Jacob Guttman is not a handyman, yet he is running the most successful handyman company in the Tri-State area. By working solely on the business and never in it, he was able to build tremendous success. We discuss how to use the business triangle – choosing two aspects that you will excel in and ignoring the third. We also tell the story of the day he fired his entire staff to upgrade his company, yet still maintained good relations with everyone. This episode is a must-listen!
Joel Wolh is not only a top ranked Amazon seller, but he has hacked the code to help anyone get top ranking on Amazon, which today is almost a guarantee of success for any product-based business. In this episode, we pull back the curtain to see the inner workings of the Amazon platform, how it has changed over the years and how someone today can leverage Amazon ads to build and grow a successful e-commerce business. We also talk about the struggle that many entrepreneurial minds face of short attention spans and constant growth seeking. Tune in to hear what happens when you grow too far, too fast and how to grow your business fast without using up your limited bandwidth.
This recording was life changing for me! When Arthur told me that I have a Chaotic Brain, I was initially shocked but have since changed the way I look at myself, my staff, my family and the world. Arthur Carmazzi is one of the world’s top leadership gurus and the founder of DC Psychology, without any psychology degree! In this episode, Arthur reveals the inner workings of the brain and how different types of people process information. It’s a game-changer in how you build your team. Arthur also shares his struggle having been a jet-set large-stage speaker for many years, he’s trying to restructure his business and reduce travel time to spend more time with his family.
Ron Carucci has over 30 years experience as a leadership coach, helping some of the most influential companies solve organizational development challenges. Now Ron faces his own challenge of how to make himself stand out from the myriads of other leadership coaches out there, who claim to be the exact same thing, but lack the experience and skills that Ron has. In this episode we discuss how to solve that challenge and how to market yourself to the right clients. We also discuss some of the best ways to transition from being an employee, to going out on your own, and how to pick up the skills, knowledge, network and clients that every entrepreneur needs to be successful.
Yuri Kruman has had a long journey to where he is now. After having four careers in a span of twelve years, he left his last job after being betrayed by a boss who was also a friend, to finally live his own life. In this episode we discuss how to find your best self and how to express that professionally. Whether transitioning careers, getting promotions or starting your own business, there are a few tools that can help you identify what is the right direction to go in and how to turn that into a profitable business. We also discuss the struggle of private consultants and coaches who aim to go into the corporate world, when the corporate world usually hires corporate-type consulting firms. Tune in to hear what can be done to make that jump from small time to the big clients.