September is Life Insurance Awareness month. This month is a great opportunity to show clients and potential clients how important life insurance truly is. These materials from John Hancock are great resources to help you and your clients. These are producer approved materials. If you are a consumer, click here. Financial security and wellness are goals that are highly ranked…
Creating analogies between sports and business. This is a Q&A freestyle episode which is at the core of what we do–helping you build and protect your business. In this episode we get into the questions from our audience including our clients and the business owners we chat with on a consistent basis and you, our listeners. We hope the perspectives we discuss help drive new opportunities for your business.
This episode gets into a 3 frequently asked questions we get.
1:00 Why does SportsEpreneur.com exist?
8:57 What is a current sports topic that ties into business.
14:47 How can someone use Twitter to help their business?
The Strategy Addict is a series of articles written by Shane Snively. SHARING IS A VALUE SYSTEM In last week’s blog post “DON’T FAKE IT,” we discussed a better paradigm established on building a reputation of trust and honesty. Here we take reputation-building further by discussing the effect of sharing as much as you can…
Being authentic in the insurance industry can lead to business. In this life insurance bit podcast episode, Eric Kasimov chats with life product expert, Bobby Samuelson, to discuss authenticity in the insurance industry.
Authenticity is important in the insurance industry because clients are getting burned by agents not looking out for them. In this episode, Bobby shares a story about a time that authenticity lead to a sale. Credibility is generated through authenticity. Listen to this Life Insurance Bit to see how being authentic in the insurance industry can help you.
Changing lives through hair styling. Our guest on Entrepreneur Perspectives is Elizabeth McHenry, owner of ERMC hair stylist. Elizabeth is a traveling hair stylist with a suite located in Midtown Charlotte, North Carolina. With Elizabeth’s compelling insights into the hair industry to her entrepreneurial journey, we are excited to share her story with you. …
Disrupting the industry that disrupts. Our guest today is Carl Finch. Carl is the owner and CEO of AabaBot. In this episode we discuss AabaBot, going against the grain, and persistence.
AabaBot is a SaaS platform that helps startups and small business’s build their software solutions that tailors their business needs in a fast automated fashion. Using aabaBot proprietary technology anyone can build their dream software by following a 3 step wizard within aabaBot to have a system auto-generate the source code for their web app needs.
Carl enjoys building new disruptive technologies that haven’t been thought of yet. He currently lives in Asheville, North Carolina.
With Carl’s compelling stories from the software industry to building his business, we are excited to share Carl’s story with you.
Impressed by the number of likes someones post on social media got? Don’t be fooled by these vanity metrics. By solely focusing on likes and comments, you are forgetting about the true business opportunities that can come from social media. In this episode, Eric discusses how you can get blinded by vanity metrics. Listen to this KazShort podcast episode of Entrepreneur Perspectives to get a better understanding of why you should not be fooled by vanity metrics.
Something slowing you down? Do all you can to change it and speed it up! Because Efficiency Wins. I’m waiting for the website to load. It’s taking too long. Not the normal two-second delay, but a many-second delay. It’s annoying. It’s not ruining my day or anything, but it’s becoming a distraction. And distractions are…
I put my employees at KazSource on the hot seat, lets get their perspectives! In this episode we discuss being coached, pulling stories, and the strategy addict.
Our guest today is actually more than one. We are bringing to you conversations with some of the team at KazSource. Including John Priore, Scott Upton, Rudy Redmond, Stephanie Long, and Shane Snively .
John is a content marketer
Rudy is a business developer
Scott is a project manager
Stephanie is a case manager on our insurance side
Shane is the COO at KazSource
I ask each guest 1 question they had no time to prepare for. It’s about a topic they knowledgeable in so we get to hear raw, unedited content, advice, and thoughts from these amazing people. I’m super excited to share these conversations with you.
With The KazSource Team’s compelling insights, we are excited to share their ideas with you.
I have this list of things to do. And that list. Oh and here’s another list. And I just remembered a few more things I have to take care of. I love productivity, but this, this I hate, ‘cause it’s not productive—at all. What to do: 1. Realize I will not accomplish all on this…