Mitch D. DOUBLED his sales. He made six figures from referrals alone. On top of another six figures from his D2D sales. In this interview, Mitch shares his strategy step-by-step. Mitch and I do have a slight disagreement about the philosophy of ASKING for referrals which we discuss at the end. Watch this one all the way through to learn Mitch's strategy. But no matter what referral strategy used – success like this is TRULY possible for anyone.P.S. Using my Roofing Sales Success Formula, you'll be asking for referrals up to 13 times - naturally and WITHOUT being pushy :) Step-by-step instructions included. Details here: https://www.theroofstrategist.com/get-roofing-sales-success-formula Questions About Products or Programs? Call/Text: 303-222-7133=============FREE TRAINING
Have you always felt that you just aren't a runner? Or, are you a seasoned runner who wants to up your running game? In today's episode, Gin and Sheri talk to Jae Gruenke of The Balanced Runner. Whether you're a total beginner or a world record holder, Jae can help you develop your running skills. Resources used for today's podcast can be found here: https://www.balancedrunner.com/ https://feldenkrais.com/about-the-feldenkrais-method/ Today's podcast was made possible through our affiliation with the following companies. When you shop with us, you help us bring you further Life Lessons. www.beautycounter.com/sheribullock http://www.myshapa.com/ Referral code: LIFELESSONS You can also visit https://www.lifelessonscommunity.com/shop-with-us.html and shop with us at any time. Or you can make a monetary contribution directly at www.paypal.com/paypalme/lifelessonspodcast or in PayPal by searching our email address: firstname.lastname@example.org. Do you have a good news story, a listener-led lesson, or a special quote to share? Email us at email@example.com and listen each week to see if we share your submission. Join our Facebook community! Go to https://www.facebook.com/groups/LifeLessonsWithGinAndSheri and become a member today. You'll be glad you did. Thank you for listening!
Episode: 225 Title: Tip Top 10 Podcast Episodes of 2021 (Part 2) Host: Michael J. Maher Guest: Dan Rochon, Jana Caudill, Fred Haywood, David Childers,Toril Schoepfer White, Nicole Aldaz Description: These are the top 5 most downloaded episodes of 2021 for Referrals Podcast! (7L) Referral Strategies and Podcast Topics: Referrals, Referral Partners, Real Esate Market Update, Aloha Spirit, New Agent Special Offer: Join the Generosity Generation today by going to www.JoinGenGen.com! Connect with other like minded business owners that run their businesses with love, generosity, and appreciation!
There are three big - or key - referral strategies you need to put in place this year. You don't need to put them all in place at one time but by the end of the year, or by the end of 2nd Quarter, make it a goal to have all three of these in place. The three strategies are separate strategies but overlap in a few ways allowing you to have truly referable business. The strategies are: 1. More referrals from existing Referral Sources 2. Referrals from new Referral Sources, new people referring you 3. Referrals from your Client Experience Are there other strategies - yes - but they build on the 3 Must Have referral strategies for 2022! Resources mentioned on this episode can be found on the show notes page at www.staceybrownrandall.com/187.
This week, I am a bit late my depression has been raging so I couldn't keep to my schedule BUT I wanted to let y'all know I am still here and grateful for another year of Militantly Mixed. If you would like to try to learn a new language or connect to the language of your heritage, I highly recommend the iTalki app. I just paired with a Japanese Tutor that has already made me feel way better about my learning Japanese for real this time, I recommned giving it a shot. Referral link: https://www.italki.com/i/ref/bCHdCa?hl=en * * * You can continue the conversation on our private Facebook group after you listen to this episode at http://facebook.com/groups/militantlymixed * * * Produced and Edited by Sharmane Fury Music by: David Bogan, the One - https://www.dbtheone.com/ * * * Connect with us on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook or send me a voice memo over email at Sharmane@militantlymixed.com. * * * Militantly Mixed is a fan-sponsored podcast, if you are enjoying the show please consider sponsoring us on Patreon or Paypal today! Thank you. This is a ManeHustle Media Podcast. Turn your side hustle into your ManeHustle.
Episode: 224 Title: Top 10 Referrals Podcast Episodes of 2021 (Part 1) Host: Michael J. Maher Guest: Kimberlee Meserve, Josh Dougherty, Sheri Maher, Pat Mancuso, Matthew Lee Description: Over the next 2 episodes Michael shares the top 10 most downloaded episodes of Referrals Podcast in 2021. This episode focuses on numbers 10 through 6. Listen to the full episodes by going to numbers: 171, 174, 190, 169, and 194. Listen in next week for the top 5. (7L) Referral Strategies and Podcast Topics: Events, Peloton Giveaway, (7L) System in B2B, Halftime Report, Leadership, Affirmations, Mindset, Morning Ritual Special Offer: If you are not yet a member of The Generosity Generation....join us! Just go to www.JoinGenGen.com. Help Spread the Word: If you are enjoying the podcast please rate and review us! Every review makes our podcast easier for others to find. Thank You!!
If you want more referrals this year, you should know where you are starting from. When you set the wrong referral goals, you focus on the wrong strategies or worse - abandon some good intentions that weren't set up correctly. What you do this year to generate referrals starts with where you are and where you plan to go. In this episode, #186, I break down how to calculate your referral explosion for 2022 and we discuss your gap. All resources mentioned - including the Referral Explosion Calculation Worksheet - can be found on the show notes page at www.staceybrownrandall.com/186.
Contributor: Jared Scott, MD Educational Pearls: A rust ring can occur after a metallic foreign body is left in the eye for a prolonged period of time Issues occur when the rust ring is left as it can epithelialize and become a permanent spot in the patient's vision An eye burr or Alger brush can help to gouge out the rust ring in the emergency setting These tools have a failsafe mechanism to prevent the eye burr from going through layers past the cornea (though this does not work if the foreign body is already through the cornea) Referral to ophthalmology, antibiotic drops, and dilating drops are recommended options upon discharge Complications include poor wound healing, scarring, and infection References Camodeca AJ, Anderson EP. Corneal Foreign Body. [Updated 2021 Apr 26]. In: StatPearls [Internet]. Treasure Island (FL): StatPearls Publishing; 2021 Jan-. Available from: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK536977/ https://www.reviewofoptometry.com/article/no-insult-to-injury-managing-foreign--body-removal Summarized by John Spartz, MS4 | Edited by Erik Verzemnieks, MD The Emergency Medical Minute is excited to announce that we are now offering AMA PRA Category 1 credits™ via online course modules. To access these and for more information, visit our website at https://emergencymedicalminute.org/cme-courses/ and create an account. Donate to EMM today!
Welcome to 2022! This episode is all about the LawFlip referral platform. Believe it or not, LawFlip is more than just the name of a podcast—it's also the hottest new app in the legal tech space. It's already helping lawyers refer and find new business without ever having to leave the comfort of their phones and computers. The way it works is simple: Lawyers with business to refer post leads to the platform, lawyers looking for business apply for said leads on the platform (which helps lawyers find the right matches for their clients), and clients get high quality work done for them when there's a successful match.The LawFlip referral platform is a story of old friends becoming partners in executing a vision. I started my career at an internet marketing company doing legal work and business development, and quickly recognized the future potential impact of technology in the legal industry. I spent a few years advising tech companies, moved in other directions, and had the vision for the LawFlip platform a few years ago. I have known Aric Haut for 25 years. Aric is a successful serial entrepreneur who got in on the ground floor of this idea. Over 15 years ago, he introduced me to Louis Benowitz a few days before we started law school together. Louis is a truly revolutionary legal thinker who is behind some of the biggest developments in California wage and hour law. Jordan Rothstein has become a fast friend who has helped with the technology side of launching the platform.We have all worked together to bring the Alpha version of the LawFlip platform to life. We believe the platform will be revolutionary in helping lawyers be less miserable. It will do so by assisting them in making more money, getting more cases, ethically helping their clients and friends, and saving them hours of avoidable misery. This episode embodies everything the LawFlip podcast has been about these past few years.Support the show (http://lawflip.com)
For more than five years we've had the extreme privilege of talking to the best and the brightest about how to become more referable and to drive more referrals. In this final episode of the Becoming Referable podcast, we highlight the recurring themes that […] The post The Final Episode! Laying a Foundation for Referral Growth appeared first on Becoming Referable.
In der heutigen Episode ist der Pascal von Userlike zu Gast. Userlike ist eine skalierbare All-in-one-Lösung für innovativeren und Zeit gerechteren Kundenkontakt. Die Idee dabei ist, dass man kosten- und zeitaufwendige Kanäle wie E-Mail und Telefon aufgibt und den Kundenkontakt durch intuitive Kanäle wie Facebook- oder WhatsApp-Messaging aufbaut. Als Erstes unterhalten wir uns mit Pascal über seine Methode der Marktvalidierung. Anschließend besprechen wir verschiedene interessante Akquisekanäle wie Events, Content-Marketing oder simples cold calling und schauen welche davon funktionierten und welche nicht. Danach gibt uns Pascal sehr spannende Insights zu seiner genauen SEO-Strategie. Worauf sollte man beim Erstellen des Contents unbedingt beachten? Wie lange dauert es bis man die ersten Ergebnisse sehen kann und durch welchen Hack kann man diese Wartezeit verkürzen? Im nächsten Schritt reden wir über verschiedenste Marketing Experimente. Wir erklären, wie sie funktionieren, geben Beispiele und erläutern die richtigen Metriken, anhand man diese Experimente bewerten sollte. Gegen Ende gehen wir genauer auf Onboarding und Referral ein. Was sind hier wieder gute Tricks und Hacks, worauf sollte man achten, welche Fehler kann man vermeiden und wie gewinnt man abgewanderte Kunden zurück?
How to ask for a referral: Questions you need to be able to answer Don't be scared to ask for what you really want Do your research Give referrals Make connections Build credibility
Youtube Version https://youtu.be/r34V0yT_0_s https://wendyleequietstorm.com Wendy Lee a Virginia native never aspired to be a comedian. So the age-old saying life imitates art is true when it comes to this clean female Christian comedian “Quietstorm”. Wendy Lee (Quietstorm) began her professional comedic career after accepting an invite to attend a church talent show. During the show, the host announced that they needed to fill some spots and anyone in the audience with gifts or talents can come up to present. Since all the acts before her had been done once or twice, this innately shy person decided to tell some jokes. Wowing the audience that night Wendy Lee (Quietstorm) left with a potential gig to do the same thing at another church venue. Referral after referral she went on providing laughter at various church events and programs for several years, “Just having fun”. Wendy Lee (Quietstorm) has worked with internationally known comedian Hamburger, Anna Douglass, Nikita B Williams, Sylvia Tray Morrison (America's First Black Female Impressionist) and the late Joe Recca (Chicago) to name a few. Her accomplishments thus far include performances at the Hopewells's Historic Beacon Theatre, Richmond Funnybone Club, Cozzy's Comedy Club, and Franklin's Main Event. Her soft and mysterious voice can be heard on several podcasts as a featured guest on radio and other media outlets. Wendy Lee (Quietstorm) is only scratching the surface in the world of comedy in a league of her own. Staying her authentic self and giving clean comedy in her own way sets her apart from others before and after her. “For with God, nothing shall be impossible”
Episode 29 - What is a referral: Someone who needs your product or service A connection to a referral source (Golden Goose vs the Golden Egg) A quality employee Business Connection
Financing your first big ticket Dealers charge whatever rate they can get away with For ratings stick to the yearly edition of Consumer report Heads up for the buyer The banks, more risk, more rate Know your budget and stick to it Down payment isn't a lock Employment offer FTB, finance first, buy and negotiate second Don't give up Financing has many sources Referral letters will help Cosigners are the best answer Recourse dealers Improve the risk Buy here pay here may be the last choice
Episode 26 - Who to network with: Referral opportunities (Giving or receiving) Non-Competition Your Competition Different industries The Host of the event or the Guest Speaker
In this edition of The Way Out, our beloved recovery podcast co-host Jason catches up with an old friend, Cynthia Baade who is a person in long term recovery and a Certified Peer Recovery Specialist Reciprocal. Now time for a moment of total and complete transparency for a purpose about this interview. One of Cynthia's little ones is in the background on and off as you heard in the intro and that continues in the interview along with a cacophony of background noise on and off. My first gut instinct was we needed to scrap the whole thing and re-record the entire interview. But then I decided I was going to start editing it anyhow, which now feels very much like a Higher Power moment. No doubt, the audio on this interview is far from perfect despite my best efforts to work my editing magic. What is also undeniably true is how genuinely authentic and refreshing it is to hear Cynthia tell her story with the medley of sounds that make up the day-to-day life of a parent in Recovery. Life isn't perfect and flawless, and either is recovery – and both are beautiful not despite the flaws but because of them. Without the flaws and imperfections Recovery and indeed life would be rather bland and uninspiring. I'm grateful to have a connection with my Higher Power that allowed me to recognize and embrace the beauty that lied beneath the imperfection so we all can hear Cynthia's amazing journey to and through recovery to this point. Cynthia is extremely honest and vulnerable in this conversation. Her natural storytelling ability will draw you in as she reveals her extensive history. We learn how she broke generational cycles and is starting a new kind of legacy for her own family. The purpose and love she has found in her life will inspire you and warm your heart so listen up. Book Recommendation: Adult Children of Alcoholics https://www.amazon.com/Adult-Children-Alcoholics-Janet-Woititz/ Songs that symbolize recovery: A BETTER ME - LeeLee https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cr4ufa3kptM and How it feels - Rare of Breed https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_k8qkPFpHYY Best advice: " It's OK to not be OK" Contact Info and Resources= www.missionrestart.net (218) 999-4066 (Peer support phone line) Cynthia Baade C.P.R.S.R President and Founder firstname.lastname@example.org https://firstcall211.net (mental health crisis line, information and Referral line) https://www.mcboard.org https://www.hopehousetreatment.org (c) 2021 The Way Out Podcast | All Rights Reserved Theme Music: “all clear” (https://ketsa.uk/browse-music/) by Ketsa (https://ketsa.uk) licensed under CC BY-NC-ND 4.0 (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/the-way-out-podcast/message
There is an art and science to being a magnetic human. John Livesay's guest in this episode is Virginia Muzquiz, known as the "Referral Diva" and the Founder of Master Connector. Virginia talks with John about how you can influence without being manipulative. The key is empathy, which is the secret to quality referral partnerships and friendships. The sustainable method of referrals and connection is creating a team. You'll need affiliates, ambassadors, and advocates who work on your behalf because they like who you are. If you want more tips on how to be magnetic, this episode's for you. Tune in! Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share! Here's How » Join The Successful Pitch community today: JohnLivesay.com John Livesay Facebook John Livesay Twitter John Livesay LinkedIn John Livesay YouTube
Referral leads are better than random people from networking meetings. They hire you without objecting to everything you say. They're usually wealthy, You don't have to work to acquire them and they already trust you. Unfortunately, most advisors struggle to get referrals—because they ask for them. Begging your existing clients for referrals sucks. It makes your clients uncomfortable and makes many advisors feel like sleazy salespeople. But getting referrals can be easy. If you do it right, you'll get new referral leads ringing you up out of nowhere. In this episode, you'll find out exactly how to engineer a stream of referral leads without ever asking clients for referrals. Want to get referrals without working for them? Listen now! Show highlights include: How to “replicate” your best clients and skyrocket your revenue without cold-calling strangers. (8:57) Why now is the most important time in human history for wealthy clients to hire financial advisors (14:07) The odd reason taking all SEO measures off of your pages magnetizes affluent clients (even if you're ranked on the first page of Google). (16:37) Why your best clients are hiding their real questions from you (and how to find out those questions to close them on additional services. (35:26) If you're looking for a way to set more appointments with qualified prospects, sign up for James' brand new webinar about how financial advisors can get more clients with email marketing. Go to https://TheAdvisorCoach.com/webinar to register today. Go to https://TheAdvisorCoach.com/Coaching and pick up your free 90 minute download called “5 Keys to Success for Financial Advisors” when you join The James Pollard Inner Circle. Discover how to get even better at marketing yourself with these resources: https://www.theadvisorcoach.com/7-easy--actionable-social-media-marketing-tips-for-financial-advisors.html https://www.theadvisorcoach.com/how-to-make-six-figures-financial-advisor.html https://www.theadvisorcoach.com/cold-calling-financial-advisors.html
In this episode, Ashley and Lucia talk about their experiences with investing/saving money and talk about their financial futures. Referral codes mentioned in the episode: Acorns: https://share.acorns.com/ashleybauer?advocate.partner_share_id=3956506257207856612 Fetch - Referral code T25523 Getupside - Referral code ASHLEY66537 This episode is also available on Youtube. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
On this episode of the Million Dollar Mortgage Experience, Jon sits down with Jeff Grant, founder, and owner of Sand & Sea Investments in San Diego, CA. As one of the top brokerages in Southern California, Jeff has a great understanding of what it takes to succeed in both hot and cold markets. Jon and Jeff cover all kinds of topics in this episode, from Jeff's background working for the PGA, potential causes of a hypothetical housing crash, strategies for winning bidding wars, if it's better to rent or own, 2022 predictions, the latest tech disruptors and so much more. Don't miss out on this information-packed episode!
Tommy Choi is a top producing agent in Chicago and has built his business to be 90% referral based since 2007. How did he do it? He shares his tips on this episode of Kansas City RealTalk. Bobbi's Book Bit: Unf*** Yourself by Gary John Bishop
California Mortgage Broker Joe Green is The Little Engine That Could. After first going independent just before the '08 market crash, Joe is back but had to start from scratch. He went from buying leads with an end goal of four loans a month to becoming a 100% referral-based business averaging twelve loans a month. He doesn't credit his success to anything crazy. Just be there for your client, communicate clearly, and always strive to do everything you can to help make their life easier. If you do this consistently, everything will accumulate. You don't need to take leaps and bounds; take everything step by step. Returning to the Wholesale Channel in 2013, Joe didn't find his footing right away. It took him 18 months to get going again. Joe claims that the slow ramp-up was his biggest hurdle, but he wouldn't give up on himself. He sent out mailers, bought leads, and sat through many coffee appointments. But most importantly, when leads became opportunities, Joe made sure to communicate clearly and concisely with everyone. Clients and realtor partners want to be updated whether you have good news or bad news; nobody wants to feel out of the loop. Slowly but surely, by doing right by every customer during every transaction, Joe built a book of business based entirely on referrals. Instead of ignoring realtors during the 2020 refi-boom, Joe made sure to stay top-of-mind with his partners. Refis are easy, “but you pay the price in the long run,” Joe says. If you aren't active in purchases now, you won't have any relationships when the rates rise again. Joe shares a great example where a deal fell through with a small builder in his local area. Instead of moving on, Joe stayed in touch and was the first person the builder went to when his duplex tenants wanted to refinance. “I have a simple motto,” Joe shares, “help people get things done.” Want to redo your bathroom? Joe's got a guy. Need a financial planner? Joe can send you a reference. Help people with no motive other than providing a service, and the “universe just ends up taking care of you.” Joe shares one last piece of advice by disputing a common saying. “You know that saying that you can't teach an old dog new tricks? It's a lie.” Just listen to people, understand you still have a lot to learn, never stop growing, and stay enthusiastic. Notes: Intro to The Wholesale Channel (1:26Operations (6:06)Referrals (11:42)Family Business (25:48)Parting Advice (36:11) This episode is sponsored by EPM.
Chris Bowers, The Bowers Team, with HomeSmart shares some great thoughts for getting refocused on goals. Chris talks about how him and his team do goal setting for personal and professional goals. This is very timely as we approach the new year. He also discusses how he has been able to build a strong referral business. Enjoy!
Join Kelli and Anne for their 194th NEW episode! They begin by talking about their last couple of weeks and all of the shows and travel they have been doing. First they start with their trip to LA and Palm Springs including Anne's shows at Feinstein's at Vitello's in LA and Toucan's Tiki Lounge in Palm Springs. They also give a shoutout to all the friends that came to both shows PLUS several DNR listeners that came to Palm Springs! Next they headed to New Orleans for a few nights before going to Kelli's hometown of Baton Rouge for Thanksgiving with family. Also hear about the family tradition of going to an LSU game and tailgating. They returned home to take their annual Christmas tree shopping trip and to decorate their home for the holidays. Finally Anne talks about her upcoming holiday show in NYC at The Green Room 42 on Dec 15th at 7pm. For tickets go to www.annesteele.com Their special guest today is Dr. Alexis Petra. She founded TransClinique in April of 2020 to give back and create a safe space for trans & non-binary individuals to receive care including hormone replacement therapy, referrals and trans life coaching all via telemedicine. As a trans woman herself, Dr Petra understands the unique needs of people that are transitioning. Alexis talks about her own journey through med school while also struggling with her own personal identity and how important family support can be for people going through their own transition. She talks about why she founded TransClinique and why services like this are so important to the community specifically for people that do not have access to services because off where they live. Telemedicine has truly changed access to this type of care. They hope you find this interview informative and supportive to those in our community that truly need these services. For more information go to www.TransClinique.com or follow on social media @TransClinique
As a general practitioner, you see itchy, infected pets all day long. But, when do you decide to make the referral to a dermatologist? Every veterinarian is going to have a different comfort level with managing chronic, allergic pets. Every client is going to have a different threshold for getting a specialist involved with their pet. However, there are some basic guidelines that can be used of when referral can fit into your recommendations.
The holidays are here, and, for a lot of business owners, that means showing appreciation for their clients. One of the best ways—and something top producers are consistently telling us—is to host a client-appreciation event. In this episode, we share best practices for planning and hosting client-appreciation events, some event ideas other producers have successfully used, and some tips for how to best follow up after the event. Don't forget to check out the show notes for more in-depth information and added details not included in the episode. Visit www.staypaidpodcast.com. Connect | Resources FREE ebook: How 5 Top Producers Generate Referrals 0:00 Introduction 0:54 Benefits of client appreciation events 2:59 Best practice: get the timing right 4:44 Best practice: include the family 5:13 Best practice: don't talk business 5:24 Best practice: allow friends and family 5:47 Best practice: introduce yourself and what you do 6:43 Best practice: bring your business cards 7:04 Best practice: plan ahead and send reminders 7:38 Ideas for client events 11:38 General themes to generate more ideas 12:19 The importance of following up 15:17 Action Item
Tonight on the Last Word: Mark Meadows sues Nancy Pelosi and the January 6th Committee as the panel prepares to refer that he be held in contempt of Congress. Also, President Biden sells the benefits of the infrastructure law. And Rep. Katie Porter breaks down the Build Back Better bill. Rep. Eric Swalwell, Rep. Ted Lieu, Eddie Glaude, Rick Stengel, Lucas Kunce and Rep. Katie Porter join Lawrence O'Donnell.
Creators always ask, “how do I grow my audience?” While the answer is different for everyone, when you're an emerging creator with a tight budget, referral programs are a great way to expand without burning revenue. And not only expand, but find subscribers more likely to engage.As we continue moving away from open rates as our main metric, referral programs are a great step toward increased engagement. Luckily, where there's a will, there's an app. Tools like SparkLoop smooth out the logistics and make tracking your referral progress fun and easy. In this episode, Alyssa and Melissa discuss the benefits of a referral program, the steps to referral success, and examples of creators who are doing it right. Key Takeaways [07:09] - Referral programs are a great way to grow your audience in a way that's relatively “hands-off”. [08:39] - Tools like SparkLoop help you automate your referral program. Automation is especially useful if you're a small creator. [14:24] - People trust referrals from friends more than anything else. A referred subscriber has built-in trust with you that otherwise, you would have to spend time, money, and energy to establish. [16:11] - Referral programs reward subscriber engagement. [16:47] - Using incentives not only drives traffic to your newsletter but also the content outside of your newsletter. [19:22] - Referral programs lower the cost of subscriber acquisition and get people excited about your upcoming content. [22:18] - Before launching a referral program, you need a newsletter with measurable subscriber value rather than a brand new newsletter with no built-in audience. [24:08] - You also need a clear explanation of how your referral program works so it's obvious to your subscribers what they have to do. Quotes[12:12] - “Any other way to try and find people to join your list, like maybe doing paid ads, can only do so much to get the right person in front of that sign-up form. And it's kind of more like casting a wide net and hoping to find the right people. But this is perfect. Your subscribers clearly are the perfect fit for your email list, they're already there, they signed up for it, and they likely know other people who also would love your content.” ~ @alyssa_dulinLinks Contact Us! Morning Brew theSkimm SparkLoop ConvertKit Creator Pro account Manuel Frigerio Louis Nicholls Codie Sanchez Nathan Barry's newsletter SparkLoop's growth calculator SparkLoop rewards library James Clear The 3-2-1 Newsletter Great Talks Most People Have Never Heard Nathan Barry's podcast Brennan Dunn Create & Sell Angel at ConvertKit Isa at ConvertKit Connect with our hosts Alyssa Dulin Melissa Lambert Stay in touch Apple Podcasts Spotify Twitter Facebook Instagram Deliverability Defined Website Try ConvertKit's deliverability in actionIt's now free to use ConvertKit with an audience of 1,000 subscribers or less! Start building your audience and reaching their inboxes: convertkit.com/pricing.
This episode is part of a 12 days of Christmas read-along of the Selling Like We're Human book, recorded in 2021. The book follows a similar concept to what you're already used to here on the Humane Marketing show with the 7Ps of Humane Marketing and the Marketing Like We're Human book: we start with the being and then go into the doing. The 3 parts of the Selling Like We're Human book are : Being, Knowing and Doing (compared to Rumble, Rise and Resonate of the Marketing Like We're Human book) Today I'm reading a small section of Part 2 on KNOWING, Chapter 6 called 'Calculate Your Worth' Excerpt from Selling Like We're Human, Part 2: KNOWING, Chapter 6: Calculate Your Worth Time Is money. Or Is It? The reason why many of us don't like selling is because we are not comfortable discussing prices and investments. There are many reasons for this, society making money a taboo being one, our own uncertainty about our prices being another one. But if we have worked on our Unique Value Proposition, we have a good idea of the value we deliver. This information now helps us calculate the monetary compensation we'd like to ask for in exchange for providing that value. In order to get to that number, let's look at some different ways we can price our products or services. Four different strategies come to mind: 1. Hourly Despite being the most commonly used, hourly pricing has its limitations. While it's useful to benchmark your fees in the market, it's also less than ideal to convey the value of your offering. Your offer is more valuable than the exact amount of time you're spending with the client. For example, Cathlin offers a group coaching program in which participants get to spend one hour on Zoom with her per week. The program also comes with self-study material such as video tutorials and worksheets. The value that people are getting from this program is much greater than just the four hours on Zoom per month. 2. Cost Cost-pricing is common among retailers. For example, the keystone pricing method simply doubles the wholesale price. This pricing method provides an easy starting point that is likely to ensure some profit. Since this book is mainly read by service-based entrepreneurs, one could think cost-based pricing doesn't apply to us. But not so fast . . . You do incur costs to run your business, don't you? Your phone, printer cartridges, gas for your car, etc. Let's not forget to calculate these costs into our fees. 3. Market Some level of market research is always helpful. What are others in your field charging? Our clients are smart and savvy and they will have done some research and seen other people's prices. While you don't have to charge the exact same prices, it will help you understand what kind of prices your ideal clients have most likely seen before coming to you. 4. Value Value-based pricing is the fourth strategy, and the one we'll spend some more time looking into in this chapter. It's a combination of all four pricing strategies, our Unique Value Proposition, and the outcomes we promise to our clients. You Are Worth More Than Just Your Time When you price your services based on time units, you get underpaid. And you develop a very unhealthy relationship with time. Time really is money when you're only getting paid for your time! #vulnerabilityalert My early years in business were a constant juggle between taking care of our boys, managing the house, and trying to build a business. I felt like I was never completely focused on one task. And of course I never had time for myself. I never had time, period. I was rushing the groceries, getting annoyed at people who seemed like they had time to waste, I was checking e-mails while the kids were doing their homework, and I wasn't fully there for my husband Tony either. Tempus fugit was my modus operandi. It was not until reading The Pursuit of Time and Money: Step into Radical Abundance and Discover the Secret to a Meaningful Prosperous Life by Sharon L. Spano that I realized that I had the same scarcity approach to time that I did to money. I highly recommend this book. It's based on thorough research, and Sharon explores the paradox of time and money from a human developmental lens that supports people in transformational change. So in this chapter we'll unpack this idea of value versus time. Because you bring so much more than just your time to your clients. You have experience, tools, IP (intellectual property), and you're delivering outcomes. And that doesn't have anything to do with time . . . But, we'll start with the easy part: your pragmatic costs. Calculate Your Pragmatic Costs In order to get to a price that's based on value, it's still a good idea to start by calculating your costs. You need to figure out approximately how much it's going to cost you to deliver what you're doing for your clients. So let's think about the different costs you incur when working on a client project. Used Time There it is again. Of course, you'll be spending time on your client. But it's not just time that you spend working directly with the client. For example, if you're giving a ninety-minute workshop, you will have to prepare for that workshop. You have to research the client's industry and prepare the PowerPoint slides, worksheets, or handouts. All of this takes your time. It's simple math: time used x your hourly rate. You need to run those numbers so that you know the total cost in terms of time used. Paid Time If you have an assistant or other employees, add their time x their hourly rate to the cost. Lost Time If you're traveling to the client's location, or another venue, you should also take into consideration the time that you've lost. To take our example of the ninety-minute workshop again, if you're running it online, then it really only takes you ninety minutes, plus approximatively twenty minutes for setting up the call. But if you have to travel to another city, you lose at least half a day, if not the full day. Because instead of working on another client, you're spending the day in transit, maybe prepping for the workshop. This is a cost that you should include in your price. Overhead Costs As the owner of a small business, even if it's a micro business, you have overhead costs. I'm thinking of your monthly rent, taxes, insurance, office supplies, and utilities (phone bill, electricity, etc). Of course you can't calculate these costs to the penny; that's why we often just think of overhead costs as a flat fee. The important thing is that you see that you have these expenses. Because if you forget to work them into your prices, you'll always end up with the short end of the stick. Tools You Need to Run Your Business As online business owners, we usually don't have big rents and other infrastructure to take into consideration. However, there are quite a lot of costs involved in keeping the “lights on” online. Here's my list of monthly expenses towards tools, hosting, and other web related things: Hosting (website, podcast, videos): • Siteground • Amazon S3 • Libsyn • Vimeo • Kajabi Security (password and website): • Roboform • Vaultpress Client work: • Acuity Scheduling • Zoom Podcast: • Descript Accounting: • Receipt Bank Social Media: • Post Planner We don't calculate our pragmatic costs because we want to include them in our proposals. They are for our eyes only. Evaluate Your Intangible Value [Growth] Okay, we're going from the left-brain territory (costs) to the right brain territory (feelings). The way I see it, value-based pricing is this dance between those two brain hemispheres. Yes, we want to know our pragmatic numbers and costs, but now we also need to address the area that is a bit more difficult to measure. I once attended a round table with a bunch of really smart people discussing the topic “what gets measured and what doesn't get measured.” The think tank discussed questions like: • What values, behaviors, and things do we tend to measure? What don't we? • Why do we measure what we do? • What are values, behaviors, or other qualities we could measure but do not? What was fascinating to me was the conclusion that we're facing a paradox in this twenty-first century. On one hand, there is an explosion in data and measurement. Artificial intelligence, algorithms, and robots are all the results of this attention to facts, figures, and statistics. This data can be used for good, or for evil. On the other hand, we're also seeing a trend toward favoring nonmeasurable qualities. In his book A Whole New Mind, author Daniel H. Pink writes, “We've progressed from a society of farmers to a society of factory workers to a society of knowledge workers. And now we're progressing yet again—to a society of creators and empathizers, of pattern recognizers and meaning makers.” How do you measure empathy, purpose, and meaning? I've always disliked working with “aggressive” business income goals. They just never worked for me as I was not motivated to work harder just to get to that certain monthly or yearly goal. But that was another thing you just did in business. In December, you had to sit down and come up with your new income goal for the next year. The manifesting people took it even a step further and came up with mantras that you were supposed to repeat in order to attract that magical goal. Again, it never worked for me and instead was cause for frustration and self-doubt. So at the end of 2018, my friend Valérie and I decided that we were not going to work with business goals anymore. Instead, we wanted to measure our success in joy and the difference we make with our work. How do we measure that? Well, the happiness of our clients is one statistic we can look at. Referral rates are another. Our own happiness of course as well, reflected in our nightly gratitude journal. But as you can see, this area is less black-and-white, less numbers and more feelings related. This was a long-winded intro to intangible value. Another way to explain intangible value is the value that you give to your clients, but it's invisible right now. So on one hand you have your tangible value that's visible to your client right now. For example, the time you spend on Zoom with them, the “Done for You” LinkedIn profile, the copy for your new website, etc. But now let's get into the intangible or invisible value. I'll leave you with a Cliffhanger here... This excerpt is from Part 2: KNOWING, Chapter 6: Calculate Your Worth If what you heard today resonates with you and made you curious about the book, I invite you to get your copy of the new Selling Like You're Human book at humane.marketing/book2. You can also download the whole 1st chapter for free to see if it resonates. And I'm also planting a seed about my 'Marketing Like We're Human' program that I'll run in its live edition starting at the end of January 2022. This is where we take all these concepts from the two books as well as the 7Ps of Humane Marketing to a much much deeper level in an intimate group learning experience. Find out more at www.humane.marketing/program Get your copy of the 'Selling Like We're Human' book ! Get the new Selling Like We're Human book HERE! 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Today's conversation between Griffin Jones, Dr. Milroy, Dr. Supogay, and Dr. Yanni explores the overlap between clinical operations and marketing. The fact of the matter is, you cannot totally separate them. More often than not, when our clients first come to us, they aren't able to fit more patients into their system so we first have to work on clinical operation efficiency before driving more patients through the door. In this episode we explore: The REI bottleneck and how to optimize your REI's time Referral patterns from other professionals in your community How patients choose an REI Why OBGYN education improves the quality of patients Visit engagedmd.com/IRH for 25% off your implementation fee. Guests: Dr. Milroy: LinkedIn: http://linkedin.com/in/colleen-milroy-37a45ba1 Colleen Milroy, MD, FACOG is a board-certified Obstetrician gynecologist, and board certified Reproductive Endocrinologist and Infertility physician. She currently leads the Billings Clinic Reproductive Medicine group serving the state Montana, parts of Wyoming, North Dakota and South Dakota. Dr. Supogay: LinkedIn: http://linkedin.com/in/anna-sapugay-md-facog-66932714 Anna Sapugay, MD, FACOG is a board-certified obstetrician gynecologist who practices in Northern California's East Bay Area. She currently serves on the Compensation Committee, Strategic Oversight Committee and Anti-Racism Working Group. Sutter Health is a not-for-profit healthcare delivery system that operates 24 hospitals and over 200 clinics in Northern California. Dr. Yanni: LinkedIn: http://linkedin.com/in/leanne-yanni-md-9b6117194 Dr. Leanne Yanni serves as Vice President Medical Affairs, Richmond Market, Bon Secours Mercy Health and the Chief Medical Officer of St. Mary's and Richmond Community Hospitals. She is board certified in both Internal Medicine and Hospice & Palliative Medicine. Website: https://www.hsph.harvard.edu/mhcm/
Last week I got to participate in a great summit and seeing it was in the USA it meant lovely 3am starts for me for 3 days straight. The big attraction was the strategic alliances and opportunities to create some new amazing partnerships with people from around the globe and widen the circles. Like with any event you have a wide array of businesses and experience, but what surprised me was how different the top people at building relationships were vs the others. There were 3 huge mistakes that I saw over and over and over again, so I thought it would be valuable to share these with you, so if you were doing them you could stop right now. Getting referral partners, leveraging through partnerships, growing your networks with people who can promote you, has always been the fastest, cheapest and most reliable way to grow a business. When humans come together to help one another there can be some real magic that takes place. Unfortunately, too many make these 3 mistakes and therefore don't get the opportunities that are sitting on the table ready for them to take. The simple question after listening that you need to ask yourself is.... How can I do this better? If you loved the episode, it would be amazing if you could share it to another handful of people or even leave a review on your favourite podcast platform.. And remember don't forget to subscribe to us on... ITunes Spotify YouTube Google Play Come & Get Daily Tips and Tricks To Getting More Referrals Into Your Business - The #1 Free FB Group For Consultants – The Consultants Tribe How GREAT Are Your Referral and Client Retention Strategies In Your Business? Do The Scorecard To Find Out Right Here
Affiliate relationships are a powerful way to monetize your podcast. As you incorporate these deals into your show, you need to do it properly to win big and stay out of trouble. As a full disclosure, let me start by saying I am not offering financial or legal advice. This is information I've collected over the years and simply sharing with you. WHAT TO ENDORSE Only be an affiliate for products you love. You should really only endorse products you've actually used. It is illegal to say you've used a product if you have not. You can still promote it. But while promoting the product or service, you cannot imply that you have use it if you have not. If I am endorsing Wendy's french fries, I cannot tell you they are delicious if I haven't actually eaten them. I can tell you they come with a money back guarantee, are sprinkled with sea salt and are on sale. Those are facts that have nothing to do with consumption. The best way to stay out of trouble here is to be selective with your affiliate partners. Choose partners of products and services you use. This will help you be honest as you are promoting your partner. If you look at my resources page at www.PodcastTalentCoach.com/jv, you will find a list of products and services I recommend. This includes everything from Hindenburg Journalist to edit your show to LeadPages to host your landing pages. The products and services on this page are things I actually use for my podcast and business. I know the quality of each. On the page, I even say, "I recommend them, because I use them and I know they have worked for me." WHERE TO FIND PARTNERS So, where do you find good partners? There are many sites that have joint venture and affiliate offerings. These include JVZoo.com, ClickBank.com, Shopify, Amazon and more. However, I don't recommend you start here. It is like trying to find a fishing boat in the ocean. The marketplace is just too big. Instead, start with the products and services you use and love. Start with 2 or 3. Visit the website of the product or service. See if they have an affiliate program. For instance, I use Host Gator to host my website. I am also an affiliate for Host Gator. If you visit HostGator.com, you will see "affiliates" in the top menu. When you click on that, you are taken to a page that says, "Partner with us and earn cash." Companies like this want you to promote them. You become part of their sales force. You can also email the product creator directly and ask if they have an affiliate program. Maybe they haven't thought about it, but would be willing to create a partnership for you. It never hurts to ask. Events like Collaborate are a great way to meet potential JV partners. You can find details on the event through my affiliate link on the website at www.PodcastTalentCoach.com/collaborate. GETTING PAID Read the terms of the agreement. How long does it take to get paid? What method of payment do they use? What happens if a buyer asks for a refund? This will all be in the terms. There are many ways to get paid when you are an affiliate. You can get paid a percentage of the purchase price or a flat fee for a referral. Referral fees typically come from a coaching program or a program with various levels. You can also get paid once. This typically happens when you are an affiliate for a product. You can get paid a recurring fee. This will often happen with a membership or subscription. It is also possible to get paid on multiple levels each time someone that you've referred buys the upsell. For instance, you might be an affiliate for a $200 workshop where you earn 50% of the registration fee. So, you make $100. During the workshop, the host may make an offer for his program that sells for $1000 per year. If there is a second tier deal in place, you may also make an affiliate commission on this $1000 purchase. You will only know how the deal is structured if you read the terms. Affiliate fees are usually higher for products and things that require little time from the owner. This might be a course or physical product. Courses often come with a 50% affiliate commission. Sometimes even higher. If the program requires a lot of time from the creator, such as an event or live coaching, the affilate commission will be lower. It is typically around 20% or a flat fee. It really depends on the work required by the owner of the content. Affiliate relationships can really be stuctured in a variety of ways. There is no typical affiliate deal. It is simply an agreement designed to benefit everyone involved. DISCLOSURE There is one thing to be sure you understand. That is disclosure. The Federal Trade Commission has been active lately when it comes to enforcing disclosure statements for podcasters, brands and companies in the digital world. If digital marketers use endorsement ads to deceive consumers, they could face very steep fines. Now, you are probably saying that you would never intentionally deceive your listeners. However, you may inadvertantly make statements, or more likely forget to make statements, that could be misleading. According to a recent letter to businesses, the FTC says the blurring of the lines between authentic content and advertising has led to an explosion in deceptive endorsements across the marketplace. More than 700 companies have receive letters from the FTC indicating the companies could face significant fines if they don't follow the rules. These fines can be up to $43,792 per violation. The FTC doesn't mess around. The letters states, "FTC staff is not singling out your company or suggesting that you have engaged in deceptive or unfair conduct. We are widely distributing similar letters and the notice to large companies, top advertisers, leading retailers, top consumer product companies, and major advertising agencies." DECEPTION The letter lists a variety of practices that the FTC has determined to be unfair or deceptive. These include: falsely claiming an endorsement by a third party; misrepresenting whether an endorser is an actual, current, or recent user; using an endorsement to make deceptive performance claims; and misrepresenting that the experience of endorsers represents consumers' typical or ordinary experience. This is what we talked about earlier. You can't say something tastes great if you haven't actually tasted it. You must also make it clear that you are receiving compensation to endorse a product or service. Listeners must know you are an affiliate. Compensation doesn't always mean monetary compensation. If you are receiving anything of value, including exposure, you must disclose it. Your disclosure doesn't need to be like the end of a car ad where you mumble a whole bunch of words people can't understand. Just simply let your listeners know you have a relationship with your partner, but you promote it because you love it. To help businesses navigate the rules, the FTC has created multiple resources for business to ensure that they are following the law when using endorsements to advertise their products and services. Read the FTC's Endorsement Guides at www.PodcastTalentCoach.com/FTC. GOOD DEALS There are many good affiliate deals to be had. You just need to approach those products and services you love. See what is possible and start generating some cash. If you don't have a mentor who can take your hand and walk you every step of the way, go to www.PodcastTalentCoach.com/apply, click the button and apply to have a chat with me. We will develop your plan and see how I can help and support you to achieve your podcast goals.
An interview with Dr. Sarah Linke, Associate Clinical Professor at UC San Diego.A lot of times we get stuck in healthcare talking to [patients] about how they can prevent cardiovascular disease in 30 years. Well, that's not relevant to them today. There's always tomorrow to exercise to prevent that from happening in 30 years. But how do we focus, how do we train them to focus on those immediate rewards that they can get? Which would be more energy, improved mood, decreased anxiety, decreased stress, all of these things that happen immediately, that would keep people exercising, and then in the long run would also prevent disease.Dr. Sarah LinkeExercise as a prevention toolTraining physicians in motivational interviewingTraining physicians in framing exercise as relevant Warm handoff to health coachesAddressing the trust gap with community-based health & fitness professionalsImplementation scienceProviding the best patient careTechnology as a facilitator for physician exercise referrals https://www.movetolivemore.com/https://www.linkedin.com/company/move-to-live-more@MovetoLiveMore
Arizona Broker/Owner Shawn Malkou is a professional YouTuber with tens of millions of views. Making six figures from YouTube before even graduating college, Shawn has years of experience to share. Shawn discusses how video marketing can enhance the background of your existing clients and help you develop a special bond with potential referrals before ever shaking hands or picking up the phone. Starting out making and streaming video walkthroughs for children's games such as Minecraft and Roblox, Shawn graduated college with a career, but he didn't want to do that for the rest of his life. After being recruited while coaching beach volleyball part-time, Shawn brought his passion and knowledge for YouTube to the mortgage wholesale industry. YouTube is an incredible tool at a mortgage broker's disposal, but few have unlocked its true potential like Shawn. Just like Facebook and Instagram, YouTube can bring new eyes to your product. Still, unlike other social media platforms, YouTube is the perfect place to build better relationships with your current customers as well. "Everyone tries to do it backward. They start YouTube to try and get business when that's the opposite. You want to start YouTube to improve your existing business." Home loans are a confusing and intricate process. Whenever a borrower asks a question or seems confused, write it down and make a video about it. Shawn has produced videos such as "What does this mean on an LE?", "What does the trade cooling-off period mean?" and "What's APR?". Some parts of the process cannot be explained over the phone or translated well through email. Shawn will save hours by having ready-to-go videos available for clients past, present, and future to avoid meeting in person for one-on-one walkthroughs. Shawn also shares tips for those reluctant or stressed about getting the video gear or being comfortable in front of the camera. Don't worry about looking silly or the equipment; just focus on the content. Go out to help people, and success will follow. “YouTube is where people come to learn,” Shawn says. As long as the content is educational, it doesn't matter how long your video is. It can take years to get entirely comfortable in front of the camera, so try and focus on getting a little bit better every day. Ask friends, family, and clients what they liked or didn't like about a particular video, and make adjustments for the next effort down the line. Eventually, you'll have an entire catalog of content that acts as an organic referral funnel. Clients will share with their friends and family how beneficial your YouTube videos were during their experience, and potential homeowners will find your content and go out of their way to seek you out. The bottom line, YouTube is just another way to show why Brokers Are Better. You get to lean into your individuality and build a bond with homeowners that they can't get with big bank call centers. YouTube can be an automated marketing tool that bolsters every aspect of your business; however, it requires the same care and respect as processes, procedures, and pipeline management. And while it can be easy to get overwhelmed, Shawn suggests keeping it simple. “Take your phone, turn it sideways, hit the record button, and you're going to get phenomenal videos people are going to watch on YouTube." Notes: Intro to The Wholesale Channell (2:08)YouTube 101 (5:15)Coming Up With Content (8:30)Camera Equipment & Editing (12:02)Metrics & Goals (21:36)Advice (29:14) This episode is sponsored by Homepoint Financial.
Meet Alessandra Colaci, the VP of Marketing at Mailshake, an email automation and sales engagement platform that helps people make great first impressions with their prospects at scale through cold outreach. Alessandra's 15-year digital marketing career spans from B2B SaaS to B2C eCommerce.In this episode, you'll hear about a LinkedIn initiative Alessandra has led for the last six months that not only gets her employees involved, but also excited about posting valuable content for their audience. You'll learn what successful posting looks like, why it's important to have an internal advocate on every team you want to activate, and the tangible and intangible results obtained from this initiative. Enjoy!Notes- 01:40 Reaching People Who Haven't Opted In- 02:10 Engaging With the Sales Audience on LinkedIn- 03:05 Enabling Employees To Post on Their LinkedIn Profiles- 06:00 Activating and Encouraging New Sales Hires To Post- 06:45 What Successful Posting Looks Like- 07:55 LinkedIn Training and the Ideal Posting Frequency- 10:20 The Benefits of No Posting Expectations or Guidelines- 11:35 Intangible Benefits From This Initiative- 16:00 Data-Focused Marketers and the Dark Funnel- 19:30 What's Next for This Initiative- 21:10 Leadership Challenges: Deeply Understanding the Audience- 22:20 Lightning Questions
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Colorado and Washington became the first states to fully legalize the recreational use of marijuana back in 2012. Since then, many states have followed. Although marijuana is usually a natural and non-harmful drug, researchers do not know the effect THC can have on a fetus during the prenatal period or on infants during breastfeeding. As a start, researchers set out to understand how much THC is excreted in breast milk and for how long. Today, I am happy to be speaking with my colleagues, Dr. Maya Bunik & Dr. Erica Wymore. Dr. Bunik is the Medical Director for our Child Health Clinic and is a Professor for General Pediatrics at the University of Colorado School of Medicine. Dr. Wymore is a Neonatologist here at Children's. She is also an Assistant Professor for Pediatrics Neonatology at the University of Colorado School of Medicine. Resources cited in this episode: Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment - Healthcare Provider Resources Marijuana: Health care provider resources | Department of Public Health & Environment (colorado.gov) 1(800) CHILDREN will connect patients with substance use disorder resources Alcohol and Substance Abuse Screening, Brief Intervention, Referral to Treatment (SBIRT) - Online Training — SBIRT Colorado Do you have thoughts about today's episode or suggestions for a future topic? Write to us, chartingpediatrics@Childrenscolorado.org.
Becoming a member of a Referral Passing group can be a huge payoff to your networking efforts… Or it could be a giant waste of time. Join Debby and Greg as they discuss the benefits of these types of groups and the process you should follow to maximize your chances of success. Resources: - 52 Connection Tips, http://52ConnectionTips.com Groups Mentioned: - Business Network International (BNI) - https://www.bni.com/ Comments: https://www.facebook.com/TheReluctantNetworker/ https://www.facebook.com/connextnation/ Listen for: [0:30] All hail the Apple Princess! [3:30] Know your target market [5:15] Is it the right type of group? [8:05] Meet with a member or one of the leadership [10:50] Visit and talk [13:35] Visit a second time [14:10] Other considerations: Time and budget [18:10] Other requirements you might experience More Information: If you'd like more information about our virtual training programs, go to: https://www.connextnation.com/mini-course/ "Porch Swing Days - faster" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/3rdgennetworking/message
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Do me a favor... when you think about ending the year referral stronger think longer term than just the next 45 days. Think about how what you do now could have an impact on next year and the next five years. Specifically what you can do now and through the next year to make your business more referable. That's the key and where you really need to focus if you want more referrals. That's how you end the year referral stronger. All links mentioned in this episode can be found on the show notes page at www.staceybrownrandall.com/179.
In this episode of the Duct Tape Marketing Podcast, I'm doing part two of a solo show series on where I'm going to be covering one of my favorite topics: referrals. You can catch the first episode of the referral generation series here.
Author of The Referral Magnet and Lawton Marketing Agency Founder. Kelly Edwards and her award-winning team have been representing the top financial advisors and firms throughout all fifty states for the last decade. In The Referral Magnet, Kelly Edwards shares the formula for generating more referrals than ever before, all without asking for them. Her proven approach has been used by successful advisors all over the country to become more referable and make small but impactful changes in how they operate. Leave Some Feedback: Who should we have on the show next? Please let us know in the comments below Did you enjoy the episode? If so, please leave a short review. Connect with Us: TheHowtoEntrepreneur.com Instagram Twitter LinkedIn Today's Sponsors: JavaPresse Coffee Company - #1 Rated Coffee Grinder on Amazon (Free Grinder in Link) SANESolution - Harvard Medical endorsed body & mind health framework American Dream U - Transitioning veteran professionals
On Thursday, October 21st, the House of Representatives voted to hold Steve Bannon in Contempt of Congress and referred him to the Department of Justice for criminal prosecution. All eyes now turn to the Bannon Indictment Watch. Fortunately, there is precedent on this precise issue: in 1983, Congress voted to hold EPA official Rita Lavelle in contempt of Congress, referred her for prosecution and, just 9 days later, the US Attorney's Office for the District of Columbia had the grand jury indict Ms. Lavelle for contempt of Congress. This historical precedent proves that justice need not be delayed. Attorney General Merrick Garland should take note of this historical precedent and move swiftly toward indicting Steve Bannon for the crime he inarguably committed. For our Team Justice and Justice Matters merchandise shop, please visit: https://shop.spreadshirt.com/glennkirschner/ Please consider becoming a #TeamJustice patron at: https://www.patreon.com/glennkirschner My podcast, "Justice Matters with Glenn Kirschner" can be downloaded where you get your podcasts. To subscribe to the podcast: https://link.chtbl.com/JusticeMatters Follow me on: Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/glennkirschner2 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/glennkirschner2 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/glennkirschner2 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Tonight on the Last Word: The Jan. 6 Select Committee is threatening criminal contempt, jail time and fines to enforce subpoenas. Also, Deputy Treasury Secretary Wally Adeyemo debunks myths about President Biden's tax enforcement plan. Plus, the White House urges Democrats to strike a deal on the Biden agenda. Former President Clinton is hospitalized with a non-Covid infection and is “on the mend.” And Donald Trump will be questioned under oath about a 2015 incident between protesters and Trump Tower security. Rep. Jamie Raskin, Jennifer Palmieri, Paul Butler, Anat Shenker-Osario, Steve Patterson and Tim O'Brien also join Lawrence O'Donnell.