Today we are going to be revisiting one of my favorite episodes from the archives. This is an interview I did with Garrett Gunderson. Garret is somebody I admire a ton in the business world. He has an incredible approach to money, mindset, financial management, and wealth. He is also an amazing marketer, storyteller, and artist. He brings all of that to his work. He is one of the most unique people in the financial planning space I have ever met. Today I want to share again the interview I did with him a few years back and the amazing video interview that was recorded along with this great audio.
Garrett is the founder of Wealth Factory, a company that has been making big waves and innovation in the financial planning industry especially when it comes to entrepreneurs. It is not just his methods that are unique, Garrett also has a unique and powerful vision which he has built his company around. You can see it in his unique and viral marketing, his highly committed and loyal team, and his own personal energy and creativity in everything he does.
Today on the show we have Ryan Sprague. Ryan is a close friend of mine. I have gotten to know him over the last couple of years and he is also a two-time alumnus of my group program Story Pro. Over the last few years, Ryan has grown from a small coaching business to becoming one of the most innovative thinkers in the cannabis space right now and showing people how to use cannabis with a much high level of intention and sensitivity to be able to unlock much more power and potential from it then many people are aware is possible.
This episode is a great example of how to present an idea and really change peoples’ beliefs about what is possible even though they have beliefs that are really heavily set. This is a great episode and I am so proud to share Ryan’s transformation and growth during our time working together, collaborating together, and as friends.
Today I have a simple, easy four-step system that you can use to create great audio messages and voice notes for your outreach. A lot of people are holding back from using audio messages or voice notes. Whether you have an established business or even a small empire of teams and companies working for you one of your most crucial skills is going to be cultivating and maintaining high-quality relationships that can advance you.
One of the most powerful ways that I am able to consistently cultivate and reach out and create new relationships so there are always new opportunities my way, comes from having a nice consistent process of reaching out to people and always drumming up new opportunities. One of my favorite ways to do that is by sending good voice notes.
Today on the show we are going to have a throwback episode. This podcast is several years old and there have been many highlight conversations that have changed my perspective on the world, business, and so much more. Some of the most impactful episodes have been my video podcast episodes.
Today I want to bring one of those back and be able to share the possibility of an amazing audio conversation as well as some high-quality video if you are interested. Today we are going to be talking with my good friend Mike Bledsoe about how to create a company culture that is heart centered and supports, uplifts you, and allows you to do your very best work.
Today we are diving back into one of my favorite subjects to explore on this show which is your clients, more importantly, your ideal clients. Today we are going to talk about what to look for as red flags in non-ideal clients that you need to watch out for in your sales process. One of the fastest ways to run your business into the ground is to take on clients who are bad fits for your program, who don’t appreciate the value, are going to tax your energy, and take it away from clients who really could benefit from it.
A lot of people, especially early on, try to get anybody who will pay for it there. It is exciting to make a sale but sometimes you overlook what is possibly a red flag in the sales process that comes up and bites you later on. Today I am going to share some common red flags that you can watch out for in new or current clients to give you a better idea of what exactly you should say no to and hold your boundaries on for the sake of serving the clients that really can benefit from what you have to offer.
I just recently celebrated my birthday and turned 34 years old. Around the time of my birthday, I like to take some time to reflect on the year that I just experienced and the biggest things I have learned, and what I am grateful for. I have just been going through the process and wanted to share some of the highlight lessons of this year.