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SEP Episode #105: How Tony Grebmeier Unlocks the Best in High Achievers

On today’s episode, I am talking to Tony Grebmeier. I have had the absolute honor of getting to know Tony over these last couple of months and just the way he shows up on a microphone, podcast, and a call is absolutely incredible. Tony owns a business called Ship Offers, an 8-figure incredible business that helps other businesses with fulfillment. Tony spends most of his time and finds a lot of his value working with people, coaching people, and helping build more meaning into their lives and businesses.

 

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SEP Episode #104: Creating Authentic Engagement With Chat Bots With RJ Redden

On today’s episode, I am talking to RJ Redden. RJ is an expert at creating authentic powerful experiences using chatbots.  Chatbots are still a new and emerging technology and there are many different ideas about how they should and could be used and where they should be applied. RJ has a totally unique and very interesting and powerful perspective on this.

 

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SEP Episode #102: How To Become A Fire Starter In Your Life, Relationship, and Business with Sanyika Street

On today’s episode, I am talking to Sanyika Street. Sanyika is an amazing coach that creates incredible results for entrepreneurs, influencers, startup owners, and has a very unique approach to doing that.  Today, we are not going to hear so much about his approach, but about his life philosophy.  We are going to hear about how he became a firestarter and what that means for him in his business, his life, and the world around him. 

 

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SEP Episode #101: How David Henzel Scales His Business With His Values and Vision

On today’s episode, I am talking to David Henzel. David is a serial entrepreneur that has created, bought, or sold over a dozen companies. He has a lot of different businesses under his belt. What is so exciting about it is that he has developed really great systems to allow him to create a business that operates without him, but knowing that the decisions and the frameworks that he embeds into the business will stay there. This is all about being very clear on your values and your vision.

 

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