Episode 679 – Dunbar’s Number And Why It’s Better To Be Part Of A Tribe

What’s the difference between being an influencer and a good networker? Common wisdom says that you should try to build a huge following on LinkedIn (30,00 people) or a huge email list. If you can achieve that, the numbers will be in your favor to make more sales… but are they? Dunbar’s number states that…

Episode 677 – You’ve Got Jail… How Facebook Is Getting Bad For Business

I find that Facebook is becoming less and less of a platform where I think we can try to do business. It has not only become very divisive but their model of Community Standards is over-policed in some ways and under scrubbed in others. Their goal is to create a friendly environment for all, but…

Episode 676 – Bending Reality – Make The Impossible Probable with Victoria Song

VICTORIA SONG is the Leadership Advisor to successful founders and CEOs of the fastest growing technology companies in Silicon Valley and celebrities with power, platform, and influence. Victoria began her career as a venture capitalist investing in technology startups, where she got to see first-hand what the most successful entrepreneurs did differently to win. She…

Episode 675 – To Achieve Your BHAG… You Need to SHAG to become a BFD

How do you eat an elephant? The traditional answer is – One bite at a time! But I consider you do it with SHAG. Eating an elephant is a Big Hairy Audacious Goal (BHAG). SHAg is a Small Hairy Audacious Goal. Taking BHAGs and breaking them into SHAGs, helps you achieve your goals in smaller…

Episode 671 – Why You Should Treat Your Marketing Like Choosing A Winning Stock?

At one point, I thought it would be a good idea to try day trading… BOY was I wrong? I did not understand the basic concepts of how good stock purchases take targeted research. There are some key factors like Earnings Growth Trends, Price Earning Ratio, and Long Term Stability (which to this day I…

Episode 668 – INTERVIEW SPECIAL – Life Lessons For Success with Tag Team Member DC Glenn

DC Glenn was born in Chicago, Illinois, and Steve Gibson was born in Omaha, Nebraska. Both moved to Denver, Colorado, as young children. They met at Manual High School in 1982, where both pursued their musical interests. Gibson played drums in the jazz band and attended audio engineering classes at an early college education program,…

Episode 658 – To Be FRESH Content Creator You Need to Be A Consumer First

Who knew eating could be so complex? Today we have many choices. Fast food, or restaurant delivery, grocery shopping, or grocery delivery. Each has its advantages, but FRESH takes more time. If you want to deliver FRESH Content, you may need to consume great content and blend it together with your own creativity. When you…

Episode 656 – What is Your 2021 Stimulus Plan?

SSUCv3H4sIAAAAAAAEAJ2QywrDIBBF94X+g7jOwtakTfsroYuJSpCaCD5SSsi/10cE1905584d5852PiGER7CS4SfaYhVqqZS3zoCTegmYNAcXXDptJKgII9uTgq0D562wccSBGDgxhd4MD3/5Z8g1KkISgyNIGDcVs35MrKC9+duZH68SBSaxsG9auApihBKQgwy5Fb8/Tpi5jrZKLnRVg+dSVylXzUBFA60ms3BQPVcuHg4UN7xQ0nd3Qttbf21J96Bd2Hn/AUAJq/eYAQAA It’s 2021 Tax time for corporations. Also, we are all about to get some economic stimulus in our bank account soon? Those are assets and liabilities. I want to focus on your content assets. This is the content that you have created and shared that can be reused, reshared, and recycled as new content.…

Episode 655 – Scaling A Million Dollar Business In A Pandemic World with Tommy Mello

Tommy Mello is the founder of A1 Garage Doors, a $40 million-plus home service business with over 200 employees in 9 states. He shares what he’s learned at HomeServiceExpert.com to help fellow entrepreneurs scale their businesses. It takes a lot of guts and glory to go from $50k in debt to owning a $40 million…

Episode 653 – How To Rev Up Your Social Media Engine When The World Shifts To Neutral with Robin Wilson

Sassy is a word she likes to use to describe herself, but really words like driven, focused, and direct are closer to the flavor of cupcake that she is. Robin started SCP AGENCY in a time when no one knew this was a business. In 2013 they would ask…“Like, do people really pay you to…