Today, Kim talks about testing with clear intentions and purpose. We tackle the downsides of testing just for the sake of testing and this is a waste of time and resources!
In this week’s episode with Danny May, we discuss the beginnings of Lingmo, a translation app, and how it aids global companies and individual translators in breaking language barriers.
In today’s no bullsh!t talk, Martin Moore and I take a deep dive into the concept of leadership. We break down what good leadership actually looks like, what measures leaders can implement during this unexpected pandemic, how to optimise and improve your leadership skills and a ton of great insights on this invaluable skill.
Today, I want to talk about a very common cultural phenomenon found down here in Australia. If you’ve never heard of Tall Poppy Syndrome then be prepared because while it may sound harmless, it’s a toxic cultural phenomenon that needs to stop.
Our guest today may not have invented meditation, but he found gaps in the wellness industry that has allowed him to become a person of authority. Luke McLeod of Soul Alive recounts how he got started in the practice and how he identified an area he could improve to help people to incorporate mindfulness and meditation in their lives more.
Today, we chat with Jaryd Krause, Founder & CEO of Buying Online Businesses. He shares with us everything we need to know about the online space, from the three types of business models, the risks involved, and where you can find the opportunities for purchasing website businesses!
Wrapping up our episodes covering the NOC method of Niche, Offer, and Copy, I’m going to teach how important the copywriting component truly is. All this time, you may have been writing content instead of copy! I’ll let you know the difference and how you can write Facebook ad copy that inspires your buyer to move forward.
In this episode, find out more about some new tech in the fitness world called Vitruvian Form, as Jon Gregory pumps out the secret sauce to how he was able to identify the gaps in the market and use those to his benefit.