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A podcast for people who want to make an impact in the world with their life's work. We interview entrepreneurs, experts, and artists who will give you insights from their lives so you can live a life with more intent. If you're interested in work life balance, following your passions, making yourself an MVP in any arena, and self employment, then you're in the right place. Discover how you can create income streams that work for you so that you can have the time and freedom to do what you love, whether it's traveling the world, or just living comfortably at home. Other topics include business essentials, productivity, motivation, growing an audience, marketing, self employment advice, work-life balance and all the modern online business stuff.

The Angles of Lattitude Podcast: Learn from the Successes of the Creatively Self Employed New Inceptions with JC Preston

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    • 5.0 • 36 Ratings

A podcast for people who want to make an impact in the world with their life's work. We interview entrepreneurs, experts, and artists who will give you insights from their lives so you can live a life with more intent. If you're interested in work life balance, following your passions, making yourself an MVP in any arena, and self employment, then you're in the right place. Discover how you can create income streams that work for you so that you can have the time and freedom to do what you love, whether it's traveling the world, or just living comfortably at home. Other topics include business essentials, productivity, motivation, growing an audience, marketing, self employment advice, work-life balance and all the modern online business stuff.

    Pat Flynn – The Power of Collaborative Teamwork for the Entrepreneur: From Solopreneur to SPI Media and Beyond (AoL 200)

    Pat Flynn – The Power of Collaborative Teamwork for the Entrepreneur: From Solopreneur to SPI Media and Beyond (AoL 200)

    In the last session, I brought up the books Key Person of Influence and OverSubscribed both written by Daniel Priestley and one thing that these books have made is that the dream of the solopreneur is a pipedream. In fact, as a business owner, we need to seek collaborative teamwork as soon as possible.And, as I've been telling people in my day to day life, I think these books are as vital to someone's success as an entrepreneur as Rich Dad, Poor Dad and The E-Myth Revisited are. Sure, you can go without reading any of these books... but I highly suggest you don't pass them over.For the longest time, today's guest might have been considered the Ultimate Warrior of Solopreneurship. In fact, for much of its history, Smart Passive Income (SPI) featured Pat Flynn as the Crash Test Dummy of Online Business. And if he could start a six figure passive income business on his own, anyone could.But here's the thing. For several years now, he's been part of a team. Sure, he's been the head of creative at SPI, but he's been part of a team.And I have to admit, when that transition happened out of the blue, I (and I'm sure plenty of others) felt left behind.But as you'll hear, when he joined forces with Matt Garland and his team, things completely changed. The power of collaborative teamwork began changing his business and his life.Listen in as Veronica and I hear about his Pat his journey of leaving the legend of the great solopreneur behind to join his own team of Avengers.I think it's a lesson we all have to hear moving forward.Enjoy!







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    * If Pat was the main protagonist of a Disney movie, how would it start? 13:42* What made Pat finally start his podcast? 18:39* What factors does Pat believe give his show staying power? 21:34* When it comes to SPI, who is Jess and how did her getting involved with the brand open doors to what it is today? 24:34* What were the indicators that it was time to start growing the SPI team? 27:36* How did Pat meet Matt Garland originally? 31:09* What tactics does SPI use to keep everyone working in their strengths? 35:01* What were some of the takeaways Pat had after doing the Income Stream daily for an entire year? 37:17* After doing the Income Stream for a year, does he prefer podcasting or the live stream? 40:39* How can someone realize when the business is ready for the solopreneur to take a step back? 42:37* How do you know it's time to embrace collaborative teamwork? 45:54* Where does Pat see entrepreneurship after the pandemic and what does he want to do more of? 48:49* Who are Pat's top 3 influential people who have helped him get to where he's at today? 53:37* Who would cause Pat to be starstruck if he had the chance to interview them? 54:20* What's the biggest plot twist Pat has seen in his professional life? 55:50* If Pat was sent back to January 1st 1990, what would he do to prepare? 59:40* How can someone be a difference maker in their community? 1:01:57







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    Kira Leskew – Taking a Step Back to See the Big Picture: Finding Inner Peace in a World of Chronic Hustle and Burnout (AoL 199)

    Kira Leskew – Taking a Step Back to See the Big Picture: Finding Inner Peace in a World of Chronic Hustle and Burnout (AoL 199)

    A couple of books I've been reading recently are essentially about finding inner peace as a business owner. One is called Key Person of Influence, and the other is called OverSubscribed both by Daniel Priestley. One's about becoming someone who creates opportunities in life through relationships while the other is about making you and your brand something so desired that there's a waiting list. How are they about inner peace? Well, both of them are books essentially about anti-hustle. They're books about working smarter, not harder. (They're also both available on Scribed).So many of us are used to working harder in our lives that we forget the price that we pay to do so.I know I have. And I've realized that pushing the capacity of myself wasn't really getting me further along. In fact, it was ruining not only my relationships but also my own physical wellbeing.I first started on this path of discovery when I met this session's guest, Kira Leskew in the summer of 2020. And while I was still trying to figure out what my next steps were, I was also trying to carry on all the other things that I was already doing.After working with her for a few months to learn about Pranayama last fall, I have continued to use it and other tools to get the weight of the world off my shoulders.I've realized (and I continue to realize) people who get to where many of us want to be - they don't overwork themselves. In fact, according to Key Person of Influence, they do just the opposite.In this episode, and as we close out season 5, I wanted to have Kira on to share with you some of the insight I've learned during this Pandemic stricken year. It really did allow me to slow down so I could speed up.Listen in as she shares with us some of her thoughts on anti-hustle, being present, and keeping yourself from burning out.Enjoy!







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    * How did Kira get into teaching others about meditation? 14:03* What was the critical moment that made Kira consider meditation? 15:32* How did she realize that others would be interested in the same realizations she's had? 20:25* A lot of times, business owners find themselves in the weeds of the business. How can they raise themselves up to see the bigger picture more frequently? 27:31* For people who have problems actually getting into meditation, what would Kira recommend to people to finally make it happen? 30:37* How is she addressing all the burnout that's going on due to the pandemic? 36:01* How can business leaders who feel pulled in many directions be able to reset themselves? 39:30* What's Kira excited about in the coming year? 47:31* Who are three influencers who helped Kira get to where she's at today? 49:18* If she could ask anyone living or dead a question, who and what would it be? 50:09* What's something Kira thinks is going to affect entrepreneurship in the future she's excited about? 51:08* In the last 5 years, what new belief, behavior, or habit has most improved Kira's life? 51:35* What's it mean to live a life of abundance? 53:43







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    Jerome Myers – Discovering Your True Self: How To Allow Yourself to Start Living Your Dream (AoL 198)

    Jerome Myers – Discovering Your True Self: How To Allow Yourself to Start Living Your Dream (AoL 198)

    One of the things I've learned in the last 10 years (and even more so since the start of the pandemic) is many of us, including myself at times, ask if we're worthy enough to level up and start living our dream. Scratch that - OUR DREAMS.See, here's the thing. Society has told us what's important and that's the magic dollar bill. How you get it is secondary to actually getting it. Because so many people focus on the end destination (which, hint... there is no end destination), it really doesn't matter how you get the result.However, what I've learned along the way is that if you can tap into your true self and do work that has meaning to you and/or you finding fascinating, then the sky's the limit.That was true for this session's guest, Jerome Myers.







    As he tells it in this chat, while he was in college he realized that there are easier ways to earn income than trading time for money. In particular, he learned that multi-family housing can be particularly lucrative.More so, he realized that when he "figured it out" that others need to know how to get free from the Matrix and live their dreams as well.Listen in as he shares with us some of his thoughts on steps to finding our true selves and how we can make sure we don't live a nightmare of constantly trying to do it with little luck.Enjoy!







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    * How was Jerome given the "permission" to seek something other than a traditional day job? 14:14* Where did Jerome get the idea that he even wanted to get into real estate investing? 16:34* What makes the red pill easy to swallow for some people, while other people get choked? 21:21* Are there a couple of signs someone can look for when it comes to pursuing their dream full time? 23:50* What are three things that Jerome suggests that a dreamcatcher can do to make sure their dream doesn't become a nightmare? 26:57* Why does Jerome have multiple podcasts as opposed to bringing in a video element? 28:33* Does Jerome have any success stories of where he's been able to help others take the red pill? 34:20* When it comes to the Hero's journey, does Jerome feel like society is preventing people from living their own? 42:21* What are a handful of concepts people should consider before they leave a successful 9 to 5 career to go do their own thing? 44:39* How does someone make their job making revenue streams for their family? 50:11* What future dream does Jerome want to pursue himself? 53:26* Who were Jerome's top 3 influencers who helped him get to where he's at today? 55:01* What's the best advice he's ever received? 56:46* Is there something he's become good at saying no to? 57:20* What's the piece of advice he likes to give others? 57:50* What does it mean to live a life of abundance? 58:16







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    • 1 hr 2 min
    Sean Tepper – The Magic of Compound Interest in Trading: Using SaaS to find Top Stock Picks and Invest Confidently (AoL 197)

    Sean Tepper – The Magic of Compound Interest in Trading: Using SaaS to find Top Stock Picks and Invest Confidently (AoL 197)

    Often when we think about making millions of dollars, they think of three things. Primarily those things include building a business to a particular revenue level, creating a portfolio of real estate, or getting lucky in the stock market. That last one has always been something that I've struggled to believe - that you had to have luck to find the right top stock picks.Back in session 182, we learned from Jason Brown that it's possible to create a predictable revenue stream from stocks. So after hearing that, I did a bit of research. What I came up with was a subscription the Rich Dad Newsletter... but unfortunately, it was simply a way for his publishing company to make $250 off of me while upselling other solutions.It was frustrating to the say the least.However, it wasn't much longer before I met today's guest, Sean Tepper, and my paradigm started to shift.In today's chat, Sean shares with us how he created a platform called TYKR out of a need to develop his own passive income stream. In it we learn that being an angel investor isn't everything it's cracked up to be. And we also hear how, with the use of the platform itself, how we can all build passive income through the magic of compound interest.Enjoy!







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    * When Sean was developing a means to create passive income, why did he go with the stock market vs going the real estate route? 13:46* How does playing the stock market actually yield passive income? 16:17* What's some advice Sean has heard in the entrepreneurial space that he believes doesn't work for everyone? 17:57* What are the key features of TYKR? 19:15* How did the journey go for Sean as he was creating the platform? 23:26* How does Sean find great guests for his show? 27:18* Sean has posts about certain stocks on his blog. How much are these posts Sean's insights vs the data that comes from TYKR? 28:59* How much money is a good amount of money to use TYKR effectively at first? 33:01* Why does Sean feel TYKR is a wise move for the novice investor? 33:41* How can entrepreneurs keep themselves from getting hooked on the gambling aspect of playing the market as opposed to a tool for growing lasting wealth? 36:35* What are some of things that TYKR's users can expect to hear from Sean when they first get started? 37:47* What is he looking forward to in his journey through 2021 and beyond? 42:20* What are Sean's top three influential podcasts? 44:05* In the last five years, which behavior or habit has had the most impact on his life? 44:42* If Sean could put any ad out into the world, what would it be? 46:24* What is something most people don't realize is a huge waste of money? 48:25* What's the secret to achieving personal freedom? 49:18







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    • 53 min
    Rich Mulholland – Fulfilling Your Victory Condition: How to Get Real Results with Your Next Online Presentation (AoL 196)

    Rich Mulholland – Fulfilling Your Victory Condition: How to Get Real Results with Your Next Online Presentation (AoL 196)

    For a good majority of the population, an online presentation can be a drag. Reason why is that most people are simply new to doing online business. They simply haven't heard all the tips and tactics which have been discussed in the digital marketing space for the last 10+ years.As of 2020, though, the game has changed. And just like how Facebook was once a place for college students to get together and discuss school and their favorite professors, things have changed for Zoom as well. What was once a platform utilized mainly by podcasters and tech savvy businesses, everyone and their brother is using the platform.However, that doesn't mean that they're doing a great job doing so. In fact, poor presentation skills is nothing new. It's just now being done in a widely used online setting.So in this conversation with our guest, Rich Mulholland, we find out how he's not only been able to help people get better at presentations themselves, but why so many business owners fail to take their business to the next level.It was very interesting and unexpected to Andy and I how these very different topics actually are related.Enjoy!







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    * How did Rich realize the stage is a strong way to "activate the audience"? 11:58* How he realized he wanted to make the jump into the performance business? 15:00* What's the difference between a regular job and a job you've started? 18:06* Why do entrepreneurs fail to take their business to the next level? 20:23* What advice does Rich have for the reluctant presenter who's trying to captivate a zoom audience with an online presentation? 24:04* What kinds of things should presenters stay away from when presenting? 26:20* How does Rich feel digital platforms are changing the dynamic of being an actual speaker? 29:55* How do we find those moments to be attention grabbing and what ways can we win back the attention of the audience? 32:33* In what ways does Rich coach his clients to be in sync with the audience and anticipate what's going to be important to them? 36:50* What are some of the steps presenters can take to make sure they've being proactive about staying relevant with today's tech? 39:22* Are there any specific grand plans Rich will be using to thrive in 2021? 42:23* If he could add one book, one song, and one film to the primary curriculum of the world, what would they be? 45:58* What's something Rich has learned recently that he's excited to implement? 48:51* If he could spend a day doing a job or running a business he currently isn't, what would that be? 51:09* What's one thing under $100 that's changed his life for the better? 52:10* How does someone realize they're living their personal mission? 53:55







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    • 58 min
    Dan Dominguez – On Your Path to Fulfilling Work: Why It’s Important to Find Your Why (AoL 195)

    Dan Dominguez – On Your Path to Fulfilling Work: Why It’s Important to Find Your Why (AoL 195)

    When it comes to my work here at New Inceptions, one of the most often asked questions I've received is "JC, how did you find your why?" 10 years ago, I wouldn't have really known what they were talking about. I hadn't really thought about my motivators in life. Sure, I had thought about my personality and what I was naturally attracted to doing, but not what actually goes behind that thinking.In fact, when I first heard Simon Sinek's "Start with Why" presentation, it made since how he was relating it to companies, but it hadn't really clicked for me how it related to people. That wouldn't be until later. However, someone it did click with at the personal level was the founder of the Why Institute, Gary Sanchez.In this chat, Gary's right hand man, Dan Dominguez shares with us in his own words where he was when he stumbled upon Gary's work and how Gary actually put the work together.More specifically we'll learn how Dan is now living his best life due to the work Gary has done as founder of the Why Institute.If you're still struggling to figure out your own Why, perhaps getting some time with Dan might be in your not too distant future? Enjoy!







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    * What were the circumstances that pushed Dan to start searching for a career change? 11:05* Why did Dan actually decided to join Gary to help build the Why Institute? 24:46* Are there certain questions the Why Institute employs to find someone's Why? 29:59* What does Dan want for people to remember as the world continues past the pandemic? 38:53* What are some of the things he's looking forward to moving forward with the Why Institute? 42:38* Which three books does he share with other people? 45:07* What message out there is a disservice to youth? 45:46* Is there something he'd like to do in his life that no one knows about? 47:30* Provided it was cost free, what ad would he place out in the world? 48:25* How can someone quickly find out if they're already living their personal mission? 49:47







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