On this episode of The Story Engine Podcast, I interview Mark England Live! Mark runs Procabulary, a business which creates fun, easy to use tools that help you achieve victory over things such as procrastination, distraction and self-doubt.
Today we talk about how the way we speak influences everything we do and how evolving your speech can transform your life in profound ways.
Today on the show we have the self described “pragmatic, scientific explorer” and cofounder of Whole30, Dallas Hartwig.
Dallas speaks to us today (on video!) about the developmental process of the Whole30 lifestyle and how through the exploration of self, and identifying the places in your own life that keep you from feeling good, you can grow to new heights in both life and business.
Sales is one of the most crucial skills to master for experts, coaches and consultants when growing a business and selling high-ticket products. For many of these expert types, their core skills have been focused around solving big problems for people (healing chronic diseases, solving technical problems, training teams to be better organized… the list goes on and on). But rarely between the time and energy spent mastering their craft did they have time to learn marketing, sales and storytelling.
On August 22, 2018, The Story Engine Podcast was born. It launched with seven interviews ranging from practical digital marketing like design hacking sales pages to the deep inner work that comes from mastering sales.
I’ve loved the blend of actionable and helpful business and marketing advice combined with the deep and moving stories that come from making an impact on the world.
Over one year and 70 episodes later, the podcast is a year old. It remains something that I look forward to every week. I’ve learned a great deal over the many conversations and reflections that make up this show. To celebrate the first year of the show, I’m going to share some of the best lessons I’ve learned from behind the scenes of the podcast.
You see I believe and continue to believe that you can’t teach entrepreneurship like you can teach mathematics, spelling, or many basic classroom lessons. I believe the best way to learn entrepreneurship is on the front lines and alongside a community of other entrepreneurs who are on the front lines learning with you.
Today on the show we have Caleb Guilliams. Caleb is an author, speaker, and the Founder of Better Wealth Solutions. He is changing the game of wealth management for many different entrepreneurs.
Caleb has a really unique story because he is much younger than your average financial advisor. This has offered him many different disadvantages and some unique advantages in which he will be sharing with you today., This will be really, really valuable information for anybody who is new to entrepreneurship, or who is younger and wants to break into entrepreneurship.
We’re also going to learn a lot about investing, not just in terms of where you can invest but in terms of rate of return. But how can you invest in yourself, in your business? How can you overcome big challenges? Where is the best places to be spending your time, your energy, and your money?