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It is common knowledge that matter exists in three states—liquid, solid, and gas. Water can transition between these states depending on the temperature it is exposed to.Often, as professionals, businesses, or even in our personal lives, we refuse to change our state to adapt, survive, and thrive in our environment. A big reason for us not growing and taking action comes down to our thinking.Let's explore how to master our thoughts to be agile as water to transition to the necessary state of being in order to succeed.Are we in the right state of mind in order to position ourselves and/or our business to be in the right state to grow?Beyond The Episode Gems:See what the HubSpot CRM can do for your business at HubSpot.comSee all of the podcasts on the HubSpot Podcast NetworkListen to this Strategy Accelerator Episode with Agency Accelerated Podcast Discover The 5 Growth Secrets To Get More Business via AgorapulseDiscover how Agorapulse is helping businesses measure the impact of social media and prove ROISee My Free Course -- Earning The Trust Of Your Audience To Build Brand Authority On Social Media PulseLearn more and join the Social Media Pulse Community for freeGet Two Free Months of Agorapulse on me: Social.Agorapulse.com/FindTroyJoin my All Things Strategy Community on Twitter for upcoming exclusive content!#####Support The Podcast & Connect With Troy:• Rate & Review iDigress: iDigress.fm/Reviews• Get Strategy Solutions & Services: FindTroy.com• Buy Troy's Book, Strategize Up: FindTroy.com/Strategize-Up• Follow Troy on Twitter: Twitter.com/FindTroy• Follow Troy on LinkedIn: LinkedIn.com/in/FindTroy
In this episode, we are joined by Janine Bensouda, the Founder and Managing Director of Bensouda Consulting. She talks with us about her framework of how to Lead with Love and we hold it against our framework here at Love as a Business Strategy. We love encountering people out there doing things similar to us, so you won't want to miss this discussion!
We often tell ourselves we don't have enough time, energy, or capacity.And when things get hard, we pile MORE things onto our to-do list.... Creating MORE stress around the lack of time, energy, capacity.In this episode, I go over the 4 THINGS YOU NEED first in order to be successful inside of your business.Then we focus on:
As online business owners and especially as membership leaders, it's easy to experience decision fatigue. Memberships are complex and none of the wildly successful ones fit one-size-fits all formulae. In this episode I share an unpopular approaching to deciding what to sell to your audience first to move them towards your membership, as well as explaining the choices you have around how you want to package your offer. Hint: sell it like an investment vs an expense. I also talk about what's been working really well for me to attract ideal clients who are booking VIP days (read about those here https://scalingdeep.com/coaching/) - SEO!! And ... how much value and insights I'm getting from my customer validation interviews and how that's influencing my mindset and choices.
In this insightful episode, Caterina reminds you of the true power of making your voice heard. She shares how our upbringing, life experiences, and other influences we may not be aware of can create blocks that keep us quiet. Caterina discusses how to identify these barriers and overcome them in order to amplify your voice for more good, more sales, to showcase your massive leadership abilities. Your voice has huge value and it's time to amplify it all over to expand your reach and your impact!
QUICK LINKS:• The Agency Profitability Toolkit - Get the templates, formulas, and frameworks we've used with our consulting clients to help them double their profitability in under 60 days, absolutely free.• For more information on our Agency Profitability Systems and Consulting, check out parakeeto.com• Love the podcast? Leave us a review on the platform of your choice at this link.• Want to see/read more about this episode? Then do make your way to parakeeto.com/blogGUEST LINKS:Tyler is circling back to his first love, that being the concept of creating a more tech-enabled content agency. Right from Google Chrome, you can get matched with an industry-specific human writer within 10 minutes. If that sounds of interest, do reach out to him via the below!LinkedInTwitter.com/productizetyProductized.servicesAcquisition ChecklistABOUT TYLER GILLESPIE:Noted founder with two successful exits under his belt, Tyler loves building and scaling productized service businesses! Currently, he shares his thoughts via productized.services. He enjoys traveling regularly, with home bases in Medellin, Colombia, and his hometown in Colorado. Passions include Latin culture, speaking Spanish, playing chess, and salsa dancing.
Ryan has an extensive 15 years of experience focused on working with small businesses. In addition to providing creative financing solutions, Ryan's expertise is centered in adding value to entrepreneurs and executives with all aspects of executing their organization's growth and mergers and acquisitions strategies. More about Ryan: https://www.gspiregroup.com/ More about Aaron: https://www.aaronjarmstrong.com/podcasts
Want better results with little or no additional resources? #70secondCEO Hi everyone, Carl Gould here with your #70secondCEO. Just a little over a one minute investment every day for a lifetime of results. Now let's move into the later part of the stage. We want to improve our quality. You're getting into the part of the stage just like teaching your child to walk or to ride a bicycle. They've been doing it pretty well so far. You don't need to stand right behind them. You're in the same room of course keeping an eye on them, but you don't have to walk right behind them and keep your hand on the car seat or by the seat of their pants. They can walk on their own now so our power tool for Stage Four and what will lead us to stage five is our iCube or intelligent incremental improvements to quality. We accomplish that through automation computerization process refinements, the little tweaks, the 1% improvements like we said incremental think smart, be intelligent, incremental means increased results, little or no additional resources. Like and follow this podcast so you can learn more. My name is Carl Gould and this has been your #70secondCEO.
HubSpot is one of the leading tech tools in the market for businesses of all sizes. In this episode, Islin Munisteri, co-founder of Theia Marketing and a HubSpot Platinum partner agency, talks to Paul about how the platform can help you scale your business. You will learn why HubSpot is a good choice and where the platform is heading, how to use data triggers to find leads for your agency, and, finally, how using AI will help you improve your sales calls. Links 404 - Show Notes Islin's LinkedIn Theia Marketing RevOps Careers Podcast Cloud Consultants Collective Sendspark ZoomInfo Connect With Paul On LinkedIn On Facebook On Twitter: @PaulHiggins555 On Instagram: @paulhigginsmentoring Email: Paul@paulhigginsmentoring.com Thank You for Tuning In!
Achieve intelligent, incremental improvements in every area of your business. Hi everyone, Carl Gould here with your #70secondCEO. Just a little over a one minute investment every day for a lifetime of results. This will be an uncomfortable stage systems are what you probably avoided in your last job or your last enterprise and this is what you need to embrace right now. 1% improvement or what we call intelligent, incremental improvements to quality make it 1% better in all areas judged by results, I promise you it will be uncomfortable at times. If you're getting your result do more of it. If you're not then change it. Do not judge by how it feels because there's a good chance it will feel uncomfortable. Like and follow this podcast so you can learn more. My name is Carl Gould and this has been your #70secondCEO.
Even with the impending recession or slow season, your e-commerce business could still continue to grow as long as it's relevant and is using the right strategies.In this episode, we talk about the different strategies that you could implement in your business to help keep it afloat. It could be cutting costs, proper inventory management, finding the right supplier and partnering with suitable lenders. We'll also talk about the market outlook so if you'd like to prepare for what's coming, make sure you tune in till the end. Let's get started![00:01 - 03:27] Opening SegmentDavid's forecast on the economic dipIncorporate these tips into your processes and do it on a regular basis[03:28 - 26:16] Let's Talk About Strategies That Work Be profit margin focusedFocus on high profit-high velocity productsRemove products that do not sellCreate a product timelineDo not be led by your emotionsIncrease your profit by taking advantage of split testingAssess your marketClassify needs versus wantsLook for wasted PPC ads spentRun an entire auditRevisit old campaignsMonthly reports and analyticsWant some Amazon refunds? Check out GETIDAPromo code: FTM400Refinance debt by utilizing different lending options to get the best rateCancel services and subscriptions that are not necessary to run the businessLiquidate slow-moving inventoryCollaboration of the marketing and inventory team is the keyBreak-even analysis[26:17 - 30:39] Closing SegmentWhat is GETIDA and why it's the duo's favorite softwareConnect with us!Final wordsQuotes “I think to add products into your portfolio that level it out and minimize your risk, it'll increase the value of your business, for sure.” “At the end of the day, profit is the name of the game.” Send us a voice message and let us know how we can help you fire the man! FacebookYouTubeInstagramGETIDAEmail us --> email@example.com Leave us a review as it really helps the show!
What do chess players and entrepreneurs have in common? The best ones are always anticipating their next five moves. Patrick Bet-David, CEO and founder of PHP agency and the creator behind the widely popular YouTube channel Valuetainment, shares the secret of strategizing your next moves. In this episode, Hala and Patrick talk about Patrick's latest book, Your Next Five Moves. They dive deep into the lessons Patrick learned from his unique upbringing, talk about the Law of Attraction and Patrick's keys to success, and discuss how the vision and mindset of a chess grandmaster apply to business. Topics Include: - Patrick's background growing up in Iran - How adversity impacts success - Why he struggled in high school - Experience in the military and how he applied what he learned to entrepreneurship - The value of connection and comradery - The joke on his cover letter that got him job interviews - Intreprenuer vs entrepreneur - Why he decided to start PHP Agency - How does he attract a diverse workforce? - How reading changed his life - The Law of Attraction and Patrick's keys to success - The vision and mindset of a chess master and how it's related to business - How do you decide what the right sequence is? - The five moves to achieving your goals - Patrick's actionable advice - Patrick's secret to profiting - And other topics… Patrick Bet-David is a content creator, producer, author, and CEO of both PHP Agency, Inc., an insurance sales, marketing, and distribution company, and Valuetainment Media, a media brand that exists to teach about the fundamentals of entrepreneurship and personal development. It has been referred to as “the best channel for entrepreneurs.” Patrick is the author of Your Next Five Moves: Master the Art of Business Strategy. Sponsored By: Wise - Join 13 million people and businesses who are already saving, and try Wise for free at Wise.com/yap Jordan Harbinger - Check out jordanharbinger.com/start for some episode recommendations LinkedIn Marketing Solutions - LinkedIn is offering a $100 credit on your next campaign. Go to LinkedIn.com/YAP to claim your credit Open Door Capital - Go to investwithodc.com to learn more! Shopify - Go to shopify.com/profiting, for a FREE fourteen-day trial and get full access to Shopify's entire suite of features Resources Mentioned: Books by Patrick: https://www.amazon.com/Patrick-Bet-David/e/B006K8HXCE Website: https://www.patrickbetdavid.com/ Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/patrick-bet-david-3731553/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/patrickbetdavid/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/patrickbetdavid Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PatrickBetDavid.Valuetainment YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/patrickbetdavid Connect with Young and Profiting: Hala's LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/htaha/ Hala's Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/yapwithhala/ Hala's Twitter: https://twitter.com/yapwithhala Clubhouse: https://www.clubhouse.com/@halataha Website: https://www.youngandprofiting.com/ Text Hala: https://youngandprofiting.co/TextHala or text “YAP” to 28046 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this episode of Chasing the Insights, I talk to the story-telling queen Donna Griffit. Donna talks to us about the power of storytelling and how to find your own x-factor statement. Donna Griffit, Corporate Storyteller, has worked globally for over 17 years with Fortune 500 companies, Start-Ups and investors in a wide variety of industries.
Today, More Than Enough tax specialist and coach Bron Vasic joins "Let's Talk Money with Dave and Reb" to talk business strategy. When people are asking about tax strategies for business, Bron suggests the first focus points should be about making the business profitable, then they can learn best tax strategies based on their circumstances. Making a plan and being committed to the plan is essential, especially in today's economic climate. Also important to the business journey, is talking with other business people about their successes and failures. Learning and gleaning from others is key to successful planning. Tune in to hear their discussion. Today's show is sponsored by More Than Enough Financial - a financial coaching, tax, and mortgage company empowering people to effectively manage their finances, while finding hope and financial freedom one day at a time. You can also listen to the financial fitness seminar led by Dave and Reb by going to these links: Financial Fitness Seminar link, or for a shorter version Debt Snowball link. To order Reb's e-book, audio book, or soft-cover copy of Cultivating Trust: Finding God's Hope and Freedom for Your Finances, go to morethanenoughbooks.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org, to arrange a pick-up from their Ottawa office. Aired: June 24th, 2022 on CHRI Radio 99.1FM in Ottawa, Canada. For questions or to schedule an appointment with a More Than Enough team member, e-mail email@example.com or call 613-520-4157. Visit morethanenough.ca for more information. For more CHRI shows, visit chri.ca.
Simon Leslie is founder and chief executive of Ink, a global travel media company. At the onset of the pandemic, Simon's business plummeted from projections of earning $150 million to nothing, almost overnight. How he has been able to work his company back to the top is an incredible story of grit, creativity, and resilience. As a mentor and serial investor to multiple young entrepreneurs he also coaches worn out business leaders how to live the life of their dreams. Over the last 30 years he has dedicated his skill to creating amazing media in the travel space. He is a world record holder for the amount of inflight magazines he has launched and published. With over 250 million copies of magazines published in the last 30 years he knows a thing or two about crafting travel media. His clients include major airlines, airports and travel groups. In 2018 he helped build ReachTV into the biggest airport TV network in the world.www.luckyleslie.comwww.livelifedriven.com
Stage 4 is when you start to reap the rewards! Hi everyone, Carl Gould here with your #70secondCEO. Just a little over a one minute investment every day for a lifetime of results. Certainty sets the foundation for a significant experience for your employees and their customers give them both the certainty and a significant experience, they can create a connection that was not possible early. Stage four is when you really start to reap the rewards of your early effort, part of our focus and what will lead us into our power tools for stage four is measuring and monitoring all of those systems measuring and monitor part of our focus, which leads us into our power tools for stage four is measuring and monitoring all of our systems incremental improvement in all areas, meaning just take every one area of your business and seek to make it 1% better, how can I make it slightly better today, you're in the middle part of the stage, you're improving your systems, you're measuring and you're monitoring and here's how you measure your systems. You judge your systems and you measure your systems by the results you achieve not by the level of discomfort you feel while implementing those systems. Like and follow this podcast so you can learn more. My name is Carl Gould and this has been your #70secondCEO.
Given the complex nature of marketing, how does a CMO make sure everyone in their team is moving in the same direction? Jason Rose, the Chief Marketing Officer at the data storage developer Pure Storage, relies on a mantra he learned while previously working at SAP from Bill McDermott, who was the CEO there at the time: “Keep the main thing the main thing.” Tune in to hear why oftentimes less is more when organizing a marketing strategy.Tune in to learn:How Jason's product marketing experience helps him in his current role (9:30)About the importance of simplification (18:55)About improving customer experience (29:30)What role AI is playing in marketing right now (39:55)Mentions:“$800 Billion in Incremental Revenue Is Possible With AI-Driven Personalization”“Email Is Still King (and 4 Other Big Insights Into Effective Tech Marketing)”Marketing Trends is brought to you by Salesforce Marketing Cloud. For more great marketing insights, sign up for The Marketing Moments newsletter. You'll get ideas to help you build better customer relationships, invites to upcoming events, and access to the latest industry research. Subscribe at https://sforce.co/MarketingMoments
Running your own business is one of the hardest jobs in the world. Making your own decisions is exciting but also somehow terrifying. So, If you don't have a coach or mentor guiding you through this adventure, Paul pulls together eight questions you can ask yourself to self-evaluate your process. He also shares some examples from his own experience. Links 403 - Show Notes Cloud Consultants Collective Sendspark Connect With Paul On LinkedIn On Facebook On Twitter: @PaulHiggins555 On Instagram: @paulhigginsmentoring Email: Paul@paulhigginsmentoring.com Thank You for Tuning In!
In this episode of Chasing the Insights, I talk to professional speaker and storyteller Robert Kennedy III. Robert talks to us about the power of storytelling and some of the different stories we must tell as entrepreneurs. Robert Kennedy III wants to live in a world where people are no longer afraid to confidently tell their stories...and they can also eat Reese's Peanut Butter cups for every meal without any repercussions.
Predictability breeds certainty. Certainty attracts clients. Discover the benefits of consistency. Hi everyone, Carl Gould here with your #70secondCEO. Just a little over a one minute investment every day for a lifetime of results. So the bookkeeper's job has to develop its own personality and that means consistency predictability, not you coming in the office early one day to write the checks as fast as you can, and then coming home late that night and trying to staple the receipts as fast as you can, because you have to get out to your son's ballgame or date night with your wife, or your husband, or running into the office very early on a Saturday morning, before you head out to the family barbecue to get some book work done. No, no, no consistency, every day, slow pace, come in, look at our tasks for the day, execute those tasks. So you can set your watch by what the people in your office are doing. Walk in, you see somebody doing a certain task must be Monday must be Tuesday afternoon must be Friday. You need to get predictable in your office. That predictability breeds certainty. Certainty breeds action out of your customers. Like and follow this podcast so you can learn more. My name is Carl Gould and this has been your #70secondCEO.
I'm launching a planner for small business owners! It feels surreal to even say those words. I've been thinking and dreaming about designing a planner since I started my business years ago! In today's episode, I'm sharing the journey that brought me here, my vision for the planner, and what the timeline will look like over the next year. Make sure you join the waitlist to be the first to know when the planner launches! I have a big vision for this planner, and in order to design the best possible planner for small business owners, I need your input! Here are some ways you can get involved. Take this short, 5-minute market research survey to tell me what your perfect planner would look like! Sign up for a 15 minute 1:1 market research interview here. Vote on polls in my Instagram Stories @jadeboyd.co! LINKS AND RESOURCES MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE Join the Planner Waitlist The Organize your Business ClickUp Template Mariah Danielson, Why Discovery Session CONNECT WITH JADE Website Instagram Organize your Business Template FREE Task Batching Workbook FREE Weekly Review Checklist
The Systems Stage often begins with a sales dip. Don't panic! #70secondCEO every week day. Hi everyone, Carl Gould here with your #70secondCEO. Just a little over a one minute investment every day for a lifetime of results. In the early part of the stage, you may notice that your sales will dip a little bit, that's your blind spot, your blind spot is that your sales may dip a little bit especially early. And that's a functional problem. It's okay. Why? Because early on in the stage, you are going to turn your focus internally to your employees. Just like when you're teaching your child to ride a bicycle, you run right behind them, you have your eyes on them the whole time. You have your hands close by so they don't fall and hurt themselves and you're running alongside of them as a redundant safety measure just to make sure that they have the confidence to do it on their own and as you create and you manage these systems, your sales are about to turn and head upward exponentially. The major focus of this stage is systems, structure, systems, structure. Your outcome is to implement these systems and have them work on their own and develop their own personality. Like and follow this podcast so you can learn more. My name is Carl Gould and this has been your #70secondCEO.
This week Caterina is joined by friend of the planet and certified green business owner, Carolyn Pistone. Carolyn explains the importance of sustainability in business, how entrepreneurs can work to certify their business as a B-Corp, and ways business owners can improve the ecological footprint their businesses leave behind. If you're looking for a guide on becoming a more environmentally-friendly, socially-responsible, green business, this is an episode you will not want to miss!
In this episode of Chasing the Insights, I talk to copy hacking queen Ashleigh Rennie. Ashleigh talks to us about how we can create emails that kiss the screen (and convert). Ashleigh Rennie is a Copyhackers-trained conversion copywriter who helps businesses attract their ideal clients, and make more money.
Systems are predictable, consistent and reliable. But are you ready to let them work? Hi everyone, Carl Gould here with your #70secondCEO. Just a little over a one minute investment every day for a lifetime of results. That's a system when you have an activity or a group of activities that you can remove yourself from. Now, you remember way back when we're talking about the discovery process, and we said, Every job has a personality. Every industry has a personality. Well, in your business, each job is going to start to assume its own personality. Systems, by their very nature, are predictable, they're consistent, they're reliable, they're scheduled, and they're very structured. What comes with that is a slower pace. The pace will slow a bit, just as you were being patient with yourself in stage three, it's now time to be patient with others, meaning your staff. You need to stay the course. Like and follow this podcast so you can learn more. My name is Carl Gould and this has been your #70secondCEO.
Jim Everhart discusses his book "Brand Vision" and ways to align business strategy with marketing tactics. Jim spent more than four decades in the marketing industry, most of it at Godfrey Advertising, one of the largest business-to-business marketing agencies in the United States. Listen for three action items you can use today. Host, Kevin Craine Do you want to be a guest?
Y'all, I have been giving advice and sharing my opinions for as long as I can remember. In fact, I have distinct memories of having opinions ABOUT opinions as young as 7 years old!The point is: when business owners ask me questions about how to grow their business, I'm more than happy to give you advice.And that's exactly what I'm doing today!In this Q+A, I answer the following questions from business owners like you:“You talk a lot about just being brave and putting content out there, especially at the start with stories that disappear in 24 hours or Facebook lives that no one is really watching yet. I wonder if you could also address some caution points. Things that we would want to pause before putting out there for content because it might cause regret later in the digital footprint.”“What are some of your favorite podcasts?”“As a mom of 3 beautiful daughters, I want to know: what do you want to pass to your daughter? What do you want her to model from you?”“How do your friends/ family deal with your social media success? Are they apprehensive about you being around, in fear of posting their face online?”Prior to this recording, I hadn't seen these questions or planned out my responses, so you're about to hear my raw, unfiltered advice. Click play now!Thank you so much for listening to another episode of the Jasmine Star Show. Make sure you don't miss another one by subscribing to the podcast on iTunes! It seems like such a small act, but it truly means the world to me and my team.
What makes us excited to launch our programs? Many of us think the answer is previous sales - a track record that people will buy from us. Nope. I don't recommend we base ALL of our excitement on this extrinsic value, because: 1) It's risky. Results can fluctuate and we don't want to ride that rollercoaster. 2) We're not always selling the things we've sold before. The ONE thing that doesn't have to fluctuate is the belief in our own ability to deliver transformation to our clients. Knowing that our programs are designed and structured with contents that gets our members into action and success is value we can trust. And it propels us into the unknown, facing all of our doubt and fears to put our gifts out there in the world. When we have people within our programs who are doing the work, and winning because of it, we feel awesome. So building the structure with just the right amount of content that puts our client and members into action vs overwhelm. And thus keeps us out of overwhelm is the recipe for our own success. I also share why too much content is actually dangerous and can backfire big time, dispelling one of the most prevalent myths in the membership world - it's all about content.
Partnering is a sales approach that's been working for years for the big players in the tech industry. But cloud consultants and SaaS partners are also finding great benefits in it. On this episode of the Accelerate Sales Podcast, Vince Menzione, CEO of Ultimate Partnerships and a former GM at Microsoft, shares insights on scaling through partnerships. You will learn how tech ecosystems work, and the roles partnerships play in them. Vince also explains why Microsoft is gaining share and what to look for when selecting the right vendor to partner with. Links 402 - Show Notes Vince's LinkedIn Profile Ultimate Guide to Partnering® Podcast Ultimate Partnerships® Cloud Consultants Collective Sendspark Connect With Paul On LinkedIn On Facebook On Twitter: @PaulHiggins555 On Instagram: @paulhigginsmentoring Email: Paul@paulhigginsmentoring.com Thank You for Tuning In!
In the Systems Stage your business begins running itself. Hi everyone, Carl Gould here with your #70secondCEO. Just a little over a one minute investment every day for a lifetime of results. You actually have a business, you had a job to this point, you now have a true business. Why? Because you're ready for systems you have been preparing. In stage three, you even wrote the policies and procedures manual. That's like teaching your son or your daughter how to ride a bicycle, you put the training wheels on or you're teaching them how to walk, you're going to implement those systems, where you're going to be right behind them all the way with your feet with your I'm sorry, with your hand on the seat of their pants, or on the seat of their bicycle, just to make sure they don't fall and really hurt themselves all the while allowing them to learn how to ride on their own. This is one of the most rewarding stages from a personal standpoint, you will go through in your business because this is where all of the little birds grow their wings and start to fly. So what is a system? Our practical definition of a system is any activity or any group of activities that you can remove yourself from and it will still run on its own. Like and follow this podcast so you can learn more. My name is Carl Gould and this has been your #70secondCEO.
Business models, kits, courses, systems and similar flood the marketplace. A simple online search pulls an overwhelming number of options. But finding a model designed for women, with women in mind is trickier. As female entrepreneurs, we possess natural strengths and assets which differ from men. We need a business strategy that leverages those. In this business mastery episode, I address business strategy for women business owners. Before we begin, I want to establish that it's healthy to periodically adjust and rework your strategy. As your desire for the results of your business changes, your strategy needs to as well. I find I adjust mine about every 24-36 months. “And that is the part that is so dynamic: that your strategy has to be that fluid AND concrete… and fluid and concrete... It's just an evolving process. It's a breathing process. And I think that's what so many models don't account for.” – Kris Plachy What You'll Learn Set a clear result Leading a heart-centered business Creating the life you want Sitting with your belief Clarify what drives revenue Your vital few Keep or go Plan for failure Contact Info and Recommended Resources CEO Immersion (aka How to CEO LIVE!) Five full days of complete immersion during which you'll be coached and advised, and you'll develop every team system you need to have in place to build an amazing team. You, and your person that helps you with all this (your Ops person), will leave with everything in hand, built, documented, ALL ready to implement. It will be a week of not just learning about how to do things but having everything developed so you can implement immediately. The week is scheduled for late August, in Scottsdale, AZ. You must be at 7 figures to join because the complexity of your team is important for this exercise. Get on the CEO LIVE Immersion waitlist: CEOImmersion.com. Connect with Kris Plachy Get How to CEO DIGITAL! This course is available for all entrepreneurs looking to increase their business mastery. Access includes weekly Q&A calls for additional help. Speaking of business mastery, having that throughout your business is crucial. Without it, your business won't thrive. In Season 4 of Leadership Is Feminine, I'm focusing on various aspects of business mastery. If you've missed any of the first three episodes, I encourage you to go back and listen to them. Thus far, I've talked about leadership excellence, the ‘Founder's Curse', and even how to fire someone nicely. Work with Kris: How to CEO Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Linkedin Instagram Facebook Pinterest Medium
There are only four true currencies out there. And no, I'm not talking about crypto. The four currencies are:1. Your Time2. Your Money3. Your Knowledge4. Your SkillThis episode breaks down how to acquire, maintain, and utilize the four currencies to get what you want, both professionally and personally.Beyond The Episode Gems:See what the HubSpot CRM can do for your business at HubSpot.comSee all of the podcasts on the HubSpot Podcast NetworkListen to this Strategy Accelerator Episode with Agency Accelerated Podcast Discover The 5 Growth Secrets To Get More Business via AgorapulseDiscover how Agorapulse is helping businesses measure the impact of social media and prove ROISee My Free Course -- Earning The Trust Of Your Audience To Build Brand Authority On Social Media PulseLearn more and join the Social Media Pulse Community for freeGet Two Free Months of Agorapulse on me: Social.Agorapulse.com/FindTroyJoin my All Things Strategy Community on Twitter for upcoming exclusive content!#####Support The Podcast & Connect With Troy:• Rate & Review iDigress: iDigress.fm/Reviews• Get Strategy Solutions & Services: FindTroy.com• Buy Troy's Book, Strategize Up: FindTroy.com/Strategize-Up• Follow Troy on Twitter: Twitter.com/FindTroy• Follow Troy on LinkedIn: LinkedIn.com/in/FindTroy
Elaine Pofeldt is an independent journalist, author, and speaker specializing in entrepreneurship and careers. She is the author of The Million-Dollar, One-Person Business and Tiny Business, Big Money. Her writing has been featured in The Economist, Fortune, Forbes, and many other business publications. Elaine helps corporate, private, and nonprofit clients with projects such as ghostwriting, blogging, reports, and academic articles. Drawing on her experience in building Fortune Small Business Online from a fledgling site to one with 2-5 million page views a month, Elaine helps online editorial consulting clients create high-traffic websites. In this episode… Have you thought about starting a microbusiness or creating a side hustle, but you're not sure if you are ready? Having a business of your own can bring personal fulfillment and joy and let you live the life you want. If you venture out on your own, there are many ways you can begin without much capital or needing to have a lot of employees — maybe not any at all. So, how can you do more with less? Elaine Pofeldt recommends using automation to enhance your business functions. With automation, you don't have to expend resources to hire and lead a team of employees that may not serve you in the long run. If you outsource and leverage technology, you can set aside time to focus on tasks such as networking and research that will help build your business and increase your revenue. Optimizing your resources and business connections will allow you to hone your passion, create your ideal microbusiness, and attain personal freedom. In today's episode of Growth to Freedom, Dan Kuschell joins Elaine Pofeldt to discuss creating a microbusiness to make money and live the life you want to live. Elaine shares how entrepreneurs are creating startup opportunities, her inspiration and what she learned through writing The Million-Dollar, One-Person Business, and her strategies for achieving success in your microbusiness.