Great Lessons You Can Learn From Best Seller

In this day and age, most of us are totally engulfed in the world of internet marketing and advertising. But what about “Word of Mouth” as a tool to emotionally provoke and connect with our target audience? It’s something we may not give as much thought to in our modern context.

Jonah Berger

Jonah believes that people are under the misconception that think they NEED to advertise. However, most people make decisions because a peer recommended something them (word of mouth). It’s really about TRUST. It’s a known fact that business owners don’t always have funds to advertise. His guidance includes helping business owners turn their customers into “advocates”- people who will share their message.

Joe Calloway

Do you have a clear idea of what you want your clients and prospects to say about you? This is the key to your success in building your business. Joe Calloway describes what it takes to be magnetic and create the business you want. Listen to this episode to learn how to be the best at what matters most.

Tim Sanders

Tim Sanders is an expert in relationship building. In today’s world of takers and money makers, Tim believes in approaching business with the utmost compassion. In fact, this is what led him to his first of multiple million dollar deals. Adding value to the lives of others and stepping into the market with a charitable attitude is the new name of the game. Tune in as we delve deep on building stronger relationships.

Greg Mckeown

Are you busy? Are you pushing yourself to get it all done? Well, most of us a struggling to keep up with the opportunities we have now. And if we are not careful those good opportunities will keep us from what is most essential. Today I talk with Greg McKeown, author of NY Best Selling book, Essentialism: The Disciplined Pursuit of Less.  This is a call to maximize effort and productivity by eliminating the superfluous. We talk about narrowing down your life to the essentials.

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