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691: Multiply Yourself by Hiring Smart Virtual Assistants with Anne and Mark Lackey

Thursday, March 26, 2020

Anne & Mark, owners of several businesses, determined they were working harder and not smarter, so they embarked on their newest business - HireSmart Virtual Assistants which helps business owners scale by providing top-notch virtual employees. Since then they have transformed over 60 businesses from chaos & overwhelm to calm, well run businesses making higher profits; their team dynamic contributes dramatically to their ability to scale and grow multiple businesses.

Anne & Mark love to educate others on how to scale and create business processes; sharing their passion through seminars, webinars, podcasts, and live events.



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690: Deep Knowledge and Learning: Automate, Delegate and Grow with E-Commerce Agency Owner Darwin Liu

Wednesday, March 25, 2020

Darwin Liu googled "how to get rich online" in 2008 and has never stopped since. After failing for two years, he worked his way up in an agency. Soon after, he started his X Agency, a digital marketing company specializing in ecommerce and hit 7 figures within the first year. He's a published author, owner of multiple businesses and a gym fanatic.


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689: Become a Thought Leader by Identifying and Solving a Customer Point of Pain with Global Credibility Expert Mitchell Levy

Tuesday, March 24, 2020

Global Credibility Expert Mitchell Levy is a TEDx speaker and international bestselling author of over 60 books. As The AHA Guy at AHAthat (, he helps to extract the genius from your head in a two hour interview so that his team can ghostwrite your book, publish it, distribute it, and make you an Amazon bestselling author in four months

He is an accomplished Entrepreneur who has created twenty businesses in Silicon Valley including four publishing companies that have published over 800 books. He's provided strategic consulting to over one hundred companies, and has been chairman of the board of a NASDAQ-listed company. Mitchell has been happily married for twenty-nine years and regularly spends four weeks in Europe with family and friends.


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688: Income, Influence, Innovation and Impact: Reach a Wider Audience Using Active Podcasting with Joe Sanok

Monday, March 23, 2020

Joe Sanok from Practice of the Practice Podcasting talking about Podcasting to level up any type of Business.

Actual statistics of Podcasting show that this type of medium communication is the best way of letting your message come to a wider audience.

Statistics of Blog vs Youtube Channel vs Podcast (without Podcast Launch for the last 90 days) and Podcast (with Podcast Launch for the last 90 days)

Blog: minimal audience

YouTube: reaches an average amount of audience

Active Podcasting: reaches a greater amount of audience compared to the other two mediums

5 things to consider about Podcasting

  1. Why you should and Should not Do a podcast

Why you shouldn't start a podcast

- If you're satisfied with how things are going well in your business and don't want to expand your network, starting a podcast is just a waste of time.

- Doing podcast just for fame is not a good idea since it takes a whole lot of work doing a podcast.

Who and Why you should start a podcast

- any businesses who want to attract or reach a larger audience.

- any businesses who want to try new things, areas, or approach

- If you aspire for your company, services & products, offer, and practices to grow

- any businesses who want to expand their network-opening doors for new industries and influencers to bring business together

When you start a podcast consider below factors:

-Stay true to the core of your business 

-What and why your passionate about your business

-Listen to your customers, list all the questions or queries customers come to ask you about- create FAQs (Frequently asked Questions) and do it on podcast

  1. Structures of the Podcast

- How frequent do you launch a Podcast? Regular Podcast or Seasonal Podcast

Regular Podcast- doing it every single day or week.

Seasonal Podcast- launching episodes at once or over a period of time and host will take a break after a series of episodes

Note: Knowing the type of topics and how they are presented (i.e. conversational, ask the expert, Q & A) is very vital in sorting out the structure of your podcast.

  1. Planning the "now what" of your podcast

- call to action: is it email, webinar, e-course? Very important to determine before actually starting a podcast show because it will help you determine how will you

go about the show, for instance- solo shows, who to interview for expert shows, ideal clients/or guests to invite for live consultation

  1. Actual Starting of the Podcast

- Deciding what materials and equipments to use: good quality microphone, podcasting software

- organized schedule of guests to ensure their availability to guest on the podcast

  1. On going marketing of the podcast

Questions to ask?

- How are you going to market your podcast?

- Who should be invited? and where to look for them?

Other businesses' approach is: AUTOMATED EMAIL SEQUENCE

live webinar which leads into an eCourse, which then leads into being able to make more money.

Marketing strategies are vital in realizing the business' full potential and will help you realize how your business will level up in the aspects of: INCOME, INFLUENCE, INNOVATION & IMPACT

Practice of the Practice Podcasting will release an e-course on 2020 called Podcast Launch School. Subsequently, they also have an article covering 27 tips, tricks and strategies, to help launch a podcast 

which is free at

Additional Tips on Podcasting

  1. Block out the time and free yourself from other obligations and just focus on working the podcast( interview, editing, deciding who to invite etc). 

Be organized and stick through the flow of your podcast

  1. Optimize your time- Be resourceful and innovative. For example, a single zoom recording of your podcast can be repurposed and used for different platforms.

A zoom recording can be uploaded as a Youtube video, transcript of the video can be posted on a blog with an embedded link of the recording, or putting it into an email 

sequence. Can also be uploaded on Instagram, facebook, and other social media platforms. In that case, information will reach a larger scale of different types of audiences.

Final takeaway:

Your time is precious. Decide if starting a podcast for your business is WORTH YOUR TIME.

Do as much research as you can, optimize and be resourceful, talk to people who have done podcasting successfully.

When you decide to start a podcast, go to for helpful tips and notes.

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687: How to Build Your Brand Online Using SEO, Podcasting, and Video with eWebResults CEO Matt Bertram

Friday, March 20, 2020

Return guest Matt Bertram, from eWebResults, is back to reveal some of the unknown secrets to internet marketing! SEO (search engine optimization) has become more competitive and that means it's up to you as a business owner to tell your story through video: testimonials, explainers, how-to's, commercials

Matt also updates us on other breaking trends, such as LinkedIn pushing content creation. You can't do "only one thing" with internet marketing anymore... you need to promote yourself on MULTIPLE channels, providing value and high quality content.

What is someone searching for? Are you providing value to that solution? Think about that customer journey, and get your website visitors to take some sort of action: buy, optin, schedule, or download.


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686: Get Measurable Results from Direct Response Marketing and Combine with Branding with JD Dwyer

Thursday, March 19, 2020

Return guest JD Dwyer from is back to tell you how to differentiate, target your ideal audience, and avoid the race to the bottom! He's here with several fun stories, including how he helped a lawn company sell out their entire inventory by including a "Happy Meal" offer.

  1. Identify your most profitable target audience: demographic profile, avatar, age -- then look for more people who look more like them
  2. Create WOW factor to take their eyes off the price -- buy wheelbarrow, we'll add a free shovel -- artificial wow factor, think outside the square -- value-add that takes that customer's eyes off the price
  3. Use the problem-solution (before-and-after) formula: solve a real problem
  4. Fix your website: create a sales machine and not an information portal. Clean up your home page. You need a problem/solution headline. Explainer video. Have a menu of all the services you offer. List the three big benefits of someone using you. Video testimonials.
  5. Collect customer data!


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685: Flourish to Seven Figures, Set Bigger Goals, and Take Imperfect Action with Facebook Ads Expert Monica Louie

Friday, February 14, 2020

Monica Louie is a Facebook and Instagram ads strategist who loves helping ambitious online entrepreneurs increase their impact -- and profits! -- with high-converting ads. You might have seen her in Forbes,, or heard her on The Smart Passive Income Podcast.

Monica started by blogging about her family’s journey out of debt. In two years, she and her husband paid off $120,000 of debt on a single middle-class income! Along the way, Monica discovered her passion for creating and teaching Facebook ads. Along with her ads management agency, Team Flourish, Monica manages ads for 6- and 7-figure online business owners, has managed more than $1 million in ad spend, and has taught hundreds to successfully run their own ads through her online training program, Flourish with Facebook Ads.


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684: Relieve Entrepreneurial Stress, Live in the Present, Build Rapport, and Communicate Better with Kathy Gruver

Wednesday, February 12, 2020

Kathy Gruver, PhD has graced stages on four continents (including 2 TEDx), three cruise ships and a handful of islands. She hosts the TV show based on her first book, The Alternative Medicine Cabinet and has earned her PhD in Natural Health. Dr. Gruver is the twelve-time award-winning author of seven books including, Conquer Your Stress, Workplace Wellness, Conquer your Stress at Work, and Journey of Healing.

She has studied mind/body medicine at the famed Benson-Henry Institute for Mind-Body Medicine at Harvard, and has been featured as an expert in numerous publications including Glamour, Fitness, Time, WebMD, Prevention, Huffington Post and Dr. Oz’s The Good Life, and has appeared on over 250 radio & TV shows including Lifetime, NPR, CBS Radio and SkyNews London. She is also the co-host of the new Fire and Earth Podcast.


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683: Mega Podcasting: Create Content, Get Traffic, and Network to Get Joint Ventures and Affiliates

Monday, February 10, 2020

Why bother podcasting? What is the point of creating an online "show" and inviting guests to it? Robert breaks down the reason why you should create a podcast show AND appear on podcasts in order to land better joint ventures and affiliates.



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682: Local Media Assets: Grow a News-and-Events Local Facebook Magazine, Run Contests and Land Recurring Clients with Drew Griffin

Friday, February 7, 2020

Drew Griffin is the Co-Founder of, a service that affords anyone the ability to quickly create mobile optimized, quick loaded web pages and 'link in bio' extenders. Delicious Marketing is a marketing agency that leverages emerging technology to deliver results in the form of awareness, engagement and lead generation that convert to customers.

Additionally, Drew is a mobile app developer, author, public speaker and consultant with focus on business growth hacking and lead generation.

He's here to explain his Local Media Assets concept, a way that you can get business owners approaching YOU to use your services as a digital marketer, instead of prospecting and cold calling.

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