A Curation of Wisdom from Recording 300 Podcasts

A Curation of Wisdom from Recording 300 Podcasts

In this week’s episode, I talk about all the things I have learned from recording 300 podcasts. More than a celebration of reaching the 300th episode in podcasting, I celebrate the learnings gained. So I aim to give you a treasure trove of wisdom that I consider valuable in helping you further yourself and your business.

A Better Way – It’s Easy!

A Better Way - It’s Easy

In this last episode of our series with Shawn Feurer, we talk about the better way to reach your goals. Shawn explains what the law of attraction is and what it is not. He also discusses the importance of raising one’s vibration and understanding what actually makes you excited. Shawn then challenges the audience to give themselves the permission to dream.

The Power of Your Mind

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In the second part of this series with Shawn, we talk about the power of the mind. Shawn gives us a glimpse into what visualization looks like and how everything starts with the mind.

The Knowing-Doing Gap

The Knowing-Doing Gap

We discuss this in detail in the first of the three-part series with Shawn Feurer. He gives us insight into the knowing-doing gap and how the subconscious plays a huge role in this gap. Shawn also shares the common paradigms that contractors and tradies have. He then challenges the listeners of this podcast episode to think big and start identifying what holds you back from accomplishing the big stuff.

Pulling Your Story Together

Pulling Your Story Together Site

In the last part of the Building Trust and Rapport by Becoming a Great Storyteller series, we invite Bill Mueller and I talk about the type of content to use and what mediums to use that will best reach your customers. We also tackle how you can extract stories and content from projects that you do. We will also share how you can use videos to your advantage and repurpose it however you want.

Laying Your Storytelling Foundation: Know Your Customers

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This week, we have the second episode in the Building Trust and Rapport by Becoming a Great Storyteller series. We invited Story Sales Machine’s Bill Mueller to continue where we left off and talk about the importance of engaging your customers.

Why Your Story Matters More Than Ever

Why Your Story Matters More Than Ever

We welcome you to the first episode of the series, Building Trust and Rapport by Becoming a Great Storyteller. The Story Sales Machine’s Bill Mueller joins us to talk about the importance of storytelling in any industry, specifically in sales, and using email as a powerful storytelling tool. We also cover the art of tying stories into mundane and otherwise routine tasks to create stronger engagements, and ultimately, tradie-customer relationships.

What You Should Be Outsourcing

What You Should Be Outsourcing

In this episode, Tom Martin of Virtual Trade Assistant and I will cover the importance of outsourcing in facilitating business growth. We will also help you understand when and what you should outsource in your business. Plus, we will discuss the steps you need to take and the variables you need to look into before hiring a virtual assistant.

The Success Journey of a Mid-sized Electrical Company

The Success Journey of a Mid-sized Electrical Company

In this week’s podcast episode, I talk with Sam Friend, the managing director of Stag Electrical. Sam shares how Stag Electrical started and how it has evolved to become the company that it is today. Sam talks about what it took to expand their services and why he thinks a business’s biggest asset is its staff. He also discusses the importance of marketing and what he envisions the company to be like in the future.

The Success Journey of a Mid-sized Roofing Company

The Success Journey of a Mid-sized Roofing Company site

In my conversation with Patrick Readyhough, We talk about the importance of leveraging your business’s database and how to retain customers instead of always looking for new ones. We also talk about accountability and coaching and how Patrick’s role has evolved over the years he’s been in business.