In this episode, we talk about hitting “real success” with Pamela Bruner: a business coach, author, speaker, and EFT Tapping, expert. She built her business from $375/month to $1,000,000 in less than 3 years after overcoming her own discomforts with marketing and sales! She specializes working with transformational entrepreneurs — building a successful business that transforms lives.
In this episode, Matthew and Pamela discuss:
What’s Pamela’s been working on and her focus these days?
Pamela’s humble beginnings, and how she got her fame in coaching by introducing unique techniques we can apply as we journey towards success.
Her personal view about success.
The fundamental principles we need to live up to when starting and growing a business
Let’s talk about online marketing in this week’s episode. We invited one of the best online marketing strategist, a superstar online marketer – Sharnee Bennett to share to us how she has inspired hundreds of entrepreneurs and business owners gain the necessary skills and confidence to create, build, and grow profitable online businesses across the globe.
Sharnee has deep knowledge and expertise across the entire online marketing spectrum, so let’s pick her mind and learn from one of the best.
In this episode, Matthew and Sharnee discuss:
What’s keeping Sharnee busy recently
Sharnee’s humble beginnings, and how she evolved from being a corporate employee to one of the best online marketer introducing the power of online marketing to the world
The classic issues first time entrepreneurs face when it comes to internet marketing
This podcast episode is about understanding why it’s beneficial to get a mentor. Understanding the relationship that goes with it and how mentorship actually works. Presenting our guest, in this week’s episode -Claire Diaz Ortiz: the co-author of the book “One Minute Mentoring: How to Find and Work with a Mentor and Why you’ll Benefit from Being One.” She is also a speaker and technology innovator who has been named one of the 100 Most Creative People in Business by Fast Company.
Claire was an early employee at Twitter, where she was hired to lead corporate social innovation.
In this episode, Matthew and Claire discuss:
Claire’s humble beginnings, and the twists and turns of how she got herself caught up in the mentoring arena
Her story, and how she placed this into a book about everything she learned as a mentee and as a mentor