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It is possible to shape the life that you want to live and the person you want to be because our thoughts create reality.
On today’s episode, we are here with Isaac Lidsky. He’s been on NBC’s “Saved by the Bell,” and he’s an NYC best-selling author.
Isaac helps us realize that we are the creator of our reality. For us to master that reality, we must hold ourselves accountable for every moment and see beyond our fears.
If you’re struggling to stay motivated, this video is for you.
My name is Kamala Chambers. I’ve been an entrepreneur since I was 19 years old. I built a six-figure business, I travel the world, and I have to say, I’m a highly motivated individual.
Here’s the deal.
If you want to keep yourself motivated, it’s not about pushing yourself to the limit and making yourself do things. I don’t agree with that.
Implementing an effective market development strategy can help you scale your business and make more money.
On today’s episode, we are here with Joe Kashurba who went from building $300 websites to $30,000 websites and managing six-figure digital advertising budgets for some of the largest manufacturing and construction companies.
Joe emphasizes the need for people to realize that they are providing solutions to clients when selling digital marketing services. He encourages people to think outside their industry and start with the problems that your ideal clients have and the solutions or results they want.
Overcoming adversity in life is essential. The greater the adversity, the stronger you become.
On this episode, we are here with David Schloss. He is a social media marketing expert, a speaker, and a strategic consultant.
David shares his story about using a seven-day eviction notice to not only get his business back on track but also recreate himself. He also shared the three things that allowed him to grow in business and personal life: practice, patience, and persistence.
Have you ever wanted to create your own work at home business?
In this video, I’m going to talk to you about some ways that you can do that.
Knowing the pain points of your audience and experimenting with content are two things that you need to learn in order to build a fanbase.
On this episode, we are here with Mike Belsito. He is an author and a conference producer. He has been featured in Inc. magazine, CNN, PBS, and the New York Times.
He also shares valuable tips on how to build your audience from scratch. You have to serve your following well, even if it’s small, by providing what they need so they could become super fans. When you have super fans, the number of people joining your audience can escalate quickly.
Utilizing improv techniques for business can help improve creativity, collaboration, and innovation.
On today’s episode, we are here with Bob Kulhan. He’s an author, and he helps business thrive through the process of improv.
He also talks about the cornerstone of improv and how it lets you connect and engage with people, which results in positive relationships and positive outcomes. Remember, Improvisation is a great tool for business people to use for a variety of different means.