Previous Episodes

Clear and Concise Communication Translates to Sales, With Maddy Martin

Filed in Podcasts, Previous Episodes on April 28, 2020

In life, communication is key. In business, communication is the difference between success and failure. If your sales process is muddled and confusing, your sales will drop.

Conversely, with clear, concise communication, your sales will soar.

Communication expert, Maddy Martin, joins Adam to share her valuable tips on making sure you’re communicating clearly to customers and prospects.


    • How you can successfully streamline intake;
    • How to easily automate referrals;
    • The best way to bring in more online leads;
    • How to better engage with website traffic;
    • And much more!

Are you ready to liven up your communication? Tune in!

Grow Like A Lobster, With Joshua Dick

Filed in Podcasts, Previous Episodes on April 21, 2020

Like the molting of a lobster, the business life cycle is cyclical, and we must prepare so we’re not caught off guard.

While their shells are hard, lobsters manage their resources, conserve energy, and secure a place to hide in anticipation of their post-molt vulnerability. Lobsters can help us appreciate the times our organizations are strong, and use those “hard shell” moments to prepare by going out into the world and seeking new opportunities, investing in new technologies, and setting up systems for the future.

Business growth expert, Joshua Dick, joins Adam to remind us that “molts” are always coming and we need to be prepared.


  • How to find your 1% idea;
  • How to encourage efficient yet effective communication within your organization;
  • How we can avoid potential pitfalls of family business transactions;
  • And much more!

Remember the lobster. If you plan to grow, you must prepare for your next molt.

SOLID GROUND: A Foundation For Winning In Work And In Life, With Tom Lewis

Filed in Podcasts, Previous Episodes on April 14, 2020

Today’s popular culture urges people to “find their passion and follow their dreams.”

But according to award-winning business expert Tom Lewis, that message can undermine your success.

An entrepreneur who built a thriving real estate organization, Lewis contends that what it takes to build a successful career or business are the time-tested attributes of personal character, hard work, goal setting, self-awareness, and helping others.

Joining Adam in this powerful episode, Tom explains how you can build your foundation, reach your potential, and ultimately find life’s greatest achievements.


  • Why today’s popular culture urging people to “find their passion and follow their dreams” is backward thinking;
  • The fundamentals of what it takes to succeed and why they are so critical;
  • What goal-setting acronym “INSPIRE” stands for;
  • The importance of people recognizing their own biases in decision-making;
  • And much more!

If you want to know why you should follow your talent, not your passion, don’t miss this episode!

How to Conquer Your Fear of Public Speaking, With Victoria Lioznyansky

Filed in Podcasts, Previous Episodes on April 7, 2020

Public speaking…

What images do these two simple words evoke in your mind? How do you feel when you picture yourself standing on a stage alone, in front of a sea of faces?

Do you feel exhilarated and alive, excited to engage with your audience, and thrilled to have the opportunity to connect to more people?


Do you feel your mouth go dry, your hands become icy cold, and your mind go blank?

If you are like most people, the second scenario is probably still running through your mind. About 75% of all people rank public speaking as their #1 fear, followed by the fear of dying.

Victoria Lioznyansky is here to save the day! Joining Adam, she shares her secrets for conquering the fears of public speaking.


  • If introverts make great public speakers;
  • How to not feel judged in front of an audience;
  • The one thing you should focus on in order to craft a great talk, whether on stage, on video, on a podcast or on a livestream;
  • What to do if you make a mistake;
  • And so much more!

If you’re ready to conquer your fears and become a more confident, compelling, and captivating speaker, tune in!

Making Money Simple, With Peter Lazaroff

Filed in Podcasts, Previous Episodes on March 31, 2020

Life is complex, your finances shouldn’t be.

We all need to understand our money and what to do with it. That’s not easy to do on your own. In personal finance, the number of choices and complexity of each option makes it difficult to get started.

To build a solid financial future, you need to know where you are starting from and what your biggest opportunities are RIGHT NOW.

Expert financial advisor, Peter Lazaroff, knew at a young age he was meant to have a future in investing. He joins Adam to share his tips on smart, money-making decisions.


  • How to bulletproof your approach to meeting financial goals;
  • How to keep lifestyle creep from sabotaging your goals;
  • How to effectively grow your wealth and avoid costly mistakes;
  • Should you hire a financial advisor or do it on your own;
  • And much more!

Ready to learn simple and practical tips to grow your wealth? Don’t miss this episode!

Authority Marketing, With Michael Greenberg

Filed in Podcasts, Previous Episodes on March 24, 2020

Are you an expert, but not enough people know yet?

When it comes to authority marketing, good content changes everything. And, the greater your authority, the quicker your results.

Michael Greenberg knows what truly drives conversations, new business leads, brands and new product launches that produce business growth. Joining Adam, he shares his juicy tips on becoming an authority.

  • Why podcasting is perfect for authority marketing;
  • What the real key to authority is;
  • The steps to becoming an authority;
  • And much more!

Be known for who you are and what you do…the first step is this episode.

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!