it all covered. My goal is to inspire you to take simple, consistent action to grow your coaching business. So, if you're ready to be a well-respected life coach with paid clients, this podcast is for you!
Justin Colby is the founder of The Science of Flipping podcast. He is a real estate investor and coach focused on investing in the single-family space, helping thousands of people explore their options as real estate investors, and getting involved in the best ways possible. Justin is with us today to give us a little more insight into the single-family industry and what it takes to succeed. Watch now to learn more about Justin, his best practices, and how you can succeed in the single-family space! Key Talking Points of the Episode 00:00 Introduction 00:21 Who is Justin Colby? 01:31 What should investors be focused on today? 04:04 Why is networking important for Justin? 05:15 What is Justin's family situation like? 07:02 How did Justin realize he could expand into markets outside his backyard? 08:57 What is the story behind The Science of Flipping? 10:12 How did Justin get into coaching real estate investors? 15:26 Why should interest rates not affect your decision to buy real estate? 16:03 What is the DSCR and how does it affect your investment? 18:36 Why is it important to be dynamic as a real estate investor? 19:21 Why should you be in real estate for the long haul? 20:32 What is the importance of owning at least one rental property? 22:24 What does Justin's real estate team look like today? 23:30 How can operating your business virtually help you achieve your goals? 24:49 What are the benefits of working with a smaller, more productive team? 27:10 How is Justin's business benefitting from the virtual setup? 29:10 How important are your relationships to your success? 34:30 Where does Justin's passion for this business come from? 36:25 What should your money mindset be like if you want to succeed? 40:28 What is Justin's advice to real estate investors today? 43:37 What is Justin's mission with his coaching program? 44:50 How can you get in touch with Justin? Quotables “You don't have to be doing this in your backyard. Pick the area, follow the money, go where the big boys are going.” “I think when we over-engineer a process or system, it actually removes your ability to be flexible and being able to adapt to different things.” “My first mentor in the space basically said every meeting is important, even if it doesn't put a check in your pocket.” Links Instagram: Justin Colby https://www.instagram.com/thejustincolby/ Youtube: Justin Colby https://justincolby.tv Website: RCN Capital https://www.rcncapital.com/podcast Website: REI INK https://rei-ink.com/
In today's episode, Amanda talks about how building a business is like climbing a mountain. She spends a lot of hiking with her family, and she's noticed how the journey to success in business is just like hitting a new trail. Imagine there's this mountain you want to climb, but you're scared of heights or unsure about the challenges you might face. The fears and doubts can hold you back. But if you give up after the first try, you'll never reach the top. The key to success is not to switch mountains but to keep going back to the same one with a different approach, a better mindset, and a solid strategy. It's about taking baby steps, learning from each attempt, and making progress. Growth comes each time you try and I'm here to give you practical + tangible steps you can apply in your business today so that you finally reach the top of that “mountain” you want! You can find me here: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/amandaclarkstudios/ Website: https://www.amandaclark.biz/ Snag a freebie: https://www.amandaclark.biz/daily-breather
At age 23, Jenna Kutcher invested $300 in a Craigslist camera, eventually launching her own wedding photography business and punching her ticket out of her windowless corporate HR job. Now she is the ultimate entrepreneur slash mom, and in today's episode, Jenna shares some of the actionable advice, social media strategies, productivity hacks, and entrepreneurial wisdom that helped her figure out her own direction and become a self-made millionaire. Jenna Kutcher is an expert on online marketing, the host of the successful podcast Goal Digger, and is the author of the recent book, How Are You, Really? Jenna believes that we crave lives of fulfillment - not just advancement - and that we can achieve that by investing in ourselves and in our dreams. In this episode, Hala and Jenna will discuss: - Her journey from corporate HR to her first business - How she built a hit podcast from her spare closet - Why overthinking things can impede taking action - How to keep your team lean and focused - Why you should make an inventory of your life - How to take off your golden handcuffs - Avoiding autopilot in your life and career - Not forgetting how to dream - How perfection can turn into procrastination - When to rest and not quit - And other topics… Jenna Kutcher is a small-town Minnesota girl obsessed with all things marketing who turned a $300 Craigslist camera into a seven-figure empire. At the age of 23, she took a chance and left her corporate job to pursue full-time entrepreneurship, starting with a wedding photography business and branching out into online marketing advice. Jenna now works with creative entrepreneurs on how to build profitable, sustainable, and authentic businesses, and is a successful social media influencer. She is best known as the presenter of the podcast Goal Digger for aspiring entrepreneurs and is the bestselling author of How Are You, Really? (2022). Resources Mentioned: Jenna's Website: https://jennakutcher.com/ Jenna's LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jennakutcher/ Jenna's Twitter: https://twitter.com/jennakutcher Jenna's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jennakutcher/ Jenna's Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jenna.kutcher/ The Goal Digger Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-goal-digger-podcast/id1178704872 Jenna's book How Are You, Really?: Living Your Truth One Answer at a Time: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B09G6SVK5V/ LinkedIn Secrets Masterclass, Have Job Security For Life: Use code ‘podcast' for 30% off at yapmedia.io/course. Sponsored By: Justworks - Learn more about Justworks by visiting youngandprofiting.co/justworks More About Young and Profiting Download Transcripts - youngandprofiting.com Get Sponsorship Deals - youngandprofiting.com/sponsorships Leave a Review - ratethispodcast.com/yap Watch Videos - youtube.com/c/YoungandProfiting Follow Hala Taha LinkedIn - linkedin.com/in/htaha/ Instagram - instagram.com/yapwithhala/ TikTok - tiktok.com/@yapwithhala Twitter - twitter.com/yapwithhala Learn more about YAP Media Agency Services - yapmedia.io/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In today's digitally driven landscape, harnessing the power of media has become not just a strategic choice but a vital necessity for aspiring entrepreneurs and established businesses alike. Building a business through the transformative force of media involves a dynamic interplay of content creation, social engagement, branding, and storytelling. This multifaceted approach has the potential to not only amplify a company's reach but also to cultivate a loyal audience, foster trust, and drive sustainable growth. In this episode, we are joined by Shelly Williams, a media consultant who climbed the corporate ladder from Intern to Executive Producer of Urban X-pressions, the longest-running video show in the Delaware Valley, to talk about how entrepreneurs grow their businesses through the power of media. Shelly shares her transition from an intern to an executive producer as a woman, the things that will help you climb the ladder in any organization, and what women should know about getting into the media industry. She also talks about how businesses can grow using media and the balance between building a business and family. Tune in to learn more about this and other exciting topics! Timestamps [03:51] Shelly William's background information [04:40] Shelly's amazing things she has done in her career [07:23] The transition from an intern to an executive producer as a woman [09:19] The things that will help you climb up the ladder in any organization [11:55] What women need to know getting into the media industry [13:32] The balance between building a business and family [15: 22] Shelly's favorite moments of her life [21:08] The biggest lesson when it comes to entrepreneurship and building a business [26:55] The legacy that Shelly would love to leave behind [29:28] What having a resilient heart means in Shelly's life [31:52] Advice to women aspiring to build a career in the media industry Notable quotes: “If you can't do it, don't say you can't. Just figure something up.” “We can't quit. We have to do something until it happens.” Connect with us: Shelly Williams Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/shellyshellwilliams/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@shellyshellwilliams/videos TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@phillysoprah Gabi Garland Website: http://www.gabigarland.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/gabigirl34/
Welcome back to Founder Hustle, the podcast series shining a spotlight on New Majority entrepreneurs. I'm your host, Melissa Bradley, and today, we're diving into another captivating episode from season 1. Join Melissa as she sits down with Jacqueline Rodgers, CEO of Green Top Gifts, a business that has now secured its place in retail stores across the country. Jacqueline's story is one of sheer determination and resourcefulness. She masterfully leveraged her full-time job to pave the way for her business empire. Learn how she utilized her relationships, skills, and financial resources to build a thriving venture. In this enlightening conversation, Jacqueline shares her belief in continuous learning, emphasizing the importance of gleaning wisdom from those around you, be it co-workers, board members, or even family members. Her ability to seize opportunities and turn them into valuable lessons has been instrumental in her entrepreneurial journey. For those who find themselves in a full-time job while nurturing dreams of starting their own business, Jacqueline's advice is priceless. Discover the secrets she swears by, and learn from her experiences to make your entrepreneurial dreams a reality. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Greg Herlean is the founder of Horizon Trust Company, which helps individuals make the most out of their retirement funds through self-directed IRAs and alternative investments. He is an SDIRA expert and he is on the show today to share his story with us and tell us the lessons that entrepreneurship has taught him over the years. Listen to this episode to learn more about Greg, his story, and the importance of Key Talking Points of the Episode 00:00 Introduction 01:06 Who is Greg Herlean? 04:05 How did Greg learn to prioritize his family over business? 05:55 Why is it important to prioritize your family over your business? 08:51 What are the factors that influenced the growth of Greg's business? 11:42 How is Horizon Trust structured today? 17:05 What are the trends in alternative assets today? 22:12 What opportunities in real estate are people pursuing more today? 23:10 Why should people invest in funds more than single-family properties? 24:49 What is the best way to start raising private capital? 26:29 How flexible can lending through a self-directed IRA be? 28:02 How can self-directed IRAs help you grow businesses? 31:30 How do taxes impact self-directed IRAs? 33:02 What are the stupid things people do with their self-directed IRAs? 34:25 Why is it important to really know who you're investing with? 35:30 How can you make sure you're investing in the right assets? 38:54 What is Greg's advice for new entrepreneurs today? 40:25 How can hands-on work help you gain more experience? 42:47 Why is it important to identify your goals when you're building a business? 44:50 How can you get in touch with Greg and his team? Quotables “For me, if I know that my house is paid off and I have x amount of cash in the bank, I can sleep better at night. When you sleep better at night, you make better business decisions and also with your family life, it's better.” “It doesn't matter who you hire. If you're the owner, there is a difference being in your business.” “If there's so much hype and you have to do it, you probably don't have to do it.” “If you're around successful people in a space you wanna be in, you'll shave literally years off your experience in building a business.” Links Website: Greg Herlean https://www.gregherlean.com/ Website: Horizon Trust Company https://www.horizontrust.com/ Website: RCN Capital https://www.rcncapital.com/podcast Website: REI INK https://rei-ink.com/
My next guest began his tech career back in the 1990's (high school years) when he built a web design company. In college, he continued using those skills and even built a website for a publicly traded company. After graduating, he worked for a startup, then built and sold a consulting firm, and then eventually started a boutique venture capital firm that currently invests in B2B SaaS companies. In this episode, we talk about what type of founders they look for, how much they invest, and the state of the market in 2023. Please welcome Jay Levy. Key Timecodes (00:52) - Show intro and background history (03:45) - Deeper into his background history and the company he built and sold (05:32) - A bit about the numbers of that transaction (06:41) - What type of B2B SaaS businesses he look for (08:19) - A few more examples of companies under his radar (12:14) - How many employees does his company have (13:17) - Deeper into his business model and strategies (15:19) - His thoughts about the market at this moment (18:56) - How founders can be prepared to the rising funds challenging moment (22:48) - How difficult is to a startup raise funds with venture capitalists (25:54) - A key takeaway from the guest (29:04) - What is the worst advice he ever received (29:26) - What is the best advice he ever received (30:46) - Guest contacts Payback Time Podcast A Podcast on Financial Independence. Hosted by Sean Tepper. If you want to learn how to escape the rat race, create passive income, or achieve financial freedom, you came to the right place.
An internationally recognized expert in youth speed training, Bill Parisi joins Mark to discuss how breakdowns lead to breakthroughs, why one's network equates to one's net worth, and what really matters when it comes to enhancing movement. Bill's story sheds light on the importance of remaining curious, taking risks, and communicating effectively. Listeners will hear about what Bill means when he says phrases such as: "nonnegotiable hard science," "committed to the entire process," "honesty is not always positive," and "mastering your movement hygiene." Over the last 30+ years, more than one million athletes have trained through the Parisi Training System, in over 100 facilities and health clubs worldwide. As a trusted consultant and featured lecturer, Bill has spoken to and written for numerous high-end organizations including the NFL, Nike, National Strength and Conditioning Association, National Academy of Sports Medicine, ESPN, The New York Times, and The Today Show. Currently, Bill is part of the vanguard understanding and teaching others about fascia, the body's elastic connective tissue that can and should be trained. For 25% Thorne supplements, such as Collagen Plus discussed in this episode: click here!
The odds aren't great for small businesses, but on today's podcast I talk with Jan of Oma & Popie's and Susie of Well Rounded Meals, have made big shifts in their business to set themselves up for long term success. To be a sustainable company requires a profitable business model and you stepping into the role of CEO. Not just working IN the business, but working ON the business and take more ownership over the vision and direction of the company. No more doing things on the fly and running around putting out fires - calm and confidence is possible and my guests are living proof! This is a tough time right now for existing CPG brands. To support you with an incredible community and access to me for strategy and mindset coaching, for the next 3 months, I am opening up Fuel Membership to everyone! To join for just $57 a month, go to https://www.foodbizsuccess.com/fuelMaster Your Business opens next week and waitlist folks get an extra bonus that you don't want to miss out on. We start September 26th to set up the foundations for 2023 and 2024 (only 4 months away)!Get the Holiday Checklist here for free + get the Holiday Ready Bootcamp to get all my planning tools to tackle any project and get it over the finish line.The book is #1 on Amazon as a New Release! Pick up your copy of "Key Ingredients" on Amazon here. Get everything you need to launch or grow your business with Food Business Success® and get two months free inside Fuel, our community of other food business founders + group coaching calls. Want a step by step checklist? Click here to get the free Whip a Biz You Love Workshop with a checklist.Already have a business and r...
Today we are joined by Michael Port, American entrepreneur, author of 9 best-selling books, and angel investor. After spending a decade delivering thousands of paid speeches on the world's biggest stages, Michael sold his first company, Book Yourself Solid® Worldwide. Alongside his wife Amy Port, he founded Heroic Public Speaking, dedicated to nurturing the next wave of thought leaders, CEOs, founders, bestselling authors, and business owners. Join us for an incredible conversation with Michael, as he discusses the dynamics of working as a couple in business and the conscious choices he and Amy have made to ensure their work-life harmony remains intact. He also encourages entrepreneurs to prioritize building something that genuinely aligns with their own desires and values and shares valuable advice for cultivating growth while staying true to your priorities. Join us today as we discuss these things: 1:30 – Michael's decision to step away from speaking early in the development of Heroic Public Speaking 5:33 – Focusing on your highest priorities in order to find balance in life 14:40 – How Michael and his wife have leveraged their business partnership together by setting healthy boundaries and making intentional choices 22:51 – How Heroic Public Speaking prioritizes transformation and aims to change the way students think about their craft, leading to growth and success 41:27 – Michael's advice to entrepreneurs: “Don't build something that you think you should build, build something that you want to build.” RESOURCES Learn more about Michael: https://heroicpublicspeaking.com/ https://www.michaelport.com/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/michaelport/ Email: firstname.lastname@example.org YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC46ekvB-U-CJDdsd7aqJMuA Get Travis' newest book!
“You have to have a lot of confidence to be an entrepreneur. I will say I'm a generally confident person, but it is also a truly humbling experience in some respects. You are constantly being pushed to learn different things every day, which is what I love about it.” Jessica is a self-proclaimed human systems nerd who channeled her love of identifying and solving problems through a decade's worth of career experience in building international economic systems as a consultant. So when she saw an opportunity to shape the Billion dollar home-improvement market with innovative strategies that center the needs of the consumer, she couldn't resist making the transition to entrepreneurship. In today's episode, we sit down with Jessica Majno, founder and CEO of Idyllo, a modern home-improvement marketplace that connects local contractors in the Birmingham, AL area with customers looking to complete specialized projects within their homes. Jessica shares with us her journey from working in over 20 different countries to building a business instilled with southern hospitality, how she came to realize she had a knack for entrepreneurship, her insights into our current economic landscape, the learning lessons that have molded her career, and so much more! We talk about: Consulting + building brands Accelerator programs Choosing business locations Raising capital + fundraising Home-improvement Reshaping a market Curating a marketplace Embracing the journey + prioritizing the foundation of your business Marketing strategy + design If you're looking to take your business to the next level, join the Entreprenista League today at entreprenista.com/join. We can't wait to welcome you, support you, and be part of your business journey! Connect with Jessica: Instagram Linkedin Website If you're looking to take your business to the next level: Join our Entreprenista League community of women founders! You'll have access to a private community of like-minded Entreprenistas who are making an impact in business every day, special discounts on business products and solutions, exclusive content, private events, the opportunity to have your story featured on our website and social channels, and MORE! Whether you're looking to scale your existing business and want to make the right connections, or you're thinking about finally taking the leap to launch your business, we're here to give you access to a community of women who will celebrate your every step, and with whom you can share the candid reality of building a business from scratch. Join the Entreprenista League today at entreprenista.com/join. We can't wait to welcome you, support you, and be part of your business journey! Become An Entreprenista! Thanks for tuning into this week's episode of The Entreprenista Podcast - the most fun business meeting for female founders, by female founders. If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe to the show and leave a review wherever you get your podcasts. Apple Podcasts | TuneIn | Spotify | Stitcher | iHeart Radio | GooglePlay Be sure to share your favorite episodes across social media to help us reach more amazing female founders, like you. Don't forget to follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and LinkedIn and for more exclusive content, tips, and insight, join the Entreprenistas Facebook group and visit the SocialFly website.
In this episode of the Million Dollar Mastermind podcast, Host Larry Weidel is joined by one of the original ‘Growth Hackers', Keith Bilous, Founder of The Business Athlete Performance Lab (bapl.ai). Join them as they talk about what it was like working with major brands in a business that was centered around the internet, before the internet became as popular as it is today, and why you need to work on yourself consistently!
This week's guest on the podcast is my friend, Nolan Rucker. Nolan and I have a conversation that we would normally have on the phone but decided to record. We discuss everything from the market transitions and building a business, to our personal lives and our family. About Nolan - Email: email@example.com Instagram: @nolanrucker Link to Bootcamp: agentXcelbootcamp.com Instagram: @chrisbowers_realestate
Kent Clothier is the CEO and founder of Real Estate Worldwide and The Boardroom Mastermind. He is an established real estate investor, speaker, and coach, and he is with us on the show today to talk about the things that changed his perspective on business and life, and how he is using his knowledge and expertise to help other entrepreneurs succeed and achieve freedom. Listen now to learn more about Kent, The Boardroom Mastermind, and how you can build a business that can help you get your time back and build the life you want! Key Talking Points of the Episode 00:00 Introduction 01:15 Who is Kent Clothier? 03:28 What should real estate investors be focused on today? 07:45 What was the turning point in Kent's career? 11:10 What life-changing experience changed Kent's life for the better? 13:48 How do experiences teach you lessons in life? 16:33 How does Kent screen people who join the Boardroom Mastermind? 17:50 What is the common thread of people in the Boardroom Mastermind? 18:51 What perspective does Kent have towards life? 20:19 Why is it important to be able to buy your time back? 22:05 Where does Kent's passion to help entrepreneurs come from? 24:05 What was it like for Kent to grow up in Dallas? 26:14 How are the Boardroom Mastermind events executed? 29:15 How were the standards of the Boardroom Mastermind created? 31:40 What kind of culture does the Boardroom Mastermind have? 33:22 How did the Boardroom Mastermind become what it is today? 36:44 What is Kent's advice to entrepreneurs today? 41:30 What is it like to be in the Boardroom Mastermind with influential people? 43:34 How can you learn more about the Boardroom Mastermind? Quotables “Get out of the mundane things and get into the things that ultimately are gonna allow you, over the course of the next few years, to actually prosper and build significant wealth.” “As long as you are the hustler, as long as you are wildly transactional, and as long as you're the guy that's driving the revenue each and every day, you don't get the opportunity to escape it.” “What I will never do with my time ever is waste it with one person who doesn't deserve it.” “Build a business, create a situation where you can buy your time back.” “The point is if you are actively involved in a transactional business, that is not a business. That is a job.” Links Website: The Boardroom Mastermind https://theboardroommastermind.com/ Website: RCN Capital https://www.rcncapital.com/podcast Website: REI INK https://rei-ink.com/
A thought leader's business often comprises writing a book, traveling to do keynote speaking, networking with other experts, and building lots of content. However, if you want that business to live on after you no longer can or want to do those tasks, what can you do to reduce the liability of yourself? Our guest today has excelled at everything a thought leader needs to know how to do, including removing himself from the day-to-day of a business he built. Michael Bungay Stainer is the best-selling author of The Coaching Habit, a renowned keynote speaker, and Founder of Box of Crayons, a learning and development company that provides training to enterprise companies. With Michael's newest book How to Work with (Almost) Anyone: Five Questions for Building the Best Possible Relationships having just hit the shelf we start our conversation discussing the phases of a book launch and how marketing a book is more than marketing just the book. He shares how a book can become the gateway to your larger ecosystem. Michael gives the pros and cons of traditional and hybrid publishing as well as why you need to treat your book like starting a business, giving it at least 2 – 3 years to flourish and grow. In addition to being an author, Michael knows the keynote speaking side of the business sharing how at the best of times focusing on speaking can be lucrative, ending with standing ovations and nice hotel rooms. However, it can also mean hundreds of days on the road, airport delays, and fatigue. We learn the criteria Michael uses for saying Yes to a possible gig and how speaking can fit into your business model. Books and speaking are powerful tools for spreading thought leadership but how can your business go on without you writing and speaking? As the Founder of Box of Crayons, Michael ensured the company benefitted from his best-selling books and reputation but also ensured the sales training could stand without him. He shares both the B2B and B2C strategy that is allowing him to work 1 hour a month for Box of Crayons without the company falling apart in his absence. This episode is a master class on everything a thought leader needs to know to ensure not only the success of their personal brand but the company they someday will leave behind. Three Key Takeaways: · It is really hard to write a book. Except compared to marketing a book. It's really hard to market a book... except compared to getting people to read a book. · Hybrid publishing means you are the executive editor of your book. You get to call it what you want and give it the look and feel you want. · As time goes on you need to watch the market and see if your target avatars have changed. When they do you may need to update your content and offers to accommodate their growing needs.
Full episode here - https://www.patreon.com/drewheifetzMy conversation with Haile and Henry pleasantly surprised me. I knew they where big in live-streaming and specifically anime and cartoon genre but that all I knew. What I learned is that they are highly motivated entrepreneurs in the the vintage space. They come from a history in reselling and seem to be pure hustlers. They are not growing an empire of the backs of their online success with Vintage Tshirts. I learned a lot and hope you do as well. Enjoy!Shop Vintage Here with code vtgnstuff for 30% offMens - https://www.fasinfrankvintage.com...Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/drewheifetz/ shop vintage resource books here -https://www.amazon.com/shop/fasinfrankSupport the show
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In this podcast episode, Darcey Elizabeth, the host of the Claim Your Worth podcast, shares her experience attending a Morgan Wallen concert in Boston. She discusses her admiration for Morgan Wallen and how his performance made her a die-hard fan. Darcey emphasizes the importance of pursuing dreams and claiming one's worth, whether in the music industry or personal goals. She highlights Morgan Wallen's humility and gratitude towards his audience, encouraging listeners to be grateful for their journey and the support of others. Darcey concludes by urging listeners to believe in themselves, visualize success, and stay motivated to achieve their goals. Send your Podcast Questions to firstname.lastname@example.org Connect with Darcey on the Instagram: Darcey ✨ All Things Networking (@darceyelizabeth.co) • Join our Community: Claim Your Network
Today, I'm thrilled to introduce Mignon Francois, a true inspiration in the world of entrepreneurship. Mignon François is a #1 national best-selling author, entrepreneur and renowned baker who has inspired millions on her journey of going from drowning in debt to building a multi-million dollar cupcake empire – The Cupcake Collection. Get ready to be amazed by Mignon's journey, all fueled by unwavering belief.Imagine starting a cupcake venture without knowing how to bake. That's Mignon's story – a journey of determination and passion. She began by selling cupcakes from a small window, and a pivotal moment came when a neighbor offered her a game-changing opportunity. With just $5 and boundless faith, Mignon transformed her path.Mignon went from debt to promise and she's made a pact with herself that her success would be shared to inspire others. Believing in the power of not quitting and trying different paths until you find the one that's for you. Her story is a reminder that it's never too late to pursue your dreams.Connect with Mignon: @mignon.francoisCheck out her Book: Made from Scratch: Finding Success Without a RecipePress Record, my once a year bootcamp to teach you how to start and launch your very own podcast, kicks off the first week of October. Join me here before seats sell out!https://www.joannebolt.com/pressrecordHave you joined the largest women's podcasting community yet? It's where all the magic happens. Connection, collaboration, masterclasses Q&A and more. I can't WAIT to welcome YOU inside the Podcast(H)er Network! www.podcasther.com
I'm still learning that you can't out earn or out perform your self trust and self confidence and it's something we have to work on consistently. Today's episode is a good, bad, and ugly update on my life and current struggles and some things about my past battles with mental health I've never shared before. I want you to know if you feel the same way that you're not alone. Time Stamps: (0:28) Beginning Disclaimer (1:58) My Mental Health Struggles Early On (4:01) Hitting Rock Bottom (4:58) Fast Forward to 29 to 34 (5:57) Taking Full Control of My Life (7:01) Two Sides to Jordan (9:53) Coffee Beans, Eggs, and Carrots (13:38) Current Struggles (17:03) Tag Me If You Enjoyed This ---------- Whenever You're Ready, Here Are 5 Ways We Can Help You (For Free) (Community) Join the Fitness Business Secrets FB Community to Unlock Your Free 5 Clients in 5 Days Mini-Course (Content) Grab our exact post templates that are responsible for more than 3,500 online clients in our business Automated Post Planner (Instagram) 3-5x Your Engagement, Grow an Audience and Generate Dream Clients from Instagram IG Playbook For Health & Fitness Coaches (Training) Get Access To The 5 Most Popular Training We Created in 2022 (Get Clarity) Schedule a FREE No-Obligation 15-minute Call to Explore How To Add 10,000/Mo to Your Business–Guaranteed
Have you taken a leap of faith that felt scary at the time, but you just KNEW it was what you needed to do?In this episode, my friend (and podcast co-host for the next few weeks) Marcus Murphy shares his journey from the days when he was broke and in the trenches to leaving his dream executive job to become an entrepreneur.Marcus and I go way back (like, I photographed his wedding) and one thing I love about him is that he is as real and vulnerable as it gets.You'll hear stories about asking (and getting denied) for a raise at one of his jobs, realizing when he hit a ceiling in his career, and how he decided to keep pursuing his dreams when others thought he “had enough.”.Since Marcus left his executive role in 2020, he has founded six businesses and become a member of the advisory board at Linkedin.Click play to hear all of this and…[00:00:01] The story of my friendship with Marcus Murphy, my podcast co-host for the next few weeks.[00:02:00] The email Marcus sent me over 10 years ago asking me to shoot his wedding and the evolution of our friendship.[00:07:03] Marcus' growth and journey from struggling to successful entrepreneur.[00:09:40] Marcus' career trajectory when he was working at Yelp and how he started speaking and training.[00:12:43] A pivotal moment for Marcus at Yelp and how it led him to pursue a new job at Infusionsoft[00:14:03] Marcus' experience at a company with a dream coach and a unique company culture.[00:16:01] How Marcus felt about being asked to do a presentation on the spot during his interview and how he handled it.[00:22:00] Marcus' experience the first time he met Ryan Deiss at a business event and his immediate desire to work with him.[00:24:25] How Marcus became friends with Ryan Deiss and eventually transitioned to working at Digital Marketer[00:27:16] Marcus' role at Digital Marketer.[00:29:51] Why Marcus left his dream job as a Digital Marketer and started consulting[00:33:33] Marcus' process of developing the idea to start a media company[00:34:24] Why Marcus and I are co-hosting this podcast series[00:34:48] The challenges and benefits of being okay with imperfections and how they relate to our personal growth.For complete show notes, visit: http://jasminestar.com/podcast/episode359Marcusspent the last 15 years building the foundation for a life of serial entrepreneurship. In 2020, he left his dream job as a senior member of the executive team at DigitalMarketer. He literally cried himself to sleep the night he made this decision... but it was the right one. Marcus is currently the co-founder and CEO ofThe Five Percent, an international community geared toward inspiring, equipping, and facilitating actionable content for emerging entrepreneurs.
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Kyle Handy has created the #1 agent-owned real estate blog, and in this episode, he talks about his success in producing content and blogging and why they surpass posting to social media as a business-growth strategy. He's sharing specific SEO advice, the best platforms for distributing value and building trust, and his recommendations for topics that even a novice blogger or new real estate agent can knock out of the park. When you listen, you'll discover the valuable SEO strategy that catapulted Kyle's rankings on Google, a reliable source of popular blog topics that so many agents routinely fail to consider, and why videos, podcasts, and blogging provide continuous value that posting to social media simply cannot—and never will—deliver. Be sure to check out our show notes at staypaidpodcast.com for more in-depth information and added details not included in the episode. Connect | Resources · Email: email@example.com · Instagram: @realkylehandy · YouTube: @kylehandy · Blog and trainings: kylehandy.com Want Josh and Luke to help you with your marketing? Visit https://remindermedia.com/StayPaidMarketing/ Looking for a new way to generate a consistent flow of leads? Visit: https://remindermedia.com/staypaidfollowup/ 0:00 Introduction 1:14 Kyle's backstory 2:51 Moving to eXp 5:01 Attract agents with content marketing/blogging 9:29 SEO tips and tools for ranking on Google 11:45 Advice for new bloggers 14:34 The evolution of Kyle's website [Golden Nuggets] 16:54 Kyle's business and life today 18:25 The superiority of content marketing for lead-gen 23:11 Ranking channels/platforms – email 26:05 Ranking channels/platforms – video, podcast, blogging 27: 13 Ranking channels/platforms – social media 31:55 Thoughts on ranking locally 33:59 Long-term consistency, stability, and credibility 36:52 Top content ideas for real estate agents 42:45 Action Item
Meredith Monday Schwartz began her career at the women-powered wedding venue company Here Comes the Guide in 1997 as their first employee; now she's the CEO. Before onboarding with the company, she was working in a highly stressful environment at a Top 10 legal firm as a paralegal. Seeking more life/work balance, she joined the fledgling team where she put her problem solving skills to work. In the early days, she played every role and learned how to do all the jobs she would eventually hire people to do. Those years of experience helped her develop the empathy and business savvy required to be the strong leader she is today. Here Comes the Guide helps couples all across the country find the perfect wedding venue for them. Its business structure is an Employee Stock Ownership Plan, which provides employees with a certain percentage of shareholdings after they've worked with the company for one year. This structure creates a sense of buy-in for employees to help the company grow and increase in value. During the global shut down in 2020, possibly one of the greatest challenges for the wedding industry to date, Here Comes the Guide actually flourished. They focused on helping clients navigate the crisis, moved to a four-day work week, and adapted to meet the ever-changing needs of their clientele. Meredith attributes much of the company's success to their slow growth, grassroots approach that values the culture of the company over any quick profit plan. Main Topics How Meredith came to be a CEO (01:48) From paralegal work to a wedding venue start-up (04:15) The evolution of her role at Here Comes the Guide (08:35) Benefits of knowing how to do every job at the company (12:40) Systems and processing as a superpower (14:35) Employee stock ownership plan (ESOP) (17:00) How the company grew through the pandemic (19:50) Transitioning from print to virtual (24:20) The value of slow growth (28:40) Adopting a four-day work week (30:00) Episode Linkshttps://www.herecomestheguide.com Go to TheFridayHabit.com to find show notes for this episode. There you can also find links to our websites and ways to get in touch. At the bottom of the page you can download our guide to the Friday Habit system that will show you how to set aside one full day each week dedicated to working on your business instead of in your business.If you enjoyed this episode please subscribe and leave us a review in the Apple podcasts app.If you have a question or a topic you'd like us to cover don't forget to record us a quick voice memo and send it to firstname.lastname@example.orgThanks for listening to The Friday Habit.Until next time. Live every day like it's Friday.Listen, rate, and subscribe!Apple PodcastsSpotifyGoogle Podcasts
In this episode, Scott emphasizes the importance of being people centric, customer centric and niche centric when building a business.
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In this episode, Scott shares advice for entrepreneurs.
Episode 355 features a returning guest, Randy Ginsburg, Founder of Third Wall Creative, a content marketing and copywriting agency for B2B tech companies and VC firms.Find Randy Online:Third Wall: thirdwallcreative.comWebsite: https://www.randymginsburg.com/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ginsburgrandyLinkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/randy-ginsburgInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/randy_ginsburgTwitter: https://www.twitter.com/ginsburgrandy=============================Connect with the host, Brian Ondrako:=============================Website: https://brianondrako.com/Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/@brianondrakoTwitter: https://twitter.com/brianondrakoInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/brianondrako/Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/brianondrako/Substack: https://brianondrako.substack.com/=============================This episode is brought to you by LMNT, the delicious, sugar-free electrolyte drink mix. As someone who is active with CrossFit and other activities, I take LMNT 1–2 times per day. LMNT is formulated to help anyone with their electrolyte needs as electrolytes are vital to helping relieve hunger, cramps, headaches, tiredness, and dizziness.For a limited time, listeners of the Just Get Started Podcast can get a free LMNT Sample Pack with any purchase. This special offer is available here: DrinkLMNT.com/justgetstarted Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Do you ever want to give up and quit? Crithicca, co-host of the Motiversity podcast, recently asked me this question. My response was instantaneous: “Every single week.”You see, every single week I have my fair share of doubts… the nights of questioning what the heck I'm even doing. But here's what I've learned: the doubt and the challenges don't go away… we just get more resilient the longer we keep going. It's like going to the gym, right? The weights don't get lighter, we just get stronger. When I was asked by Joel (the other co-host of the Motiversity podcast) what I thought led to my success in business, I told him that I believed it was a combination of two main things. First, building trust by years of freely serving my audience, and second, the promise, value, and timing of my offer (Social Curator).But success rarely comes from just one or two things… It also comes from things like learning to overcome the fear of rejection, knowing which questions to ask to get results, and staying disciplined with daily habits in order to maximize productivity.We discussed these things in detail in this episode, so click play to hear all of this and:[00:00:56] My personal story–and how being a daughter of an immigrant, dropping out of law school, and my mother's illness shaped me into who I am today.[00:02:24] Why I decided to become a photographer and how I started my own business.[00:03:30] How I transitioned from being a photographer to becoming a consultant and creating online courses.[00:08:30] The moments that motivated me to pursue my dreams despite feeling unqualified.[00:09:36] The difficulties I faced in launching Social Curator.[00:13:45] My mission to build a profitable business while empowering others and what keeps me going.[00:17:24] The growth of the creator economy and how Social Curator helps people get started with marketing their business on social media.[00:20:41] My personal journey of overcoming doubt and taking small steps toward empowerment in my photography career.[00:26:40] The mindset I had in my 20s and how I wished I had taken more risks and been unattached to the outcome.[00:29:46] The advice I received from a photographer about taking risks and jumping in, even when there is no net.[00:31:36] The importance of falling and getting back up as an entrepreneur and how failure is a normal part of the process.[00:36:32] The significance of identifying and targeting a specific audience for effective marketing and business growth.[00:44:14] How my husband inspires me with his intentional approach to success and his ability to find success in any situation.More about Motiversity: Motiversity is one of the largest motivational media companies in the world and includes 4 of the most popular brands in the personal development industry: Motiversity, Motivation2Study, MotivationHub, and T&H Inspiration. Combined with over 10 million subscribers and 25 million monthly views, they are a fast-growing media company that keeps motivation and creativity at the heart of everything they do. They produce and release original, highly edited, exclusive speeches for speakers, including Marcus Elevation Taylor, Coach Pain, Pete Cohen, Billy Alsbrooks, Walter Bond, and many more. Follow Motiversity on YouTube.For complete show notes, visit: http://jasminestar.com/podcast/episode357