John Jantsch sits down with real estate expert, author, and speaker Michael J. Maher. Maher discusses his book, The Seven Levels of Communication: Go From Relationships to Referrals, where he shares how any business can thrive by focusing their efforts on referrals rather than the traditional sales cycle.
John Jantsch reads a selection from his upcoming book, The Self-Reliant Entrepreneur, due out on October 22, 2019. This selection features a quote from Ralph Waldo Emerson and reflections on how to create your business's history as part of your entrepreneurial journey.
John interviews Chris Martinez, co-founder and CEO of DUDEagency.io, an outsourced web development firm. Martinez knows all the ins and outs of website design, from site layout and development to how to integrate tactical and strategic elements like landing pages, funnels, and SEO. Martinez shares his expertise and gives advice that's useful to all business owners, no matter what field or industry you're in.
John speaks with author, speaker, and business coach Steve Farber. Farber is the founder and CEO of the Extreme Leadership Institute and the author of several books, including Love is Just Damn Good Business: Do What You Love in the Service of People Who Love What You Do. In this episode, Farber talks about why making love a discipline and practice in your business matters and shares how to do it.
John interviews business coach and bestselling author David Finkel. Finkel discusses his latest book, The Freedom Formula, in which he advocates for a move away from the time and effort economy and towards the value economy.
John sits down with Ryan Holiday, writer, media strategist, and leading expert on the ancient philosophy of Stoicism. Holiday talks about his latest book, Stillness is the Key, and shares how applying lessons from this ancient philosophy can help improve our modern lives.
John chats with Jeremy Miller, founder of Sticky Branding and author of Brand New Name. He is a brand strategist, and here he shares why selecting the right brand name matters, plus the step-by-step process for finding the name that fits best with your business, product, or service.
Dan Gershenson and Ian Cantle are marketing experts and part of the Duct Tape Marketing Consultant Network. On this episode, they discuss the book that they've co-authored with three other marketing consultants, Content Marketing for Local Search. In the book, they share what business owners can do to create content that captures the attention of prospects and customers throughout their journey, while also ranking well on Google.
John Jantsch shares another excerpt from his upcoming book, The Self-Reliant Entrepreneur, due out in October 2019. Each page contains a reading from a Transcendentalist author and John's thoughts on the reading as it relates to leading a purposeful entrepreneurial life.
Photographer, director, entrepreneur, and author Chase Jarvis stops by the podcast to discuss his book, Creative Calling. He believes that everyone is inherently creative, and when we develop a practice to nurture those creative impulses, we can tap into a whole new side of ourselves.
John reads an excerpt from his upcoming book, The Self-Reliant Entrepreneur, due out in October 2019. The book is organized into 366 daily meditations for entrepreneurs; today's reading is from the September 18 entry.
John sits down with Jason Harris, CEO of creative agency Mekanism and author of The Soulful Art of Persuasion. They discuss the 11 habits Harris outlines in the book that can help anyone to become a master influencer.
John Warrillow, founder of The Value Builder System and author of Built to Sell shares what business owners must do to create a company that is appealing to investors and has the potential to thrive without them at the helm.
Community and collaboration strategy consultant Jono Bacon discusses his upcoming book, People Powered. He talks about the role of communities in building your business, and shares advice for starting a community around your brand.
Keynote speaker, musician, and author Brant Menswar stops by to discuss how to choose your purpose. His strategy for identifying your core values helps individuals and organizations hone in on their non-negotiables and begin to engage with the world in a purpose-driven way.
John Jantsch does a solo show on the importance of content in marketing. It's more than just a tactic, it's risen to the strategic level. And you need a solid content foundation before you can begin amassing content like blogs and podcasts. He walks you through how to create a core message and strong website that serve as the base of it all.