Episode 569 – Want More Business? Give 100% And Expect Nothing In Return

Not so long ago, business, as usual, has come to an abrupt halt. In some cases, it has changed in scope and feel, while others have had a complete shutdown. Many people are scrambling to figure out how to grow or rebuild their businesses, but I would like to offer you some hope. Now is…

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Episode 569 – The 6 Types Of Questions You Should Be Asking Your Prospects with Nancy Kazdan

Nancy L. Kazdan, Founder & CEO, Market Share International is widely regarded by her clients as the leader in advising, coaching and training people from professional services organizations, financial institutions and technology firms in strategic marketing skills, presentation skills, conversational selling techniques and sales process reengineering. She helps her clients to dissect and improve every…

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Episode 568 – Don’t Get Bored Get Focus – Follow One Course Until Successful

I have to admit it, I have become bored lately. It’s not from a lack of work to do? It was because the work I was accomplishing was becoming redundant. Have you ever heard the acronym F.O.C.U.S? It stands for Follow One Course Until Successful. Sometimes you have to take a break or create a…

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Episode 567 – Social Distancing vs Physical Distancing In A Social Hungry World with Brian Kinghorn

Brian E. Kinghorn, Ph.D. is an assistant professor of Curriculum, Instruction, and Foundations at Marshall University. He earned his doctorate in educational psychology and educational technology at Michigan State University. Dr. Kinghorn teaches courses in Educational Psychology, Human Development, Elementary Science, and the Psychology of Social Media. His writing and research interests include learning from…

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Episode 566 – Need More Business? How To Listen For Questions And Communicate Answers

If you have listened to this podcast for a while you probably know that I love golf. The good news in Illinois is that they are opening up golf courses soon, but there are still a lot of questions that have to be answered about how?. During the course of any given week, people ask…

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Episode 565 – Designing Success Through Structured Process with Stephen Pope

I grew up an entrepreneur and inventor, learning to use technology to help build the next “big” thing. When I was younger, that was a water cooled computer and then a car computer. Later that was starting a business where I helped entrepreneurs and businesses build the technology and software they needed to run their…

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Episode 564 – Why Hiring A Good Content Writer Is Great For Business?

Happy spring! Spring is here – Trees are blooming, noses are running and I am jogging. As I run through my neighborhood, there is a park that I can see through the trees, but as the treas begin to bud it’s getting harder to see it every day. As business people, we can often get…

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Episode 563 – Balancing Working From Home With Your Family In The Same Room with Matthew Brennan

Matthew Brennan is a freelance copywriter specializing in high-quality blog and website content, as well as landing pages, sales letters, and other marketing materials. He translates complex industry concepts into a formula that resonates with your business audience. Matt has worked with small and medium-sized businesses across a variety of industries. He’s also had work…

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Episode 562 – How Your Website Is Like Taking Your Brain To The Bank

During this time of crisis, you are either identified as a an essential or non-essential business. But you have an essential part of your business and that is your website. It’s like a bank (which is an essential business. You don’t put money in a bank to make money of it (with interest rates currently…

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Episode 561 – Broken Windshields & Naked Swimmers and Conducting Business In A Time Of Crisis with Perry Marshall

Perry Marshall is one of the most expensive business strategists in the world. He is endorsed in FORBES and INC Magazine. He’s guided clients like FanDuel and InfusionSoft from startup to hundreds of millions of dollars. He founded the $10 million Evolution 2.0 Prize, with judges from Harvard, Oxford and MIT. Launched at the Royal Society…

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