Sometimes the conscience is just too strong to ignore. For Alex M. White it was seeing little school children holding hands while wearing gas masks after the Paradise Campfires in November 2018. Alex left his job at Google Glass and, with zero business experience and no bank account holding a financial safety net, opened Roots & Resolve, a coaching and consulting organization.
In this episode, Alex uncovers how he had the courage to take the plunge into the business world and shares some tips for future business owners on how to face the entrepreneurship challenge. But the crux of this episode comes at the end when Alex describes his struggle with suicidal depression. Join us for a powerful episode that will leave you inspired by the hidden struggles and the power of courage.
There’s a science to lead gen, and Tom Poland is the number one scientist is the field. Tom, who named the science Leadsology, has cracked the code to bring a consistent flow of new client inquiries every week. In this episode, not only does Tom pull back the curtain on how to generate consistent leads, he also shares the method that he personally uses to sell his own service, and it’s no less genius than the product he’s selling.
We also dive deep into project management systems, detailing the pros and cons of some of the bigger models out there. Plus, there’s some talk of cats and dogs, Entrepreneurial Boredom Syndrome (EBS) and a little Castaway Beach in Queensland, Australia. Join us for an episode packed with gold, gold and more gold.
Carl Gould is the coach of coaches and the mentor of mentors. Having co-authored a book with Stephen R. Covey and Ken Blanchard and mentored CEOs of some of the biggest companies out there including helping out Walmart, IBM and the US army, Carl is definitely not just another pretty face.
In this episode, Carl, in his entertaining style, details the ups and downs of his incredible journey. He also shares with us some pearls of wisdom including how to learn from other industries, the benefits of being a generalist and the best way to craft a competitive niche for your business. Join us for a fun episode packed with stories, wisdom and business value.
Ever thought becoming a millionaire is just childs’ play? For Tony Whatley, author of bestselling book, SideHustle Millionaire it was exactly that! Tony grew up playing with cars, but when he took his love for cars online in the form of an online community, it grew to become the largest in the industry with 160,000 registered members and over 100,000 unique visitors per day.
In this episode, Tony, who emits a 365 driven attitude and a strong passion for helping others succeed, uncovers some of the common mistakes that prevent people from actualizing their dreams and monetizing their passions. We also discuss his struggle of being too focused on quality, and an innovative solution to help get his dream of an online course off the ground, and on the road to perfection.
You can find an Indian or Phillipino assistant online for a fraction of the price of a local secretary. But, how do you know if they are reliable? Will the effort involved in training them be worth the financial saving?
In this episode, Aaron Klein, CEO of Work Assisted, an outsourcing company, explains the ABCs of outsourcing from how to find the right people and communicate expectations clearly, to managing your passwords and online security. Whether you are a solopreneur working from your bed, or a manager of a company with multiple employees, this episode will have something of value for you.