Smashing The Plateau
No matter how successful you are, there's probably at least one area where roadblocks are keeping you from fully achieving your goals. Every expert interviewed on our podcast has one thing in common-- they all know how to fix problems that keep people and businesses stuck.
Marina Darlow is a systems’ expert and a productivity geek. She sees her job as helping impact-driven entrepreneurs get 10-20 more productive hours a week, stop leaking money, and prevent stress-fuel breakdowns. We discuss: What happens when your business grows very quickly, and your systems don’t have time to adjust Understanding your capacity for growth,[…]Listen Now
Tom Schwab knows how to build an online business. Marketing at its heart is starting a conversation with someone who could be an ideal customer. Our discussion includes: How to overcome obscurity to your ideal customers Why podcasts are a good medium for breaking through the noise Why working with your ideal customers increases your[…]Listen Now
Theresa Fette is a strong and effective leader with a background in building relationships amongst fellow executives and delivering on customer commitments. She grew the largest independent trust company in Nevada from $300M in assets under custody to more than $4.5B. As a thought leader within the alternative asset industry, Theresa motivates, leads, and inspires[…]Listen Now
Naava is an author, speaker and consultant. She is an expert on building an engaged network around the ideas of a thought leader or a cause. We discuss: How to understand the value of a network Where you can see networks in action, sometimes in unexpected places How networks can be formal or informal Why[…]Listen Now
Lou Diamond is THE Master Connector. He has over a quarter century of experience in sales, relationship management, business development and executive coaching. We discuss: How to position yourself when you serve a broad audience Why being a master connector improves performance Why you need to uncover your super-why: what you were put on this[…]Listen Now
Dan Lok, a.k.a. The King Of High-Ticket Sales, is a Chinese-Canadian business magnate, world-renowned marketer, and entrepreneur extraordinaire. In the 2000s, Dan was a leader in the expansion of the internet-marketing industry and continues to be seen as an expert in the field. We discuss: Why it’s so difficult to close a high-ticket sale regardless[…]Listen Now
Alex Vaysberg has been in the electrical distribution industry for over 23 years. He is President and CEO of All Industrial Electric Supply, an authorized electrical distribution company he founded in 2004. Most recently, he is CEO of Feltsberg, a portfolio support services company. Prior to starting his first business venture, Alex was branch manager[…]Listen Now
Todd Palmer is a renowned thought leader/CEO, executive coach and author who is committed to Improving Lives. As a successful entrepreneur and business owner, he works with both individuals and companies to support corporate growth, foster business start-ups and guide leaders in the areas of talent management, workforce planning and organizational development. We discuss: How[…]Listen Now
Joel Salomon is a Prosperity Coach. He helps identify and overcome the roadblocks standing in the way of personal financial freedom. We discuss: How to understand your purpose, develop your mindset and implement your action plan How acting “as if” can help you overcome a major challenge How solopreneur experts can use their mindset to[…]Listen Now
Eric Kasimov is the founder of KazSource, a multifaceted business development company that includes KazCM, a content marketing agency, SportsEpreneur, a content platform, and KazSource Insurance, a life insurance brokerage firm. He is also the host of the podcast, Entrepreneur Perspectives. We discuss: How to find your path as an entrepreneur Why content marketing is[…]Listen Now
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Successful entrepreneurs are continual learners, and we believe it is our job to facilitate this learning.
Here are some programs, books, and other professional educational tools that will make all the difference in your development.
The Laws Of Lifetime Growth, 2nd Edition
In this inspiring book, Dan Sullivan and Catherine Nomura offer ten simple laws that will help you continue to grow throughout your life. Through real-life stories, Sullivan and Nomura illustrate each of the ten laws and show how with just a slight shift in thinking — regardless of your age, income, or position — you can use them to maintain a fresh, innovative perspective on the world around you and unlock your greatest abilities.
5 Setbacks Experienced by Superstar Entrepreneurs (and How They Overcame Them)
David Shriner-Cahn shares valuable lessons he has learned from interviewing superstar entrepreneurs and millionaires. This book explains how some of the top entrepreneurs overcame their challenges and how you can overcome your challenges and smash your plateau.
Five Eyes on the Fence: Protecting the Five Core Capitals of Your Business
Tony A. Rose debunks the myth that a business’s health is judged by its bottom line alone—by its financial capital. Instead, the book proves that financial capital is a byproduct of four other capitals: (1) human capital, (2) intellectual capital, (3) social capital, and (4) structural capital.