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In this episode, Lee Milteer interviews me about my new book Clear and Present Game Changers which is now available. You can purchase it on amazon.com or under the book section of my web site www.soundlawsofsuccess.com. I hope you enjoy our interview. If you like what you hear, please buy my new book and utilize its principles to turnaround or tran…
 
In this episode, I’ll reveal the fifteen elements you can use to create and build an unfair advantage in your business that you can use in your business to stand out. The fifteen elements come from a book entitled The Power of Unfair Advantage by John L. Nesheim. I’ll share what I learned from his book and then some sound principles you can act on …
 
In this episode, you'll learn the process Patrick Snow used to sell more than 250,000 copies of his book Creating Your Own Destiny and how you can write, publish, and market your book. Patrick Snow is an international best-selling author, professional keynote speaker, publishing, speaking, and book marketing coach. He is the author of the internati…
 
In this episode, I talk with World Champion Runner and Professional Speaker, Brad Barton, CSP about his book Beyond Illusions and numerous experiences in his life where he had to push through his limitations to achieve more. You'll find this interview to be an insightful look at what it takes to become a champion and succeed in business and life.…
 
In this interview with disability and personal injury attorney, Ben Glass (www.benglasslaw.com) and coach to attorneys at Great Legal Marketing (www.greatlegalmarketing.com), we talk about his new book Play Left Fullback about how to show up like no one else and other marketing lessons he has learned throughout his life and career. This is an excep…
 
In this episode, I interview publicity expert Melanie Rembrandt about her book Simple Publicity. She shares her insights about common mistakes entrepreneurs make when putting together publicity campaigns and shares from her extensive twenty plus years of experience about what she has found to be at heart of successful campaigns and how entrepreneur…
 
In this episode, I talk with Clint Pulver, who is an Emmy Award-winning, motivational keynote speaker, author, musician, and workforce expert and the author of the new book, I Love it Here: How Great Leaders Create Organizations Their People Never Want to Leave. He is the president and founder of The Center for Employee Retention and has transforme…
 
Guinness World Record Holder for the longest solo row across the Pacific Ocean Jacob Adoram Hendrickson is an inspiring individual. He planned and completed an eleven month journey from Washington state across the Pacific Ocean to Australia in his custom designed rowboat Emerson. In this interview, he shares his story about how he accomplished such…
 
In this fascinating interview, you'll learn lessons on the birth of a brand from UGG founder Brian Smith. Brian was born in Australia, where he developed his love of surfing. A charterered accountant, he studied at the UCLA Graduate School of Management, and with $500 of start-up money, he founded UGG Imports to bring sheepskin footwear to America.…
 
In this episode, I share several little known stories I learned from reading and studying about the life of Theodor Seuss Geisel or Dr. Seuss as he is known to millions around the world. I recently finished an excellent biography by Brian Jay Jones entitled Becoming Dr. Seuss: Theodor Geisel and the Making of an American Imagination. This book is a…
 
Today's world has changed dramatically in how we interact and communicate with one another. In this episode, I interview leadership expert Kevin Eikenberry about his new book The Long Distance Teammate and what leaders and team members must do to preserve connection in a virtual environment. Kevin's insights on leadership, trust, and connection are…
 
Howard Schultz came back as CEO of Starbucks in 2008 to help navigate its turnaround after sales started to slide at a distressing rate, the company's stock price was falling, and the future of Starbucks was at risk. Schultz engineered a remarkable turnaround and in this episode I share twelve big lessons about this turnaround that you can apply in…
 
In this episode, Melanie Benson shares mindset and thought patterns that lead to building a big business even in the midst of challenging times. She shares her inspirational story of being in business for over twenty years and the insights she has gained on how to be bold and visible as you have to be seen in order to be hired. You'll love her insi…
 
Learn how small companies become big with the power of systems. In this episode, I discuss Michael Gerber's book The E-Myth and share insights on how Coca-Cola and Weight Watchers grew from small enterprises to billion dollar companies with systems. Learning the skill set to move from a technicial to an entrepreneur and manager will help you grow y…
 
In this episode, you'll learn how to spot opportunity that others miss with Craig Valine. Craig is known for his straightforward style of communicating effective and powerful marketing advice. He is a lead generation expert and direct marketing strategist. Listen in as Craig shares valuable insights on how to grow your audience and see what others …
 
Learn 8 big ideas that will help you implement and achieve breakthroughs in your business including how to implement an idea day, how to build a low threshold offer that will magnetically attract prospects into your business, help you set higher goals, confront and beat the challenges that are holding you back, focus on your best and ideal customer…
 
Learn the secret to how today's biggest businesses have risen to the top of their market niche with the power of authority and celebrity. This episode will give you the tools to build your own expertise and share your message and story with the world. You'll learn four reasons why this a celebrity-driven branding approach around you will help you s…
 
In this episode, I interview Dr. Gene Landrum about his research into the Laws of Entrepreneurial Genius and his business experiences including the founding of Chuck E. Cheese. You'll be fascinated by and learn a lot from this great author, speaker, and expert on what it takes to succeed in business.…
 
In this episode, I talk with Sherrie Sokolowski of SLS Event Planning (www.slseventplanning.com) about how she got started as Bill Glazer's personal assistant and how she got started planning and running successful live and profitable live events. Sherrie shares her perspective on how entrepreneurs can interact with their audience now in a virtual …
 
In this episode, we talk with Nina Hershberger, the CEO of MegaBucks Marketing. She has written several books including 30 Minute Marketing: 101 Ways to Wow Clients, Customers, and Patients in Less than 30 Minutes and 90 Day Author: How to Become THE Authority in Your Local Market as a Published Author. We talk about the power of books and celebrit…
 
In this episode, I interview video marketing expert and New York medical malpractice attorney Gerry Oginski about the secrets behind education-based video marketing. Gerry has created more than 1500 educational videos to teach and inform his prospective clientele. You'll learn his story about how video has transformed his business and helped him ha…
 
In this episode, I talk with Brian Brooker, founder of Brooker's Founding Flavors Ice Cream, about how he started his business, how he makes and names Brooker's Ice Cream Flavors, insightful tips on marketing and growing a restaurant business in challenging economic times, and why you must sell experiences and quality products to succeed today. You…
 
In this episode, we talk with Dream Business Coach, Jim Palmer. He is a marketing and business building expert and in-demand coach. He is the founder of the Dream Business Academy and Dream Business Coaching and Mastermind Program. He is the host of Dream Business Coach TV and Dream Business Radio. Jim is best known internationally as 'The Dream Bu…
 
In this episode, I talk with hiring expert Jay Henderson of Real Talent Hiring and he shares his story how he got started as a performance coach. He shares how his Real Talent Hiring Profile helps understand how people will act once they will hire and the power of focus in getting more done. You'll find this discussion to be an insightful look into…
 
In this episode, we talk with Dr. John Hatch of the Brain Rehab Clinic in Orem, Utah about his insights into neurology and how the brain works. He shares his successes with helping his patients overcome anxiety, misophonia, concussions, and why relentless forward progression is his mantra in his treatments and his life. Dr. Hatch is the author of T…
 
In this episode, I interview top mattress retailer Jeff Giagnocavo of Gardner's Mattress and More (www.gardnersmattressandmore.com) about his experiences as an entrepreneur and how he creates value so he doesn't compete on price against other competitors including online retailers and big box stores. He also shares lessons about how to attract the …
 
In this episode, we talk with Shaun Buck of The Newsletter Pro in Boise, Idaho on How to Crush It in Business Now. He shares why having a reason why is so important in growing your business, the value of quick wins, how to be really good at the fundamentals in your business, and what you can do to have more impactful relationships with your team me…
 
In this episode, we talk with coaching and performance expert Meredith Bell about her new book: Strong for Performance: Create a Coaching Culture With Learning and Development Programs that Stick. Meredith shares her experience of working with coaching clients and the secret to making sure that behaviors are implemented so real change can happen. T…
 
In this episode, learn laws and lessons from entrepreneurial greats Sol Price (founder of Costco), William Lear (serial entrepreneur and inventor of the Lear Jet), Fred Smith (founder of Fed-Ex), Tom Monahan (founder of Domino's Pizza), and Jeff Bezos (founder of Amazon.com). You'll discover four common themes and lessons between these entrepreneur…
 
In this episode, I interview Jeff Brown, the host of the Read to Lead Podcast, about how he got his start, lessons he has learned about being more courageous as an entrepreneur, and what it takes to get more done in your daily and weekly schedule. This insightful interview shares Jeff's lessons on what it takes to be more productive and be a better…
 
Mike Capuzzi has been working with clients since 1998 and over the past two decades and has helped thousands of business owners around the world create better marketing. He is the founder of CopyDoodles and recently launched Bite Sized Books to help business owners create short, helpful books (known as shooks). Shooks are ideal for business owners …
 
In this episode, Brian Horn of Authority Alchemy teaches you how to build your authority and expertise. Brian has helped many top celebrity entrepreneurs in teh world with their online branding, search engine optimization, and Internet marketing. He consulted exclusively with these celebrity entrepreneurs for nearly five years before exploding onto…
 
Learn eight more lessons about how Dale Carnegie, author of How to Win Friends and Successful People went from an unknown farm boy from Maryville, Missouri to the most successful author of his time. You'll hear fascinating stories about the struggles this entrepreneur faced as he figured out on his journey that you can apply in your business today.…
 
Learn how a farm boy from Maryville, Missouri got his start, wrote the #1 best-selling book How to Win Friends and Influence People and changed the world. In Part 1, I share six lessons that you can apply in your business based on the humble beginnings of one of the most widely read and successful personal development authors and trainers in the pa…
 
In this episode, I discuss lessons on success and failure that I've learned from studying the life of movie star and acting legend Kirk Douglas. Kirk Douglas was born Issur Danielovitch on December 9, 1916. He had an impoverished childhood with immigrant parents and six sisters, but was able to break through with hard work with a brief start on Bro…
 
In this episode, I interview Stephanie Scheller of Grow Disrupt. Stephanie Scheller may be young but she has worked with more than 600 businesses and thousands of individuals in the past five years! At 25 years old, and using the same systems she teaches, she built a business from scratch in less than five months to replace her full-time income and…
 
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