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(podcast, the, to, and, podcasts, episode, of, you)
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You don’t need a booking agent to get on the podcast of your dreams. Save your money. Here’s my simple, no-nonsense-guide on how to get booked. I’ve seen many approaches that crash and burn. I’ve also seen a handful of people who understand how to build a genuine relationships. Some of which I’ve become friends with and still chat with today. If you’re reading this, I’m sure you don’t need to be convinced. Aside from the media coverage and PR value, being on a highly regarded podcast can create opportunities to grow your brand, authority, influence and lead to increase demand for your product or services. First off, forget about cold emails and pushy tactics. Here’s a better way: 1. Be a Genuine Fan: • Follow the host everywhere online. Yes, become a social media stalker (the good kind!). • Listen to their episodes. Like, actually listen. Know what they’re about. • Engage with their content. Drop comments that show you’re paying attention. • Share their stuff on your profiles. But don’t just hit 'share'; add your personal touch. Tell your followers why this podcast rocks. 2. Stand Out in Their World: • Keep showing up. Consistency is your secret weapon. • When you feel like you’re part of their community, reach out. Slide into their DMs with something short and sweet. Don't be salesy. • If you’ve got something cool to offer (like a book or a workshop), send it over. But make it special – add a note, highlight what they’d love. 3. Make Your Pitch Natural: • Finally, when the time feels right, casually suggest being on their podcast. Be specific about what you can bring to the table. • Share a few questions they could ask you. Make it easy for them to see you’re a great fit. • Let them know where else you’ve been a guest. It's okay to name drop. It works! If you approach this in the spirit of generously giving/creating value, are patient, and want to build a genuine relationship with someone you admire, your odds of getting a ‘yes’ are much stronger than the “hit & run” approach. What approaches have you used and been successful? What impact has being on a popular podcast done for your personal brand and reach? in the photo: Ivy Malik, Tania Jackson, Greg Zienkiewicz studio: Experience Haus #podcastguide #personalbranding #keypersonofinfluence
Being a part of a podcast with Ranveer Allahbadia in 2021 was a delightful surprise, shattering my initial hesitation tied to the name 'Beerbiceps.' Little did I know the podcast would explore authenticity, genuine curiosity, and profound conversations. After being part of two podcasts with him, I can say one thing- every question he asked was genuine and heartfelt. He's on a real mission to break down complicated spiritual concepts and share them in the simplest way possible, wanting to give valuable insights to millions. Moreover, his willingness to share personal struggles during our conversations showcased a rare humility, a testament to his authenticity. Ranveer, through his podcasts, not only provides a platform for meaningful discussions but also embodies the qualities he seeks in his guests—genuine curiosity, authenticity, and vulnerability. It's a privilege to have shared these moments with someone so dedicated to exploring profound topics of spirituality and, through this process, trying to foster a genuine connection with his audience. Here's to more conversations that inspire, enlighten, and resonate with authenticity!
The Huberman Lab podcast is zero-cost and will continue to be zero-cost. We release episodes every Monday and from time to time, and we also release special guest series on Wednesdays. For instance, we did an expert guest series on all aspects of fitness with Dr. Andy Galpin and a four-episode guest series with Dr. Paul Conti on mental health. In addition, we have a premium subscription — Huberman Lab Premium — which consists of "Ask Me Anything’s (AMAs)." We release those monthly, and they are available to anyone for the first 15 or 20 minutes at no cost. However, you need to be a premium member to get the full AMA sessions. Revenue from Huberman Lab Premium, along with a dollar-for-dollar match from the Tiny Foundation, helps to support scientific research in various laboratories. In this video, I explain some of the research and laboratories that we’ve already supported, including work at Stanford University, Stanford University School of Medicine, Columbia University Vagelos College of Physicians and Surgeons and the Salk Institute for Biological Studies on topics such as mindset, nutrition, stress management, eating disorders, and stem cells. We only support research on human subjects (not animal models). The goal of this effort is to accelerate the progress of exciting research that stands to improve human mental and physical health and performance. Next year, we will be expanding the amount of support we give and the number of projects and laboratories we support. Meanwhile, I want to thank all Huberman Lab listeners. Whether you subscribe to Huberman Lab Premium or not, you are all helping to support exciting and important research. It’s an honor to collaborate with you! Read our Annual Letter 2023: https://lnkd.in/gpwR_mfp
(social, social media, media, to, your, and, the, content)
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social media updates you NEED to know: 👋 Instagram is KILLING its Guides option on 15th December 🪡 Threads is rolling out the capability to delete your account WITHOUT it deleting your Instagram account 💀 Meta’s ad-free subscription option means that if you do subscribe… You cannot run ads on its platforms 🎶 TikTok now lets you add songs to Spotify, Apple Music and Amazon music WITHOUT leaving the app 🚨 IBM has PULLED ads from X, aka Twitter, after discovering its ads were appearing next to pro-nazi content 🚀 Instagram has rolled out SO many new content creation tools INCLUDING new photo filters, new text-to-speech voices and updated fonts & text styles, undo/redo for video editing, custom sticker creation, pinch/zoom/search feature when uploading content from camera roll & more 👀 Threads is testing the ability to tag topics on the app to categorise your posts by interest or theme (looks like how hashtags work, tbh) 💬 Instagram is allegedly working on the ability to request a mention in Stories 👏 Threads is rolling out an option for people to opt-out of their Threads being shown on Facebook and Instagram 🔍 Google has added a new option which allows users to ‘Follow’ search topics and get notified if it “find[s] something particularly timely or important” 👯♀️ Instagram is rolling out the option for users to post in-feed content and Reels just for their Close Friends list ✍️ Meta has introduced Notes to Messenger 🕵️♀️ X, aka Twitter, has rolled out a Job Search function for the web 💙 Bluesky, a Twitter competitor, has announced that a public web interface will be launched around the end of this month, and will let people read posts even if they don't have an account (is it too little, too late?) and that's all for now folks! see ya'll next week 👋💜
(sales, to, the, your, you, and, is, of)
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15 sales lessons I learned as a 1st year Solopreneur. I wouldn't have passed 6 figures without these. 1) Good content is the best sales pitch 2) You don't pick a niche → you discover it 3) Know the BIG problems of your audience 4) Speak to BIG problems if you want to sell 5) Listening is more important than speaking 6) Preparation builds confidence consistently 7) Confidence sells, but overconfidence repels 8) Clarity trumps complexity in communication 9) The more generic you are, the more you lose 10) Failing to nurture leads is failing to close deals 11) You only need one exceptional offer to succeed 12) Objections to your offer are mentors in disguise 13) Authentic passion is infectious in discovery calls 14) Good prospecting grows revenue (read it again) 15) Explain the transformation you give = get more $ and a bonus: 16) Don't get emotionally attached to your goals You're going to experience disappointment. You're going to have "good ideas" that fail. You're going to have days when it sucks. But you're fully capable of success. PS) Where are you stuck?
I saw my cousin last week and he asked me what it was like working in sales… I said “Imagine going up to every girl in a bar and starting a conversation” “Go on” he said “And every single one of them tells you you’re annoying, rude and you're invading their personal space” “Yeah? Story of my life!” “And then you find one who’s really interested” “Ok!?!?!” he said with excitement “ And she makes plans with you to see you next week….” “And then she doesn’t show up and ignores all your calls for the rest of eternity” That is what it’s like working in sales
You cannot sell unless you believe. And your prospects will not buy unless they believe YOU. Selling is a transference of belief over a bridge of trust. If they knew what you know about the product, they should buy. But If they knew everything and WOULDNT buy, then it makes it a deception process. --- -- - So either sell stuff that helps the prospect, or don’t sell at all.
(networking, to, you, and, network, your, the, in)
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Networking is transactional. It's needy. It means you're trying to get something from a stranger and that's creepy. The smarter approach is to share your ideas on social media and attract like-minded people to you. It feels so much better and you're far more likely to build relationships. That means leading with value first. It means getting out of your head and sharing your thoughts no mater how good or bad you believe they are. Throw away the business card. Write. 📌 If you never want to have to do needy networking again, read this: https://lnkd.in/gPw5t8DJ
Harsh Truth: Networking is dead. Focus on building, not networking. • Build communities • Build genuine relationships • Build skills that create value for others When you focus on building, the rest will take care of itself. Stop networking, start building. *** If you enjoyed this, share it with others and follow me Sahil Bloom for more in future.
(black, black friday, friday, the, to, for, and, you)
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Our website is closed on Black Friday. We will sit this one out until common sense returns. If you visit our website today, you will see: This year, we celebrate Planet Earth. This molten rock we fly through space on that we call home. There are lots of offers being touted in the world today, but none as good as these: - Free air. - Free rainwater. - Free sunshine. Right now, we consume enough for 1.75 planets. As a small maker and you as a customer, one common sense thing to do is to buy less, but better. That feels doable. #founders
It’s Black Friday. Don’t feed the beast. Use the day to give away. #circulareconomy #blackfriday #climatechange #sustainability #dontfeedthebeast PS: This is a collaborative call to “no action” from a group of sustainability creators including Harald, Elena, Laxmi, Minou, Elin, Oliver and Donal. Join us and share the message to reach as many people as possible today. Credits to Neil V Fernando for the picture.
❌❌❌ It’s Black Friday. Don’t feed the beast. Use the day to give away instead of buying! Of the 100 billion tonnes of materials entering the global economy every year, more than 90% of it is wasted, only 7,2% circles back into the economy again. (Circularity Gap Report) Join us and share the message to reach as many people as possible today! PS: This is a collaborative call to “no action” from a group of sustainability creators on LinkedIn, including: Vojtech Vosecky Harald Friedl Minou Schillings Oliver Dauert Elena Doms Donal Daly Laxmi Adrianna Haigh #circulareconomy #blackfriday #climatechange #sustainability #dontfeedthebeast #circularmonday Image credit: Neil V Fernando
(saas, product, the, your, to, and, for, is)
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6 lessons I've learned in my 6 years of SaaS:
1/ 𝐓𝐡𝐞 𝐨𝐧𝐥𝐲 𝐜𝐨𝐧𝐬𝐭𝐚𝐧𝐭 𝐢𝐬 𝐜𝐡𝐚𝐧𝐠𝐞.
Cliche, yes. But what made you successful last quarter, won't necessarily make you successful next.
Market dynamics move extremely fast. Competitive landscape is always shifting. Buyers have changed how they buy. Lean hard into change and trust your enablement + leaders.
2/ 𝐍𝐞𝐯𝐞𝐫 𝐭𝐨𝐨 𝐡𝐢𝐠𝐡, 𝐧𝐞𝐯𝐞𝐫 𝐭𝐨𝐨 𝐥𝐨𝐰.
I've finished quarters at 309%. I've also missed my quarterly quota and hit 75%. The highs and lows in sales are real and it's important to try and stay even keeled.
Don't let one great quarter allow you to take your foot of the petal.
And don't let one bad quarter derail your confidence.
3/ 𝐃𝐢𝐬𝐜𝐨𝐯𝐞𝐫𝐲 𝐢𝐬 𝐚 𝐧𝐞𝐯𝐞𝐫-𝐞𝐧𝐝𝐢𝐧𝐠 𝐩𝐫𝐨𝐜𝐞𝐬𝐬. 𝐍𝐨𝐭 𝐚 𝐬𝐚𝐥𝐞𝐬 𝐬𝐭𝐚𝐠𝐞.
The 'mecca' for every deal for me is when I'm at a point where I feel I understand their challenges and can more concisely articulate their problems can, than some of their internal stakeholders.
This is not accomplished on the discovery call. Or by talking to one person.
It's accomplished through ongoing discovery, with as many people as possible.
4/ 𝐏𝐢𝐩𝐞𝐥𝐢𝐧𝐞 𝐫𝐞𝐚𝐥𝐥𝐲 𝐝𝐨𝐞𝐬 𝐬𝐨𝐥𝐯𝐞 𝐚𝐥𝐥 𝐩𝐫𝐨𝐛𝐥𝐞𝐦𝐬.
You're not you when you're hungry.
You're also not you when you're desperate for a deal.
Buyers can feel that quota breath and it has a way of making things much worse. Always having a surplus of pipeline makes everything better, always.
5/ 𝐒𝐚𝐚𝐒 𝐢𝐬 𝐚 𝐬𝐦𝐚𝐥𝐥 𝐰𝐨𝐫𝐥𝐝.
I've had many buyers buy from me multiple times now.
If you give a raving fan experience, when they change jobs, they will remember both your company and you. UserGems 💎 makes this super easy to track.
Conversely, poor experiences hurt more than just that customer.
6/ 𝐅𝐚𝐥𝐥 𝐢𝐧 𝐥𝐨𝐯𝐞 𝐰𝐢𝐭𝐡 𝐭𝐡𝐞 𝐣𝐨𝐮𝐫𝐧𝐞𝐲.
When I was an SDR I couldn't wait for AE.
When I was an AE I couldn't wait for Senior AE.
When I was a Senior AE I couldn't wait to get to Mid-
The US attracts SaaS founders like honey attracts flies because of the high tech adoption rate and larger resource pool. The tech-savvy culture further supports greater purchasing power. Despite being a competitive market, it has space for every solution that helps save time and effort. The global SaaS market is expected to reach $700 billion by 2030, and the US will hold the biggest share of this pie. Indian founders that don't keep a global first approach will become stagnant. They'll keep running in circles, pitching to customers who either can't afford or are hesitant to use SaaS products. https://lnkd.in/ea6aSbGs #SaaSFounders #TechAdoption #USMarket #GlobalFirst #Tech
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(writing, write, you, to, the, writer, it, your)
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80% of people aren't going to read your writing deeply. And that's okay. 1. Write a great hook to get any many as possible past line 1. 2. Keep creating more interest so they keep reading. 3. Use formatting that makes skimming easy. 4. Cut out unnecessary wordiness. 5. Realize that you can still get your message across without people hanging on to every word. Don't hate the writing game because of this. Instead, learn how to play it.
I've been writing online 'seriously' for 38 months now. Here are 20 quick lessons: 1. It’s only after a lot of writing do people willingly read your work. 2. Writing online changes the rules — you write because you enjoy it, but you write for the reader. 3. Forget what you learned in school because big sentences don’t work anymore. 4. There are people who charge $5/1000 words and those who charge $1/word in freelancing. Fun part? You can choose who you want to be once you have great work that proves its worth. 5. Write online across platforms to build leverage. 6. Your first 50 articles will suck. Making peace with it is easier than crying about rejections and low traction. If you enjoyed this, you'd love the other 14 too. The link to my latest YouTube video is in the comments below :)) It's seven and a half minutes short only!
(startup, the, to, founders, and, startups, you, of)
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A couple of weeks ago, Loom got bought by Atlassian for $975M in CASH, and here’s my little secret: I passed on investing in their pre-seed round when they were only worth ~$6.5M (and before they rebranded from OpenTest to Loom). So, my $25k could have turned into a whopping $3M-$4M. This email was from Shahed, one of the co-founders, asking me to invest… Here’s what I learned from watching them grow from an idea on a napkin into a mega business: 1. It’s Okay to Start Small and Imperfect In fact - it's the only way to start. Loom first started as OpenTest, not the prettiest name or product, but they focused on what mattered most: Making a product people wanted. Once they knew they were onto something, that, everything else, including a name change, followed. 2. Don’t Put All Your Eggs in One Basket When Shahed asked if I wanted to invest, I said no. Back then, I was all about focusing on my own VC-backed startup so I invested in others seldomly. VCs told me I had to focus. "Founders who don't focus don't win." It was my mistake that I listened to them. Today, I know better. I run a portfolio of profitable businesses powered by community. My lesson to you is build a portfolio, not a business. 3. Be Community-Obsessed with Making Things Better When I'd run into Loom's founders, Joe, Vinay, and Shahed, the conversation was never focused around iterating on the product for the community. -They never talked about fundraising -They never talked about optimizing valuation -They never talked about M&A -Product over everything. They constantly tweaked and adjusted, always with an ear to their community, never just chasing a big payday. Iteration pays off. This is a huge win not just for the Loom team and investors but for community products. It's a reminder that community-based businesses can be MASSIVE. For more of these stories, sign up to my newsletter here http://gregisenberg.com And I put together a free 5 day course for people who want to build internet business empires http://communityempire.co
Startups take on the traits of their founders. If you have unexamined trauma and can’t resolve conflict fairly/openly, it will explode dramatically. Get therapy/coaching and integrate early because once you are on the high wire where a lot is at stake, it might be too late.
Not all unicorn founders are as magical as you think Nithin Kamath - Zerodha (Not an IITian) Ritesh Agarwal - OYO Rooms (dropped out of college) Ajith Karimpana - Furlenco (Not an IITian) They started just like you, like us- No superhuman IQ or fancy degrees from IITs and IIMs Instead they did 3 things that made them reach 100+ mn valuations- They hire for hunger over credentials. Look at Zerodha's founders - despite no fancy degrees, their drive was obvious. b) They coach young talent. Great investors like Rakesh Jhunjhunwala take newbies under their wing to realize their potential. c) They build winning cultures. Fund managers like Dolly Khanna foster transparency and learning. I used to chase big name hires with shining CVs. But too often, they fizzled fast. I realized academic success ≠ investing success. But here's the thing - those pedigreed candidates dazzled in interviews then fizzled fast on the job. Just because someone went to IIT or aced academics didn't mean they had the true skills to excel in financial markets. Now I focus on long-term fit over surface credentials. I want to nurture talent for the long haul. I look for passion, integrity and the desire to learn. Skills can be gained, but character is innate. This approach has taken my firm from 3 to 30 employees in just 1 year. Our people are everything, and we're just getting started. Of course expertise is important. But I look just as closely at passion, integrity, and the desire to learn. Those intrinsic qualities determine drive. Skills can be gained over time, character is innate. The most successful people on my team now didn't necessarily have the most impressive CVs at first. But they had that inner spark - the hustle and unmatched motivation to grow through guidance. What would you choose, shiny CVs or coaching talent?
(lead, leads, your, to, the, you, lead generation, and)
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Qualified leads are the best! When we started our agency - before hiring anyone, it was extremely crucial to figure a sales pipeline and that’s exactly what we did. In this video, I explain the complete process to you of getting leads with the framework that we used from the start. Have questions? Drop them below. PS - What’s your best lead generation advice?
(sleep, day, habits, the, and, to, of, morning)
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Underrated cheat code for life: Intention Setting I love this technique shared by my friend Lukas J.M. Stangl that utilizes different alarms to establish powerful intentions throughout the day. Which of these alarms would you use? Which would you add? ——— ♻️ Repost this if you learned something new, and follow me (Colby Kultgen) for more content like this.
Every morning, life starts afresh. So give yourself the permission to start -- be it working on your fitness and diet, meditation or journaling, or learning something new -- you don't have to wait for 1st Jan. Because today is 1st Jan. Every morning is 1st Jan. So drop the mental baggage of the past, and restart. Every day. *** To break digital addictions, inculcate focus, overcome anxiety, and build a morning routine: www.habitstrong.com
My daily routine is unbeatable: I wake up at 4:00 am every morning. Write a whole week's worth of content. Then I'll read for 30 minutes. Hit 5-6 miles on the treadmill. Shower with a podcast on. Then my workday starts: - Look over an investment - Prep for client meetings - Finish a project Every afternoon I call my parents at 4 pm on the nose. Then I'll usually Peloton (or yoga), take a cold shower, and then wrap the work day with some journaling. My wife and I have a super healthy dinner. A chapter or two more of reading, 10-minute quick meditation, a cup of tea, and in bed by 9:45p. Smile as I nod off. Feels awesome. The. Absolute. Perfect. Day. ----- It's also a load of horsesh*t. A silly made-up fairytale peddled ad nauseam by productivity "gurus". Every time you read something like this, just remember that humans aren't designed to be productivity machines. In fact, one of my favorite productivity hacks is to stop trying to be so damn productive all of the time. We all need a break. - Sleep in - Eat a donut - Drink a beer - Take a day off - Skip working out - Don't write that day Whatever. Life, entrepreneurship, and literally anything else worth doing is a marathon. Not 10,000 "perfect morning routines" strung together. With this in mind, I hope you have a fun week. ~~~ If you found this helpful, consider resharing ♻️ and follow me Justin Welsh for more content.
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