Creating A High-Profit Course with Destinee Berman: An EOFire Classic from 2021
Entrepreneurs on Fire
by John Lee Dumas
22h ago
From the archive: This episode was originally recorded and published in 2021. Our interviews on Entrepreneurs On Fire are meant to be evergreen, and we do our best to confirm that all offers and URL's in these archive episodes are still relevant. Destinee Berman is a seven-figure launch strategist and marketing expert who specializes in working with offline business owners, entrepreneurs, experts, and educators. Top 3 Value Bombs 1. Each launch is a calculated experiment. Even with the most experienced launchers, it’s impossible to get it 100 percent perfect. 2. It’s important to know that whe ..read more
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The World is Your Oyster with Tony Jamous
Entrepreneurs on Fire
by John Lee Dumas
2d ago
Tony Jamous is CEO and co-founder of Oyster, a global employment platform that removes barriers to remote work and distributed hiring. He is passionate about empowering individuals from emerging economies through access to global career opportunities. Top 3 Value Bombs 1. Create a massive amount of psychological safety at work. Invest in the people’s growth and development. Give people meaning and purpose. 2. Create an environment where people feel safe, where people are trusted to do their best work no matter how many hours they put in because we default to flexible and remote work. 3. Have a ..read more
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How to Succeed as an Entrepreneur in Dance and Arts with Roger Lee
Entrepreneurs on Fire
by John Lee Dumas
3d ago
Roger Lee is a recognized arts entrepreneur that creates arts business ventures that uplift people's spirits. He is the founder of Roger Lee Arts, LLC and Roger Lee Dance Company. Top 3 Value Bombs 1. There’s true power in PR. Media coverage was a blessing for him as it gave him exposure and connected to amazing individuals in the industry. 2. Start small. A lot of times we want to go big quickly. While that is exciting, that is rarely sustainable. It’s all about impact and being sustainable. You have to start small to be in the game for a long time and have a lot of impact and legacy. 3. Know ..read more
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Transitioning From Small Business to a Franchisor with Bryan Appell
Entrepreneurs on Fire
by John Lee Dumas
5d ago
Bryan Appell is the owner of Appell Striping, a company that provides Pavement maintenance franchise opportunities. Their franchisees benefit from their already thriving National work. Top 3 Value Bombs 1. When all your systems are in place and day-to-day operations are functioning without so much of your involvement from an owner, that next step potentially could be you becoming a franchisor. 2. If you wanna be a franchisor, it's a long term goal. It's going to take a lot of time ang you're not going to be making any money from it immediately. 3. You have to grind. You have to be willing to p ..read more
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How to Make Money On Airbnb Without Owning Property with Jon Bell and Julian Sage: An EOFire Classic from 2021
Entrepreneurs on Fire
by John Lee Dumas
6d ago
From the archive: This episode was originally recorded and published in 2021. Our interviews on Entrepreneurs On Fire are meant to be evergreen, and we do our best to confirm that all offers and URL's in these archive episodes are still relevant. Jon Bell and Julian Sage teach people how to build a six or seven-figure business on Airbnb™ without owning property. Top 3 Value Bombs 1. A lot people think that Airbnb is a fad. Doing it professionally is a completely different thing. If you’re going to immerse yourself in the industry, you’ll need help. You need somebody to co-host with you, o ..read more
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Create a Successful Product with Your Invention Idea with Kevin Mako: An EOFire Classic from 2021
Entrepreneurs on Fire
by John Lee Dumas
1w ago
From the archive: This episode was originally recorded and published in 2021. Our interviews on Entrepreneurs On Fire are meant to be evergreen, and we do our best to confirm that all offers and URL's in these archive episodes are still relevant. MAKO Design and Invent, Est 1999, is the first company providing world-class end-to-end physical consumer product development tailored to startups, small manufacturers, & home inventors. Kevin is president, and also the host of The Product Startup Podcast. Top 3 Value Bombs 1. Prioritize energy. Everyday, put in a little bit of effort on the most ..read more
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How I Made 8 Figures in 4 Years Sharing My Personal Story with Sunny Lenarduzzi: An EOFire Classic from 2021
Entrepreneurs on Fire
by John Lee Dumas
1w ago
From the archive: This episode was originally recorded and published in 2021. Our interviews on Entrepreneurs On Fire are meant to be evergreen, and we do our best to confirm that all offers and URL's in these archive episodes are still relevant. Sunny Lenarduzzi is a social media consultant, business growth coach and philanthropist who helps experts turn their experience into six-figure and seven-figure empires using video marketing. Top 3 Value Bombs 1. There is a tipping point - once you get out of that initial hustle and grind, it is better to do less. It will make you more productive. 2 ..read more
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Experience The Ultimate 2-Day Interactive Life-Changing Business Growth Conference Featuring John Lee Dumas, Tim Tebow, Clay Clark & More!
Entrepreneurs on Fire
by John Lee Dumas
1w ago
Clay Clark is a father of five kids, a former U.S. SBA Entrepreneur of the Year, the founder of several multi-million dollar companies, and the host of the Thrivetime Show podcast. Top 3 Value Bombs 1. If you want to thrive, move beyond surviving, build that successful company, start that company, grow that company and live a life of abundance. The in-person 2-day Interactive, Thrivetime show business workshops are absolutely game changing. 2. As Michael Gerber said, the difference between great people and everyone else is that great people create their lives actively, while everyone else is c ..read more
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Transforming America’s Tap Water with Rich Razgaitis
Entrepreneurs on Fire
by John Lee Dumas
1w ago
Rich Raz Razgaitis co-founded FloWater in 2013 with a singular mission to put an end to single-use plastic water bottles. He started his career in Fortune 500 companies, including Johnson and Johnson and Eli Lilly. Since 2002, he has been the CEO or president of several venture-capital-backed startups and privately held turnaround and growth. Top 3 Value Bombs 1. Focusing on your purpose, not just your passion. 2. The key is to address the problem at its source by reducing plastic contamination in the environment and your bodies. 3. Small actions matter in both your business and personal lives ..read more
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Take A Chance with Larry Gaynor
Entrepreneurs on Fire
by John Lee Dumas
1w ago
Larry Gaynor is the Founder and CEO of TNG Worldwide. TNG is a Gallup-trained organization that focuses on its employees’ strengths and is what helped to make TNG a leader in the beauty industry. He is also the author of Take A Chance Top 3 Value Bombs 1. Success is often attributed more to luck or timing than solely to hard work and effort. It is a blend of circumstances, luck, and fate. 2. Entrepreneurs must constantly take risks, like expanding, opening new stores, or hiring competitors. 3. You should note that what is relevant today might not be tomorrow. With AI advancements, it is crucia ..read more
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