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.
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.
Rob Garcia grew up in a low income household despite failing out of high school and college. And he's got to tell me how he did that, because I thought you had to graduate high school to get to college. So I want to hear about about that. He taught himself how to speed, learn concepts and eventually finished his PhD program. And he founded Shift Magazine. And today, he's a successful business strategist out of San Diego that teaches high visibility and growth techniques.
Joshua B. Lee is an entrepreneur, business owner, author, coach, marketer, husband and father. In 2003, he built his career in online marketing. For those who can even remember this, with clients such as MySpace and Google managing over a hundred million dollars in advertising spend and controlling over thirty five trillion online impressions.
Tom goes in-depth in the making of online courses. What to do, what NOT to do and all the things he's learned from being on the commercial Internet for decades.
Noble Gibbens graduated from the United States Military Academy at West Point and was an infantry officer in the Eighty Second Airborne Division. He's been a part of close to 10 business startups, and he likes to call himself an entrepreneur evangelist. He founded the 360 movement a year and a half ago to add value to hungry leaders and influencers in every area of life.
In 2015, U.S. Naval Officer Jesse Iwuji began a journey toward professional racing in NASCAR while still actively serving in the U.S. armed forces. He simultaneously started his own business and pursued entrepreneurial ventures. Today, he's risen in the ranks in NASCAR to the national series of NASCAR and has two successful and profitable businesses under his belt. And this is all while serving in the U.S. Navy.
Facebook Live Tips. We will break this whole thing down into what to do before you go live. What to do during a live event and what to do after the event to make it a great event and also to make money.
Shane Willis is an Army veteran and entrepreneur who has had it all, lost at all and had to fight to get it back. And after losing everything with the mortgage crash, Shane had to learn different rules of the financial game. And now he teaches others those rules he wished he would have known then.
Intimacy expert Allana Pratt is a global media personality. Her vulnerability and courage landed her a featured weekly column on the Good Men project. She was featured as an icon of influence and as the guest expert on Huffington Post, People magazine, Forbes, CBS and Fox and The Jenny McCarthy Show. She's an Ivy League grad and is the author of four books and she hosts the podcast Intimate Conversations, where listeners learn how to find the relationship they deserve.
If you're thinking about starting a podcast, just some of the things that you might want to think about as approximately 60 million people listen either every day or several times per week to podcasts. There's 35 million YouTube channels. And remember, the podcast and YouTube channels are spread out over nearly a hundred languages. So I guess this is why the article was titled The Golden Age of Podcasts. I mean, the time is now to jump in and there's still plenty of space in a growing market.
Pegine is in the motivational speaker Hall of Fame. She was named minority business entrepreneur. Top Business of the Year. And she's been interviewed by The Wall Street Journal, Forbes, CNN and Univision. She's the founder of the Power Women Global for women and leadership and business with over 5000 members. She's also the founder of Power Women Pro for Women, speakers, experts and authorities that has over 600 global members.
Jeffrey Gitomer is the author of 15 bestselling books. He's a creative on the Edge writer speaker whose expertise on sales, customer loyalty and personal development is world renowned. And that's no hyperbole there. He's known for his presentations, seminars and keynote addresses that are funny and insightful.
I'm going to give you a bunch of ways to jazz up your videos. Now, I'm not suggesting you use all of these ideas in one video. You could use a bunch of them, but you don't want to look stupid by plastering too many techniques that don't make sense. You got to use your common sense here. Now, I'm also gonna give you other tips to help you make decisions when you have to make decisions about like progressive or interlaced videos or what frame rate makes sense for your video and lots more.
Daryl Hill helps entrepreneurs overcome business PTSD by putting subconscious architecture in their minds so they can get back to enjoying the seven figure lifestyle. He does this through magnetic meditations and a lot of these things are trademarked. He does it through magnetic meditations, online courses and subconscious sessions that are guaranteed to break through any mental blocks to level up your life.
Joel Stewart is a military veteran, engineer, MBA and certified franchise consultant with the International Franchise Professionals Group and founder of the International Franchise Marketplace. His franchise consulting business is focused on two niches, military veterans and international franchise marketing. And any questions you have about this? He is your guy.