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Breakthrough Success

Wondering how to hit the breakthrough you've been looking for in your business and life? Breakthrough Success has you covered with one interview every Wednedsay where Marc discovers what makes influencers tick. Heavy hitters like Seth Godin, Ray Edwards, Bob Burg, John Lee Dumas, Mike Michalowicz, Neil Patel, Kim Garst, and many others have shared their experiences with achieving Breakthrough Success and accumulating remarkable growth. Breakthrough Success is for entrepreneurs, marketers, and business owners who want to build their own business empires and enjoy the merits of life beyond work as well.
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Aug 31, 2018

As the General Manager of the Service Hub at HubSpot, Michael Redbord helps helps scale the support and success teams of many businesses ranging from startups to a publicly traded SaaS juggernaut. He turned HubSpot’s customer support team from a cost center to a profit center and one of HubSpot’s greatest engines of growth. He is a noted writer, speaker, and leader who is joins us today to help us re-envision what success looks like for your business.

 

Quotes To Remember:

“If you don’t make your customers successful, you are not able to create repeat customers.”

“The hard truth about marketing is that nothing you create is as powerful as what your customer says.”

“Make sure that there is an obvious way for your customers to create repeat cycle.”

“The customer can be the best marketer.”

 

What You’ll Learn:

  • How to Create a Customer Centric Strategy For Your Business
  • Balancing Sales and Marketing
  • The Power of Repeatable Business
  • Getting Our Customers to Voice Out Their Thoughts

 

Key Links From The Show:

HubSpot

What's The Difference Between Customer Satisfaction And Customer Loyalty?

 

Recommended Books:

Content Marketing Secrets by Marc Guberti

Delivering Happiness by Tony Hsieh

The Messenger is The Message by Mark Organ

Aug 30, 2018

Jeff Loehr helps others craft their stories and expand their influence. He’s the guy behind Engage, which exists to help businesses connect with prospects more easily in order to increase sales.



Quotes To Remember:

“The brand should come in as a mentor, should come in as the support to make the customer the hero.”

“In all of your platforms, everything needs to be telling the story. It’s all elements of the story.”

“It’s critical that you know your story. The first step of our process when engaging with our clients is teaching them that story.”

“You have to very clearly define the problem you'll solve and how you'll solve that problem.”

“Know what the framework is for telling a really engaging story that’s going to grab your audience.”



What You’ll Learn:

  • Why Crafting Your Brand Story Is Very Important
  • How to Develop an Effective Brand Story
  • Connecting Your Brand Story
  • How to Tell a Unified Brand Story

 

Key Links From The Show:

Engage

Engage Your Market with EngageStory Workshop - September 13, 2018 | New York

EngageStory Marketing Program Guide

Dos Equis - The Most Interesting Man In The World

 

Recommended Books:

Content Marketing Secrets by Marc Guberti

The Hero with a Thousand Faces by Joseph Campbell

The Writer's Journey by Christopher Vogler

Putting Stories to Work by Shawn Callahan

Aug 29, 2018

Tayo Rockson is the co-founder of Thought Leader Academy, a 3X TEDx Speaker, and Cultural Diversity Influencer. Thought Leader Academy is a membership site that is designed to help you grow and market your mission-driven personal brand. His ultimate goal is to build the next set of global leaders by teaching individuals how to communicate effectively across cultures and communicate with impact.

Quotes To Remember:

“Have an idea who you are and what your passions are but also the problem that you want to solve.”

“Understanding how you see yourself, how others see you, and the impact of your actions is the first clue when figuring out what exactly is your purpose.”

“Think about whether you can be a content creator, curator or connector.”

“Our generation has so many tools for us to self-educate.”

 

What You’ll Learn:

  • Getting Out of That Identity Crisis
  • How to Choose the Best Opportunities that are Best for You
  • Choosing Podcasting Among Other Platforms
  • What Holds People Back on Being a Thought Leader

 

Key Links From The Show:

Tayo’s Site

Thought Leader Academy

Thought Leader Academy Membership

 

Recommended Books:

Content Marketing Secrets by Marc Guberti

Mastery by Robert Greene

The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho

Principles: Life and Work by Ray Dalio

Harry Potter Series by J.K. Rowling

Aug 28, 2018

Deborah Lange is an Author, Speaker, Facilitator and Master of Experiential Learning Design for co-creating workplace and community cultures with vitality. She has over 35 years experience working in, advocating for and learning how to engage through embodied experience.

Quotes To Remember:

“We don’t work in isolation from people. We work with people. We work with ourselves.”

“To be vulnerable, I need to be connected.”

“To say to someone ‘I don’t agree with you.” requires a sense of safety and connection.”

“It’s not ‘What am I thinking?’ It’s ‘What am I sensing right now?’”

“This is our time to be exploring our senses and expanding our potential and our connection through our senses.”

 

What You’ll Learn:

  • How to Reconnect With Ourselves
  • Staying Focused on What’s Important
  • What Holds People Back from Being Connected With Their Whole Selves
  • Balancing Time Between Family and Business

 

Key Links From The Show:

Deb’s Site

Trust Your Senses - Embodied Wisdom for the Modern Age Online Courses

Breakthrough Success E53: Overcoming Obstacles By Dancing To Their Beat With Jamie Stenhouse

 

Recommended Books:

Content Marketing Secrets by Marc Guberti

Trust Your Senses: Embodied Wisdom for the Modern Age by Deborah Lange

The Possible Human by Jean Houston

David Whyte’s Books

Leadership and the New Science by Margaret J. Wheatley

Aug 27, 2018

Jeff Hall is the CEO of Overflow Cafe which specializes in making websites popular. He has 23 years of business experience and 4 successful startups under his belt. He started working at the age of 7 doing door to door candy sales to support his family. He has helped build 14 orphanages worldwide.

 

Quotes To Remember:

“Start off with a really good audit - a detailed audit. You want to know where you currently stand.”

“Making yourself available when you have a very small audience helps to accelerate your revenue as fast as possible.”

“Once you know who they (audience/customer) really are and you understand them, you’ll be able to multiply the number of clients you have.”

“Google uses at least 200 different metrics to rank a website. You really should try to pass each and every one of those 200 tests.”

“Surround yourselves with experts and people who have your best interests at heart. You’ll do very well and you’ll get to enjoy it.”

 

What You’ll Learn:

  • How To Make Your Website Popular
  • How To Make Your Website STAY Popular
  • Optimize Your Website to Generate Revenue
  • Things You're Doing Wrong With Your Website
  • Some Basic Metrics on Website Ranking

 

Key Links From The Show:

Jeff’s Site

 

Recommended Books:

Content Marketing Secrets by Marc Guberti

Total Recall: My Unbelievably True Life Story by Arnold Schwarzenegger

Never Broken - Songs Are Only Half the Story by Jewel

Donald Trump’s Books--I understand Trump has evolved into a highly controversial figure and every day seems to bring new news. While I have not read any of Trump's books, they had a big impact on Jeff and he recommended Trump's books during the episode. We don't know which side of the aisle you're in, and Jeff acknowledged that when making the book recommendation. Breakthrough Success is a business based podcast, not a political one. Love him or hate him, a lot of people got value from Trump's books. Jeff got value from his books and wanted to provide value to Breakthrough Success listeners when I asked for three book recommendations. That's why he referenced Trump's books. I know that was a lengthy explanation but as Trump is at the center of politics right now, I wanted to make sure you can appreciate Jeff's great insights and his book recommendations regardless of which side of aisle you're in.

Aug 24, 2018

Justin Wise is the guy behind Think Digital, a done for you digital marketing service that helps you get more leads, sales, and revenue. Think Digital is the answer for all of your digital training, digital content, and digital ad related needs. Jeff Goins, Michael Hyatt, and Tom Dean are some of the people who frequently go to today’s guest for advice. Many people get his advice through his podcast as well.

 

Quotes To Remember:

“Good facebook ads make a bad service, product or offer fail faster.”

“Tactics are great but strategy is what makes or breaks a business.”

“Once you start doing those two things, building an email list and publishing content, it makes the rest of the digital marketing journey a hundred times easier.”

“If you are broke, start with organic traffic. Once you get money, use organic to leverage it into paid.”

 

What You’ll Learn:

  • How to Capitalize on Digital Marketing
  • Determining the Best Steps to Take for Any Digital Brand
  • Organic Traffic VS. Paid Traffic
  • Is investing in a coach worth the money?

 

Key Links From The Show:

Justin’s Site

Think Digital Podcast

 

Recommended Books:

Content Marketing Secrets by Marc Guberti

Willpower Doesn't Work by Benjamin Hardy

The Lazy Man's Way to Riches by Joe Karbo and Richard Gilly Nixon

Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki

Aug 23, 2018

Kimi and Pua went from fitness trainers to corporate productivity coaches and are now online business coaches. The duo was drawn together by a calling to help others which has fueled their businesses such as Best Life Ever and BLE Digital. They guide entrepreneurs around the world to create and grow successful businesses and boost their productivity.

 

Quotes To Remember:

“The best tip and hack of all time to maximize and optimize your productivity is to do what you love.”

“Motivation and inspiration typically come from celebrating how far we’ve come and recognizing how much we have done already.”

“You have total control over your life.”

“Surround yourself with other people that are also dreaming big.”

“We can all improve the quality of our lives just by taking a moment to ask ourselves a handful of questions every single week.”

“Take some time to write a handful of quality questions that’s gonna lead to the quality best life ever that you are seeking in your life.”

 

What You’ll Learn:

  • Tips on Boosting Productivity
  • How to Set High Goals
  • Finding Time to Live Our Best Life Ever
  • How to Live Our Best Life Ever

 

Key Links From The Show:

Kimi and Pua’s Site

Talk to Kimi and Pua

Broke-a** to Bada** Podcast by Best Life Ever

5 Secrets to Building a Badass Online Business

Audible

 

Recommended Books:

Content Marketing Secrets by Marc Guberti

You Are a Bada** by Jen Sincero

You Are a Bada** at Making Money by Jen Sincero

Less Doing, More Living by Ari Meisel

Start by Jon Acuff

Essentialism: The Disciplined Pursuit of Less by Greg McKeown

The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up by Marie Kondo

Aug 22, 2018

Terry Dean started his online business from scratch in 1996. He went from delivering pizzas to designing an Internet Lifestyle business which gave him both the freedom and the money to enjoy life. He is an international speaker who helps entrepreneurs who want to make a bigger profit but feel overworked and stressed. Beyond the stages and interviews, his company MyMarketingCoach is a further manifestation of his desire to help entrepreneurs.

 

Quotes To Remember:

“Summits are extremely good way to build a list really quickly.”

“Probably the biggest mistake that people make is they think that just because they can do something, they should do everything.”

“If you are a solopreneur, you can’t do the same thing as somebody who has 50 employees. The good news is, you don’t have to.”

“Most people are held back because of lack of confidence and a desire for certainty before they get started.”

“If you are going to be an entrepreneur and be really successful and extremely profitable, you’re going to have to embrace a little bit of uncertainty in your life.”

 

What You’ll Learn:

  • Effective Tactics on Growing Your Email List
  • How to Avoid Getting Overworked
  • Best Ways to Increase Your Profits
  • How to Charge a Premium Price
  • Balancing Emails and Other Responsibilities for your Business

 

Key Links From The Show:

Terry’s Site

FREE 7 Unique Ways to Create Profitable Emails...Even If You're Not a Writer

Fiverr--Note From Me: check out Dorella Perlas’ Fiverr profile. She writes the show notes for Breakthrough Success and has helped me book incredible guests on the show. See how she can help you on her Fiverr page.

 

Recommended Books:

Content Marketing Secrets by Marc Guberti

How to Fail at Almost Everything and Still Win Big by Scott Adams

Breakthrough Advertising by Eugene M. Schwartz

The Adweek Copywriting Handbook by Joseph Sugarman

Aug 21, 2018

Jeffrey Shaw is a business coach, speaker, and author. He is a visionary and strategic thinker who encourages others to follow a quest that is bigger than they can imagine with measurable action steps to make that quest a reality. His latest book Lingo teaches reader how they can discover their ideal customer’s secret language and make their businesses irresistible.

 

Quotes To Remember:

“Step number 1 is getting clarity on defining who your ideal customer is.”

“A fun part about lingo is that it is actually quite unspoken.”

“You have to understand the perspective of the people you are building a business and writing a content for.”

“One of the strongest emotional human triggers that we have is familiarity.”

“Your niche should be your lingo.”

“Look at your business as building a community instead of building a business.”

 

What You’ll Learn:

  • Finding the Right People to Speak Your Lingo
  • 5-step strategy to speak the Secret Language of Your Ideal Customer
  • How to Continue to Expand Without Losing Current Relationships
  • Building a Community Around Your Brand

 

Key Links From The Show:

Jeffrey’s Site

Episode 1: Successful Podcasting With Jeffrey Shaw

How To Leverage Pareto’s 80/20 Principle For Your Business

 

Recommended Books:

Content Marketing Secrets by Marc Guberti

LINGO: Discover Your Ideal Customer's Secret Language and Make Your Business Irresistible by Jeffrey Shaw

Brick by Brick by David Robertson

Why Should I Choose You (in Seven Words Or Less)? by Ian Chamandy and Ken Aber

Fascinate by Sally Hogshead

Louder Than Words by Todd Henry

Aug 20, 2018

Brianna Zajicek went from a teen mom and college dropout in an abusive marriage to an 8-figure entrepreneur, world traveler, researcher, and author in the making. She created the One Year Project to help people discover themselves and accomplish their big goals within 365 days. In addition to the Project, she also hosts the One Year Project Podcast where she helps listeners transform their lives.



Quotes To Remember:

“Technology is really one of the careers, fields or industries right now where someone can come in as a college dropout or a highschool dropout or as anything.”

“There’s a difference in the quality of goals you set.”

“It all starts with setting the right goal.”

“Paint your ‘tipping point goal’ and chart it out over 90 days.”

“The hardest part of accomplishing anything is the waking up each day and doing one action.”

“A lot of times, we over-complicate everything.”

“If you want to be a writer, then, you need to write everyday.”

What You’ll Learn:

  • Being an 8-figure Entrepreneur
  • How to Accomplish Your Biggest Goal In One Year
  • Setting the Right Goal
  • How to Move Your Business Forward
  • What Holds People Back from Achieving Their Big Goals

 

Key Links From The Show:

Brianna’s Site

The One Year Project Podcast

 

Recommended Books:

Content Marketing Secrets by Marc Guberti

The 48 Laws of Power by Robert Greene

Zero to One by Peter Thiel

The ONE Thing by Gary W. Keller

Aug 17, 2018

Amber De La Garza is the Productivity Specialist, and she’s passionate about helping people improve their productivity so they can reach their maximum potential land accomplish their most important goals. She is a productivity coach, trainer, speaker, writer, and host of the Productivity Straight Talk Podcast

Quotes To Remember:

“Productivity is investing your best time into your best activity.”

“It’s only through clarity that you can take that massive consistent action that will actually get results.”

“There are some areas that you can focus on but you need to find out what is best for you.”

“Be very clear about what the goal is for the timeframe that you are creating content.”

“We need to be breaking up our focus work into some productive breaks.”

What You’ll Learn:

  • Strengthening Clarity and Level of Focus Action (Clarity + Focus Action = Results)
  • How to Stay in the Flow
  • Some Advice on Creating Content
  • Best Approach for Taking Breaks

 

Key Links From The Show:

Amber’s Site

Top 10 Ways You’re Screwing Your Productivity

Episode 13: Finding The Next Wave Of Consumer Demand With Mike Michalowicz

Recommended Books:

Content Marketing Secrets by Marc Guberti

Profit First by Mike Michalowicz

The Compound Effect by Darren Hardy

The Miracle Morning by Hal Elrod

Aug 16, 2018

Paul Maskill grew a service-based business in just 4 years from 0 to $500K in annual and eventually sold it for three times the net profit. Having achieved the freedom he was looking for, he set out on a mission to help others achieve the same level of freedom as a consultant, coach, investor, and advocate for small business owners.

Quotes To Remember:

“From a macro level, you really want to look at why you started the business in the first place.”

“There really is no doing it right. They are just doing it their way and you are doing it your way.”

“Start with the end in mind and work your way backwards.”

“Customer experience is number one. You always want to put the customers first.”

“There really is no limit on as far as you want to go.”

“Employees are the most important people since they are delivering to your second most important people which are your customers.”

“You never want to compete in price. You want to compete in value.”

“Almost everything you do in business, you can delegate it if you do it properly.”

 

What You’ll Learn:

  • Creating Systems and Delegating Task to Others
  • Transitioning to a Service-Based Business
  • The Path from 0 to $500K annual revenue

 

Key Links From The Show:

Paul’s Site

Apply to join the Freedom Mastermind

Onlinejobs.ph

Episode 37: Embracing The Go-Giver Mindset With Bob Burg

 

Recommended Books:

Content Marketing Secrets by Marc Guberti

The Go-Giver by Bob Burg

Built to Sell by John Warrillow

The E-Myth Revisited by Michael E. Gerber

Aug 15, 2018

Tim Alison is the author of Screw The Naysayers and host of a podcast with the same name where he interviews leading experts in innovation, education, and entrepreneurship every week. His goal is to inspire people to expect more from life while providing practical advice that can be used to free people from a system that has been set up to encourage them to settle.

 

Quotes To Remember:

“If you stay focused on thinking about what other people have to say, you are destined for mystery.”

“Most young people that are having rocketship success with business these days didn’t get there by conforming to conventional wisdom.”

“Step back and ask what is really important to you.”

“If you get obsessed with proving your haters wrong, you may not be alert to where you are going.”

“Self belief and the people that you are hanging out with are very large predictors of what your life is gonna be.”

What You’ll Learn:

  • How to Ignore the Naysayers
  • Confronting the Inner Naysayer
  • Using Your Naysayers as Fuel for Success
  • Staying Strong During Big Obstacles

 

Key Links From The Show:

Tim’s Site - Get your FREE Ultimate Checklist to be a Happy Entrepreneur

Screw the Naysayers Podcast

 

Recommended Books:

Content Marketing Secrets by Marc Guberti

Screw The Naysayers by Tim Alison

The War of Art by Steven Pressfield

Everyone Has a Plan until Sh!t Hits the Fan by Tofe Evans

The Creative Curve by Allen Gannett

Aug 14, 2018

Dan Janal helps leaders brand their businesses with books and publicity. In 2001, he founded PR LEADS, one of the most cost-effective publicity leads services, which has been copied by many other companies. He provides publicity and marketing coaching and consulting services for Independent Professionals and Small Businesses. He also writes press releases designed to rank high on search engines.

 

Quotes To Remember:

“Subscription models are a great model to follow if you are thinking about starting a business or if you are thinking about how you can monetize your business even more.”

“There is nothing better in marketing than having your clients sell your service for you.”

“Everyone is a reporter and everyone is a publisher because everyone can be a content producer.”

“Most of the ads are read through a mobile device.”

“Think short and you get better results.”

 

What You’ll Learn:

  • How to Get People Into a Subscription
  • Being a Contributor to Major Platforms
  • Reaching a Reporter or Client in 5-Sentences or Less

 

Key Links From The Show:

Dan’s Site

PR LEADS

How to Write and Submit an Op-Ed

Audible

 

Recommended Books:

Content Marketing Secrets by Marc Guberti

The Impostor Syndrome: Becoming an Authentic Leader by Harold Hillman

The Art of X‑Ray Reading by Roy Peter Clark

Aug 13, 2018

Marina Darlow is a systems expert and productivity geek whose job is to help purpose driven and heart-centered entrepreneurs get 10-20 more productive hours each week, stop leaking money, and prevent stress-fueled breakdowns. Before she found her true passion, she spent a decade managing large-scale multi-million dollar projects for hi-tech and manufacturing companies. She made the transition because she preferred truly impacting one business owner than being a cog in a huge corporate machine.

Quotes To Remember:

“At the end of the day, as a business owner, you are still making the key decisions.”

“Money mistakes are costly in a very literal sense. They are also costly in an emotional sense.”

“Everything that can be automated, should be automated.”

“When you are stressed or anxious, you don’t do your best work.”

“The less you beat yourself over, the sooner you’ll be back in the saddle.”

What You’ll Learn:

  • How to Get 10-20 More Productive Hours Back Each Week
  • Setting Systems for your Business
  • Getting A Strong ROI From Content Marketing

 

Key Links From The Show:

Marina’s Site

Which System to Tackle First?! - FREE Course

Better at Business Episode 15: Getting Back to Normal After "Crunch Time"

You survived the Big Crunch Time. You're "only mostly dead". Now what?

 

Recommended Books:

Content Marketing Secrets by Marc Guberti

Getting Things Done by David Allen

Faster Than Normal by Peter Shankman

The Coaching Habit by Michael Bungay Stanier

Aug 10, 2018

Benjamin J. Hardy is a top writer on Medium, PhD Candidate at Clemson University, and author of Willpower Doesn’t Work: Discover The Hidden Keys To Success. With his popular writings focusing on self-improvement, motivation and entrepreneurship, today’s guest has spent years inspiring others to obtain success through his work, studies and personal experiences. He’s one of Medium’s top writers whose work has also been featured in places like Inc and Forbes



Quotes To Remember:

“What is in proximity to you basically is what determines what you’ll become.”

“You should rotate your environment regularly.”

“Situational factors are what make flow happen. Novelty or newness is just one flow trigger.”

“It’s not people that shape history. It’s actually extreme situations.”

“Change your defaults.”

“Most of our behaviors is so unconscious that we take it for granted.”

“If you really want to change your life, you have to re-establish who you are around.”

“You get in life what you are willing to tolerate.”

What You’ll Learn:

  • Why Willpower Doesn’t Work
  • Staying Eager and Energized Throughout the Day
  • How to Optimize Your Work Environment

 

Key Links From The Show:

Benjamin’s Site
Benjamin P. Hardy – Medium

How to Sell a Million Copies of Your Non-Fiction Book

Gapingvoid

 

Recommended Books:

Content Marketing Secrets by Marc Guberti

Willpower Doesn't Work by Benjamin Hardy

The Story of Civilization by Will Durant

The Body Keeps the Score by Bessel van der Kolk

Brain Power by Kelly Howell and Michael J. Gelb

The Blue Zones by Dan Buettner

Aug 9, 2018

Jeremy Miller is a brand strategist and the bestselling author of Sticky Branding. He has interviewed thousands of CEOs and business owners and profiled hundreds of companies across dozens of sectors. He lives and breathes marketing, branding, and business development, and he knows what it takes to grow a Sticky Brand.

Quotes To Remember:

“The companies that grow the best brand are the best marketers.”

“The very first thing that everyone has to do is take their marketing seriously.”

“In a small or medium-sized company, the measure of success is sales.”

“When your customers know you, like you and trust you, they will choose you first.”

“Your brand has a shelf-life.”

“Your energy and commitment to grow is actually the infectious part of your brand.”

“There is no overnight success. There’s twenty-year-overnight success.”

What You’ll Learn:

  • How to have a Sticky Brand
  • Getting More Profit from Having a Sticky Brand
  • The 3 V’s of a Brand’s Performance
  • How to Stay ‘Sticky’

 

Key Links From The Show:

Jeremy’s Site

 

Recommended Books:

Content Marketing Secrets by Marc Guberti

Sticky Branding by Jeremy Miller

Positioning by Al Ries and Jack Trout

Playing to Win by Alan G. Lafley and Roger Martin

Aug 8, 2018

Sean Stephenson was predicted not to survive at birth because of a rare bone disorder that stunted his growth and caused his bones to be extremely fragile (fracturing over 200 times by the age of 18). Instead of letting his rare bone disorder define him, he has inspired millions of people around the world through his work. He’s spoken in nearly all 50 U.S. States and 16 countries while presenting to big companies like Nike, Whole Foods, Zappos, Walmart, and many others. He’s also shared the stage with U.S. Presidents, billionaire business moguls, celebrities, and the Dalai Lama.

Quotes To Remember:

“You have to have that mindset of ‘It doesn't matter how many times I get knocked down.’”

“Getting on the big stage means you got to get on the little stages first.”

“If there’s one thing that is the greatest marketing tool of all time, that is being amazing at what you do.”

“Self-sabotage is essentially you want wanting but you’re doing the complete opposite of what it takes to get that one thing.’”

“Perfect practice makes perfect.”

“You have to be willing to commit to hearing ‘No.’”

“You’ve got to constantly knock on doors.”

“Different is better than better.”

What You’ll Learn:

  • Getting Back Up When You Are Knocked Down
  • How to Get On the Big Stage
  • Having Multiple Streams of Income
  • Avoid Self-Sabotage and Stand Up for Yourself

 

Key Links From The Show:

Sean’s Site

Lucrative Society — General Admission

 

Recommended Books:

Content Marketing Secrets by Marc Guberti

Get Off Your "But" by Sean Stephenson

Purple Cow by Seth Godin

Fascinate by Sally Hogshead

The War of Art by Steven Pressfield

The Four Agreements by Don Miguel Ruiz

The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho

Aug 7, 2018

Todd Palmer is the chief rule breaker at Extraordinary Advisors. Since 1997, his companies have helped over 5,000 people secure employment, improving their lives and the lives of their families. He is the founder and President of Diversified Industrial Staffing which was named by INC Magazine to the INC 5,000 a record setting 6 times as one of the fastest growing companies in America.

 

Quotes To Remember:

“You never run both paths simultaneously.”

“Short-term goals and steps become long-term successes.”

“The bottleneck is at the top of the bottle. Often it comes from impostor’s syndrome.”

“Underneath a struggling brand is a struggling person.”

“Most resumes have lies on them.”

“An entrepreneur can be so focused on the bright shiny things that they missed a lot of details when it comes to the execution."

“Time is finite. You can only use the hour you have right now.”

What You’ll Learn:

  • How Can Businesses Plan for Long-Term Scaling
  • Getting Unstuck
  • Re-igniting the Spark Within a Struggling Brand
  • Finding the Right People for Your Team

 

Key Links From The Show:

Todd’s Site

 

Recommended Books:

Content Marketing Secrets by Marc Guberti

Mastering the Rockefeller Habits by Verne Harnish

Scaling Up by Verne Harnish

Start with Why by Simon Sinek

The Freak Factor by David Rendall

Aug 6, 2018

Cianna Stewart is the author of No Complaints, a book that teaches you how to stop complaining so you can change your life forever and bring you greater joy and more satisfying relationships.

Quotes To Remember:

“The first thing is to just notice that you are complaining and even understand what a complaint is.”

"Complaining is basically airing a grievance without contributing to solving a problem."

“You are the average of the five people you most spend your time with.”

“When you focus your attention on the negative over and over again, you started living in this world of fear and constraint.”

 

What You’ll Learn:

  • How to Stop Complaining and Self-Sabotaging
  • Staying Strong and Avoid Complaints
  • Living a Complaint-Free Life

 

Key Links From The Show:

Cianna’s Site

 

Recommended Books:

Content Marketing Secrets by Marc Guberti

No Complaints by Cianna Stewart

The Gifts of Imperfection by Brené Brown

Difficult Conversations by Douglas Stone

The Power of a Positive No by William Ury

Aug 3, 2018

Shane Snow is an award winning entrepreneur and journalist who has helped expose gun traffickers and gender discrimination. He is a board member of the Hatch Institute, a nonprofit for investigative journalism, and currently serves as Founder at Large at Contently which works with Fortune 500 brands and has helped over 100,000 freelance journalists, artists, and photographers put food on the table. His latest book Dream Teams unveils what separates groups that simply manage to get by from those that get better together, and how we can make our companies and communities better by understanding the difference.

Quotes To Remember:

“You need to create content that actually sticks out and gets people attention.”

“Half the battle is creating a good book. The other half of the battle is getting people to pay attention or to care at all.”

“Just putting it out there is not enough.”

“It’s hard to make the viral equation work out if you don’t seed it to enough people initially.”

 

What You’ll Learn:

  • How to Get a Good ROI in Content Marketing
  • Creating Something That Will Get Big Brands’ Attention
  • Learn To Create Effective Content Strategies

 

Key Links From The Show:

Shane’s Site

Contently

The Storytelling Edge

 

Recommended Books:

Content Marketing Secrets by Marc Guberti

Dream Teams: Working Together Without Falling Apart by Shane Snow

The Storytelling Edge by Joe Lazauskas and Shane Snow

The Creative Curve by Allen Gannett

The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin by Benjamin Franklin

Kafka on the Shore by Haruki Murakami

Aug 2, 2018

Dominick Quartuccio helps individuals, teams, and businesses Design a Future they can’t wait to live into. The international KeyNote speaker, trainer, executive coach, and author works with the best of the best. His latest book Design Your Future details 3 simple steps we can use to stop drifting and take command of our lives.

Quotes To Remember:

“Awareness alone doesn’t change our behavior.”

“We are strangers to our future selves.”

“Extraordinary results are directly proportional to how narrow you can make your focus.”

“There is always one that outperforms the other nine combined.”

“If you were to focus on one thing then that would rise the tide for everything else.”

 

What You’ll Learn:

  • What is a “Drifter”
  • How to Stop Drifting Without Relying on an Outside Force
  • The A-D-D Model by Dominick Quartuccio
  • Living in Your Designed Future
  • Get Clients to Pay You at a Premium Level

 

Key Links From The Show:

Dominick’s Site

Tony Robinns’ Seminars

 

Recommended Books:

Content Marketing Secrets by Marc Guberti

Design Your Future by Dominick Quartuccio

The 4-Hour Workweek by Tim Ferriss

Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill

Outwitting the Devil by Napoleon Hill

Conversations with God by Neale Donald Walsch

Irresistible by Adam Alter

The Power of Now by Eckhart Tolle

The ONE Thing by Gary W. Keller

Zero to One by Peter Thiel

Aug 1, 2018

Carmine Gallo is a three-time Wall Street Journal bestselling author, internationally popular keynote speaker, Harvard instructor, and communication advisor for the world’s most admired brands. A “communications guru,” according to Publishers Weekly, Gallo’s books have been translated into more than 30 languages. He delivers highly customized, engaging, inspiring, and actionable multimedia keynotes based on his international bestsellers: Talk Like TEDThe Presentation Secrets of Steve Jobs, and The Storyteller’s Secret, among others.

Quotes To Remember:

“The ability to express your ideas convincingly and persuasively is more important today than ever before in human civilization.”

“Persuasion is actually more important today than ever before.”

“You cannot be a successful entrepreneur today if you are not a great storyteller.”

“The tools of communication have changed.”

“Steve Jobs, in my mind, is still the greatest business storyteller of all time.”

“Average only guarantees below average results. You have to have something extra.”

“For content creators today, their extra is their imagination or creativity.”

“It’s the best idea who wins. It’s not your ego.”

 

What You’ll Learn:

  • How to Effectively Communicate Your Ideas
  • Get Better at Telling a Story
  • How to Tell People About Your Expertise
  • How Can We (As Leaders) Drive Others

 

Key Links From The Show:

Carmine’s Site

Ballantine

KPMG

 

Recommended Books:

Content Marketing Secrets by Marc Guberti

Five Stars: The Communication Secrets to Get from Good to Great by Carmine Gallo

Principles: Life and Work by Ray Dalio

Losing My Virginity by Richard Branson

Finding My Virginity: The New Autobiography by Richard Branson

Enlightenment Now by Steven Pinker

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