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10 Lessons
FROM DEBT TO 7 FIGURES

5 Easy-Peasy (But Effective) Tips for Powerful Audience Engagement

Unlike other business people, solopreneurs must do everything alone. Every business role requires your attention—from project management and accounting, to marketing and customer service. Though it takes a lot of time and effort to keep such business afloat, the hard work eventually pays off. If you are brave enough to become a solopreneur, congratulations. While such an endeavor is difficult, with the right tools and the right mindset, it is far from impossible. There will …

Create a Zappos Culture with Robert Richman

  I’m sure you’ve heard of the shoe company, Zappos, and their amazing workplace culture. They have a popcorn machine in the lobby. Does that mean you should get a popcorn machine, too? Is creating culture really that simple? Yes and no, according to the man who helped Zappos pioneer their corporate culture training, Robert Richman. Today, he talks about what makes a great company culture, not JUST for existing companies, but those that are …

CRM for Solopreneurs

But I’m a New Solopreneur. Do I REALLY Need CRM Software?

Customer Relationship Management software (CRM) is usually associated with smooth talking sales guys from BigFirm Inc. These guys use state of the art systems that costs thousands of dollars every year and require months of training just to even turn them on! Luckily, the landscape of CRM software has evolved, and while those sales guys from big companies and expensive software are still kicking around, CRMs are now affordable, and accessible to the solopreneur. In …

Anthony Trucks Hustle

Trusting Your Hustle with Anthony Trucks

Entrepreneurs come in all shapes and sizes. You’ve got those who were born to it and others who had incredible mentors. The stars seemed to align for them. Then there are some who have to fight and hustle for every bit of ground they gain. It feels like no one cares about their dreams or passions, and no one is there to help or guide them. Are YOU a ‘foster child’ of the entrepreneurial world? …

Greg Crabtree accounting

Simplicity and Honesty in Accounting with Greg Crabtree

  For any business, profit is like oxygen. You can’t live long without it. It’s also the key to building real wealth. If your accountant doesn’t understand that, he could have you spending a dollar to save 40 cents. What kind of accounting is that? The kind that will strangle your company’s profitability and growth. Today’s guest, Greg Crabtree, is a new type of accountant. After working with hundreds of entrepreneurs, he provides his clients …

Surveys Matt Champagne

The Secret to Better Surveys with Matt Champagne

Having a ‘satisfied’ customer isn’t enough these days. How many people switch phone and TV plans every year or two to get the better deal, regardless of how satisfied they are? What you need to do is create ‘lifers,’ and one of the best ways to do that is through surveys. Yes, I said surveys. But just ‘asking’ isn’t enough. Today’s guest, Dr. Matt Champagne, is an industrial organizational psychologist. He has been helping businesses …

customers into promoters

How to Turn Your Customers into Promoters

How often do you go to a restaurant or see a movie because a friend recommended it? That opinion probably means a lot more to you than online reviews from strangers or any advertising you see, because it’s from a real source you trust. According to a study by Ogilvy, Google, and TNS from 2014, word of mouth was listed as the largest influence on consumer purchases. From that same study, search and company websites …

Ryan Holiday Ego

How Ego Destroys You with Ryan Holiday

We’ve got a lot of phrases that capture the essence of ego. We say ‘she’s got a big head,’ or ‘he thinks the world revolves around him.’ There’s my personal favorite, one I often heard my grandfather say, ‘he’s getting too big for his britches.’ But as entrepreneurs, don’t we need ego to do the improbable, or is confidence enough? Today’s guest, Ryan Holiday, admits to struggling with ego. According to him, that’s exactly why …

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