Breakthrough Success

Breakthrough Success is the podcast for entrepreneurs who are looking for digital marketing strategies, personal development, and actionable tactics to grow their businesses. We cover the different ways to gain visibility and make money through your work...including podcasting, content marketing, blogging, productivity, self-publishing, coaching, virtual summits, affiliate marketing, and more. Learn how to transform your business into the successful enterprise you know it can be. Guests include Seth Godin, Bob Burg, John Lee Dumas, Mike Michalowicz, Neil Patel, Rory Vaden, James Clear, Perry Marshall, and many others. Each day gets you closer to your Breakthrough Success. Hosted by Marc Guberti, founder of the Content Marketing Plaza
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Dec 27, 2017

Jim Heskett is the juggling author who writes at least four books every year as he juggles book writing with the time he spends with his family, friends, and his full-time job. He shatters the excuse of not having enough time to write your very own book, and we’ll unveil the curtain with Jim’s productivity secrets


Quotes To Remember:

“I have to focus on what people want, and that’s how I can provide the most value.”

“I’m always learning.”

“If I’m going to build an empire……I can’t slack off even for one day.”

“I’m 100% responsible for my success and my failures.”

“Writing has never felt like a chore for me.”


What You’ll Learn:

  • Why it’s important to have a good team around you to help with your business.
  • How to market fiction books to the right audience, using similar authors to help get it in the right hands
  • Why creating content has multiple uses, and how it can be repurposed for benefit
  • How to use a mailing list to promote and attract new customers
  • How to work quickly to prevent getting stuck on ideas that don’t sell, instead focusing on what people want.

Key Links From The Show:

Jim’s Non Fiction Site

Jim’s Main Site

Recommended Books:

The Four Agreements - Don Miguel Ruiz

Publish. Repeat - Sean Platt/Johnny Truant

Lexicon - Max Barry

Dec 20, 2017

Richard Shuster is a psychologist and host of The Daily Helping Podcast. The show features guests who inspire listeners to become the best versions of themselves and make the world a better place. This encapsulates Richard’s journey of helping others and encouraging others to do the same.


Quotes To Remember:

“We always strive to be better, there isn’t this magical day where we’re just like “Hey, I’m done learning, I’m done developing…..but I do believe there is a formula.”

“Even when you reach that status, you can always do more, and be better.”

“Whether we’re giving, or we’re receiving, the reaction that we experience physiologically is identical.”

“Helping others allows us to experience even greater pleasure.”

“You are who you associate with.”

“Find those people who are going to help you achieve your goals and help you along the way.”

“Don’t ride the highs too high and the lows too low.”

“You HAVE to face your fear.”


What You’ll Learn:

  • Why giving is just as important to you as receiving.
  • How to distance yourself from influences in your life that have impeded your ability to maximise your potential.
  • How to focus on the long term goals and prospects as an entrepreneur
  • Why and How it is important to face your fears.
  • How to become your “Best Self” and why helping others helps you get there.


Key Links From The Show:

Richard’s Website

“The Daily Helping” in the App Store > Richard’s App.

Recommended Books:

Jay Papasan - The ONE Thing

Tim Ferriss - The Tools of Titans

Dec 13, 2017

Nathan Hirsch has bootstrapped two multi-million dollar businesses which he runs to this day. Nathan’s first business, Portlight, an Amazon store with over $20 million worth of product sales, emerged from his college dorm room. At Portlight’s peak, Nathan and his team were managing over 500,000 products on the Portlight Amazon store from over 1,000 drop ship suppliers.

Nathan’s second business,, is a hiring marketplace specialized for eCommerce business owners. now services over 2,000 online businesses and is on pace to hit $3 to $4 million in 2017.


Quotes To Remember:

“After a hire, that’s where the real tests begin”

“As a business owner, hiring is an investment. It’s an investment of your money, your time, your energy, so when you make an investment into someone, you need to look for those red flags early”

“We’ve all worked with someone before who has a bad outlook on life….. that’s a cancer in your business, you don’t want that within 100 yards of your company”

“Almost all bad business relationships, come down to a break in communication. At a basic level, your workers need to speak the same language.”

“Providing things you can go back and reference, is incredibly important”

“You don’t own three companies by working inside 3 companies, it doesn’t work like that, you have to delegate.”

“If you waste your time, you’re not getting that back”


What You’ll Learn:

  • Learn when and how to delegate various processes of your business
  • How to pick the right VA, looking past just the skills.
  • Why communication is key in all aspects
  • How to find the right employee by developing your interview process
  • How to turn delegation into revenue


Key Links From The Show: --Nathan’s site

Skill Sets Rates for FreeeUp

Video testimonial on FreeeUp from Ben Cummings

How FreeeUp Works Infographic

Free Up Your Business: 50 Secrets to Bootstrap Million Dollar Companies


Recommended Books:

Start with Why by Simon Sinek

Deliver Happiness by Tony Hsieh

Think Like Jeff Bezos by Jamie Morris

Free Up Your Business - Nathan’s book

Dec 6, 2017

Joe Pulizzi is the founder of Content Marketing Institute, a UBM company and the leading education and training organization for content marketing. CMI is responsible for producing Content Marketing World, the largest content marketing event in the world. He’s also the author of five books including his latest, Killing Marketing. His third book, Epic Content Marketing was named one of the “Five Must Read Business Books of 2013” by Fortune Magazine.

Quotes To Remember:

“There’s a lot of different ways to market a product, but if I’m going to choose one I’d choose content marketing”

“If you can build a loyal and trusting audience, you can create 10 different kinds of revenue”

“This is a marathon and not a sprint”

“It’s all about the subscriber”

“There’s nothing like amazing research that’s gonna put you as the most credible resource in the industry”

“The audience will absolutely fell you what they will give you money for”

“Don’t fall in love with the product, fall in love with your audience”

What You’ll Learn:

  • The “Content Tilt”, how to embrace it and find your own.
  • The essentials of marketing.
  • How to build an audience, and what to focus on when monetizing the experience.
  • How to integrate a crucial, yet rarely used marketing tactic beneficially
  • How to grow your brand into a media company
  • How to turn visitors into subscribers to grow your audience.


Key Links From The Show:

Killing Marketing -- Joe’s Book

Joe’s Site

@joepulizzi - Joe’s Twitter Handle


Recommended Books:

Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill

7 Habits of Highly Effective People by Stephen Covey

See Joe’s book in the key links

Nov 22, 2017

Mark Schaefer is a globally-recognized KeyNote speaker, educator, business consultant, and author who blogs at {grow}, one of the top marketing blogs in the world. He specializes in marketing strategy and social media workshops. He’s consulted a combination of start-ups and global brands such as Adidas, Johnson & Johnson, Dell, Pfizer, The U.S. Air Force, and the UK government. He’s also the author of five bestselling books such as The Content Code and Born To Blog.   Quotes To Remember: “What really keeps me going is I know I’m having a positive impact on people.” “If you’re just in it for the money, I’m not sure you’re going to sustain it.” “You can’t just chase every shiny red ball.” “You need to focus on one kind of content.” “If you’re not joyful, if you’re not having fun, you’re going to quit.” “Creating content isn’t the finish line, it’s the starting line.” “If you got a keyboard or a smartphone, and a WiFi connection, you can create content.” “You don’t need to be an expert, you don’t need to have all the answers, but you do need to take your best shot and start.” What You’ll Learn:

  • How to create a large targeted audience.
  • How to get your audience to share your content
  • How to stand out as a content creator in a saturated market
  • How to create useful partnerships that can help further in your career
  • How to enjoy your work.

  Key Links From The Show: Mark’s Site   Recommended Books: Innovation and Entrepreneurship by Peter Drucker The Inevitable by Kevin Kelly Small Data by Martin Lindstrom Known by Mark Schaefer

Nov 15, 2017

Introduction: Dwayne Klassen is known as THE Coach for Men. He’s an engaging and entertaining transformational speaker, author coach, and relationship expert. As the creator of The Remarkable Man Coaching Program, Dwayne teaches that no matter how hard life can get, you can rise up, make a difference, and win.   Quotes To Remember: “We all know who we want to be inside, you’ve already met that individual in life.” “Too many of us are driving through this life with a rear view mirror that’s bigger than the windshield; we’re looking back all the time.” “Be mindful of what that remarkable man looks like.” “When I took full responsibility, that’s when things shifted.”   What You’ll Learn:

  • How to understand and overcome frustration in your life
  • Learn to harness both masculine and feminine energy usefully.
  • How to make time for your loved ones and those important in your life.
  • How your actions and outward appearance have effect on your spouse and children, and how to put out a positive vibe.

Key Links From The Show: Dwayne’s Site The Remarkable Man Show - Dwayne’s Podcast   Recommended Books: The 5 Love Languages by Gary Chapman The War of Art by Steven Pressfield The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari by Robin Sharma

Nov 8, 2017


Debbie Drum is a full-time marketer, content creator, and author. She has self-published several of her books on Amazon under various pen names but recently published the book Read Better Faster under her pen name, and the insights in that book will be the focus of today’s episode.


Quotes To Remember:

“If you can’t do something good, or you’re mediocre at it, there’s always something you can do to get better.”

“The great thing about being an entrepreneur is that you can decide your own path, there’s no written rulebook.”

“If you want to keep getting paid for your expertise, you’re going to need to be on that continuing education string”


What You’ll Learn:

  • How to improve your reading speed using tools available to you
  • How to ensure the retention of information when reading quickly
  • How to use both visual and audible stimulation to maximise effectiveness in memory when training
  • How to overcome the fear of public speaking
  • The most cost effective way to read many books.


Key Links From The Show:

Debbie’s website - Debbie’s email


Recommended Books:

10 Years Younger by Kylie Ansett

Read Better Faster by Debbie Drum

The Four Agreements by Don Miguel Luiz

Unlimited Memory by Kevin Horsley

Nov 1, 2017


Anne Rainbow is the content editor and creator behind Scrivener Virgin where she takes us through her journey of mastering the popular writing tool while providing insights into the realms of self-publishing and marketing. Anne also created the Red Pen course where she teaches writers how to self-edit and enjoy the process.


Quotes To Remember:

“That’s what makes it so compelling, you can’t give up, because you’re in a team.”

“It’s all in the planning.”

“It doesn’t matter where you start, as long as you have a mind map.”

“Whatever your challenge is, it’s much much easier if you have people around you supporting you.”

“I want to breathe the same air as people with whom I share values.”


What You’ll Learn:

  • How to prepare to write a novel in a month
  • How to juggle creating useful content in blog posts and other places while still working on your own novel.
  • How to decide what your book will be about.
  • How to write over 50,000 words and turn it into useful content
  • How to plan in advance to create time. Even up to a month!


Key Links From The Show:

Anne’s Site

Anne’s Facebook Page for Scrivener


Recommended Books:

I See You by Claire Mackintosh

Change Your Thoughts, Change Your Life by Dr Wayne Dyer

The Artists Way by Julia Cameron

Oct 25, 2017

Jamie Stenhouse is an entrepreneur and marketer who specializes in assisting business owners and clients to generate customers online—in any industry. Jamie founded his first business, JCP Creations, as a 19 year old. That business specializes in website design and online marketing. Since then he has helped customers online across over 70 industries and has personally worked 1-on-1 with over 150 businesses spanning from startups to multi-million dollar brands


Quotes To Remember:

“Let me begin to utilize it, embrace it.” (when Jamie discusses his stutter)

“An obstacle is really just a good opportunity to learn and to grow, and to develop a new skill set.”

“Whatever problem you have, look how you can flip this around…can that become a very helpful asset or skill set for me in the future?”

“What would this look like if it was easy?”

“It’s a progression not a switch.”


Learn how to…

—Own your obstacle

—Confront adversity head-on

—Find happiness in who you are and what you are becoming

—Combat negativity


Key Links from the Show:

Jamie’s Site


Recommended Books:

The War of Art by Steven Pressfield

The Obstacle is the Way by Ryan Holiday

Ego is the Enemy by Ryan Holiday

Oct 18, 2017

Amy Morse is a restless authorpreneur and the protagonist in the story of her business. She helps authors turn their business book dreams into realities. Amy equips these authors with the tools and confidence to tell the stories of their businesses. Her range of services includes eBooks and advice guides, 1 to 1 support, workshops, and copy editing. With her help, businesses can be better at writing and writers can be better at business.


Quotes To Remember:

“Do what you do best and outsource the rest.”

“Always make sure you have a call to action.”

“The key to successful marketing is little and often.”

“If you create something you can sell over and over again, you can make money while you sleep.”


Learn How To…

—Repurpose your content in different ways

—Turn your repurposed content into an eBook

—Add more value to your product

—Keep developing content even when you’re in a “dead spot” during the day

—Cultivate a large bank of ideas

—Market your book


Key Links From The Show: - Amy’s Site

Twitter: @Amymorse_writer


Recommended Books

The Storyteller’s Secret by Carmine Gallo

The E-Myth Revisited by Michael E. Gerber

Watertight Marketing by Bryony Thomas

Oct 11, 2017

Liane R. Grant has a knack for finding the most efficient way to accomplish a task with excellence. Her experience in fulfilling the responsibilities of multiple roles has helped her hone her planning and productivity skills into a highly efficient personal time management system. She just recently published her new book Schedule Your Dream: 8 Steps To Maximizing Your Time And Mobilizing Your Vision


Quote To Remember:

“This ability…it’s like a muscle, it gets stronger the more you use it.”


What You’ll Learn

—How to remind yourself of your passions and dreams so you can break free of the monotony taking all of our free time. 

—How to keep yourself motivated

—How to unlock up to an hour of more working time

—How to filter out unhelpful processes that don’t get us any closer to our dreams and goals

—How to avoid distractions and delegate work


Key Links From the Show: - Liane’s Site - Search: Liane R Grant


Recommended Books:

Take The Stairs by Rory Vaden

Procrastinate On Purpose by Rory Vaden

The ONE Thing by Gary Keller & Jay Papasan

The 5 A.M. Miracle by Jeff Sanders

The Miracle Morning by Hal Elrod

The 12 Week Year by Brian P. Moran & Michael Lennington

Sep 20, 2017

Jeff Goins is a blogger, speaker, and the author of multiple bestselling books such as The Art Of Work and his latest book Real Artists Don’t Starve. He believes that great ideas can change the world and creates content that allows us to tap into our inner creativity. He has trained tens of thousands of communicators to tell their stories online.


Quotes To Remember:

“Books don’t get written, words get written, sentences get written, paragraphs get written… starts small.”

“The Story you tell yourself is the person you become.”

“Do your work in some setting where people are likely to notice it.”


What You'll Learn:
--How to get your work seen by the right people

--Fighting through the adversity that greets every artist

--How to generate revenue from your work


Key Links From The Show:

Goinswriter--Jeff's website

Real Artists Don't Starve by Jeff Goins


Recommended Books:

Make Art, Make Money by Elizabeth Hyde Stevens

The Agony and The Ecstasy by Irving Stone


The Godfather  by Mario Puzo

Sep 6, 2017

Ryan Grant worked in the accounting field for a little over a year and a half before he decided to quit so he could create his own future. Ryan walked away from a $50K/yr job and now crushes it with Amazon FBA and other platforms. Ryan trains other people how to do the same, and everyone who has been in Ryan’s program for more than one year made at least $100,000 in sales in 2016 with the top client eclipsing $1 million in sales in 2016 for the first time.


Quotes To Remember

“The biggest thing is knowing your numbers.”

“As long as you’re doing the math ahead of time, it should be profitable.”

“If you truly want it to be a business, I suggest you figure out how to systematize things as you go along, and be prepared to bring out additional team members.”


What You’ll Learn

—Hacks for growing and investing in your Amazon FBA business

—How to get your products out of Amazon’s warehouses

—The mentality of an Amazon FBA side hustle versus committing to it full-time


Key Links from the Show:

Ryan’s Site

Scoutify—App used for aiding online arbitrage.

Keepa—Amazon price tracker

Camel Camel Camel—Amazon price tracker

Oaxray—Scouting reports for Online Arbitrage

Tactical Arbitrage—Scouting reports for Online Arbitrage


Recommended books:

The Slight Edge by Jeff Olson

4 Hour Work Week by Tim Ferris

Millionaire Fastlane by MJ DeMarco

Jul 26, 2017

Gary Szenderski is an author, speaker, teacher, and branding specialist. He specializes in helping people and organizations to navigate change, and frequently speaks and writes on the topic of emerging brands, personal branding, and companies in transition. Gary is an award-winning writer, author of the Book of Szen, often quoted marketing expert, and recipient of the Distinguished Instructor Award from the University of California in Irvine where he teaches branding.


Quotes To Remember:

“We should always start our songs on a positive note.”

“If you can’t change it, embrace it.”

“We have to deal with [past issues] head on.”


What You’ll Learn:

—How to discover what you want

—How to live in the moment and become more aware of what’s going on

—How to stay positive

—How to avoid hinging your happiness on expectations 

—How to avoid distractions

—How to open the intake valve to your happiness


Key Links From The Show:

Gary’s Site

Gary’s email address:


Recommended Books:

The Happiness Advantage by Shawn Anchor

Start With Why by Simon Sinek

Beauty: The Invisible Embrace by John O’Donohue

Jul 19, 2017


Hamilton Perkins is the founder and CEO of Hamilton Perkins Collection, a brand that focuses on creating affordable designer bags that look good, perform well, and make a difference. With a sea of options, HPC sets itself apart with the level of care it puts into each product. Hamilton sees philanthropy and giving as an essential part of running a business today.


Quotes To Remember:

“We started because we couldn’t find what we were looking for from other brands, so we decided to do it ourselves.”

“It’s taking a personal need or a pain point and turning that into a solution.”

“A lot of the time it comes down to just getting started earlier.”


What You’ll Learn:

—How to attract employees that share your vision

—How to leverage crowdfunding

—How to get your products to spread through word of mouth


Key Links from The Show:

Hamilton’s website


Recommended Books from The Show:

Shoe Dog by Phil Knight

Crush It! by Gary Vaynerchuk

Let My People Go Surfing by Yvon Chouinard

Jul 12, 2017

Nitin Chhoda is an immigrant who arrived in the U.S. penniless in 2002. He started by delivering pizza, sleeping in his car, and not having enough money to afford winter clothing. However, his hustling mentality allowed him to transcend the grip of poverty to become a licensed physical therapist, entrepreneur, author, and public speaker. Now he owns and runs several multi-million dollar companies with over 30 employees worldwide.


Quotes To Remember:

“Going for zero to $100,000 is all about hustle”

“As an entrepreneur, be prepared to deal with crazy stuff”

“I view money as a vehicle”

“Resilience is a direct function of how much struggle you have been through”

“The right people, hiring the right people is crucial for going from point A to point B….Find and hire the right people, and your professional stature, your emotional capability and your long-term potential as an entrepreneur will significantly increase if you’re around the right people”



What You’ll Learn

—How to develop resilience

—How to get the right people on your team

—Creating proper systems that will help your business grow massively

—The habits of successful entrepreneurs



Key Links from The Show:


Total Activation -- Nitin’s Site.


Recommended Books from the Show:

Total Activation by Nitin Chhoda

Influence by Robert Cialdini

No Man’s Land by Doug Tatum

Outrageous Advertising by Bill Glazer

Jul 5, 2017

Jonathan David Lewis is an engaging and authoritative speaker who shares how to survive and thrive in today’s uncertain world. He is the author of several books including Brand VS Wild which will be the focus of this episode. In addition to writing books, Jonathan has also written several articles on places like Forbes, DigiDay, and Advertising Age where he explores that factors that lead to stalled growth and the principles proven to help companies navigate the ambiguities and dangers of the brand wilderness.


Quotes To Remember:

“The task in front of us as business people is…get comfortable…with an uncomfortable amount of risk in every decision.”

“Who are you going to disappoint?” (you can’t please everyone)

“Always enter the danger.”


What You’ll Learn

—How to anticipate and deal with disruption

—How to stay focused on your goals

—How to move forward in your business

—The pathway to resilience


Key Links from The Show:

Jonathan’s site

Brand VS Wild -- Jonathan's Book



Recommended Books from The Show:

Getting Naked by Patrick Lencioni


The Connected Company by Dave Gray


Power Branding by Steve Mckee

The Black Swan by Nassim Nicholas Taleb

Jun 28, 2017

Timothy Pychyl is a passionate teacher at Carleton University in Ottawa, Canada. He has researched and written about procrastination for over 20 years which he has published on Timothy has culminated this research into his book Solving The Procrastination Puzzle: A Concise Guide To Strategies For Change which is available on Amazon.


Quotes To Remember:

“Procrastination is a negative form of delay.”

“The moment we look too far down the road, we can have a panic attack.”

“We all like to self deceive, we like to lie to ourselves, it makes us feel good.”


What You’ll Learn

—Timothy explains why we procrastinate to avoid negative emotions, and gives us “mood repair”

—How to take purposeful, useful breaks

—How to catch yourself procrastinating and avoid spiraling out of control.

—How to use our willpower more effectively and create an “environment of avoidance”


Key Links from The Show

Timothy’s site where he has done over 20 years of research on procrastination

I Procrastinate -- Timothy's podcast



3 Recommended Books:

The Gifts of Imperfection by Brene Brown

The Courage to Teach by Parker J. Palmer

Man’s Search for Meaning by Viktor E. Frankl

Solving The Procrastination Puzzle by Timothy Pychyl


Jun 21, 2017

For the first time ever, I’m interviewing a duo for the Breakthrough Success Podcast! Ivy LaClair and Blake Brandes are the Co-founders of Motivational Millennial. Ivy is a personal motivation coach and Blake is a TEDx Speaker.

In this episode, we’ll discuss why the duo started the Motivational Millennial Podcast which highlights successful millennials. Within this episode will be several highlights such as how to deal with rough patches, conquering fear, and personal development.


Quotes To Remember:

“When you start moving toward fulfillment, or a dream you really care about, that potential for heartbreak, becomes a real thing.”

“You made the decision in advance, it’s so much easier and less stressful.”

“Let them tell you no.”

“If we just focus on the situation, we are a lot more empowered, and challenges that seem huge, are much more manageable”


What You’ll Learn:

—How to deal with the rough patches of entrepreneurship

—How to conquer fear

—How to speed up processes by taking choices out of the equation


Key Links from the Show:

Motivational Millenial FB Page.

Free Gift: Motivating Your Millennial Mind


3 Recommended Books

The Power of Now by Eckhart Tole

Daring Greatly by Brene Brown

Mistborn by B Sanderson


Jun 14, 2017

Wondering how to get more sales as an affiliate marketer and how recruiters get the affiliates in the first place? Those are two of the many topics we explore in this episode.

Matt is the guy who people like Ray Edwards, Michael Hyatt, Chandler Bolt, Brian Tracy, Jeff Goins, and many more. He’s been the mastermind of several six and seven figure affiliate launches that have transformed businesses. He recently decided to share his insights in a daily podcast called The Affiliate Guy Daily where he provided quick insights into affiliate marketing seven days a week.

He created his daily podcast because many people in his audience said this is exactly what they wanted. 


Quotes To Remember:

“If you’re the best at what you do, you never have to go and find clients”

“Once your mind has been expanded past a certain point, it can never go back to those dimensions.”

“No single piece of content is ever a single piece of content.”


What You’ll Learn:

—How Matt manages to create one episode every day for his podcast

—How Matt drives more affiliate sales

—How Matt recruits affiliates for some of the most successful launches in his industry

—Creative ways to promote your affiliate links

—Developing a customer avatar that actually works

—How to condition your audience so they click on your links…every time


Key Links from the Show:

Matt’s resources for Breakthrough Success listeners

JigSaw—resource for gaining knowledge on competitors and finding affiliates


3 Recommended Books…Matt provided an extra book for us :)

The Small Big by Steve J. Martin

Influence by Robert Cialdini

Dot Com Secrets by Russell Brunson

How to Write Copy That Sells by Ray Edwards

Jun 7, 2017

Shopify is a site with great revenue potential in the ecommerce. For this episode, Dan Rusu and I discuss how people can get started with their very own Shopify stores. Dan is the owner of Lighting Shoes, an E-commerce site that uses Shopify.


Google AdWords has been the ignitor to Dan’s successful business. We discuss how he uses AdWords, some of the challenges he faced along the way, and how to buy and sell websites just as Dan bought Lighting Shoes and made some changes so he could make a profit.



—How to use Google AdWords to get the right traffic to your site

—How to increase the conversion rate, click through rate, and traffic to your site

—Finding a quality distributor

—How to buy and sell websites the right way


Quotes from this episode


“‘…doing something you’re passionate about, or at least being in a niche or industry that you’re interested in, ‘cause otherwise a lot of things just turn into a grind”


“Most of the time you’re gonna have to grind something out”


Key Links from the Show:


Lighting Shoes - Dan’s Shop


Website Brokers





3 Recommended Books:


7 Habits of Highly Effective People by Dr Stephen Covey


How To Win Friends And Influence People by Dale Carnegie


Prayer Can Change Your Life by William R. Parker

May 31, 2017

Our motivation fuels our ability to accomplish our biggest goals. So how do we fuel that motivation as much as possible?

That’s what Trevor Oldham and I discuss in today’s episode. Trevor started as an entrepreneur before he was 10 years old. He’s now an ambitious young entrepreneur and host of the Become The Lion podcast show. He inspires others to pursue their dreams.



—How to motivate yourself to work harder and smarter so you accomplish your goals quicker

—How to break your limiting beliefs

—How to get motivated again when you have cold streaks

—The morning routine of a lifetime

—Some secrets to success


Quotes from this episode:


“It’s really weird that people just get a job, accept it, and don’t think about it”


“You can only connect the dots looking backwards


“You need to lay the foundation brick by brick.”



Key Links from the Show:


Become The Lion


Episode 39: Using Webinars To Generate A Massive Profit With Jon Schumacher



3 Recommended Books:


Outwitting The Devil by Napoleon Hill

Steve Jobs Exclusive Biography by Walter Isaacson

Win or Learn by John Kavanagh

May 10, 2017

Wondering how to make a big profit from webinars…regardless of the size of your email list? This podcast episode will shed the light to those questions.


For this episode, I got to interview Jon Schumacher. Jon is a Webinar specialist and webinar consultant. He is the founder of Webinar Mastery Academy, and was the co-host of the Webinar Mastery Summit.


After creating thousands of webinars and videos, he’s learned the nuances of hosting a webinar that brings in revenue. 


“It’s not what’s happening at the webinar, it’s what happens after the webinar.” —Jon Schumacher



—The “3 P’s” of webinar traffic, 

—How to attract potential customers to your webinars.

—How to provide an evergreen webinar that continues generating consistent revenue months later


Key Links from the Show

Webinar Jam — a valuable tool for hosting your own webinars

Ever Webinar - an advanced tool for hosting evergreen webinars

Jon’s site

Jon’s Webinar Academy


3 Recommended Books

The Daily Stoic by Ryan Holiday

Getting Everything You Can Out of All You’ve Got by Jay Abraham

80/20 Sales And Marketing by Perry Marshall


May 3, 2017

If you get into a conversation about starting your own podcast, it won’t take long before JLD gets mentioned. John Lee Dumas, otherwise known by his cool nickname, is one of the most successful podcasters on the planet.

He regularly brings in six figures from his podcast…every month!

And he took some time to share his secrets. We talked about growing your podcast to a seven figure revenue generator. He talks about pitching to sponsors and sprinkling call-to-actions throughout his episodes. 

We also talk about productivity, which is one of John’s strong suits. To publish 1 episode every day and grow your business at the same time requires a legendary amount of productivity, and JLD unloaded with tidbits that anyone can use.

For instance, on the day I interviewed him, I was podcast #16 of 20 who would interview him that day. This is based on his batching concept where he chooses 1 day to cluster up all 20 podcast interviews he does each month. He also uses this approach to record 30 episodes (1 month’s worth of content) by choosing two days to conduct all of the interviews. Basically, John has a bias towards action.

“You need to have a bias towards action… things that scare you.” —John Lee Dumas



—How to grow your podcast to a seven figure empire

—How to be more productive than you’ve ever been before

—How to pitch your podcast to sponsors

—How to incorporate CTAs in your episodes


Key Links from the Show: - John’s Podcast


Recommended Books:

The Slight Edge by Jeff Olson

The Compound Effect by Darren Hardy

The Chimp Paradox by Dr. Steve Peters

Apr 19, 2017

The Go-Giver reveals the unconventional secrets to success that are all based on five special laws. Interested in learning more? That’s what this episode is all about!

For Episode 37, Bob Burg was nice enough to stop by and talk about his book The Go-Giver. Bob has sold over 500,000 copies of his book Go-Giver which provides valuable insights on how to become successful by following the unconventional method of giving. He’s spoken in front of audiences ranging from 50 to 16,000 attendees and has shared the stage with today’s thought leaders, Olympic athletes, and a former U.S. President. 

We discuss which types of goals you should be setting so you increase your impact which in turn increases your revenue. If you live by a dog eat dog mindset, this episode will give you the mental shift you need to dramatically improve your results. The reality is that mindset will only get you so far. The Go-Giver mindset combined with knowing the five special laws will allow you to go beyond your greatest expectations. 

 “Selling is discovering what the other person needs, wants, or desires, and helping them to get it.” —Bob Burg

“Don’t make money your target. Your target is serving others. Money is simply the reward for hitting the target.” —Bob Burg



—The Go-Giver mindset that is critical to your success

—How to make more money by focusing more on serving your audience

—How to produce more value faster

—How to impact as many lives as possible


Key Links:—Bob’s site. Listen to his podcast!



The Science Of Getting Rich by Wallace D. Wattles

How To Win Friends And Influence People by Dale Carnegie

The Secret Of Selling Anything by Harry Browne

The Untethered Soul by Michael A. Singer

The Go-Giver by Bob Burg & John David Mann

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