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.
Josh Haynam is the co-founder of Interact Quiz Builder, a tool used by more than 30,000 businesses including The American Red Cross, Home Depot, and Forbes. We discuss: Why quizzes lead to conversations How to discover the tool that can be the secret to success Why and how you should get advice from your customers[…]Listen Now
Cathi Nelson, author of Photo Organizing Made Easy, is the founder of the Association of Personal Photo Organizers, a membership organization dedicated to helping hundreds of entrepreneurs from around the globe build successful photo preservation and organizing businesses. We discuss: How to listen to your audience for business opportunities How to look at other models[…]Listen Now
Bruce Hurwitz is president of Hurwitz Strategic Staffing, a boutique executive recruiting and career counseling firm. We discuss: Timing, investing and overhead when launching your business Why you should build diversity into your business and how to launch a new revenue stream How and where to find good resources to help you What factors to[…]Listen Now
Kathryn Rose is a nationally sought-after digital marketing and sales strategist, personal branding expert, trainer, author and sought out speaker. For over 20 years, Kathryn has been keenly focused on developing, supporting, and connecting women to succeed in business. We discuss: Why it is difficult for women entrepreneurs to gain access to qualified expert advice,[…]Listen Now
From Blow Pops to Forbes’ Best Small Companies! Rob started selling Blow Pops out of his locker in high school and now he is President and Co-founder of imageOne, which was ranked on the 2017 list of Forbes’ Small Giants: America’s Best Small Companies. We discuss: How to continually smash plateaus when you stay in[…]Listen Now
Mari Anne Snow is the CEO and founder of Sophaya, a virtual company that designs, builds and delivers custom soft skill training for organizations with remote teams and dispersed workers. We discuss: What it’s like to jump out of corporate life and into entrepreneurship The impact of those around us when we are in a[…]Listen Now
Antreas Ghazarossian founded Cost Containment Advisors (CCA) to be the country’s foremost property tax savings resource. We discuss: How to listen for major pain points in a target market How to create an ideal solution for these pain points Unearthing your super-power that is part of your unique value proposition Why a solopreneur business must[…]Listen Now
Vikram Rajan is the co-founder of phoneBlogger.net & Raviate, the web app that broadcasts testimonials through your raving fans. We discuss: How to find fulfillment – whether you are en employee or an entrepreneur Creating consistent revenue using your expertise and your passion How to package your skill as a recurring revenue product Making your[…]Listen Now
Susan Peirce Thompson, Ph.D. is a New York Times bestselling author, an Adjunct Associate Professor of Brain and Cognitive Sciences at the University of Rochester, and an expert in the psychology of eating. We discuss: How to build consistent, stable revenue for an expertise-based business How to do less and less so your business can[…]Listen Now
Chris Goegan is one of the world’s most sought-after business growth consultants. Clients seek his wisdom and ability to help them grow and scale their businesses. Chris draws on his background as a high-volume manufacturing engineer, in-the-trenches sales professional, marketer and endurance athlete. We discuss: Why it’s important to realize that people buy stuff How[…]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.