December 11, 2020
On this episode, I’m speaking with online entrepreneur Tom Libelt.
Tom was born in Poland and moved with his family at the age of 10 to the US to escape communism.
Growing up he watched his parents take any job they could just to survive, and he decided that wasn’t the life he wanted.
Since then, Tom has had a very varied career from Kindle book publishing, owned a coffee shop, a retail store, a record label and made a documentary. All bootstrapped with no outside funding.
Tom now spends most of his time in Chiang Mai, Thailand where he runs his business, Smart Brand Marketing.
In the conversation we discuss the ups and downs of being an entrepreneur, when it’s time to stop hustling, and how to progress for longevity and scalability in the online entrepreneurial space - among many other things.
If you’re looking to start an online business you’re going to get a lot of value from this conversation.
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December 8, 2020
Welcome to episode 51 where I am talking with professional public speaking coach, Brenden Kumarasamy about how to overcome fear and master public speaking.
The thought of speaking publicly terrifies many people. If that's you, Brenden shares what can you do to overcome that fear and how you can develop your presenting skills.
Brenden is the founder of MasterTalk, a YouTube channel he started to help the world master the art of public speaking and communication. He coaches purpose driven entrepreneurs on how to master their message and share their ideas with the world.
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December 4, 2020
We've reached episode 50 of the podcast already! Thank you to everyone for your support so far, it's hugely appreciated!
My guest today is Jamie Martin.
Jamie is founder and managing director of Correct Careers Coaching and an author, a speaker, and a podcaster.
We covered a lot of ground in this conversation starting Jamie’s own career journey from mobile phone salesman to entrepreneur and award-winning sales trainer.
We also discussed the importance of documenting your achievements and successes along your own career journey, the power of goal setting and how to approach it, and the importance of taking care of yourself and much more.
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December 1, 2020
Times have changed. Businesses are becoming more modular.
In this episode I speak with Cooper Krauss about how the ability to outsource technical development and support empowers start-ups to scale at greater speed than ever before.
This new approach releases young businesses from the budget constrains associated with hiring large, experienced in-house tech teams.
Cooper Krauss is a highly successful Sales professional, generating more than $5M of revenue in just 6 years across various industries.
He is now the Global Sales Director at Full Scale, one of the fastest growing companies in the US with hundreds of employees worldwide.
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