As entrepreneurs, we have SO many ideas. We see so much potential in several different directions, multiple opportunities pop up at once, and we’re excited about the options. This can make it difficult to figure out what direction you actually want to go in. In this episode, I’m sharing my decision-making process as an entrepreneur
We’re able to do seven-figure webinars, seven-figure launches, and we’ve navigated and scaled into a multi-seven-figure business. How? It is all because of the way we communicate. On this episode of the podcast, I’m sharing some of our most successful persuasive techniques that are working now (and have worked multiple times in the past). Listen
If you’ve been a follower of mine for any amount of time, you probably know I’d love to see entrepreneurship taught in high schools. I’m a huge advocate of providing more opportunities to kids after high school (other than college). And on this episode of the podcast, I’m speaking to someone who’s creating change now!
While there are many positives to owning a course-based business, it’s far from easy. When I first got started in this space, I thought it would be easy. I imagined a funnel you turned on once and barely had to revisit where sales came with ease and customers were anonymous. Spoiler alert: It’s nothing like
If you want to have a powerful message, you need to be a powerful person, even in the face of adversity. And today’s guest, voice actress and business owner Jennifer Hale is the perfect example. Just a few years ago, she went through a pretty big ordeal with a “hater” online about something that wasn’t
Your messaging, first and foremost, should be profitable. While it’s great to be clear and communicate exactly what you’re selling… your messaging, most importantly, should be designed to drive sales. In fact, great messaging helps you both close customers and grow your business. If people aren’t reaching out to work with you before you pitch,
This year brought lots of change for me and my business. For us, our amazing integrator, Taylor, left the business (on wonderful terms), I moved from my home state to Arizona, we shifted the business to a high-ticket evergreen model, and we’re trying things we never did before. If you had told 2021 Brandon all this