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Direct marketing pro Mike Capuzzi says if you want to quickly build credibility with prospects and turn them into new customers, there may not be a more powerful way than by offering them a short, helpful book that solves real problems using your expertise.
College interns are ready, willing and available to work for free – for solopreneurs! Learn how from Paul Lachelier, Founder and Director of the non-profit Learning Life, where he’s used more than 100 unpaid interns to save many thousands in labor costs.
Andy Mitchell is the founder of ActiveInbox, an add-on that turns Gmail into an effortless project management system. In this interview we also dive deep into product development and how to quickly and easily turn out better products as a solopreneur to outmaneuver the big companies.
Ann Sieg, Founder and CEO of the E-Commerce Business School, has taught more than 7,000 people how to build a successful eCommerce business. Her students scale and maximize profits off the biggest eCommerce sites in the world. In this interview, she shares the easiest and safest way to get started with nearly pushbutton profits.
This conversation with Bond Halbert, son and protege of legendary copywriter Gary Halbert, is like sitting in on a master class in how to find and capitalize on big ideas in your marketing from product development through filling your bank account with big sales dollars.
Tom Parslow combined his early love of computer programming with his new hobby as escape room enthusiast to create a protitable solopreneur business. From a humble start he grew a strong reputation in the escape room industry and personally helped save it after it was shut down virtually overnight by coronavirus restrictions.
After more than 30 years in the trenches of business planning, Burke Franklin has discovered not only how to plan ahead, but how to do so in a conscious way that corresponds with your own values and creates strong value propositions for partners, investors and clients alike.
If you want a business rather than a hobby, you have to sell. Some seem to be born salespeople while others have to work at it. Shawn Kunkler helps both kinds of business owners improve their sales in this episode.
Email newsletter expert Michael Katz writes one of my all-time favorite email newsletters and helps other service professionals do the same. They’re one of the most effective ways to build stronger relationships with those you already know and no one does it better than Michael.
David Safeer specializes in helping rapidly growing companies survive when they hit a cash crunch. But if you’ll listen to the cash flow management advice he give during this episode you may never face one in the first place.