EP101. Priest Willis: Hacking Your Job To Build A Life


Priest Willis is the Director of Affiliate Marketing for Affiliate Mission–the fastest growing affiliate management startup in North Carolina. He got his start in affiliate marketing in early 2000s where he cut his teeth building a few niche affiliate sites and managing company sites like Lenovo, Atomicpark and also BuyCostumes where he grew their affiliate program exponentially and won several industry awards.–Priest shows us how to hack our job to build a life!
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Getting Others On The Same Page

Part 8 of a Mini Series on Building a Successful Business

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As discussed in the last section, Your Purpose Drives The Long-Term Objective:

You need to make sure your Objective is the result of accomplishing the Purpose.

Make sure they synchronize. All of the actions must work with each other and be apples and apples. Make sure the actions you take, are actions that will accomplish the Objective.

Read it out loud when you are done and ensure yourself that you are complete. Read it over and over. Put it down, come back tomorrow and read it out loud once again with a fresh clear head and fresh eyes. Tweak as needed.

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EP100. P2: John Mautner: Top Tools to Build Profitable High Growth Business


Part 2. John Mautner, the founder of Cycle-of-Success Institute, is a seasoned entrepreneur who launched and built four successful companies in the past 20 years. Inc. Magazine named his first business as one of America’s 500 fastest growing companies–John tells us the top 10 tools for building a profitable high growth business!
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Your Purpose Drives The Long-Term Objective

Part 7 of a Mini Series on Building a Successful Business

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As discussed in the last section, Your Action List Gets It Done:

Bill Gates was used as an example by stating that he could have gone clubbing and partying most of the time. He did not, and by pushing through on his Action List, created an empire that changed the world, and made him one of the richest people on record.

If he did not have those items in his crosshairs to attain, he very well could have done a million other things for entertainment.

There’s no real problem with that, it has its place, but without these points (Purpose, Long-Term Objective, Master Plan, and Action List (or Things-To-Do List) that are necessary for action to occur in a big way, nothing of any magnitude or worth would get accomplished.

The way to success depends on your actions, not the time. The way to success often requires you to work long hours to blast through the barriers to get what you want.

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EP99. P1: John Mautner: Top Tools to Build Profitable High Growth Business


John Mautner, the founder of Cycle-of-Success Institute, is a seasoned entrepreneur who launched and built four successful companies in the past 20 years. Inc. Magazine named his first business as one of America’s 500 fastest growing companies–John tells us the top 10 tools for building a profitable high growth business!
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Your Action List Gets It Done

Part 6 of a Mini Series on Building a Successful Business

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As discussed in the last section, Your Master Plan Requires Strategic And Tactical Planning:

The first section of your Master Plan should list out how you are going to accomplish your Long-Term Objective over a period of years. What do you have to do? What do you have to accomplish? What barriers have to be dealt with? How are you going to do that?

The second step of your Master Plan should list out those broad tactical actions that you need to accomplish. In other words, how are you going to take those strategy steps and turn them into doable actions that are accomplishable?

With those two plans well understood, we now look at the breakdown of Things-To-Do known here as your Action List.

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EP98. Russell Brunson: Abandon Your Website For Your Business To Survive!


Russell Brunson started and grew companies online for over 13 years. After graduating Boise State University, he sold over one million dollars worth of products in his first year and kept rocking every since. Running a plethora of businesses and interests, he’s one of the top super affiliates in the world!—Now, Russell tells us how you must abandon your website for your business to survive.
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Your Master Plan Requires Strategic And Tactical

Part 5 of a Mini Series on Building a Successful Business

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As discussed in the last section, a Master Plan, in our sense, means a group of individual actions that you need to take to accomplish your Long-Term Objective (like a giant to-do list stretching out over years).

In launching a complex new product, you could have a Master Plan covering the design steps, another Master Plan for the hardware, another Master Plan for the software, and so on. Specific people can then be assigned a specific Master Plan to get a job done.

A product launch can move swiftly when organized in this fashion. In other words, this is the master things-to-do list that contains everything you need to accomplish your Long-Term Objective.

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