Alex Charfen, today’s guest, firmly believes that Entrepreneurs are critical for growth, momentum, and the economy. As he looks back at the founding of the United States he sees that all but one of the signers of the Declaration of Independence was an entrepreneur. That means the nation was based on the spirit and mentality of the entrepreneur.
You’ll likely recognize the importance of Entrepreneurs and the power of “The Entrepreneurial Personality Type” as we discuss Alex’s new book and why you need to know there is nothing wrong with you.
In fact, if you’ve ever thought you were different, or that you were a little awkward, or felt like a misfit, or unique, then you just might have a new sense of confidence after hearing what Alex has to share with you.
That’s OK. On today’s episode I’m going to introduce you to the concept and tell you why using a service company to help you maximize your IRA contributions is a great alternative for you to get more control and certainty with your retirement funds.
There are lots of myths that swirl around the topic of self-directed IRAs and on today’s episode my guest, Theresa Fette is going to help debunk them and set the record straight. Theresa is one of the founders of Provident Trust Group, a company that provides IRA services to both high profile and average investors.
It sounds strange to say but if you’re not beginning with the end in mind, you won’t build your business to be sellable when and if the time comes. Today’s guest, Randy Long, is a Certified Financial Planner, Exit Strategist, and has recently written a book about what it takes to successfully sell a business, “The Braveheart Exit.”
Randy and I talk about the biggest mistakes business owners and entrepreneurs make when selling their business, why you need to build your business TO sell even if you don’t think you’ll be exiting it soon, and much more…
Do you have trouble making connections? Do you feel awkward or uncertain of yourself when you are in a crowded room or event?
Today’s episode is all about helping you get a break through in that area. Today’s guest is Judy Robinett, an expert at making connections that not only build relationships but that also increase the level of value and influence you experience in life or business.
Judy’s new book, “How To Become A Power Connector” is selling like hotcakes because she gives such simple tips for building meaningful connections. If you’ll take the time to listen to this episode you’ll walk away with some practical mindset shifts and tactics that will make you more of a power connector yourself.
That’s what a listener asked me in an email this past week.
It’s not very complicated. In fact, it’s really very simple. But you’ve got to take action and get it done if you want to be ready for the kind of growth you desire. On this episode I tell you the 3 things I’d build into my business model if I were starting all over. I also help you brainstorm the possibilities in each of those areas so you can get a clear picture of what I’m talking about.