Podcast Episodes - Page 7 of 18 - Screw The Commute

110 – Be Funny Make Money: Tom interviews Jeff Justice

Jeff Justice hasn't had a real job since 1981 yet he has a 3000 square foot house in a prestigious Buckhead Community in Atlanta Georgia. He's traveled the world and he doesn't really need to work another day for the rest of his life. But the money is too good and too easy to turn it down. After getting screwed over multiple times by the system. Jeff developed the motto most amount of money for the least amount of time but always make it fun. Jeff are you ready to screw. The commute.

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109 – Ya Gotta Protect Yourself: Tom talks Insurance

The exciting topic of business Insurance. Well it might not be that exciting to talk about, but if you don’t have it, and even if you do, things can get exciting real fast when someone makes a claim about your business, or your business is involved even remotely in doing damage to someone or someone’s property.

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108 – One of the top 100 motivational speakers: Tom interviews Dov Baron

Dov Baron was twice cited as one of Inc Magazine's top 100 leadership speakers to hire. He's also cited in the meetings and event professional's guide to the top 100 motivational speakers and named one of the top 30 global leadership gurus. Now Dov is a man with a finger on the pulse of the evolving world of next gen leadership. He's the best selling author of several books, and his latest book is Fiercely Loyal – How High Performing Companies Develop and Retain Top Talent.

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107 – Learn about creating systems in your business: Tom interviews Mark S A Smith

Mark S. A. Smith is the guy I met decades ago when he was writing business books with Jay Conrad Levinson. And for those of you that don't know, that was Mr. Guerrilla Marketing. And now 14 books later, Mark works with executives to hone their mindset, skill set and tool set to run a sustainable, scalable, profitable and saleable company.

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106 – A bunch of ways to finance your “Real” business: Tom talks Side Hustles

This episode is not going to simply give you a list of a bunch of side hustles. There are tons of those lists online. I’m going to tell you how to approach a side hustle from a multimillionaire’s point of view and how you can get rich “from” side hustles not from “doing” side hustles. At least not doing them forever just to scrape by. In the Internet age, side hustles can include online businesses, but I’m going to take a little different attitude about this.

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105 – He’s the “Magic Man”: Tom interviews Dean Hankey

Dean Hankey is a marketing magician and a people pro and he is a speak-tacular entertainer and implementer. Dean will speak, teach, preach and nag you on the million dollar money making marketing magic secrets. He's got 40 years as a passionate, proven profit producing, here we go again, professional entrepreneur, mentor, business author, radio and TV host.

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104 – She’s the “Empress of PR”: Tom interviews Wendy Kurtz

Wendy Kurtz is the founder and president of Elizabeth Charles Associates LLC, a public relations firm that specializes in helping executives become published authors and paid speakers. And she's an accredited professional. Wendy has been helping people develop and deliver marketing and communication messages efficiently and effectively for more than 25 years.

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Special Edition – Be a New Collar Worker: Higher Education Exposed

This is a special edition of the Screw the Commute podcast. I call it Higher Education Exposed How Colleges and Universities are robbing you. This is the audio track off a webinar I did about this same topic. Vocational education used to be only for second tier students who couldn't make it academically. Well, that has changed dramatically in the past few years. In fact, CNBC said vocational education is preparing students for the 21st century workforce.

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103 – Simple video editing skills can save you a fortune: Tom talks Basic Video Editing

I’m here to give you some tips to save a ton of money by doing some of the simple editing yourself, and making you aware of some of the rules of video, you probably never heard of, that can mess up your final video. Also, make absolutely sure you listen to episode 088 on how to make a $50,000.00 video about you and your company for only pennies on the dollar.

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102 – Lifelong Real Estate Entrepreneur: Tom interviews Nathalie Mullinix

Nathalie Mullinix has worn every hat in the real estate industry for over thirty three years. Her passion is being a change agent. She started with creating real estate menu systems in 1994, which was way ahead of her time. Her real estate teaching supports many small mom and pop brokerages and allows Realty Universal to donate and serve the much needed areas. She is passionate about starving children and wounded adults.

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