Podcast

#24: Strategic Seduction with Steve Lowisz

When I heard about Steve Lowisz’s six-step “strategic seduction” process for attracting great clients and more sales, I loved it instantly. It’s fair to say that marketing approaches have changed a lot over the years. Traditional interruption-based, debate and dialogue approaches are no longer as effective.What I like about Steve’s formula is that at the core, it’s all about how human relationships work, and that is where modern marketing approaches are now. It’s about understanding human psychology and behaviours then tapping …

#23: Getting Leads on Facebook with Internet Marketer, Sam Bailey

Most first-time entrepreneurs I speak with about getting leads on Facebook have a bit of a love-hate relationships with the platform.They see the massive potential and they love using the platform, but running ads on Facebook seems confusing. They also struggle to generate leads through organic posts.Facebook has one of the best lead generation tools (PPC marketing) in the business. To help you tap into it and drive down your marketing costs, I enlisted my friend and Internet Marketer, Sam …

#22: How to Deliver Powerful Presentations with Dustin Mathews

Having generated over $43 million dollars in sales and filled over 3,000 events it’s fair to say that Dustin Mathews has it all figured out when it comes to speaking for your business.Yet like many people, he began his speaking career full of nerves – and convinced his baby face would mean no one would take him seriously. They threatened to fire him unless he did some public speaking. Since then he's shared the stage with athletes, business celebrities, and titans …

#21: How To Grow a 6-Figure Business in a Saturated Market Without Competing On Price

Starting a business is a serious affair for most people, but what if you were to do it in a completely different country in a market that was saturated with rival companies wanting to offer the same service for cheaper? Could you turn it into a 6-figure business?Well, that’s what Bob Buckley did when he started his language school in Germany. Ironically, Bob’s says it was his naivety that proved most useful. He was not stuck with the same thinking …

#20: Interview with Successful Mortgage Adviser, Tony Baker

You know you’re getting a few things right when someone phones you up to do a million pound deal and your first reaction is, “God no. How am I going to find time to do that?”That was an experience Tony Baker relayed during a coaching session he had with me. Don’t get me wrong. Tony was grateful for another deal, but success breeds new problems and this is one on balance he was glad to have.What is Tony doing to …

#19: Starting a Podcast and Why You Should Do it for Your Business

What would it be like if you could get in front of hundreds, maybe even thousands of your ideal potential clients every week? That would be worth something to you, right?That’s exactly what went through my mind when I thought about starting a podcast. It was also this huge opportunity to talk about what I love and connect with my existing clients.I’ve had a LOT of questions around podcasting. A number of them have been to do with how you can …

#18: 4 Powerful Time Management Techniques You Never Heard Of

When it comes to time management techniques, there’s a lot of things you’ll hear about again and again. I knew sooner or later it was inevitable I’d be talking about this subject, but up until now, I’ve resisted.The last thing I wanted to do is churn out yet another those articles about making lists and prioritising your tasks. Not that there’s anything wrong with that advice. It’s more that its been said and done so many times. It’s also only …

#17: How to Achieve Anything with Will Polston

Author and speaker, Jim Rohn once said, “Goals: There is no telling what you can do when you get inspired by them. There is no telling what you can do when you believe in them. There is no telling what will happen when you act upon them.”Time and again when I speak with different entrepreneurs, what I find is that they have goals, yet the actions they are taking are not consistent with what they want to achieve.With this thought in …

#16: How to Write and Launch a Book with Karen Williams

They say that there’s a book in everyone. Yet, how many of us actually sit down and write a book?There are lots of reasons to write a book. If you’re an entrepreneur, coach or practitioner, one of the most important reasons​ is to leverage it for your business and generate clients and referrals.On today’s podcast I speak with Karen Williams, a 5 time author and book mentor. Karen reveals some of the things she’s learned along the way of writing …

#15: Building Your Tribe with Jeff Spires

Consciousness changes a lot of things. Back when I was in the corporate world I took my work relationships and contacts for granted. While I appreciated the many talented people I worked with, I wish I’d worked harder to remain in contact. Instead, I went from job to job, living in the moment. Not thinking about the long-term consequences of falling out of touch.What I went on to learn is that your ability to have and grow a business depends …

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