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Hustle And Flowchart - Web3 and The Creator Economy

Ready to discover the deep rabbit-hole that is Web3? Want to better understand how the creators are taking over and will become the future billionaires of the world? Tune into Hustle & Flowchart, a podcast that blends discussions on business, marketing, the creator economy, Web3, NFTs, and much more. We'll take you down the rabbit-hole with us as we interview the smartest minds that are creating the future. We'll uncover early alpha for the investor minded folks and deep-dive into the "what and how" of these emerging new technologies and industries. Our goal with this show is, and always has been, to improve the lives of entrepreneurs. What better way than to point out the future and let you better position yourself.
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Jan 15, 2019

We welcome back Brad Costanzo for another round of our mash-upped podcasts. This time we’re geeking out about real tactics to change your mindset and let yourself imagine actionable ideas. Then we dive into Brad’s processes on how to pick the ideas that will take your business to the next level.

Brad is a good friend and business partner here at The Hustle & Flowchart. He’s been branded as an “idea guy,” which means he knows how to spot, create, and capitalize on multiple business opportunities at once. He has been consulting for companies, and even experts, to scale and grow their businesses for years while helping entrepreneurs do the same thing with his podcast Bacon Wrapped Business.

When you’re done listening, don’t forget there’s two more bacon wrapped episodes to nom on. And then go get some more mindset advice from Christy Whitman.

“I don’t think thinking outside the box is the answer, that’s a faulty way to go about coming up with ideas. I think you need to get a new box.” -Brad Costanzo

Some Topics We Discussed Include:

  • Why you need to take your focus off execution
  • How to stop aborting your best ideas too soon
  • A 4-step process to pursue the right ideas
  • Balancing your internal critic with your optimist
  • How to get free of “fixing problems” and find real solutions
  • Using constraints to brainstorm powerful ideas
  • The type of thinking that separates entrepreneurs from the pack
  • Why physics and knowledge can solve any problem
  • Tactics to shift your mindset (not just woo woo stuff)
  • Getting on the journey of sucking less
  • Defining criteria for an idea you’ll actually see through
  • Find out if you are a laser or a floodlight
  • How to know if your current “problem” is really a symptom of deeper business troubles

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Jan 10, 2019

There’s never enough time to get all the knowledge Roland Frasier has bubbling off his brainpan, so we had to bring him on for another round for advice about acquiring companies to effectively scale your business no matter what stage you’re at. Don’t worry, a round 3 is already in the works!

For those not in the know, Roland is a world-famous dealmaker who started in real-estate when he was 18 and now advises over 150 major companies on how to monetize and grow their businesses. He is also passionate about entrepreneurs and gives them the tools and knowledge they need through DigitalMarketer.com and The Traffic & Conversion Summit, which we attend religiously every year.

We are still trying to digest the wealth of actionable advice Roland dropped on us in this hour, like how to plan a multi-exit strategy for that big payday, selling one company to scale all your other companies, and buying a huge, targeted audience for practically nothing. After you’re done, you’ll definitely want to check out our previous episode with Roland Frasier, then follow up with Carl Allen.

“I don’t think there’s a faster way to get into a business... or to grow your business than to buy one that already has what you want.” -Roland Frasier

Some Topics We Discussed Include:

  • Breaking news about The Traffic & Conversion Summit!
  • How to plan a multi-exit strategy for that big payday
  • Mining potential buyers for your business goals
  • Using one sale to scale all your other companies
  • The 7 categories of good acquisitions
  • How to buy a huge, targeted audience at 1/100th of what it’d cost you to build it yourself
  • The Law Of Price And Terms that dictates negotiations
  • 8 ways to buy a business with no money down
  • Get a software team for less than hiring them yourself (and they start tomorrow!)
  • Qualities that all successful people share in common
  • Setting goals that expand your life and your business
  • A method for giving effective presentations to small crowds
  • How to reverse engineer a path to your biggest dreams

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Jan 8, 2019

For years, Danielle Town was practically stuffing the money she made as a start-up attorney under her mattress, even though her father is a famous investor. When the stress of her job was making her severely ill, her dad told her it was time to take that cash and make it work for her.

Now Danielle has discovered the secret to transforming financial fear into financial freedom. She is a New York Times bestselling author and avid personal investor, guiding countless people to overcome their reluctance in investing and put their money where their values are through her newsletter, courses, podcast, and books.

Time to take a peek at your savings account as Danielle shows Matt and Joe how to get over their fears of investing money, the best tool out there to invest on your own, and 4 principles to pick the right stocks. When you’re done, get some more financial advice from our conversations with Phil Town and Jason Rotman.

“Okay, this investment practice is not just about money, it’s about me and my life and being connected to my family and supporting my family...” -Danielle Town

Some Topics We Discussed Include:

  • How to cure your fear of stock investing
  • Why hoarding money is losing money
  • Great tools to invest on your own with minimal fees
  • The greedy reason most financial managers keep you in fear mode
  • How to grow as a person while growing your assets
  • Getting out of the job-zone and into the living-zone
  • Transforming the financial industry with socially conscious investing
  • Experts with the best how-to advice for financial independence
  • How to recognize when a stock is on sale
  • What you need to do before putting down real money
  • 4 principles to find the right investments for you
  • An action plan for first-time investors

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Jan 3, 2019

In 2006, as Dave Woodward sat in an event hosted by Russell Brunson, it was slowly dawning on him that internet marketing would soon be the only game in town. So when Russell announced there was a signup sheet for anyone willing to buy him lunch, Dave ran to the table and put his name in every spot.

Now Dave is Chief Revenue and Business Development Officer of ClickFunnels, the leading software service providing entrepreneurs around the world the ability to design, build, and analyze any type of sales funnel they can dream of. Oh, he also happens to host the wildly popular Funnel Hackers Radio Podcast too, where he shares marketing secrets with the famously engaged ClickFunnels community he helped build.

Get ready as the guys hear all about the latest strategies Dave Woodward uses to provide value and build community with 30-day challenges, a new peer-to-peer customer service system, and using pretzels to get his dream guest on his podcast. When you’re done, get some more funnel tactics from our talks with Josh Haynam and Bastian Ernst.

Jan 1, 2019

2018 has been one hell of a year for us and we’re super excited to share what we’ll be bringing you next year, plus predictions for what 2019 has in store for your business.

We’ve loved making our business more accessible to our listeners over the past year and we’re doubling down in 2019. We have a new course in the works, mobile apps, marketing software, a live event, and much more. As always, we’re letting you in on all the strategies we’re using to leverage our content and get out from under the doom and gloom that’s descending on the old ways of doing business.

On this episode, we also go into what we think is going to be the new best practices in 2019, how to get your highest revenue with small, focused audiences, and the counter-intuitive industry shift in what makes a company valuable. Still want to know more about what makes The Hustle & Flowchart tick? Get in our heads with our recent Therapy Session, listen to our 100th Episode, or learn about our Journey To Seven-Figures.

“What most people go and do is target this broad audience where they think their ideal customer lives… but there’s a S#@% ton of your not-ideal customer in there!” -Matt Wolfe

“Step back before you make a campaign… actually think about giving value and understanding what people are interested in.” -Joe Fier

Some Topics We Discussed Include:

  • 2019 online behavior trends and how to make them work for you
  • The new personality assessment that leveled up our productivity
  • How to customize your journal to answer your most pressing life and business questions
  • The one answer to every problem plaguing your marketing strategy
  • How we use retargeting to boost revenues
  • Why 1,000 fans are all you’ll ever need
  • The new apps we’re launching for all our businesses
  • What metric is most valuable to investors (it’s not cash flow anymore!)
  • How to take control of the audience you’re building
  • Why 2019 is the year to make a big mobile play
  • How we’re going to make segmentation super easy for you
  • The live event we’re planning to host this year
  • Why info sales are no longer viable and what to sell instead
  • A coupon code for our loyal listeners!

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