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Persuading his way into the success that he is in now, Ryan Stewman has got an incredible and inspiring story that will push you to continue with your goals. He started behind bars and eventually moved his way out from the jailhouse to the penthouse by his desire to change his life. Now, he is a sales and marketing expert helping people work on their mindset first towards the path of success. Ryan gives the four areas that we have to focus on to move beyond the average algorithm the society wants us to be: faith, family, finances, and fitness. He gives some great advises on how to do sales right and offers a great gift that simplifies internet marketing.read more
Building relationships are very necessary for businesses. Yet so many still fail on creating that connection that they end up losing out. If you want your business to succeed, you must practice the art of relationship development. Jordan Harbinger of Advanced Human Dynamics and Art of Charm talks about networking, branding, and relationship development. He explores body language and communication, both verbal and nonverbal, while sharing his own personal journey. He teaches on the education of connection and gives some pointers on how to do well at networking events. He gives his insights on what goes on under first impressions and how to ace it to successfully connect with people, and reminds us to dig the well before we get thirsty.read more
Bryan and Shannon Miles is a power couple who grew their company in the virtual assistant industry from two employees to over 60. But as amazing as this story is, like most people, they started with a lot of heart-pounding risks and “burn the boats.” In the spring of 2010, Bryan was working as a VP of consulting for a construction company and was on four to six flights a week. At the same time, Shannon was working for a Fortune 10 company called McKesson. They had two kids at the time, two and five, and they hit a roadblock in terms of how they were operating as a couple and also how they were working in their jobs, coming to a point where they needed to make a change. Bryan and Shannon shares the preparation they did before quitting their job and taking the leap, and talks about how focusing on one vertical helped propel new contracts and referrals and word of mouth.read more
When you are in a great place where your health is fantastic, when something comes up, you sometimes make the assumption that it’s temporary and it’s all going to go away. That is not necessarily the case. When corrective care chiropractic Chris Zaino found himself in his late twenties contracting a deadly disease, conventional medicine gave up hope on him. However, he didn’t give up hope. Instead, he doubled down on discovering a cure. That led him to a huge new business opportunity as the owner of a chiropractic clinic which is now one of the largest clinics in the world. Chris tells more about how he was able to cure himself from an incurable terminal autoimmune disease called ulcerative colitis.read more
Rob Kessler started out like many of us. He graduated college and took a job, but one day he had a brilliant but simple idea. He became obsessed with it. It took over his life and he refused to stop until he brought his idea and his business to life. His invention could be called the most dramatic enhancement to collared dress shirts in the last 70 years. When you hear about what it is, you, too, will say, “Why didn’t I think of that?” Rob Kessler invented the placket, a plastic-like stiff reinforcement on the part of the shirt with the buttons and the button holes that goes down the front of your shirt. Rob goes back to life in college and what happened in the junction between getting a job and inventing the placket.read more