In this episode, Miro talks about dealing with some tough times recently with business and in life. The perception of others' success, and the thought about how fake alot of things really are. Also, celebrating the little wins when they happen because they really add up.
In this episode, Miro talks to Joshua Chin, co-founder and CEO of Chronos Agency. In this episode, they will talk about the important role of email marketing for businesses, and how it could help your business earn more. Highlights · What does Joshua say about being a sole proprietor? · What is the best way grow your organization/business? · What is Vivid Vision? · How did Joshua start on his business? · What is the best way to build connections and sell a marketing business? · Does email marketing still work? · What is the difference between a normal newsletter and optimized email? · Quantity or quality, what is the better option for making a campaign? Key Points · In setting up a business, get people better than you, work together with them, and grow your business as you and your team grow together. · The important thing in email marketing is sending to your clients the right promotional message, fit for their preferences, at the right time they’d need the product. · Data collection, interpretation, and utilization is vital for marketing success. Tweetable Quotes · “When there’s a customer willing to pay cold hard cash, that is the best market validation they can get.” – Joshua Chin · “Just give something a shot, especially if its super low risk, like learning something new… making new connections. ”- Joshua Chin References Mentioned · Check out his LinkedIn account at www.linkedin.com/in/joshua-chin-jl · Check out Facebook account www.facebook.com/joshua.chin.jl · Check out his company’s website at www.choronos.agency\ · Check out the book “Double Double: How to Double Your Revenue and Profit in 3 Years of Less” by Cameron Herold
This week we're shaking things up a bit, making some changes. Mondays are rants, and Wednesdays are guests. Let us know what you think. We think some positive short-form content to start the week is a better fit. Also, this time of the year is a big time of change, weather, business, etc. What adjustments are you making?
Jeffrey Meshel is the Founder/Chairman of the Strategic Forum. The Strategic Forum is an organization of business leaders from diverse backgrounds dedicated to the exchange of ideas, development of long-term personal and business relationships and facilitates of business opportunities among members and their respective networks. The Strategic Forum has chapters in New York City and South Florida. Mr. Meshel is the author of One Phone Call Away-Secrets of the Master Networker and The Opportunity Magnet. Mr. Meshel serves on the Board of Signature Bank (SBNY) and several private company boards.
In this episode, Miro asks what you think about confrontation, how do you deal with it? Sometimes it takes a little kick in the pants to push you in the right direction, and make you open your eyes. Sometimes it shows you how to stand up for what you believe in. What are your thoughts?
Katrina is the CEO and Principal Consultant for EVA8 - specializing in our High Growth, M&A, and Exit clients. Katrina is a proven Business Management Consultant with over 10 years of experience working directly with business owners and key business executives. An entrepreneur herself, she has played a key role in consulting several businesses from Start-Up to equity transactions by supporting the essential functions of leadership, key personnel recruitment, employment infrastructure, and human capital management. Her well-rounded expertise and strong business relationships inspired her to organize like-minded advisers to form EVA8 as a trusted resource to produce quality results for every business.
OVERVIEW During this episode, Scott Shay, businessman and author of In Good Faith: Questioning Religion and Atheism and Getting Our Groove Back: How to Energize American Jewry talks to your host Miro Wcislo. Find out what modern society’s view about religion, and its effect on our communication with each other. Find out how bad things happen, and what does God really do to prevent such? <p> Episode Highlights: <p> What is Idolatry? <p> What did Idolatry did to the Golden Rule? <p> What good did detachment from technology did for Scott? <p> How can there be bad happenings if there is a God? <p> How did Scott Shay start his career? <p> What are Scott’s favorites? <p> Who is Scott’s greatest mentor? <p> Is entrepreneurship a fad? <p> Key Points: <p> The use of social media and other means of gaining popularity has lots of positive output, but humans must be weary of its adverse effect and its backfire to themselves if not utilized properly. <p> God does not simply turn a blind eye, it is us that does not believe that doing the right thing is good. <p> Tweetable Quotes: <p> “There are three groups of people - who don’t believe, who believes but thinks its irrational, and those who believe in God.” - Scott Shay <p> “God believes in us, the question is do we believe in ourselves to do the right thing?” - Scott Shay <p> Resources Mentioned: <p> Visit Scott’s website at <a href="https://www.scottshay.com/">https://www.scottshay.com/</a> <p> Check his Facebook at <a href="www.facebook.com/ScottShayAuthor">www.facebook.com/ScottShayAuthor</a> <p> Check his Twitter at <a href="https://twitter.com/ScottAShay1">https://twitter.com/ScottAShay1</a> <p> Check his new book, In Good Shape: Questioning Religion and Atheism <p> Liar's Poker: Rising Through the Wreckage on Wall Street By Michael Lewis