Today I’m very excited to have Nathan Rose joining us on this episode. Nathan is the founder of Assemble Advisory, an agency for companies wishing to pursue equity crowdfunding campaigns. He runs his business from all over the world as a digital nomad, and he is also the author of the upcoming book Equity Crowdfunding: The Complete Guide For Startups and Growing Companies.
Toku McCree is a guy that is passionate and driven to help unconventional and successful leaders create something that impresses more than their friends and fans. He is an executive coach who doesn’t necessarily look the part either. Instead he has a very diverse background of experiences which consists of over 30 jobs ranging from a rock band roadie to a preschool teach to even doing marketing for a Zen Monastery. Through his unique experiences and wisdom, he challenges his clients ways of thinking about their own lives and businesses like no one else can.
Kute Blackson has a very deep desire for people. In this podcast he shares some hard to swallow truths about life and our purpose. Listen as he shares insights about how we sometimes are too afraid to tell ourselves the truth and continue to live a subpar life rooted in mediocrity.
I am excited to have Stacy Tuschl join me today on the show. Stacy is a Business Performance Strategist that started her first business in her parents’ backyard at the age of 18 and turned that company into a 7 figure business. She is also the author of, “Is Your Business Worth Saving?” where she reveals proven strategies for pulling entrepreneurs out of a rut and launching them toward business success. And Stacy is also the host of the top rated podcast Business Rescue Road Map which is one I highly recommend you check out.
No matter what you do in life, you need to be a leader. And it takes intention to be a good leader. In this episode, Mike Harbour shares his insights and wisdom on how to create a foundation for establishing high performance leadership.
Just having an idea doesn’t create a business, right? So what does it take? Well, we could spend days discussing all the things it takes and of course it would be different for different businesses. However, there is an element that is foundational to building a successful business and that is ACTION. And a lot of it if you want to go from concept to consumer.
Being smart with money and becoming wealthy is not rocket science, but for many it looks and feels like hard work. The funny thing is it, the fact of its very simplicity means that more and more people should know and be doing this. But they are not. This is because most people do not know how to make money work for them, not the other way around. This is also because making money involves patience and restraint. Everything about our culture advocates otherwise.
To build financial freedom, you must build a money mindset that is prepared for it to happen. This starts by looking at money from a different perspective. For some of you it is a slight change while some of you other people, it may be more of a radical change. And if it is, then do it.
Today, I thought I would shift over and talk a little about sales. Many of you are either in sales directly or starting a business so the topic of selling is big. I have found that really it doesn’t matter what you do in life, you actually are always in sales. You either have a product, a service, or you are selling yourself. And some have all 3 like me!
Self leadership sets the direction and pace to which you advance in your endeavors. It is this leadership that makes you the entrepreneur that succeeds or fails. How well you lead yourself will determine if you end up being a success or a statistic.