When I was a younger man — back before I founded Get Rich Slowly in 2006 — I was intrigued by the idea of creating passive income. While passive income isn’t exactly a get rich quick scheme (and boy was I intrigued boy those back then!), there’s certainly some […]…
After 200 Episodes what I’ve learned – Episode 200
If someone would’ve told me that I would be producing webinars and podcast for a living a few years ago I would have thought they were crazy. I’ve always enjoyed speaking and teaching, but making a living by speaking into a microphone from home just seems too good to be true. After years of doing this and over 2800 reps who I’ve equipped to do the same I can say this is the most rewarding career I’ve ever had.
In this episode I cover a highlight of the last 200 episodes and show your our humble beginning in posting podcast.
The Value of a Sales Lead – Episode 199
Leads are the lifeblood of any business. If you don’t have leads, you don’t have a business. In this episode I cover 3 values that leads will bring to your business
Hiring Lessons From The Company Adding More Than 15,000 Employees In One Year
[Photo: Flickr user David Reber] If recruiting, vetting, hiring, and onboarding even one qualified employee is a difficult task, then hiring more than 15,000 may seem beyond the realm of possibility. Yet EY will have to do just that over the next 12 months. The multinational professional services firm, […]…
A Scary Reality of Business: Are you doing the “wrong things”?
I was on a private call with Michael Gerber and a small group of entrepreneurs. Michael Gerber , is the author of the E-Myth, and has more experience working with small businesses than almost anyone else on the planet. On the call he shared an interesting statistic: “Fewer companies […]…
Stop Cold Calling! Have clients call you instead. Here’s how. – Episode 191
Are you chasing after people to speak to about whatever it is you sell? STOP!! You are working way too hard, and really you are not spending your time on the things you need to be doing which is developing your business to where it’s scalable, and able to double in size each year. In this episode I show you exactly the tool I’ve used, and have used to grow every business I’ve started.
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Entrepreneurs: Effective Selling Is About This, Not That
Our printer at home is broken. Actually, that’s not true – I wish it were broken. Because if it were – and I mean really broken, like someone backed over it with their Ford Focus and cracked it in half – then I wouldn’t be wondering whether or not […]…
How to Rock Instagram to Promote Your Small Business
Karlee Prior is the kitchen whiz behind Karlee’s Kupcakes : a one-girl band creating bespoke cakes and sweet treats for the lucky folk of Brisbane, Australia, and surrounds. Karlee’s small business relies almost solely on Instagram to help get the word out about her gourmet goodies, both by posting […]…
How to Navigate Office Politics and Avoid Needless Drama
We’ve all been there—one accidental email, and suddenly your entire organization is filling your inbox with angry replies. Gaffes at work happen to everyone, but you can learn how to navigate the politics of your workplace to keep your cool and avoid drama. This post originally appeared on LinkedIn […]…
5 Online Marketing And PR Tips For The Lean Entrepreneur
Photo: © Yeko Photo Studio, YFS Magazine My career as an entrepreneur began about 6 years ago, when I was a broke college student with an e-commerce site running out of my parents house alongside my brother who was still in high school. We didn’t have a physical office […]…