My guest today is a master networker named Travis Chappell. Travis helps others learn how to network the right way by interviewing top performing entrepreneurs on how they do it themselves. He has interviewed entrepreneur celebrities like Grant & Elena Cardone, John Lee Dumas, Brad Lea, Tim Storey, Ed Mylett and more. In this episode, we talked about some important core principles of networking.
From the outside, Cassidy would seem like an ordinary person: She’s a wife, a mother of two sweet kids, she goes to church, has hobbies such as photography, and growing plants. Well, what people can’t see is that Cassidy is one hell of a top-notch, massively successful CREATIVE ENTREPRENEUR! When her kids are in schools, she is at her home studio shooting videos, managing an entire outsource team, writing super extensive and well researched articles, and creating funnels for her online courses. She is also a badass at analytics, and has systems in place tracking EVERYTHING she puts out there.
Hey everyone!! I’m so excited to let you in on today’s session. John Lee Dumas - or JLD as he’s referred to in the industry - is a multi-7 figure self-made entrepreneur and is one of the world’s most popular podcasters, running the ever so famous podcast - EOFire, where for years he interviewed successful entrepreneurs on a daily basis. I’ve followed JLD for years and in the past year, I even got to meet him and start to work with him for a bit. I, in fact, met my coach Calvin Wayman - who helped me from $50k in debt to making that much every month - through one of his podcasts.
What is your origin story? As I'm studying more about storytelling from Russell Brunson and other sources, I feel that I'm getting clearer about my own story, and I know it's going to help me share my message with the world. So therefore, I know it's gonna help you as well. So I wanted to share this with you, I think it's super important. So.. What's an Origin Story? Well, an origin story is basically your story! It's what got you geeking out in the first place about whatever it is that you’re doing in your career. Grab a pen and paper for this one!
My guest this week is Greg Rog, a Polish designer & entrepreneur that managed to create an online empire out of his skills. Greg started out with creating a local polish design blog, and one day started selling online courses on his site. He then reached out to other creatives to create online courses on his site and started promoting and selling those as well. Eventually this turned his blog into the main Polish hub for online courses for creatives. Later on Greg moved on to developing a hub for UI/UX design courses, in English, for the international audience.
A lot of people tell me they don’t have time. But, the truth is - we have more time than we think. In fact, the feeling of having no time is an illusion. We may think that we are at our full capacity when it comes to utilizing time, but the truth is - that Elon Musk might be the only guy who really operates at 100% capacity. We all have time... But we just need to study these things:
My guest today is Nick Loper. Nick is a podcaster and blogger, and founder of Side Hustle Nation, where he teaches others to create successful side hustles and earn money outside of their day job. In this conversation we talk about creating content (on your blog or podcast) and getting your content out there. We talked about methods to get more exposure to your content after you wrote it. We talk about finding time, having a vision for growth, revenue streams (that I bet you never thought of) and more.
In music, a quartet is an ensemble of four singers or instrumental performers, or a musical composition for four voices or instruments. “If you make sure to play the Personal Brand Authority Quartet symphony, the echo would be the beautiful sounds of opportunities hitting you from all directions in the theater of your career.” In order to be a great personal brand and to build authority in your market - you have to have 4 things in place.
My guest this week is none other than Paul Jarvis! I’ve been following Paul’s content for years now. Paul has an awesome community of makers that he sends weekly emails too, in a newsletter called ‘The Sunday Dispatches’ (You can sign up here. )
Hey everybody, just wanted to give you a recap of 2018 and what's coming for you all in 2019. In this episode I also make one major announcement. Enjoy! And don’t forget to subscribe to the show if you haven’t yet (on iTunes, Youtube, Spotify, or your favorite podcast app).