Jesse Krieger | How to Publish Your Book

Jesse Krieger Smart Business Revolution John Corcoran

rsz_smart_business_revolution_podcast_artwork_redJesse Krieger has toured the US in a rock band, was flown all around the world as a dating coach, traveled to and lived in around 25 countries, and has started and sold multiple businesses. Currently, he’s the Founder of Lifestyle Entrepreneurs Press who helps other people get their books published and, today, we’re diving into the power of publishing a book.

In this episode, we also talk about:

  • The First Step to Becoming a Published Author
  • Tools for Creating the Framework of Your Book
  • Should You Write a Book If You Don’t Have Room for New Clients?
  • Should You Give Your Book Away for Free?
  • What to Expect if You Decide to Self-Publish
  • Why You Should Produce Your Book in Kindle, Paperback, and Audio Formats
  • The Importance of Building a Community of Your Ideal Clients
  • Why’s Jesse’s Excited About the Current State of Self-Publishing
  • Should You Put All Your Eggs in Amazon’s Basket?

Sponsor: Rise25

This episode is sponsored today by Rise25, the training company founded by my business partner, Dr. Jeremy Weisz and myself with the mission of helping business owners from professional services get away from “trading hours for dollars” and shift from “one to one” client work to “one to many” programs and offers.

We are building a community of entrepreneurs who realize the world and economy is changing and who want to work smarter than trading time for money so they can scale up their business and spend time doing what they love.

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Tony Cappaert | How to Build a Team

Tony Cappaert Smart Business Revolution John Corcoran

rsz_smart_business_revolution_podcast_artwork_redTony Cappaert is the Co-Founder and C.O.O. of Contactually (affiliate link); which is a fast-growing relationship management platform and personally one of my favorite software tools. While we’re, of course, going to talk about Contactually today, we also dig into some tips and tactics for how to properly nurture your network.

In this episode, we also talk about:

  • The Origins of Contactually
  • Tony’s Method for Getting the Attention of Someone He Wants to Learn From
  • Tony’s Tactics for Nurturing Relationships While Maintaining a Busy Schedule
  • How Tony Finds Content to Share with Those in His Network
  • Contactually’s Features for Building and Nurturing Relationships
  • How Tony Manages Multiple Responsibilities Within His Company and Being a New Dad
  • Tony’s Advice for Deciding What Aspects of Your Business You Should Focus On
  • Tony’s Process for Handling Setbacks While Growing a Startup
  • Who Tony Thanks for His Success

Sponsor: Rise25

This episode is sponsored today by Rise25, the training company founded by my business partner, Dr. Jeremy Weisz and myself with the mission of helping business owners from professional services get away from “trading hours for dollars” and shift from “one to one” client work to “one to many” programs and offers.

We are building a community of entrepreneurs who realize the world and economy is changing and who want to work smarter than trading time for money so they can scale up their business and spend time doing what they love.

Check out Rise25 to learn more about our retreats and training programs.

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Joel Erway | How to Crush It with Webinars

Joel Erway Smart Business Revolution John Corcoran

rsz_smart_business_revolution_podcast_artwork_redJoel Erway is the Founder of The Webinar Agency and, after a stint as a mechanical engineer, found himself falling in love with sales. He took a leap of faith and hired Russell Brunson to help him transition into entrepreneurship. He now helps other entrepreneurs development 7-figure webinars.

In this episode, we also talk about:

  • What is a Webinar?
  • Joel Journey from Mechanical Engineer to Online Entrepreneur
  • How Joel Discovered the Power of Webinars
  • The Main Mistake Entrepreneurs Make When Doing a Webinar
  • Joel’s Tips for Getting People to Your Webinar
  • How to Find a Balance Between Educating and Pitching During Your Webinar
  • What Type of Closing Method Does Joel Recommend for Webinars?
  • The Importance of Cultivating Curiosity, Anticipation, and Excitement
  • The Ideal Webinar Follow-Up Sequence
  • The Difference Between Live and Evergreen Webinars
  • Joel’s Software Recommendations for Hosting Webinars
  • The Future of Webinars

Sponsor: Rise25

This episode is sponsored today by Rise25, the training company founded by my business partner, Dr. Jeremy Weisz and myself with the mission of helping business owners from professional services get away from “trading hours for dollars” and shift from “one to one” client work to “one to many” programs and offers.

We are building a community of entrepreneurs who realize the world and economy is changing and who want to work smarter than trading time for money so they can scale up their business and spend time doing what they love.

Check out Rise25 to learn more about our retreats and training programs.

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Heather Ann Havenwood | How to Become a Sexy Boss™

Heather Havenwood Smart Business Revolution John Corcoran

rsz_smart_business_revolution_podcast_artwork_redHeather Ann Havenwood, is the founder of Sexy Boss™, Inc. and the author of a book by the same name. She’s built three companies from zero to a million dollars, has experienced bankruptcy as the result of betrayal by a business partner, and has bounced back to now helping other entrepreneurs turn their businesses into million dollar ones.

In this episode, we also talk about:

  • How Heather Built a Million Dollar Real Estate Company
  • Why Heather Had to File for Bankruptcy
  • Heather’s Journey of Coming Back After Losing Everything
  • How Heather Built a Million Dollar Information Marketing Company
  • The Inspiration Behind Heather’s Book Geared Towards Female Entrepreneurs
  • Heather’s Advice for “Beating the Big Boys” Amid Rampant Sexism
  • The Importance of Mindset in the Face of Adversity in Business
  • The Significance of Surrounding Yourself with Like-Minded People
  • Why Every Entrepreneur Needs to Share Their Personal Story

Sponsor: Rise25

This episode is sponsored today by Rise25, the training company founded by my business partner, Dr. Jeremy Weisz and myself with the mission of helping business owners from professional services get away from “trading hours for dollars” and shift from “one to one” client work to “one to many” programs and offers.

We are building a community of entrepreneurs who realize the world and economy is changing and who want to work smarter than trading time for money so they can scale up their business and spend time doing what they love.

Check out Rise25 to learn more about our retreats and training programs.

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Jeff Goins | Real Artists Don’t Starve

Jeff Goins Smart Business Revolution John Corcoran

rsz_smart_business_revolution_podcast_artwork_redJeff Goins, is the best-selling author of five books and a previous guest on the show. Today, he’s here to talk about his latest book, Real Artists Don’t Starve, and it’s a conversation that I personally found eye-opening and incredibly interesting.

In this episode, we also talk about:

  • Why Jeff Decided to Write His Latest Book, Real Artists Don’t Starve
  • The Story of Michelangelo’s Secret Fortune
  • Are Artists Artists Actually Starving in Today’s Market?
  • Why Jeff Thinks Good Artists Should Steal
  • Why Every Artist Should Be an Apprentice
  • How Collaboration Can Make All the Difference
  • The Importance of Owning Your Work
  • The Man Jeff Thanks for His Creative Side

Sponsor: Rise25

This episode is sponsored today by Rise25, the training company founded by my business partner, Dr. Jeremy Weisz and myself with the mission of helping business owners from professional services get away from “trading hours for dollars” and shift from “one to one” client work to “one to many” programs and offers.

We are building a community of entrepreneurs who realize the world and economy is changing and who want to work smarter than trading time for money so they can scale up their business and spend time doing what they love.

Check out Rise25 to learn more about our retreats and training programs.

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Felena Hanson | How 3 Layoffs Led to a Chain of Spa-Inspired Co-Working Spaces for Women Business Owners

Felena Hanson Smart Business Revolution John Corcoran

rsz_smart_business_revolution_podcast_artwork_redFelena Hanson found herself having been laid off three different times by the age of 30 and decided to make a change. She went on to found Hera Hub, a spa-inspired female-focused co-working space that now has multiple locations in multiple countries and we’re going to talk about that journey today.

In this episode, we also talk about:

  • Why Felena Decided to Start Spa-Inspired Co-Working Spaces for Women
  • Why Felena Thinks Women Should “Lean Out”
  • Is Obtaining Work/Life Balance a Realistic Goal?
  • Felena’s Advice for Women Who Want to Become an Entrepreneur
  • The Importance of Not Waiting for the Perfect Moment to Start Your Business
  • Should You Start a Passion-Based Business?
  • Who Felena Thanks for Her Success

Sponsor: Rise25

This episode is sponsored today by Rise25, the training company founded by my business partner, Dr. Jeremy Weisz and myself with the mission of helping business owners from professional services get away from “trading hours for dollars” and shift from “one to one” client work to “one to many” programs and offers.

We are building a community of entrepreneurs who realize the world and economy is changing and who want to work smarter than trading time for money so they can scale up their business and spend time doing what they love.

Check out Rise25 to learn more about our retreats and training programs.

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