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In this episode of Dropping Bombs, Brad chats with Angelo about the...
At Dropping Bombs, we’re big on the idea of MORE. Doing more, making more, giving more, achieving more. Listen long enough, and you’re sure to hear Brad tell you his secret sauce how: Work your ass off doing double, or get twice as good at what you’re doing now.
“Let’s say you’re doing door-to-door sales,” says Brad. “There are two ways you can earn more: Knock on twice as many doors. Or, improve your sales pitch you hear two-times as many yeses.”
Gady Medrano, a Las Vegas realtor who’s...
“Often I’d try to sell employee training, and a prospect would say ‘No, we don’t train.’ But that same business will spend fifty-thousand advertising their product or service. That doesn’t make sense,” says Brad
Why should those businesses consider even a small investment training employees to capitalize on new customers? “Because, if you’re not training your employees, then your customers are.”
Coach Burt uses a different angle — for him, it’s all in the follow-up. “Most people don’t go...
IBF welterweight titleholder from 2013 to 2014, Shawn Porter has spent his life training for “what if” moments. “What if I get hit? What if I forget to breathe? What if I get knocked down?” The mindset of being prepared for anything shaped Shawn’s daily training for over two decades. Now that those efforts have paid off, he’s looking to give back outside the ring.
Enter Shawn’s friend Nick Llewellyn. A US Marine and father, the frequency of school shootings left Nick feeling powerless to...
Are you running your company without a dedicated sales team? Then you’re just floating along… and eventually those sales numbers might start to sink.
In this episode of Dropping Bombs, Brad chats with Tony Capullo -- one of the leading salespeople at LightSpeed VT.
What does Brad say to those who think just anyone can take on a sales role? Not so fast. A badass salesperson doesn’t just push for a close. They understand how to build the relationships that lead to deals. And, how to...
Rondi Lambeth has succeeded despite the odds. Growing up, he was forced to forage in dumpsters for food and navigate an emotionally unstable father.
How did Rondi overcome such harsh circumstances?
“First, you have to remember that there is no bad day,” he says. “If you open up your eyes in the morning, you’ve got a chance to make it okay.”
He says it’s also important to not let whatever happened in your past dictate your future. With that mindset, it makes sense that Rondi started a...
Brad sits down with the rental moguls of Rapid Realty, Carlos Angelucci and Anthony Lolli to discuss the new book, The Heart of the Deal, co-authored by Benjamin Platt. This rags-to-real-estate-riches story doesn’t stop at the author’s wallets, but instead details how this Brooklyn team has helped over 40,000 people launch careers in real estate as well.
If any one man knows something about greatness, it’s Tim Grover. CEO of ATTACK Athletics, Inc, Tim is known for his legendary work with elite champions and Hall of Famers, including Michael Jordan, Kobe Bryant, Dwyane Wade, and hundreds of other athletes.
In short, if you have any interest in upping your game and achieving excellence, the king is in the building.
That’s fantastic for the few of us mortals who already get up at the crack of dawn, ready to attack the day. But, what about...
To change certain behaviors you need to change your beliefs.
Brad and Carly discuss choices. Everything in life boils down to the choices you make. You are never going to make everybody happy, so get to know yourself, spend some time alone, look inward.
Listen up for more insight!
“Nothing in life stays the same,” says Edwin Arroyave. “You’re either getting better or getting worse.” So, which way do you want to go?
If your answer is getting better (and why wouldn’t it be?), then this might be the most valuable, actionable-advice-filled Dropping Bombs yet! Listen as Brad sits down with Edwin Arroyave, founder of Skyline Security Management—the hugely successful distributor of home security and automation products.
In a mere 43 minutes, you’ll hear two entrepreneurs...
“Make good shit and tell the truth” - Nicole Arbour doesn’t shy away from either. A comedy powerhouse and social media star, Nicole seems to be everywhere right now. And, whether promoting her new book or on stage delivering stand-up, she’s doing it with her trademark style of dishing out tough-to-swallow truths.
Which might just be the tough love we all need right now—whether you like it or not.
In this episode of Dropping Bombs, Brad and Nicole sit down to talk about what it takes to...
Every company has culture, but more importantly, is it the right culture?
Jay and Brad talk about cultural alignment and what it does for turnover, profitability and overall success of the company.
Here’s just some advice from Jay Doran, the culture coach: Write down your values, lead your people by example and train them.
Season two starts off right, with a speaker, coach, mentor and author, Weldon Long.
If you don’t think the dreams are possible, you will miss the opportunity to make them a reality. You CAN change the way you think. How? Find out in this new episode of Dropping Bombs.
Crowdsourcing is coming up in a big way. You can split the cost of a car ride with strangers, rent an entire vehicle by the hour, stay in stranger’s far-flung vacation homes, find responsible sitters for your pets, and even swap unwanted clothing or household goods.
Even better, not only is crowdsourcing a handy way to get things done on a budget, the focus on splitting costs (and resources) is also great for the environment.
So, what’s next on the crowdsourcing horizon? Brook Shehand...
Daymond John sits down with Brad to drop some knowledge on the squad. You might know Daymond from the hit show Shark Tank, but this experienced entrepreneur has been perfecting his hustle for 36 years.
Lesson number one? “If you can’t innovate, you might be doing the wrong thing,” says Daymond. “People who are passionate and driven about their business don’t have a shortage of ideas.”
Let the bombdiggity drop.
Don’t want to get left behind? Then tune into this knowledge-packed episode...
If Nick Santonastasso can wake-up grateful every day, what’s your excuse? At 21 years old, he already holds rank as an internet sensation and fitness champion and is now making rounds as a motivational speaker whose story resonates with audiences worldwide.
What makes Nick such an inspiration?
Nick was born with Hanhart Syndrome, a rare condition that affects the development of limbs and organs. With a 30% chance of survival, Nick was fortunate that his organs were unaffected by the...
Brad sits down with Carly Evaristo to chat about the attitude of gratitude and how to ride the line between being thankful, staying hungry—and the stress of wondering if what you did was good enough.
Does Brad ever get stressed? Nope. “The less you give a fuck, the happier you’ll be,” he says.
“Most people are risk-averse. But, think about the last damn thing you worried about. Did everything turn out okay? Most likely, now everything is fine, and you’re on your way.”
So, what IS the...
Brad sits down with Johnny Cardon, LightSpeed VT’s resident handyman, to explore how this talented, almost-famous rock n’ roller wound up screwing light bulbs instead of groupies.
After an unflinching, honest look at over a decade’s worth of questionable choices that have led to Johnny’s scooter-driving, back-porch-sleeping lifestyle, Brad dishes out some tough love.
“We all possess what it takes to win,” says Brad. “But, if you keep not taking these insignificant actions on a daily...
“What do you think about people who say they hate to sell?”—That’s the question that really kicks things off as Brad sits down with Ryan Stewman, otherwise known as The Hardcore Closer.
Ryan’s answer might surprise you. According to him, EVERYONE can sell. The only thing they’re lacking is people to sell too. (Even better, he has the numbers to prove it.) And, if you think success just fell into Ryan Stewman’s lap, think again. You’ll have to tune in to hear his full story, but just...
Albert has a problem. His business model is not working out. What to do but take a plane over and come see Brad Lea for some life and business advice?
It’s easy. Build a business based on a product or service that you can control. Start a side hustle. Make good decisions.