In this episode of Agency Freedom Podcast, James talks with Don And Roe Polczynski, founders of RD Advisory Group and the Agency CFO program. Learn more about RD Advisory Group. Visit the Agency Freedom website to join the email list, sign up to be a potential guest on the show, and never miss an episode. Join the Agency Freedom Podcast Facebook Group. Email email@example.com with ideas, questions, complaints, or your favorite grilling recipe.
We're all over the after-hours action in Snap, Intel and more as Q3 earnings season kicks into high gear. Plus one analyst says Macy's has the potential to unlock huge value if it spins off its e-commerce platform as Jana Partners suggests. Where he says the stock could be going from here.
The LinkedIn messaging platform is not the most friendly tool to do some outreach. However, for most sales partners and consultants, this is the platform they get most of their leads. In this episode, you are going to learn one tactic to double your responses on LinkedIn, how to use other native functions and where to find more information to expand your network. Links 346 - Show Notes Take the Accelerated Pulse Check! Masterclass Accelerated Sales Program Connect With Paul On LinkedIn On Facebook On Twitter: @BuildLiveGive On Instagram: @paulhigginsmentoring Email: Paul@paulhigginsmentoring.com Thank You for Tuning In!
Join our network at www.Bulletproof.Dental to stay in the know on all things Bulletproof! Bulletproof Dental Practice Podcast Episode 216 Hosts: Dr. Peter Boulden & Dr. Craig Spodak Key Takeaways:Intro Take ActionProfitability Own A Business Not Just A Practice References: Mighty network: Bulletproof Dental Practice Summit 2022 Bulletproof Discounts Tweetables: Gross really doesn't matter. -Dr. Peter Boulden You cannot shrink your way to greatness. -Dr. Peter Boulden Audit where you are with your expenses. -Dr. Peter Boulden Assets are the best thing by far, ever. -Dr. Craig Spodak Begin with the end in mind and start training yourself. -Dr. Peter Boulden Don't conflate a business valuation with an iconic producer. -Dr. Craig Spodak It feels good when you know your strengths and weaknesses. -Dr. Craig Spodak
Asia Corbett, Head of Revenue and Community Operations for RevGenius, stops by to talk with Brad on this episode of Decision Point. From financial impacts, to the simple day-to-day stuff, Asia explains the importance of RevOps in the everchanging SaaS landscape. Along the way we learn how Asia ended up in Operations and what other setbacks helped lead her on her journey to where she is today.
Here's what is happening in the markets today, Thursday, October 21st.- The DOW and Bitcoin made new all-time highs yesterday- Earnings Season is in full swing: 70 S&P 500 companies have reported results and 86% beat expectations- Tesla (TSLA) reported record revenue and profit for the third quarter- IBM beat estimates but revenue fell below analyst forecasts. IBM is down 5% in premarket trading.- PayPal (PYPL) has reportedly offered $45B to buy Pinterest (PINS).- Donald Trump is launching his own social media platform called "TRUTH Social," This wraps up today's stock market news.If you enjoyed the "Stock Market Today" episode, make sure to subscribe to this podcast. And for more stock market news, visit https://rockwelltrading.com.#todaysstockmarket #stockmarkettoday #stockmarket
Jeff is the Founder and Managing Partner of Chapter One, an early-stage venture capital fund with a focus on product. He previously served as the VP of Product and Revenue at Tinder as it became the #1 top grossing app in the App Store and one of the top grossing products in mobile history. Jeff's investments have included Cameo, Compound, Dapper Labs, Lambda School, Lyft, Mercury, Pipe, Ro, Roam Research, Superhuman, and many others. Follow him on Twitter @jmj. [2:18] - How Jeff's early career moves led him to discover his passion for products [6:32] - The art of asking for what you want in life [12:45] - Finding the right startups to join or invest in [16:34] - Transitioning from a world of physical serendipity to digital serendipity [20:11] - Jeff's takeaways from beginning his career in Kansas City [24:21] - Jeff's love for writing [27:07] - The pros and cons of building in public and having an online presence [35:36] - The importance of overcoming rejection and leaning into the underdog role [39:15] - How Jeff discovered crypto in 2013 and his current perspective on the space [43:03] - Why Dapper Labs and ENS domains are interesting [50:04] - Chapter One's investment approach and the future of the fund --- Support the show by checking out my sponsors: Join Levels and get personalized insights to learn about your metabolic health. Go to https://levels.link/jake. --- https://homeofjake.com
We're about to listen to a fresh take on marketing your business, tune in to revamp your own “marketing” plan (if it's even called that after this episode). Episode Introduction: Our guest today has mastered the 4.0 version of themself and will be sharing all about their journey of going from being a photographer for America's wealthiest families to now coaching small business owners to find their way around entrepreneurship. Dive in for tons of value and brand new perspectives. Episode Summary: Jeffrey Shaw is a photographer, an author, a podcaster, a speaker, a business coach and so much more. He walks us through his journey of transitioning from a photographer to a business coach and why he never tied himself down to a niche. With fun stories, action steps, and mind-blowing concepts, this episode is a true eye-opener about aligning your values with marketing in your business. Main Takeaways: The energy of your words is extremely crucial. Be careful in the words you use not just with others, but also with yourself. Every time the rate of unemployment goes up so does the rate of self-employment. Individuals with million-dollar businesses can still be struggling to meet their monthly expenses. Revenue alone is not an indicator of a business's health. You're allowed to have and monetize more than one interest. Start working on increasing your visibility (and searchability) as early on in your business as you can. The three tiers to getting published are: Tier One: Submit and get published. Tier Two: Content gets edited before being published. Tier Three: Become a contributing writer. Tier Four: Having a dedicated column. It's important to stay true to why you started and always recentre to your values in business. When you become vocal about your values, it does a beautiful job at attracting clients who are aligned with those values. Believe that you deserve to move on to the next level - do the inner work to eliminate your mindset blocks. Know your core brand messaging in and out - create a standout statement. Recommended Resources: Zconomy: How Gen Z Will Change the Future of Business—and What to Do About It by Denise Villa and Jason Dorsey Self-Employed Business Institute by Jeffrey Shaw: https://www.jeffreyshaw.com/self-employed-business-institute Take the Self-Employed Assessment: https://selfemployedassessment.com/ Fun Facts About Jeffrey Shaw: Help us mentor other entrepreneurs through the power of storytelling by rating us and leaving a positive review on Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/law-chat-with-girija/id1528580730 Get the FREE Five Day Legal Audit: https://yourcontractbuddy.com/5-day-free-legal-audit-challenge/ Join Law Chat for Entrepreneurs Free Facebook Community: https://www.facebook.com/groups/449334726047480 Find Jeffrey Shaw: Website: https://jeffreyshaw.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jeffreyshaw/ Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-self-employed-life/id891146236 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/JeffreyShawAuthor LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jeffreyshawauthor/ Get the visual experience, watch the videocast for the episode here: https://youtu.be/4RzPXji7sMc Connect With Girija: Website: https://www.gbplaw.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/gbplaw/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GBPLaw/ Get Ready To Use Contact Templates At: https://yourcontractbuddy.com/
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On today's episode, Kunle is joined by Joseph Heller, Founder & CEO of The/Studio and Supplied, California-based platforms offering on-demand product creation/manufacturing and all-in-one wholesale solutions to small businesses.We all know either heard of or even come across Live selling on social media. More and more businesses are leveraging the rising popularity of social selling. While it may not be huge in the US just yet, it's already super popular in many other parts of the world. Setting up an online store is easy, but finding the best products at the right price is easier said than done. Even once you have found a suitable product for your niche, getting it directly from manufacturers is extremely difficult. You have to do due diligence, face minimum order quantities and handle shipping/customs. While big businesses have entire teams to work through these challenges, the smaller businesses get left behind.In this episode, Kunle and Joseph talk about how small businesses can easily source products in smaller quantities from China. You will also get to hear about why Social Selling on Facebook Live could be the next big thing in eCommerce . This is a great episode for marketers and business owners.-----------SPONSORS:This episode is brought to you by:Klaviyo This episode is brought to you by Klaviyo – a growth marketing platform that powers over 25,000 online businesses. Direct-to-Consumer brands like ColourPop, Huckberry, and Custom Ink rely on Klaviyo.Klaviyo helps you own customer experience and grow high-value customer relationships right from a shopper's first impression through to each subsequent purchase, Klaviyo understands every single customer interaction and empowers brands to create more personalized marketing moments.Find out more on klaviyo.com/2x. RewindThis episode is brought to you by Rewind - the #1 Backup and Recovery App for Shopify and BigCommerce stores that powers over 80,000 online businesses.Direct-to-Consumer brands like Gymshark and MVMT Watches rely on Rewind.Cloud based ecommerce platforms like Shopify and BigCommerce do not have automatic backup features. Rewind protects your store against human error, misbehaving apps, or collaborators gone bad with Automatic backups!For a free 30-day trial, Go to Rewind Backups, reach out to the Rewind team via chat or email and mention '2x ecommerce'GorgiasThis episode is brought to you by Gorgias, the leading helpdesk for Shopify, Magento and BigCommerce merchants. Gorgias combines all your communication channels including email, SMS, social media, livechat, and phone, into one platform.This saves your team hours per day & makes managing customer orders a breeze. It also integrates seamlessly with your existing tech stack, so you can access customer information and even edit, return, refund or create an order, right from your helpdesk.Go to Gorgias.com and mention 2x ecommerce podcast for two months free.CloudwaysCloudways is the hosting platform of choice for thousands of ecommerce merchants, SMBs, and agencies all around the globe. They offer a high-performing custom stack, top-notch security, the choice between 5 cloud solution providers, ease of scalability, affordable pricing plans, and so much more.Cloudways also offers support for all PHP-based applications like Magento, WooCommerce, WordPress, Laravel, and others.Experience an unbeatable managed cloud hosting experience with Cloudways today. For a $20 Free Hosting Credit use the Coupon code: **BOOSTMAG**
In this episode of the Cabinet Maker Profit System podcast, Dominic Rubino reflects on a recent conversation he had with a new client, discussing the value of woodworking, the difference between profits and sales, the importance of finding the right customer, strategic planning, profit leaks, and more.
HIGHLIGHTS02:18 Marine biology to get away from people and an analytical mindset in sales09:28 Two fundamental fears: The fear of change and wanting to stay in the tribe15:48 Calling out people's fears and being authentic to be confident22:17 Don't compare your behind-the-scenes with someone's highlights26:14 Sales professionals have high activity levels and do the actual work28:58 Jason's daily and bedtime routine to show up his best36:01 A Progress Board reminds you how far you've come and your worth39:44 A leader with a vision enrolls others and serves them 41:53 Driven to play his own game and defining success by helping others45:00 Connect with JasonQUOTES09:48 "There's two things fundamentally that drive us. One is the fear of change and making a mistake that might kill us... (and) the reason we have survived and thrived and dominated the crap out of this planet for good and for evil is because we've done it together."19:10 "If you don't know how to wield it or why you're doing it, that's not going to work. So the key for that confidence is the authentic part which is, why are you in sales? What do you want to accomplish for you? What are your goals? And then, who are you? It's those strengths."25:11 "Set the benchmark and just understand that you got to figure out what game you're playing. Is it a short game or a long game? Are you playing a weekly game in your sales role? Are you playing a monthly game, a quarterly game, a yearly game, a daily game?"33:46 "Figure out when you want to get up so that you don't have to rush into your day and then work backwards and say, okay, this one... I need to go to bed at like 10:30 so that I can make that happen."36:41 "I made a progress board, which is actually now six pieces of paper on the wall.And it is a compilation and snapshots and snippets and clips of essentially what I have done... to remind you how far you've come and to remind yourself and not listen to the primal part of your brain and say, I am good at what I do."You can learn more about Jason and follow him in the links below.LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/jascut/Website - https://www.jasoncutter.com/Email - firstname.lastname@example.orgIf you're listening to the Peak Performance Selling Podcast, please subscribe, share, and send us your feedback.LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/jordanbenjamin/Website - http://mycoreos.com/Podcast - https://www.mycoreos.com/podcastEmail - Jordan@MyCoreOS.comTwitter - https://twitter.com/jbenj09
This week we are so excited to invite Jason Waz, PT from NeuPTTech back to our podcast. First and foremost a private practice owner, Jason was the first one to trial and test the Neubie E-Stim technology. Not only does this tech change lives in a big way, but it will set your practice way out from the crowd. Don't keep running your practice like it's the 1990's! Pre-PPS Deal from the Podcast: Exclusive NEUBIE and HRV Bundle for PTs The NEUBIE Effect Guide: How to Improve Your Practice's Revenue, Referrals and Patient Outcomes Clinic Spotlights: Case Studies of PT Practices Using the NEUBIE
In this episode, Jake and Gino talk about the pros and cons of renting assets versus owning assets, and how this analogy compares to Term Life Insurance versus Whole Life Insurance. Below is one of the top misconceptions about Term Life vs. Whole Life. MYTH: It's better to buy term life insurance and invest the difference. BUSTED: Real Estate Investors know better than anyone that it is better to OWN than to RENT. Why rent your insurance when you can own it and benefit from the equity built inside your policy? You may have heard people suggest “buying term and investing the difference”, but investing in the market involves risk. As a Real Estate Investor, you're already taking a lot of risk. Does it really make sense to take risk with your safe money as well? With the specially-design of our Whole Life Insurance policies, you know the minimum, guaranteed value of your policy at any given year, as well as the minimum cash value you could borrow. There is no guessing game! Something that is simply not a luxury with “investing the difference”. Key Insights: 00:00 Owning property versus Renting property 01:25 Developing a 100 Year Investor Mindset 02:20 The Honey Bee: Creating Multiple Streams of Revenue 04:56 How to optimize your personal finances 07:09 Benefits of long-term personal financial engineering 09:08 Creating a legacy and generational wealth for your family 11:44 Your mindset matters and directly relates to your financial success Email email@example.com to get the PDF copy of The Honey Bee. Download our eBook on how you can leverage our Dual Asset Strategy to secure your financial future: https://100yearrei.com/ebook-download/ Let our Team run the numbers for you and see how we can help protect your financial future for generations to come. Schedule your consultation now: https://100yearrei.com/callnow/
Today we are super excited to have our second guest stop by the podcast. Randy Frisch is Co-Founder, CMO & President of Uberflip, and author of the excellent book F#ck Content Marketing: Focus on Content Experience to Drive Demand, Revenue & Relationships. We all know what content creation is, but are you familiar with Content Experience? The role of most content marketers is not necessarily associated with the distribution of the content. They're great at creating content at scale, however what's the point in investing in all that content if you don't use it? That's where content experience comes in. Tune-in to this episode to learn how to ensure all that content you've created is consumed by thinking strategically about the environment, structure, and ways we get people to engage in our content. About the Guest: Connect with Randy on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/frischrandy Follow Randy on Twitter: https://twitter.com/randyfrisch Learn more about Uberflip: https://www.uberflip.com Buy F#ck Content Marketing book: https://www.amazon.com/Content-Marketing-Experience-Revenue-Relationships-ebook/dp/B07NPDQR4F/ Follow the Hosts on LinkedIn: Jordan Henderson (Director of Revenue Operations) Brandon Redlinger (Sr. Director of Product Marketing) Jonathan Stevens (Sr. Marketing Operations & Automation Manager) Sponsored by: ringDNA | Transform your sales team into a high-performing revenue engine | www.ringDNA.com Explore the ringDNA Podcast Universe: Sales Enablement Podcast Selling with Purpose Podcast RevOps Podcast
The field of technology transfer looks different all over the world, and in today's episode I'm joined by Gilberto Medeiros Ribeiro, the Director of Innovation and Technology Transfer Coordination at UMFG, who is here to talk about the current technology transfer environment in Brazil. The field is faced with a number of challenges, including a high turnover rate, a federal aversion to funding basic science, and a lack of effective processes. Despite this, Gilberto's office is responsible for some impressive successes over the past few years, including the development of a vaccine and a mosquito trap, and a compounded annual growth in revenue of 25%. You can expect to walk away from this episode with a deeper understanding of the dynamic nature of technology transfer in a country that operates very differently to the United States, and for which the future is looking promising! In This Episode: [00:53] What Gilberto's career journey has consisted of up until today. [03:21] How Brazil's university system works. [04:47] Some of the key differences between the technology transfer field in Brazil in comparison to other parts of the world. [06:20] An example of the challenges with the technology transfer process in Brazil. [09:13] The Bayh-Dole Act, and how this differs from Brazil's equivalent. [10:13] Three ways that technology transfer offices are structured in Brazil. [11:51] Why having private employees to license technology is often better for technology transfer offices. [12:24] Benefits of licensing university technologies to companies that professors have started up (as a one-time deal). [14:21] A few of the perks of the Brazilian equivalent of the Bayh-Dole Act. [15:18] Challenges for cooperation between Brazilian universities and the private sector. [17:05] Gilberto explains how his office works with start-ups, and what this environment looks like currently, using an example. [19:30] Macro economic policies which have hindered innovation in Brazil in the past, and how this has changed recently. [21:12] How Gilberto feels about the future of technology transfer. [23:01] A positive impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. [23:30] Gilberto's opinion on IP rights and contracts in technology transfer in university settings. [24:55] Practices that Gilberto sees as critical to handling IP processes at universities. [27:35] How Gilberto's team at UMFG is structured. [29:10] The unexpected highlight of the past year for Gilberto and his team. [29:40] Revenue growth that Gilberto's office is experiencing, and some of their other impressive metrics. [32:58] Factors that Gilberto believes are vital to the success of technology transfer. [34:20] How Gilberto's office deals with foreign companies, and the percentage of patent filings that come from overseas. [36:29] Corporations that Gilberto's office has partnered with. [37:24] Gilberto shares some of the greatest success stories that have come from his office. [38:13] The main challenges that Gilberto's office is facing currently. [39:52] How the federal university programs in Brazil assist unrepresented groups in getting into universities. [41:04] Diversity in Gilberto's team, and the long road ahead for diversity in STEM field as a whole. [43:01] Brazil's version of AUTM. [44:11] Gilberto's view on credentialing, and how this differs from Brazil's view on it. [44:46] Three wishes that Gilberto has for the future of technology transfer. Find Gilberto: Email LinkedIn
At our 2021 Grand Summit Conference in Nashville, TN, we were lucky to have two awesome Summit members take the stage. directly following Brian Nolan's keynote on Cascading Change: Travis Ulrich, Co Owner & Director of Operations of Webfoot Painting and Ryan Parsons, Chief Solutions at the Brothers that Just Do Gutters. Today's episode highlights their moments sharing their Change Initiatives in front of the Summit group and gave insight on how this impacted their companies.
In today's solo episode, I'm going to share my behind the scenes over the last 12 months. I don't often talk about this but I'm going to talk about how I increased my revenue by an additional $225,636. In growing our businesses, we get so caught up in growing it versus growing yourself. This is what I am specifically sharing with you today - the top things I have been doing to improve myself internally that helped and allowed me to grow my business and revenue over the past year. I hope it helps you in your own business journey too.Business & Life Conversations Podcast Links:Australian Business Collaborative Facebook GroupAngela Henderson WebsiteAngela Henderson Active Business Facebook GroupAngela Henderson Facebook Business PageAngela Henderson Consulting Instagram
Episode 4 of the “What's in Your Toolbox?” special podcast series, introduces the International Survey on Revenue Administration or ISORA. The survey has evolved over time and is the largest database containing tax administration information available with more than a hundred and fifty participants. Developing the survey jointly through the ISORA partnership has meant that a single, common survey can be deployed to a larger group of tax administrations leading to more comparable data on tax administration. This episode explores how ISORA data is leveraged and the impact of the exercise on both tax administrations and capacity development providers.
BEERS: The guys are back on the road! We make the short trip to one of Providence's newest breweries, Moniker, to interview the masterminds behind it all: Jeff Goodno and Bryan Benedict. In this on-site interview, Jeff and Bryan discuss their past experiences on both the brewing and branding/sales side of the brewery process, and what ultimately led them to create a new venture together. We discuss the start-up of Moniker, why they chose a former auto body shop as their destination, and what they looked for in hiring their head brewer. We also discuss their partnership with Southern-style comfort-food joint Bucktown, their close proximity to a fellow brewery (and recent podcast guest) Beer on Earth, and what's next for Moniker. BUSINESS: Bitcoin is rallying back! After being clamped by China a few weeks back, $BTC is showing resilience in the face of adversity. Some believe this is due to the SEC approving a Bitcoin-related ETF (ProShares Bitcoin Strategy ETF) which starts trading Tuesday. Could this be a wise investment? In the world of sports betting, the state of New Jersey has eclipsed $1.01 billion in wagers in a single month, shattering the previous record of $966m. Revenue is up 40% from 2021! What's next for sports betting? BALLS: Rapid fire!! The Yankees were bounced from the MLB playoffs, and now it has come down to 4 teams; the Red Sox, Astros, Braves, and Dodgers - who takes the crown? Who is the best team in the AFC? The Raiders roar over the Broncos in their first game without Jon Gruden; are they legit again? Hockey and basketball are back, and the College Basketball AP Top 25 Poll is out; our guys give instant reactions. Thanks for listening! Remember to hit the follow button on Spotify, and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts. Join the conversation on Twitter and Instagram. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/beersbusinessandballs/support
A big hello from Portland, Oregon! Welcome to another episode of B2B Marketing & More with Pam. I have a fantastic guest today - Kristina Jaramillo, and she is the president of Personal ABM. Kristina is also the co-host of the Stop The Sales Drop podcast. Today we talk about where marketers can better help sales boost revenue. In this episode: What are some of the biggest challenges when working with sales? How can marketers help sales define the problems at hand? Regarding trends, what can marketers do to help the sales in the middle of the purchase funnel? What is the course of action if companies want to be incredibly successful with ABM implementation? Why is it important for sales reps to have their social media presence in order, and how can marketing help? How to get to know the sales team better and how can marketing help sales boost revenue. How should marketers structure their impact? What should success metrics look like on the marketing side? How should marketers quantify the marketing's contribution to sales and sales revenue? What is the number one thing marketers need to do if they want to start or initiate ABM with the sales team? Quotes from the episode: "There has to be a stage check-in all the time on their top tier accounts. The middle of the funnel and the end of the funnel focus should be on the top tier accounts. And whoever owns it just needs to be a team player with everyone else." "Sales needs more help in the middle to the bottom of the funnel. I think the marketing's got top of the funnel nailed. It's marketing's job and their duty to create content, create case studies, create an article, whatever it is, to push that further so that they can have that very personalized approach." ————— If you want to chat, reach out to any social media channels or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also join my Facebook community: Build Your Marketing Skills to Get Ahead. When you join, you get a free Starbucks on me. You can go to the Announcement tab and click on the barcode of the gift card.
In this episode of the Profit Tool Belt podcast, host Dominic Rubino walks through the Construction Millionaire Self-assessment, an exercise he recently presented at an industry conference, that you can use to identify your goals and get clear about how to achieve them.
Welcome to another episode of the Action and Ambition Podcast. Today's guest is Lavall Chichester, Founder at GrowthSkills.co, a learning platform and consultancy that assists brands in increasing revenue through Growth Marketing as well as skill training, developing, and hiring the best employees through their Learning IQ platform. They use SEO, Content Marketing, Paid Search, Paid Social, and email marketing to help you acquire clients and maximize their lifetime value. They specialize in digital cannabis and CBD marketing. He is also the CMO of JumpCrew and has more than 13 years of experience building digital marketing strategies for companies such as Western Union, Kaiser Permanente, Vitamin Water, and others. Lavall was named to AdAge's 2015 40 Under 40 list for growing MullenLowe Profero's search division into a multi-million dollar firm in less than a year. Let's listen to find out more!
We're a couple of weeks into 4th quarter 2010 (October-December), but it's not too late to make more money in this last quarter than you've made so far this year. No matter what your business, this week's podcast lays out a simple plan for you to CRUSH your goals for the year, rake in the revenue, and pile up profits. How great would it be to start 2022 with that amazing momentum? [00:45] Getting prepared for your 4th Quarter Miracle [01:12] Put the past in the past [02:39] Define your objective [03:14] Calendar your plan [03:38] Ray's Unpopular Ruthless Rules of Revenue [04:09] How to make a great offer? (Alex Hormozi's book) [05:06] High profit offers [06:05] The O.P.E.N. Scale [09:00] Frictionless Path To Paradise [09:40] Two elements you need to add to your offer: Urgency and Scarcity [11:00] The more offers you make, the more sales you make [12:32] Operation Money Magnet [14:28] Action Plan (Commit to the challenge, create a Money Magnet offer, market your offer EVERY DAY on EVERY MEDIUM) [16:07] Read the mind of your marketplace...with your calendar [20:31] Crafting your copy (same offer...different clothes) [20:57] Join my free copywriting community on Facebook Links From This Week's Episode $100M Offers: How To Make Offers So Good People Feel Stupid Saying No by Alex Hormozi How You Can Help Subscribe to the show in iTunes and give us a rating and review. Make sure you put your real name and website in the text of the review itself. We will definitely mention you on this show. We are also on Stitcher.com, so if you prefer Stitcher, please subscribe there. Connect with Ray on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram Visit Ray's community on Facebook – This is a friendly group of writers, entrepreneurs, and coaches who share ideas and helpful advice.
As a salesperson, you need to find the right people to talk to if you want to make progress and successfully complete a sale. But how do you determine your customer's criteria to choose one proposal over the other? Steve Gielda, from Ignite Selling, has the answer. During this episode, you will learn how to develop decision criteria, who are decision-makers in sales, and price is not the number one reason people buy from you. The takeaway here is that what is important is constructing information and what you do with it. Links 345 - Show Notes Take the Accelerated Pulse Check! Masterclass Accelerated Sales Program Connect With Paul On LinkedIn On Facebook On Twitter: @BuildLiveGive On Instagram: @paulhigginsmentoring Email: Paul@paulhigginsmentoring.com Thank You for Tuning In!
Nevada is one of the top 10 states negatively impacted by a lack of business travel during the pandemic, and that has ripple effects on the hospitality industry.
Mike Gamson, CEO of Relativity, has joined the show this week to provide his take on leadership, sales, and the evolution of his career leading up to Relativity. Mike's path into becoming a CEO is a varied one and his diverse range of experiences has helped him hone in on essential insights, which he very humbly shares. With a background in liberal arts, Mike has an interesting story about how he became a leader in the world of sales and technology. It all began when he made the decision to move to Costa Rica after an epic surfing trip along the coasts of South America. At one point, he faced a crossroads and had to decide between staying in Costa Rica or going back home. He chose the former and opened his own burrito shop. Afterward, Mike served as Advent's head of product development, which set the stage for the rest of his career.In this episode, Mike walks through the transitions in his career and shares why he was initially hesitant to join LinkedIn. He also talks about the crucial leadership skills and values he gained at LinkedIn under Jeff Weiner's tutelage and dives into Relativity, Chicago's “best-kept secret,” and the exciting innovations that Relativity is bringing on board. In this episode, we cover: Mike's fascinating professional journey leading up to LinkedIn; from turning down Goldman Sachs to opening his own burrito shop in Costa Rica - and he and Joubin discover some of the striking similarities they share. (02:03) The evolution of Mike's role at LinkedIn - and what factored into his decision to come on as an individual contributor. (9:47) The challenges LinkedIn faced in its early stages, as leadership navigated the company's identity - and how the question, “what kind of leader do you aspire to be?” helped Mike tap into his core leadership principles. (15:37) Mike recounts moments when he was challenged to make decisions to preserve LinkedIn's values as he grew into his sales leadership role - and how Jeff Weiner's coaching gave him a more compassionate understanding of how to do business more broadly. (21:17) Why Relativity was the “best-kept secret in Chicago” - and why Mike feels passionate about leveraging tech companies to build ecosystems within their communities. (28:04) Mike's views on investing in companies full-time and how his love for learning plays a role in his decision - and more on his transition to CEO of Relativity and how he gained his footing. (33:37) A look at Mike's life as CEO: what he factors into his daily decisions, lessons learned, and his advice to those who are thinking of the next layer up job. (40:34) Mike elaborates on philosophies that he lives by, including his stance on hiring talent, why “yet” is the most powerful word in the English language, the power of being here by choice, and more. (45:21) Joubin and Mike discuss three important leadership traits - and the importance of asserting agency over your time to create a personal life harmony. (50:33) Links: Connect with Mike LinkedIn Relativity Connect with Joubin Twitter LinkedIn Email: email@example.com Learn more about Kleiner Perkins
Want to provide vision, direction, and inspiration to your team? Ryan Longfield, Chief Revenue Officer at Gong, breaks down the critical role employee retention plays in sustainable long-term success. Learn how to manage your team's emotional state (and hear the impact it has on performance). Consider this a crash course on how to level-up as a leader.Key Takeaways:05:35 - What leadership means to Ryan Longfield06:48 - What was the moment you decided to go into leadership10:34 - Small team vs. Large team aspect19:35 - What does a leader need to do in the tough times to keep motivation25:06 - Setting expectation for your team35:46 - Revenue intelligence is all about seeing clearly38:44 - Describing sales in one wordWant to explore Revenue Intelligence for your org? It starts here: https://www.gong.io/revenue-intelligence/Connect with Devin Reed: https://www.linkedin.com/in/devinreed/Connect with Sheena Badani: https://www.linkedin.com/in/sheenabadani/Connect with Ryan Longfield: linkedin.com/in/rlongfield
Let's talk business... and in particular the importance of REPEAT business and looking after your existing clients.
In this episode, Mayor Matt discusses the impacts of the pandemic (or any recession) on local government, and how the far reaching effects eventually impact local government by creating tax and revenue issues. For more information, visit smalltownpodcast.com
After 18 years in B2B in companies like IBM, Siemens & start-ups I've helped hundreds of clients land deals with companies like Facebook, BMW and of course small + medium CEO's. https://www.linkedin.com/in/markfirthonline/ I've spend close to 500k of my own money making every mistake possible on paid ads platforms so you don't have to We specialize in Facebook & LinkedIn Ads and have built a multi million business helping B2B consultants to thrive ✅ MY EXPERTISE: For the past decade, I've been helping Professionals who Sell B2B to Exponentially Grow their Business & Impact, without Overwhelm in just 90 Days They all have end profitable and impactful business, a CONSISTENT Sales Pipeline FULL of prospects and a Sales Process that PREDICTABLY converts them into HIGH-PAYING clients. ✅ WHO I WORK WITH: B2B Consultants and B2B Consulting Agencies ✅ WHAT OTHERS SAY: Check my testimonials here on LinkedIn and my website www.markfirthonline.com ✅ HOW IT WORKS: We start with a free B2B Growth Planning Session to find out if you are a good fit to get results, and go from there.
“I don't believe in creating lots of top of funnel content. When you are part of a startup or a mid-market company, everything that you do needs to map to a result.” In this episode, we catch up with Yaag Ganesh, Director of Marketing at Avoma, to hear about some of the content that he and his team have been creating to drive the startup's growth. We deep dive into a couple of blog post examples to understand the philosophy and process behind them—and find out a ton of best practices for writing content that *actually* resonates with a reader.
In this episode Ashley breaks down the number one relationship she had to fix before she increased her revenue in her speaking business. THIS IS A SPECIAL EPISODE that we are posting off schedule so that you can listen to it before midnight TONIGHT!!Make sure you get your tickets at: speakyourwaytocash.com/event-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------To Apply For Ashley's Private Training For Speakers: https://www.ashleynicolekirkwood.com/... To learn more about Ashley and join her mailing list head here: https://www.ashleynicolekirkwood.com/... To learn more about Mobile General Counsel and book your legal audit head here: https://www.mobilegeneralcounsel.com/... To register for Mobile General Counsel's complimentary holiday party head here: http://ashleynicolekirkwood.com/holid... About Ashley: If you ever meet Ashley Kirkwood in-person you will feel her energy! She has a magnetic personality and truly cares for her clients! After graduating from Northwestern University Pritzker School of Law with honors, she started her career at one of the largest law firms in the world, Kirkland & Ellis LLP. While there, she tried cases on behalf of large insurance companies. She also landed in the pages of the American Lawyer after a hard-won victory in a federal civil rights jury trial! Soon after that trial, Ashley left Kirkland to work at another large law firm where she represented employers in employment discrimination and sexual harassment cases. It was there that Ashley decided that she wanted to represent emerging businesses in order to help them bulletproof their businesses! Ashley makes her expertise accessible by providing legal products for the busy entrepreneur! She frequently provides legal trainings open to all via her Facebook and Instagram accounts. She also has do-it-yourself legal classes such as Clapback with Contracts and Get The Tea On Trademarks! You might catch Ashley serving as an on-air legal correspondent for a local Chicago television network or speaking at a college or corporation! Ashley is committed not just to entrepreneurs, but also to students. She and her husband, Chris, run a nonprofit, The Kirkwood Foundation, where they teach students on Chicago's West Side about high paying legal, medical and STEM careers. Whether Ashley is advocating for a billion dollar business or a solopreneur, she gives it all she's got!
As Chairman of GoDigital Media Group (godigitalmg.com), Jason Peterson and his four other companies -- Cinq Music a multi-Grammy winning indie label, publisher and distributor (cinqmusic.com), Latido Music, the #1 Hispanic targeted multi-platform music television network with over 3 billion streams per month (latidomusic.com), ContentBridge and AdShare (adshare.tv) have blazed the path to re-monetizing the music industry. Five years ago, the music industry was the weak link in the entertainment industry, with revenues down over 50 percent. Peterson wondered where all the revenue went, since people were actually listening to more music, not less. While others spoke in apocalyptic terms about the music industry, Peterson knew that it could all be turned around, especially for the artist, and created a system. Peterson has been a major force in changing the way music is marketed, consumed and distributed around the world. The music industry is booming once again! Artists signed or catalogs acquired by Peterson include Janet Jackson, T.I., Master P, Jason Derulo and Daddy Yankee. He's produced dozens of major music videos that have won “Video of the Year” at the Gospel Music Awards, MTV Latin Video Music Awards as well as “Best Directorial Debut” at the MVPA awards. Most recently, he co-produced the video for Janet Jackson and Daddy Yankee's “Made for Now.” Peterson's Adshare was one of the first companies to monetize music videos on YouTube, giving artists what amounts to an annuity for life. GoDigital Media Group invests in music as intellectual property, making music catalogs an ever more popular alternative investment. Cinq Music now leverages social media in ways never thought possible to unite fans and globalize artists of all genres. Peterson was named Billboard's top 100 POWER PLAYERS for 2018, Media Play News Magazine's Top 40 under 40, the youngest producer to get a film accepted into Sundance, attended USC (Film Business) and obtained his law degree from Pepperdine University. He is on the Boards of the following music organizations:MERLIN: global collective bargaining organization for independent labelA2iM: the trade group for American independent labelsWIN: representing the global independent label communityEntertainment Merchants Association: representing the $43B/yr home entertainment industry City of Hope Music, Film & Entertainment Board: helping raise over $130M for cancer research The Recording Academy Government Advocacy CommitteeUSC Business Cinematic Arts Program Advisory BoardNamed Billboard's top 100 POWER PLAYERS for 2018Media Play News Magazine's Top 40 under 40http://godigitalmg.com/Jake Kheel is a sustainability innovator, author, and award-winning documentary filmmaker. For sixteen years he has confronted social and environmental challenges in the tourism industry as Vice President of Grupo Puntacana Foundation in the Dominican Republic. The foundation has pioneered numerous ground-breaking initiatives, launching the first Zero Waste project in the country, as well as leading one of the most expansive coral reef restoration initiatives in the Caribbean. Under his leadership, Grupo Puntacana Foundation has received numerous international awards for its environmental programs, including awards from World Tourism and Travel Council, Conde Nast Traveler, Travel & Leisure, and National Geographic Traveler. His book, Waking the Sleeping Giant: Unlocking the Hidden Power of Business to Save Our Planet, uses examples from his vast experience in Punta Cana to demonstrate how companies can drive breakthroughs in sustainability.Jake is on the Board of the Center for Responsible Tourism (CREST) and former President of the National Association of Businesses for Environmental Protection (ECORED) in the Dominican Republic, an association of nearly 100 prominent companies committed to sustainability.Jake co-directed and produced the award-winning documentary film Death by a Thousand Cuts, which explores Dominican-Haitian deforestation and escalating human conflict on the border. The film was acquired by Participant Media and Univision and screened at three dozen international film festivals. He is currently producing a hosted documentary series, Island Naturalist, to be released in 2022.Jake has a Master's in Environmental Management from Cornell University and a B.A. from Wesleyan University. http://www.jakekheel.com/ The Douglas Coleman Show now offers audio and video promotional packages for music artists as well as video promotional packages for authors. Please see our website for complete details. http://douglascolemanshow.comIf you have a comment about this episode or any other, please click the link below.https://ratethispodcast.com/douglascolemanshow
We cover the email marketing strategy for 2021 on What to Actually Do as an Email Marketer for iOS15.Jimmy Kim, the Founder and CEO of Sendlane, a top email marketing platform, shares his winning tactics for iOS15 Email Marketing.Here are the six things you can do as a marketer to prepare and adapt:1. Consider Double Opt-in or Confirmed emailYes, I know your # subscribers will be cut in half.Yes, I know that it will hurt the experienceYes, I know that… (ENTER 500 other reasons)But now let me tell you WHY.The laws are evolving and changing. You know about GDPR, CASL, CCPA… but do you know about: VCDPA, CPA, or NP law! Those passed recently, and it's continuing to create rules by the state on HOW you can communicate with customers, especially if your business is at scale. You'd be shocked how much better everything is when you email the people that confirm their next email from you.2. Segment data Creating a segment of active, engaged users - aka people who have opened or clicked an email in the last X days... is your go-to the segment you use most.That's great, but it simply will not work anymore. Instead, you will have to start expanding your mind and get creative.ideas: Revenue-based + Subscription based segmentationClick and revenue/event-based segmentation Website Visits or Any other recent signalsSegment based on audience preferences 3. Learn how to use the “other metrics” Bounces, spam complaints, unsubscribes are all “other metrics” you barely pay attention to right now.But when you can't identify an open rate, you need to start thinking about it differently. Spam complaints and bounces will matter even more - ESP's flying a little blind, and so are you. There's going to be knee-jerk reactions to a high bounce rate (over 2%) and spam complaints over 0.1%. Remember, Google already doesn't report back direct spam complaints to the email as Yahoo and AOL do. 4. A/B testing subject lines are deadSay goodbye to basic A/B split testing; it's now useless. Enter Multivariate testing. You will need to test a lot more content primarily focused on CTA to improve CTR with the end goal of revenue.Experiment like crazy and keep testing. 5. Segment by ISPISP = Internet Service ProviderAnd you need to start drilling down all your different ISP's to learn more about how each segment is reacting and adjust for it. It's time to care. 6. And the most obvious one… CONTENT MATTERSIf you've been copying and pasting your last campaigns or borrowing from others, the day has come that content is essential. The rise of copywriters, especially direct response copywriters, will start to appear. SELLING with words is real, and it's going to be the make or break point for your marketing efforts. Full article from Sendlane here: https://www.sendlane.com/blog/ios-15-email-marketingVisit Sendlane here: https://www.sendlane.com/Feel free to reach out to Jimmy directly with any questions: jkim at sendlane.com (turn the at into an @ when you go to email him)Podcast listeners can take advantage of a special 25% off The Ultimate BFCM Email Marketing Playbook.This link should auto apply the discount code: https://chasedimond.gumroad.com/l/bfcm-playbook/podcast
Business 101 tells us that companies need to make money, so how has a business with virtually zero revenues achieved a valuation of about $80 billion? Listen in as the MyWallSt team chat about the soon-to-IPO EV maker Rivian — will it really become a "Tesla-killer"? In this episode, we also discuss: The global impact of Squid Game and what it means for Netflix. The things to look out for this earnings season. And two stocks on our watchlist — C3.ai and Warby Parker. MyWallSt operates a full disclosure policy. MyWallSt staff may hold long positions in some of the companies mentioned in this podcast.
This week we are talking about space debris. My guest is Luc Piguet, co-founder and CEO of Swiss space company ClearSpace. They are building a spacecraft that can remove debris – it looks really cool, sort of like a giant spider, check it out. They already have a big ESA contract for the first mission. Space debris is a problem to take seriously and Luc is one of the best people in the World to explain it. Episode Notes: 0:00 Intro 1:40 Elevator pitch 2:57 Space debris scale and the Kessler syndrome 7:52 Legislation and non-tech challenges 18:23 Space's prisoners dilemma/tragedy of the commons 22:44 Clearspace origins 29:42 Mission and Hardware 42:55 Multiple deorbiting and the steady state operation of the company 50:07 Revenue model 55:48 Vision for Clearspace 58:25 Sci-Fi
The pandemic has taken a heavy economic toll on municipalities across America. As a result, two-thirds of U.S. cities are planning to use funds from the 2021 American Rescue Plan Act to cover lost revenue. The National League of Cities annual fiscal survey, released last Tuesday, underscored how important federal funding has been for maintaining services and mitigating the financial impact of the pandemic. Andrea Noble is a staff correspondent for Routefifty.com she joins the show to discuss her reporting on the issue and much more.
There is not a sales system without a clear and organised follow up process. During this episode, Paul explains how common it is for business owners to lose opportunities when they don't implement a few actions to follow up on potential clients. Here you will learn what are those common mistakes, what are the 3 ways to solve them and learn some scripts to help you nail your follow ups. Links 344 - Show Notes Take the Accelerated Pulse Check! Masterclass Accelerated Sales Program Connect With Paul On LinkedIn On Facebook On Twitter: @BuildLiveGive On Instagram: @paulhigginsmentoring Email: Paul@paulhigginsmentoring.com Thank You for Tuning In!
On today's episode, Kunle is joined by Erik Huberman, Founder & CEO of Hawke Media, a LA-based full-service marketing consultancy. The company has serviced over 2000 brands of all sizes, ranging from startups to household names like Red Bull, Verizon, and Alibaba.Businesses traditionally make annual plans for functions like Finance, HR and Marketing. Marketing, like everything else, is measured month-on-month. But this traditional way of planning and reporting could very well be holding you back. With access to tons of real time data and tools to analyse this data, the game has changed. If you aren't taking an iterative approach to your marketing plans then you risk getting left behind.In this episode, Kunle and Erik talk about leveraging marketing data to create an iterative marketing strategy. You will get to hear about the 3 pillars of the Hawke Method, fallout of privacy-driven changes, best channels for raising brand awareness and nurturing your audience, and what could be in store for us in Q4. This is a great episode for marketers and business owners.-----------SPONSORS:This episode is brought to you by:Klaviyo This episode is brought to you by Klaviyo – a growth marketing platform that powers over 25,000 online businesses. Direct-to-Consumer brands like ColourPop, Huckberry, and Custom Ink rely on Klaviyo.Klaviyo helps you own customer experience and grow high-value customer relationships right from a shopper's first impression through to each subsequent purchase, Klaviyo understands every single customer interaction and empowers brands to create more personalized marketing moments.Find out more on klaviyo.com/2x. RewindThis episode is brought to you by Rewind - the #1 Backup and Recovery App for Shopify and BigCommerce stores that powers over 80,000 online businesses.Direct-to-Consumer brands like Gymshark and MVMT Watches rely on Rewind.Cloud based ecommerce platforms like Shopify and BigCommerce do not have automatic backup features. Rewind protects your store against human error, misbehaving apps, or collaborators gone bad with Automatic backups!For a free 30-day trial, Go to Rewind Backups, reach out to the Rewind team via chat or email and mention '2x ecommerce'GorgiasThis episode is brought to you by Gorgias, the leading helpdesk for Shopify, Magento and BigCommerce merchants. Gorgias combines all your communication channels including email, SMS, social media, livechat, and phone, into one platform.This saves your team hours per day & makes managing customer orders a breeze. It also integrates seamlessly with your existing tech stack, so you can access customer information and even edit, return, refund or create an order, right from your helpdesk.Go to Gorgias.com and mention 2x ecommerce podcast for two months free.CloudwaysCloudways is the hosting platform of choice for thousands of ecommerce merchants, SMBs, and agencies all around the globe. They offer a high-performing custom stack, top-notch security, the choice between 5 cloud solution providers, ease of scalability, affordable pricing plans, and so much more.Cloudways also offers support for all PHP-based applications like Magento, WooCommerce, WordPress, Laravel, and others.Experience an unbeatable managed cloud hosting experience with Cloudways today. For a $20 Free Hosting Credit use the Coupon code: **BOOSTMAG**
Todd provides the latest update on the situation with the Georgia Department of Revenue. Todd and Julie discuss what they have learned while raising children and how they have changed as parents over the years. They also answer listener voicemails dealing with children's names, turning back to God and getting over resentment in order to co-parent.
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Today's episode brings you the latest edition of the Business is Messy Series with Kevin Nolan, CEO of Nolan Painting & Partner at NCG joined by Brian Nolan, Managing Partner of NCG. Brian & Kevin discuss the ever present challenges businesses are continuing to face and the current happenings at Nolan Painting! They'll also share highlights and lessons learned as they talk through the operational challenges at a recent event of which they both endured a thrilling adventure, or as Kevin calls it "The best experience he can't recommend!'
Who owns the Go to Market strategy, and why is the correct answer marketing? Before you get into the octagon to fight this out, it's important to look at revenue and the go to market strategy through a different lens. Which is exactly why our guest on this episode of the B2B Revenue Executive Experience was such a huge get. Christina del Villar is the author of Sway: Implement the G.R.I.T. Marketing Method to Gain Influence and Drive Corporate Strategy, and in this episode, she dropped so many knowledge bombs on us. Among the things we talked about: - The G.R.I.T. marketing method - Getting rid of the grey areas of dollar attribution - Turning marketing into a revenue knowledge center - Why marketing should own the Go to Market strategy Now that you know how to employ buyer-first principles, are you ready to take a deeper dive into the role data should play in your organization, or learn all about sales enablement 3.0? Check out the full list of episodes: The B2B Revenue Executive Experience.
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