Daniel Ramsey is the founder and CEO of MyOutDesk, the highest-rated virtual assistant company in the marketplace with over 500 verified 5-star reviews, and over 13 years of experience, serving more than 6,000 clients across industries. Back in 2008, he was inspired by his own time-management struggles to find a better way to help agents leverage their time & energy, and created MyOutDesk to provide a trusted, reliable solution to the office administration, marketing & prospecting tasks that every agent has - but most lack the time to focus on. In 13 years with MyOutDesk, Daniel has helped thousands of clients scale their businesses and grow profitability.
In this episode, Daniel and Mark discuss the 3 stages of entrepreneurial growth, leveraging, 96% versus 4% versus 0.04%, the downfall of tribal knowledge, and control freaks.
One business coach has forged his approach to helping entrepreneurs and business executives by using a monumental personal failure and eventual redemption to help get others where they need to go to find their personal success and fulfillment. At just 18 years old, Miha Matlievski, a Slovenian high school dropout, dreamed of becoming a successful entrepreneur. And he pursued it with a passion, putting in 12 years of hard work that resulted in four successful businesses and a personal net worth of $15M. But in December 2009, an unexpected call from his bank, which had decided to foreclose on his real estate investments, brought his world crashing down around him.
In this episode, Miha and Mark talk about failure, how you should approach it, why people are afraid to fail, and what you can do about it starting today.
Nigel Bennett is an award-winning entrepreneur, author, and founder of Aqua-Guard Spill Response Inc. (aquaguard.com). His company, a global leader in oil spill control, protects water, the world’s most precious resource. Both Nigel and Aqua-Guard have received multiple awards for their innovation, business excellence, and entrepreneurialism. Nigel received the British Columbia Institute of Technology’s 2018 Distinguished Alumni of the year Award.
In this episode, Nigel and Mark talk about giving back, your calling plus Nigel shares an inspirational story about his kids and their friends that will make you want to go do something today!
Will Moore, founder of “The Momentum Movement,” is a dynamic entrepreneur, speaker, life coach, and happiness expert.
The first half of Will’s life was a real struggle, but an “aha” moment that led to what he refers to as his “rock-bottom-bounce” helped him truly understand what it means to be an owner of his life vs a victim. Determined to reinvent himself, he developed an insatiable appetite for improving himself and has never looked back.
In this episode, Will and Mark discuss his 5 core success habits, the importance of goals, and so much more!
Crista Grasso is a lean business consultant who specializes in helping growing businesses achieve more by doing less through identifying and focusing on the most important things right now that will drive maximum value for their customers and maximum profits for their business.
In this episode, Crista and Mark talk about mistakes small business owners and entrepreneurs make and visions & goals.
40 years ago, Mark Simon became the first person in the country to hold parents responsible for the actions of their kids in a court of law. Those kids had bullied Mark and attacked his family. Those incidents are the basis of his new memoir, Attacked! Bullied: Surviving Terror and Finding Justice.
In this episode, Mark shares his incredible story of being brutally bullied and how he overcame it. A must-listen and share episode!
Susan Boles is a Virtual CFO & Growth Architect for agencies & consultants at ScaleSpark. She helps them break out of growth stalls by fixing back end processes and creating systems designed to scale. She has over a decade of experience as a CFO and software consultant and she's on a mission to help founders build sustainable, profitable businesses - because growth is only hard when your business isn't built for it.
She's also the host of the Break the Ceiling podcast, the show that helps agencies & consultants bust through self-imposed growth ceilings by shirring up their operations and increasing their capacity.
In this episode, Susan and Mark talk about the remote working and the new normal and how leaders need to navigate this transition, introverts & extroverts, wake up calls, and more.
Kris Ward is the leading authority in building your business by building your team. Kris is the founder of the Win the Hour, Win the Day philosophy. She helps entrepreneurs easily double their income and triple their time off.
In the episode, Kris and Mark discuss the power of outsourcing, why she disagrees with Mark about "the list", time bank accounts, and more!
Owner-managed businesses often spend too much money on ineffective marketing that leaves them frustrated and wondering what to do next. Charlie Whyman's on a mission to simplify this and help B2B owner-managed businesses sell more, make more, and give more - making the world a better place.
In this episode, Charlie and Mark discuss mistakes people make when marketing, Charlie's thoughts on being on every platform, and how to post on LinkedIn.
After 25 years of experience selling to such prestigious organizations as The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Hewlett-Packard, and NASA, Nikki Rausch decided to trade in her road warrior status so she could help entrepreneurs sell in a way that builds relationships, creates true connection, and results in more closed deals and long-term clients. Now, as a sales coach, author, speaker and founder of Sales Maven, Nikki transforms the misunderstood process of “selling” into techniques, tools, and tips that can be successfully incorporated into a process replicable by anyone whose livelihood relies on selling a product, a service, or themselves. When she's not helping business owners move their clients along the 'Selling Staircase', Nikki enjoys taking in all the beauty that living in the Pacific Northwest affords her.
In this episode, Nikki and Mark talk about how to sell authentically, why having a servant's heart is...