Self-Made is a myth. The truth is no one ever does it alone. We need other people to lean on and to learn from. The Community Made Podcast is an all access pass to lessons, learnings, and key insights from the world’s most fascinating entrepreneurs including Gary Vaynerchuk, Naveen Jain, Tim Ferris, and Shep Gordon. People who are not only winning in business, but winning in life as well. They say that an entrepreneur is someone who goes from working in their business to on their business. But there’s another level of entrepreneur who goes from working on their business to working on themselves. That’s who this podcast is for. My philosophy is that if I am transparent about my story, you can leverage my wins while at the same time avoiding my losses. Because in the words of Charlie Munger, "everyone learns from experience, but I’d rather learn from the experiences of others."
S2E17 - The Superconnector's Playbook: A Conversation with Scott Gerber and Ryan Paugh
In today’s episode I sit down with the Superconnectors themselves, Scott Gerber and Ryan Paugh. From understanding your natural style of connection, to forging partnerships capable of standing the test of time, and how to become a Superconnecting rockstar in your your own circles, in this episode of Community Made!
The Six Ways to Invest In Relationships
Amazing people become more amazing over time and you just can’t predict who someone will become or what they will go on to accomplish in their life.
Practical steps for scouting new and promising talent, how to capture relationship intelligence, my 6 Strategies for investing in relationships so that you can really nurture them for the long haul, and so much more in this episode of Community Made…
Prioritizing Relationships: How to Design a World Class Network
I’m a firm believer that all problems can be solved with the right peer group. That being said, if you’re looking to build a world class network then you got to go wide in your networking and narrow in your nurturing.
In this episode I share action-oriented strategies for building an incredibly peer group regardless of whether you’re just starting out or already established as a community catalyst within your circles.
Making the Most of Mentorships with Todd Herman
Full disclosure: I am a huge Todd Herman fan. I met Todd during one of the darkest times of my life, and my connection to him has had a substantial positive impact. In this episode of Community Made, the two of us sit down to discuss the many myths of mentorship, Todd's framework for finding a great mentor, his personal playbook on how to be a great mentor, and the many benefits that can be found in mentoring other people...
How to Learn from Mentors Instead of Mistakes: Navigating the Ins and Outs of Mentorship
Looking backwards on my career, I can honestly say that I wouldn’t be where I am without the guidance of a few great mentors that took me under their wing. Why the wisest investment is wisdom, how to make the most of a mentoring relationship regardless of which side of the equation you might fall, myths of mentorship that we tend to take as truths, and the 4 stages of mentoring, and so much more in this episode of Community Made!
Building Communities That Scale: From Small Retreats to Large Summit Events with Alexis Dean & Giovanni Marsico
In this episode of Community Made I sit down with two uber-catalysts, Giovanni Marsico and Alexis Dean. The three of us discuss how to build communities at scale, finding your tribe, the complexities of hosting small intimate gatherings vs. huge summit style events, best practices for vetting potential members and attendees and so much more!
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Trying to clean the garage on a Sunday and was going to hold off on writing a review until I was done listening for the day, but just had to write a review after listening to Vanessa Van Edwards and UJ Ramdas. WOW!!! Can’t wait to listen to all the other episodes and come back to this one! I run a non-profit, but the insight and advice is so easily adaptable to every facet of business and life! Thank you, Jayson!!!
This is some of the best advice I have ever heard, fully implementable in my business and life. S2E3 is what I needed today. I’m sure there will be more nuggets to come. Thanks to Jamie Swanson for the introduction!
Now I understand how top entrepreneurs think
Have never been a top level entrepreneur but I would like to work with a few who have been keystone contributors to industries that are near to my heart. Jayson’s experience, remarkable results, and unbridled openness in authentically sharing his ups and downs of maneuvering inside that realm has given me a few tools that should help me with my own mission. Thank You, Jayson. And thank you Jamie Swanson for recommending this incredibly valuable resource.