The Strategy Addict is a series of articles written by Shane Snively. CHANGE OF PLANS First, a quick thank you to ALL THE READERS for the positive feedback from my last blog post, “Sharing Is a Value System.” Many people asked me to elaborate on certain aspects of that article, so here I go,…
Imagine starting an internet company 20 years ago. Our guest today is Chris Parker, founder and CEO of WhatIsMyIPAddress.com.
Eighteen years ago when the internet was a desolate place, Chris created a site that now consistently gets six million visitors per month and generates almost seven figures per year.
Chris has leveraged his technical background and interests managing WhatIsMyIPAddress.com for 18 years and has turned it into a thriving business teaching people about privacy and online safety.
In this episode, we discuss starting an internet business in the year 2000, running an online business today, and IP addresses.
With Chris’s compelling stories and expertise about IP Addresses and running an internet company, we are excited to share his story with you.
Have you ever seen employees from the same company post the same content continuously on LinkedIn? We sure have. Don’t you think LinkedIn sees this too? Many professionals in larger companies are not posting unique content on LinkedIn which creates a bad look for them. In this episode, Eric Kasimov and Jared Nichols discuss how creating unique content on LinkedIn will help build new relationships for you and your business.
Listen to this KazShort podcast episode of Entrepreneur Perspectives to get a better understanding of why you should create unique content on LinkedIn.
“The best time to plant a tree was 20 years ago. The second best time is now.” – proverb I’ve used that line for inspiration many times: when starting my business; when talking to people in my company; and I just used it, in a very literal sense, at my house. We’ve done a decent…
Think like a futurist. Back again as a guest of this podcast is Jared Nichols, futurist and author of the new book: The 3 Skills You Must Have to Create the Future You Want to See.
In this episode we discuss, reimaging your future, taking a stance, and becoming a football fan.
The takeaway theme of this episode is “shaping your future.”
Do you ask people to buy from you the second you meet them? Many professionals are pitching their services before they even know the potential client. In a time of social media, you can learn all about the person that you want to sell to before you ever meet them. Once you learn about this person, you can have a real conversation and build a relationship with a potential client. In this episode, Eric Kasimov discusses how putting yourself out there in a way that is unique and genuine goes a long way.
Listen to this KazShort podcast episode of Entrepreneur Perspectives to get a better understanding of why you should stop using spammy sales tactics for your business.
Changing your lifestyle can greatly benefit your productivity. Our guest today is Carolyn Moos, former professional basketball player and current personal trainer. In this episode, we discuss being a student-athlete, building a fitness brand, and the WNBA.
Carolyn is a 6’5” former USA Basketball Jr. Olympic Athlete, with a B.A. from Stanford University where she also played basketball. She played professionally in FIBA and the WNBA. Aside from basketball, Carolyn received her M.A. at USC in Health Communication Management. She is currently a certified personal trainer, yoga instructor and nutrition consultant.
The takeaway theme of this episode is “How lifestyle changes can greatly benefit your productivity.”
With Carolyn’s compelling stories from professional basketball to her journey building her business, we are excited to share Carolyn’s story with you.
Are you real or are you a pretender? You can lose the trust of potential clients based off of your social media activity. Engaging with potential clients and individuals on social media can spark a major boost in business. In this episode, Eric Kasimov discusses how good content and activity on social media goes a long way.
Listen to this KazShort podcast episode of Entrepreneur Perspectives to get a better understanding of why you should not pretend on social media.
It has already started: life insurance industry disruption I’ve met a lot of people in the life insurance industry who have been very successful in the past and think that all they have to do to stay successful is to keep doing what they’ve always done. There’s a word for that: denial. Look around—everything else is changing,…
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