In this episode of Hardcore MBA, Matthew Turner (author of ‘The Successful Mistake’) talks to Dorie Clark: Branding Expert, Marketing Strategist, Speaker and Best-Selling author.
Recognized as a “branding expert” by the Associated Press, and whom the New York Times described as an “expert at self-reinvention and helping others make changes in their lives,” Dorie Clark emphasizes the importance of going for multiple income streamlines in this episode, whether you have a day job or as an entrepreneur.
Matthew and Dorie discuss:
Dorie’s new book, ‘Entrepreneurial You’ — and how it’s intended for two types of audiences:
Those who are already entrepreneurs, looking at diversifying their income streams and figure out multiple income streams
Aspiring entrepreneurs; Do you still have a day job? You can start now to lay the groundwork to get a side income stream going so you can create more freedom for yourself
In this episode of Hardcore MBA, Matthew Turner, author of ‘The Successful Mistake’ talks to top-rated entrepreneur, podcaster and GetFeatured.com Founder, Daniel Gefen.
In this interview, Daniel Gefen discusses how he has personally connected with influencers during his own journey of getting of hosting and growing his podcast, ‘Can I Pick Your Brain’. His success connecting with influencers has contributed to the fact he doesn’t do what most normal people will but instead commits to doing something better and different from the rest.
In this episode, Matthew and Daniel discuss:
Why Daniel got into Podcasting
How effective marketing is (and how most people get it wrong)
In this episode of Hardcore MBA, Matthew Turner (author of The Successful Mistake talks) to Jan Koch, WordPress Developer, and Website Building Expert. Jan mentors online entrepreneurs to navigate effectively in their website development, especially when it comes to WordPress.
In this episode, Matthew and Jan discuss:
Jan’s business of building WordPress websites and custom plug-ins these past 2-3 months, in making custom-built websites more efficient and more profitable for his clients.
How Jan started with WordPress and how he decided to focus on it as his specialized platform about five years ago when he was a Business Consultant.
How Jan’s background in coding and his knowledge of WordPress opened his entrepreneurial path in building and maintaining websites for his Business Consultancy clients.
The three biggest mistakes business owners commonly make when setting up websites (that Jan has observed through the years):
failing to make people act on their website,
not prioritizing the security of the website,
not knowing what you want from your website developers. This may most likely cost more time and money for both the developer and the client.
What listeners should look out for in website developing trends such as optimizing with Google AMP and advantages of building up a funnel