Diversification of products, standing out, and creating unique content are all ways to insure your insurance business. What do health insurance agents, benefit advisors, and property and casualty (P&C) agents all have in common? They are all working in industries that are being disrupted at a rapid pace. From government regulations to tech companies, various factors are…
Half of the battle is just showing up. Eric welcomes Mitch Long to this episode of Entrepreneur Perspectives. In this episode they discuss sales activity, saying no, and hot dog stands.
We all have conversations in our business every day. At KazSource, we want to bring these conversations to you as we believe they can help any business owner or entrepreneur.
Who better to talk to then the sales activity monster himself, Mitch Long. We want to get deep into sales with this episode. Mitch is a born sales person. He is also one of the most genuine people you will meet. Being genuine in sales will take you far. So we bring the resident expert on genuine sales to this podcast. Mitch is a repeat guest on the show and after this episode, I think it is time we sign Mitch up for more episodes!
Eric and Mitch also discuss building trust, overcoming a bad month, and creating content.
It’s never to early to get started on your entrepreneurial journey. Eric welcomes Aliyah to this episode of Entrepreneur Perspectives. In this episode they talk about writing stories, Instagram, and Gary Vaynerchuk.
This is a very special episode as Eric interviews his daughter, Aliyah. This episode gets into the perspectives on business from an eleven year old. When we first created this podcast, we wanted to interview all types of entrepreneurs. And that included the up and coming entrepreneurs. We feel we can learn from entrepreneurs of all levels. And Eric learns from his daughter every day – from her kindness, to her passion in learning, to her creative ways.
This was a fun episode for many reasons including the ridiculous bloopers. We can learn a lot by the actions of our youth. And to ask questions of them not only leads to a lot of genuine answers, but also answers that can help us think differently about our business.
Eric also questions Aliyah on her favorite phone app, guitar playing, and what it’s like to be a middle child.
Our guest brings perspective on the future generation of the business world, who also understands what other young individuals are thinking. With her social media experience and entrepreneurial spirit, we are excited to have our youngest guest ever on the show!
This is a Q&A style marketing episode of Entrepreneur Perspectives where Eric Kasimov and John Priore discuss questions received from audience members. In this Episode, Eric Kasimov chats with John Priore, a social media producer at KazSource, about different topics that will help you as an entrepreneur build and protect your business. We hope the marketing perspectives we discuss help drive new opportunities for your business.
In this marketing episode, we discuss LinkedIn, creating content, and podcasting.
This freestyle episode is at the core of what we do–helping you build and protect your business. We hope the perspectives we discuss on creating content will help you in your business.
In our last marketing episode we said we would talk sports, but we didn’t. So we have fixed that for this episode. We discuss sports as it relates to branding and building a business. We also hit on our NFL playoff predictions which are already wrong!! Of course we were both on the wrong side of the Miracle in Minnesota as the New Orleans Saints went down in disastrous fashion.
Staying healthy in the workplace. Eric welcomes Eric Digiacomo to this episode of Entrepreneur Perspectives. In this episode they talk about always being a student, taking the stairs, and horse jumping,
Eric Digiacomo is the founder of Ex-Phys Conditioning. Eric is a Certified Exercise Physiologist through the American College of Sports Medicine. With a Bachelor’s Degree in Exercise Science and experience with prehab, corrective exercise, sports performance, strength training, and personal fitness, Eric offers personalized, in depth and intentionally thorough coaching.
Our guest brings perspective of a business owner in the fitness industry who knows you can’t build yourself or your business without understanding how everything works together. With his experiences in the gym and in the business world, we are thrilled to share his story with you.
Eric K also questions Eric D on his workout habits, the process of starting his own company, and how he coaches others. As always, Eric fires shots at his guest about the books he is reading, his most important phone app, and his favorite sports team.
EP025: Perspectives on Building Your Brand in 2018 with Eric Kasimov, Jared Nichols, and John Priore
Build your business one conversation at a time. This is a unique episode where we welcome Jared Nichols, The New Futurist, to this episode of Entrepreneur Perspectives. In this Episode, Eric Kasimov chats alongside Jared Nichols and John Priore, a social media producer at KazSource, about different topics that will help you as an entrepreneur build and protect your business. In this episode on building your brand in 2018 and beyond, we discuss how small businesses can stand out, how to think like a futurist, and personal engagement on social media.
Jared Nichols is a futurist, advisor, and faculty member at the University of Tennessee’s Haslam College of Business, in Graduate and Executive Education. He teaches leaders, teams, and individuals, how to think like futurists so they create the best future for themselves and the people they serve. Jared is highly passionate about these topics which is why you may hear him banging his hands on the table!
This freestyle episode is at the core of what we do–helping you build and protect your business. We hope the perspectives we discuss on creatively running your business will help you in 2018 and beyond.
The person you become is determined by the books you read and the people you surround yourself with. Eric welcomes Brady Murray to this episode of Entrepreneur Perspectives. In this episode they talk about Racing for Orphans with Down Syndrome (RODS), getting caught up in a cause, and reading.
Brady Murray is the CEO of Mass Mutual Intermountain West and Founder of RODS Racing. Brady’s company, Mass Mutual Intermountain West is a financial planning firm that puts families first. In many businesses that is corporate speak, but Brady leads his firm by living it. And he carries this on with his ultimate cause: finding homes for orphans with down syndrome. Brady lives in Salt Lake City, Utah with his wife and 5 children.
Brady brings perspective of an incredible leader with the ultimate positive mindset. His story is one for the ages and any business owner, racer, or individual can learn from Brady.
Eric also questions Brady on training for races, financial planning, and social media. As always, Eric fires shots at his guest about the books he is reading, his most important phone app, and his favorite sports team.
I came up in sales. I was good at it. But often times, others can get you off track. You become focused on less important tasks. It seems as though work is always getting done. And sure, much of the work is important, no question, but it can leave you with little time to be…
It’s never too early to start creating your future. Eric welcomes Jake Fleshner to this episode of Entrepreneur Perspectives. In this episode they talk about the future of marketing, being a young entrepreneur, and the University of Michigan.
Jake Fleshner is the founder of Spade America. Spade America connects local, non-competing businesses with one another. With their new app, consumers can get discounts at their favorite local shops. Jake is from Los Angeles, California and currently attends the University of Michigan. Jake brings perspective of a young entrepreneur who is currently enrolled in college and running a business. Because of his ambition, his ability to launch a company, and his thoughts on networking, any business owner, college student, or individual can learn from Jake.
Eric also questions Jake on selling himself, social media, and why you should always be in learning mode. As always, Eric fires shots at his guest about the books he is reading, his most important phone app, and his favorite sports team.
Life settlements and life causes. Eric welcomes Jamie Mendelsohn to this episode of Entrepreneur Perspectives. In this episode they talk about the Life Settlement Market, The Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation, and the Florida Gators.
Jamie Mendelsohn is the EVP of the Ashar Group in Orlando, Florida. Ashar Group is a life settlement and insurance policy appraisal company. Jamie is involved in joint work with CFP, CPA, Insurance Agents, Estate Planning Attorneys, Trust Managers and Banks. Jamie brings perspective of someone who helps advisors and families monetize existing insurance and annuity assets. She adds value to the firms she works with by providing education and back office support of the Life Settlement Market. And because of that, any business owner, insurance advisor, or individual can learn from Jamie.
Eric also questions Jamie on leaving your ego at the door, giving back, and advice for an up and coming insurance advisor. As always, Eric fires shots at his guest about the books she is reading, her most important phone app, and her favorite sports team.