Screw The Commute Podcast show

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.

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  • Artist: Tom Antion, multimillionaire lifestyle business and work from home expert
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 184 - Gadgets Galore: Tom talks My Favorite Gadgets | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 43:44

I'm just going to go over a bunch of different gadgets, both online and offline, that I use just all over the place. I just brainstormed and sat my chair and thought about all the kinds of things that I use almost on a daily basis just to get through life and business. And I know I didn't get all of them. So if I get enough of them, I'll do a future episode as an update. But let's jump in and get started.

 183 - He's a Special Forces Green Beret: Tom interviews Lane Belone | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 35:40

Lane Belone is a Special Forces Green Beret veteran turned high performance coach. He uses his leadership experience in high risk environments to develop business executive teams into laser focused and empowered A teams, which was one of my favorite shows back in the day. Lane extracts what is already within using a process called creating space. So all involved step into their greatness.

 182 - He programmed his way to success: Tom interviews Troy Broussard | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 37:32

Troy Broussard is the founder of the leading integrated mobile learning platform called Membrant, as well as several other SaaS, and that stands for software as a service and marketing companies. He is a contrarian and he values freedom over all else. He runs his six companies from his homes in Florida, Oregon, and listen to this, Brazil, as well as from the road traveling in his RV.

 181 - Lakia Robinson runs Tom's social media: Tom talks How We Handle Social Media | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 01:02:00

Lakia Robinson is here with me and she's been with me for about five years and takes a massive load off of my back and I still have to participate, too. It's not that I'm totally divorced from everything. Even with her handling this all day and all night. So it's a big production. It's a must have for you now in your business, because guess what? If any clients, the first thing they do is check you out on social media. Anybody ever heard of you? Does anybody care about you?

 180 - The visual entrepreneur: Tom interviews Eric Bakey | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 40:51

Eric Bakey might be the most dangerous man in direct response. He's the chief combat imagineer of his visual strategy firm, combining copywriting and cartooning with lessons learned in the military for more fun on the frontlines of capitalism. If you're sick of marketing that doesn't make sales, he can show you how to blow your client's mind with mental dynamite.

 179 - He's the H.I.T. man behind 13,500 Vetrepreneurs: Tom interviews Steven Kuhn | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 51:10

Stephen Kuhn is the decorated United States Army combat veteran. He's a speaker. He's an author and consultant who helps individuals dramatically improve their quality of life through the consistent conscious application of honesty, integrity and transparency.

 178 - Low risk and high returns mean you'll succeed in your business: Tom talks Digital Info Marketing | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 56:24

Why should you do this? Why should you get in the digital information marketing arena? Well, one reason, it's extremely low risk and another reason is its extremely high profit margins. I mean, digital products are 97 percent profit. I mean, if somebody happens to give you a check, it's 100 percent profit. But most of the time you've got a little credit card fees. So that's why we say it's 97 percent profit.

 177 - A Marine Mom who does it all: Tom interviews Richelle Futch | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 43:05

Richelle Futch is a Marine Corps veteran and military spouse. As a mental health counselor, she has over 15 years of clinical experience working with government agencies as well as in private practice. She's the author of the book and workshop Her Ruck Inside the Emotional Backpack of Military Wives, which has provided opportunities to serve military families worldwide. Richelle was recently awarded Armed Forces Insurance Fort Bragg Military Spouse of the Year for 2019.

 176 - Active Shooters Beware: Tom interviews Alain Burrese | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 47:01

Alain Burrese is author of Survive a Shooting and director of Active Defense Training for Reflex Protect. He's the leading authority on active shooter response. His programs teach strategies to survive active threats and how to defend yourself, both empty handed and with Reflex Protect, a revolutionary new non-lethal defensive spray being used in hospitals, schools, churches and businesses across the country.

 175 - Massive Free and Cheap Exposure: Tom talks Best Ad Bargain | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 23:15

I've been saying that YouTube ads are the best bargain when it comes to online ads. Now, why do I say that? Because you can get tons of branding and name recognition totally for free. And when you do get an ad watch, that's usually at a bargain basement price. I mean, sometimes as little as one cent. But, you know, almost always mine have been below 10 cents. And the same keywords would cost me between a dollar twenty and four dollars and ninety two cents if I was putting the ad on Google search.

 174 - 23 years of being funny: Tom interviews Ron Culberson | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 31:59

Ron Culberson ranks in the top 30 of his wife's favorite speakers. He's a funny guy. He's worked as a hospice social worker, a middle manager, and director of quality improvement at Hospice of Northern Virginia. He was also the 2012/2013 President of the National Speakers Association. That's a prestigious organization. And he was recently inducted into that organization's Speaker Hall of Fame, that is the highest award you can get in the professional speaking industry.

 173 - She's a Knockout: Tom interviews Diane DiResta | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 28:18

Diane DiResta is a certified speaking professional. She is founder of DiResta Communications Inc and author of Knockout Presentations. As a speaking strategist, Diane brings over 20 years as a communications expert and speech pathologist. Her company works with Fortune 500 companies. She media trains, sports and entertainment, celebrities and coaches C level executives how to exude executive presence.

 172 - Theories I live by: Tom talks My Theories | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 23:22

After being in business for many years, I started to notice certain principles that by living by them, they seemed to create more success for me. Then I started telling them to my mentees and they seemed to have more success when they adhered to them. And over time, these principles seem like they were totally solid and worthy of memorializing, which I did by making posters of them and hanging them on the wall of my school. And now in this episode, I guess I'm memorializing them in a little different way.

 171 - He Flunked Retirement: Tom interviews Steve Epner | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 39:32

Steve Epner is a serial entrepreneur. He teaches lean canvas and also corporate entrepreneurship, and ideas at St. Louise University and Washington University. And after selling his company, he flunked out of retirement. I know we usually bring great entrepreneurs, but he flunked retirement. Then he became an entrepreneur in residence at Boeing.

 170 - He drove a school bus at 16 years of age: Tom interviews Ben Brooks | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 23:10

Ben Brooks is an international speaker, management consultant, and he was one of the first African-Americans to enlist in the Pennsylvania State Police rising to the rank of Major. He defies the typical stereotype of the hardened state trooper. He can be very serious when the situation demands it or he can be very warm and caring when it's appropriate. Through personal anecdotes, humor, charm, passion and his highly energized, interactive style, Ben is able to convey the most serious of messages.


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