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108: Generating Traffic Through SEO: Creating Value And Comprehensive Content with Stephan Spencer

If you believe that you have value to add then add it. Step up, speak up and become part of the conversation. That is exactly what Stephan Spencer did. Stephan got a job as a mic runner at an internet marketing conference so he can get in for free. As a 24-year-old young guy who thinks he knows SEO and online marketing and conversion stuff more than the panelists and the speakers, he started to chime in on some of the answers. By the end of the day, he had this huge stack of business cards,...


107: How To Master The Art Of Selling with Tom Hopkins

There are no shortcuts to success. Almost every one of us has to go through tough times and learn how to move forward. Tom Hopkins’ journey towards becoming the influential person that he is now proves just how important hard work is. Aptly called The Builder of Sales Champions, Tom is also the author of the book How to Master the Art of Selling. From being thrust into the world of real estate at such a young age, he took on the guidance of J. Douglas Edwards and started doing better,...


106: Nathan Hirsch on Remote Hiring And The Opportunities Beyond

Succeeding in your business is about going beyond the comfortable. Nathan Hirsch is no stranger to this when he built up his own remote hiring software, FreeeUp. Coming from one of those rare success stories that sprung up from a dorm room, Nathan started his now million-dollar business bargaining books in college. He later went out of his comfort zone and started selling toys and baby products at just 21 years old. Talking about his parents and the dream life he wanted, he explored on the...


105: Conversational Marketing Through Building Quizzes with Josh Haynam

There are two big reasons why quizzes are incredibly popular. Number one, people love to talk about themselves, and the other thing is it lets you learn about yourself through quizzes. Josh Haynam, co-founder of Interact Quiz Builder, says a quiz lets people talk about themselves because you're answering questions that are often highly personal within the quiz. A quiz lets you find out about yourself because you're going to get personalized recommendations on how to improve at the end....


104: Respect-Based Marketing: Installing Buying Beliefs with Bastian Ernst

Businesses is relationship between people, and selling is not about pushing people and putting a lot of sales pressure on the sales event, the sales page, the sales call, and so on. It's all about creating a marketing strategy and creating messaging and communication that is all-around, installing buying beliefs. That’s what respect-based marketing is all about. CEO and Founder of Wild Audience Bastian Ernst explains respect-based marketing is offering something to relevant to a person...


103: The Power Of Hypnosis with Marshall Sylver

The power of hypnosis could be one of the most powerful forces on the planet. Ultimately, everything is hypnosis because everything is what we perceive it to be, and all hypnosis is self-hypnosis, just the same as all learning is self-learning. Marshall Sylver is a respected business consultant and a world class hypnotist. Marshall says while we are 100% in control of our thoughts and emotions, we are not 100% in control of our environment or our world. The one that we're dealing with in...


102: Solving Pain Problems: Replacing Pain With Success with Extus Justin

There are a lot of businesses you might like to go into, but coaching consultant Extus Justin says the one that you should go into is the one that is solving pain problems for other people. Offering coaching and advice and going out and saying, “Here’s what I want to help someone with,” is a route that can lead to failure. Instead, you should try to find what people are struggling with and figure out how you can make them realize their problem and want to solve it. Extus says your job is...


101: How To Succeed In Direct Response Marketing With Doberman Dan

There is always something to be said about a renegade businessman who started with nothing and slowly built his company the hard way. For those looking to make it big in direct response marketing, perhaps you’ll find courage in Doberman Dan’s inspirational story. He is no stranger to the school of hard knocks, fighting back to become successful over and over again. After nine years of serial failure, he used direct response marketing to start a self-publishing business in the bodybuilding...


100: Secrets To Growing Revenue With Online Courses With Isaac Tolpin

Why is now the best way to grow revenue with online courses and corporate digital training? And is there a way to achieve this in a culture that demands authenticity? Isaac Tolpin reveals ways of disrupting EdTech by aligning online courses with human behavior. Isaac is one of the Founders of, the #1 Micro-Learning platform for influencers and companies. He’s a tech entrepreneur and futurist at heart, on a mission, enabling brands to authentically connect and inform at scale...


99: Executing Your Billion-Dollar Idea With Nicole Holland

What’s the next big step after the billion-dollar idea? When it comes to building a sturdy foundation for your business, it is important to work out the logistics in your follow-through. How detailed is your implementation going to be? And will it correspond with your original intention from when you first started out? Business expert Nicole Holland shares the secrets on how to leverage your existing resources and properly execute your vision.Nicole was named by The Huffington Post as one...


98: How To Think And Act Strategically with Penny Zenker

For someone who didn’t have a degree in technology, business expert and strategic coach Penny Zenker ended up going from being chief technology officer to taking her boss's job and being responsible for a holding company across five different companies in three different countries. Penny shares that her experiences working for a market research firm taught her the most valuable lessons about time management and how to think and act strategically. She said that being presented with...


97: Exploring Popular Demand With Leadsology With Tom Poland

In today’s current financial state of affairs, every business owner must create an inbound flow of leads. You create better businesses through better leads, which requires a higher level of understanding about what it means to be in demand. Luckily, Tom Poland has taken care of the process with his program called Leadsology: The Science of Being in Demand. Tom operates a blended learning program that gives professional advisors a model for generating a flow of high-quality, inbound, new...


96: Maximizing Profit Through Retail Business Strategy with Salena Knight

How can you maximize profit with your retail business? Salena Knight knows the strategy. She is a business owner who started as a government employee dealing with teams of contractors, angry clients, and mayhem on a daily basis. Adding to that a miracle, her new baby who needed a sustainable baby product. Salena did what all great entrepreneurs do and opened a retail store. That's when the life-changing lessons of business hit like waves on the beach, “How do I get clients? How do I manage...


95: Boosting Your LinkedIn Presence with Sarah Santacroce

Being online is not an option, it's a must, and there's a simple way to succeed if you're willing to persevere. LinkedIn consultant and strategist Sarah Santacroce is going to show us how. Sarah is a self- proclaimed introvert and is nothing but determined to be extroverted with clients in helping them with their LinkedIn presence. Back in 2006 when social media was just beginning, Sarah found a way to create buzz around her own company and thought that if she can do that for herself...


94: How To Apply Evernote In Business And Life with Charles Byrd

Want to change people’s lives for the better so they could pursue their dreams and attain them? This has always been what Charles Byrd, Evernote guru, wanted to do in life. It led him to create a course that teaches entrepreneurs and professionals how to apply Evernote to their businesses and lives so they can have less stress and find what they need within seconds. Since doing so, things have snowballed in a beautiful way to where he reaches over a million people a year with his message...


93: Cracking The Code of Future Money Trends with Daniel Ameduri

Imagine if you could have the ability to see the future, what would you like to know? Daniel Ameduri of Future Money Trends Newsletter is a business expert who claims that to be able to see the future, we must extrapolate where we are now to where we will be in the future. When it comes to money, he has the crystal ball to know what’s going to happen next. What started as a hobby of doing economic updates and forecasts turned into a full time business of putting content on the internet and...


92: The Strategy Of Differentiation with Ron Carucci

The strategy of differentiation is a core element of a strong foundation for what it takes to grow a business. This is what Ron Carucci learned through his own experiences with being a CEO. Ron is a business expert who specializes in working with leaders of organizations to greatly enhance their skills and help accelerate the growth of small companies. Ron says growing a business starts with understanding exactly what makes you unique, what, and why people are buying from you. It could be...


91: The Tales Of The Everyday Working Man and Woman with Kimanzi Constable

Many of us have faced insurmountable challenges in life where we almost gave up, but we didn’t. Kimanzi Constable delivered bread for 12 years but he had to wake up in the middle of the night to start his work. He wrote a journal about the experiences of those 12 years that turned into his first book, “The Tales of Everyday Working Man and Woman.” Like most authors, he needed to sell his book but figured that guesting on podcasts is one way of achieving this, as well as learn the basics of...


90: Collaborate, Cooperate and Make More Marbles with Brad Hart

As an entrepreneur, you need to make enough decisions, get into enough trades and investments, and build enough relationships so that there is enough in your life going well that they make up for the things that don’t. Brad Hart became a successful real estate developer where he developed the mindset that he would rather make more marbles than take everyone else’s. He believes collaboration and cooperation should be the driver to make and grow a business, rather than the cutthroat concept...


89:Building An Online Information Marketing Company From Zero To One Million with Heather Havenwood

It is only when you give yourself permission to fail that you also give yourself the permission to succeed. This is one of the first lessons Heather Havenwood set out for a career in corporate America and had a lot of moments to ask herself what she really wanted to do next. Heather shares how she lost everything and realized she wasn’t a failure, rather she made a critical mistake. She has built an online information marketing company from zero to a million dollars and developed a passion...