On this episode Josh speaks with Michelle Thompson, owner of Awesome Outsourcing. They discuss why you need a virtual assistant and some things Michelle does to vet a new assistant.
In this episode Josh talks with Brian Clayton, CEO and cofounder of GreenPal. They discuss building companies with no outside investors.
In this episode Josh talks with Jeff Bloomfield from Brain Trust Growth. They discuss how to clarify the message to your customers in a way that builds trust and creates an urgency to buy.
In this episode Josh talks with Ron Nakamoto from Empowered Wealth. They discuss private business and what does success looks like.
In this episode Josh talks with Trish Saemann. They discuss mistakes business owners make when creating a marketing plan.
In this episode Josh talks with Randy Fox from Two Hawks Consulting. They discuss philanthropic planning along with how to get out of your business and save yourself a bunch of taxes.
In this episode Josh talks with Kelly O'Neil. The discuss what is takes to creae a profitable entrepreneurial enterprise today.
In this episode Josh talks with Jeremy Miller from Sticky Branding.
In this episode Josh talks with Peter Christman about his experience in business and if others treat him differently due to his age and experience.
In this episode Josh talks with Emily Scott, a legacy and philanthropic guide, author and passion-holic. They discuss how instead of asking "What is your passion?" a better question would be "What energizes you?"
Today we're talking with Hannah Davis from Bangs Shoes. You're going to learn about the challenges of starting a new company and running a virtual company where there are no employees in the same physical location.
This week Josh speaks with Clint Salter, CEO & Founder of the Dance Studio Owners Association. They discuss the importance of systems, particularly in engaging new customers, and the concept of "sales funnels". Clint's staff is fully virtually, so Josh and Clint discuss the benefits of virtual staffing and how best to approach it.
This episode is the third of three episodes with Mike Paton, CEO of EOS Worldwide LLC, to discuss the Entrepreneurial Operating System for Small Businesses. On this episode Mike and Josh discuss the people component of the system and the tools that help you make sure the right people are in the rights seats.