March 14, 2018
When you went through your internship, how was it?
I was fortunate enough to have a process that gave me some essential skills, and introduced me to some of the people that would fordge my career and mindset.
How can you build an internship that matters, and not just another waste of time for cheap labor, and fulfillment of hours.
March 1, 2018
Have you ever wondered how you got lucky enough to work along side such great people?
We are fortuate enough to have our first employee and former intern Collin Barber share his internship experience with us.
We dive into the good, the bad, and what needs to change.
Enjoy the show!
February 23, 2018
We all know that at one point in time, not everyone will be happy about a policy or process.
This is the story of Brandon's search for a Day Care for his Daughter, and how the context of how policies are stated, can make every difference in feeling ok, or looking for a new place.
Let us know what approaches you take in order to make people feel good about dificult situations.
Enjoy the episode.
February 16, 2018
When you are employed, how do you know if you have a good gig, or if your position is not the right fit. If Brandon and I had to do it all over again, we would have asked a litany of questions of our employer. We didn't know what to ask, and how it pertained to what we wanted out of our career. This is an episode about those questions.
February 8, 2018
Understanding your financial picture is an important lesson in business, and in life.
For some people money is a difficult thing to deal with. They get all worked up over money. So, they put it off, or avoid dealing with it. Bad Idea.
This episode dives into the basics of your financial questions, and what should be on your mind when beginning or upgrading your practice.
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January 30, 2018
We are fortunate to have Sam Caucci, the Founder and CEO of 1Huddle share his sales, education, and buisiness experience with us today. Sam has been featured on the Huffington Post, Wall Street Journal, CNN, allong with a dozen other shows as a featured small business anylist.
1Huddle is a revoloutionary platform that gamefies any educational process, as well as your sales employee handbook.
Sam has authored three books, and has worked in sales his entire career. If you want to learn about how to think about educating, and servicing your clients, staff, and yourself....this is the show.
January 25, 2018
Building A Sales Process
Life is communication, and sales.
Whether you are persuading, coaching, or educating, it is selling ideas.
Now let's take that one step further. We look at sales as the opportunity to listen to a prospect's needs, and see if they align with what we do.
In this episode we share our sales process. We cover the different prospect touch points, to what happens to see if we are a good fit.
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January 17, 2018
Would you like to go to work every day and practice on people that you relate to?
Brandon and Keith share some tips and tools to understanding how to identify your ideal client for improved communication, and success.
January 8, 2018
First of all, this was an amazing interview. There are so many gems in this episode that I had to listen to it three times.
Dr. John Corsi of the Chiropractic Company kindly shares his insights into how he is building his practice, looking for opportunity, taking action, and personal development. We dive into schedule, technology that helps his business, and personal goals and strategies he is using to reach those goals as well.
Check out his practice at chiropracticco.com.
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January 4, 2018
Keith and Brandon talk about what it takes to build a network of professionals you can trust, and why it is so important.