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Policy and the Culture Killer with Nick Sarillo

  Almost everyone loves pizza. Almost no one loves policy, especially employees. If you’re planning to grow a business, it pays to know in advance how your policies will affect the way your company culture, because that will affect your success. Better yet, don’t bother with policies at all. But are you ready to put your policy book in the company shredder? Today’s guest, Nick Sarillo, is the founder and CEO of Nick’s Pizza and …

Writing a Book Without Writing with Tucker Max

What if you could write a book without writing it? We’re not talking about ghost writing or word mills. This would be your voice, your expertise, and exactly what you would have written if you had the time to sit down and write it. Think it’s too good to be true? Today’s guest, Tucker Max, has developed a process he calls Book In A Box, and he’s had incredible success helping busy entrepreneurs and thought …

Creating the Perfect Day with Craig Ballantyne

Have you ever had that ‘perfect day’ you wish you could replicate over and over again? You were firing on all cylinders, knocking out tasks, and every single one of them brought you a step closer to your big life goals? How would you like every day to be a perfect day? Today’s guest, Craig Ballantyne, author of Perfect Day, can help you do just that. In fact, he says that it’s structure that leads …

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The Art of Persuasion with Dave Lakhani

What’s the difference between persuasion and manipulation? Is persuasion just a nicer way to manipulate someone? According to Dave Lakhani, persuasion expert, they are related but with two huge differences. Can you guess what they are? On today’s Business Reimagined, Dave takes us through his early life of being manipulated by an outlier religious cult and the latter part of his life teaching his clients to use this strategy ethically. How anyone can develop charisma and …

Where Engagement Is Going with Danny Iny

Engagement was a hot topic a few years ago, and it remains to be to this day… …but most people are doing it wrong. There’s one simple thing to remember when you’re talking about engaging with your audience, and it hasn’t changed since the beginning of the Internet. Want to find out the secret to real engagement? Today, our own Danny Iny, founder and CEO of Mirasee and author of Engagement from Scratch!, talks about how engagement …

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Martin Lindstrom Says to Get Close to Your Customers

When was the last time you sat down and had a face-to-face with one of your customers? Would you consider going to a fan’s home and having a chat with him to get to know him better? To many entrepreneurs, it’s a very foreign idea, but can you imagine the power of sharing a drink with your customer ‘avatar’ instead of looking at a breakdown of who you think he is, typed out on a …

Ron Friedman on Building a Better Workplace

Monica Seles is a famous tennis player, and she revolutionized the world of tennis by grunting. When she won an amazing upset in the 1990 French Open, the 16-year-old created a new trend that was quickly adopted by other players. What can we learn from this? While Monica’s guttural addition to tennis was unintentional, your own actions can set a standard and revolutionize energy, happiness, and productivity. When you make the ‘game’ your own by …

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Pat Flynn on Building an Offer

It’s hard to believe that success in building an offer can drag you down. Really – if you’re raking in thousands, hundreds of thousands, or even a cool million, is that the kind of success your heart desires? Or do you want to create something that will be a legacy for everyone? Today’s guest, Pat Flynn, is no stranger to building ultra-successful products. He’s been doing the Smart Passive Income blog and podcast for years …

David H Lawrence XVII on the Art, Science, and Commerce of Making it in Acting

You’ve heard it before: to be an artist is to suffer. Whether you’re acting, writing, painting, or any other creative endeavor, it’s easy to want to pretend the business side of things doesn’t exist. Money is dirty, and technology is too hard, right? You don’t have to be a starving artist. You don’t have to feel bad about leveraging technology and charging money for your hard work. Today’s guest, David H. Lawrence XVII, is an …