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.
I’ve lived all over the world, and each country I’ve lived in has taught me valuable lessons. Today, I’m in Fribourg, Switzerland. I find myself reflecting on how travel and entrepreneurship are related and can help each other, and wanted to share the lessons I’ve learned. In today’s special episode, I discuss seven ways living abroad can make you a better entrepreneur and quite possibly a better person. I hope this inspires you to buy your next plane ticket!
Hello, and welcome to The Story Engine podcast. Today, we have Madeleine Lambert. Madeleine is somebody who I met at an event a few years ago. I was very impressed with her story. Madeleine is the founder of a very successful content marketing agency that is built around excellent processes. She’s been able to remove herself from the day-to-day operations of the business. This is a great episode for anybody who wants to bring more scalability or who wants to remove themselves from the day-to-day operations of their business by using excellent processes.
Today on the show we have Yuri Elkaim. I am really excited to have Yuri on the show today. He’s been somebody that’s really been inspiring me, educating me, and helping me move a lot of my game forward as far as copy-writing, and coaching, and developing my own processes. He’s brilliant at all of these. And we’re going to learn a lot about his process for creating amazing results for his clients in Healthpreneur group.
We’re also going to talk a lot about content marketing, and content strategy. There’s a very specific way to create content, do content, and leverage content these days, but there are some crucial things that you need to have in place in your business before you start trying to become a YouTube celebrity or a famous authority blogger. We’re gonna dive into all of that today and as a bonus a few extra tips on building a scalable business, which Yuri has done so well.