Previous Episodes

Growing Your Small Business in 2020, With Matt LaClear

Filed in Podcasts, Previous Episodes on March 17, 2020

Have you ever been told that earning quality guest posts to your site is all about luck? That all you have to do is send enough outreach messages out and the links will start flying in?

Well, here’s the truth: That advice isn’t just dead wrong — it’s irresponsible.


Because no strategy will work if you have a mentality about only being in it for yourself. In fact, they only make you feel like a miserable failure. If that sounds familiar, you’re probably having a really tough time getting websites ranked on Google.

Matt LaClear is an expert in SEO and link building. Joining Adam, he shares his insights into the world of SEO and how to grow your business.

  • How it is possible to get a premium link prospect to value linking to your website;
  • If link building and SEO are dead;
  • The number one thing small business owners in the U.S. can do to start growing their businesses today;
  • Does Google really have the best interest of small business owners at heart;
  • And much more!

If you’re frustrated that your SEO and link building strategies aren’t producing the right results, this is the episode for you!

Lead Generation for Service Businesses, With Kenn Costales

Filed in Podcasts, Previous Episodes on March 10, 2020

Ever felt stuck after working so much on driving traffic, only for it to not convert?

You’ve done the job of creating traffic to your site. You’re in the top 10 of the search engine rankings. You’re running ads with a 6/10 relevance score.

But despite that work, there are still little to no conversions.

Enter Kenn Costales. A 2019 featured honoree in Forbes 30 under 30 Asia, Kenn is the man to turn to when the sales slack off. He joins Adam to share his experience with getting more leads for your business.


  • Why Linkedin Outreach is better than Google AdWords for Lead Generation;
  • Why Facebook Ads have better ROI than Google AdWords;
  • How brick & mortar businesses can get more qualified leads online;
  • And much more!

Ready for more leads that turn into more sales? Tune in!

A Hero’s Journey, With Robert Beadles

Filed in Podcasts, Previous Episodes on March 3, 2020

Not all cryptocurrencies—and not all blockchains that the various cryptocurrencies rely on—are created equal. All cryptocurrencies rely on one form of blockchain technology or another to function—without blockchain technologies, cryptocurrencies would have no reliable way of handling the kind of decentralized, “trustless” accounting necessary to ensure a hack- and tamper-proof ledger of transactions.

It can be quite challenging to attempt to summarize all of the various blockchain technologies currently in existence—there are currently thousands of them. An easier way to go about doing this is first to look at the kind of blockchains currently in existence in a general sense, and then move on to a discussion of the various types of cryptocurrencies themselves.

Joining Adam is Robert Beadles. An expert in all things crypto, Robert sheds some light on the mystical world of cryptocurrency.


  • What a blockchain is;
  • How blockchain and cryptocurrencies are linked;
  • The different types and uses of blockchains and cryptocurrencies;
  • And much more!

If you want more clarity around cryptocurrency…this is the show for you1

The Ultimate Success in Business, With Ian Reynolds

Filed in Podcasts, Previous Episodes on February 25, 2020
These days, competition among businesses is fierce. If your company doesn’t deliver high-quality products and services promptly, customers can simply go somewhere else.
In order to help your business stay competitive, it’s important to reduce the time between the development and product release phases. The best way to do this is by strengthening your software development teams and employing reliable technologies to ensure the best quality products and services.

Technology is constantly changing and iterating. Staying current with your tech means you’re staying current with the market, allowing you to:

  • Speed up your development, testing, and deployment processes.
  • Keep a closer line of communication from customers to developers to operations.
  • Be confident in your business’s ability to meet customer requirements.
  • Better analyze your business requirements.
  • Make better decisions for your business.

Ian Reynolds is an expert in business solutions and technology. He joins Adam to empower you greater profitability and efficiency.


  • One of the most common software problems in businesses;
  • What software program needs to be built that haven’t been;
  • The future in automation;
  • How technology has disrupted business/industry;
  • And much more!

If you want to learn how to increase revenue, reduce cost and drive business transformation, don’t miss this!

The Great American Tax Remedy, With Kelly Alexander

Filed in Podcasts, Previous Episodes on February 18, 2020

You’re about to discover something about the money in your wallet right now, and taxation, that most people will never hear or know about.

In fact, less than 1% of the U.S. population is aware of what you are about to hear. That’s why you’ve probably never heard of it. And, once you do, it may sound ‘too good’ to be true!

There are taxes that you are paying right now that you could ACTUALLY STOP paying in the future, and it’s totally legal!

Kelly Alexander is the founder of the Great American Tax Remedy. She joins Adam to share with us some little known banking laws that you can use to reduce your taxes.


  • What the Great American Tax Remedy is and how it helps people legally pay less income tax;
  • How the system works;
  • Who can benefit from this strategy;
  • And much more!

It’s truly possible and legal for YOU to pay modest or ZERO income tax — join us and learn how.

Subtle Words that Sell, With Paul Ross

Filed in Podcasts, Previous Episodes on February 11, 2020

Are you tired of the same, worn-out sales scripts, assumed closes, tag questions, and other stale nonsense that no longer work, insult your prospect’s intelligence, and make you feel like a schmuck?

It’s time to see yourself getting your prospects to convince themselves to buy, adding top dollars to your bottom line, and doing this without resorting to sleazy sales tricks.

Paul Ross has been teaching the power of words for over 30 years and he’s joining Adam to share some ground-breaking concepts and tools that will change your sales results forever.


  • The process for establishing yourself as a trusted expert, authority, and guide in your prospect’s mind in the first 5 minutes of conversation;
  • How to use agreement frames to create “Objection Amnesia” in your prospect’s mind;
  • 3 secrets that can instantly destroy limiting beliefs and replace them with powerful, astounding confidence;
  • The fundamental principles of Subtle Selling;
  • And much more!

If you want to learn how to get your prospects to convince themselves to buy, don’t miss this!

Online Presence | Your Marketing Strategy Matters, With Ryder and Emily Thacker

Filed in Podcasts, Previous Episodes on February 4, 2020

How you appear online says everything about how you run your business. It’s more than just having a fancy website. Your online presence includes how you speak to your customers, how you market to them, how you interact, and so on.

If you don’t have a strong marketing strategy, you may as well throw spaghetti against a wall to see what sticks.

Emily and Ryder Thacker are in the business of making you look good online. They join Adam to share why your online presence is so important.

Discover how to:

  • Create a strong online presence and marketing strategy;
  • Handle online reviews and use them to increase customer loyalty;
  • Respond effectively to attacks driven by “outrage culture” and “cancel culture”;
  • Nurture and grow a loyal tribe of fans and followers who enthusiastically support you in the marketplace;
  • Use discussion groups and forums to build your audience and attract prospects and customers;
  • And much more.

If you’re ready to strengthen your online presence, don’t miss this episode!

Don’t Hire the Wrong Business Broker, With Chad Peterson

Filed in Podcasts, Previous Episodes on January 28, 2020

Businesses should be sold at a fair price for both buyer and seller in order for a bank to get behind it and fund the deal. If you hire the wrong business broker you are signing up for a lot of headaches and no results. A good broker will manage all of the pieces while coaching the buyer and the seller towards the right goals in order to accomplish the Acquisition.

Renowned business broker and serial entrepreneur, Chad Peterson, teams up with Adam to share the ins and outs of preparing your business for sale.


  • What to expect from a great broker;
  • Why use a broker to sell your business;
  • How to come up with the value of a business;
  • What process of selling a business is the most difficult;
  • And much more.

If you have an inkling you may one day want to sell your business, you need to listen to this episode!

Disrupting the Healthcare Industry, With Shane Foss

Filed in Podcasts, Previous Episodes on January 21, 2020

It’s believed that there are as many as 75 million workers that currently occupy the gig economy in the United States. That’s nearly one-third of American workers. Each day, new markets become available for people to utilize and create independent revenue streams for themselves, entering an evolving market that has long been known as the “gig economy.” Companies like Etsy, eBay, Uber, Lyft, Fiverr, and more pave the way for an emerging gig economy that has yet to be revealed.

Though this lifestyle offers flexibility and spontaneity that is absent in regular full-time positions, there are vital components that are missing from gig economy positions that would otherwise be provided with long-term employment — one of those being stable healthcare coverage.

Shane Foss decided to change that and paired his 20+ years of experience in the healthcare industry with his passion for technology to form a new type of healthcare insurance.

Joining Adam, Shane shares how he’s disrupting the healthcare industry.


  • What Americans should be most worried about when it comes to healthcare;
  • Insights into health coordinators and proactive healthcare management;
  • What employers and business owners are facing in the current job market, and what do they need to know;
  • What you should expect and deserve from a health insurance company;
  • And much more!

If you want to learn more about affordable healthcare coverage for you, your family, and your team, tune in!

Creating Successful Mastermind Groups, With Aaron Walker

Filed in Podcasts, Previous Episodes on January 14, 2020

The popularity of mastermind groups has been steadily growing for decades. The experience of creating success through brainstorming with your peers, solving problems, generating creative ideas, designing strong action plans, and holding each other accountable has a high positive impact on those who participate.

But running a successful mastermind group isn’t just about getting people to sign up. There are incredible groups and not-so-hot groups.

Aaron Walker is a serial entrepreneur who attributes much of his success to being in mastermind groups, including being in a weekly group with financial guru, Dave Ramsey, for decades.

Aaron joins Adam to unleash his expertise in creating and running over 15 successful mastermind groups.


  • How to make a 6 figure income from home without sacrificing your family;
  • How to understand why you want to build a mastermind;
  • Who your ideal avatar is and how to attract them;
  • How to determine the focus of your mastermind;
  • And much more!

If you want to learn how to create and run your own successful mastermind group (and make money doing it) don’t miss this episode!