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Jul 26, 2017

Branding is one of the vital business elements you should focus on since it is involved in all aspects of your business. Today’s guest, Nancy Marmolejo, shares some helpful ways to know yourself better and explains its significance and relationship to your branding. It is her passion to help you and other entrepreneurs by teaching you how to convey your value in a way that others would understand and relate with.

Today, Nancy explains the three essential things that she shares her clients regarding branding. She also shares the three-process message she has created as well as some concrete examples so you can come up with a genuine and compelling message that would resonate with your audience.

 

“I’m not about posturing. I’m about positioning from a very real honest place.” - Nancy Marmolejo

 

This week on the Hustle and Flow Chart Podcast:

  • Nancy’s concept of reinventing your personal brand
  • Defining “talent genius” and how you can find it
  • How this reinvention is a journey of self-awareness
  • The significance of knowing and understanding your natural strengths
  • One of biggest mistakes people make about communication
  • Why people don’t remember very structured, scripted messages over conversational and natural ones
  • Explaining the Love-Hate-Create Message, how to effectively do this, and its impact on others
  • Why you should follow the same order in the process
  • How and where you can use this message to promote yourself and your business

 

Questions for Self-Reflection:

  1. What am I really excellent at?
  2. What are the skills that I love doing?
  3. What are the skills that drain me?
  4. What are the things I’ve been good at since I was a little kid?

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Jul 19, 2017

Today’s guest, Marshall Wayne, is known for his dark-and-gray style when it comes to branding. Marshall helps his customers build their image through unique, powerful, and compelling advertising concepts. His clients include authors, coaches, consultants, and other high-end groups and organizations. He is the director of an advertising agency he calls The Agency.

Today, Marshall talks about why he chose the style of branding he does, the importance of pattern interruption in creating stunning and attention-grabbing campaigns, and where he primarily releases his work. He also shares where he gets his inspirations from and the tools he uses to accomplish the job.


“I’m essentially getting paid to perfect the art of self-emotion.” - Marshall Wayne


This week on the Hustle and Flow Chart Podcast:

  • How Marshall develops concepts for his client’s branding
  • The benefits of networking with the right people
  • Marshall’s reasons for hesitating to create a full blown agency
  • The perfect mix to easy access
  • A big challenge regarding conceptualization
  • Why he prefers to set micro-goals over big ones


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Jul 12, 2017

While looking for a way out of the corporate world and into entrepreneurship, Amish Shah started doing affiliate marketing on top of his full-time job. Affiliate marketing led him to learn and a lot of unconventional marketing where he experienced having seven-figure returns in sales, jumpstarting his entrepreneurial career and allowing him to work full-time as an entrepreneur for the last 14 years.

Amish joins us today to share his story on how he was able to profit from affiliate marketing and the downward slope he went through despite having both riches and success. He also talks about the core system he developed called the RBMTO framework. Amish explains what each letter stands for and gives concrete examples of how to learn and apply each step in this philosophy that you can apply to your business or your personal life.

 

“[RBMTO] is the fastest path to growth hacking.” - Amish Shah

 

This week on the Hustle and Flow Chart Podcast:

  • What Amish did to automate and scale up the affiliate marketing part of his business
  • Why Amish sold the software he developed and used in affiliate marketing
  • Identifying the gap in the market and finding a way to bridge this gap
  • Amish’s latest business venture involving ancient wisdom, natural healing, and e-commerce
  • How his first expedition got sponsored by Travel Channel
  • Determining what RBMTO stands for and examples of ways to execute them
  • Defining growth hacking
  • Identifying the three core performance indicators from a marketing perspective
  • Using the RBMTO framework to figure out the roadblocks in your business

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Jul 5, 2017

If you’re planning on creating webinars for your business in the hopes to generate more leads and acquire more clients, our guest today, Jon Schumacher, shares his knowledge and professional insights about the art of the perfect webinar. He is a webinar consultant and specialist who uses webinars to educate people, build rapport, and gain more clients.

In today’s episode, Jon talks about the elements, processes, and approaches that play important roles in creating the perfect webinar. Jon also shares the three big things you need to focus on as you go through the process of planning and executing your webinar and the follow-up system you can set to convert your leads into sales.

 

“It is the most powerful online conversion point that I know of.” - Jon Schumacher

 

 

This week on the Hustle and Flow Chart Podcast:

  • Identifying the different types of webinars
  • Where Jon sees the highest sign-up rates
  • Where and how to start if you’re a beginner to webinar creation
  • Elements of a perfect webinar
  • Processes involved before, during, and after conducting your webinar
  • Common mistakes people make when doing a webinar
  • The relevance of telling compelling stories in your webinar
  • Why the Feel-Felt-Found Method is an effective approach
  • Ways and methods to follow up with clients
  • Why Jon thinks the Thank-You page is underutilized and how you can use it for your benefit

 

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