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With Luke Guy

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  • ATG 26: Dave  I Talk About Software Creation and Outreach

    ATG 26: Dave & I Talk About Software Creation and Outreach

    05/09/2016 Duración: 29min

    Listen as David and I go over his online platform, Ninja Outreach. We cover the topics of validation, outreach, and relationships. His story is a good one and you'll learn how a business can grow by using his very methods of outreach. He shows us how he was mentioned by top bloggers and how he grows his online outreach program. WHAT I’VE LEARNED: -That outreach is very important in business -Without marketing, your product will fade away -Keeping your connections hot is crucial in business -Organizing contacts is hard many times but needs to happen -If you don't have a marketing plan don't create product quite yet   The post ATG 26: Dave & I Talk About Software Creation and Outreach appeared first on LG MARKETING.

  • ATG 25.1: Allison makes over 100k online being a chef

    ATG 25.1: Allison makes over 100k online being a chef

    17/08/2016 Duración: 25min

    What started out as a passion, Allison began her journey in gaining a culinary degree. She graduates and now is left to make a decision. Should she go the route as everyone else? Or should she take her own journey? The way it ends is very cool, or begin I should say:) Becoming a teacher, Allison solves a major pain point for people all over the country. She creates food preparation content and people pay for it! What started out to be a one-on-one thing, she now helps thousands of people. Listen as we talk about her journey. Her special offer to us: http://prepdish.com/luke What you'll learn: -You never know where your passion will take you -It may not exactly turn exactly as you thought, but you'll be happy -Learn how to scale your idea and make more in less time -How to study pain points The post ATG 25.1: Allison makes over 100k online being a chef appeared first on LG MARKETING.

  • ATG 25: What My Successful Podcast Guest All Have In Common

    ATG 25: What My Successful Podcast Guest All Have In Common

    11/08/2016 Duración: 16min

    What Do My Successful Podcast Guest All Have In Common? One thing. They find a niche they love so much. From there they make friends and simply enjoy the environment, but one day something bad happens...  They run into a problem within their niche that was hurting everybody. The pain was real and they had to solve it. They stay up at night to solve this problem and can't sleep right until they do. They eventually solve it and present it to their friends within their niche.  Kaboom, business born. This happens many times within my interviews and I go over this more within the episode of how this usually works out. My podcast episode today in summary I have been so grateful for my guest. I have learned so much from them and have taken their tips to grow myself and my brand. In this episode, we will be going over those takeaways and how you can implement those into your brand. This episode is much shorter than my others, but it's slammed with what I have found to create successful brands.  What I've learned: -

  • ATG 24: Dan Anton  I Talk About SEO Product Validation And Launch

    ATG 24: Dan Anton & I Talk About SEO Product Validation And Launch

    02/08/2016 Duración: 36min

    Dan Anton owns a SAAS company and marketing agency in Atlanta. He's number #1 for the keyword  "Atlanta SEO" and uses that for credibility. We also talk about how he built connections within forums to build his first product and hit $30k/monthly in just a few months.  Starting with a pain point he studies what's missing in the SEO world within software. Starting with an email list of 30 people he grows his base to over 30,000 people. It wasn't always this good though for Dan. He had began so many businesses before, such as a video game business, a social network business, and others. What you'll learn is that a good product does a lot for you when you REALLY solve a problem. Validating it is more important than actually creating it, but it all starts with connecting and engaging with your peers. His Website: atlantaseo.marketing How do you launch products and be successful? You do what Dan did. You study your own problems and see which ones really need a solution. Write down your major pains and find out if

  • ATG 23: Trivinia Barber  I Talk About Virtual Assistance, Connections, And Root Beer

    ATG 23: Trivinia Barber & I Talk About Virtual Assistance, Connections, And Root Beer

    26/07/2016 Duración: 37min

    Trivinia is a VA team recruiter and she is really good at what she does. She has built a team of over 54 employees and she has worked with some major players in the blogging world. People that she has worked with include: Amy Porterfield (@amyporterfield) Michael Hyatt (@michaelhyatt) Todd Hermon (@todd_herman) Her site is: www.priorityva.com One thing that Trivinia does that most forget to do and that's connect with everyone and to treat everyone equal (everywhere you go). You should treat everyone with respect because you never know where that connection could lead you. Most look at appearance and that's it. However, you need to give in conversation every chance you get and be resourceful. Trivinia Barber let's family-time drive her to work harder and to gain more time. She uses this family concept and treats everyone so great. Just like she did me. That's why I know she will make a great VA for anyone who needs one. She uses this family concept as her business ethic and treats everyone so great. Just lik

  • ATG 22: Todd  I Talk About Business And How To Be Featured On Sites Like HuffPo

    ATG 22: Todd & I Talk About Business And How To Be Featured On Sites Like HuffPo

    19/07/2016 Duración: 27min

    Listen to Todd Van Duzer talk with me today about traveling and the balance of business. He loves to travel and loves making connections. However, we must learn the balance as Todd did after his first business "crash". After seeing his business fail, Todd decides to take his business more serious and still travel like he wants, but this time with more strategy. After the first failure of his business, Todd puts it into gear and works hard to bring his business back.  He does that well and get's featured by Huffington Post and really get's things going again. So failure isn't bad, it's honestly good. The pain is what drives us, and we learn from our mistakes. We just can't give in. We must collect our data and understand where we lost. Then try again.  Listen to Todd and me as we discuss all this in the interview. You don't want to miss the episode by far and make to sure subscribe to hear from more great minds like Todd Van Duzer. The post ATG 22: Todd & I Talk About Business And How To Be Featured On Sites

  • ATG 21: Rand Fishkin Founder Of Moz Speaks With Me About Business  How To Become A Major Influencer

    ATG 21: Rand Fishkin Founder Of Moz Speaks With Me About Business & How To Become A Major Influencer

    12/07/2016 Duración: 37min

    I get to speak with the humble but yet fascinating Rand Fishkin. He started Moz, the SEO software company, and in 2016 his company handles over 35,000 customers. It all began in 2004 for Rand and I wanted to dig deep into his mind of how all this began. I wanted to hear his strategy of marketing outreach. What did he do to make this fly so well? I sit down for 30+ minutes and learn from a guy who knows how to brand. The conversation was definitely interesting and I was very intrigued to hear his answers. Questions I ask Rand Fishkin in this interview are: Would you recommend new content creators trying to take on the marketing world in 2016? If so, how would you approach it. Which one do you focus on most? Making the product greater or outreach? That seems to be a hard choice for bloggers. How did you outreach your idea in the year of 2004? What steps did you take? Who are three people that guided you and help make this happen? We also talk about the number one weakness of the business owners: FOCUS. He tal

  • ATG 20: Stuart Trier, 3 Businesses and His Journey Along The Way

    ATG 20: Stuart Trier, 3 Businesses and His Journey Along The Way

    06/07/2016 Duración: 29min

    Stuart Trier is an admin over a group I follow. Knowing me, you understand I'm reaching out pretty heavy and always looking to hear another good story. Well, Stuart has one for us that will make your day. After reaching out I discover that Stuart has done a lot of cool things in business. You never know about people until you ask! The story: Starting his business  in his early 20s, Stuart finds himself starting a hardware company where he sells tools with his friend. They open shop one weekend and they promote the event heavy for a few weeks. When they arrive at the scene of the store for grand opening, they see a long line of people awaiting them. Ever since then, his taste for business has been strong. He sells that company while it was making over a few million a year and decides to try other things. We talk about the 2nd business and then the 3rd which is his SEO cheat sheets company. Doing very well, Stuart tells us how connections have changed his life forever. Site: www.seocheatguides.com The post ATG

  • ATG 19: Talent Plus Connecting Like a Hustler Equals Ratana’s Amazing Journey

    ATG 19: Talent Plus Connecting Like a Hustler Equals Ratana’s Amazing Journey

    28/06/2016 Duración: 41min

    Ratana grew up singing, loving musicals, theater, cartoons, and anything dealing with illustration. She ended up studying marketing and advertising at Michigan State University, where she learned that creating amazing brands is very much like telling an amazing story. She would learn marketing and gain this very important skill to start here career. It was something she felt she had to do if she was going to work in the corporate world. She loved story creation however and her heart was pulling at her, but she needed a way to make money at the same time. After much work, and outreach, Ratana figured out the perfect combination and has been sailing ever since with her leap into the wild business world of entrepreneurship. Now she's much happier with her setup and loving the journey thus far. She's very talented with her voice and has also been featured in video games (too cool!). Ratana & I have a great conversation about what her outreach looks like, and what tools she uses to maintain that flow. Also, don’t

  • ATG 18: 10 employees under 3 Years In Lawncare (Connection Powerhouse)

    ATG 18: 10 employees under 3 Years In Lawncare (Connection Powerhouse)

    22/06/2016 Duración: 37min

    Roger started a lawn care company under 3 years ago after a business deal goes bad at another company and he & his brother are forced to hit the streets. With families and broken dreams, Roger decides that giving up was not an option. They begin doing what they know best and start a lawn care business. A very specific niche in lawn care on top of that, with using chemicals on the plantation. They stuck with what they knew and didn't go beyond their knowledge just for money. That was a good choice on their part. Knocking on doors, calling people, and connecting was the first thing they did when starting their business. Roger talks about the long days and late nights and how the business began growing rapidly and soon they would be turning over some crazy money. They add on pest control & termite control and things get even better for them. I ask Roger, what was driving him because I felt like something was unusual about him than most of my guest. He gave me a general answer, but it wasn't good enough for me. W

  • ATG 17: How Did Seth Godin Become Successful

    ATG 17: How Did Seth Godin Become Successful

    15/06/2016 Duración: 12min

    Notes: -He wanted to graduate Highschool and he did. -He wanted to graduate Tufts University & Graduate School of Business. And he did. -At the age of 26, he invested $20k into his new business, Seth Godin Productions. Primarily a book packaging business, out of an apartment in New York City. 1991—The Worlds of Power series was published. He’d sell over 1 million of these. -He sold the Seth Godin Productions and started Yoyodyne in 1995. “Yoyodyne” was a fictional company introduced as a fictional defense contractor in Thomas Pynchon's  and featured prominently in his novel The Crying of Lot 49. -Permission marketing was born and Seth coined the phrase.  Permission marketing aims to sell products and services only when the user  gives consent in advance to receive the marketing information. Like Amazon does, or even Google with their ads. -In August, 1996, venture-capital firm Flatiron Partners invested $4 million in Yoyodyne in return for a 20% stake. -Over one million viewers visited the site, and the comp

  • ATG 16: Jane Shares Her Methods Of Connecting With Journalist

    ATG 16: Jane Shares Her Methods Of Connecting With Journalist

    14/06/2016 Duración: 30min

    Jane Tabachnick, my guest today, talks about her journey of publishing and making stories come alive. When she sees a possible story that she thinks will do well, she helps that person in getting PR and making their dreams come true. Through this process, she has seen many clients climb to the top. Like a coach, she shares her experience and wisdom with them. Today, she does that with us. We learn she has a director type spirit and loves investing her time into stories she thinks will fly. You may not have a book yet, I don't, but there is certainly some major takeaway here. Getting a hold of journalist and publishers isn't easy. The world is after these people, and they're running like they're on fire. You must first invest your time into people before asking something in return. How do you know which one's to invest your time in? How do you know this is worth your effort? Can you actually be featured in major news centers? Jane gives us her wisdom her and we see through her eyes today in how she determines

  • ATG 15: Beth Nydick Meets Dr. Oz  Jay Leno With These Secret Connection Tips

    ATG 15: Beth Nydick Meets Dr. Oz & Jay Leno With These Secret Connection Tips

    07/06/2016 Duración: 33min

    Beth Nydick, my guest today, talks about the old days of maintaining connections with rolodex cards and telephones. Years later she's keeping the connections hot and talks of how she has landed some cool positions throughout her life. One thing that she mastered quickly, was her fear. She talks of how she met Jay Leno and asks him personally for a favor. She speaks of her latest feature with Dr. Oz and how she got inside the doors to make that happen. We listen to this and if you listen closely, you'll get some takeaways for your business. What's the biggest thing stopping you from executing your next plan or meeting that new person? It's one word. Fear. If we overcome the thought of rejection and instead let it empower us, we can do things most can't. Beth shares those stories of how rejection was nearby, but that didn't stop her from rising and reaching to people that could change her life. We learn how Beth has walked this journey and how connections actually got her where she's at today. Listen to her  as

  • ATG 14: Was you late for the party? (Inspirational)

    ATG 14: Was you late for the party? (Inspirational)

    31/05/2016 Duración: 09min

    I'm loving creating these inspiration clips for you and it drives me to do more interviews so I can get to these type of episodes. I hope it helps you because it's like my personal diary. I encourage you and at the same time, it encourages me to keep going. I use to listen to these type of motivational speeches with the cool music, and would listen on Fridays to pump me up. That's when I had weekends off:) Today's episode was to discuss about us being late for major events, investments, and platform growth. Reason I talk about this is because we have seen many grow with platforms just because they showed up early and took a risk. We arrive late, due to age or simply not knowing, and feel left out. In this episode though, I talk about how we should focus instead of wishing for luck. We are to form a skill, and not to wish life away. The post ATG 14: Was you late for the party? (Inspirational) appeared first on LG MARKETING.

  • ATG 13: Ian works for the Olympics, Bloomberg, and CNN With 3 Secrets

    ATG 13: Ian works for the Olympics, Bloomberg, and CNN With 3 Secrets

    24/05/2016 Duración: 43min

    Ian O' Sullivan, my guest today, has traveling in his blood and has seen so much during his lifetime. However, what we talk about in this episode is his secrets with connecting with people all over the world. Making friends in a matter of weeks meant landing a job at the Olympics. Connecting with interviewers and with people on the inside of Bloomberg meant landing a huge job with no prior experience. His strategies also meant connecting with crazy reporters and getting his footage featured on CNN. You can use these skills to build connections anywhere to build your business or simply to be a better person. Ian talks about the three ingredients it takes to land successful connections. We learn about those in the interview and how in short periods of time, Ian made friends just in time to get him to the next level. You're definitely going to love today's episode as me and Ian travel back in time of past journeys with people. Also, don’t forget to subscribe to us on iTunes or Sticher! Mentioned in episode: www.

  • ATG 12: Mike  Luke Talk About 6 Figure Profits Under 3 years  How Connections Made That Happen

    ATG 12: Mike & Luke Talk About 6 Figure Profits Under 3 years & How Connections Made That Happen

    17/05/2016 Duración: 34min

    Mike and Luke talk about Mike's business and how he had dreamed of freedom just a few years ago. He wanted more and decided to jump and do his own thing. We'll 3 years later we talk about how that went and how connections have given him the boost he needed in order to make it go smoothly. Mike's business is in pest control and that's not easy to connect over! However, Mike found ways to do it and it has helped hit amazing numbers for such a small business. Also, don’t forget to subscribe to us on iTunes or Sticher! Mentioned in episode: www.bugbullypest.com WHAT YOU’LL LEARN: -You need energy to start off your business -Mike's taste for freedom drove him in the right direction -Hobbies many times make you money through the connections you make -Listening is the best way to connect The post ATG 12: Mike & Luke Talk About 6 Figure Profits Under 3 years & How Connections Made That Happen appeared first on LG MARKETING.

  • ATG 11: Gavin Green Grows Carpet Cleaner Company With These Connecting Strategies

    ATG 11: Gavin Green Grows Carpet Cleaner Company With These Connecting Strategies

    10/05/2016 Duración: 21min

    Gavin & I talk about the beginning days of his carpet cleaning company. It was painful and very discouraging. He was about to close shop until he realized what he'd be going back to, the desk job. He took this energy to repel him like a rocket and he began to make connections like crazy. After much hard work, someone gives him a call and it would be the beginning of something amazing. The energy he describes is the very thing you need to catch in the glory days to catch like fire. Also, don't forget to subscribe to us on iTunes or Sticher! Mentioned in episode: www.carpetcleaningbellingham.com WHAT YOU’LL LEARN: -The beginning is always hard -It takes a cause to launch a business (more than money) -Only way to learn how to connect is by leaping out there and making it happen -All it takes is one connection to give you speed The post ATG 11: Gavin Green Grows Carpet Cleaner Company With These Connecting Strategies appeared first on LG MARKETING.

  • ATG 10: Carli van Heerden and Luke Talk About Hitting 6 Figures While Overcoming Rejection

    ATG 10: Carli van Heerden and Luke Talk About Hitting 6 Figures While Overcoming Rejection

    03/05/2016 Duración: 33min

    Carli and I talk about how overcoming rejection can help you stay secure during the beginning stages of building a business. After sending hundreds of emails, Carli felt like giving up on her podcast business when she first started. Her business efforts were to help podcasters save time by helping them edit their content while saving lots of time. She would stop at coffee shops and be alone for hours hoping for a day she'd have a team. Barely 2 years later, she's seeing that. Day after day, she continues with her dream and now she's talking about it with me and how things have gone. Mentioned in episode: www.weeditpodcasts.com WHAT YOU’LL LEARN: -Rejection is ok -Validation comes through rejection -Why you should never trust your feelings -Understand the POV of your potential customer   The post ATG 10: Carli van Heerden and Luke Talk About Hitting 6 Figures While Overcoming Rejection appeared first on LG MARKETING.

  • ATG 09: Luke Goes Solo To Inspire You

    ATG 09: Luke Goes Solo To Inspire You

    24/04/2016 Duración: 06min

    Today is very different than usual. I didn't interview anyone in this episode. I go inspiration mode today to encourage you. Have you ever heard those soundtracks where a guy is speaking with the cinematic music and by the end of it you're ready to go take out a giant? Yeah, I'm trying that here and maybe you'll like it. I downloaded some new software and wanted to try it out. I include music today with me speaking and I'm pumping my energy into your heart. Let me know what you think. The next episode will the be the normal as usual, but I plan to do more of these as we go along. I hope it helps you. MENTIONED IN EPISODE: –Some new software I 'm trying for sound quality (VoiceMeeter) WHAT YOU’LL LEARN: -Luke loves software:) -That reaching out starts with confidence in your gift -That all it takes is 1 person to help explode your business and idea The post ATG 09: Luke Goes Solo To Inspire You appeared first on LG MARKETING.

  • ATG 08: Sue Dunlevie  Luke Talk About How Blogging Has Introduced Over 10k Connections To Her

    ATG 08: Sue Dunlevie & Luke Talk About How Blogging Has Introduced Over 10k Connections To Her

    14/04/2016 Duración: 33min

    Sue Dunlevie and I talk about her journey in the blogging world and how that's used to connect like a pro. She's connected with over 10k people and has a strong tribe within her email list. She's a very nice lady, and I can tell she has the sales force with her. I enjoyed talking with Sue and she definitely knows how to connect like a machine. If you're a blogger, or a local business, you can learn from this episode today. My takeaway from this episode is that connecting is hard when you're the new kid on the block. When you're a new blogger it's not easy getting featured, but you must overcome the insecurities. You can get overwhelmed with all the technologies, seo strategies, social media platforms, and etc. However, when you take it back to this basics of connecting, it all becomes easier again. Just be you, and do that well! MENTIONED IN EPISODE: –The Free eBook To Gain 1,000 Subscribers WHAT YOU’LL LEARN: -How to get started and connecting like Sue -How to build an email list of 10k -How to connect to bu

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