Doing Business with a Servant's Heart

Steve Ramona

My Podcast is all about serving. How do you serve your clients? Do you bring value? My guests are Top Business Leaders who will get you great resources and tips in my Podcast to help the audience grow their personal and professional life. Helping each other will help us all. I have some incredible stories you can listen to and help you succeed in so many ways!****************************************************************** Intro Song is “Connected" from the “Gratitude” Album by James Kevin O’Connor Music Row Recording Artisthttps://open.spotify.com/track/5u7vgVTItXKAJcNwImg7E4?si=90baa52f0bab468b&nd=1

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Lessons Learned: From Soldier to Successful Leader
4d ago
Lessons Learned: From Soldier to Successful Leader
John McGlothin, a Jag officer, is interviewed about his experience in the military and how it has shaped his life.John talks about his upbringing and how it instilled in him the importance of making his own decisions. He also talks about the importance of getting honest feedback and how the military helped him develop self-awareness.John gives advice to young people who are interested in joining the military. He says that it is a broad spectrum of jobs and lifestyles and that people should do their research to find a good fit. He also talks about the importance of being prepared for the challenges of military life, such as deployment.John defines serving as placing the benefit of others first. He talks about how the military is a place where people can rely on each other and look out for each other. He also talks about the importance of taking responsibility for your actions and how sometimes you have to make tough decisions.John's book, How to Deal with Damn Near Anything: The Paratrooper's Guide to Life, is mentioned in the video. John also leaves the audience with one more piece of advice: all progress is good progress. Don't compare yourself to the ideal and don't dwell on your mistakes. Just keep moving forward and making progress. John served in the military for nine years. [00:02:22]John grew up with his grandma since he was a child. [00:02:52]John decided to join the military after he graduated from high school. [00:03:12]John deployed to Afghanistan. [00:04:00]John left the full-time Army and went to law school on the GI bill. [00:05:22]John wrote a book called "How to Deal with Damn Near Anything: The Paratrooper's Guide to Life". [00:05:32]Get 8 hours back in your work week:"Reclaim your time and say goodbye to endless workweeks. Our strategy-focused discussions will show you how to streamline processes and free up a full workday every week." Visit brainSHARE.us or call Joe directly at 408 899-6737. Find out how to enhance efficiency and productivity so you can have eight additional hours every week for the things that matter most. Let us show you how to turn insights into your reality and recover 8 hours back in your work week.Get your 2024 Serving Journalhttps://www.amazon.com/dp/B0CSNSY1M1Podcast Swag for Doing Business with a Servant's Heart is now available. Click here to check out all the cool stuff.https://millions.co/doing-business-with-a-servant-s-heart-san-joseDo you use Direct Mail for your Marketing? Imagine 90% of the people who get your mail touch it and see it. Earn income to your bottom line.Contact me today with this link https://inphone.co/sr1
Unlock Your Entrepreneurial Dream: Franchising 101 with Lori Karpman
6d ago
Unlock Your Entrepreneurial Dream: Franchising 101 with Lori Karpman
This episode is about franchising and how Lori Karpman helps people find the right franchise for them.Lori is a franchise consultant who helps people find franchises that fit their interests and goals. She also helps companies that want to franchise their business.In the episode, Lori talks about her own career path and how she got into franchising. She also discusses the different steps involved in finding a franchise and the different factors to consider.Here are some of the key takeaways from the episode:Franchising can be a great way to start a business for people who don't want to start from scratch.There are franchises available for almost any industry.It's important to do your research before choosing a franchise.Lori Karpman is a great resource for people who are interested in learning more about franchising.If you are interested in learning more about franchising, I recommend that you contact Lori Karpman. She can help you find the right franchise for you and guide you through the process of getting started.Thank you to my sponsor BrainShare.usGet 8 hours back in your work week:"Reclaim your time and say goodbye to endless workweeks. Our strategy-focused discussions will show you how to streamline processes and free up a full workday every week." Visit brainSHARE.us or call Joe directly at 408 899-6737. Find out how to enhance efficiency and productivity so you can have eight additional hours every week for the things that matter most. Let us show you how to turn insights into your reality and recover 8 hours back in your work week.Get your 2024 Serving Journalhttps://www.amazon.com/dp/B0CSNSY1M1Podcast Swag for Doing Business with a Servant's Heart is now available. Click here to check out all the cool stuff.https://millions.co/doing-business-with-a-servant-s-heart-san-joseDo you use Direct Mail for your Marketing? Imagine 90% of the people who get your mail touch it and see it. Earn income to your bottom line.Contact me today with this link https://inphone.co/sr1
Laughter is the Best Medicine: How Humor Can Improve Your Business Relationships
Feb 15 2024
Laughter is the Best Medicine: How Humor Can Improve Your Business Relationships
This episode is about two businessmen, Steve and Hersh, who discuss the importance of humor and building relationships in business.Here are the key points:Hersh believes that humor can be a great tool in business because it can help people relax and trust each other. He also says that it is important to build relationships with clients and customers.Steve agrees with Hersh and says that he has learned a lot from Hersh about the importance of humor and relationships.Hersh also talks about his book, A Gift of Laughter, which is about a comedian who grew up in New York City.Steve asks Hersh for some advice for the audience, and Hersh says that the most important thing is to take a deep breath and not respond right away. He says that this will give you time to think and make a better decision.With dual chops in comedy and advertising, Hersh Rephun has enjoyed an eclectic career spanning two decades as a message therapist, and as a standup comedian playing gigs across the country. Empathy and accessibility are the hallmarks of his work. He hosts the popular Truth Tastes Funny podcast seeking survival tips for a chaotic world, and the YES, BRAND podcast, helping Founders and CEOs tackle branding challenges with humor and humanity.Godfather of Niche PR; Helped brands like BEARPAW Footwear grow from 8-figures to 9-figures; Performed standup comedy at clubs across the country from Comedy Store in LA, to Comedy Cellar in NY, even the Funny Bone in Des Moines; and the first American standup comedian to perform on hallucinogenic at the Coconut Tea Room in Negril, Jamaica.Connect here https://inphone.co/hershFollow us on Instagram: @Hersh4allon LinkedIn: HershRephunon Twitter: @TruthTstsFunnyOur Website: www.YESBRANDmethod.comGet your 2024 Serving Journalhttps://www.amazon.com/dp/B0CSNSY1M1Podcast Swag for Doing Business with a Servant's Heart is now available. Click here to check out all the cool stuff.https://millions.co/doing-business-with-a-servant-s-heart-san-joseDo you use Direct Mail for your Marketing? Imagine 90% of the people who get your mail touch it and see it. Earn income to your bottom line.Contact me today with this link https://inphone.co/sr1
7 Life-Changing Tips for Building a Successful Business
Feb 12 2024
7 Life-Changing Tips for Building a Successful Business
The speaker of the podcast, Jacqueline Hernandez, is a life coach and business development consultant who helps people overcome struggles and build successful businesses. She is passionate about helping others, and she offers a free coaching group for single moms.In the episode, Jacqueline discusses her own journey as a single mom who built a successful business. She shares her tips for success, which include staying away from excuses, avoiding ego, being a servant, and networking. She also talks about the importance of having a bold vision for your business and the power of taking action.Here are some key takeaways from the episode:Overcome struggles: Jacqueline believes that everyone has struggles, but it is important to overcome them and not let them hold you back.Stay away from excuses: Jacqueline says that excuses are a major obstacle to success. She encourages people to take responsibility for their lives and stop making excuses.Avoid ego: Jacqueline believes that ego can be destructive to success. She encourages people to stay humble and focus on serving others.Be a servant: Jacqueline believes that serving others is one of the most important things you can do in life. She encourages people to find ways to give back to their communities.Network: Jacqueline believes that networking is essential for success. She encourages people to build relationships with others and connect with people who can help them achieve their goals.Have a bold vision: Jacqueline believes that it is important to have a bold vision for your business. She encourages people to dream big and set ambitious goals.Take action: Jacqueline believes that taking action is essential for success. She encourages people to stop procrastinating and start taking steps towards their goals.If you are looking for inspiration and guidance on how to overcome struggles and build a successful business, then this episode is for you. Jacqueline Hernandez is a powerful speaker with a lot of wisdom to share.Get 8 hours back in your work week:"Reclaim your time and say goodbye to endless workweeks. Our strategy-focused discussions will show you how to streamline processes and free up a full workday every week." Visit brainSHARE.us or call Joe directly at 408 899-6737. Find out how to enhance efficiency and productivity so you can have eight additional hours every week for the things that matter most. Let us show you how to turn insights into your reality and recover 8 hours back in your work week.Get your 2024 Serving Journalhttps://www.amazon.com/dp/B0CSNSY1M1Podcast Swag for Doing Business with a Servant's Heart is now available. Click here to check out all the cool stuff.https://millions.co/doing-business-with-a-servant-s-heart-san-joseDo you use Direct Mail for your Marketing? Imagine 90% of the people who get your mail touch it and see it. Earn income to your bottom line.Contact me today with this link https://inphone.co/sr1
How I Found My Purpose in Helping Others: Daniel Cole's Story
Feb 6 2024
How I Found My Purpose in Helping Others: Daniel Cole's Story
This podcast is about Daniel Cole, the founder of peer support website Pay What You Can Peer Support, and his journey of building the site.Daniel struggled with OCD for many years before he realized what it was. He found peer support groups helpful in his own journey, and he wanted to create a platform to make peer support more accessible to others.Pay What You Can Peer Support is a website that offers peer support groups for a variety of mental health conditions. The groups are facilitated by moderators who have experience with the condition themselves. The site is designed to be affordable and accessible, and people can pay what they can afford to attend a group.Daniel is passionate about helping others and making a difference in the world. He believes that peer support can be a powerful tool for healing and growth.Here are some of the key takeaways from the podcast:Peer support can be a helpful tool for people with mental health conditions.Pay What You Can Peer Support is a website that offers affordable and accessible peer support groups.Daniel Cole is the founder of Pay What You Can Peer Support and is passionate about helping others.If you are interested in learning more about Pay What You Can Peer Support, you can visit their website at www.paywhatyoucanpeersupport.com.Get your 2024 Serving Journalhttps://www.amazon.com/dp/B0CSNSY1M1Podcast Swag for Doing Business with a Servant's Heart is now available. Click here to check out all the cool stuff.https://millions.co/doing-business-with-a-servant-s-heart-san-joseDo you use Direct Mail for your Marketing? Imagine 90% of the people who get your mail touch it and see it. Earn income to your bottom line.Contact me today with this link https://inphone.co/sr1
Helping Teens Find Their Purpose: A Conversation with Phil Vetrano, College & Career Coach
Feb 3 2024
Helping Teens Find Their Purpose: A Conversation with Phil Vetrano, College & Career Coach
This podcast is about helping parents and students with college and career planning. The guest speaker, Phil Vetrano, is an independent College and Career coach who helps students figure out what they want to do for the rest of their lives. He also works with parents to support them in this process.Here are some of the key points from the podcast:The high school model is not designed to help students determine their purpose. No support system is in place to help students identify their goals and interests.Parents need to be more involved in their children's college and career planning. They can start talking to their children about their interests and goals early in high school.There are resources available to help parents and students with college and career planning. Phil Vetrano's website, helpapedia.org, is an excellent place to start.If you are a parent or student struggling with college and career planning, I encourage you to listen to this podcast and visit Phil Vetrano's website.PlanningAndVision.com   HELPipedia.org  https://www.linkedin.com/in/phil-vetrano-mba/ https://www.meetup.com/helpipedia-it-takes-a-community/members/Get your 2024 Serving Journalhttps://www.amazon.com/dp/B0CSNSY1M1Podcast Swag for Doing Business with a Servant's Heart is now available. Click here to check out all the cool stuff.https://millions.co/doing-business-with-a-servant-s-heart-san-joseDo you use Direct Mail for your Marketing? Imagine 90% of the people who get your mail touch it and see it. Earn income to your bottom line.Contact me today with this link https://inphone.co/sr1
Resources for Business Success: Chuck Scharenberg Shares His Expertise
Jan 24 2024
Resources for Business Success: Chuck Scharenberg Shares His Expertise
This podcast is about serving others through business. The guest speaker is Chuck Scharenberg, who helps business owners achieve more profit and freedom. He believes the key to success is serving your clients and stakeholders well.Here are some key points from the podcast:Chuck starts by asking his clients what is important to them. He then uses this information to develop a customized plan to help them achieve their goals.He believes it is important for business owners to be ready, willing, and able to work with him. He also says he is happy to refer potential clients to other professionals if they do not fit his services well.Chuck focuses on working between 1 and 20 million dollars with manufacturers and business owners.He has over 25 years of experience and has helped many clients succeed.One of the biggest problems he sees with clients is that they have roadblocks in achieving their goals. He helps them to identify and remove these roadblocks.He also helps clients to make decisions and to take action.Chuck believes that business owners need to talk to their stakeholders regularly. This includes their investors, peers, direct reports, vendors, and customers.Overall, this podcast is a valuable resource for business owners who are looking to grow their businesses and achieve more freedom. Resources for Business Success: Chuck Scharenberg Shares His Expertise is a knowledgeable and experienced professional who can help you to reach your goals.Chuck says that the most important thing is to start with a conversation with the client to find out what’s important to them and what their goals are. (1:15)He says that his ideal client is a business owner between 1 and 20 million dollars in manufacturing. (6:12)Chuck says that one of the biggest problems he sees with clients is that they have a roadblock to achieving their goals and it’s his job to help them sort that up. (8:15)He says that he helps clients by chunking things down to incremental steps and continuous growth. (11:12)Chuck says that one piece of advice he can give to the audience is that business owners need to talk to their stakeholders. (14:45)Get your 2024 Serving Journalhttps://www.amazon.com/dp/B0CSNSY1M1Podcast Swag for Doing Business with a Servant's Heart is now available. Click here to check out all the cool stuff.https://millions.co/doing-business-with-a-servant-s-heart-san-joseDo you use Direct Mail for your Marketing? Imagine 90% of the people who get your mail touch it and see it. Earn income to your bottom line.Contact me today with this link https://inphone.co/sr1
Marketing Like a Pro: Target Your Ideal Client for Maximum Customer Acquisition
Jan 22 2024
Marketing Like a Pro: Target Your Ideal Client for Maximum Customer Acquisition
The guest speaker, Nicole Glover, is a marketing expert who helps businesses grow from $5 million to $600 million. She shared her insights on how to create the right message for your target audience, how to attract and retain employees, and how to be a successful CEO.Here are some key takeaways from the episode:Know your ideal client: Make sure you know who your ideal client is and their needs. Talk to your current clients to find out why they chose you and what keeps them returning.Create the right message: Your marketing message should align with your ideal client's wants and needs. Don't just create a message that you think is good; make sure it's relevant to your target audience.Put your message out there: Once you have the right message, put it out there where your clients are going to see it. This could mean advertising on social media, attending industry events, or creating content that your target audience will find valuable.Be a servant leader: The best CEOs are servant leaders who focus on serving their employees and customers. This means being authentic, caring, and always willing to help others.If you want to grow your business, these are some great tips to remember. Remember, it's all about serving your clients and employees and creating a win-win situation for everyone involved.Get your 2024 Serving Journalhttps://www.amazon.com/dp/B0CSNSY1M1Podcast Swag for Doing Business with a Servant's Heart is now available. Click here to check out all the cool stuff.https://millions.co/doing-business-with-a-servant-s-heart-san-joseDo you use Direct Mail for your Marketing? Imagine 90% of the people who get your mail touch it and see it. Earn income to your bottom line.Contact me today with this link https://inphone.co/sr1
Don't Leave Money on the Table: Everything You Need to Know About the ERC
Jan 18 2024
Don't Leave Money on the Table: Everything You Need to Know About the ERC
This podcast episode is about the Employee Retention Credit (ERC), a tax credit that was created to help businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic. The hosts, Michael and Steve, are experts in the ERC and they explain how businesses can qualify for the credit and how to claim it. They also share some personal stories about why they are passionate about helping businesses.Here are some key points from the episode:The ERC is a refundable tax credit that can be worth up to $26,000 per employee.Businesses can qualify for the ERC if they experienced a decline in revenue in 2020 or 2021, or if they were forced to shut down due to government restrictions.The ERC is available to businesses of all sizes, including small businesses with only one employee.Michael and Steve have helped over 5,000 businesses claim the ERC, and they have recovered over $200 million in tax credits for their clients.They are passionate about helping businesses because they believe that small businesses are the lifeblood of the American economy.If you are a business owner, you should listen to this episode to learn more about the ERC and see if you qualify. It could save you a lot of money.ntroduction (0:00 - 1:04)What is ERC and who is it for (1:04 - 5:20)ERC stands for Employee Retention Credit.It is a tax credit for businesses that helps them keep their employees on payroll during the COVID-19 pandemic.Small and medium businesses with up to 500 employees are eligible.How to apply for ERC (5:20 - 8:22)There is an online application that takes about 12 minutes to complete.A team of professionals will help you with the application and any troubleshooting.Deadline to apply for ERC (8:22 - 9:04)The deadline to apply for ERC is April 15, 2024.Why you should apply for ERC (9:04 - 12:24)Even if you don't think you qualify, it is still worth applying to find out.The average business owner has received over $200,000 in ERC refunds.About the speakers (12:24 - 14:44)Michael and Steve are both veterans who are passionate about helping businesses.Michael is the CEO of ERC Credits and Steve is the author of the book "Beyond Success".Conclusion (14:44 - 16:53)Michael and Steve encourage listeners to reach out to them for help with ERC.Steve shares his advice for success: focus on why you do what you do.Get your 2024 Serving Journalhttps://www.amazon.com/dp/B0CSNSY1M1Podcast Swag for Doing Business with a Servant's Heart is now available. Click here to check out all the cool stuff.https://millions.co/doing-business-with-a-servant-s-heart-san-joseDo you use Direct Mail for your Marketing? Imagine 90% of the people who get your mail touch it and see it. Earn income to your bottom line.Contact me today with this link https://inphone.co/sr1
The Business of Helping Others: Startup Builder Joseph Katz
Jan 16 2024
The Business of Helping Others: Startup Builder Joseph Katz
The host, Steve, interviews Joseph Katz, a startup builder. Joseph says that he is passionate about solving puzzles and that startups are like puzzles to him. He enjoys the challenge of putting the pieces together and creating something new.Joseph believes that the key to success in startups is to keep things simple and avoid overcomplicating things. He says some startups fail because they try to make things too complex. He also believes that it is essential to build relationships with the people you work with.Joseph says he typically starts working with a startup by building relationships with the founders and understanding their goals and objectives. He then helps them to put the foundation in place for their business, such as developing processes and procedures. He also helps them with marketing and sales.Joseph says that he has been successful in helping startups grow because he focuses on building relationships and providing value. He says he is not interested in working with businesses just trying to copy what someone else is doing. He wants to work with companies doing something unique and challenging the status quo.If you are interested in learning more about Joseph Katz, you can find him on LinkedIn or his websitehttps://www.linkedin.com/in/josefkatz/Get your 2024 Serving Journalhttps://www.amazon.com/dp/B0CSNSY1M1Podcast Swag for Doing Business with a Servant's Heart is now available. Click here to check out all the cool stuff.https://millions.co/doing-business-with-a-servant-s-heart-san-joseDo you use Direct Mail for your Marketing? Imagine 90% of the people who get your mail touch it and see it. Earn income to your bottom line.Contact me today with this link https://inphone.co/sr1
Find and Follow Your Calling with Dale Young
Jan 8 2024
Find and Follow Your Calling with Dale Young
This episode is about finding and following your calling. The guest, Dale Young, is a coach who helps people overcome chaos and find clarity in their lives. He believes that everyone has a unique calling from God, and that it is our job to figure out what that calling is and then pursue it.Dale shares his own story of how he found his calling and offers some advice for the audience on how to find their own calling. He suggests that people start by praying and asking God for guidance. He also encourages people to be open to new opportunities and to not be afraid to step outside of their comfort zones.Dale's advice is both practical and inspiring. He reminds us that we are all unique and that we all have something special to offer the world. He encourages us to find our calling and to use our gifts to make a difference in the world.Here are some key points from the episode:Everyone has a unique calling from God.It is our job to figure out what our calling is and then pursue it.We can find our calling by praying about it and asking God for guidance.We should be open to new opportunities and not be afraid to step outside of our comfort zones.We can use our gifts to make a difference in the world.00:00 - 01:20 - Introduction to the podcast and the guest, Dale Young.01:20 - 03:20 - Discussion of the three C's: chaos, clarity, and calling.03:20 - 05:20 - Dale explains his coaching approach and how he helps people find their calling.05:20 - 07:20 - Dale talks about the importance of prayer in coaching.07:20 - 10:20 - Dale discusses the four circles of calling: job, abilities, heart cry, and desires of the heart.10:20 - 12:20 - Dale talks about his book, The Next Level, and how it can help people find their calling.12:20 - 14:20 - Dale offers a freebie to the audience: a diagram of the four circles of calling.14:20 - 15:20 - Dale encourages the audience to reach out to him for help.15:20 - 17:20 - Dale talks about his book, The Identity Key.17:20 - 20:20 - Dale talks about his chapter in the book, The Next Level, and how it can help people find their calling.20:20 - 22:20 - Dale offers a freebie to the audience: his story and the calling document.22:20 - 24:20 - Dale gives advice to the audience: find out how you are unique and go do what God wants you to do with that wiring.Get your 2024 Serving Journalhttps://www.amazon.com/dp/B0CSNSY1M1Podcast Swag for Doing Business with a Servant's Heart is now available. Click here to check out all the cool stuff.https://millions.co/doing-business-with-a-servant-s-heart-san-joseDo you use Direct Mail for your Marketing? Imagine 90% of the people who get your mail touch it and see it. Earn income to your bottom line.Contact me today with this link https://inphone.co/sr1
How To Start Loving Insurance
Jan 5 2024
How To Start Loving Insurance
This episode is about how Ryan Hanley got into the insurance industry and how he uses technology to make it more accessible to small businesses.Ryan Hanley is the CEO of Rogue Risk, a commercial insurance agency that uses video proposals to educate and customize insurance for small businesses. He got into the insurance industry because his then-girlfriend's father made him become an insurance agent for his local Independent Insurance Agency, the Dowry, for her hand in marriage.Ryan believes the traditional insurance industry is underserving small businesses, so he started Rogue Risk. Rogue Risk uses video proposals to educate small businesses about their insurance needs and provide customized quotes. This allows small businesses to make informed decisions about their insurance and to get the coverage they need at a competitive price.Ryan has found that using video proposals has been very successful for Rogue Risk. 80% of the video proposals that Rogue Risk sends out are viewed after 5 pm, and 50% are considered after 7 pm. This is because small business owners are busy during the day and need more time to meet with insurance agents. Video proposals allow them to learn about their insurance needs at their convenience.Ryan also uses video proposals to build relationships with small business owners. He finds that small business owners appreciate that he is taking the time to educate them about their insurance needs and provide them with customized quotes. This has helped him to build a strong reputation in the small business community.If you are a small business owner, Ryan encourages you to contact Rogue Risk to learn how they can help you with your insurance needs. You can also find more information on the Rogue Risk website.Get your 2024 Serving Journalhttps://www.amazon.com/dp/B0CSNSY1M1Podcast Swag for Doing Business with a Servant's Heart is now available. Click here to check out all the cool stuff.https://millions.co/doing-business-with-a-servant-s-heart-san-joseDo you use Direct Mail for your Marketing? Imagine 90% of the people who get your mail touch it and see it. Earn income to your bottom line.Contact me today with this link https://inphone.co/sr1
Networking, Cybersecurity, and Leadership: Insights
Jan 4 2024
Networking, Cybersecurity, and Leadership: Insights
Esther Deutsch is a young entrepreneur who is passionate about bringing the human element to the business world. She is the co-author of the book From Mental Health to Mindset, which talks about the importance of mental health for entrepreneurs. She is also the founder of the In the Round Table, a virtual business relationship building networking group.In this episode, Esther shares her insights on networking, cybersecurity, and leadership. She emphasizes the importance of building relationships with people who share your values and can help you achieve your goals. She also stresses the importance of having strong cybersecurity measures in place to protect your business from cyberattacks. Finally, she encourages everyone to be a leader, regardless of their job title.Here are some key takeaways from the episode:Networking is essential for building relationships and achieving your goals.Cybersecurity is critical for protecting your business from cyberattacks.Leadership is not a job title, it's a stance in the world.Get your 2024 Serving Journalhttps://www.amazon.com/dp/B0CSNSY1M1Podcast Swag for Doing Business with a Servant's Heart is now available. Click here to check out all the cool stuff.https://millions.co/doing-business-with-a-servant-s-heart-san-joseDo you use Direct Mail for your Marketing? Imagine 90% of the people who get your mail touch it and see it. Earn income to your bottom line.Contact me today with this link https://inphone.co/sr1
8 Non-Negotiables of Sales Success with Joe Pici
Dec 29 2023
8 Non-Negotiables of Sales Success with Joe Pici
This episode is about sales and consultative sales.Joe Pici is a sales coach who has been in the industry for over 40 years. He has a five-step process for consultative sales that he teaches in his sales Boot Camp. The five steps are:Find the challengeFind the desired resultFind the timelineFill the needAsk for the salePici also believes that it is important to have the right mindset for sales. He says that you need to "find the prize, find the price, pay it, and it's worth it."Here are some of the key takeaways from the episode:Consultative sales is about getting the potential buyer to talk more about their needs, challenges, and desired results.It is important to ask for the sale.The right mindset for sales is to "find the prize, find the price, pay it, and it's worth it."Joe Pici has been Ranked at the Top Of The List for Sales Training and Speaking for the past 6 Years.  His Rapport Mastery Sales Training has been Ranked #1 in the World by Global GurusGlobal Gurus Ranking Top Of List for 6 years#1 Sales Training Program in the WorldBeen in Business since 1992www.piciandpici.com  The Salesedge Podcast  Linkedin/JoePiciGet your 2024 Serving Journalhttps://www.amazon.com/dp/B0CSNSY1M1Podcast Swag for Doing Business with a Servant's Heart is now available. Click here to check out all the cool stuff.https://millions.co/doing-business-with-a-servant-s-heart-san-joseDo you use Direct Mail for your Marketing? Imagine 90% of the people who get your mail touch it and see it. Earn income to your bottom line.Contact me today with this link https://inphone.co/sr1
Goals vs. Desires with Morris Sims
Dec 27 2023
Goals vs. Desires with Morris Sims
This episode is about how to achieve your goals and desires. Morris Sims, a business owner and podcaster, shares his insights on what it takes to be successful. He discusses the importance of clarity, purpose, and strategy. He also shares a personal story about how he started his own business after retirement.Here are some key points from the episode:Be clear about what you want.Know your why.Develop a strategic action plan.Focus on one or two strategies.Be patient and persistent.[00:00:02] The Importance of Business Management for Salespeople and the Difference Between Commission Checks and Revenue[00:03:13] Main Topic: Service-Oriented Leadership and Making Sales[00:06:26] The Importance of Honest Communication in Business Success[00:09:43] Main Topic: Balancing Needs in Business and Family Life in the Face of Illness[00:13:02] The Main Topic of this Podcast Section Summary:The Incredible Resilience of the Speaker's Son[00:16:18] Main Topic: Taking Your Business to the Next Step[00:19:29] How to Appreciate People in Your Life through Handwritten Notes and Podcast Guests to Inform and Help Others[00:23:03] The Clarity Principle: Finding Your Path to Reach Your Goals[00:26:03] The Power of Setting a Goal and Achieving itmorrissims.comGet your 2024 Serving Journalhttps://www.amazon.com/dp/B0CSNSY1M1Podcast Swag for Doing Business with a Servant's Heart is now available. Click here to check out all the cool stuff.https://millions.co/doing-business-with-a-servant-s-heart-san-joseDo you use Direct Mail for your Marketing? Imagine 90% of the people who get your mail touch it and see it. Earn income to your bottom line.Contact me today with this link https://inphone.co/sr1
How to Build a Thriving Business by Investing in Your People
Dec 21 2023
How to Build a Thriving Business by Investing in Your People
This episode is about the importance of people in business. Steve Remmel, a successful entrepreneur, shares his insights on how to build a thriving business by investing in your people. He emphasizes that people are the foundation of any successful business, and that treating your customers and employees with respect is essential. Remmel also discusses the importance of personal development and continuous growth. He encourages listeners to never stop learning and growing, as this will benefit them both personally and professionally.Here are some key points from the episode:Invest in your people. This is the most important thing you can do to build a successful business.Treat your customers and employees with respect. This will create a positive and productive work environment.Never stop growing. Personal development is essential for success in both your personal and professional life.1:30 What is servant leadership?4:25 How can servant leadership be applied in business?7:20 Examples of servant leadership in action10:30 The benefits of servant leadership13:00 How to become a servant leader16:00 Q&AGet your 2024 Serving Journalhttps://www.amazon.com/dp/B0CSNSY1M1Podcast Swag for Doing Business with a Servant's Heart is now available. Click here to check out all the cool stuff.https://millions.co/doing-business-with-a-servant-s-heart-san-joseDo you use Direct Mail for your Marketing? Imagine 90% of the people who get your mail touch it and see it. Earn income to your bottom line.Contact me today with this link https://inphone.co/sr1
Supporting Veterans and Building Businesses
Dec 13 2023
Supporting Veterans and Building Businesses
This video is an interview with Cristie Remmel, a veteran and entrepreneur who runs two businesses: the DFW Veterans Chamber and Blue Dragonfly, a graphic design firm. The video discusses her journey from the military to starting her own businesses and the challenges and rewards she has experienced along the way.Cristie served in the Navy and then worked various jobs before starting Blue Dragonfly. She founded the DFW Veterans Chamber to help veterans transition to civilian life and start their own businesses. The chamber offers resources and support to veterans, including networking events, educational workshops, and business development assistance. 0:00 - 1:00: Introduction and welcome to the podcast.1:00 - 2:00: Introduction of the guest, Christy Remmel, and her background.2:00 - 4:00: Christy talks about her motivation for joining the military and how it helped her in her business.4:00 - 6:00: Discussion about the DFW Veterans Chamber and its mission.6:00 - 8:00: How the DFW Veterans Chamber works and the benefits of membership.8:00 - 10:00: Christy's other business, Blue Dragonfly, and how it fits into the chamber.10:00 - 12:00: A success story of a veteran helped by the DFW chamber and Blue Dragonfly.12:00 - 14:00: How to get involved with the DFW Veterans Chamber and Blue Dragonfly.14:00 - 16:00: Books that have helped Christy on her journey.16:00 - 18:00: Christy's advice for the audience.18:00 - 20:00: Closing remarks and outro. Get your 2024 Serving Journalhttps://www.amazon.com/dp/B0CSNSY1M1Podcast Swag for Doing Business with a Servant's Heart is now available. Click here to check out all the cool stuff.https://millions.co/doing-business-with-a-servant-s-heart-san-joseDo you use Direct Mail for your Marketing? Imagine 90% of the people who get your mail touch it and see it. Earn income to your bottom line.Contact me today with this link https://inphone.co/sr1