Jay Abraham is the world's preeminent business growth expert. So far, he has helped clients generate over $21.7 billion dollars in capital increases across hundreds of industries. He is a legend in entrepreneurship circles and a mammoth-force in original thinking.
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258 - Sticking Point Solutions & Business Breakthroughs with Tony Robbins (PART 1)
Tony Robbins and Jay Abraham band together to answer a high-achieving audience’s most critical business questions. From alleviating business bottlenecks to finding solutions to root-cause problems, this episode will give you rarely heard valuable insights from two legends in the field.
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Tony breaks down the pros and cons of being an artist versus an entrepreneur, and he encourages clarity on your goal, your offer, and what you ultimately want out of your business. You’ll learn the most important part of communication, how to change your psychology, and get an example of how Tony would structure an attractive deal.
Listen in to learn how to alleviate burnout, gather the best feedback, and plan for exponential growth—whether it’s over six or thirty-six months.
01:00 - 14:00 - Introducing the hot seat, the mentality required to grow, how to think in order to maximize, how to get the most out of this episode, and psychology/strategy problems.
14:00 - 20:30 - How Tony would structure an attractive deal, three takeaways, releasing frustrations, breaking patterns, and changing your psychology.
20:30 - 28:00 - Seeing opportunity instead of problems, alleviating burnout, gathering feedback, improving your pitch, influencing, and the most important part of communication.
28:00 - 39:50 - On built-in buyers, parallel track strategies, diversifying, and getting clear on what you want out of your business.
39:50 - 54:00 - Maximizing sales, strategic partnerships, being an artist vs. an entrepreneur, scaling a business, and creating clear short and long-term goals.
257 - Nick Nanton, The Power of Your Story
In this episode, Jay interviews Nick Nanton, an Emmy Award-winning director, best-selling author, and keynote speaker. Nick helps entrepreneurs, thought leaders, and businesses share their message and mission with the world through media.
Nick shares how he defined branding and why he believes the best story will always win. You’ll learn the three things NIck focuses on when he makes a documentary, why we tend to write off our own gifts, and why being of service is the best route to success.
Listen in to learn how to interview by “having the conversation in the room”, how to find and tell the best stories, and what he attributes to his success during the pandemic.
01:00 - 11:00 - Nick explains what he does, why he shifted to creating brands, what media does, how he defines branding, and why the best story always wins.
11:00 - 24:30 - How he makes a documentary, why we write off our own gifts, why people don’t think their own story is interesting, and the three things he focuses on for documentaries.
24:30 - 34:00 - Nick’s background working with bands and music, what he learned about content and stories, and how he finds good stories.
34:00 - 48:00 - The mistakes Nick has made, his Unique Ability, what he has done during the pandemic, and how he has the best conversations on his podcast.
48:00 - 01:00:00 - What he attributes to his success during the pandemic, the future of storytelling, and how he creatively and ethically leveraged available resources.
01:00:00 - 01:06:00 - How he focuses his creative discipline, how to become creative, and what Nick hopes people will get out of this conversation.
256 - Strategy of Preeminence
In this episode, Jay goes through the process behind his Strategy of Preeminence so that you can apply it to your own business. He explains why it’s all boils down to first prioritizing your client’s success so that your exponential growth can follow.
Jay shares why “show me” will always be more powerful than “tell me”. You’ll learn where businesses commonly get it wrong when it comes to providing true value and how to take a stand to become your client’s biggest advocate.
Listen in to learn your role as a leader and entrepreneur, when to use vulnerability as a powerful catalyst, and simple ways to avoid unnecessary stress in your business so you can grow exponentially with ease.
01:00 - 06:30 - Jay explains when to add value, what “value” even means, where businesses get it wrong, and how to self-assess your business’s ability to provide true value.
06:30 - 13:30 - On filling a void for your client, owning mindshare, being relevant and making others relevant, and falling in love with your client.
13:30 - 19:00 - On understanding dynamics, interactions, being the advocate for your client’s self-interest, and why “show me” is always more powerful than “tell me”.
19:00 - 28:00 - How to get referrals right, follow-up appropriately, avoid unnecessary stress in your business, and impact people through communication.
28:00 - 33:30 - Understanding your role as a leader, how to communicate effectively to your team and clients, and maintaining a passion for who you’re helping.
33:30 - 39:00 - Ways to truly connect with your client, when to soul-search, how to enroll your employees, and when vulnerability acts as a powerful catalyst.
255 - How To Think Differently With Jay Abraham
In this episode, Jay has a conversation with Jonathan Dwoskin and Randall Denha, Esq. Jon is an executive advisor, business coach, and the founder/CEO of The Jon Dwoskin Experience. Randall is a founding member of Denha & Associates, PLLC and a former partner at one of the most prestigious estate planning firms in the country.
Jay shares the things he would do first if he was just starting out in business in today’s world. You’ll learn the five windows that Jay has identified through the pandemic and how he supports his clients in capitalizing through ethical opportunities and how you can, too.
Listen in to learn how to find your niche, find then fill voids, and grow exponentially with total confidence and courage.
01:00 - 07:30 - Jay’s background, how to be preeminent, how to operate exponentially, and understanding the role of the entrepreneur and how Jay would start moving towards multiplicity.
07:30 -12:00 - On assessing reviews, competitors, and businesses outside of your industry, finding voids, what to look for, and the three things your examination will provide.
12:00 - 19:30 - The five windows that Jay identified through the pandemic, what Jay has done for his clients recently, and how to support others while capitalizing ethically on opportunities.
19:30 - 28:30 - Examples of buying rights and creative ways to make money, how to grow your confidence and courage, and the importance of finding your niche.
28:30 - 35:30 - What an entrepreneur requires, Jay’s favorite books, the results he got by testing variable approaches, and who Jay looks up to and why.
254 - Recession Proof Business Principles With Sport’s Legend, Fran Tarkenton
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253 - Cameron Herold, The COO Whisperer
In this episode, Jay has an exciting and insightful conversation with Cameron Herold, the CEO Whisperer, Business Growth Guru, and founder of the COO Alliance. He is widely respected as a thought leader on entrepreneurial mindset and is also a bestselling author and coveted speaker.
Cameron will explain how entrepreneurs get lost in busy-work and stunt their own progress, and he’ll reveal the ways a great COO can change the game for good. You’ll learn how to divide and conquer, get the right people in the right positions, and build a rewarding business relationship that lasts.
Listen in to learn the key criteria for a successful second-in-command, discover who you need on your side before a COO, and get an inside peek on how Cameron coaches CEOs and COOs alike.
01:00 - 09:00 - Introducing Cameron, why it’s important to divide and conquer, how to find the right team, and some ideas for compensation.
09:00 - 16:00 - On navigating a relationship with your second-in-command, defining your organization chart, and how to integrate new perspectives into an organization.
16:00 - 20:30 - Cameron’s work with CEOs and COOs, how he helps CEOs and COOs navigate their relationship, and tips for succeeding in your CEO/COO relationship.
20:30 - 28:30 - COO skills and knowledge, what he does (and doesn’t do) when he coaches CEOs and COOs, and his vision for his business.
28:30 - 34:00 - Cameron’s background, how he figured out short-cuts, and why it’s worth working toward a solid CEO/COO relationship.
34:00 - 38:00 - On needing an executive assistant before having a second-in-command, where entrepreneurs go wrong, and Jay’s final words about Cameron’s business.