Podcast Episodes - Page 2 of 11 - Screw The Commute

93 – Ty the Dog Guy: Tom interviews Ty Brown

Ty Brown is an internationally recognized dog trainer, author and speaker. And I know his effectiveness, because he's helped me with my dogs when he was here in Virginia Beach. His dog training company, he's called Ty the Dog Guy, is one of the largest in the nation and helps dog owners around the world to solve dog problems.

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92 – Fraud and Safety are his games: Tom interviews Robert Siciliano

Robert Siciliano is a Certified Speaking Professional. That's a very high level person that's gone through tremendous amount of scrutiny to get that designation. He's the number one bestselling author and CEO of safr.me and he's serious about teaching you fraud prevention and personal security. Robert is a security expert fiercely committed to informing, educating, and empowering people so they can protect themselves and their loved ones from violence and crime.

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91 – Your Printed and Online Image Represents You: Tom talks Business Graphics

Business Graphics. This is something people spend a fortune on unnecessarily, which just makes it harder for their business to be profitable. I’m not saying there aren’t times when you should hire a real pro to do some graphics. I’m just saying you can get high quality graphics very cheaply and you can do many yourself with the cheap and free tools available now.

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90 – The Original Traffic Tootsie: Tom interviews Gayl Murphy

Gayl is a Hollywood correspondent, media and presentation coach. She says you got to tell it to sell it. She's the speaker and author of Interview Tactics How to Survive the Media without getting clobbered and also the Insider's Guide to Giving a killer interview. She reports on and works with entertainment media on TV, radio, print and online.

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89 – The Lie Guy: Tom interview Stan Walters

Our guest today is Stan Walters. He sent me his intro and I'm a little bit concerned because he's been in 36 prisons in 16 states, and one foreign country. He's known as The Lie Guy. How did he screw the commute while being in prison? I don't know. And if you remember the old Lucy show, Ricky would say, “Lucy, you got some splainin' to do”. So Stan, you got some splainin' to do.

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88 – Great Video Means Great Sales: Tom talks $50K Video for pennies

How to make a $50K video about you and your company for only pennies on the dollar. It sets you far above your competitors. When you have a high-quality video production showing people what you’re all about, you will move to the top of the heap when it comes to people making a decision of who to hire. Of course, there are plenty of other factors involved when people decide to buy products and services, but if everything else was equal, your video will help put you over the top.

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87 – Generations butt heads: Tom interviews Meghan Grace

Meghan Grace is a generational researcher, consultant, author and host of the podcast Hashtag Gen Z. Her career started in higher education but her research focuses on the post millennial generation: Generation Z. She's been studying Gen Z since 2013, has conducted two original studies on the topic, and I've got her book here in front of me. I've been looking through it and it's a really really in-depth highly researched book and I'll be reading some excerpts from it as we go.

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86 – Learn to hire: Tom interviews Dr. Sabrina Starling

Just back from a four week vacation, Dr. Sabrina Starling wants to inspire you to tap your potential. She runs her business only 25 hours per week, that's most weeks, and she's a single mom and author. Her latest in the How to Hire the Best series addresses the labor challenges in the construction industry. Although the whole series covers a lot of different hiring best practices.

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85 – Other people finance your projects: Tom talks Crowdfunding

Get the money you need for your business or personal projects and never have to pay it back. So, what exactly is crowdfunding? It’s where you get lots of people to contribute in your projects. I emphasize the word “Contribute” because everyone that gives you money gets something in return, as opposed to “donations” where people just give money for the satisfaction of doing it and maybe for a tax deduction.

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