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Your First Million As a Self Employed Biz Owner, With Ryan Stewman

Filed in Podcasts, Previous Episodes on September 5, 2017 0 Comments

It’s a moment most business owners dream about — but what is it actually like to generate your first million dollars? CEO and Founder of Hardcore Closer and Break Free Academy Ryan Stewman is here to talk about all things sales. His sales mastery can help generate higher quality leads, increase closing ratios, and show you how to charge premium fees for the items you sell — no matter what it is (cars, homes, financial services or consulting). With his no BS, ‘take action’ approach, Ryan has been able to help high income and high net worth performers make adjustments in their businesses that unleash windfall profits.

Ryan is a 5x best-selling Author, Motivational Speaker, Sales Coach, Podcast Host, Blogger and all around Entrepreneur. He’s also regularly contributes to Forbes, Entrepreneur, Addicted2Success, Good Men Project, Lighter Side of Real Estate, Huffington Post, and more. While some sales trainers advertise their success by bragging about private jets and expensive cars, Ryan prefers to brag about the mansions and exotic cars his clients have been able to purchase through the utilization of his teachings. His programs have propelled numerous clients from 5 and 6 figure incomes to 7 figure a year earners, and he has a new group he’s working on each year in his top tier program “The Tribe”. Join us as we talk about how he got started, what made him keep going when life knocked him down, and what it took to get where he is today. Plus, hear his best advice for someone just starting out.

Avoid Mental Defeat — Start Collecting Pebbles Now! With Rich Perry

Filed in Podcasts, Previous Episodes on August 29, 2017 0 Comments

Best selling author, conscious entrepreneur, and influencer Rich Perry has a personal motto: Lead By Example Through Excellence. While it sounds simple, this motto has set him up for success as he works with business leaders who want to make a difference in the world. Rich is the co-author of International #1 Best Selling book Bankroll Your Mind where he discusses how to achieve laser focus, operate with total integrity, and bring your best self in whatever you do in.

Rich was invited by Jim Britt and Jim Lutes to be a co-author in The Change, the fastest growing personal development book series in the world. Both through his books and coaching, Rich prides his ability to take each person on a hero’s journey by integrating conscious and unconscious performance to create a lasting and powerful change.

Join us as we discuss:

– Rich’s recent move to Texas from Pennsylvania.
– The support he received when starting The Path of Me.
– Overcoming struggles.
– The practice he calls, “Transforming Pebbles Into Mountains”.
– A specific process you (the listener) can utilize in you daily life!
– His new book, “Bankroll Your Mind”.

Driving Growth with Performance Partnerships, With Robert Glazer

Filed in Podcasts, Previous Episodes on August 22, 2017 0 Comments

Affiliate marketing has been around for a long time, but just like other models of business, it is rapidly evolving. Founder and Managing Director of Acceleration Partners, Robert (Bob) Glazer is here to discuss his passion for growing revenue and profits for B2C-based companies. Bob is a regular contributor to numerous outlets, writing about performance marketing, strategy, and culture. His success has placed him in demand by top brands and investment firms, such as adidas, ModCloth, Reebok, Target, Tiny Prints, Gymboree, and Warby Parker.

Bob brings his extensive experience in the consumer, e-commerce, retail, online marketing, and ad-tech industries to the table today as we discuss what Performance Partnerships is and how it differs from traditional affiliate marketing. We will also dig into his  predictions for the future of affiliate marketing, why there is a growing demand for transparency between brands and their affiliates, and why marketers are using the affiliate channel to manage influencers and business development-type partnerships and measure performance. Plus, discover what the “Uberization” of marketing means and what we can learn from brands who are setting up their own in-house marketplaces for their marketing partners.

The Soul of Success: Building a Career That Lets You Live Your Best Life, With Terra Winston

Filed in Podcasts, Previous Episodes on August 15, 2017 0 Comments

How can you change careers without starting over? What is the best way to leave your corporate job to start your dream business?

You can create success on your own terms and find work-life balance for high achievers, but what does it take?

Joining Adam this week is Terra Winston. She is leadership consultant and executive coach who will help you understand how to achieve what matters and build the career of your dreams.

In this episode, you will learn:

  • What is the best advice for introverts trying to get ahead?
  • What steps should future entrepreneurs take before quitting their day job?
  • What common mistakes keep high performers from getting promoted?
  • How can career changers avoid starting at the bottom?
  • How can we find more enjoyment and fulfillment in our work and life?

High Ticket Selling Made Simple, With Stephanie Chung

Filed in Podcasts, Previous Episodes on August 8, 2017 0 Comments

As a business owner, you need to be able to communicate your offer’s value effectively to others: your colleagues, your employees, your customers, even the members of your family. That’s where Stephanie Chung comes in. Stephanie offer sales training, executive coaching, and small business mentorship services nationwide. Among her products is the “High Ticket Selling Made Simple” course, designed to help small business owners sell more and make more. As a former sales executive in the aviation and private jet industry, Stephanie has mastered the art of high ticket selling and has mentored, coached and developed some of the highest paid, most elite, sales professionals in the country.

Stephanie is an executive coach, trainer and advisor backed with more than 25 years of team management, business development, and sales leadership experience! It’s safe to say, we can all benefit from the what Stephanie has learned through her impressive professional career. Join us as we discover what high-ticket selling means to her, some of the challenges people face when selling high-ticket items, and what obstacles entrepreneurs face when it comes to sales.

Hiring a Content Marketing Expert VS a Virtual Assistant, With Lyndsay Phillips

Filed in Podcasts, Previous Episodes on August 1, 2017 1 Comment

There’s a lot of buzz about who to hire and when to hire them as your business continues to grow. So much so, that I recently wrote a blog post about support roles and titles! Thankfully, serial entrepreneur Lyndsay Phillips is here to help offer some clarity. Lyndsay leads a large team that specializes in helping entrepreneurs attract customers faster with content marketing. Together we’ll discuss what a VA does, how a Content Marketing Expert is different, and how to tell which one is right for you.

Lyndsay is a self-professed organizational freak, client-appointed task master plus project ninja and warrior content marketer for life & business coaches, accountants and other online entrepreneurs across the globe. As the CEO & Founder of Smooth Sailing Business Growth, she leads a rock star team to support entrepreneurs who are seeking fast-paced business growth but finally have come to the realization that they can’t do it alone, do it all, and do it well. She is also the host of Sailing To Success Podcast and Smooth Sailing Online Support TV – – and loves sharing practical tips, business building & content marketing strategies so that you can be more productive and attract more customers faster.

How To Grow Your Business Through PR, With Josh Elledge

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

Startups and small businesses rarely work with a Public Relations agency. But Josh Elledge, founder of SavingsAngel.com® and upendPR is here to change that. In fact, he is on a mission to help entrepreneurs attract the perfect audiences using PR!

Through the years, Josh has consulted dozens of successful entrepreneurs – assisting them in creating the same sort of success he’s earned. That consulting eventually led to the creation of his business upendPR.com – which is designed to consult with and provide the tools for entrepreneurs who want to dramatically increase their own sales by attracting the perfect audiences without the typical expense associated with a PR firm. upendPR provides step-by-step video coaching, live training, direct access to over 1 million media contacts, media monitoring for ongoing story-ideas, agency-level journalist inquiry monitoring, ongoing pitch creation, and impactful consulting for entrepreneurs and startups seeking to exponentially increase sales & traffic.

Josh is a weekly syndicated newspaper columnist – reaching more than 1.1 million readers. He also regularly appears on more than 75 TV stations across the country – having appeared on TV or radio more than 1500 times. He lives in Orlando, FL and is a US Navy veteran, a dad of 3 awesome kids, and is a self-proclaimed fitness geek.

On this episode, we will discover:

– Why entrepreneurs should bother with PR.
– Why Facebook ads are NOT enough.
– How to know when to hire a PR agency.
– Where (and how) to connect with the right journalists.
– All about press releases.

Sell Without Selling, With Terry Dean

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

If you spend anytime on social media, you will see them. You know who I’m talking about…those people who are constantly selling and pushing their products and services on anyone who will listen.

While that may work in the short run to grab some low hanging fruit, the best clients are those who come to you ready to buy. How do you attract those juicy clients who come to you with their credit cards out waiting to spend money with you?

By providing upfront value.

In this episode, Adam is joined by Terry Dean. Terry went from delivering pizzas to earning just under 6 figures from a single email sent to his audience.

During this episode you will learn:

  • Terry’s formula for quickly boosting the conversion on websites, videos, and emails
  • Some of the biggest mistakes business owners make with email
  • One of the best ways to eliminate sales resistance in skeptical markets
  • And far more!

How to Live a Fulfilled Day, With Tony Grebmeier

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

There is a song by Tim McGraw that always hits home when I hear it – Live Like You Were Dying.

The point of the song is to live each day to its absolute fullest. Fulfill your dreams and passions.

Don’t stay stuck in a dead end job that you hate. Do what inspires you…what makes your heart sing.

Joining Adam this week is Tony Grebmeier. Tony built a 7 figure business, and then almost lost everything because of drugs and alcohol.

Now his company is an 8 figure business, his marriage is stronger than ever and his passion is helping others live find their passion and achieve more.

Don’t miss this incredibly raw and inspiring episode.

How To Keep More of What You Make, With Craig Cody

Filed in Podcasts, Previous Episodes on July 6, 2017 0 Comments

When you have your own business, you want to keep as much of your income as possible. However, taxes can easily eat away at your earnings. So, how can tax planning help?

Joining Adam this week is Craig Cody. He is a Certified Public Accountant and Certified Tax Coach. You do not want to miss this episode because Craig has a free book offer for listeners.

In this informative episode, you will find out:

  • What is tax planning?
  • What is the difference between using an accountant versus using a tax planner?
  • Why is it better to be proactive rather than reactive when dealing with taxes?
  • What are some good ways business owners can reduce their taxes?
  • What is the top write off most business owners miss?
  • How to hire your children to work in your business, and what are the benefits?