It’s had to hit the list unless you understand the mechanics of best-seller status. It the steps that separate the 13 book sellers and the thousand of copy sellers. My guest Ron Douglas details how he built the foundation for his New York Times Best-Seller award and what it takes now to become a thought leader in any niche.
Setting up a small business can be a daunting task but it is the best thing to do to make sure you set yourself up for success. My guest Thomas H. Clifton is a lawyer on a mission to help bridge the gap between doing business and being IN business, both as a practicing lawyer and a podcaster.
If all you ever did was let people know about something and was paid for it was a model, would you consider it? Businesses like Amazon, Overstock, and even Walmart does this every day so why can’t we do it…? Well, we can and my guest Christopher Pendergraft details how he sells other people’s stuff and makes daily profits.
On this special Thanksgiving episode of the Swift Kick Show, my guest Lem Moore discusses the simple system for producing leads for local businesses with the power of video. Outside of the Redskins/Cowboys rivalry, he goes deep into what it takes to create simple videos as well as how to get your first client.
Not too many people realize the lucrative business of licensing. Grumpy Cat has made a killing for it’s owner just from the power of the Internet and you can to. My special guest Brad Gosse has made it a career when it comes to using a simple idea and matching it up with a successful brand. This is something anyone can do.
This week’s episode takes us into the world of information marketing with information expert Robert Stukes. We discover how an online business based on information can lead to long-term success and some simple tools to get you started…plus hemorrhoids…very funny.
In the inaugural first episode of The Swift Kick Show, Timothy discusses the foundational needs of entrepreneurs with a discussion with real estate investor and mother, Lystra E. Baird.