Are counting out Twitter? Though it may seem like an overpopulated, negative platform, you can create opportunities for yourself and your company on this platform. In this episode, Eric discusses ways you can build your audience on this platform and how it can be valuable in your business. Listen to this KazShort podcast episode of Entrepreneur Perspectives to get a better understanding of why you should not sleep on Twitter.
Getting to the heart of business, building relationships. Eric welcomes Gino Trapani to this podcast episode of Entrepreneur Perspectives. In this episode we discuss SportsEpreneur, business relationships, and the Seattle Seahawks.
Gino is the founder of Trapani & Associates. He is an executive search and recruiting professional helping companies find great talent and improving talent acquisition strategy, process and execution. He currently lives in Seattle, Washington with his Wife, kids, and dog.
Gino’s experience is unique in that he has executed the search and recruitment discipline within three key areas: Agency, Corporate, and Professional Services. He has worked for companies and served clients ranging from startups & boutiques to mid-market and Fortune100 enterprises across a number of industries.
With Gino’s compelling stories from the business world to his love for sports, you can imagine our excitement to have Gino on this podcast.
Do you own a term life insurance policy and is it convertible? Understanding term insurance conversions is important to all life insurance agents and all policy owners. Staying up to date with conversion options, processes, and deadlines will help to ensure your insurance (and your client’s insurance) stays in force and is around when it is needed most. In this episode, we discuss why someone would convert a life insurance policy and expectations of the term conversion process. Listen to this life insurance podcast episode of Entrepreneur Perspectives to get a better overall understanding of term life insurance conversions.
Clarity is power. Our guest today is Nate Bailey. Nate is an author, a renowned coach, and a speaker who knows how to impact and reach an audience.
Nate is the Lead Trainer and Lead Coach inside of the Prosperity Revolution. He recently fulfilled his long-time dream of selling his insurance agency to become a full-time coach. He currently lives in Rochester, Minnesota with his Wife and kids.
Nate was a Lieutenant, serving our country in the United States Army. With experience as a Platoon Leader during Operation Iraqi Freedom, he provides advice we all need. And He has a simple philosophy on life – “live what you teach.”
With Nate’s compelling stories from the business world to his days fighting for our country, you can imagine our excitement to share Nate’s story with you.
In this episode we discuss doing what you love, living what you teach, and growing through physical experiences.
Are you seeing enough people? Any successful salesperson will tell you that seeing a lot of people is a must. In this episode, Eric and Mitch discuss ways you can overcome challenges in sales and how you can stand out as a salesperson with increased sales activity. Listen to this KazShort podcast episode of Entrepreneur Perspectives to get a better understanding of how you can be more successful in your sales career.
Lessons from on and off the field. Eric welcomes Christian LeMay to this podcast episode of Entrepreneur Perspectives. In this episode, we discuss a football journey, training youth athletes, and the Carolina Energy.
Christian is a professional football player for the Carolina Energy and the owner of Arrow Quarterback Training. He is a native of Charlotte, North Carolina and recently came back home for an opportunity to play arena football. Christian was a 4-star football recruit in the class of 2011. He was recruited by some of the best football programs in the country including Florida, Auburn, Clemson, Texas A&M and others. He met incredible leaders along the way including Urban Meyer, Jimbo Fisher, and Mark Richt. He played for Richt and the University of Georgia, before playing at Jacksonville State University.
Christian’s football journey taught and continues to teach him lessons for his business career. With our love of sports and business, you can imagine our excitement to share Christian’s story with you.
How can you build and maintain a website with fresh content? Website updating is a must for your website and business. In this episode, we discuss ways you can maximize the potential of your website. Listen to this KazShort podcast episode of Entrepreneur Perspectives to get a better understanding of how you can turn your site into a successful content platform.
What can podcasting teach us? We made it to episode number 50 of Entrepreneur Perspectives!
We are grateful for everyone that listened to any minute of our podcast. We appreciate all the feedback, all the love, all the reviews, all interviewees. When we started this podcast journey, we knew we wanted it to last and we had plans for it to do that, but it wasn’t easy. And our listeners got us here. So thank you!
In this episode, we discuss producing content, words to live by, and episode number 50!!
We are going to touch on 5 topics for this 50th episode!
1:10 | Learning from podcasting
6:12 | The positives we have taken from this journey
15:11 | The outlook for Entrepreneur Perspectives
19:08 | What else we love about podcasts
23:33 | Helping those that want to get into podcasts
Thank you again for giving us your ear. We hope you enjoy our podcast. And because of the positives around it all, we aren’t going anywhere. But we will continue to refine what we do. Cause, after all, isn’t that what entrepreneurs do?
How can I start creating content? As a content marketing agency, we get this question constantly. In this episode, we discuss creating content and what you, the business owner, can write about. Listen to this KazShort podcast episode of Entrepreneur Perspectives to get a better understanding of how you can start creating content and what the benefits of creating content are.
Selling life insurance is way more than products, strategies, and selling… People often ask me about trends I’m seeing in the life insurance market these days. It’s a vague question, but I suspect the people asking want to hear about premium finance, deferred compensation, long-term care, and other strategies. Or maybe the conversation is supposed to be product-specific, around…