Wed, 17 September 2014
On today’s Young Wealth Show, Jason Hartman talks with author, Grant Cardone, about philosophies to live by, getting where you want to be and the importance of who you know. One of Cardone’s latest books, The 10X Rule, poses some interesting points about the fundamental ways in which we go about our daily lives.
02.30 – You can totally change your life by living by the mantra: Commit first, figure the rest out later.
06.00 – Constructing a business plan for a totally new business can simply be a waste of time because there’s no way you could plan for everything that could come up.
07.50 – When it comes to setting targets, you need to push yourself. Setting ‘realistic goals’ often ends up in a loss of excitement for your work. The 10X Rule is about thinking beyond and re-inspiring people.
09.50 – Don’t be put off by ‘ridiculous’. One target can be just as ridiculous as another: why write a business plan for $1 million when you can write one for $10 million?
12.00 – Grant Cardone’s upcoming book deals with issues about the middle class, including whether it even exists.
15.30 – With both sides crushing the middle class, the only option is to get rich, and you can do it.
16.00 – Never underestimate the power of saying ‘yes’ to things, and where that can take you.
17.30 – Our culture of not taking risks – even of just not talking to strangers – is the riskiest situation we could put ourselves in. What we lose from not taking risks is extensive.
18.00 – If it’s true that your income is the average of the 5 people you spend most time with, you can only expand yourself if you meet new people.
19.45 – The people you know right now won’t change your life. Meet new people, they’ll change your life tomorrow.
21.00 – Make a list of who you need to meet who can change your life.
23.50 – If you’re already kidding yourself about having just a couple of areas of your life being great, stop and make everything great. Make everything 10X.
24.50 – To get what you want, every day you have to do things you don’t want to do. You’ll set yourself apart as being one of the few who does what is necessary to get the job done.
26.30 – Information can be found about Grant Cardone’s work at www.tiredofmissingsales.com, www.cardoneuniversity.com, on his YouTube channel, through typing his name into Google, or through following him on Twitter @GrantCardone.
Full Transcript at http://jasonhartmanfoundation.org/articles/young-wealth-show/
Thu, 11 September 2014
Dmitry Kozlov, founder and CEO of Purpose Inspired Marketing, is Jason Hartman’s guest today on the Young Wealth Show. With topics for discussion ranging from colour perception and its influence on website conversion to creating opportunities for the technological youth of today, this episode will open the eyes of many listeners to website design elements they may never have considered.
03.00 – A lot of advanced web design deals with people’s perceptions associated with graphics, such as colour representation.
04.20 – The influence of Zappos CEO, Tony Hsieh, seems to know no bounds, even to the level of using his home for business dealings.
05.50 – Live chat or Active Engage options are fast becoming one of the most important tools, especially in e-commerce industries. Companies such as AppSumo are pioneering the trend.
08.35 – Your website’s use of pop-ups can be improved by first posing a yes/no question in a pop-up and then leading to the chance to enter a name and email address, rather than immediately asking for these personal details.
11.30 – For your calls to action to be successful, you have to find a balance between the nurturing side and the business side. That way if one isn’t working for the client, you have the other to fall back on to reassure them.
12.35 – In terms of visual website optimisation, split-testing gives you so much scope for making individual changes to your site and monitoring visitors’ response to it. Hello Bar is one example of an available split-testing tool. In some tests, green has come out as the least successful colours for conversion.
16.50 – When it comes to outsourcing, especially off-shore, you’re hiring process should be as rigorous as it is for any other aspect of your business.
21.50 – When judging how much to pay your employees, you can look at their standard rates and compare those with what other posts are offering. Then you can decide whether to increase or stay the same.
25.30 – Having some technology-based tools like Base Camp (for projects) and Time Doctor (for time tracking) had really make the difference as your project and your team grows
28.00 – Technological advances and their availability mean that the geniuses and business growers of today’s society are able to have these transformations at an earlier age.
30.00 – The costs of membership to with www.mavericknext.com are as necessary to provide the service they offer – focusing on the provision of high-level mentors and strategies for personal success.