#174 - John Cormier "Watchfacts" Interview

During this episode, John Cormier, WatchFacts founder and CEO, talks to your host, Miro Wcislo. Find out what watches signify and if luxury items are worth investing in. Episode Highlights: Will watches ever go out of style? What does your watch represent? How did WatchFacts come to be? How did they pivot from luxury watches to luxury goods? Why did John get a career with watches? How did WatchFacts gain the trust of big companies? Why did John co-found WatchFacts? How do WatchFacts audit the items being sold and bought? How is an item considered a collectible? How did the release of smart watches affect John's line of business? What are the biggest threats of the luxury goods industry? Are luxury goods worth investing in? How do you determine pre-owned goods worth purchasing? What are John's favorites? Key Points People want to have a trusted experience Set long term and short term goals to put yourself in the direction you aim to be. Diversify your product offering. Tweetable Quotes: “A watch is a statement piece that says a lot about you.” “If you buy something used, you buy someone else’s problems.” "Watches is a niche market." "Watches will always have a place in the world of things." Resources Mentioned: Visit John’s website at : https://www.watchfacts.com/ Check out his Facebook account at : https://www.facebook.com/WatchFacts/ Check out his Instagram account at : https://www.instagram.com/WatchFacts/ Check out his Twitter account at : https://twitter.com/WatchFacts/ Check out his Youtube channel at https://www.youtube.com/watchfacts


#172 - Ellis Henican "Author & Columnist" Interview

During this episode, Ellis Henican, television and radio commentator, New York Times bestselling author, and columnist at Newsday, talks to your host, Miro Wcislo. Find out how to be relevant in the ever-changing world. Episode Highlights: How long was Ellis in Fox? How did Ellis’ childhood affect his career? How did social media platforms affect Ellis’ career? How do you reach your audience? How do you stay relevant in the changing society? Why did Ellis shift his career? How do you think entrepreneurially? How do you find allies in business? How do you convince your audience to keep coming back? How much are people willing to spend for services? What qualities do you need to capture the attention of your audience? Why do people avoid subscribing to online platforms? Can things start making their way back soon? What is Ellis’ opinion on privacy? How can one keep a positive outlook? What are Ellis’ favorites? Key Points Enjoy the challenge of trying your best in front of an audience. Balance your work and personal life. Learn to operate and adapt to changes. Tweetable Quotes: “I have one or two marketable skills in my life - talking and writing.” “A short tweet is different from what you can do in a 300 page book, but it connects” “In my work life, I’m never really done.” “I was a guy who liked doing new stuff.” Resources Mentioned: Visit Ellis’ website at : http://henican.com/ Check out his Facebook account at : https://www.facebook.com/henican Check out his Twitter account at : https://twitter.com/henican


#168 - Marc Wachter - Founder of Live Ultimate

During this episode, Mark Wachter, founder and CEO of Live Ultimate talks to your host, Miro Wcislo. Find out how you live your life to the ultimate possible way and how you create value with it. Episode Highlights: Is network marketing our future? What are your thoughts on pyramid schemes? How did you get past your mentality towards pyramid schemes? How do you know when to shift your business’ direction? How do you create value in your business? What does their business name mean? What is network marketing? Is network marketing sustainable? How do you build a sales organization? What inspired Marc to create his brand? What is the ultimate elixir? Why did Marc leave law? Why did Marc focus on entrepreneurship? How do you attract consumers? What is Marc’s opinion towards fitness fads? What should people be eating to keep healthy? Are there too many standards for products nowadays? How did Tony Robbins affect Marc’s life? What are Marc’s favorites? Key Points: Being an entrepreneur is challenging and risky, it requires skill in different areas to build a business. If you build it, they will come. All you can do is create the best possible products with uncompromising standards that would attract people. Trust your instincts and keep evolving. Tweetable Quotes: “Learn when to pivot.” “If you want to be successful as an entrepreneur, create value.” “Network marketing can give people the ability to start a business quickly without the risks.” “The foundation of peak performance in life in all aspects of life begins with a healthy alkalis body.” “We have a true Northern statement and begins with the words, with uncompromising standards and the belief that we must continuously evolve.” Resources Mentioned: Visit Marc’s website at : https://liveultimate.com/ Check out his Facebook account at: https://www.facebook.com/LiveUltimate/ and https://www.facebook.com/marc.wachter.96 for more info on Live Ultimate: https://liveultimate.com/ https://vimeo.com/385871678 http://instagram.com/live_ultimate