Podcast Episodes - Page 12 of 15 - Screw The Commute

37 – Geeks are your friends

I’m going to cover recruiting young, tech savvy people to work for you either as independent contractors or employees. I suggest every business embrace young people we lovingly call geeks and propeller heads. These are tech savvy people that are in love with computers and figure things out in 2 seconds that most of us wouldn't figure out in 2 years. I'll will tell you how to find them, recruit them and pay them. When you find the right one (or many), your business will accelerate tremendously.

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36 – Editor of “American Entrepreneur”: Tom interviews A.J. Martinson

A. J. Martinson is a film director, editor, and cinematographer who skipped college in order to pursue a self-taught career in filmmaking. Six years later, he's worked on hundreds of projects through his own production company, Section Three Films, including countless national and international commercials to feature length documentaries. The American Entrepreneur is included in that and a narrative feature film entitled Blackmark, which he wrote, produced, and directed at the age of 21.

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35 – Green Acres is the place to be: Tom interviews Scott Wilson

Scott Wilson, along with his family, own and operate Full Quiver Farm in Suffolk, Virginia. They have pasture raised chicken, eggs, pork, and beef. They sell direct to customers and at local farmers markets and other delivery points around the area. They have been helping me feed my dogs raw, which I have done since I got them, for four or five years since I found them and I'm so glad I did.

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34 – Make a fortune with Email Marketing

You can make a lot of money with quality email marketing. To this day, with all the fancy social media and text and messenger marketing, people at my level still make virtually all our money through email. In this episode, I’m going to cover the mechanics and theories of email marketing. In a future episode, I’ll cover list building. The reason I’m doing it in this order is to save you from yourself. I don’t want you emailing a bunch of people and getting no results or getting negative results.

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33 – Write your own ticket: Tom interviews Christina Hills

Christina Hills is the founder of the Website Creation Workshop. She teaches non techie people how to easily create a website in WordPress in a fun and creative way. She used to work in the film and television industry, but when her baby was born, she quit to become an online entrepreneur.

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32 – Vacation Any Time: Tom interviews John Drebinger

John Drebinger is a certified speaking professional who has spoken to over 400 major clients on safety over 28 years. His best selling books have sold 80,000 copies which is forty five thousand more copies than any other book in the field of safety. His new online course helps people eliminate their fear of speaking in public.

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31 – Joint Ventures: Get Other People to “Put you on the Map”

Joint venturing is perfect if you're just starting out and you don't have a big mailing list. If you’ve been around Internet marketing at all, you always hear about the value of the list. If you’re established and have a big or moderate sized list, you still want to grow, so joint venturing is great for you too. The same rules apply. Instead of starting with a small or nonexistent list, you are taking your existing list to a new level so everyone who wants to grow their business should listen to this.

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30 – “Self Help” is his middle name “Self Growth” is his website: Tom interviews David Riklan

David Riklan is the founder of selfgrowth.com, one of the top self-improvement websites. Now I'm going to have to dispute that a little bit. I probably would say it's THE top self-improvement website on the Internet. Selfgrowth.com has received over 100 million, that's with a million, unique visitors since he launched the website. In addition, David has published over 10 books on self-improvement, natural health, sales and marketing.

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29 – She’s a collaboration and sponsorship expert out of Canada: Tom interviews Charmaine Hammond

Charmaine Hammond is a serial entrepreneur and business owner. She's a professional speaker who teaches the principles of collaboration, partnership and sponsorship. As a result of Charmaine's teachings and program, she has presented to more than 300,000 people around the globe, has appeared on media more than 250 times, has published five books, and is on a mission to help entrepreneurs raise their dreams through collaboration and sponsorship.

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28 – How to Advertise Your Business Online

This is a brief primer to show you lots of things you could be doing with regard to advertising and promoting your business. Some of them would take a week-long training session to even get halfway competent. What I want to do is let you know what you could be doing. That way, you’ll be able to dig in deeper and we can either train you or you can find some credible training on the things you actually like and want to implement.

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