Podcasts

Where Have All The Leaders Gone?, With Tony Rubleski

Filed in Podcasts, Previous Episodes on April 25, 2017 0 Comments

What do highly successful, trailblazers do to achieve massive global success despite setbacks, critics, and other unique challenges?

Tony Rubleski culled through hours of audio interviews to get a true look at what successful leaders do to stay focused while pursuing their passion. “I’ve been blessed to conduct over 100 up-close interviews with internationally known bestselling authors, leaders, and newsmakers over the past eight years. It’s amazing what they revealed to me about adversity and success” he stated.

In this unique and informative episode, Tony shares with Adam some of what he’s learned.

In this call you will learn:

  • The seven key characteristics all Trailblazers share
  • How they respond to doubt, adversity, and criticism
  • Strategies to help reinvent a business or career
  • How they manage time to get more done
  • Why failure is a big part of the overall success process
  • Effective ways to turn ideas into reality to grow a business or lead a team

The Mobile Work Revolution, With Frank Cottle

Filed in Podcasts, Previous Episodes on April 18, 2017 0 Comments

The modern office is changing. Flexible workspaces, working from home and remote offices are transforming how we do business.

There is a growing demand for you and your workers to be able do business from anywhere in the world. How can you embrace this trend?

Joining Adam this week is Frank Cottle. Frank is the expert on flexible workspaces and the virtual office movement.

In this episode, you will learn:

• Working on the Move: Flexible working, anytime, anywhere.
• How flexible workspace plays a crucial role in driving today’s economy.
• How remote office services help business owners maintain professionalism, even when working from home (or from the beach!)
• How to start a business from anywhere.

• Virtual Offices: the 21st century workplace solution for any size business.

Go From Scared To Successful: How To Comfortably Build Relationships Through Networking, With Lori Saitz

Filed in Podcasts, Previous Episodes on April 11, 2017 0 Comments

Your parents taught you not to talk to strangers. However, networking and communication are essential skills for building relationships in the business world. How can you overcome your fears and learn to network successfully?

What if you could be comfortable starting any conversation?

Joining Adam this week is Lori Saitz. Known as The Quiet Girl’s Guide, she is a speaker and networking strategy coach who helps people overcome their communication fears.

In this call, you will learn how to network without fear:

  • Does it really matter if you go to in-person networking events?
  • What’s a common mistake people make when choosing which networking events to go to?
  • What are some tips for feeling more comfortable at networking events?

All the Crap that You Didn’t Know Was Part of the Gig when you Started a Business, With Brook Borup

Filed in Podcasts, Previous Episodes on April 4, 2017 0 Comments

How do you stop drowning in meetings, emails and other parts of your business that sap your energy and strength? How do you know what to delegate, and how to do it properly?

The power of delegation in business cannot be underestimated. It is time to let go of old processes and ideas that are killing your business.

Joining Adam this week is Brook Borup, who is the CEO of My Clone Solution and creator of “In the Trenches MBA” on Youtube.

In this call, you will learn:
  • Why is delegation so important for any business owner?
  • How does a business owner choose the right tools to be successful for your business?
  • How can you get admin help on a small business budget?
  • How do you learn to delegate?
  • How do you know what to delegate?

 

The SECRETS to Standing Out in a Crowded Marketplace Regardless of Your Niche, With Bret Ridgway

Filed in Podcasts, Previous Episodes on March 28, 2017 0 Comments

Let’s face it. With today’s technology, standing out from your competition is getting harder and harder. Being an author and/or speaker used to be an automatic way of being known as an expert in your industry.

These are still powerful methods of positioning yourself as an expert…if you do it right.

Joining Adam this week is Bret Ridgeway, an expert at getting people seen.

In this week’s episode you will learn:

  • Key mistakes authors and speakers make
  • How to get started as a speaker
  • How to position yourself above your competition
  • And lots more!

Curation Secrets for Business Creators, With Scott Scanlon

Filed in Podcasts, Previous Episodes on March 21, 2017 0 Comments

Coming up with new content for articles, blogs and social media is a time-consuming process. But it’s also an incredibly necessary process.

Think about how long it takes you to write a blog post and then publish it in your newsletter. What about your social media? How much time do you spend researching and writing tips, quotes, and so forth?

What if there was a solution to cut that time drastically?

Joining Adam this week is Scott Scanlon, founder of Curation Suite.

He’s going to share the value of content curation…

Learn:

  • What is content curation?
  • What is the biggest benefit of content curation for a business creator?
  • Is content curation legal? Isn’t it stealing content?
  • How does content curation create traffic for your site?
  • What’s the best way to monetize with curation?

What Do Fashion and Abused Dogs Have in Common?, With Steven Riznyk

Filed in Podcasts, Previous Episodes on March 14, 2017 0 Comments

What do fashion, business and abused dogs have in common? Steven Riznyk.

There are thousands of homeless and abused animals roaming around our country. And it’s people like Steven who do their part to help.

In a unique twist on Business Creators’ Radio, Adam and Steven join together to discuss how and why Steven has created two separate companies both geared toward raising funds to care for abused animals.

The Power of Mastermind Groups, With Charlene Burke

Filed in Podcasts, Previous Episodes on March 7, 2017 0 Comments

Running a business alone can make for a very arduous journey. Not to mention lonely.

Mastermind groups are a very powerful tool that the most successful entrepreneurs use. There is something to be said about getting together with a group of like-minded individuals and putting your heads together.

With a mastermind group you can:

  • Connect with like-minded people
  • Have a safe place to discuss business ideas and hardships
  • Get expert advice from others
  • Create a referral network to get and give referrals
  • And much more…

Joining Adam is mastermind expert, Charlene Burke. Tune in and learn how this powerful tool can help you build your business.

How Your Mindset Determines Your Results, With Kim Ades

Filed in Podcasts, Previous Episodes on February 28, 2017 0 Comments

When you’re in business for yourself, you need an entirely different mindset than if you were just an employee. The wrong mindset can bring your business to its knees while the right mindset can propel your business to heights you’ve never dreamed of.

Join Adam and guest Kim Ades and learn how you can get into the right frame of mind.

 

Hands-on Solutions to Hiring Reliable Remote Workers, With Nathan Hirsch

Filed in Podcasts, Previous Episodes on February 21, 2017 0 Comments

Have you been through a few Virtual Assistants with no luck? Or tried rolling the dice with an overseas contractor only to find the language barrier too difficult to navigate?

What if there was a solution that takes the headache out of hiring help?

Let’s face it, you’re busy enough as it is. So when it comes to getting help in your business, the last thing you need is a lengthy, pain in the neck process.

Nathan Hirsch has generated over $20 million in ecommerce sales since 2009 and is an expert in all areas of running multi-million dollar companies…including hiring.

He joins Adam to give the scoop on hiring remote workers and how you can successfully find a perfect fit for you.