This week, I interview Benjamin Dell, Founder & CEO of Minimum Ideas. This company is like an idea factory; it is focused on launching multiple products (how nice is that!) You will learn about the crucial steps to take if you have an idea (product, software) and you want to bring it to life. You will also learn how starting a new business in an already crowded space can be a good thing. You will be warned about the biggest mistakes to avoid if you decide to go.
This week, I take some time to reflect on my own experience, but also on all the entrepreneurs who came on the show and confessed their mistakes! I give you 5 mistakes to avoid when marketing your business. It is quite a concise episode, but filled with value to help your business grow. Enjoy! If you want to know more about how to make your online business grow in the next 6 months, click here! http://media.blubrry.com/crushyourcompetitors/p/traffic.libsyn.com/marketintocrushyourcompetitors/Episode227FR_mixage_final.mp3Podcast: EmbedSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS
Have you ever felt frozen, uncomfortable, unsure when having to express yourself to a parent, a friend, a partner, an audience? Have you ever wondered how to own what you say, how to embrace sincerely who you truly are, how to master your message ? This week, I interview my good friend Vernon Ross, who just finished writing his book : « Mastering your Message ». And we talk about it. In this interview, you’ll learn that your message is so much more than just what you say. It is influenced by your mindset,.
« When you’ve got an idea, a spark or something that you want to do, you find means and ways to make it happen. » – Danny McMillan, about the essence of an entrepreneur Here is a quote from my guest this week, Danny McMillan. He is an entrepreneur and private label Amazon seller, but also an international speaker. We talk PPC advertising. And because Danny explains it so well, here is a direct transcript of our interview together. « So, anyone who’s out there in the audience now will maybe go,.
« What I’ve learned over the course of my years of just being involved in so many different things is that, granted you don’t have to have single-minded focus, but lacking some focus really can kind of extend the process a little bit. » – Anthony Lee Anthony experienced it, I did too and you might also have. Being an entrepreneur comes with the idea that we can make lots of things happen. That would be great if we thought about only one thing at a time… But in fact, we have.