Today on the show, we have Mark Wade. Mark is a serial entrepreneur that started as a physician and has slowly evolved from marketer into a software service company founder.
The success in the marketing of all of his brands and his company comes from virtual summits. Virtual summits are essentially an online conference that people can attend from the comfort of their own home. These can be really powerful tools for lead generation, for product launches, and for getting new customers. Mark is going to break down how to use virtual summits to do just that on the episode today.
Today on the show we have Alyson Caffrey. Alyson is a master of operations and communications. She helps businesses achieve explosive growth by getting super clear on their key process and optimizing every aspect of it, from making sure every task is delegated and explained and documented properly and making sure everybody on the team is communicated with and knows what they’re doing.
What she does is essential for so many entrepreneurs to really grow a business to fit the lifestyle or the scale or the achievement or the impact that they really want to have. She’s going to share a lot of really valuable insights into how you can get started doing that, into how you can really make a big leap from either just getting started to six figures, or maybe six figures to seven figures.
Hello and welcome to The Story Engine Podcast. My name is Kyle Gray, and today on the show we have Austin Dunham. Austin has built up a YouTube following of over a half million subscribers, documenting his journey learning and mastering calisthenics. He’s turned this from a part time curiosity into a full time, thriving business, and is growing a team of creators to help him share his story and create more content and drive his business growth.
Hello and welcome to the Story Engine Podcast. Today on the show, I have Eric Zartan from zBooks.co, and Eric is a self-publishing genius. And since I’ve got a book coming out soon, and publishing has been on my mind a lot lately. I wanted to blow off some intellectual steam and have a good conversation with a brilliant mind on book publishing, getting your book ready for self-publishing, marketing your book, and using your book as a business tool. Eric Zartan can dive deep in any direction in knowledge on any of these. So if you are a business owner and want to create a book to help market your business, or maybe you’re just an author wanting to build a business around your books, Eric Zartan is the guy for you.
Today on the show we have Kyle Kingsbury. Kyle Kingsbury is the host of the Human Optimization Hour or maybe soon known as the Kyle Kingsbury show. This is a podcast put on by Onnit, a fitness and nutrition brand with a massive following and a very intelligent, detailed oriented audience and Kyle serves that audience very well through his curiosity and intelligence honed by spending many years as a UFC fighter and studying human optimization himself and by always being really well researched on his guest. We’re going to learn a little bit about how he became the host of this podcast to put on by Onnit. Plus, we’re going to learn some of the techniques that Kyle used as a fighter to keep his mind sharp and focused that he still uses today as a fully optimized peak performing human and content creating entrepreneur
Today we have Jenn Scalia. Jenn is a prolific content marketer and social media marketer, and she has some very simple, yet incredibly powerful, systems to grow a social media following, build up a list from that following, and consistently be making offers to that list; which means a profitable business.