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.
Ed Primeau is a digital media forensic expert and founder of Primeau Forensics Ltd., a well-respected global digital media forensic company. He's testified in courts in the United States and worked on various international cases. His forensic practices include forensic audio and video authentication, forensic enhancement, as well as biometric voice identification and evidence recovery.
Laura Steward is a sought after speaker, business adviser, radio host and author. After building and selling her highly successful technology services company, she started Wisdom Learned LLC, a company dedicated to educating leaders based on experience and wisdom learned in the trenches.
This episode is not about getting on podcasts. This is about how to be great, and I'm saying great, when you get on and afterwards or after the podcast. There are lots of benefits of being a guest on other people's podcast and the biggest one to me is being exposed to other audiences with a warm introduction from the host of the podcast. I've made tons of money from people who never heard of me before by being introduced to them on someone else's podcast.
Erika Hatfield has worked as a professional photographer for over 12 years, after completing her master's degree in education and finding out working in a school was not a good fit for her. She started a second business called Next Level Photo Education. She develops courses for kids and adults, and mentors aspiring professional photographers.
He's a U.S. Army veteran. He's an entrepreneur and a single father on a mission to bring an entire generation out of poverty and keep parents at home with their kids, by teaching the skills needed to create both passive and active income online.
Gamification. Now it's not always about playing games. It has to do with ways you can get people to engage with your content. Now there's lots of ways to add gamification to your content. But before we get into seven or eight of them, I want to tell you about the psychology of getting people to do things. This is somewhat the basis of gamification and anytime you want to get a certain behavior out of someone else. This is really powerful stuff right here. So really pay attention to this.
Barbara Khozam is an award winning international motivational speaker and trainer specializing in customer service and the patient experience. In 2019, Barbara was awarded the CSP, certified speaking professional from the prestigious National Speakers Association. Barbara is one of only three women in the entire world to have achieved this designation as well as the Toastmaster accredited speaker designation. Only three people in the world have that.
Adam G. Katz is a University of California at Berkeley graduate of that school, and he's a serial entrepreneur who has spent the past 20 years crippled by debilitating chronic migraines. He didn't let that stop him. He's owned more than 10 businesses and has self-published over 30 books, including four novels. So learn his strategies for picking the right business model to maximize your time and minimize your headaches.
Ecourse is used for lots of online courses in this episode. I'm talking about the most simple one, which is an e mail e course. Yes, you can link out of your e-mails to audios or videos to jazz it up, but you don't have to to get started. You could literally have your first course done in a couple hours from now.
Greg Boudah is here. He says you pronounce it like the monk, is a veteran loving, ginger beard farming, former U.S. Marine gone goldsmith. And he's laser focused on elevating the type of jewelry products the military community are being offered. He owns a jewelry factory in Thailand and operates a design studio here in the United States. He's got a team of 30 highly skilled jewelers and military spouses. And The Jewelry Republic is where veterans buy jewelry.
Margy Feldhuhn is a co-owner of Interview Connections. It's the first and leading podcast booking agency. Margy and her business partner, Jessica, lead an in-house staff. She's got 12 employees in their Rhode Island office and have successfully scaled the agency to seven figures. Margy is very active in animal rescue and she was recently recognized for her fundraising efforts with the Humane Heroes Award.
Creating Flash Briefings. Tom is going to lay out the process to get flash briefings up on Amazon's Echo and Dot devices. There's a lot of potential here to reach MILLIONS of people through these in-home devices, so listen up and learn how to take advantage of this emerging technology.
Jen Groover's name has become synonymous with innovation, entrepreneurship, evolution and human potential. She was recently nominated as a U.N. delegate to the first ever global accelerator for the Global Entrepreneurs Council. And she's also made history, at the New York Stock Exchange, as a member of the first all female group to ring the opening bell. And she's made Forbes list of 50 founders you need to follow on Twitter. And she was nominated TV Personality of the Year in 2013 by Savor the Success.
Today's topic is success and leadership principles that you need to be able to tell the boss to take this job and shove it. If you already have your own business, I'll tell you how to take it to a much higher level. Also, these principles will also help you in any aspect of your life, not just business.
In this special episode, Tom gives you lots of tips and tricks to make spectacular videos at home, ranging from the minimalist approach to very elaborate and everything in between. As usual, Tom holds nothing back, so make sure to check the show notes for links and pictures of other peoples' studios.