Podcast Episodes - Page 8 of 31 - Screw The Commute

234 – From waiting tables to top publicity service: Tom interviews Mitch Davis

Mitch Davis from ExpertClick.com and he's got news release wire, also, blogs, syndication and you get news, interviews, exposure and search engine optimization traction for all kinds of experts and consultants and speakers and other professionals.

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233 – He’s the quiz guru: Tom interviews Boris Pfeiffer

Boris Pfeiffer has started four companies on three continents. This guy's a worldwide traveler and also worked in management positions for large corporations like IBM and Monster.com. And he's survived cancer. So he decided, look, spending more time with his family beats big corporate paychecks. So now he's mostly working from home on his current startup, which is how I met him, through Riddle.com.

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232 – Retreats are fun and lucrative: Tom talks How to Run a Retreat Center

How to start and run retreats is a thing I've been doing for 18 years and it's meant a great lifestyle and an enormous amount of money over all those years. Now to prove to you that this is not some kind of flash in the pan idea, I dug up a recording that I did on this topic eleven years ago after I had already been operating the retreat center for seven years. So, you'll learn from someone who's been doing what they're teaching you for many years.

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231 – Fashion is her game: Tom interviews Rayne Parvis

Rayne Parvis is an L.A. based certified personal stylist and style coach. She's a media personality and she's the author of The Ultimate Guide to Style From Drab to Fab. She provides transformational style and fashion tips for individuals who want to look their best.

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230 – She’s 55 and makes 18 year olds jealous: Tom interviews Becca Tebon

Becca Tebon missed 20 percent of her elementary years due to illnesses and surgery to remove a massive tumor from her left breast at age 14. So she also had a poor self-image and poor relations with herself and food. But as a college student athlete, she learned to make changes in her diet. She's shifted her mindset and decided to manage her health holistically. Today, she is 13 years med free and pain free. Becca works one on one with others to help pinpoint specific challenges and find solutions.

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229 – Lead generation quizzes: Tom talks Quizzes

There are all kinds of quizzes and personality tests that you can do. So today's episode is going to give you a bunch of tips to get more people to take your quiz and when I do some of those other ones, I'll do a whole episode giving you greater details on those types of quizzes. We're going to concentrate today on lead generation quizzes.

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228 – He’s been saving lives for 35 years: Tom interviews Alain Burrese

Alain Burrese is an active shooter response instructor. He served in the U.S. Army with the 82nd Airborne Division at Fort Bragg, North Carolina and with the 2nd Infantry Division as a sniper and sniper instructor in South Korea. He's currently the director of Active Defense Training for Reflex Protect. He's trained more than 6000 individuals, including teachers, school administrators, doctors, nurses and staff on basic and effective strategies of surviving active threats.

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227 – A lifestyle business can save you during the hard times: Tom interviews Roberto Candelaria

Tom talks with Roberto Candelaria about life, loss and how a lifestyle business can keep you going even after the death of a loved one.

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226 – This skill can skyrocket your business: Tom talks Professional Speaking

If you want to rapidly increase your business, raise your fees and travel on somebody else's dime, get over your problem with public speaking. It can enhance your regular business that's not really totally based on speaking and do all these great things for you. The benefits are just enormous. And most people hate public speaking, so you can pass up thousands of competitors if you have the guts to do what they're not willing to do. And that's learn to become a professional level speaker.

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225 – This Spy Knows How to Sell: Tom interviews Jason Hanson

Jason Hanson is a former CIA agent. A New York Times bestselling author and he went from a boring CIA job to a completely lifestyle based business based on what I love, hard work and hard selling. And when I say hard selling, I don't mean obnoxious selling. He's a master storyteller and he does story based selling to his target market and has built himself a multi-million dollar business out of it.

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