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Built to Sell Radio is a weekly podcast for business owners interested in selling a business. Each week, we ask an entrepreneur who has recently sold a business why they decided to sell their business, what they did right and what mistakes they made through the process of exiting their business. Built to Sell Radio is the ultimate insider's guide to approaching the most important financial transaction of your life.
 
Intentional Growth™ is a podcast for entrepreneurs and business owners wanting to clarify a path toward a more valuable business and turn their vision into reality. Weekly, content-rich episodes provide you with information on how to get clear on what you want from the business and why, the way companies are valued, strategies to increase that value, and the variety of ways you can transition your role or exit your ownership. From technical episodes dissecting the inner-workings of private e ...
 
The #1 Evidence Based Growth Podcast on the Internet. The Science of Success is about the search for evidence based personal growth. It's about exploring ways to improve your decision-making, understand your mind and how psychology rules the world around you, and learn from experts and thought leaders about ways we can become better versions of ourselves.
 
Welcome to In The Know, a growth marketing podcast to help you learn from leading growth professionals, marketers, entrepreneurs, strategists, consultants, and technologists about the specific things they do to make more money for their own businesses and for their clients. Since our launch, Buckley has featured Neil Patel, Joseph Grenny, John Warrillow, Timothy Sykes and dozens more leading individuals.
 
Most business owners avoid documenting their core business processes (even though they’re key to building a business that works without them) so we decided to do if for them. We interview industry experts and have them share their best small business systems and processes. Our team then converts those interviews into procedure templates that you can duplicated, customised and deployed within your business. It’s the quickest, easiest and efficient way to build a systemised business.
 
The most innovative people in the world of small business go one-on-one each week with marketing expert Tim Reid. In this award winning podcast; business owners share where their original business idea came from, how they got it to market and the strategies they used that led to their business’s unprecedented growth. Host Timbo Reid’s curiosity for what makes business owners tick and his passion for small business success means that every episode is chock full of marketing gold that will hel ...
 
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Belly Band creator Carol Brunswick spent over $300,000 of her family’s savings, with little or no return, before landing on a more effective way to grow her business. The new improved way involved bootstrapping everything, and adopting a people first, profit second philosophy. It worked! Now she’s sold 70,000 Belly Bands and absolutely loves buildi…
 
In 2007, Laura Roeder started selling online courses on how to market through social media. Her courses gained popularity, resulting in Roeder growing an email list of around 70,000 people. Inspired to further serve her customers, she decided to create social media scheduling software. It was one of the first social media planning tools that allowe…
 
Phil Jones is an international business speaker and bestselling author. Phil has made it his life’s work to completely demystify the sales process. He has gone on to deliver over 2,500 presentations in 57 countries across five continents, training more than two million people (both sales and non-sales professionals, leaders, and experts) to learn h…
 
Ep. #3 [THEME TWO] We have two business owners, Rob Dube and Cindy Banchy, on the show to wrap up our second theme, “Are You Creating a Lifestyle Business or a Valuable Asset.” They share how they shifted their mindset to think about their company like an asset, what their future goals are, and how their lives - and businesses - have changed since …
 
In 2009, Raman Sehgal started a small marketing company called ramarketing. In 2015, frustrated with the company’s progress, Sehgal decided to analyze his business. That’s when he discovered something interesting. Ramarketing’s most valuable customers (low-maintenance, sticky, high gross margin etc.) were in the pharmaceutical industry. Sehgal imme…
 
Today’s episode is a bit different than a normal episode of Science of Success. We share the incredible "Real Life Story of The Epic Quest To See How The World’s Most Successful People Launched Their Careers” - including a wild journey of hacking the Price is Right, meeting Bill Gates and Lady Gaga, and an epic five-year quest to study and learn fr…
 
EP. #2 [THEME TWO] Should you reinvest your business’s profits or take home distributions instead? In this episode, Ali Nasser, founder and CEO of AltruVista, is on the show to help us answer this question and continue our current theme: are you running a lifestyle business or creating a valuable asset? Ali talks about the three critical dilemmas t…
 
In 2001, Haroon Mokhtarzada and his brothers started Webs.com, which allowed anyone to build a professional website. Eager to grow the company, they decided to raise money from a venture capital firm – a decision Mokhtarzada would later regret. They ultimately grew Webs.com to over 50 million users and sold it in 2011 to Vistaprint for over 10 x re…
 
In this episode, we bring on Grant Cardone to give you a real look at what it means to be successful and what it really takes to get there. He shares the exact shifts you have to make in order to 10x your life. We share why you should ignore most people’s advice, how to push yourself to a new level, and why learning isn’t enough to get to the highe…
 
EP. #1 [THEME TWO] Today, we kick off a new theme: are you running a lifestyle business or are you growing a valuable asset? In this episode, Arkona co-founders Ryan Tansom and Pat Hobby break down what it takes to view your business as a financial asset - regardless of when you want to sell - so you can focus on growing the value of the company. B…
 
In 1988, Tony Falkenstein started Just Life Group, one of the first water-cooler companies in New Zealand. In 2016, Falkenstein identified the need to diversify into new service offerings and opted to start acquiring companies. Since then, Falkenstein has acquired six businesses, aligning with their overall focus of enhancing lives through healthy …
 
Dr. Matthew Walker is Professor of Neuroscience and Psychology at the University of California, Berkeley, and Founder and Director of the Center for Human Sleep Science. He has published over 100 scientific studies and is the author of the book Why We Sleep: Unlocking the Power of Sleep and Dreams. Which is currently the #1 Amazon Bestseller in Neu…
 
EP. #4 [THEME ONE] This is a very special episode to cap off our first series “What Do You Want From Your Business and Why.” We have a panel of four business owners–along with Dr. Stacy Feiner–who are willing to share their personal journeys about getting clear on what they wanted from their businesses and how it impacted their decision-making, sta…
 
In 2015 Josh Davis and a friend, Darryl Ee, decided to start Speedee Transport, a trucking company specializing in shipping products that need to be refrigerated. Within three years of starting the business, they had grown from two to over forty-five employees, and an acquirer approached them. This kicked off an emotionally draining—and financially…
 
Mark Manson is the New York Times and international bestselling author of The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck and his new already bestselling book Everything Is Fucked. His blog, markmanson.net, attracts more than two million readers per month. He is also the CEO and founder of Infinity Squared Media LLC See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/priv…
 
EP. #3 [THEME ONE] On today’s show we have someone who lives and breathes living life with intention. Rob Dube is the co-founder of imageOne, one of Forbes Top 25 Small Businesses in America, and on the list of the Inc. 5000. Rob recently partnered with his friend and mentor Gino Wickman to create “The 10 Disciplines - manage and maximize your ener…
 
In 2017, John Whiting started Digital Kryptonite with the goal to provide business owners with more leads. Helping his clients mine LinkedIn, Whiting quickly grew his company from zero to seven figures within a year. The company was seeing massive growth month-over-month when suddenly Whiting received a message from his credit card processor that h…
 
James is an American author, entrepreneur, and photographer. His personal blog, jamesclear.com has over 400,000 email subscribers. Since his last visit to the show, his first book Atomic Habits has gone on to sell over 1 million copies worldwide. James’s work focuses primarily on habits and human potential looking to answer the question “How can we…
 
EP. #2 [THEME ONE] On today’s show with Dr. Stacy Feiner, she returns for her second time to go in-depth on why self-awareness affects your ability to enjoy work, create wealth, and make an impact and ultimately affect the long-term value of your business. Dr. Feiner is an innovative psychologist who helps elite performers identify and overcome men…
 
In 2019, Jonathan Shroyer, alongside his Co-Founder Scott McCabe, started Officium Labs with the goal to help clients turn contact centers into profit centers. After two years of seeing incredible growth, Jonathan was approached by three investors to acquire Officium Labs. Shroyer ultimately ended up selling to Arise for around 20X EBITDA.…
 
In this episode we discuss how to boost your energy, focus, and happiness in 5 minutes or less using a dead simple strategy anyone can apply right away. We explore the power of self knowledge and why it’s one of the cornerstones of success in any area of life, and we uncover several powerfully uncomfortable questions we can ask ourselves to be happ…
 
EP. #1 [THEME ONE] My guest today is Bo Burlingham. I read Bo’s book (Finish Big: How Great Entrepreneurs Exit Their Companies on Top) back in 2015 and it was the reason I started this podcast and eventually lead to the creation of the Intentional Growth™ 5 Principles. I had the chance to interview Bo when this podcast was first starting and today,…
 
Eddie Whittingham started a company called The Defense Works in 2016. His idea was to provide companies with information on how to avoid getting hacked. Whittingham created a series of animated video clips explaining cyber security best practices and offered his content on a subscription model to companies. By 2020, Whittingham had bootstrapped his…
 
[START OF NEW CONTENT FORMAT] You’ve risked and sacrificed a lot to build your business, and we believe you should get rewarded for your hard work. In this special 300th episode, Arkona partners Matt and Pat join Ryan to discuss the takeaways after 300 interviews with some of the top minds in business. Their conversation is full of stories that tie…
 
Amanda Walker is the co-founder of the hot chip mini empire Lord of the Fries. Launched in 2004 with her husband, they now have 23 stores nationally. Join host Tim Reid as she shares her business journey along with why and how to slowly build a business you’ll love. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
In 2016, James Ashford took what little was left after his business failed and invested £4,000 in developing proposal software for accountants which he named GoProposal. By 2020, GoProposal was a slick application with £1.5 million in revenue and hundreds of accountants using it. That’s when Ashford agreed to be acquired for a healthy 8-figure sum.…
 
After her husband passed away in his early 30s, Sandy Hansen-Wolff had two choices: close down shop or take over and run the one-million-dollar-in-revenue business. Sandy, a former insurance agent, chose to take over the business with her A+ team and continue her husband's legacy. In this episode, Sandy talks about how she took over the business wi…
 
Here's a masterclass on how to create Australia's best gelato experience with Gelato Messina's co-founder Declan Lee. All this and more on The Small Business Big Marketing Podcast hosted by Tim Reid. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By The Small Business Big Marketing Podcast with Timbo Reid
 
James Ashford had a burning drive to become an entrepreneur and start a successful business. After a failed attempt to grow a marketing agency, Ashford knew that to build the business he had always dreamed of, he needed to make some drastic changes. In 2016, Ashford took what little was left after his business failed and invested £ 4,000 in develop…
 
Girish Redekar is the founder of RecruiterBox, an IT pro and SaaS business expert. In this entrepreneur story, Girish talks about how he started his SaaS company and stood out among the thick competition to then sell internationally for an all-cash offer. In this episode, Girish discusses how he bootstrapped RecruiterBox and prioritized customer fe…
 
No matter what industry you're in, challenge the way things get done, because more often than not, there’s always a better way. That’s certainly the experience of Steffan Van Lint, the founder of Quiz Meisters, one of Australia's largest (and certainly most fun) pub trivia companies. It’s a trivial episode 592 of The (12 year-old, award-winning) Sm…
 
Dr. Craig Everett is on the show today to dive deep (in a way that a normal business owner can understand) into the world of valuations, where they come from, and how the research he leads at Pepperdine University is helping shed light on the middle and lower private markets. Dr. Craig Everett is a finance professor at Pepperdine University and con…
 
From the first time I saw Emma & Tom’s Juices on the shelf at my local cafe, I was hooked. Finally, there was a cool looking juice brand, with interesting flavours, no funky additives, plus it was named after two anonymous people. Who the hell was Emma and Tom?! It’s taken me 18 years to find that out; but it was worth the wait. Let’s go and meet T…
 
Being a business owner and entrepreneur takes more than just a crazy work ethic. On today’s show, we have Mari Tautimes, who has confronted a lot of challenges that required a lot of grit and intensity. She became a mom at 15 and had to raise her child by herself. Then, in her early twenties, she was brought into her dad’s insurance brokerage that …
 
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