Screw The Commute Podcast
Summary: Get out of the car and into the money by starting and improving your lifestyle business. Multimillionaire guy next door, Tom Antion, has never had a job. He'll be doing in-depth training sessions on passive income, online businesses, entrepreneurship, and home based businesses, intermixed with interviews with successful business people who work at home.
Lou Bortone has been a pioneer and thought leader in the video space since the launch of YouTube in 2005. He's helped thousands of entrepreneurs and companies create and leverage online video to build their brands and dramatically grow their Web revenues. And prior to his industry leading work in online video marketing, he spent 20 years as a marketing executive in the entertainment industry, and some of his videos are just quirky and cool.
Jackie Lapin is the founder of SpeakerTunity. She's an expert in helping leaders and authors get booked for speaking engagements, radio shows, podcasts and virtual summits. Her revolutionary SpeakerTunity Cities, provides comprehensive regional speaker leads directories for markets all across North America. For the past 10 years, she's also been providing radio and podcast tours for authors in personal growth, wellness, spirituality and conscious business.
I use titles for all kinds of things. I put the heavy emphasis on information products because they are so high profit and easy to deliver. But they're used in presentations, articles, blog postings, videos and just about anywhere you want to grab someone's attention. Your title is pretty much like the headline of a sales letter. It grabs attention so you have a better chance of getting a person interested enough to buy whatever you're selling.
Jan McInnis is a comedian, a keynote speaker, a comedy writer and author. And for over 26 years, she's toured the country making people laugh and showing people how to use humor in business. And she's also an established comedy writer who sold material to everyone from Jay Leno to guests on The Jerry Springer Show.
Heidi Richards Mooney is the host of The EntreprenHer Show. It's a popular podcast that focuses primarily on the backstories of success driven women. And she's the author of a dozen books including Quirky Marketing Calendar and Rose Marketing on a Daisy budget. She's also a WordPress expert. You don't find too many people that deal in flowers that are WordPress experts. Cision named her one of the 50 rich media influencers to follow in 2015.
Master Classes. I'm not talking about celebrity masterclasses here and I'm not talking about a workshop where you actually get hands on experience with a very specific skill. I'm talking about something in between. I'm talking about something that teaches enough so you can sell it as a non-celebrity, but not really a workshop that goes deep into a specific skill.
Steven Kuhn is a decorated U.S. military combat veteran who has been handpicked to consult with some of the most influential people in the world. We're talking rock stars, singers, actors, business leaders and politicians and he's teaching them how to expand their brand, and build value and loyalty and develop strategies for increasing beneficial relationships and achieving the true quality of life.
Lane Belone is a Special Forces Green Beret veteran who helps entrepreneurs achieve purpose and reach optimal performance. His experience builds trust and adaptability within executive teams, forming them into laser focused A teams. He's traveled to 40 countries and he's climbed the mountains and and he roughed the Arctic and he helps lead others to breakthrough their unknown stepping into their greatness. And he's the co-author of the Humble Alpha book.
The first thing I want to mention is that I'm not on here trying to spout out that I'm Mr. Perfect and that I have everyone's dream personality. I think you could find quite a few people would dispute that. I'm just saying that there's ways that I have acted and treated people over many years that have opened many doors for me. And I know that they could for you, too.
Lia Bozonelis is an L.A. based screenwriter, writer and producer who was head writer and producer of the feminist sketch comedy series, "Sorry, Not Sorry" and she had her feature "Eat, Drink and Be Married" premier around the globe. And she's currently writing a psychological thriller that will shoot later this year. She's here to talk about the business and her charge to help women rise within it.
Ashley Monk is the owner of IT Media. It's a digital agency, helping service based business owners feel less overwhelmed about growing their business, and no longer worried about finding their next client. Ashley helps business owners simplify their marketing and generate leads through Facebook ads, social media and email marketing.
This episode is going to be about Super Fast Customer Service, but it's going to be about way more than that about the customer experience, and how that can make you money or hurt you really bad, really fast. So make sure you listen up.
Gayl Murphy is a media shape shifter. She's a much sought after Hollywood correspondent, media and presentation coach. She's a speaker and author of Interview Tactics How to Survive the Media Without Getting Clobbered. She's reported on and media coached some of the biggest celebrities in the entertainment and popular culture. And she's worked for ABC News, BBC News, Sky News and E and I just love her to death.
With the richness of 30 years of negotiating and reading body language experience, Greg Williams is an accomplished author, speaker, trainer and recognized worldwide thought leader. He's appeared on all the U.S. major TV networks. Greg has written seven books about negotiations and reading body language, and he's currently writing number 8.
We're talking about running small local events for cash and to promote your business. And I'm talking about an indoor local event, by the way. Maybe up to 30 people. I guess you could go as high as 50 people, but the complexity rises the more people you have.