Name of guest: Paul Copcutt Paul shares about entrepreneurs having a problem saying who they truly are. What he finds is that all entrepreneurs think that they have to sound the same. Very often they will not stand out, just exchange business cards. The question is: “What is it that makes you attractive to other people for business?” Paul thinks that if you don’t hear no’s, maybe you are not pushing things as far as they should be pushed. He usually takes no’s personally. When someone says no, and.
Name of guest: Michelle Evans She describes her entrepreneurial journey with the word “unexpected”, because she could not predict where she would be. She did not take no as an answer a lot! When she was getting ready to leave job (marketing corporate 16 years), her father in law came and told her that she should not do that! It was the first time that she really stood up. Michelle says that hustling and hard working could be a disadvantage, for example, when you put too much energy into something.
Name of guest: Kristin Thompson Kristin’s journey: She was broke not a long time ago. Her medical bills were high, because of a risky pregnancy. When on maternity leave, she had no pay and could not pay the bills (2008-2009). Her economy was so bad, her husband was also laid off. They were terrified; she had to do something out of her comfort zone. She gave a talk, to 40 people in a room about memorizing presentations. 30 out of 40 said yes to buy her 97$ product. That.
Name of guest Shaun Buck Shaun describes his journey as exciting, because there is never a dull day, he likes challenges, he doesn’t like problems, but he does enjoy how to solve them and make sure they don’t happen again. There is a lot of times he does not take no as an answer, it depends. When he started this biz, he was told he was crazy. In this digital world, because he did printed newsletters people thought he was insane. He did it anyways. Opinion on being a hard.
Name of guest Gary Arndt Gary’s opinion about facing no’s: He is not facing no’s so much, people sort of accepted his ideas. Gary deals a lot with time management: When he is in some city, he takes photos, visits places, does social media and answers emails. It is hard to get things done every day. He has to take some time to stay in some spot and concentrate on working. Actually, working is his vacations. Gary thinks that working smart is better than working hard. He has.