What's holding you back in your business? Are you consuming all the podcasts and YouTube videos and books and blog posts? Do you have FOMO that you just might miss out on something important that so-and-so is selling?? Let me give you one word....STOP. Stop being a Content Tourist and let's get to focusing on what matters right now in your business. Tune in to see what I'm talking about. BGC ANNOUNCEMENTS * Welcome to the 338th episode of the Boss Girl Creative Podcast!! Today's topic is all about not being a content tourist. * Want a direct link to the podcast feed? Click here. * Use this Hashtag on Social Media: #bossgirlcreative INSIDE THIS EPISODE
Today Abby and Kat interview @patflynn on the podcast. Pat is the king of creating passive income and multiple revenue streams and gives our listeners tangible ways to pull this into your business if you haven't already. PHP is the FIRST audience to get a peek at a brand new framework Pat has created to help streamline the process if you are just getting started on your idea.He gives a fresh take on entrepreneurship while raising children and how losing his dream job as an architect was the best thing that happened for his career. As a leader in the podcast space with over 65 million downloads to date, this interview will leave you with steps you can take today to hit your financial goals. MEET PATAffiliate Link to Our Favorite Podcasting Course: Power Up Podcasting https://courses.smartpassiveincome.com/courses/power-up-podcasting?affcode=30425_l-ukxeqbLet's connect!Our WEBSITE: https://www.pursuingherpurpose.comINSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/pursuingherpurpose/MEET AMY: http://instagram.com/ameskiefer/MEET KAT: https://www.instagram.com/kat.herro/ MEET ABBY: http://instagram.com/abbyrosegreen/
What is the current state of masculinity? What is a Catholic understanding of masculinity? How do we transform families, parishes, and society by engaging men to evangelize? We talk with Fr. Jon Fincher about this and more! http://www.patreon.com/thecatholicmanshow (Become a Patron! Over 40 interviews, a course with Karlo Broussard, a 10 part series on the domestic church, a course on fitness and virtue by Pat Flynn, and free thank you gifts for supporting the show!) https://selectinternationaltours.com/catholicmanshow/ () Travel to Italy, the Holy Land, Scotland, or Europe. Take a Catholic pilgrimage cruise or mix in Faith and Food or Faith and Fitness. No matter where you travel with Select, you will be embraced by faith. All our trips feature daily mass, unparalleled access to sacred sites, local guides that speak your language, and excellent accommodations. We have been helping pilgrims put their feet in the places their faith began for over 30 years. We want to help YOU experience the fun and faith-enriching power of pilgrimage. https://selectinternationaltours.com/catholicmanshow/ (Click here) About our drink: http://www.bellsbeer.com/beer/specialty/expedition-stout (Bells Brewery Expedition Russian Imperial Stout) One of the earliest examples of Russian Imperial Stouts in the United States, Expedition Stout offers immensely complex flavors crafted specifically with aging in mind. A huge malt body is matched with a heady blend of chocolate, dark fruit and other aromas. The flavors will slowly meld and grow in depth as the beer ages in your cellar. Alcohol By Volume: 10.50% Original Gravity: 1.115 Shelf Life: Unlimited About our gear: We talk about Fr. Jon Fincher's thesis for the completion of the licentiate program in moral theology. About the Topic: We talk about fatherlessness, how boys aren't growing up, biology vs. culture, the creation of man in the Imago Dei, Jesus as the model of man, man's role in the family, parish, and society, and more with Fr. Fincher in this week's episode. CONGRATULATIONS TO The Catholic Woodworker FOR OPENING UP A NEW OFFICE BUILDING! WE ARE GRATEFUL FOR YOUR SUPPORT AND INCREDIBLY HAPPY FOR YOUR CONTINUED SUCCESS: Use promo code TCMS10 for 10% off all purchases. https://catholicwoodworker.com/collections/discount-rosaries () [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7ANKE_HjVYk] TIME CODES: If this is your first time listening to The Catholic Man Show, we do 3 things almost every episode:1.) Open, review, and enjoy a man beverage – Minutes 1-12.2.) Highlight a man gear – Minutes 12-24.3.) Have a manly conversation – Minutes 24-48If you haven't listened to The Catholic Man Show before, check out our previous episodes https://thecatholicmanshow.com/episodes/ (here). Subscribe to our https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC5MhmMZZhEnrapVYUIkFHLg?view_as=subscriber ( YouTube channel) to watch past episodes. Want to help The Catholic Man Show? By giving us a rating on https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-catholic-man-show/id1128843873?mt=2 (iTunes, it helps others find the show.) Want to say up with The Catholic Man Show? Sign up for our mailing list: http://www.thecatholicmanshow.com/manly (Click Here) Looking for a prayer to pray with your wife? https://thecatholicmanshow.com/blog/looking-for-a-prayer-to-pray-with-your-wife-print-this-off-and-start-praying/ (Check this blog out.) Are you getting our emails? Sign up for our newsletter where we give you all bacon content – never spam. http://thecatholicmanshow.com/manly/ (SIGN UP HERE:) https://thecatholicmanshow.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/04/tcms-email-ss.png () If you enjoyed this episode of The Catholic Man Show and are looking to protect your family from the dangers of the internet, go to https://covenanteyes.com/ (Covenant Eyes) and use promo code “Catholicman” for a 30-day free trial of keeping... Support this podcast
Keith and Tommy sit down with Pat Flynn of Fiddlehead to discuss growing up in New England, discovering the scene, the history of Have Heart, touring the world, their initial breakup, the formation of Fiddlehead, their 2021 LP Between the Richness, Pat's family history that influenced the record, leaning on the creative process to get through the toughest times, life outside music as a teacher and more.
It's episode 300!! I'm sharing my top 3 reflections of having a podcast (and a business) over the past 7 years. Hear stories about staying inspired, how to remain consistent, why just starting is the hardest, and all about the magic of trying new things. Thank you to YOU for tuning in, for sharing JSYJ with others, and for bringing joy into the world. I am sending you love, and wishes for comfort and joy. Over the past 300 episodes, I've had some learnings and find myself reflecting on them. Here's what I know to be true: 1. Just start. Whatever it is that you're longing to do, take that first baby step. The first step is always the hardest, and it's often the thing that keeps us from moving towards our purpose and our dreams. Recognize that it's likely fear that's holding you back, and that fear just wants to keep you safe. That doesn't always serve you, or your dreams. And, if you're already doing "the thing," you might find yourself dragging your feet to take future steps. Sometimes I dread editing my own show, but once I sit down, open the editing software, and get starting I love it, just like I always do. Procrastination is a dream killer. Get your momentum going by just starting. 2. Consistency. Consistency is about more than posting on a regular schedule. It's about the timing, about what you share, about the core of your message, it's about alignment between yourself and your business. It's also about showing up for yourself, and for your audience (or your customer, because consistency plays a role in product based businesses too), so they know when and where to find you. When I started I took the advice of Pat Flynn about remaining consistent with my podcast. In this episode, I also share a story about meeting Lewis Howes, and how that impacted my first year of podcasting. Consistency becomes easier when you're aligned across the board with what you love, what you do, what you talk about, and what feels right for your and your business or show. 3. Try New Things (or, living out "Well Planned, Loosely Held") When I started my show, and made the commitment to try it out for a whole year before making a decision on if I wanted to continue, my fried Christine Petty asked me the beautiful question of "imagine what is possible when you say yes to something for a year?" Her words have continued to inspire me, as they speak to the never ending possibilities that are out there when you say yes to your dreams. "Going off script" is another part of trying new things, and something that Andrea Scher shared about in episode 299. In her brand new book, "Wonder Seeker," Andrea talks about the idea of trying something brand new, and out of the ordinary and seeing what happens. In playing with my format for this show over the past 7 years, I have literally learned to go off script. I started with writing every solo episode out in its entirety. I no longer do this. In your show, or your blog, business, or life - find ways to keep things fresh. You can always keep with the core idea, and try on new "seasons," which offer a different way to look at a topic you've stuck with for a long time. Thank you all for tuning in! I have such deep appreciation for you, and wish you so much love, comfort, and joy. Resources: Pat Flynn's Smart Passive Income Lewis Howes' School of Greatness Podcast Matthew Wood on Jump Start Your Joy Amy Bernhardt of Mimi's Little Loveys on Jump Start Your Joy The Way of Integrity by Martha Beck The Desire Map by Danielle LaPorte Free Her Spirit Podcast by Christine Petty Andrea Scher on Jump Start Your Joy Wonder Seeker by Andrea Scher
You can watch a video or read a blog post about how to make money online and think, well, that looks easy.But you're almost never getting the whole picture.What you see in those videos and blog posts is a snapshot, usually of all the things that went right, not everything that went wrong before it started to get better.You won't see all of the potential hazards and challenges that come with those business models because you're not being given the full breadth of the real-world experience of running that business and what it took to make it a success.So today, I'm talking to online business's self-labeled Crash Test Dummy, Pat Flynn.Pat has tested out so many different ways to make money online, and he's going to let me pick his brain and do a deep dive about what worked, what flopped, and how profitable they really were.Pat Flynn is a father, husband, and entrepreneur who lives and works in San Diego, CA. He owns several successful online businesses and is a professional blogger, keynote speaker, Wall Street Journal bestselling author, and host of the Smart Passive Income and AskPat podcasts, which have earned a combined total of over 65 million downloads, multiple awards, and features in publications such as The New York Times and Forbes. He is also an advisor to ConvertKit, LeadPages, Teachable, and other companies in the digital marketing arena.Listen to the full episode to hear:Why asking what model you should start with is the wrong question, and the questions you should be asking insteadHow his audience informed Pat's initial venture into online businessWhy you should think of affiliate marketing and sponsorships as providing a service to your audienceHow books and speaking can support your brand and create incomeThe business models that have the highest ROI and profit margins for PatLearn more about Pat:Smart Passive IncomeSmart Passive Income PodcastAsk Pat PodcastInstagram: @PatFlynnTwitter: @PatFlynnWill It Fly? How to test your next business idea so you don't waste your time and moneyLearn more about Gillian:Startup SocietyGet on the waitlist for VALIDATEProfit Planning ChallengeGet in touch!
What are some great Marian books? What are the errors regarding True Devotion to Mary? Why Mary will bring us closer to Jesus. Let's discuss! http://www.patreon.com/thecatholicmanshow (Become a Patron! Over 40 interviews, a course with Karlo Broussard, a 10 part series on the domestic church, a course on fitness and virtue by Pat Flynn, and free thank you gifts for supporting the show!) https://selectinternationaltours.com/catholicmanshow/ () Travel to Italy, the Holy Land, Scotland, or Europe. Take a Catholic pilgrimage cruise or mix in Faith and Food or Faith and Fitness. No matter where you travel with Select, you will be embraced by faith. All our trips feature daily mass, unparalleled access to sacred sites, local guides that speak your language, and excellent accommodations. We have been helping pilgrims put their feet in the places their faith began for over 30 years. We want to help YOU experience the fun and faith-enriching power of pilgrimage. https://selectinternationaltours.com/catholicmanshow/ (Click here) About our drink: https://drinkannapolis.ca/collections/all (Annapolis Hard Cider) Annapolis Hard Cider sent us several different ciders to try. They were all delicious and worth having. A great compliment to your holiday dinners. Check them out! Thank you, Annapolis Cider, for sending us some of your delicious ciders About our gear: Top Marian books for Adam: True Devotion to Mary Hail, Holy Queen Echo of God 33 days to Morning Glory Champions of the Rosary Behold your Mother About the Topic: A true devotion is defined as a "promptness of the will in the service of God" - Aquinas Errors of a True Devotion: 1. In wishing to go to our Lord without passing through Mary. Some Catholics do not see clearly enough how expedient it is to have recourse to the Blessed Virgin in order to enter the intimacy of Christ. 2. They fear that devotion toward her is abused and that injury is done to our Lord by paying excessive honor to BVM. 3. Seems to consider Mary a hindrance in reaching divine union, whereas all her influence is exercised in order to lead us to it. "To neglect the mediators whom God has given us because of our weakness, shows a lack of humility. Intimacy with our Lord in prayer will be greatly facilitated by frequent recourse to Mary." EX: Asking Mary to help make a good examination of conscience and confession. "There are Catholics who do not see clearly enough the necessity of having recourse to Mary that they may attain to intimacy with the Savior” - Fr. RGL Degrees of the Devotion: 1. Consists in praying to the BVM from time to time, honoring her as the Mother of God, saying, for example, the Angelus with true recollection every time it rings. 2. Having more perfect sentiments of vereration, confidence, and love for Mary. Lead us to the daily recitation of at least one of the three parts of the Rosary while we meditate on the joyful, sorrowful, or glorious mysteries, which are for us the road of eternal life. Page 27 in Secrets of the Rosary on why the rosary is more efficacious than reading the psalms. 3. True devotion to Mary, that proper to proficients, consists in consecrating oneself entirely to our Lord through her. "This devotion consists in giving oneself entirely to the BVM in order to belong entirely to Jesus Christ through her." CCC 964: Mary's role in the Church is inseparable from her union with Christ and flows directly from it. "This union of the mother with the Son in the work of salvation is made manifest from the time of Christ's virginal conception up to his death";504 it is made manifest above all at the hour of his Passion Fruits of the Devotion: St. Louis de Montfort says that this road to God is easier, and nevertheless more meritorious, and consequently a more perfect, short, and sure road. “But thanks to Saint Louis-Marie Grignion de Montfort,” he wrote in 2004 in the Letter... Support this podcast
We've all heard the quote, If one person can do something, anyone can learn to do it. It might be a helpful belief, but that doesn't make it objectively true. Especially when it comes to marketing. I had a client ask me if she should focus on Instagram, because a friend of hers grew a following of 100k in just 6 months. Of course it turns out their friend is a massive extrovert with a huge personality who loves social media. Once we identified that, it became clear that my client didn't have those attributes that contributed to that success. What does this have to do with the 80/20 Principle? Everything. Do you know Perry Marshall? He's the author of 80/20 Sales & Marketing, one of my favorite marketing books of all time. He points out that the 80/20 principle isn't just a handy rule of thumb for economics, or a way to use our time better. The 80/20 principle is a universal law of cause and effect. The vast majority of actions don't produce much in the way of results. Some might even backfire. A few actions get huge results. And that makes people *really* uncomfortable. The 80/20 principle messes with our perception of fairness at a very deep level. There is nothing equitable or fair about the 80/20 principle. It doesn't care who you are, it doesn't care how much effort you put in, it doesn't care how much you want it. Especially when it comes to marketing. On my podcast Real Estate Uncensored, we're coming up on 700 episodes and 2 million downloads. Would we get that if we launched the same exact podcast today? Maybe, maybe not. We got in and built an audience when the podcast space in real estate was still relatively uncrowded. We also got a huge boost from YouTube that would be hard to reproduce in the same way today. On the other hand, there are podcasters who've put out far less content on their podcast and have millions upon millions of downloads. Is that fair? Maybe not, but that's the 80/20 principle in action. Their actions produced a completely different level of results. In marketing and in life, there's no guarantee that just because we put in the same level of effort as someone else, or model their success and do the same things they did, that we'll achieve the same level of success. The 80/20 principle tells us that out of 100 actions, maybe 20 will produce measurable results, and only 5 of those actions will produce huge results. Over time, you'll tend to see this in your content, where a few podcast episodes go gangbusters and get tons of downloads for unexplainable reasons. You'll notice this in your guest appearances on other podcasts. One will just hit the right audience at the right time and you'll get a ton of leads and sales. Like one of our clients, who went on Pat Flynn's podcast and Entrepreneurs on Fire in the same year. The Pat Flynn episode went gangbusters and ended up making her 6 figures in revenue. EoFire did absolutely nothing. So when it comes to starting a marketing platform like a podcast, you need other metrics of success other than how many views and downloads you get. And I'm preaching to the choir here, too. I deal with this just as much as anyone, even though I choose smaller target markets and don't need millions of views. To get to where you can leverage the 80/20 principle to get better results, you have to go through the period of throwing a bunch of stuff against the wall to see what sticks. One of our clients, Lars Hedenborg, said something really fantastic when he first signed up. He said, I'm committed to this and I don't expect to get good at this for at least 100 episodes. That's a great way to look at it because it takes the pressure off and gets you into action. But it also just acknowledges the reality of the 80/20 principle. We don't know in advance which actions...
How to engage in facebook groups and learn the 5 different types of content w/ / Brian Lofrumento! #ArneGiske #CommunityandConversions The Community & Conversions Show aims to inspire people to live the life they want to live, via entrepreneurship. Arne's mission is to inspire, empower, and educate the next generation of business leaders through the power of storytelling and teaching through online courses. Wanna monetize your audience? Check out Groupsforprofit.com/ebook
Knowledge is mostly gained through experience. But for some, they acquire it from someone else's years of experience — through reading their books! In this episode, hosts Kevin Palmieri and Alan Lazaros share the 5 books they've read and recommend you MUST read as well. Listen in and learn what those books are and then some. Imagine what your life would be like if you read these books and apply the lessons in your life.What are you waiting for? Grab this FREE COURSE now! https://next-level-university-courses.teachable.com/p/what-it-takes-to-get-to-the-next-levelGroup coaching details: https://nextleveluniverse.com/group-coaching/We love connecting with you guys! Reach out on LinkedIn, Instagram, or via emailWebsite
Are you curious about all the things that go into writing a book and pouring your heart onto the page? In this episode, I get cozy with my friend and personal book coach, Azul Terronez, host of the top writing podcast Authors Who Lead™. We're having another behind-the-scenes conversation about my book writing process (and Azuls' process too). You can listen to part one of our conversation here at jadahsellner.com/156 and part two at jadahsellner.com/179 to get caught up. Azul helps authors, entrepreneurs and leaders write and publish books that people love, so they can reach more people, grow their brand, and share their message in an authentic way. He's been called a book whisperer. Azul walks his talk because his TEDx talk “What Makes a Good Teacher Great” has been viewed over 2.7 million times. Azul's clients have included Wall Street Bestseller, Pat Flynn from the Smart Passive Income Podcast, Jadah Sellner co-founder Simple Green Smoothies (that's me!) and Dana Malstaff the founder of Boss-mom. What you'll hear (and don't want to miss!): :: Azul's journey of writing a book and coming up with the BE W.I.L.D. framework :: Why it's key to give yourself the time and space to allow the pages of your writing to rest and breathe :: Azul's tips for finding the right core message to teach the reader of your book :: Why we write as if we're proving something to someone and learning a different way to approach writing a book :: What is really holding authors and would be authors back from writing a great book that impacts others :: The single biggest mistake the Azul sees authors making today You can find the full show notes from this episode over at jadahsellner.com/185
On this episode of The Leadership Locker, Rich talks about what may be holding you back from achieving your goals, including tips from former guests Pat Flynn and Brock Johnson. ----- https://castbox.fm/episode/10.-Why-SUPERFANS-are-More-Important-than-Followers-and-Likes-with-Pat-Flynn-id3669150-id341279201?country=us (The Leadership Locker | Episode 10 | Why Superfans are More Important Than Followers and Likes with Pat Flynn) https://richcardonamedia.com/captivate_podcast/182-why-you-should-be-making-instagram-reels-with-brock-johnson/ (The Leadership Locker | Episode 182 | Why You Should be Making Instagram Reels with Brock Johnson) ----- https://richcardonamedia.com/personal-branding/ (Personal Branding | Rich Cardona Media) ----- Connect with Rich: http://www.rich-cardona-media-2.local/ (Website) https://www.linkedin.com/in/richcardona/ (LinkedIn) https://www.instagram.com/richcardona_/ (Instagram) https://www.facebook.com/richcardonamedia/ (Facebook) https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCBEz_sleZ4_PtqTwmMIj7Fw (YouTube) ----- https://rocketstation.com/ (Rocket Station) firstname.lastname@example.org
There are great virtues that can be developed through sports. However, if not properly ordered, it can cause a breakdown in the domestic church. Our guest, David Dean, Superintendent of Catholic Schools for the http://www.dioceseoftulsa.org (Diocese of Tulsa and Eastern Oklahoma), joins us to talk about this and his time in the Humanities program at KU with John Senior. http://www.patreon.com/thecatholicmanshow (Become a Patron! Over 40 interviews, a course with Karlo Broussard, a 10 part series on the domestic church, a course on fitness and virtue by Pat Flynn, and free thank you gifts for supporting the show!) https://selectinternationaltours.com/catholicmanshow/ () Travel to Italy, the Holy Land, Scotland, or Europe. Take a Catholic pilgrimage cruise or mix in Faith and Food or Faith and Fitness. No matter where you travel with Select, you will be embraced by faith. All our trips feature daily mass, unparalleled access to sacred sites, local guides that speak your language, and excellent accommodations. We have been helping pilgrims put their feet in the places their faith began for over 30 years. We want to help YOU experience the fun and faith-enriching power of pilgrimage. https://selectinternationaltours.com/catholicmanshow/ (Click here) About our drink: Hunt down a grill and gather your ancestors, because the Ardbeg BBQ Smoker is bringing the everyday cookout into a new age! This gift pack includes one BBQ Smoker and one bottle of Ardbeg An Oa – the perfect spirit for sippin' and tearin'. Small but mighty, the smoker lets you surround your food with smoke in just a few easy steps. Simply fill the puck with wood chips, lay it at the back of your grill, wait until your BBQ is sufficiently smoky, place your food around the puck, smoke it out some more, and voilà! Once your food is smoked, cooked, and practically falling off the bone, all that's left to do is plate up and pair with a delectably smooth dram of Ardbeg An Oa. ARDBEG AN OA Ardbeg An Oa's rounded and subtly smoky aromas make it the prime spirit for toasting by the BBQ. With notes of thick cigar smoke, roasted tea leaves and grilled artichokes, this whisky is the perfectly peaty dance partner for your smoky culinary creations. ABV: 46.6% About our gear: N/A About the Topic: How long have we been playing sports? What are the benefits of sports in a child's development and growth in virtue? What is the end of sports for most people? What do you need to be aware of as a Catholic dad when getting your kids into sports? How will it affect the family? We discuss this and much more with David Dean, Superintendent of Catholic Schools for the Diocese of Tulsa and Eastern Oklahoma. CONGRATULATIONS TO The Catholic Woodworker FOR OPENING UP A NEW OFFICE BUILDING! WE ARE GRATEFUL FOR YOUR SUPPORT AND INCREDIBLY HAPPY FOR YOUR CONTINUED SUCCESS: Use promo code TCMS10 for 10% off all purchases. https://catholicwoodworker.com/collections/discount-rosaries () [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bayDWj5nyZ8] TIME CODES: If this is your first time listening to The Catholic Man Show, we do 3 things almost every episode:1.) Open, review, and enjoy a man beverage – Minutes 1-12.2.) Highlight a man gear – Minutes 12-24.3.) Have a manly conversation – Minutes 24-48If you haven't listened to The Catholic Man Show before, check out our previous episodes https://thecatholicmanshow.com/episodes/ (here). Subscribe to our https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC5MhmMZZhEnrapVYUIkFHLg?view_as=subscriber ( YouTube channel) to watch past episodes. Want to help The Catholic Man Show? By giving us a rating on https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-catholic-man-show/id1128843873?mt=2 (iTunes, it helps others find the show.) Want to say up with The Catholic Man Show? Sign up for our mailing list: http://www.thecatholicmanshow.com/manly (Click Here) Looking for a prayer to pray with your wife?... Support this podcast
My Entrepreneurial Growth w/ Brian Lofrumento! #ArneGiske #CommunityandConversions The Community & Conversions Show aims to inspire people to live the life they want to live, via entrepreneurship. Arne's mission is to inspire, empower, and educate the next generation of business leaders through the power of storytelling and teaching through online courses. Wanna grow & monetize your audience? Check out Groupsforprofit.com/challenge
In this episode, we'll go into defining your unique superpower area and ideal client. Not all clients are created equal so we'll discuss how to pick the 'just right' client. To help you with this process I have an ideal client questionnaire: https://kristamollion.com/idealclient If you like this topic, I invite you to also check out episode #27 Crappy Clients: https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/26b0e000-d175-45fc-8e9b-6ed17f2cf680/episodes/2f740a7f-f35c-4d4d-a00e-84a80b4498e8/take-back-mondays-27---crappy-clients-how-to-avoid-them-and-attract-amazing-clients-into-your-business I'd also highly recommend these two books to help you build your audience: Super Fans by Pat Flynn - https://amzn.to/3H1bH34 (affiliate link) Ask by Ryan Levesque - https://amzn.to/3wsrlQr (affiliate link) Lastly, to help you define your superpowers, take the quiz: https://kristamollion.com/superpowers-quiz Wishing you a ton of amazing clients!
St. Francis de Sales wrote a book called "https://www.amazon.com/Secret-Sanctity-Saint-Francis-Sales/dp/1785167863 (The Secret of Sanctity)" and in it, he provides 18 rules to life. We discuss them on this week's episode. http://www.patreon.com/thecatholicmanshow (Become a Patron! Over 40 interviews, a course with Karlo Broussard, a 10 part series on the domestic church, a course on fitness and virtue by Pat Flynn, and free thank you gifts for supporting the show!) https://selectinternationaltours.com/catholicmanshow/ () Travel to Italy, the Holy Land, Scotland, or Europe. Take a Catholic pilgrimage cruise or mix in Faith and Food or Faith and Fitness. No matter where you travel with Select, you will be embraced by faith. All our trips feature daily mass, unparalleled access to sacred sites, local guides that speak your language, and excellent accommodations. We have been helping pilgrims put their feet in the places their faith began for over 30 years. We want to help YOU experience the fun and faith-enriching power of pilgrimage. https://selectinternationaltours.com/catholicmanshow/ (Click here) About our drink: https://www.compassboxwhisky.com/whiskies/the-peat-monster (Compass Box Peat Monster) - New batches of the Peat Monster boast a spectrum of powerful coastal flavours, combining the smokiness of a driftwood fire with more medicinal peat notes. Orchard fruits and rich cask-derived creaminess balance the multi-layered smoke. It is a new peaty landscape, as the Painting Label shows. About our gear: https://www.amazon.com/Secret-Sanctity-Saint-Francis-Sales/dp/1785167863 (The Secret of Sanctity) - OUR GREAT HAPPINESS as Christians is to possess, in this world, through grace and love, Him Who deigns to be our beatitude for all eternity; and our greatest misfortune, after sin, is not to know or to recognize this secret of eternal charity. God would have us holy even as He is holy; He would have us live His very life. It is for this end that He has given us His divine Son, and with Him the infinite riches of His heart; that is. His merits. His sacraments, His Church. Sanctity consists in believing and receiving these divine communications, of which Jesus Christ is the source, the instrument, and the end; consequently, it also consists in uniting ourselves with Him by loving Him, and in modelling ourselves upon Him by imitating Him; it can and ought to pervade every life, the busiest as well as the simplest. About the Topic: St. Francis de Sales gives 18 "rules of life" in his book The Secret of Sanctity. Some you would be able to guess, others you might not. We talk about them in this week's episode. CONGRATULATIONS TO The Catholic Woodworker FOR OPENING UP A NEW OFFICE BUILDING! WE ARE GRATEFUL FOR YOUR SUPPORT AND INCREDIBLY HAPPY FOR YOUR CONTINUED SUCCESS: Use promo code TCMS10 for 10% off all purchases. https://catholicwoodworker.com/collections/discount-rosaries () [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AjD-rbk5cqI] TIME CODES: If this is your first time listening to The Catholic Man Show, we do 3 things almost every episode:1.) Open, review, and enjoy a man beverage – Minutes 1-12.2.) Highlight a man gear – Minutes 12-24.3.) Have a manly conversation – Minutes 24-48If you haven't listened to The Catholic Man Show before, check out our previous episodes https://thecatholicmanshow.com/episodes/ (here). Subscribe to our https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC5MhmMZZhEnrapVYUIkFHLg?view_as=subscriber ( YouTube channel) to watch past episodes. Want to help The Catholic Man Show? By giving us a rating on https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-catholic-man-show/id1128843873?mt=2 (iTunes, it helps others find the show.) Want to say up with The Catholic Man Show? Sign up for our mailing list: http://www.thecatholicmanshow.com/manly (Click Here) Looking for a prayer to pray with your wife?... Support this podcast
Get ready for some down-to-earth, practical advice from power podcaster Pat Flynn on this week's episode of Guy Kawasaki's Remarkable People podcast! Pat Flynn is a father, husband, and entrepreneur who lives and works in San Diego, CA. He owns several successful online businesses and is a professional blogger, keynote speaker, Wall Street Journal bestselling author, and host of the Smart Passive Income and AskPat podcasts, which have earned a combined total of over 70 million downloads, multiple awards, and featured in publications such as The New York Times and Forbes. He is also an advisor to ConvertKit, LeadPages, Teachable, and other companies in the digital marketing arena.
On this weeks Atlantic Tales, Pat Flynn chats to members of the Shannon Archaeological and Historical Society, which is one of the oldest organisations within the modern town of Shannon. It was founded in 1976 by a group of people interested in exploring the history, archaeology and folklore of the area around Shannon Town and the wider County of Clare
Have you ever felt guilty for being multi-passionate or being a jack of all trades? If so, then stop right there, this episode is for you! In today's interview, I sit down with the author of the amazing book “How to Be Better at Almost Everything” Pat Flynn and we discuss the advantages of “skill stacking” and discuss why it's BETTER to be a GENERALIST than an EXPERT. Find Pat online! www.chroniclesofstrength.com Grab your copy of “How to Be Better at Almost Everything” here!
On Thursday's Morning Focus, Pat Flynn was joined by Saoirse Exton, a 16 year old from O'Briensbridge who has recently been chosen as the only Irish recipient of a global talent programme. Picture © Pixabay
United Airlines announced yesterday that it's to resume its Shannon to Newark service in March of next year. It came on the same day that Aer Lingus confirmed restoration of its transatlantic and Heathrow routes at Shannon Airport from 2022. On Thursday's Morning Focus, Pat Flynn was joined by Mary Considine, CEO of Shannon Group and Sean Lally, Chair of the Clare Tourism Advisory Forum and owner of Woodstock Hotel in Ennis. Image (c) Pat Flynn
On Thursday's Morning Focus, Pat Flynn was joined by Ballyvaughan based poet and writer Karen J McDonnell. Karen J McDonnell has been shortlisted for the Irish Poem of the Year in this year's An Post Irish Book Awards. Her poem Driftwood is one of four poems on the shortlist, which is open to a public vote. Photo (c) cromaconceptovisual from pixabay via Canva
There are concerns some primary schools will have to send students home due to the shortage of substitute teachers. The Irish Primary Principals Network says more teachers are absent than usual due to Covid-19. The Department of Education has directed schools not to use Special Education Teachers as subs, and to instead contact their local substitute panel. But schools are regularly unable to get a sub as the panels are oversubscribed. On Thursday's Morning Focus, Pat Flynn was joined by Donal O'Hanafan, Principal Gaelscoil Mhichil Ciosoig and Aidan Looney, Principal, St. Joseph's National School Miltown Malbay. Photo (c) Katerina Holmes from Pexels via Canva
In this episode, we follow multimedia journalist Natalia Aldana, organizer and artist Aisha White, podcaster and indie creator Jay Clouse, and we hear from marketing legend Joe Pulizzi as they (and me, Jay Acunzo) learn to navigate how these maker monsters attempt to take hostage their (and our) sense of self worth. So many of us conflate our professional success with personal worth, so what happens when we don't believe in ourselves or we are paralyzed by potential rejection? And how can we all keep fighting back and overcome our own maker monsters? SHARE THE SHOW:Help others find Unthinkable in their favorite podcast player by sharing this link: https://pod.link/jaySUBSCRIBE TO THE NEWSLETTER:https://jayacunzo.com/newsletterWeekly stories and frameworks about how to create more resonant work. Join thousands of subscribers, from entrepreneurs, freelancers, and independent creators, to marketers and leaders at brands like Adobe, Red Bull, Shopify, Salesforce, the BBC, Wistia, HubSpot, Drift, ProfitWell, a16z, and the New York Times.VOICES IN THIS EPISODE:Natalia Aldana is a multimedia journalist and international news editor. She is an audio producer for Al Jazeera's podcast, The Take after working for The Ezra Klein Show and Recode Decade. She reports on stories around crime and justice, immigration, politics and music. Aisha White is a cultural organizer, artist, and researcher focused on community building and social impact. Her personal work is built around public health and fellowship. Joe Pulizzi is an entrepreneur and marketing speaker and entrepreneur. Joe has founded multiple startups including The Tilt and is the author of several books including the best-selling Content Inc. Jay Clouse hosts the podcast Creative Elements and builds projects to serve fellow creators. He's also the head of community at Smart Passive Income with Pat Flynn.SPONSOR: THE JUICEDiscover the world's best and brightest thinking and resources for sales and marketing pros on The Juice. They're like the Spotify of B2B, with content playlists and suggestions based on your job title and level. Avoid the endless lead-gen forms, skip all the system-gamers found via Google searches, and browse the most useful and transformative ideas affecting your work, for free.Learn more at https://thejuicehq.comCONNECT WITH US ELSEWHERE:- Twitter: https://twitter.com/jayacunzo and https://twitter.com/UnthinkableShow- Instagram: https://instagram.com/jacunzo- LinkedIn: https://linkedin.com/in/jayacunzo- Email: email@example.comPRODUCTION:- Creator, host, writer, and editor: Jay Acunzo - https://jayacunzo.com- Producer and researcher: Ilana Nevins - https://www.ilananevins.comABOUT THE SHOW:Unthinkable is a storytelling podcast about creative people who break from conventional thinking to make what matters most. We're traveling the business world to learn how to create work that resonates — with powerful stories from makers, marketers, and leaders like the CEOs of Zoom and Patreon, execs from Adobe and Disney, and creators like writer Tim Urban, comedian Sarah Cooper, and photographer Chase Jarvis. From artisans to entrepreneurs, writers, designers, podcasters, video creators, and all the weird and wonderful nooks of the working world, we're meeting inspiring people to learn what we can do to resonate more deeply with the work we create.Listeners have called the show “This American Life for my work” with stories “as captivating as some of the best, like Malcolm Gladwell and Dan Carlin.”Thanks for listening and supporting Unthinkable!
Thursday is the New Friday Joe Sanok, PracticeOfThePractice.com – The Sharkpreneur podcast with Seth Greene Episode 714 Joe Sanok In 2012 Joe Sanok launched Practice of the Practice to blog about what he was learning about business, marketing, and private practice. Since then, his income has gone up over 2,000%. In the beginning, he was making around $1000 per month. In 2015, he grossed over $200k! In 2019, Joe sold his private practice. He is a keynote and TEDx speaker, business consultant, and podcaster. He has the #1 podcast for counselors, The Practice of the Practice Podcast. With interviews with Pat Flynn, John Lee Dumas, and Lewis Howes. Joe is also a writer for PsychCentral, and has been featured on the Huffington Post, Forbes, GOOD Magazine, Reader's Digest, Entrepreneur on Fire, and Yahoo News. He is the author of five books and have been named a top Therapist Resource for his podcast, blogging, and consultant services. Listen to this illuminating Sharkpreneur episode with Joe Sanok about how Thursday is the new Friday. Here are some of the beneficial topics covered on this week's show: ● How people who are working fewer hours are actually getting more done. ● Why starting a podcast can help you learn and become an expert in an area. ● How podcasting gives you access to realty talented people and their smart ideas. ● Why having less time allows people to accomplish what is important and outsource or get rid of the rest. ● How the four-day work week can be more beneficial than a five-day work week. Connect with Joe: Guest Contact Info Twitter @JoeSanok Instagram @practiceofthepractice Facebook facebook.com/josephsanok Links Mentioned: practiceofthepractice.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Hello my beautiful friends, welcome back to another episode of the podcast. This week I'm going to be talking about how to make money with affiliate marketing. We will be diving into how affiliate marketing works, the benefits of affiliate marketing, how to decide which programs to be an affiliate for, how to organize your affiliate links, and finally sharing some final notes on best practices when it comes to affiliate marketing. This episode will only scratch the surface of everything you can possibly do with affiliate marketing, but I want this to serve as a starting point for anyone who wants to start using affiliate marketing in their business or wants to better utilize it. For the purpose of this episode, we're discussing how affiliate marketing works when you are an affiliate of someone else's product, course, or software tool.Webster's online dictionary defines ‘Affiliate Marketing' as: “A marketing arrangement by which an online retailer pays a commission to an external website for traffic or sales generated from its referrals.”So rather than a company paying for ads to market their product or service, you, as an individual become the marketing ‘arm' and because you market their product, you are compensated. When I first started using affiliate marketing it felt ‘icky'. But once I realized that the company may not have made that sale without my recommendation, it became a lot more natural for me to utilize affiliate marketing for my benefit and as long as it is a tool, program, software, etc., that I use and personally believe in. I eventually realized it doesn't need to feel ‘icky' at all.Something thing to keep in mind about affiliate marketing is that it can really be a passive form of income. You don't need to create the product, you just need to believe in it and recommend it to those you feel would benefit from it, especially when it can fill a gap for your audience. Products or services that you know, like and trust, and you feel aligns with your audience; these are the ones you want to market.One of the biggest recommendations I have when it comes to affiliate marketing is that you always want to make sure you are aligned with the offer or product and that you're excited about sharing it and authentic when doing so. Another recommendation I have is to always disclose that you are using affiliate links. It is a good thing to be upfront about them, and in some cases/ locations you're legally required to do so.Tips for Getting OrganizedCreate a Google Sheet (easy!) for all of the affiliate programs you are already signed up for or a part ofMake columns for the name of the company, product/ service name, your login information, the unique URL that you're given that is specific to you, and any redirect you've created for this URL for your own website. (For example, I am an affiliate of Podia. My affiliate URL for Podia includes a long line of numbers and letters that is impossible to remember. So I created a redirect on my Squarespace website to make it easier for my audience to find what they are looking for, and easier for me to remember. So if you go to www.shediditherway.com/podia it will redirect you to my affiliate link.)There are so many ways to keep your affiliate links and information organized and this is just the tip of the iceberg. I also recommend creating a resource page on your website, keeping all of your recommended resources, with affiliate links, in one place on your website making it easy to find. Additionally you can create individual blog posts, highlighting each of them, digging deeper into why you recommend them. If you really want to exercise affiliate marketing and get into it, you need to make sure you're driving leads or eyeballs to those pages so that people are clicking on those links and purchasing as well. Another thing to consider is not to piggyback too many affiliate offers (unless that is your sole business) one after another. If you tend to recommend products or services back to back too frequently it becomes too much for your audience. I would rather recommend my top three programs that are really strategic and intentional, that I can focus my time and energy on when it comes to launching and marketing those programs rather than trying to do a bunch of different ones.I don't think there's a right or wrong way to go about this. This is just more of my personal experience with affiliate marketing. When it comes to affiliate programs that I've been part of it takes work. It's more than just throwing up a landing page and telling people about it once. You have to market the program or product. Until next time, keep doing it your way. Insights:“So rather than a company paying for ads to market their product or service, you, as an individual become the marketing ‘arm' and because you market their product, you are compensated.”“Something thing to keep in mind about affiliate marketing is that it can really be a passive form of income.”“I would rather recommend my top three programs that are really strategic and intentional, that I can focus my time and energy on when it comes to launching and marketing those programs rather than trying to do a bunch of different ones.” Resources:Visit Pat Flynn's WebsiteCheck out one of Pat Flynn's Podcasts
If you put in the time and effort to help your followers take the journey to become superfans, they'll do your marketing for you. Pat Flynn, YouTuber and author of Superfans, says there's a framework to building superfans, but we lose sight of it because of funnels and automations. We miss out on moments when we can make people feel heard, like they're being paid attention to. Pat believes in a different way of growing a fan base. In just 9 months, his YouTube channel, Deep Pocket Monster, already had 80k subscribers and was bringing in $7k in revenue a month. Pat would rather have 100 superfans than thousands of subscribers—but he has both. Listen in as Pat chats with Mark de Grasse about how to make deep connections with your audience in your own unique way. IN THIS EPISODE YOU'LL LEARN: How to get into a new space and make a marketing map Pat's video-posting formula for people just getting started on YouTube Why Pat thinks every entrepreneur needs a podcast How to spin negative comments into wins—for you and your fans LINKS AND RESOURCES MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE: Smart Passive Income Superfans (Pat's book) Deep Pocket Monster on YouTube @patflynn on IG @patflynn on Twitter Atomic Habits (book by James Clear) The Coaching Habit (book by Michael Bungay Stanier) OUR PARTNERS: Join us for Scalable Impact Live in Austin, TX on November 2-3, 2021. Find out your Leadership Trust Score at Ready to Lead. Thanks so much for joining us this week. Want to subscribe to The DigitalMarketer Podcast? Have some feedback you'd like to share? Connect with us on Apple Podcasts and leave us a review!
Pat Flynn and Dan Share share training strategies for passing the infamous 100 rep snatch test, and why you should strive to achieve this even if you aren't getting "kettlebell certified." For 101 FREE Kettlebell workouts visit http://www.101kettlebellworkouts.com
Pat Flynn shares one of his newest "fitness mad-scientist" creations: The 21 Minute Kettlebell (Warrior) Workout = a total body conditioning complexes that integrates both single and double kettlebell combinations. Check it out! Get access to the free kettlebell workouts here: https://www.chroniclesofstrength.com/challengeworkouts
Joe Sanok joins us to share his knowledge about brain optimization and how it may help small business owners develop and scale without becoming burnt out. Stay tuned in and find out the valuable techniques that will transform your personal and business life.Key Takeaways To Listen ForThe importance of knowing what you're good atHow working hours have evolved over timeHow to be highly efficient and increase productivity at workAligning your core values with your schedules Steps to improve work-life balance 3 internal inclinations of a top performerResources Mentioned In This EpisodeThursday is the New Friday$0-$100K Free Masterclass and WebinarAbout Joe Sanok Joe Sanok is a keynote and TEDx speaker, business consultant, and podcaster. Joe has the #1 podcast for counselors, The Practice of the Practice Podcast with interviews with Pat Flynn, John Lee Dumas, and Lewis Howes. Joe is a rising star in the speaking world!He is also a writer for PsychCentral that has been featured on The Huffington Post, Forbes, GOOD Magazine, Reader's Digest, Entrepreneur on Fire, and Yahoo News. He is the author of five books and has been named the Therapist Resource top podcast, consultant, and blogger.Connect with JoeWebsite: Practice of the PracticePodcast: The Practice of the Practice; Thursday is the New FridayInstagram: @practiceofthepracticeYoutube: Practice of the PracticeTo Connect With UsPlease visit our website: www.bonavestcapital.com and please click here, to leave a rating and review!SponsorThinking About Creating and Growing Your Own Podcast But Not Sure Where To Start?Visit GrowYourShow.com and Schedule a call with Adam A. Adams
Enjoy another awesome episode from the Traffic Secrets book launch podcast. Want your Dream influencers to start promoting you, your business, and your products? It took Russell a decade of relationship building to get some of his biggest influencers. But now he's figured out the FORMULA. You'll learn... Why building a platform is the BEST way to infiltrate your Dream 100. How to choose what TYPE of platform you should build. Why you should publish NEW CONTENT every single day for an entire year. Listen in to learn more! Also, go get your FREE copy of Traffic Secrets here! Hit me up on IG! @russellbrunson Text Me! 208-231-3797 Join my newsletter at marketingsecrets.com ClubHouseWithRussell.com ---Transcript--- Hey everybody, this is Russell. Welcome back to our fun hangout time in quarantine, every single day. I am trying to set up, I'm sitting in a different spot, so I can actually sit in a chair today, because the last two weeks I've been sitting on the floor and my legs are burning. So we're hanging out a little differently. Hopefully this still works and you guys can all hear me. And right now, we are live on Facebook and Instagram, and I'm excited to be hanging out with you guys today. So, it is Friday. We are a couple of weeks into this whole crazy quarantine now. I think I told you guys, Boise officially got locked down a couple of days ago, which is good for you guys. Means we all get to hang out more often here, and we're going to start sharing more things from the books. And I'm curious, how many guys have had a chance to listen to the entire audiobook? I know that the new Traffic Secrets book doesn't actually ship until May fifth, but the audio book is available. I sat in a theater, or studio actually, for seven days. It took me three days to read the Traffic Secrets book, two days to read the DotCom Secrets, and two days read the Expert Secrets book. I got audiobooks done of all three of the new updated versions, but curious how many guys actually had a chance to listen to the whole thing? I know a bunch of guys were like, "I'm going to buy it. I'm going to get the audio book, and I'm going to listen to the whole thing before tomorrow." So hopefully a bunch of you guys had a chance to listen to it, which would be really fun. So, all right, Chris Baden said, "Me." All right, so, good. If not, it's time to... What are you guys doing? We're sitting around doing nothing anyway. Might as well be listening to sharpen your saw, sharpen your mind, and getting prepared for what's coming next. So, Austin said, "Russell, BJJ or wrestling?" Come on, now. Wrestling is the greatest sport of all time, but BJJ is number two. So, it is good. All right, are you guys excited for today, I'm going to read some more of the book. In fact, we are finishing up section number one today, here inside Traffic Secrets. I'm going to open this thing up. And this is the box set, this is the trilogy. And it's funny, I sent this to Liz Benny, a picture. I'm like, "This is the trilogy." And she's like, "Russell, there's four books. A trilogy only has three." And I was like, "Crap." Well, I'm like, "This is the trilogy, and this is the workbook that goes with the trilogy. So there's four books in a trilogy." I don't know. "Trilogy" sounds cooler. So, there you go. And check this out, if you see the book... Can you guys see the box set? It's really cool. It says, "The Secrets Trilogy by Russell Brunson." On the back, it's got the Dotcom Secrets is the framework, Expert Secrets is the fire, Traffic Secrets is the fuel, and then Unlock Secrets is your playbook. And then this side is a quote, I don't know, it might be backwards for you guys. It says "You're just one funnel away," and then a quote from Garrett White says, "The life you want, the marriage you want, and the family want are going to be fueled by the businesses you build." And so that's kind of what's in the box set. All right. Let's open this up. We're going back in Traffic Secrets. We've been doing this every single day now for almost two weeks, which has been a lot of fun for me. And we're almost to the end. Today we're going to finish up talking about the first section of the book, which is going to be cool. So we've covered a lot of stuff. So section number one in the book is all about... In fact, if you look at the title, section one is called "Your Dream Customer." It's really understanding and mastering your customer. Where are they at? How do we find them? How do we get a hold of them? What are the hooks, the stories, the offers for you to grab their attention, to pull them into your world? Who's already congregated? How do we follow up with those people? All the things we've been talking about. And so, secret number seven is infiltrating the Dream 100. How do you do that? It's going to be really fun. And then next week, we're getting into section number two of the book, which is called "Fill your Funnel." This is now where we started breaking down different networks. We're going to Facebook, Instagram, Google, YouTube, podcasting, and a bunch of other ones. I'll show you guys a pattern of how we dominate all of those. But when you understand the pattern, what's cool about it is we'll give you the ability to dominate anything. Cause you can use this process to dominate TikToks, Twitch, the new platforms coming out next week. Xavier said, "Throwing my wallet on the screen." That's amazing. I love it. I love it. All right. So we're going to Dream 100. So, infiltrating your Dream 100. How do you get into those people? This is the question a lot of people have, cause I've been talking about Dream 100 pretty consistently now for a decade. I tell people, "Build your Dream 100. Go find those people. Network with them, build relationships, get them to promote you." Things like that. And it's funny, because some people hear me say that, and they don't do anything about it. That's the majority of people. Some people hear me, they build the Dream 100 and start contacting, but they never get in with them. They never ask them to do anything. They just kind of start the exercise, but they don't actually finish it. And so this is going to help you guys understand how to finish this exercise. How do you take this Dream 100, and how do you infiltrate it? How do you build relationships? How do you get in with them? So secret number seven, we're on page 104. Those who are following along in your books, which haven't been shipped yet. They ship May fifth though, so you should be getting them about a month from now. You guys should all start getting your books. If you don't have your book yet, or the audiobook, you can go get a free copy at trafficsecrets.com. You just got to cover the shipping, which is not that much money. I think it's under 10 bucks in the U.S., And a little more international. If you go to trafficsecrets.com, you can get it. There's a bunch of amazing videos and you get immediately the bonuses. Plus, the order form bump is the audiobook. So if you want to listen to it this weekend, you can go upgrade your order and get the audiobook, and you can listen to me reading this entire book to you. And yeah, so it's kind of fun. All right. So, infiltrating the Dream 100. So I want to tell you guys a story that I tell in the book. How many of you guys remember the Arsenio Hall Show? How many of you guys are old enough? I turn 40 this year. So, old enough to remember that Arsenio Hall Show. He's the late-night "Who, who." That's Arsenio Hall, right? Now, I remember when I was growing up, my parents would not let me watch the Arsenio Hall Show for whatever reason. I think it was cause it was late-night. But my friend's parents let him watch it all the time. So he'd always talk about it, and he was always doing that thing. And so, I remember he would tell me stories and I always wanted to watch it. I never did, until one night, we had a sleepover at his house and I got to watch the Arsenio Hall Show. It was so cool, because he would run out, and he does this "Who, who, who," and everyone's excited. He's interviewing people, and they're funny people. And it was just this really cool thing. And what's interesting is, I started doing... Oh, actually, this was really funny. After we saw that, that became our thing. That was Arsenio Hall's thing, but that became our thing. We were playing basketball, we'd dunk on someone. We'd play football, catch a touchdown, and like, "Who, who." It became all of our things, right? Oh, someone said that their aunt worked on the show. How cool is that? All right. So, Arsenio Hall Show, at the peak of it, in fact, in June 1992, Bill Clinton, who was running for president at the time, came on the Arsenio Hall Show, played the saxophone. He played the song Heartbreak Hotel, and many people said that one of the main... Not the main reason, but a big reason why President Clinton won the election is because the people who watched Arsenio Hall Show. They said it helped build his popularity among minority and younger voters, which is one of the main... Not main, but one of the major reasons why he won the election. Which is very interesting, right? Anyway, so then two years after that, Arsenio Hall Show gets canceled, right? And then how many guys have heard of Arsenio Hall since then? No one has, right? He disappeared off the face of the planet. What happened? Until a couple years ago in 2012... I can't believe it was 2012. That was really 10 years ago? I don't know what year we're in right now. In quarantine time, I don't remember what year we're in. Anyway, 2012, we're watching Celebrity Apprentice, cause that's what we do. And all of a sudden, Arsenio Hall is one of the contestants on Celebrity Apprentice. Which we're like, "This is amazing," right? So we're watching this whole thing and there was something interesting that happened. So they do different fundraisers on Celebrity Apprentice, things are happening. And then one of the episodes was a fundraiser. And so all the contestants jump on the phone, they're calling all their friends, everyone they know, they're trying to raise money, right? And every single one of the celebrities get on the phone and raise money. Somebody raise 30 grand, some raise hundreds of thousands. Everyone's got different levels of it. A couple of people raised half a million or something. Everybody raised money, except for one contestant. Can you guess which contestant that was? The only contestant that raised not even a penny was Arsenio Hall. And you see the scene, he's on the phone with his address book, and he's calling person after person after person, nobody will return his call. He's like, "Why is nobody returning my calls?" And then at the very end, they tally up, and he's the only one that doesn't get any money. And they showed us a little clip of him in the boardroom or whatever, talking to the camera. And he's all frustrated. And he just looks at it, and he says, "You know what?" He said, "When I had my own show, everybody returned my call." Boom. Okay? Now, most people missed that. But for me, it rang in my head like a bell. When Arsenio Hall had a show, he had a platform. He was able to call anyone on earth, including Bill Clinton, who was currently running for president and say, "Do you want to be on my show, man?" And the next day, Bill Clinton's on his show, playing saxophone, right? He loses his show, loses his platform. No one returns his call. People ask me, "Russell, how in the world did you get in with Tony Robbins and Dean Grasiozi, and all these people?" And I would love to think that the reason why I got in with all these guys is because I'm so nice, or charismatic, or maybe think my haircut's cool, or whatever. Right? And as much as I wish that was the truth, I know, I'm fully aware that the reason why I was able to get into my Dream 100 is because the thing that I have to offer them is my platform. That is what I have to offer people. So when I met Tony, I'm like, "Hey Tony, I've got a whole bunch of entrepreneurs that follow me. Can I interview you? Can I get to know you? Can I..." I met Dean, "Hey Dean, I want to help promote you. Hey Dean, do you want to be on my show? Hey..." And you can name off all the people in my Dream 100, everyone I've tried to get, my platform is the thing that I had to offer my Dream 100. It's the tangible thing that I own, that I control, that provides value to people who are three, or four, or five levels above me. Right? And so, for you, the question is, you're building this Dream 100, and then how are you going to approach them? Like, "Hey, Dream 100, can you do this thing for me? Can you do this thing?" They're going to say "no," right? They have enough things happening in their lives. The thing you have to offer them is your platform, but you've got to have a platform. Right? And so that's this whole secret number seven is about, is building up your platform. So what does your platform look like? Well, for everyone it's going to be different. Some of you guys... In fact, I'm going to do a poll right here. How many of you guys right now who are listening to this love to write? Like, "I love writing. If I could just write all day, I'd be the happiest person in the world." Okay. If you are someone who loves to write, the platform you need to be building is you need to be starting a blog. You should be writing. How many of you guys are like, "Writing sounds like the worst thing on planet earth. I do not want to write ever, but I love to talk." Right? Okay. Maybe for you, you should be starting a podcast. That's the platform. You love talking and speaking, that should be your thing. How many of you guys are like, "I like writing, podcasting, but I love being on video. I want people to see my face. I want them to see my excitement. Oh, this is amazing." For those, you guys should be starting a video channel, a vlog, a YouTube channel, or Instagram, or Facebook, or somewhere. You got to find the spot that you're the most comfortable. Okay? Because if you're not comfortable, you're not going to be consistent with it. That's number one, figuring out, where do you want to build your platform at? Right? And then, you've got to start actually growing it. Okay? And I have a whole bunch of stuff here, I wish I could read all of it to you. Starting on page 112, it's like, how do you find your voice? Because when you first start your own show, it's scary, right? How do you know how to talk? If you listen to the first 40 plus episodes of my podcast, they were really bad. I was shy and awkward, nervous. And people are like, "Russell, you seem like such a natural communicator. How did you become so natural at it?" I became natural because I published 800 episodes of my podcast consistently three to five times a week, every single day for the last eight years. Okay? And I've been on Facebook Live hundreds of times. And I've been on tons of other… I sound natural because I've done it a lot. I found my voice and I continue to try to develop it and make it better. But it's consistency. Okay? Before any of you guys saw me up here talking to you, it was a decade of me putting in the time and the effort of publishing, and finding my voice, and doing it over and over and over again. And so what I want to recommend for all of you guys is you need to pick a platform, whatever one it is, especially now, especially during times when everyone's stressing out. This is your shot, your chance to step up as the leader that your people are looking for, and start talking. Start sharing. Start giving faith and hope and a brighter future for your people. Now is the time. So I want to challenge you guys to figure out... If you're a writer, you're starting a blog, and I would recommend going to medium.com, starting a blog there. If you're a speaker, you're going to start a podcast. If you like video, you can start a video vlog. And I don't care if it's on Facebook Live, YouTube Live, I don't care. Pick a platform and stick with it. And then, I challenge you to publish every single day for the next year. Starting today. Not mañana, starting today. I want you to publish every single day for an entire year. Okay? And at first you're like, "I don't have stuff to talk about for entire year." I get it. Okay? But what's magic is that you start speaking, more things will come to you. Okay? As you open up your mouth, the Lord will bless you with more ideas, more inspiration, more things. As you share, as you give, as you're helping other people, more stuff will come to you. So it's very important to understand that. Okay? So you got to publish every single day for at least a year. And the reason why we do this is a couple of things. Number one, at first, you are going to be very, very bad. Okay? So you need to start publishing to be able to find your voice, this is the big part of it. If you don't start publishing now, you will never find your voice. The reason I'm good today is because eight years ago, I started publishing every single day. Okay? So you start publishing to find your voice. And first you're like, "Oh, but no one's listening to me." That's good. Cause you suck right now. So it's okay that no one's listening to you. You shouldn't worry about it. Now's the time for you to find your voice and learn how to actually speak and figure out what people actually want to hear. Number two... So number one is for you to find your voice. Number two is you have to publish long enough for people to find you. Okay? Number one, you're finding your voice. Number two, it's you're publishing long enough for them to find you. And there's a really cool blog post that my buddy, Nathan Barry, wrote on his blog. It's called Endure Long Enough to Get Noticed. I'm going to read it, cause it's one of the most powerful things I could possibly share for you guys. He said, "How many great TV shows have you discovered in season three or later? I started watching Game of Thrones after they had released five seasons. Pat Flynn had released at least 100 episodes of his podcast before I even knew it existed. I discovered Hardcore History years after Dan Carlin started producing it. This is such a common experience. There's so much content being produced that we can't possibly discover it all. So instead, we wait for the best content to float to the surface after time. If step number one in building an audience is to create great content, step number two is to endure long enough to get it noticed. Seth Godin is very generous with his time and will appear in almost any relevant podcast, but you have to have recorded at least 100 episodes first. His filter is creators who have shown they're willing to show up consistently for a long time." Oh, oh, this is so good. Do you guys get this? All right. So step number one, you're doing this, publishing everyday for a year on your chosen platform. I don't care what it is. Okay? Number one reason is for you to find your voice. At first, no one is going to be listening and you're going to suck at it, and that's okay. That's the plan. That's the process. Okay? Number two is you're doing it so that your audience can find you. If you just published three episodes, they're never going to find you. You publish 100, they're going to start finding you. You publish every day for a year, you'll have endured long enough that your people will start finding you. Okay, when I launched my first podcast, it was called Marketing in your Car. And I did the same exercise I'm asking you. I was like, "What am I going to be most comfortable with? What can I be most consistent with?" I was like, "If I do an interview show, I have to have microphones and stuff. I'll never do it because it will be too hard." But I was like, "I'm in my car every day for 10 minutes. I'm just going to record a podcast while I'm driving." So I called it Marketing in your Car podcast. And I knew I'm going to be consistent, and do it at least three times a week, and maybe more. And I had days where I did it every single day. And I did it for years. Now, I was lucky at the beginning. I didn't know how to check my stats. So because of that, I never checked my stats. And so what's amazing is, I think I was three years into publishing my podcast before I learned how to find out if people were actually listening. And I am so grateful I never knew. Cause if I had known that the first 40, 50, 60 episodes had 10 listens each, I probably wouldn't have kept doing it, if I'm completely honest. But now I've done this many. Every episode that I publish gets tens of thousands of downloads. Okay? But I had to keep doing it consistently for long enough for my people to find me. And I do it consistently long enough to find my voice. And so that's the secret to Dream 100. And then, when you have your own platform, now you can go to these people who are your Dream 100, and be like, "Hey, I've got a podcast. Yu want to be on it? Hey, I got a YouTube show. You want to be on it? Hey..." And now you have something of value to provide to them. That's the thing you have to provide your Dream 100 is your platform. That is the big secret. And some of you guys are like, "Russell, do I have to publish if I'm going to get Traffic Secrets?" You don't have to. There's a lot of ways to drive traffic. But I promise you, this will make a very holistic traffic. It gives you the ability to find your voice. It gives you the ability to infiltrate your Dream 100, to build the relationships with people you didn't have the ability to before. In fact, as you read this, it's... This is your journey, right? In your podcast, you're documenting your journey of the result you're trying to get for yourself. And here, you're telling your story along the way. I wish I could go on for two days about this alone. But my job is, I'm documenting my journey. Every single podcast, I'm telling my story. I'm talking about what I'm learning today, where I'm going, what I'm trying to figure out, as you're doing this journey to get a certain result for yourself. So don't think, "I'll start my podcast after I figure it out." No, you start today. Figure out what's the result you're trying to get for yourself. Okay? And then document your journey along the way. Every episode is a documentation. Then, in between here, this is your Dream 100. You're pulling people in and you're interviewing them. You're pulling them in, you're interviewing them, and you're building relationships. You have a chance to interview someone for 30 minutes or an hour on your podcast, on your show, on your video, you build the relationship with your Dream 100 you can't get in any other way. Okay? It opens up so many doors, so many gates, and that is the big secret. So infiltrating your Dream 100, you guys, it all starts with building out your own show. I wish that I could just fly to your house and force you to do it. Most of you won't, but the ones who do are the ones who are going to thrive during this time of economic uncertainty, okay? Your people are waiting for you. They're waiting for your voice. They're waiting for your guidance, your leadership. And unless you start doing it, they're never going to find you. And so they always say... This is an old Chinese proverb. "The best time to plant a tree was 20 years ago. The second best time is right now." So, today. This is the time you guys. You're sitting around and you're in quarantine. You got a whole weekend to figure it out. Figure out, how do we blog? It's easy. You go to medium.com, create an account. Boom. You can start blogging today. Okay? "I don't know how to start a podcast." There's an app called anchor.fm, I think. It's free or five bucks on your phone. You download it. Boom. You can be podcasting today. Okay? A video, I went to Facebook, I put "Go Live." Boom. I'm live. YouTube, same thing. You don't have to wait. Now is the time. Start publishing, start finding your voice, document your journey towards something that you're trying to create, something you're trying to learn, and just share what you're doing. You don't have to make things highly-produced. You're just talking and telling your stories and what you're learning along the way. And as you do that, two things will happen. Number one, you will find your voice. And number two, you endure long enough that your people will be able to find you. All right, guys, I got to bounce, cause I've got an interview with one of my Dream 100 starting two minutes. Yes, I practice what I preach. So I got to jump off here. If you don't have a copy of your book yet, go to trafficsecrets.com and get it. The hardbounds don't ship till May fifth, but the audiobook is available right now. So go and get it. I highly recommend get the order form bump, which is the audiobook. You can listen, for seven hours, me read this entire book to you. So by this time on Monday, when we're hanging out again, you can have this whole book in your brain and done. All right, I have to go, guys. I start in one minute. Appreciate you all. Thanks for everything, you guys. Start publishing. Now is the time. Your people are waiting for you. Let's go. All right. Thanks, you guys. Talk soon.
In this week's episode, Sheldon speaks to Bryan S. Arnold host of "The Authority Project" livestream show and podcast about his new book "Change for Good" and about how your would get an obligated mindset. Obligated to whom? Well, that would be to "you"! He gives us how to visualize and take action for success using his "WRAP" system. Bryan Arnold is a writer, productivity coach & podcast host who ironically absolutely loves TV & Films. It's not the norm but he teaches creators & solopreneurs how they can produce at a high clip and still enjoy life as they know it! Bryan is currently finishing his new book, “Changed for Good” that delves into developing permanent change by optimizing your daily work. And his podcast, The Authority Project helps digital marketers, coaches, consultants & creators build authority in their niche. Bryan's life mission is to help entrepreneurs become obligated to finish their daily and weekly tasks ultimately achieving the results they truly desire.
In this episode, we have a guest speaker, Joe Sanok. Joe is a keynote and TEDx speaker, business consultant, and podcaster. He has the #1 podcast for counselors, The Practice of the Practice Podcast. With interviews with Pat Flynn, John Lee Dumas, and Lewis Howes. He is also a writer for PsychCentral and has been featured on the Huffington Post, Forbes, GOOD Magazine, Reader's Digest, Entrepreneur on Fire, and Yahoo News. His approach incorporates story, humor, research, and practical application. We talk about, Taking Control of your Career, optimizing a group practice to free up time to work on big ideas, identifying the best specialty, and creating income from big ideas. Are you sick of exchanging time doing counseling for money? Do you have big ideas inside you? Let's come and join us as we dive into this episode! Listen and Be Unbroken. Learn more at https://www.thinkunbrokenpodcast.com/
Pat Flynn is an entrepreneur, podcaster & collector of Pokemon cards. He went from being let go from his job to starting an online empire. And today, his online business Smart Passive Income is a 7-figure business and reaches over 1 million people per month. He also hosts The Smart Passive Income Podcast, which was at one point the #3 overall business podcast in iTunes. Show notes: https://okdork.com/podcast/220 Use this link to get 10% off at checkout on AppSumo: https://appsumo.com/?coupon=noah10&code=noah10
In this philosophy themed episode, Dr. Stephen Napier joins Pat Flynn to discuss the (in)famous evolutionary argument against naturalism. What is the argument and what objections have been raised against it? Join us for what is sure to be a fascinating conversation!
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Pat and Dan share seven (actually worthwhile) tests of true physical strength and how to accomplish them. Tests include kettlebell snatches, presses, carries, and more! For 101 FREE #kettlebell workouts visit http://www.101kettlebellworkouts.com Also please take advantage of the Strong ON! Anniversary Mega Sale at http://www.chroniclesofstrength.com/strongonmegasale
Welcome back to the Scale Your Small Business Podcast with your host, Jillian Flodstrom. Today's guest is Joe Sanok, a keynote TEDx speaker, business consultant, and podcaster. He has the number one podcast for counselors, The Practice of the Practice Podcast, and has interviewed people like Pat Flynn, John Lee Dumas, and Lewis Howes. He's also written five books and is a writer for Psych Central, has been featured on the Huffington Post, Forbes, Good Magazine, Reader's Digest, Entrepreneur on Fire, and Yahoo News. Joe got started helping others grow their practices and businesses after he realized he was making more in his side counseling gig than he was at his primary job. But, it didn't just happen. He was putting in the work reading, listening to podcasts, and sharing what he learned outside of grad school, like building coaching packages, mastermind groups, a membership community, and hiring other consultants. Mindset is, of course, a crucial part of building, growing, and scaling a business. Joe points to three things top performers have internally and naturally. The first is curiosity. It didn't kill the cat, but it is a trait that high-performing individuals have. The second is the ability to see things from an outsider's perspective. Being able to shift the way a problem is approached is a superpower. The third is not being paralyzed by perfection. There is a spectrum, Joe says, from speed to accuracy. In some cases, it makes sense to opt for accuracy over speed, but in many businesses scenarios, speed is the way to go. When you're looking for a mastermind group or partner, there are a few key things to remember. Joe breaks down the steps: before you even have a mastermind group, look at what you're doing now and make sure you have the space for it. Then, make sure you're clear on how the partner thinks and what they've done--you want to make sure you align. Finally, make sure you're part of a community. Meeting people on the way up is the way to go. When you're scaling a business, it can be difficult to pinpoint what you should be doing and what you should put a halt on. Joe is the mind behind the Thursday is the new Friday model--one whose philosophy is based on when you give yourself less time to do things, you naturally will drop the ball -- and it's good to drop the ball. When you have fewer days to work, the most important things float to the top of your priority list, and the things that sink to the bottom you probably should be outsourcing or delegating. Beyond that, do it for your staff. Joe asks his staff three important questions: What do you love about your current position, what do you hate, and where do you want to grow. These simple inquiries result is happier team members who stay longer and build a position best suited for them. Give your staff permission to be creative and innovate on their own terms. Empower them to move forward without you, and offer feedback. Joe's book, Thursday is the New Friday, is a menu of tools that can help you grow, think, experiment, and adjust. It goes beyond typical prescriptive narratives and focuses on how we slow down. It's about being intentional and optimizing how you operate. Key Takeaways Be curious. Shift your perspective. Opt for speed over perfection. Make sure you align with a mastermind partner, coach, or group. Allow the things you love to do to float to the top. Delegate or outsource the rest. LINKS Joesanok.com Purchase five or more copies and gain access to mastermind groups and other free digital bonuses that go beyond the book. You can submit your receipt at thursdayisthenewfriday.com
Chalene has always been insistent that, in order to have a successful business, you need to do things in the right order. Jumping ahead is a common trap for many entrepreneurs. So, with that said, is this (or is this not) the best time for you to start a podcast? On today's Quick Tip Tuesday, Chalene shares her thoughts on the topic. Join the FREE 3 Day Grow Your Gram Bootcamp by going to GrowYourGram.com The ONLY Instagram marketing event of its kind that will give you actionable step-by-step methods, techniques and strategies you can put to use right away to increase your following and attract customers for your business on Instagram. Subscribe to The Chalene Show!!! Links from today's episode: Check out Pat Flynn's Program Power Up Podcasting Check The Chalene Show episode My Plastic Surgery Nightmare Here is a follow up episode Breaking My Silence Check out Marketing Impact Academy!! Go to marketingimpactacademy.com Check out all the brand new Push Journal designs!!! Hurry and get yours before they sell out!! www.pushjournal.com Leave Chalene or Brock a message or ask them a question at (619) 500-4819 Not sure what your thing is? Go to Chalene.com/MyThing Learn more about Kajabi Leave Chalene a Voicemail review or question for a chance to win a gift HERE Connect with us on your fav social platform: Chalene: Instagram: www.Instagram.com/ChaleneJohnson Facebook: www.Facebook.com/Chalene TikTok: @chaleneOfficial Twitter: www.Twitter.com/ChaleneJohnson Brock: Instagram: @Brock11Johnson TikTock: @brock11johnnson Stop dieting & start living: PhaseItUp.com Here's The System I Use Every Day to be More Organized & Crazy Productive: www.pushjournal.com Sign Up For MY WEEKLY NEWSLETTER and you'll get FREE tips on how to live a ridiculously amazing fun-filled life! Be sure you are subscribed to this podcast to automatically receive your episodes!!! Subscribe to The Chalene Show!!! Join our NEW, awesome PodSquad on Facebook here! Get episode show notes here: www.chalenejohnson.com/podcast Hey! Send me a DM & tell me what you think about the show! (Use the Hashtag) #BuildYourTribe so I know you're a homie! XOXO Chalene
Scott Wayman's shares his epically inspiring founder story. His passion for Kangarootime is next level and the company is currently focused on winning the childcare management software space for daycares and preschools. With plans to expand to the larger “care economy” which includes not only early education & childcare but also elder & senior care. A $648B TAM in the U.S. Alone according to Melinda Gate's Pivotal Ventures. The Kangarootime team brilliantly positioned themselves throughout COVID19 as leaders in the space, by taking time to host educational sessions about how their customers can best adapt their centers, as well as quickly shipping new features such as contactless check-in/out, health checks, and more. I have personally watched Scott relentlessly grow this company from their early days at Founder Institute, through several investments from 43North, and was very excited to sit down with him for this episode. ========== Visit Ambition Today on the Web: www.siskar.co/ambitiontoday Follow Kevin Siskar on Twitter: twitter.com/TheSiskar Follow Kevin Siskar on Instagram: instagram.com/thesiskar Follow Kevin Siskar on Facebook: facebook.com/kevin.siskar Add Kevin Siskar on Snapchat: snapchat.com/add/krsiskar Kevin Siskar brings you ambitious entrepreneurs inspired by Tim Ferriss Show, How I Built This with Guy Raz, Residual Income, Entrepreneur on Fire, NPR, HBR, TED Radio Hour, the StartUp podcast with Alex Blumberg by Gimlet Media, Pat Flynn, Tony Robbins, The Uncertain Hour, Bigger Pockets, Art of Charm, Dave Ramsey, Planet Money, Jocko Podcast, EntreLeadership, Zigler, APM Marketplace, This Week In Startups with Jason Calacanis, Mixergy, Seth Godin, Joe Rogan Experience, GaryVee, James Altucher, Monocle 24, How to Start a Startup, Crooked Media, and The $100 MBA Show with Omar Zenhom, and Casey Neistat. Be sure to listen and subscribe to Ambition Today in the iTunes Store for iOS (apple.co/1NRRPzL), on Google Play Music (goo.gl/LmmciJ), or on Stitcher for Android (bit.ly/1Rn01dy).
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#166: After over 150 episodes, and some of the greatest modern business minds, I've learned a lot. WE'VE learned a lot!As I reflect back on the past year of episodes, there are a few moments that really stand out to me. Today, I'm highlighting greatest podcasting advice I've gotten from the greats! Like what you hear? Listen to the full episodes here:John Lee DumasJasmine StarHala TahaShawn AnthonyZachary BabcockPat Flynn
In this episode, Pat Flynn sits down with John to respond to Ben Watkins' opening statement in his debate with Trent Horn. In particular, they examine definitions of theism and naturalism, an argument from simplicity, an argument from imperfection, and an argument from modal collapse. See the timestamps below for more details. The Classical Theism Podcast aims to defend Catholic Christian ideas in conversation. With the help of various guests, I defend three pillars of the Catholic Christian worldview: (1) the God of classical theism exists, (2) Jesus is our Messiah and Lord, and (3) He founded the Catholic Church. We place a strong emphasis on the first pillar, defending classical theism, drawing upon the work of Thomistic philosopher Dr. Edward Feser and many others. John DeRosa www.classicaltheism.com/support Check out my book One Less God Than You: How to Answer the Slogans, Cliches, and Fallacies that Atheists Use to Challenge Your Faith >> www.classicaltheism.com/newbook
Pat Flynn and Jim Madden summarize Book 1 of Plato's Republic, share their thoughts and commentary, and invite questions from the audience. Please LIKE, SHARE, COMMENT, and SUBSCRIBE! The Pat Flynn Show If you enjoyed this episode, it would mean the world to me if you could subscribe to, and leave a review for, The Pat Flynn show on iTunes HERE or Stitcher HERE. Reading your reviews and hearing your feedback is what keeps me fired up to make The Pat Flynn Show happen. Thank you!