Kavit, author of Don't Sleep On It, talks about the parts of branding, and the steps between A & B. Branding determines everything when it comes to getting prospects, to customers. You have to know your expert brand, so that you can properly target your audience. Too many companies, small and large, miss this key element which ends up costing them prospects, and revenue. Kavit has had great success from clients, whom he helped get them from idea, to profits, by helping them build their brand, their product, and funnels to generate leads.
Michael Giannulis came from just your average family, had his fair share of failed ventures, and went from stocking shelves, to scaling small businesses. This all started with a choice to start writing blogs about personal development and progressed from there.
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Jason Swenk, shares his mindset while he was building an agency that he later sold. "I'm more fearful of regret, than I am of failing at the business." This was his mindset. So what did he do? He put together a plan.
Derek interviews successful entrepreneur Jason Swenk. Jason shares his journey of struggling as an agency owner before discovering formulas for significant growth. Today, Jason helps other agency owners and has consulted close to 40,000 agencies in 42 countries.
Swenk is also the author of the new book "Accelerating Your Agency: An 8 System Playbook For Growing Your Agency Faster".
Learn more at Swenk.it
Entrepreneur Jaime Jay shares to deal with difficult times in life. Sometimes you may go through tough times. The realization is, life is not going to be great for a little bit. It'll pass though. Set your expectation that it will get better, by first accepting it now, and figure out how to get out of it. Work towards a better life everyday. Jamie Jay shares some vital information of how to handle the challenge.
What is success for you?
Success for Vincent Pugliese is freedom, and time. It's not the same for everyone, but for him it's the ability, and freedom to go where he wants, when he wants, and not be tied down. He shares that he is now "unemployable" because he has the discipline to maintain this freedom that he cherishes in his life so much. There's a balance in this drive, and motivation to work and freedom.
Catharine Arston has passion and purpose in what she does. As a leader, she explains, you have to be willing to delegate, give guidance, maintain stability, and provide education. As an entrepreneur, you have to be able to make that switch from the passion, and purpose, to being a leader to make it all work.
What is a great leader? Cash Keahey explains what makes a great leader. Personality type drives their style, and making decisions. Great leadership includes some qualities such as competence, character, engaging, inspiring and lifting up people.
In Pamela Gold's book, "Find more strength – 5 pillars to unlock unlimited power and happiness", talks about:
1. 5 clear areas of practice to build inner strength and keep "leveling up" your awareness.
2. Deeper understanding of emotional states and how to use them for empowerment.
3. Answers to common underlying blocks and traps.
4. Renewed faith in yourself and your ability to grow stronger.
5. Connection to happiness for no reason at all.
She shares with us that you should not be wasting you energy on the things that already happened. You should you spend your energy on other things, to improve upon.
CASH KEAHEY is a global leader-architect with a natural gift for engaging audiences, facilitating learning and coaching leaders to greater effectiveness. He earned a bachelor’s in marketing as well as his MBA from the University of Houston. A 23-year professional career inside global Fortune 500s in diverse functions and industries exposed Cash to different corporate cultures with different styles of leadership. Through these experiences, Keahey realized the symbiotic relationship between leadership and culture: that leaders create a culture around them, but in order to succeed, must lead in a culture that values their uniqueness.
Over the past 18 years Cash has facilitated leadership workshops in 20 countries on six continents, including The Elements of Leadership™ workshop to help leaders visualize and better implement the fundamentals of leading.
Since being qualified in the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® (MBTI) in 1999, he has deepened his knowledge of Jungian psychology to become a leader in the type community. From Jung’s theory of psychological types, Cash developed eight LeaderType™ profiles. Cash’s predominant LeaderTypes are Proactive, Persuasive and Inclusive.
Learn more about Cash's new book, "Eight LeaderTypes in the White House: Discover and Leverage Your Oval Office Leadership Style", at http://www.leadertype.com/