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Culturally Distinct/ Culturally Distinct Uncensored Podcast
Black Women Cigar Business Owner | Toni P. Smith | Episode 75

Culturally Distinct/ Culturally Distinct Uncensored Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2022 33:59


Welcome to the Culturally Distinct Network Today's Special Guest is Owner of TPS Stogies, Cigars and Jewelry Toni P. Smith @tps_stogiesticks Today discussion will be: 1. opening up a business, in the middle of the pandemic, Where did the Courage come from? 2. Why Cigars? How did you Learn about cigars? 3. Any Business Advice, that you took to become successful? 4. Being the only Black woman in Houston with a Cigar Line, where you aware? 5. Explain the Items that TPS provides SUBSCRIBE AND ADD US ON ALL PLATFORMS @CULTURALLYDISTINCTPODCAST --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/culturallydistinct/support --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/culturallydistinct/support

Proprietors of Pittsburgh Podcast
Introducing Season 8 | Proprietors of Pittsburgh Podcast

Proprietors of Pittsburgh Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2022 5:26


Hello, Pittsburgh. I'm excited to introduce a brand-new season for you – and it's jam-packed with unique episodes and bonus content. Season 8 has been an incredible one for me to record and produce, and I can't wait to share the full episodes with you.I had the great honor and privilege of interviewing attorney, Edgar Snyder - a person that I admire for the firm he has built, the trail he has blazed, and the philanthropic work he has done in Pittsburgh. I've been watching Edgar Snyder on TV since I was a kid, and I'm sure many of you have as well. I know everyone in Pittsburgh knows who Edgar is, but you may not know his personal journey and what he had to go through in order to build his firm. He shares that story plus a whole lot more in his candid interview with me for the podcast.Just before the holidays, I recorded my first “live audience” podcast with Corry Smith, owner of CorEats. We held the event at Café Conmigo in Wexford. Corry is a thoughtful and energetic business owner with a tremendous origin story, and I had a wonderful time interviewing her for the show. You'll definitely want to make sure that you catch this debut “live” episode.It was a real pleasure to have some prior guests come back onto the program for a group discussion, which is a new format that I decided to try for this season. The first group includes Matt Marietti, owner of de Fer Coffee & Tea, Fiore Moletz, co-owner of Burgh'ers Brewing, and John Vella, owner of The John Vella Salon. And the second session features Kristen Ricupero, owner of Financial Fitness Coaching, Wendy Gilch, owner of SellingLater.com, and Jessie Tait, owner of Enspra. In these small business roundtable discussions, we cover the latest developments in their businesses, what's happened since they were last on the show, dealing with the constantly evolving covid situation, and a variety of other business topics and ideas.In addition to all of this, I was recently a guest on the “Evolution of Brand” podcast, which is a new show created, produced, and hosted by Jason Cercone. In our conversation, we talked a lot about podcasting, marketing, and creating a niche for your content and business. I plan to drop this interview as a bonus in the feed. So, if you've been curious to know more about my reasons for creating the Proprietors of Pittsburgh Podcast and some of the strategy behind it, then you'll want to check this one out.I'd like to thank all of you for helping this podcast experience incredible growth in 2021, and I can't wait to see where things go in 2022. I know we're starting off right with this blockbuster season.If you have ideas for the podcast, know someone that would be an excellent guest, or if you just want to share some feedback, please reach out to me at my contact info below. The purpose of this podcast is to share ideas, inspire action, and build a stronger small business community here in Pittsburgh. So please say hello, tell me what you think, and let me know how I'm doing. It means a ton!YOU CAN REACH ME AT:Website: https://www.proprietorsofpittsburgh.comInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/proprietorsofpittsburghpodcastFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/proprietorsofpittsburghpodcastLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/darinvilanoPhone: 412-336-8247

Best Morning Routine, Ever!
Teaching High-Performing Business Owners To Double Revenue w/ David Wood

Best Morning Routine, Ever!

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2022 36:46


David is a former consulting actuary to Fortune 100 companies. He built the world's largest coaching business, becoming #1 on Google for life coaching and coaching thousands of hours in 12 countries around the globe. As well as helping others, David is no stranger to overcoming challenges himself, having survived a full collapse of his paraglider and a fractured spine, witnessing the death of his sister at age seven, anxiety and depression, and a national Gong Show! He coaches high-performing business owners to double revenue, and their time off by focusing on less and being 30% more courageous in their business or career. Let's see how he Get up, Dress up, and Show up! CONNECT WITH HIM https://focus.ceo    Personal transformation takes time, subscribe now, and let's grow together!  ----------------------------------------­­­­­­­----------------

Make Chic Happen
Episode 149: Marketing Your Story: A MUST For Every Business Owner

Make Chic Happen

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2022 18:19


The NUMBER ONE thing you MUST have as a business owner- a staple story!⁠ ⁠ Katy is walking you through what a staple story is and the three key components to craft your own staple story. ⁠ Your staple story is THE WAY you connect with your audience. Remember, people buy from people not just products/services. Tune in to this episode for a step by step! ⁠ Take your Instagram to the next level the Chic way!! Our ‘Chic Your Gram – Custom Social Media Audit' packages are a unique opportunity to level up your social media marketing. Receive custom feedback and suggestions from Alysa Gumto, the Chic Influencer Social Media Manager. Go HERE: chicinfluencer.com/chic-your-gram/

Morning Fire!
Jim Rohn - Income Does Not Exceed Personal Development

Morning Fire!

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2022 5:04


Grab my #1 Best Selling book at - https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08FP9P4J5Kings of Sparta Mastermind is a group of like-minded men who grow daily professionally and personally.  For more information go to www.kingsofsparta.comQueens of Sparta Mastermind is a group of badass women who are fierce, strong and determined.  For more details go to www.queensofsparta.com

Crushing Chaos with Law Firm Mentor podcast
Rebounding From Bad Hires

Crushing Chaos with Law Firm Mentor podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 37:01


What do you do when you hire a person that does not fit your needs? Don't fret - it happens! Let's figure out how to fix it and review actions you can take to avoid this pitfall in the future. In this episode I discuss: Getting the right people on your team. Transforming your business through the people you hire. Having the right mind frame around what to do when you have made a poor choice. Three key strategies for rebounding from a bad hire. Elevating your leadership as you hire. My Favorite Excerpt From The Episode TIME: 00:14:54 (41 Seconds) Debriefing is not from a place of beating yourself up. It's not about making you wrong or making them wrong. It's simply asking the question Why did this person work well here? Why did this person not work well here? And sometimes those answers are going to be self-evident, right? Sometimes there were some huge red flags that you saw that you just chose to ignore because you were desperate. But a lot of times there are things that you didn't even know that you needed until that person came into your company and you saw, Oh yes, we absolutely have to have someone who has X. And when a person does not have X, that person is not going to be effective for us in the business.   Book To Reference: The Four Agreements by: Don Miguel Ruiz   Contact Me: Text Us at 908 292 3524 Text Retreat to know more about the upcoming one. Book a Session with our Growth Strategists https://www.lawfirmmentor.net/speak-with-a-growth-strategist   Allison Bio: Allison C. Williams, Esq., is Founder and Owner of the Williams Law Group, LLC, with offices in Short Hills and Freehold, New Jersey. She is a Fellow of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers, is Certified by the Supreme Court of New Jersey as a Matrimonial Law Attorney and is the first attorney in New Jersey to become Board-Certified by the National Board of Trial Advocacy in the field of Family Law.  Ms. Williams is an accomplished businesswoman. In 2017, the Williams Law Group won the LawFirm500 award, ranking 14th of the fastest growing law firms in the nation, as Ms. Williams grew the firm 581% in three years. Ms. Williams won the Silver Stevie Award for Female Entrepreneur of the Year in 2017.  In 2018, Ms. Williams was voted as NJBIZ's Top 50 Women in Business and was designated one of the Top 25 Leading Women Entrepreneurs and Business Owners. In 2019, Ms. Williams won the Seminole 100 Award for founding one of the fastest growing companies among graduates of Florida State University. In 2018, Ms. Williams created Law Firm Mentor, a business coaching service for lawyers.  She helps solo and small law firm attorneys grow their business revenues, crush chaos in business and make more money.  Through multi-day intensive business retreats, group and one-to-one coaching, and strategic planning sessions, Ms. Williams advises lawyers on all aspects of creating, sustaining and scaling a law firm business – and specifically, she teaches them the core foundational principles of marketing, sales, personnel management, communications and money management in law firms.   

Your Life Of Impact with Brett Robbo
Transformational Leadership Coaching For Business Owners, Leaders & Entrepreneurs, with Jamin Heppell

Your Life Of Impact with Brett Robbo

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 87:37


Jamin Heppell is the founding director of 'Mountains and Marathons', which is a leadership company that guides mission-driven entrepreneurs, executives and leaders, to have inner peace and own their birthright as creators. The ALIGN Leadership Program is their flagship six-month program. ALIGN combines transformational leadership coaching, fitness coaching and nutrition coaching and graduates with an international Retreat where you run a marathon or climb a mountain, hence the company name “Mountains and Marathons”. Jamin is an absolute genuine human soul, and I don't say that lightly. He has an abundance of knowledge and wisdom around human behaviour and even if you're not a business owner, leader or entrepreneur, you'll still get a tonne of value from this chat. In this episode we discuss: Mindsets and strategies to be a high performing and healthy business owner and leader  Empowering ways to make decisions and how to know if it's a “hell yeah” or a “no” What conscious uncoupling is and how Jamin has navigated it   the Kilimanjaro supporters challenge which you can also get involved with to help raise funds for the KPAP (Kilimanjaro porters assistance program) The power of the collective and having your supportive inner circle, to thrive in your personal and professional life  Overcoming the loneliness of leadership  Identifying your Zone Of Genius and designing your work life so you can outsource the distractions and only focus on your zone of genius. Plus some great insights into, and inspiration from, Jamin's adventurous life. Follow Jamin online: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jamin.heppell (https://www.facebook.com/jamin.heppell) Website: http://mountainsandmarathons.world/ (mountainsandmarathons.world) If you're a business owner or  leader or you know any business owners or leaders who are keen to be High Performing AND Healthy and smash your health, wealth and relationship goals without the stress and burnout, you can find out more about my coaching at https://brettrobbo.com/ (brettrobbo.com) or email me directly if you'd like to jump on a call and we can discuss how we can tailor something for you: info@brettrobbo.com  If you gain value from this podcast, I'd be super grateful if you could take 60 seconds and jump onto iTunes or Apple podcasts and give the show a 5 star rating and review, so you and I can collaborate on significantly impacting the lives of hundreds of thousands of genuine human souls through this show. Keep thriving legends and as always remember, this is your life journey, your life of IMPACT!

Line for Line with Devon Booker
The Tone Cold Interview: Being a business owner, believing in Line For Line, new musics & more.

Line for Line with Devon Booker

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 21:46


Tone was Line For Lins first ever guest on the show.

Behind The Feed
Best friends turned business owners | Behind the Feed with Mary Ralph & Kennedy of Daily Drills

Behind The Feed

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 38:58


EP 59: Hey there, welcome to behind the feed! I am Josie Bullard and today I have an exciting interview for you with two best friends turned business owners! In 2020, amidst a global pandemic, best friends and entrepreneurial spirits Kennedy Crichlow (Kenn) and Mary Ralph Lawson (Ralph), spotted a niche space in the ever-growing leisure industry. It was obvious to the duo that shoppers were getting more selective with their purchasing decisions and apparel with only one use-case no longer held appeal for savvy, sustainability-driven consumers who needed their closets to work harder. And so Daily Drills was born. Daily Drills is the new lifestyle destination for transitional pieces that effortlessly move you through every moment in style. Their Daily Drills logo, which sits fiercely on their signature pieces, has been the symbol of their mission: simplifying getting dressed and blurring the lines between workout-wear, lounge-wear, business-wear, and everything in between. This episode was so fun for me to record. You guys are in for a deep look behind the scenes of how these two started their business and how it rose to success. Let's go ahead and jump in! FOLLOW THEM ON SOCIAL: Daily Drills Website: https://shopdailydrills.com Daily Drills Instagram: @dailydrills Kenn IG: @kennedycrichlow Ralph IG: @maryralph YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChhZnK5bsTLDdscrKoCyeVQ TikTiok: https://vm.tiktok.com/ZMREUqs56/ Learn more about Behind the Feed Creator Course! Get on the BTF Creator Course WAITLIST! Follow Along: www.instagram.com/behindthefeed.co www.instagram.com/josie.bullard  Want to reach out? Email us at grant@josiebullard.com

The His & Her Money Show: Managing Money, Marriage, and Everything In Between
Tax Deductions For Business Owners And Side-Hustlers with Carter Cofield

The His & Her Money Show: Managing Money, Marriage, and Everything In Between

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 36:57


On today's episode of the His & Her Money Show, Carter Cofield is back! We always love having Carter on the show, and a lot of you probably already know what he's all about. But for those just getting to know him for the first time, Carter is a CPA and financial educator, sharing his tax-saving strategies and dropping the content we all want to hear: how YOU could be living tax-free as an entrepreneur and investor!   What You Will Learn Key points of marriage and entrepreneurship. Carter explains how entrepreneurs and investors benefit from the tax code. Tips for digitalizing receipts and records. Getting creative and finding tax cuts in your personal life!   Resources Mentioned Tax-Free Living eBook  Debt Freedom Blueprint Legal & General America  

Food Heaven Podcast
Are You Expecting? Here's Why You Need a Birth Doula

Food Heaven Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 44:52


Have you ever heard of a Doula? A midwife? Wondered what the difference is? Today we chat with our longtime friend Myriam Webb. She's a Registered Dietitian, Doula, Business Owner and soon to be Registered Nurse with a passion for helping women of color in her community (basically, she's a superhero). This episode is packed with details about her job as a doula, her advice for birth persons during their pregnancy, the issues with our healthcare system and its adverse effects on BIPOC, pelvic floor health and MORE!  In This Episode We'll Cover: The differences between a doula and a midwife  The Medical Industrial Complex Nutrition during pregnancy  Institutional racism and its effect on maternal health The process of creating a birth plan Pelvic floor health & MORE! 3 Ways You Can Support This Podcast: Rate Review • Support our sponsors using our unique ‘HOOKUP' codes below HOOKUP CODES:  For 20% off your first sip, go to www.drinkghia.com and use code 'FOODHEAVEN' at checkout.  Ritual is offering our listeners 10% off your first three months. Visit Ritual.com/FOODHEAVEN For our resources and shownotes, visit foodheavenmadeeasy.com/podcast. ________ Resources:  Website Instagram Newsletter All FoodHeaven listeners can get 50% off your initial enrollment for Myriam's webinar series! Sign up via douliciousnutrition@gmail.com and let her know you are a listener!  Produced by Dear Media

The Journey
Pivoting to Progress with Nadine Fonseca, Co-founder, Mighty Kind

The Journey

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 17:37


Plot twits might be fun to read about in a story, but when it's your life that's getting upended or dramatically changed, you might not like it as much. Dashed dreams are among the hardest to pivot away from, because where do you go? Nadine Fonseca, co-founder and CEO of Mighty Kind, knows all too well the mental struggles that come with finding out that you have to leave a precious dream behind. “After injuries and rehabilitating physically and kind of mentally from that, it was a real struggle to figure out who I was and who I wanted to be,” Fonseca says. “I spent a lot of time just working jobs to work jobs and I think just trying to figure out, was I an entertainer? Was I an academic? What was I meant to do with the rest of my life?” This wasn't the last time that Nadine came face-to-face with a seemingly impossible question that forced her to change course. At this point, Nadine has changed and pivoted so many times throughout her life and her career that she barely even bats an eye when the world throws a wrench in her plans. But how did she get to that place? And how did her path ultimately lead to Mighty Kind, a kids magazine that puts tough topics front and center? Find out right here on The Journey. Main Takeaways:Pivoting At The Least Convenient Time: Changing your business plan at any point is inconvenient at best, but sometimes re-doing work is worth a herculean effort. Being objective about what's going to work for your business long-term and being honest about what you can handle will go a long way in helping you see hard changes to make. Just Because You Can ‘Do it on Your Own' Doesn't Mean You Should: Maybe you thought about your business one way, but now, as you get closer to launch, you're realizing you don't have the bandwidth, or maybe even the right skill set to do it all on your own. The solution is simple, you need to get help, and there's no shame in that. The smartest and most successful leaders can identify their blindspots and bring in the talent to fill them, which benefits the entire company.Pivoting and Thriving: Those who are the most pliable are the least breakable. At every point, being able to shift the business toward what you can see is going to work better is a good investment. When an opportunity arose out of a crisis, Nadine found that being nimble and shifting the business to digital turned out to be the best move. ---This season of the Journey is produced by Mission.org and brought to you by UPS. To learn how UPS can help your small business, go to UPS.com/pivot.

Making Of A DM
EP 96: Are You Too Immature to Be A Business Owner?

Making Of A DM

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 41:50


You either control your emotions or you let your emotions control you. Most business owners fall into the second category.  That's why they're always fuming, stressed out, and riddled with anxiety every minute of the day. It's impossible to grow when you have that negativity surrounding you.  That's the bad news.  The good news?  You CAN control this. And when you figure out how to, there will be NO limits on your earning potential.  In this episode, I get brutally honest and reveal why you won't last in business. Listen to the episode now and discover the mental secrets to becoming dirty, stinkin', filthy rich.  Show highlights include:  The weird way to land multi-million dollar partnerships by sharing funny emojis on social media (3:39)  The counterintuitive “Fail Every Day” approach to business that keeps you immune from bankrupting your company (5:46)  Why your mental maturity is the single greatest wealth-building asset you have access to (7:04)  The brutal truth about why most former professional athletes and lottery winners go bankrupt (10:27)  The mandatory character trait if you want to become stinkin', filthy rich (19:59)  How to create your own luck doing nothing more than working hard every day (23:09)  To figure out if the government owes your business FREE money, you can either visit http://www.MarkEvansDM.com/ERC or call or text 844-627-7108 to get an answer in minutes.  Go to https://markevansdm.com/goldmine to get a free document you can download that shows you how to use the concepts mentioned in today's show to become stinkin', filthy rich.  Did you enjoy this episode? Let me know by leaving a 5-star review. Then send me a DM on Instagram @MarkEvansDM letting me know you left a 5-star review and I might send you a pretty cool gift.  If you want exclusive content and the first chance to grab my new book Magicians vs Mules when it releases, head over to https://markevansdm.com/ and sign up for updates.  For cool gifts, gear, and a chance to enter a giveaway I'm having, head over to https://magicianvsmule.com/ and enter your email address.

Eat The Damn Cake
Episode 60 - A Bright Light In A Dark World ft. Meg Nunes

Eat The Damn Cake

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 69:23


In this episode, we have the incredible, Meg Nunes, as our special guest! We learn about Meg's life, her yoga instructing, reiki mastering, and her recent TikTok fame. This is one you don't want to miss!!

Girls Who Do Stuff
How to host a list build and still run your business

Girls Who Do Stuff

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 34:33


Learn more at SystemToThrive.comAlyson Lex 0:00To the Okay, so that way you can hit record. I have been avoiding hosting a summit since I did my first summit My only summit in 2013. So I don't know, brighter for a reason you do the math on that. It's a lot of years between my first summit and my second summit, which is coming up in just a couple of months. Now, why did I wait so long? Between summits, there's a lot of reasons. One, I couldn't see the roadmap to how it would actually make me money. To, it felt like a lot of work for pay off, I couldn't visualize. Three, my first summit bombed so badly, that I was not at all eager to try it again. And for wasn't sure where I was gonna find the time to do it in my business, I was so super busy, if you will, with serving all of my clients, getting new leads, having sales calls, doing all of the stuff that's required to grow a businessthat I couldn't see how I would be able to do it. All right, how can I do it all, when I'm by myself working for myself, trying to build this business. It's such a huge undertaking, and I just don't know that it's gonna pay off for the amount of work that I'm going to put into it. If that at all. Sounds familiar to you, this is the episode that you want to listen to. And the reason is, Jenny has been hounding me to do a summit for about six years. And I know how long she's been hounding me to do a summit because that's how long we've been friends. Really, it started almost immediately. It took six years, but I'm finally coming around to it, guys. And I want to tell you why. And we want to kind of talk you through what the plan is for me to actually get this done. With still being really busy in my business, and now doing the mom thing. And, you know, The Good Wife thing and the lockdown thing that we're still dealing with and all of that stuff. But I'm now looking forward to it because I see the roadmap to success. So I'm rambling and Jenny's being very, awfully quiet. And this is my way of trying to bring her into the conversation because she has run how many of these now for your clients about 280. So she's done a couple just knows how much time they take. And I think she's probably designed some processes to help it take a little bit less time. Right?Jennie Wright 3:04Yeah. So let's talk about it. There's, you know, there's, your story is no different than the a lot of the clients that I deal with. And it is no different in terms of how they feel the past experiences the poopy summit they had in the beginning, things like that, there is no difference in that story whatsoever. The only difference is your lens on it. Right? And your approach to it. And also all of the, and I'm not going to sugarcoat this, all of the excuses that we put in our way to make sure we don't do the things that we need to do. I am no different than anybody else. I make a boatload of excuses to do things the way I want versus the way they need to be done. First person to admit, right.Alyson Lex 3:51And I think that that's really important. Not only do we make excuses to not do things at all, but I really like what you just said we make excuses to do things the way we want to do them, not the way they should be done. Correct. Correct. Well, I don't want to go live to promote, or I don't want to Xyz to do this. I don't want and so what happens is then we decide how we do want to do it, which is very rarely in a way that's going to actually get traction. Correct. And then we get upset when it doesn't work.Jennie Wright 4:26100% that so I've actually literally worked with people who are saying, Yeah, I'll do it somewhat with you. But I don't want to do this. I don't want to do this. And it's this laundry list of things they don't want to do, for whatever reason. It's their own preconceived notions on it. And then, you know, this is before I was really in my project management sort of space. I would let them I would let them run the ship. Alright, I would let them steer the boat. And then when the summit didn't go the way they wanted the only person they looked at, it wasn't themselves. It was me. This didn't work. It's your fault. So I don't want to go down that road too too much. But what I want to pull from this conversation on that is, there's a, there's a way it works. And there's an acceptance piece, just like anything else, you want to lose weight, you have to accept the fact that things are going to change, you want to have a better relationship with your partner, you have to accept the fact that you've made some boo boos, and how are you going to fix them? Right, and you have to see the roadmap, like you were saying earlier, on how to get there. So any coach worth their metal, worth their salt, whatever word you want to use, we'll show you the roadmap. There are lots of programs out there that'll teach you summits, and a lot of them will keep you behind that gaming term of fog of war, to tell you to stay on the step that you're in and not know, the whole roadmap, and you and I are very similar, where we need to have, like, we need to know all the picture, everything that's going on. So let's, let's move into that space, and talk about what that's going to be like. The biggest hurdle for you was time, how to fit it into your business, how did it fit in into your life? How did it fit, you know, and I'll tell you that the secret is, it's my favorite phrase, there's a suck it up opportunity in there. Because if you want to achieve the goal, build your list, increase your income and actually get clients with more ease than maybe the way that people have been doing it, where they're working so hard to get those leads, you have to accept a bit of uncomfortability. And that's what a summit is going to do. Now, let's talk about the benefit real quick. If you do a summit, and you fit it into your life, and by the end of this episode, we're going to show you how then you're going to uplevel all of those skills, your video skills, your audio skills, your Facebook Live skills, your copywriting skills, your tech skills, just by even if you're not a tech person, and you're not doing the tech, you'll improve just by the fact that somebody is doing it for you. And you're going to see what works, right? So you're going to learn all these things, you're going to uplevel, your sales skills, your joint venture skills, your interview skills, all these different things. So at the end of the summit, you're going to be a better entrepreneur. That's one of the biggest selling features.Alyson Lex 7:07It's not just that though, right? Like, I really feel like, and this is why it's important for me to do one this year. It kind of forces you on the stage, if you will. So it's really easy to hide, oh, I've built my business on nothing but referrals and word of mouth. And I've said that for 13 years, which by the way, that's awesome. The fact that I get referrals is a great thing. And I'm not downplaying those. But what that was was an excuse to keep hiding. And to not put myself out there. And so a list build like this kind of pushes you out into the limelight a little bit, it forces you to be a little bit more visible. And because of that your business can take on a different trajectory. Correct?Jennie Wright 8:00Absolutely. So let's let's talk about the time factor, because I think that's a really big thing that plays into people's lives. I want you to share how you overcame the time issue.Alyson Lex 8:18So I'm going to be very transparent and say that I have not fully done that yet.Jennie Wright 8:27And what's the acceptance process that you'reAlyson Lex 8:28well, there is the acceptance process. And so what has happened is I'm very overwhelmed by even the concept. And as of the time of this recording, I still have about four to five months to plan. And I know that 90 days is a good barometer for planning. And I told Jennie I said, I need more time. I need to stretch out my planning period longer. Because even like 90 days already,Jennie Wright 8:55I don't like 90 days, 90 days is too fast. There's a lot of people who are like do your summit 90 days, I don't like it. It is way too pressured. I prefer 120 days, right. So three months to four months. I like a four month planning period. If I can get five months, I'll take five months.Alyson Lex 9:13Yeah, I mean, honestly, I started thinking about it late last year. So there's some mental planning that went on in the first month. So that would pause to about six months between conception to implementation and launch. I I haven't fully figured out how I'm going to do it. But I just know that I have to. Yeah, go ahead for all the reasons that I talked about, but mostly this stop hiding thing. And so really, it's about committing to something and removing the fact that I'm going to let excuses get in my way.Jennie Wright 9:56And there's a reason why that's also going to help you is because You are going to have the roadmap. So let's for transparency sake, I'm working with Allison to help her build her summit that's happening. And I have a lot of tools in my arsenal that I bring out that help people, I have Trello boards, and Asana boards, and Google drives full of information and all this kind of stuff. And with my regular clients, I do weekly calls, and I do coaching calls, and all that kind of thing with them. With Allison, there has been a necessity for a mindset shift. And this is not uncommon. And you might be experiencing this listeners, if you're listening to this, you might be experiencing this. And if it sounds familiar, then this might speak to you. There is the acceptance of the fact that for the four months of planning a summit, it's not going to take over your entire life. It's not going to ruin your ability to serve your clients, it's not going to stop your ability to make income. It's only going to be in the beginning, a little bit of extra work. And I will tell you this, if it matters, you will make time. Okay, I'm doing a 30 day yoga challenge. Do you think I want to get up 30 minutes earlier in the morning?Alyson Lex 11:11No,Jennie Wright 11:12but I'm doing it. Because I'm trying to create a new habit. I'm making the time, I can talk myself out of it all day long. Trust me, I have talked myself out of doing a 30 day yoga challenge for about two years. Two years.Alyson Lex 11:27Sounds like me.Jennie Wright 11:28Yep. And I finally said a couple days ago that I'm going to do it. And I happen to have an accountability partner, it's my sister in law. I call her my life coach carebear. Because she's very positive person. And I'm doing it. But there's a mindset shift of like, screw this eff that whatever you want to say I'm doing it and you make it happen. The same applies to anything in your business, you want to build out your own website, you're gonna have to learn some new tools and and apply those. If you're going to do a summit. It's the same thing. Now let's talk about how you actually go from the acceptance to the doing. Right. So here's the expectations that I want to set up for you. And I'm setting this up for Alyson this is technically almost, we can call this a coaching call, we can have some fun with that. But I want to set up expectations. When you're doing a summit, it is not going to be the entire day. Now, if you're like me, when I'm learning something new, I tend to get engrossed. So I like to set a bit of a timer and I will say I will spend one hour if you can find 30 minutes in your day or 45 minutes in your day, four days a week, you can get a summit done. Okay, it is all about structure and timing. So the time that you would be on clubhouse, which at the time we're recording this as this huge brand new social media platform, the time that you're spending going down the rabbit hole on club hosts, or the time you're on tik tok watching silly videos, or the time that you're, you know, scrolling Reddit for 30 minutes, that's 30 minutes you could be spending on your summit. That is invaluable time. Right. So there's, there's a shift there. Now, as you're starting to build out your summit, the main thing you're going to be doing in the beginning, and this is something that somebody who is I would call my mentor for four years now has mentioned is that the summit actually starts taking place the work to it builds up the six months out, right, this is where you're starting to think about the speakers that you want to have on there. This is where you're starting to go on the Facebook pages and look at people go, ooh, I would really like to have so and so on my event. And then you start liking their business page and taking a look and see if you guys have the same values and things like that. That's where that kind of stuff happens. And by the way, that is passive. You can do that, instead of scrolling Reddit. You can do that I've literally done that while I'm folding laundry, right? I can scroll and be like, Oh, I like that, oh, I wanna check that person out. I want to listen to their podcast and see if they're, you know, we have that alignment. These are things you can fit into your life. So the lesson here is, if you want it, you'll make it happen. And it's not going to overtake your life.Alyson Lex 14:18It reminds me when I did my my summit in 2013 I think I did in eight weeks. And it did take over my life. Because I had to find experts, secure experts, interview experts published and I did it all 100% by myself in 2013 without a lot of the technology that's available today or the knowledge that I have today.Jennie Wright 14:42Correct. SoAlyson Lex 14:45if I'm thinking about my experience, then it was overtaking my life and in a way that was not enjoyable.Jennie Wright 14:56No and there's something there even just before you finish your point If you're doing it in eight weeks, and you had a bad result, which we know you did, what part of the reason is you didn't have enough time to contact and get in touch with rolling good experts, you took what you could get?Alyson Lex 15:12Yeah, I mean, I got some decent people. But a lot of it was the concept wasn't very well flushed out. And it was it was the wrong market and all that, but not gonna run down that rabbit hole, but it did take over my whole life. And I've carried that through over the last eight years, as this is what planning a summit is like, and it's not. And so I think, really that expectation, there's reasonable expectation to 45 minutes a day, four to five days a week, for five to six months, starting passive and then getting into more of the active creation of it. I think that that is not that bad.Jennie Wright 15:56It's not, it's really not. And the funny thing is, is that after you start getting used to doing the 30 minutes to 45 minutes, four or five times a day, and you start getting that preliminary research out of the way, then you're getting into the more of the active part, which is booking your interviews and conducting your interviews and things like that. And there will be days where it's like I'm doing two interviews today. So there's two hours that are happening, but it's not every day. Right. So the expectation is, there's going to be some days as you get closer to the summit, where you're going to be conducting your interviews and doing other things. Now, there's two camps on this whole, get a summit done side, there's the completely do it yourself, I'm going to do everything on my lonesome. Do all my tech do all my everything, right? So if you're tech savvy, if you're good at video, you can make better your own video and all those kinds of things, you want to do it all on your own. that's those are those people. The other side is the people who understand or they they know their limitations, or they know their abilities, and they're willing to hire team. Hiring a team doesn't mean that you have 10 people working for you and you're spending $10,000, it could mean as little as having a VA for four hours a week, who handles the administrative side, it could be that you are really good in Canva. So you'll do your own graphics, great, save your money there. Or it could be that you're very, very busy. And you're at the level in your business that you know that you need to do this like CEO style, where you delegate. Right, Alison loves to play in Canva. I'm telling you,Alyson Lex 17:32I know you love it so much. But you're not doing it. But I'm not allowed No, not for this. I can do it for little things here and there. If it's a one off, if it's like, I need this right now, I don't have time to send it to her to my designer. Whatever, it's going to take me five minutes, I'm just throwing something together. But when it comes to these graphics for an event, or list build, I could run down that rabbit hole and stay there all day. Yep, that's not a good use of my time. I think hiring help. And you can hire someone just to do your graphics. Like Jenny said, you can hire someone just to build the pages, you can hire someone just to write the copy, you can hire someone just to do the social. Or you can hire someone to help you project manage the whole thing. And that's one of the things that I really rely on Jenny for is to tell me what I need to do. Because there's a lot of those little pieces that I just don't know. I haven't done it 280 times like Jenny. Yeah, I've done it once. And it wasn't done well. And so Jenny's able to say, Allison, I need I need XYZ, I need you to do XYZ now. Coal. Great, you don't you give me my marching orders, and I can get it done. It's when I look at the whole big, huge picture of these lists and these checklists, and these calendars and these project management and these Trello boards. I'm like, Holy guaca No, I can't do all that. But that's not all at once.Jennie Wright 19:17No, it's not.Alyson Lex 19:19And so for the last 30 days or so I've been like I've been building my little list of potential experts. I've been thinking about the, the direction I want to go, I've been building that roadmap in my head to how I'm going to profit from it, which I think is really important. And I've been writing notes down and and now that I'm getting into five months out at the I think the time of this recording and publication I'm about four and a half to five months out. Like Okay, now it's going to be time to start doing some of those more active stuff and getting maybe starting to secure some of these speakers. How do I need to do that I need to put up a landing page. Okay. I'm relying on Jennie to kind of help me to understand what needs to happen step by step. So that I don't get overwhelmed. And that is somebody in my business in my world, that is invaluable. Because when I get overwhelmed, I shut down.Jennie Wright 20:18Yeah, a lot of people do. A lot of people do. Part of my job, funny enough is not just the project management, it's the cheerleader, come on, you know, pick yourself up, get into the chair,Alyson Lex 20:31it's the host management,Jennie Wright 20:33management, and there's a lot of host management, and that's okay. And it's totally okay. And we actually, you know, there's a lot of products out there that you can go and check out and if you want to go do so, there's products that tout themselves as a complete summit package, right, it's like, um, you know, buy this thing for X amount of dollars. And I'll give you templates and this and this, and this, and this and this, right. And some of them are good, like, they're not bad, Allison, and I recently checked one out. And we were very shocked at what it's missing. And it's a very popular product. And we were like, Wow, there is no project management tools. And I've actually got clients at this particular moment, who have purchased that product, and then found me and said, holy crap, this was what was missing. So there's a lot of a lot of products out there on how to do a summit, go check out and see what you need. And you might not need the project management, maybe you're a really good project manager. But a lot of people tend to need what Allison is talking about, which is the step by step process and the carving out of time. The next thing I kind of want to mention and Alison on what your take is systems and processes.Alyson Lex 21:44Oh, I'm so not a systems and processes girl. Jenny knows this about me. And I do know that that's a downfall of mine. Because what happens is it ends up taking me five or 10 times longer to do something, because I don't have a system or process or anything to get it done. So when it comes to hosting a summit, and I've, you know, again, hashtag transparency, I've seen Jenny do this for her clients, like I've, we're friends, we've talked about the stuff. So I have an idea of the kinds of systems and processes that she puts in place. And I also happen to have a really weird love for spreadsheets. I mean, it's getting weird. At this. Yeah,Jennie Wright 22:28there's spreadsheet, there's a spreadsheet to talk about the spreadsheets.Alyson Lex 22:31Like I love, I actually had one of those ones I really did. And it was my link, like my my link life spreadsheet, and it was a spreadsheet with links to all my spreadsheet.Jennie Wright 22:43Housing our problem,Alyson Lex 22:44I do have a problem. I really like spreadsheets. But so I know that I get to do that a little bit with the planning of summit, I get to have some spreadsheets. Yeah. So I do get to tap into some of the systems and processes. And there's automation. Right. So one quick little automation that we use here on this podcast, when we have guests is we have a guest request form. And it automatically populates into a spreadsheet, yay. It automatically populates into a spreadsheet. Well, I can use that same technology, that same automation to capture info, submission info from my future, my future speakers. That's a system. That's a process that saves me time. I don't have to come through email. They fill out the form. I've got an A link on a spreadsheet. Yep, I sent me a spreadsheet to who ever needs it. Right when I've written some ad copy for some of Jenny's clients. And I say, where's your speaker spreadsheet. And they send me a sheet that I know they've had to build manually. That really hurts my heart for them. And so that's one little example of a system or process that you might already be using somewhere else in your business. You can translate over to planning your summit. When it comes to communicating with outsourced we use slack. I use slack to communicate with just about everybody except for my ghostwriter. I use email for that. But that's a system. Right now I have one place I can communicate to everybody. Now I just need to build a process around that. Well, my process tends to be firing off things as I think of them. So maybe I need to work on that. ButJennie Wright 24:45yeah, and I think the point that you're I think the good point out of this is there's systems and processes that you can put in place that help create the time. Right? I don't like being I don't like being on email. I hate I hate sending emails. Back and forth. When I'm doing a summit with a client, I actually despise getting a boatload of emails like, oh, here's the link to such and such. And here's the link, like, that drives me nuts, because to me, it's, it's duplication of work where you could have everything centralized in my world, centralized into one spot. to really put a fine point on this, I'm usually managing anywhere between four to six summits at any given time. you're managing one, right you the person, you're the client, or managing one, I'm managing five or six. So the centralization and the, you know, making things really system like system driven, is going to help. So I will teach my clients how to do that you actually, because we've worked together, you know, all these things. And you've grown those processes, and you had a lot of them before I even met you. But I will teach people the systems and processes that can save them time, right. And then there's the great thing about templates, Allison, and I both adore templates. Templates are timesavers. So I just worked with a client who's running a really big summit. It's gonna be a six figure summit. It's huge. And one of the things they didn't have is, they were just doing this summit into English for the first time. They're an overseas client. And they are not proficient in English. In terms of writing, we had templates, right. So we had communication templates, with the experts, communication templates with this and that, first of all, you can either make those templates, and if you're going to do more than one summit, and trust me, if I have my way you will write, you can template, this kind of stuff. So that you know, you don't have to write it 10 times you can write it once and reuse. So templates are going to be your friend for sure and saving you time and also a ton of mental anguish when it comes to writing and figuring all this kind of stuff out.Alyson Lex 26:54Now, I do want to give a caveat, because there are a lot of templates out there for sale, people give them away. This is just my copywriters soul coming through, please personalize your templates, please don't just drop them in like a Madlib and go personalize them, make it so that they're totally you use them as a format or a formula. Because otherwise, it's not going to feel like your summit. That's all and right. Now, it's good. Yeah,Jennie Wright 27:29I appreciate the fact that you're talking about that. Because that keeps everybody on their toes in terms of not just copying and pasting, which we don't want them to do. Alright. So we want to make sure that you work your summit into your work into how you work. So summits are not cookie cutter. And it doesn't mean that you're going to change how you actually approach your work. So if your work style is how you're you know, take a look at the way that you're currently working. If you are a get up early, before everybody else is up in the house, and get stuff done. And then you take a break mid morning and you do chores, or whatever you want to do, right? That's awesome. It's also me. And you take a break midday because I do and then you get back at it later, then you can work a summit into that, what I don't want you to do is go, Wow, this woman is going to change everything. And I have to change everything about how I work, you're going to hate it. If you hate the process, you're really not going to enjoy the event. If you don't enjoy the event, you're not going to have a good result potentially, if you don't have a good result, potentially you didn't enjoy it, you're never going to do it again. Or you're going to wait six years and get badgered by somebody like me until you're willing to do it again. And you don't want that either. SoAlyson Lex 28:45because it gets really annoying after a while, you also have to know where your non negotiables are. And that's one of Jenny's favorite words to is non negotiable. And that's basically saying like, this is just something that has to happen. And it's not open for discussion. It is what it is, for me that certain things like Friday nights are my kids virtual karate class. There's no moving not. Now, can I talk to my husband and have him do it? Yeah, but I can't record at that time, because it's right in the next room and they are not quiet. Right. So that's a non negotiable. I can do work at that time. But I can't record at that time. I can't be on a call at that time. Not movable. What else is a non negotiable. Jenny's morning Yoga is a non negotiable. That's part of that challenge that she's doing? So if a client says I would like to have a first thing in the morning call, no, I have yoga, it's a non negotiable. I think it's really important to know where those are in your life and in your business. Right I'm part of a coaching program, there's a call every Tuesday at two o'clock, non negotiable. For me, it's an investment I made in my business. So start there and then plan around it. And that way, you're not gonna feel like you're giving up your whole world. Because I think that's the feeling that that I had. It took me this whole episode to kind of land into it, I felt like I was giving up something, to not get something else. That's why the summit felt like such a failure, because it wasn't successful. And I had sacrificed so much. Because I worked so hard. And it was actually to the detriment of my business. Because I was so focused on this summit, that I wasn't focused on serving clients, I wasn't focused on finding new clients. So not only did I not make money from the summit, but I didn't make money after because I hadn't hustled the way that I needed to hustle to get clients. Right. So I felt like I gave up all of this stuff. For something that didn't work. So if I could have avoided feeling like I was giving something up, I could have entered the summit with a different attitude. I could have exited the summit with a different attitude, even if it didn't meet my expectations. I wouldn't have had such a bad feeling about it.Jennie Wright 31:34too. Yes. Yes, very much.Alyson Lex 31:41So money for you got a tongue tied?Jennie Wright 31:42No, it's Yeah. So that's, I've got to edit that out. You do a fat the ladder clap. When it comes to what Alyson was talking about the sacrifice of time and sacrifice, of not investing in still getting other clients and not getting any money out of it. One of the things that the point that she's making that is incredible here is that if it's planned, you have non negotiables, you give yourself enough time you make it fit into your life the way it is right now, then you're not going to hate the process. And you're still going to be able to do the things that you're normally doing. Will you have to, quote unquote, sacrifice something else a little bit? Yeah, you do have to make some adjustments. But it's just an adjustment. It's looking at your schedule and finding the space. And we all can make that space. Trust me, if it's important enough, you'll do it. And it is important. If you do a summit, you will create a list injection. If you do a summit, you will create an income injection. If you do a summit, you will increase your ability to do video, audio, joint venture partnerships, all these different things, copywriting, all of it. And if you do a summit, you're going to uplevel all these different skills in combination. And it's going to make it easier for you to grow your business in the future. There are no downsides. In that way. The only downside, the only barrier is actually you. And the people that you choose to be on your event, which is why you have to be incredibly picky with your experts, which is a totally different episode.Alyson Lex 33:25Totally different episode, totallyJennie Wright 33:27different episode, we could go down the rabbit hole there. But in terms of time, and sacrifice, and all those things, it's worth it. And if this episode hasn't been able to get that across, then I'm I'd be shocked. Hopefully it has. And if you're thinking about a summit, if you're interested in doing a summit try and get more information if you want to check out what I'm doing in terms of summits come and find me. I talk about them all the time. It's Jennie wright.com. You can also find me on Facebook and Instagram and all those things. I'm still learning clubhouse, we won't go there.Alyson Lex 34:01I also want to say if this episode hasn't convinced you that it's time to do a summit. Here's what I want you to do. I want you to download this episode as an mp3 however you can. And I want you just set it as your morning alarm every morning when you get up. Because that's what my last six years has been like. It hasn't been that bad. No, it really hasn't been that bad. But this is the stuff that Jenny has been trying to get through my head for a long time. You might feel resistant. And that's okay. I get it six years, guys. I resisted this for six years. You will get there. But I'm excited now. I'm excited, man. I'm terrified. Like let's just put that out there. I'm scared. I'm nervous and overwhelmed. I'm kind of freaking out a little bit. I'm wondering what the heck I've gotten myself into. But I'm also really excited because I know this time is going to be different because I have that plan for success. And I have someone on my side to help me get there. That is really important. So get yourself a really good support team, find yourself an amazing cheerleader, someone to help keep you from getting overwhelmed someone to guide you in the right direction. If you need a reference for someone, I happen to know someone who can do all that, but build your support system in a way that will guide you forward. That's just as important as getting your own head stuff, right?Jennie Wright 35:30Yep, I agree. And if you need me to be your feed me to be that person in your ear in the morning to try and get you moving forward. Download the episode, like Allison said, and then listen to it. Because my voice is that aggravating it will make you eventually do one of two things, stop listening or do the summit. All right. Having said that, I hope that you guys found this to be a helpful episode that you got something out of this that'll help you make a decision whether or not you think a summit will fit. Keep in mind that it is not as terrifying as you think from somebody who's done it as many times as I have. How Alyson feels is completely understandable. But it also is tempered with the fact that it's just the unknown. And as she moves along the process, the terror will subside, the fear will subside, and she will get more and more excited and encouraged and all those things. So that's all going to happen for her. And it will happen for you as well. So thank you for listening to this episode. If you have any questions about this or comments, please do leave us a review. We'd love to hear from you. And if you're not already, please do subscribe to the podcast. So you're catching all of the episodes of the System to THRIVE. We would love to have you do that so that you don't miss anything at all. Thank you so much for being on with us and listening in and we will be back very soon answering another big question.

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Setting personal boundaries for small business owners, with entrepreneur and life coach Angela Wagner. We discuss the challenge, and need, to set and manage boundaries related to our personal lives and our small business – so that we are not consumed by our business and lose sight of what “success” really means. Henry Lopez is the host of The How of Business podcast – helping you start, run and grow your small business. The How of Business is a top-rated podcast for small business and entrepreneurs.

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Host Vincent A. Lanci and Paul Szyarto discuss a case study that the students complete at Wharton during the spotlight story. Tune- in for this exciting offering.Our latest entrepreneur is going to emphasize the first lesson of entrepreneurship: learning how to survive. Here is how today's guest puts it, Surviving isn't about making as much cash to buy the things you want, its about generating enough income to survive to acquire the things you need. Once you learn to survive you can build a foundation to thrive.He grew up on the streets of NJ surrounded by violence, without guidance, in a homefilled with dysfunction from an abusive alcoholic, drug using father who attempted tokill his mother at the age of 12.LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/paulszyarto/Website: https://www.paulszyarto.com/Boss AI:  https://www.paulszyarto.com/2021/12/15/lucd-announces-rebranding-changes-name-to-boss/Paul Szyarto is an Oxford University and Wharton Business School educated expert in business operations and technology and has spent the last twenty years maximizing the bottom line of more than 1000 global companies including Microsoft, Goodyear, BP, GE, and many more from the Fortune 500 list by redefining how they operate in regards to people, processes, and technologies. Season 13 (Episode #174 of "That Entrepreneur Show")Each week since 2019, the founder of a company or brand shares what worked for them, what they needed to improve on, and all of their learning lessons along the way.He is an expert in the domains of Project/Program Management, Digital Transformation, ERP Architecture, and Corporate Finance Optimization. In addition, he has personally supported the development of more than 20 entrepreneurial assets with cumulative revenues exceeding 250 million dollars. Paul is highly sought after for his speaking abilities with more than 200 events under his belt, and for his insight regarding business and digital transformation by hundreds of agencies including Fox, NBC, The NY Times.Spotlight Story: Jeff Raider (Founder of: Warby Parker, Harry's Listen to all episodes here: https://ThatEntrepreneurShow.Buzzsprout.comWebsite:  https://www.VincentALanci.com/.Digital Editing Inquiries: Email PodcastsByLanci@Gmail.comHost Name: Vincent A. LanciYouTube: youtube.com/channel/UCy0dil34Q5ILEuHgLVmfhXQInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/vincentalanciInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/thatentrepreneurshowFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/ThatEntrepreneurShowTwitter: twitter.com/PodcastsByLanciLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/showcase/thatentrepreneurshowAdventure by MusicbyAden | https://soundcloud.com/musicbyadenHappy | https://soundcloud.com/morning-kulishow/happy-background-music-no-copyright-fun-royalty-free-music-free-downloadSpotlight Story and Quote Source: Forbes.com, WarbyParker.com, TheGentlemansJournal.com

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The Mind Muscle Project

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 16:06


Learn the best way to generate a predictable stream of high-quality leads and prospects for your fitness studio/gym this year. By using the NPE Local Search Scanner™ and upgrading your marketing strategy for big growth! Click below to use the 2022 way to max out your leads.   Also Supporting todays show: XERO: https://themindmuscleproject.com/xero Check out our YOUTUBE Channel- https://youtu.be/4tHG3mSSM5E Check out our training programs:https://themindmuscleproject.com/programs Our episode sponsors: https://themindmuscleproject.com/partners Ask Questions on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/intheblackmmp/?hl=en Subscribe for email Updates: https://themindmuscleproject.com/newsletter New Fitness Business Podcast, In The Black: https://spoti.fi/3AlTx8n Check out our training programs:https://themindmuscleproject.com/programs Spotify: https://spoti.fi/3AlTx8n iOS: https://podcasts.apple.com/ph/podcast/in-the-black/id1577114284 See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Positively West Virginia
Episode 202 – Forest “Jack” Bowman – Jackson Kelly Professor of Law Emeritus at West Virginia University

Positively West Virginia

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 41:42


Forest “Jack” Bowman is the Jackson Kelly Professor of Law Emeritus at West Virginia University and a lifelong West Virginian. He taught law at WVU for twenty-three years, during which time he was named “Professor of the Year” by an unprecedented seven graduating classes. In 1988, he was named “Professor of the Year” for all […]

Built To Grow
Bartering With Business Owners

Built To Grow

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 15:33


www.winninggym.com/coachingwww.winninggym.com/IC----------Jump on a Call with RandyAdditional Resources: Client Lifecyle Automation WorkshopGPS Marketing PlatformMarketing Talk with Fitness Professionals Facebook Group--You can find out more about Tim and Randy the strategies covered in this episode by checking out our website.--Rather watch our podcast? Check us out on YouTube

Morning Fire!
O to the 3rd Power fo Goal Achievement

Morning Fire!

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 7:45


Grab my #1 Best Selling book at - https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08FP9P4J5Kings of Sparta Mastermind is a group of like-minded men who grow daily professionally and personally.  For more information go to www.kingsofsparta.comQueens of Sparta Mastermind is a group of badass women who are fierce, strong and determined.  For more details go to www.queensofsparta.com

The Tom Woods Show
Ep. 2042 I Won't Comply: Manhattan Business Owner Refuses to Demand Vaccination Proof

The Tom Woods Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 41:40


Eli Klein, a lifelong Democrat, opposed the COVID restrictions from the beginning, and says he will never demand proof of vaccination to enter his Manhattan art gallery. Sponsors:

The Chris Miles Money Show
The One Thing You Need in 2022 | 573

The Chris Miles Money Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 23:00


That's a great way to start the year, but a better way is by really making sure that you're going to achieve whatever it is you're planning for yourself, your family, or your business. There's this thing that I have been doing for years now that has really helped me achieve success and true happiness in what I do and that's what I am gladly sharing with you today. Watch this video to learn about a different blueprint that will give you the success you want in 2022, how it has worked for me and many other people, and how you can use it to your advantage.  Let 2022 be a different year and make more ripples around you! Key Talking Points of the Episode [01:40] New year's traditions [03:18] Finding your SOUL purpose [04:41] What is the Divine Genius? [05:10] Understanding who you are first [06:05] Finding your unique strength [07:20] How do you find your strengths? [09:23] Finding out your passions [10:56] Passion and strengths combined [13:13] Monetizing your passion [14:01] Your passion as an outlet [16:17] My mission statement [18:14] The real secret of money [19:39] Go back to your core Quotables “As strategic as I want to become, I realize everything that I want in life comes down to one thing. It's not about what you accomplish, but who you are that allows you to accomplish more.” “It's not about working harder and it's not even about working smarter, it's about working right.” “They liked winning but they didn't have the same drive, or passion, or fire like I did.” “When you tie up a strength in with a passion, it amplifies it.” “I want you to find your Divine Genius and find a way to monetize it this year.”

Grow My Cleaning Company's Podcast
Admin Tools for Cleaning Business Owners in 2022: Episode 750

Grow My Cleaning Company's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 23:52


Hello Cleaning Nation! Today we have a real treat on the podcast for you. Lindsay Bjorklund is our client happiness manager but also our operations manager. She now manages a team of people who keep our company running smoothly. One question she gets a lot is about the tools she uses to run our company effectively. Listen in today as she goes through the top tools she personally uses, why she recommends them, and how they will be useful to you and your team. This is the perfect podcast to help you kick off your year more organized than ever before!  3:45 Slack 6:39 Zoom  9:10 G Suite  15:28 Text Magic  17:13 Pipeline Pro  Want to know more about these tools and what you can do to get out of your own way and improve your mindset? Go to growmycleaningcompany.com to listen to our FREE webinar or growmycleaningcompany.com/talk and book a call with one of our coaches. They will get you set up with all the tools, systems, and more to build the business you've always wanted. 

The Business Growth Pod with Allan Draper
S2Ep55: Accounting for Entrepreneurs: Tips for Startups and Business Owners

The Business Growth Pod with Allan Draper

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 28:01


In today's episode, Allan welcomes Matt Remuzz, founder of CapForge. Matt's company focuses on bookkeeping for entrepreneurs. Over the years, Matt has worked with thousands of clients and has helped them get their finances in order. Allan and Matt discuss the importance of proper accounting and why it is essential to focus on the financial health of your company to plan for future growth.

The Journey
To Have Success, The Choice Needs to Be Yours with Hilary Coles, Co-founder of hims and hers

The Journey

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 15:45


When we're growing up, we're always told that we can be what we want, we can do what we love, and we can have anything as long as we work for it. The harsh reality, though, is that for many people, the options are limited. When it comes to things like jobs, homes, or other huge aspects of life, there's no Cheesecake Factory menu of choices for most people to select from. This is especially true in healthcare, where major industries, governments, and regulators have made it nearly impossible to choose the healthcare you want — or to choose anything at all. “I had a boss who was doing a really important speech, and I knew that he was typically a little bit nervous about speaking in public and he had Propranololl, which is a beta beta blocker and took it and crushed the speech and it was no big deal,” Hilary Coles says. “And it made me think about how many people would never say yes. So few people are given the opportunity to speak, right. And then how many people wouldn't even be able to say yes to that? I think a light bulb really went off then, it was a very impressionable moment for me to think through how you design your life and what capacity, or, or limits you set for yourself based on what you think is possible. What do you choose for yourself when you think that you're not gonna be a good lover in a relationship because you're not in control of your sexual function, what kind of an employee are you gonna be when you have untreated depression and no one to talk to you about and don't feel comfortable sharing that. Like, what are the limits that you set for yourself?”Coles is the co-founder & SVP Brand & Innovation at hims & hers, a company that is bringing the power of choice back into the world of healthcare. But it's not just in business that options matter. Throughout Coles's life, she has found that having options, being given opportunities, and opening up doors is necessary to find success. And when those options aren't there for you, maybe you just have to create them yourself. This is The Journey.Key Takeaways:The Same, But Different: Every person is unique, but their basic needs are all the same. Businesses are similar. Each company has differentiating factors, but at the end of the day, the goal is to meet the needs of and solve problems for customers. When you recognize what those needs are, you will be able to serve them better.Freedom To Choose: Too often, businesses or entire industries put a cap on consumers by limiting the options available to them. Instead, when you open the door to consumers and provide them choices, they feel more empowered and have a better experience, thus making them more loyal.Keep Knocking: Your ideas might be bold, and they might push boundaries, and when they do, you'll likely get shut down again and again. It's important to have conviction and keep pressing forward, even if it means creating a path for yourself.---This season of the Journey is produced by Mission.org and brought to you by UPS. To learn how UPS can help your small business, go to UPS.com/pivot.

Morning Fire!
Removing Imposter Syndrome for Visionaries with Lisa Mitchell

Morning Fire!

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 24:01


Where to Find Lisa: Find her on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thelisamitchell/- Find her on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/lisamitchell.co.uk/- Find her on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/lisa-mitchell-7218511/- Her website: https://lisamitchell.co.uk/meet-lisa/

Virtual Coffee
Jessie Garwick, Founder & Owner of J.D.'s Hattery - how she designs stylish hats, fills a gap in the marketplace, and balances being a business owner and mother

Virtual Coffee

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 25:23


On this episode of Virtual Coffee, I chatted with Jessie Garwick, the Founder and Owner of J.D.'s Hattery. Jessie hand crafts and sells beautiful, stylish hats that she is able to ship all over the world. On this episode, we discuss the origin of her business and how she runs her own business while being a mom. Be sure to check out J.D.'s Hattery, and happy listening! J.D.'s Hattery's Instagram ----more---- ☕️ Instagram & Facebook: @virtualcoffeepodcast ☕️ Email: virtualcoffeepodcast@gmail.com  ☕️ Linktree ----more---- ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Don't forget to leave a rating & review for Virtual Coffee! ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ ----more---- Music: Blippy Trance by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/5759-blippy-trance License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/

Eat The Damn Cake
Episode 59 - Hula Hula Hoop

Eat The Damn Cake

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 51:11


Carly and Maddie break down the trend of weighted hula hoops and if they are actually beneficial or not. They also discuss the importance of a change of scenery to spark motivation!

Crushing Chaos with Law Firm Mentor podcast

Do you have problems maintaining a positive culture in a rapidly growing company? Unfortunately, there can be a lot of dysfunction in a business that expands quickly, especially in situations where the owner is not physically present with the team. In this week's episode of the Law Firm Mentor Podcast, I want to give you some positive cultural idioms that you can use to structure your business. Allowing you to work from anywhere at any time and still give your employees their lane. It's an incredible thing to embolden and empower your team, and by the end of this episode, you'll see how you can even have them performing above and beyond their expectations. Let's eliminate these problems before you feel the need to abandon ship. In this episode we discuss: Creating a positive law firm culture. The importance of including respect and a lack of abdication in the anatomy of your team. Making sure all your employees meet the Attitude, Aptitude, and Fit criteria of your company. Having a person who filters the incoming information. Cultural problems deriving from not having adequate supportive communication.   Allison Bio: Allison C. Williams, Esq., is Founder and Owner of the Williams Law Group, LLC, with offices in Short Hills and Freehold, New Jersey. She is a Fellow of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers, is Certified by the Supreme Court of New Jersey as a Matrimonial Law Attorney and is the first attorney in New Jersey to become Board-Certified by the National Board of Trial Advocacy in the field of Family Law.    Ms. Williams is an accomplished businesswoman. In 2017, the Williams Law Group won the LawFirm500 award, ranking 14th of the fastest growing law firms in the nation, as Ms. Williams grew the firm 581% in three years. Ms. Williams won the Silver Stevie Award for Female Entrepreneur of the Year in 2017.  In 2018, Ms. Williams was voted as NJBIZ's Top 50 Women in Business and was designated one of the Top 25 Leading Women Entrepreneurs and Business Owners. In 2019, Ms. Williams won the Seminole 100 Award for founding one of the fastest growing companies among graduates of Florida State University.   In 2018, Ms. Williams created Law Firm Mentor, a business coaching service for lawyers.  She helps solo and small law firm attorneys grow their business revenues, crush chaos in business and make more money.  Through multi-day intensive business retreats, group and one-to-one coaching, and strategic planning sessions, Ms. Williams advises lawyers on all aspects of creating, sustaining and scaling a law firm business – and specifically, she teaches them the core foundational principles of marketing, sales, personnel management, communications and money management in law firms.    Contact Info: The LFM Scorecard https://www.dropbox.com/s/wz5xhyu7awogpet/Culture%20Score%20Card.docx?dl=0 Webinar on January 13th - Seven Strategies to Achieve Rapid Growth in Your Law Firm in 2022: https://bit.ly/LFM-7Strategies Text Us at 908 292 3524 Book a Session with our Growth Strategists Contact Law Firm Mentor: Scheduler: https://meetme.so/LawFirmMentor     Snippets 00: 31:09 (36 Seconds) And if you want to be away from your office, whether it's not working or working, you have to create an environment where you as the leader, if you're still going to own the entity and be anything more than a silent shareholder, you as the leader have to be intentional about leadership. So that means while you are off somewhere, you need to have someone on somewhere in your business, and if you're not going to have someone on somewhere, you have to be strategic about placing yourself in different places in order to make sure that your presence is felt.

The Twin Cities Wellness Collective™ Podcast
#142: Corey Hiben- Creating Wellbeing as a Business Owner

The Twin Cities Wellness Collective™ Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 51:28


Corey Hiben owns a digital media agency for health professionals and has a vision to help 1,000 health providers build an online brand that invokes trust. Corey is in constant pursuit of improving both physical and mental health while also focusing on being present and enjoying the journey of life. He is also the host of his podcast, the Health Hustle.Links from the EpisodeCorey's Website: https://www.coreyhi.com/The Health Hustle Podcast: https://www.coreyhi.com/podcastCorey's LinkedIn Profile: https://www.linkedin.com/in/hibencorey/Corey's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/coreyhiben/Join the Twin Cities Wellness Collective™: https://www.tcwellnesscollective.com/

Girls Who Do Stuff
Genius Shift I n Your Marketing For More Visibility

Girls Who Do Stuff

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 24:22


On this bonus holiday episode of Through The Marketing Lens, we are diving into one shift you can make in your marketing that will have an incredible impact on your business. Now more than ever before, consumers want to know and trust the brands that they buy from. Whether you're a product or service-based business, this one genius change to increase trust with your audience will absolutely transform your marketing.We're discussing: • Current marketing trends and what consumers are looking for right now • How to create visibility for your brand that will actually convert to sales • Why TRUST is the most important factor to consumers and the best way to build trust with your audience • Mindset shifts and other tips to help you feel like the expert you probably already are • How to change your messaging throughout all of your marketing to reflect this shiftSign up for our weekly email list by clicking here!Please check out my website where I'm always updating it with valuable content and free content like workbooks and such to help you propel your business forward!

Go-To Gal with Jaclyn Mellone
BTS: Steal My Strategy For Creating Buzz!

Go-To Gal with Jaclyn Mellone

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 44:21


Episode #208. This week, I'm sharing with you a strategy for capturing interest, meaningful engagement and deepening that connection with your audience. This isn't just for beginning business owners. This is for people at all stages of business. Doing this strategy is going to help you with literally whatever else you're doing. So, how do you build buzz intentionally?Discussed on the ShowMemberVaultVIP MemberVaultMemberVault: Build Your BuzzGal Pals: Become a Go-To Gal Podcast Insider

The Real Estate CPA Podcast
164. Post-Year-End Tax Planning Tips for Investors and Business Owners

The Real Estate CPA Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 37:01


In this episode, Brandon and Thomas talk about post-year-end tax planning. Learn more about Landlord Studio: www.landlordstudio.com/cpa Join our Facebook group, the one-stop-shop for real estate investors to learn about tax strategy and stay up to date on changing tax laws: www.facebook.com/groups/taxsmartinvestors To grab the recordings from the 2021 Tax and Legal Summit visit: www.recordings.taxandlegalsummit.com/ today! For a free consultation from The Real Estate CPA visit www.therealestatecpa.com/become-client Subscribe to our YouTube channel: www.youtube.com/c/therealestatecpa Like us on Facebook www.facebook.com/realestatecpa The Real Estate CPA podcast is for general information purposes only and is not intended to provide, and should not be relied on for, tax, legal, or accounting advice. Information on the podcast may not constitute the most up-to-date legal or other information. No reader, user, or listener of this podcast should act or refrain from acting on the basis of information on this podcast without first seeking legal and tax advice from counsel in the relevant jurisdiction. Only your individual attorney and tax advisor can provide assurances that the information contained herein – and your interpretation of it – is applicable or appropriate to your particular situation. Use of, and access to, this podcast or any of the links or resources contained or mentioned within the podcast show and show notes do not create a relationship between the reader, user, or listener and podcast hosts, contributors, or guests. Always consult your own tax, legal, and accounting advisors before engaging in any transaction.

The Copywriter Club Podcast
TCC Podcast #273: The Key to Fast-Tracking Your Success, Putting on Your Business Owner Hat, and Building the Foundations in Your Copywriting Business with Tori Autumn, Peta O’Brien-Day, and Demetrius Williams

The Copywriter Club Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 51:54


On the 273rd episode of The Copywriter Club Podcast, we're joined by 3 guests. Peta O'Brien-Day, Tori Autumn, and Demetrius Williams join the show to talk about their experience inside The Copywriter Accelerator. The Accelerator Program is our signature program to help new-ish copywriters build the foundations they need to have a successful copywriting business. Whether you decide to join or not, this episode is filled with actionable advice no matter what stage of business you're in. Here's what we talk about: How The Copywriter Club Accelerator can help transform your business. Why people decide to join + how you may feel when you've hit a ceiling in your business. The key to fast-tracking your business. Hint: Systems and processes play a big role. How to go from order-taker to business owner (and stay that way). 3 books you may want to add to your bookshelf in 2022. The secret(s) to shifting your money and pricing mindset, so you can increase your prices. Why it's important to dedicate time to your business AND business development. Balancing the different roles you play in your business and outsourcing what you can. The benefits of accountability, and how it will propel you forward faster. How branding yourself can be like therapy. Should you start before you're ready? How to juggle life and business while going through an immersive program. Niching yourself based on your values. Creating packages that feel good and don't overwhelm you. Why it's a good thing to change your brand over time. The best time to invest in yourself. Hit play or check out the transcript, so you can jot down and implement the advice in this episode. Ready to hit accelerate on your business? Check out the Accelerator by hitting the link below. The people and stuff we mentioned on the show: Kira's website Rob's website The Copywriter Club Facebook Group The Copywriter Accelerator The Copywriter Underground Peta's website Tori's website Demetrius's website    Full Transcript: Rob Marsh:  If you're a regular listener to The Copywriter Club Podcast, you know that it's rare for us to have more than one guest on a single episode. But today we're going to do things a little differently. We've invited three different members of the current cohort of The Copywriter Accelerator to join us, to talk about their experience in this transformative program. Kira Hug:  We'll let these copywriters introduce themselves in a moment, but first, let me just say, if you're tempted to skip this episode, because you're not interested in this program, it could be worth giving it a quick listen because many of the takeaways they share about the changes they've made to their businesses apply to copywriting businesses at every single stage. And these writers are doing some pretty cool things in their businesses. You might be inspired by what they've done, and maybe even borrow an idea or two for your own business. Rob Marsh:  At this point in the program, we would usually say something like this episode is brought to you by The Copywriter Accelerator. And then we would tell you all of the reasons why you should consider joining. We're not going to do that today. Other than to say that after listening to this episode, take a moment to visit thecopywriteraccelerator.com and see what this program is all about. And see for yourself whether or not it's something that you should consider for your business this year. Kira Hug:  So, let's jump in with our guests. We are so excited today to be here with some of our Accelerator members, members who are currently in the program, which we're about to wrap up this month. And so before we dive into this conversation and ask you all a bunch of questions, can you take a minute to introduce yourself, all three of you? Just share name, where you're located, your copywriting specialty, and then bonus points if you want to share a favorite movie or bo...

The Bold Money Revolution
How Service Based Business Owners Can Use Social Media to Market in 2022

The Bold Money Revolution

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 54:38


We are going to have a bit of a big think about social media and small business, because I'm getting some questions, more like statements, in the ethers of female experts who run service-based businesses. That is who I am talking to for context in this conversation.  If you have a product-based business, and primarily these are women who are offering services at a premium level, they are really asking to get paid for their level of expertise and for what they have honed their craft over the years, and they are really great at what they do, they continue on with their professional education, and they add value and they get their clients amazing results. Because of that, they choose to charge a premium price, and so that's really who I am talking to here. I'm going to talk about some pros, some cons, I'm going to give you some facts, I'm going to give you some of my opinions, and I'm going to give you some things that I think you can do to improve or think differently about how you use social media. Learn more about The Bold Profit Academy

Morning Fire!
Make Your Best Your New Baseline

Morning Fire!

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 5:19


Grab my #1 Best Selling book at - https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08FP9P4J5Kings of Sparta Mastermind is a group of like-minded men who grow daily professionally and personally.  For more information go to www.kingsofsparta.comQueens of Sparta Mastermind is a group of badass women who are fierce, strong and determined.  For more details go to www.queensofsparta.com

Morning Fire!
Play Today as if Your Hair is on FIRE!

Morning Fire!

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2022 5:57


Grab my #1 Best Selling book at - https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08FP9P4J5Kings of Sparta Mastermind is a group of like-minded men who grow daily professionally and personally.  For more information go to www.kingsofsparta.comQueens of Sparta Mastermind is a group of badass women who are fierce, strong and determined.  For more details go to www.queensofsparta.com

Business Owners Radio
206 CULTURE | Got Fun? How to boost employee energy, morale, and results! w/Dr. Bob Nelson

Business Owners Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2022 28:39


Dr. Bob Nelson, a leading authority on employee recognition, motivation, and engagement, shares the importance of having fun, recognizing & engaging all employees in the business.  Learn what today's employees want, along with practical tips and real-life examples of how to meet those needs.  

FAR OUT: Adventures in Unconventional Living
FAR OUT #157 ~ What About Rest?

FAR OUT: Adventures in Unconventional Living

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2022 63:31


Listen and explore:The masculine and feminine as it relates to rest and workThe cultural differences in how we rest between Europeans and AmericansRest as a mindsetDifferent ways we restThe ways we struggle to restJulie-Roxane has an "Aha!" moment about her life on the podcastManaging interpersonal relationships with rest in mind"I'm so busy" - the introvert's defense mechanism The way you rest will depend on your personality and your lifestyleMentioned on this episode:FAR OUT #86 ~ Rest as a Revolutionary ActThe Free Birth Podcast: The Blood  Mysteries School with Kristin Hauser and Nancy LucinaConnect with us:Website: www.thefarout.lifeEmail us at info@thefarout.lifeWild Within @ www.thewildwithin.orgSupport this podcast:Discount link to purchase organic, raw ceremonial-grade cacao ethically sourced in Guatemala (a portion of proceeds support this podcast)Become a patron at: https://www.patreon.com/thefaroutcoupleMake one-time donation with PayPal (our account is aplambeck22@gmail.com)Leave a review on iTunes!Share this episode with a friend! :DCredits:Intro music: "Complicate ya" by Otis McDonaldOutro music: "Running with wise fools" written & performed by Krackatoa (www.krackatoa.com)

Mums With Hustle Podcast
MWH 312: The power of intentional thinking time for business owners and creatives

Mums With Hustle Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2022 31:29


MWH 312: The power of intentional thinking time for business owners and creatives Happy New Year and welcome back to the Mums With Hustle podcast! This week, I'm diving into the power of intentional thinking time. LISTEN NOW In this episode, you will learn: 4-step process to make intentional thinking time a habit. Have a time to think and commit to it.Have a place to think.A place to record your thoughts.Have a person or a group that you trust to share your thoughts with.How to get into the mood / mode of thinking.4 simple thinking prompts. I've touched on my intentional practice of thinking time before, when I shared how I plan my work week. I really feel that it's going to help you structure your work week as you look ahead to 2022. You can listen to the episode here. Ladies, grab a pen and a paper as you listen to this episode I share some thinking prompts that can spark inspiration and creativity for your business. Until next week, stay happy in your hustle. CONNECT WITH ME Web: www.tracyharris.coFacebook: @mumswithhustleInstagram: @mumswithhustleTwitter: @MumsWithHustleMums With Hustle® Podcast Community By Tracy Harris: @mumswithhustle LOVE THE MUMS WITH HUSTLE PODCAST? Okay, mama! I'm going to give it to you straight, 'cause you know that's what I'm about. Podcast reviews are super important to iTunes and the more reviews we receive the more likely iTunes will reward us with better reach. I want to reach more hustling mamas that can add extreme value to our kick-ass tribe. Help a sister, out? I already love you forever, but I'd be extremely grateful if you would review me on iTunes! If you've loved this podcast, never miss another one! All you have to do is SUBSCRIBE to the Mums With Hustle Podcast on iTunes.

Success Trails Podcast
Mike Scorzo:"Be Prepared"

Success Trails Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 8, 2022 34:34


Mike Scorzo decided to make his dream job a reality. After spending years in the education world Mike took a leap and decided to open his bakery Masterpiece Bread. In this episode Mike shares some great insights on the importance of customer service, being prepared and how to attract new team members. 

Morning Fire!
Review, Adjust and Attack

Morning Fire!

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2022 6:47


Grab my #1 Best Selling book at - https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08FP9P4J5Kings of Sparta Mastermind is a group of like-minded men who grow daily professionally and personally.  For more information go to www.kingsofsparta.comQueens of Sparta Mastermind is a group of badass women who are fierce, strong and determined.  For more details go to www.queensofsparta.com

Black Wealth Renaissance
EP:153 Changing the Way that We Think (W/Guest Taurea Avant)

Black Wealth Renaissance

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2022 64:06


"Who said if you want it done right you have to do it yourself? Had to be somebody broke!" In this episode the guys speak with Taurea Avant, Taurea is a computer science graduate from Hampton University. She is an author of more than 15+ books and the latest is “Don't Go Broke Trying to Be a Business Owner“. She has been featured on ABC, Fox, CBS and more! In 2009 she founded Show Your Success where she has helped more than 5000+ speakers, coaches and network marketers to write books to grow their business. She also founded a non-profit, Urban CEO Network, whose mission is to help empower and educate men and women from the Urban Community in a non-intimidating way. Leave Us A 5 Star Rating & Review ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Check out Aspira Pura here and use code BWR10 for a discount Complete this short survey to help grow the BWR Podcast: 1-Min Survey Get Access To Products, Services, & Free Resources Click Here

Team Building Podcast
Leading a Goal Setting Discussion Like a True Business Owner: The Number One, Zero Cost Way to Add Value to Your Agents

Team Building Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2022 59:59


As team leaders, it's our job to help our agents succeed and achieve their dreams. We could focus on lead gen and CRMs, but the success of our people truly starts with goal setting. What are the questions we need to ask our agents so that their goals can be backed up by actions and activities? How do we avoid imposing our own goals on our agents? In this episode, KWElite invites you into our December client call where we dive deep into goal setting.Three Things You'll Learn In This Episode - Why goals need to be super specific There's a difference between setting a goal and wishing things into existence. How do we make sure we're doing the former? - How to help agents set their own goals, not oursAs team leaders, we're in danger of instilling what we want onto our agents. Can we teach ourselves to avoid this? - What we can expect when we start rolling out this goal setting process How do we deal with our agents pushing back on the goal setting sessions and actually get their buy-in?