Fri, 24 January 2020
Today's Flash Back Friday comes from Episode 236, originally published in February 2016.
Gerri Detweiler is Head of Market Education for Nav, a website that helps entrepreneurs manage and build their personal and business credit. She is also co-author of the new book Finance Your Own Business with Garrett Sutton.
Jason and Gerri have an in-depth discussion about what business credit is, how you can obtain it, how you can actually attain GOOD business credit and what you can do with it in your business.
[5:19] Specific examples of using business credit and protecting your personal credit score
[9:51] Managing your business credit report
[11:35] How you actually get started with business credit
[12:55] Some important business credit terminology
[15:23] A tip that can help improve your credit score by simply changing the day you're paying your bills
[18:14] Looking at the time commitment that's likely required when you start getting your business credit underway
[21:49] The coming rise of equity crowdfunding
Wed, 22 January 2020
Jason Hartman talks with Sharon Lechter, former CEO of Rich Dad & Pay Yourself First and author of Success & Something Greater: Your Magic Key, about her experiences with both the Rich Dad company and the Napoleon Hill Foundation. Sharon provides unique insights into the impact both organizations have had on society today, as well as what she has discovered success means for various people.
[3:24] Napoleon Hill one of the original self-help authors?
[7:39] The different types of success Sharon saw while writing her latest book
[10:00] Why the man who sold the patent for the jet ski for $75,000 doesn't regret it
Fri, 10 January 2020
Today's Flash Back Friday comes from Episode 242, originally published in April 2016.
Craig Valentine is the President of The Communication Factory, LLC, which is an award-winning company that helps organizations profit by presenting with impact and persuading with ease. As a motivational speaker, he has spoken in the United States, Taiwan, Canada, Jamaica, Qatar (Doha), England, Bahamas, Hong Kong, China, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Indonesia, Japan, South Africa, India, Sri Lanka, and Australia giving as many as 160 presentations per year. He is the 1999 World Champion of Public Speaking for Toastmasters International.
Craig Valentine is also the Co-Founder of the World Class Speaking program, which helps up-and-coming speakers and speech coaches turn their presentations and programs into huge profits. Craig is the author of the groundbreaking book, The Nuts and Bolts of Public Speaking, Co-Author of the books, World Class Speaking and World Class Speaking In Action, and contributing author for the books Guerrilla Marketing on the Front Lines, Success Secrets of the Social Media Marketing Superstars, and Guerrilla Marketing Remix.
Jason and Craig talk today about how to properly use humor in your speeches to help sell.
[2:22] How winning the 1999 World Champion of Public Speaking gave him a new motto
[5:45] The importance of stories as anchors in speeches
[7:51] The progression of a successful story
[10:00] Some of the master speakers that Craig likes
[12:32] Using self deprecating humor
[16:34] How to not fear the sell
[18:49] Always sell the result
[21:45] Using facial expressions in speeches to maximize impact
Wed, 8 January 2020
Jason Hartman talks with Jonathan Slain, a high growth leadership coach, founder of www.Recession.com, and author of Rock the Recession, about how to prepare your business to ensure that you not only survive, but thrive through recessions. Having a war chest BEFORE it starts is absolutely crucial to your continued success, so make sure you have a plan and rock your way through any recession.
[2:00] How do you grow during a recession?
[5:52] You can increase your business significantly by spending into a recession
[11:32] Make sure you have a recession plan BEFORE the next recession
[14:14] Why Jonathan thinks a pullback will happen in 2020
[17:47] Examine your business to find what you can do that will make your competition irrelevant
[21:32] The big opportunities lie on the fringes of creativity
Fri, 3 January 2020
Jamie was born knowing that SOMEDAY she would have a million dollars. Initially she assumed that meant she had to put on work clothes, pack a lunch, and trudge into the office for a salary. By the age of 22 she was making six figures, and by the age of 24 she was over $70,000 in debt.
Eventually she realized there was another way to make a million dollars. While she may not be there yet, she has been interviewing millionaires for the past 4 years on her podcast and has a wealth of knowledge from the more than 150 millionaires that she's talked to. She's committed to bringing everyone the greatest tools and advice for growing your business, and help you create an amazing life while building your net worth.
[2:25] Jamie's back story
[3:47] The realizations that Jamie's had while interviewing millionaires
[6:53] Focusing on finding the things you're doing today that are moving you towards the wealth
[8:58] The cliche, but terribly important, piece of advice that you need to hear
[11:22] The story of Jamie's first mastermind group
[14:19] How Jamie found people to join her mastermind group when she was a nobody
[17:11] Ways to run your mastermind group so it doesn't turn into a farce
[21:34] In person versus virtual masterminds, the pros and cons
[24:15] Jamie describes "The Hot Seat" method her group uses
[28:20] Following up to keep everyone accountable
[31:00] Jamie's mastermind group absence policy