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Growth Everywhere is a weekly interview series with entrepreneurs and marketers on the latest in digital marketing and entrepreneurship. Learn actionable strategies & tactics on how you can make your business grow and mistakes to avoid during your journey. Learn from individuals who have founded billion dollar companies to best-selling authors. If you're interested in being on the show, e-mail eric@growtheverywhere.com.

Leveling Up with Eric Si‪u‬ Eric Siu

    • Entrepreneurship
    • 4.9 • 279 Ratings

Growth Everywhere is a weekly interview series with entrepreneurs and marketers on the latest in digital marketing and entrepreneurship. Learn actionable strategies & tactics on how you can make your business grow and mistakes to avoid during your journey. Learn from individuals who have founded billion dollar companies to best-selling authors. If you're interested in being on the show, e-mail eric@growtheverywhere.com.

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    Highlights 1

    0:00 - Content decaying over time
    0:18 - Wikipedia Content Analysis
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    [0:54] - Monitor Content Decay [01:43] - What is a Customer Data Platform? [02:56] - SEO Quality and Quantity [03:23] - Reason for Marketing School Daily [03:50] - Secret of Consistency in Podcastingg [04:33] - When to try Marketng hacks [05:14] - Final Thoughts Leave Some Feedback:
     
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    • 5 min
    Highlights 2

    Highlights 2

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    TIME-STAMPED SHOW NOTES:
    [00:00] - Life as a Never-ending Game
    [00:12] - How to be Interesting and Helpful
    [00:56] - Core Skills for the Marketing Game
    [01:27] - Failing on your Experiments
    [01:57] - Able to change your mind quickly
    [02:12] - When to start your business
    [02:36] - Scheduling Your Days
    [03:39] - How to Build Confidence through learning
    [06:40] - Final Thoughts
     
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    • 7 min
    How To Design A Book The Right Way

    How To Design A Book The Right Way

    How To Design A Book The Right Way
    In today's video, Eric Siu talks about how to design your book the right way. Even if you are not a designer, you have to know what you want your book cover to look like because you do not want to outsource that vision. When designing the cover of your book, it also helps to look at other books and see what works and what isn't. Watch the video for the full guide on how to design your book the right way!
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    [00:00]- Introduction [00:10] - About the Leveling Up book cover [00:17] - Process of designing a book cover [00:47] - Importance of color [01:00] - Character design story [01:19] - You have to know what you want [01:29] - Different version of the book cover [01:32] - Things to consider for the book cover [02:40] - What Goes on Inside of a Book [03:16] - Badges throughout the book [03:49] - Under the dust jacket [04:05] - Pick who you want to work with [04:36]- Know When to Step Away [04:52] - Final Thoughts  
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    • 5 min
    The Habits You'll Need to Guarantee Success in Life (and Create Your Own Luck Consistently)

    The Habits You'll Need to Guarantee Success in Life (and Create Your Own Luck Consistently)

    Today my book Leveling Up is officially released. In this video I'm sharing some of my favorite moments from interviews I've done on other shows talking about the concepts in the book. In the Rebel Capitalist show with George Gammon I talk about the red pill moment that got me focused on being prepared. On the Pomp show I talk about the concept of creating your own luck with the right habits. Be sure to check out all the original interviews, and of course, go support the book! Book available now! https://www.levelingup.com
    TIME-STAMPED SHOW NOTES:
    [00:00] - Why You Should Care for Politics [00:33] - Constantly Improve and Add Value [01:18] - Resilience as a Top Trait in Life [02:45] - The Best Investment You Can Make [03:37] - How To Level Up [04:51] - Equal Opportunities for Everyone [05:13] - How We are Programmed [06:32 ]- Four Forms of Leverage [07:19 ]- Final Thoughts Leave Some Feedback:
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    • 8 min
    The #1 Mindset to Overcome Life Challenges

    The #1 Mindset to Overcome Life Challenges

    The #1 Mindset to Overcome Life Challenges
    Try this one, simple mindset shift and overcome any challenge life throws at you. If you approach life as a game, it's much easier to face your challenges and overcome them. These clips are highlights from interviews I've recently done promoting the upcoming book, Leveling Up! 
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    [00:00] Life is a game [00:14] How to have fun every day of your life [00:40] Jordan Belfort's show [00:51]  How to use pain as fuel [01:31]  Chris Do's show [01:45] Why I wrote Leveling Up [02:51] The importance of mindset [03:30] ClickFunnels Radio [03:45] How to build a strong culture Leave Some Feedback:
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    • 6 min
    From Hooters Waitress & No Degree To Running Billion Dollar Brands with Kat Cole

    From Hooters Waitress & No Degree To Running Billion Dollar Brands with Kat Cole

    From Hooters Waitress and No Degree To Running Billion Dollar Brands with Kat Cole
    Today’s guest is Kat Cole and she joins us to share some of the frameworks she has developed to become the business mogul and empathetic leader she is today. Kat was a Hooters waitress before she transitioned to becoming the President and COO of Focus Brands, as well as an investor, advisor, thought leader, and board member for multiple companies. Our conversation starts with the story of how Kat was making over $40,000 as a waitress at age 19 when she transitioned into the corporate world for half the salary. From there, we talk about how Kat was able to rise so quickly in this new environment for a number of reasons, where she highlights being placed in leadership positions in unfamiliar situations, and the understanding of human nature she developed as a youth. Kat shares some of the frameworks for success that she has come up with over the years, such as the four characteristics of good leaders, ‘mentorship moments’, and monthly check-ins. She also gets into her method for arriving at these frameworks which involve unbiased reflection and a continuous willingness to apply new lessons going forward. Our conversation also covers the culture Kat fosters in her teams, the channels through which she is currently connecting to her audience, and a whole lot more. Tune in today!
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    [00:39] Introducing Kat Cole and her rise to success from humble beginnings. [00:50] The new platforms Kat is leveraging to grow her audience and share her teachings. [02:10] What lay behind Kat taking a huge pay cut to leave Hooters for the corporate world. [04:20] Developing the knowledge to run SaaS versus brick and mortar businesses. [06:30] How Kat developed the resilience to lead human-driven business models at a young age. [09:45] The role of humility, curiosity, courage, and confidence in good leadership. [12:02] Building trust  and having responsibilities as a leader in unfamiliar situations. [13:45] How Kat builds the mental frameworks she uses to level up using reflection. [14:48] The mentorship Kat arranged for herself using ‘mentoring moments.’ [16:50] Changing your mindset and applying the advice you are given. [17:26] How Kat levels up using her monthly check-in and hotshot rule methods. [19:46] The idea that our progress blinds us to the magnitude of our achievements. [20:34] A deeper dive into the types of questions Kat asks in her monthly check-ins. [22:03] The most beneficial tool Kat has recently implemented. [22:15] The relationship advice to be found in Kat’s favorite business book. [22:46] How to best reach Kat online. Resources From The Interview:
     
    Kat Cole on LinkedIn Kat Cole on Twitter Kat Cole on Instagram Checking In with Kat Cole Focus Brands Clubhouse Must-read book: Give and Take  
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    • 23 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
279 Ratings

279 Ratings

Noriaki2013 ,

Instructive and useful talk shows and interviews

Found this podcast via Andrew Wilkinson’s tweet. His interview is great. I am now binge listening Eric’s daily talk shows and occasional interviews. Thank you for providing such instructive and useful materials!

mattlikeshockey ,

Too much focus on sponsors than real content

I get it. Sponsors pay the bills. But a 6 min podcast that is half intro and sponsors is out of balance. Used to be better.

Michaelnoesta ,

Waste of your life

If you want to be barraged with propaganda for a few minutes and receive nothing if substance regarding content this is for you. I never leave bad reviews but I’m hoping this will save someone else from wasting their attention on someone who is literally phoning it in. I would rather blow my brains out than listen to this dork’s podcast one more second.

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