27 episodes

Insurance and financial professionals: Advisorist is a podcast for advisors that want to grow their business with what's working NOW. Based on over 60,000,000 leads generated, get front-line hacks, tips, tricks and insider interviews on lead generation, appointment setting, scripts, funnels, strategy and growth - FREE! Learn more at www.advisorist.com

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Insurance and financial professionals: Advisorist is a podcast for advisors that want to grow their business with what's working NOW. Based on over 60,000,000 leads generated, get front-line hacks, tips, tricks and insider interviews on lead generation, appointment setting, scripts, funnels, strategy and growth - FREE! Learn more at www.advisorist.com

    EP 26: Selling Experiences with Scott Poposki

    EP 26: Selling Experiences with Scott Poposki

    Michael Levin interviews Scott Poposki, the author of ‘Camera Focus: WhatPhotography Teaches About Business, Life, and Success’. Scott created a verysuccessful business around photography and marketing. In this podcast, he shared a lotof ideas and practices about hyper-focusing, measuring back, and most importantly,selling experiences.
    In this episode,
    “You will create a great experience and that's what people want. Enjoy of an experience that we're delivering.” – Scott Poposki
    Have that such hyper-focus and understanding that measure back
    Be confident and make a difference
    Offer something unique
    Create a great experience for people
    Let people share and broadcast their experience
    Contact Scott Poposki - 
    Website: www.camerafocus.com or www.photosinaminute.com
     
    Michael Levin is a versatile and talented columnist, author, distance runner, and musical performer who has ghostwritten more than 700 books ranging from finance and entrepreneurship to health care and technology.

    • 25 min
    EP 25: Michael Levin Interviews Jane Atkinson

    EP 25: Michael Levin Interviews Jane Atkinson

    Jane Atkinson is the author of four best seller books including ‘The Wealthy Speaker2.0’, ‘The Epic Keynote’, and ‘The Wealthy Speaker Daily Success Planner’. She’s alsoone of the top business managers for speakers establishing the famous, ‘WealthSpeaker University’. In this podcast, she shared a lot of tips and advice for emergingspeakers and for people who are just getting started.
    In this episode,
    “You stand in front of 500 people, and now you're having richer, deeper conversations with a lot of people who may then want to use your services.” – Jane Atkinson
    Explore the benefits of becoming a speaker
    Have richer and deeper conversations with people
    Have a clear path and process
    Develop your selling superpower
    Go out and make your own opportunities
    Contact Jane Atkinson - 
    Website: www.speakerlauncher.com
     
    Michael Levin is a versatile and talented columnist, author, distance runner, and musical performer who has ghostwritten more than 700 books ranging from finance and entrepreneurship to health care and technology.

    • 26 min
    Ep 24: Role of Advertisers and Marketers with Joe Marich

    Ep 24: Role of Advertisers and Marketers with Joe Marich

    Michael Levin and Joe Marich highlight the importance of hiring marketers and advertisers. Joe Marich, one of the top publicists in the media industry and Marich Media Inc., shared a lot of best practices and current challenges present in the marketing and business world.
    In this episode,
    “You need somebody, a professional, to help you get your message out about yourproduct or service because you might not know what you're doing.” – Joe Marich
    Have a good topic of interest for your desired content
    Consider a local angle
    Have a clear message, it cannot be self-serving
    Make sure to have three major points
    Invest in hiring good advertisers and marketers
    Contact Joe Marich - 
    Email: joemarich@marichmedia.comWebsite: www.marichmedia.com
     
    Michael Levin is a versatile and talented columnist, author, distance runner, and musical performer who has ghostwritten more than 700 books ranging from finance and entrepreneurship to health care and technology.

    • 33 min
    EP 23: Michael Levin Interviews Richard Manders

    EP 23: Michael Levin Interviews Richard Manders

    Michael Levin and Richard Manders had an insightful discussion on different currentmarketing strategies. With his background as a co-founder of Freescale CoachingSystems, Richard shared innovative and relevant practices based on actualexperiences and various sources. He also gave a lot of pointers for those who are newto business.
    In this episode,
    “I think the first part of the marketing question is being really clear about who the corecustomer is, and what is the value you're bringing to them.” – Richard Manders
    Seek guidance
    Build a good structure for your business
    Be clear about your core customers and the value you will be providing
    Learn from the experiences of other experts in the field 
    Contact Richard - 
    Website: www.freescalecoaching.com
     
    Michael Levin is a versatile and talented columnist, author, distance runner, and musical performer who has ghostwritten more than 700 books ranging from finance and entrepreneurship to health care and technology.

    • 31 min
    EP 22: Beauty of Analytics with Gary Kadi

    EP 22: Beauty of Analytics with Gary Kadi

    Michael Levin interviewed the Founder and CEO of NextLevel Practice, Gary Kadi. GaryKadi shared a lot of his best and most relevant practices in his business. He highlightedthe beauty of analytics as a very helpful tool in scaling and maintaining possible trendsand issues in business.
    “Adopt the new methodology because if not, you're going to stay archaic, and if you don't communicate the way millennials want to be communicated to, you're not going to adopt new patients and certainly not adopt new team members.” – Gary Kadi
    Adopt new methodologies
    Learn from scaling moments
    Know and analyze your marketplace
    Be known, own, and be great at one thing
    Invest in business analytics
    Crucial takeaways:
    Learn from consultants and adopt new innovations. With the help of consultantsand new practices, you would be able to scale. Learn from these scalingmoments.
    According to Gary, you must adopt the new methodology to effectivelycommunicate with new clients and new team members.
    Create happy teams that implement sustainable results.
    For your business to stand out, you have to be known, and be great at one thing.It can streamline and focus your marketing.
    You can greatly benefit from analytics. This would help you predict and examinepossible trends and issues in your business.
    Contact Gary - Email: gary@nextlevelpractice.comWebsite: www.nextlevelpractice.com
    Michael Levin is a versatile and talented columnist, author, distance runner, and musical performer who has ghostwritten more than 700 books ranging from finance and entrepreneurship to health care and technology.

    • 30 min
    EP 21: Michael Levin Interviews Sara Stratton

    EP 21: Michael Levin Interviews Sara Stratton

    “Getting those positive reviews and driving people to your Amazon (online) page isreally where you as an author will see the most success, to begin with.” – Sara Stratton
    Aim for POSITIVE REVIEWS
    Choose and expand your MARKET
    Producing a book requires both PROFESSIONAL and PERSONAL processes
    Use your product as your BUSINESS CARD
    In this episode, 
    Start your business by getting the clients’ positive reviews. From there, you must work on maintenance.
    Sara Stratton recommends focusing on a market you already know. They can be yourfriends, your family, your neighbor, your colleagues, or anyone you can talk to. You can get them to Amazon and ask them to leave an honest nonpaid review.
    Don't be shy. Post on various social media sites, find a group, find a hashtag, andhashtag your product.
    You can use your book or your product as sort of like a business card. Send the bookout to your prospective clients, and show them who you are, and what your business is all about.
    Producing a book requires both professional and personal processes. Treat the process as a creative practice and make it a bit personal so you would effectively get your message across.
     
    Sara's story is inspirational. It also serves as a useful blueprint for anyone with a message or knowledge who wants to share it but doesn’t know where to start.
    [Sara Stratton www.redwooddigitalpublishing.com Phone: (949) 829-BOOK (2665) Instagram: redwoodpublishing]
     
    Michael Levin is a versatile and talented columnist, author, distance runner, and musical performer who has ghostwritten more than 700 books ranging from finance and entrepreneurship to health care and technology.

    • 24 min

Customer Reviews

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222 Ratings

222 Ratings

W J Thomas III ,

A Winning Playbook for Advisors and Agents

I love the relevance and actionable intel this podcast gives you. Following the mantra of “Progress not Perfection” is how I structure my day. Whether sending out emails or how to play the long game with LinkedIn, the Advisorist Podcast moves you forward every day. It’s not a quick fix to your business, because there are NO “quick fixes” in this business. But it is truly great intel to help you roll the snowball up the hill and start generating tons of momentum.

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Actionable items in each episode!

Have listened to five episodes so far and absolutely love it! Plenty of great takeaways that I can implement in my practice immediately. Look forward to listening to more episodes!

D. McCroskey ,

Best Financial Services Marketing Advice Podcasts out there!

Jeremiah and Company always give Advisors quality actionable advice on how to market and build their practices and stand apart from the rest. Well worth your time listening.

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