Special Ultimate Entrepreneur Podcast Series with Jay Abraham and Dave Asprey
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Get ready for something a little different. This is a new mini-series jam-packed with powerful business advice that arms you with the foundational key knowledge needed to be an effective entrepreneur. In this introductory episode, get to know marketing legend Jay Abraham, and founder of BulletProof Coffee, Dave Asprey, as they team up and share with you their philosophies – preparing you for all that is to come throughout this powerful master-class series. Jay and Dave hit the ground running as they explore the essence of this show: disruptive innovation – what it is, when you need it, how to apply it to your business model, and much more.
In this episode of the Entrepreneur Disrupted mini-series, Jay Abraham and Dave Asprey challenge you to examine your business and entrepreneurship-focused ideas. Learn how to filter and determine which of your ideas you should be pursuing – and which to discard completely – as Jay and Dave share their own experiences and the insights they gained from following their own ideas. This is just the surface level, the episode itself goes much deeper as it touches on everything from validating your ideas, communicating them with your team, and most importantly – taking action and watching them evolve into reality.
Prepare to re-examine your business model unlike ever before in today’s episode of the Entrepreneur Disrupted mini-series.Join us as Jay and Bulletproof founder Dave Asprey discuss disruptive business models – what they are, what they look like, when to give content/products/services for free vs. when to charge clients, various business models they have encountered and the lessons to be learned from them… there’s so much more. This week’s episode is only the first half, so be sure to catch the fun next week for part 2 of disruptive business models.
In today’s episode of the Entrepreneur Disrupted mini-series with Dave Asprey, Jay and Dave pick up where they left off last week on disruptive business models. The last episode served to get you thinking about which areas of your business model could use a re-evaluation and showed you that it’s all possible. This second half instead explores the mindset necessary to support your new disruptive business model, along with the actions you should be taking to make it all happen. This includes entering and disrupting existing industries, where and how to invest your money and time, and effectively hiring/socratically interviewing to build a team that will represent your disruptive business model.
In the last episode of on the Entrepreneur Disrupted mini-series with Dave Asprey and Jay Abraham – presented here on the Ultimate Entrepreneur podcast – Jay and Dave briefly touched on the concept of hiring a disruptive team and the nuances that go into that process. This episode goes full force into what it really means to hire the team that is going to be the catalyst for your wild business success. Jay and Dave cover how an entrepreneur knows that it’s time to bring someone new on board, along with determining who to hire – and how to do it. They cover how to properly communicate your vision to your team, the value of finding mentors, hiring A-players as opposed to B or C-players – and how that can actually save you money in the long run.
Welcome back to the Entrepreneur Disrupted Mini-Series with Dave Asprey and Jay Abraham! In this episode, Jay and Dave shift their focus towards firing – when, how, and why to do it. This is an essential part of a business that often get’s overlooked by starting entrepreneurs, and when it is – it can be ugly. Dave and Jay don’t hold back as they get deep into the obstacles and challenges that are met with firing, how to realize when someone is no longer pulling their weight, and most importantly – firing with compassion and how it is beneficial not only for you and your business but for the employee you fire as well. This is a killer episode with values and belief systems that should be taken deeply into consideration and evaluated thoroughly – adopting these belief systems will save you countless hours, possibly years, of struggle and allow you to lead yourself and others to greatness in a much more efficient manner. Please enjoy.
Learn to be a powerful Socratic interviewer in today’s episode of the Entrepreneur Disrupted mini-series with Dave Asprey.
Outsourcing is easier today than ever before in history – but is it always the right move to make? In today’s episode, Jay and Dave go deep into the question many entrepreneurs are asking themselves today: “do we outsource it, or do we do it ourselves?” They discuss both the advantages as well as the challenges that come with outsourcing – and how convenient and easy doesn’t always mean the right fit. This episode deals with avoiding incompetency and ensuring that whoever you outsource to is congruent with the message you and your business
Most believe giving bonuses is one of the greatest incentives for hard work. Today, Dave Asprey and Jay Abraham challenge that philosophy in this compelling episode of the Entrepreneur Disrupted Master-Class series. They will be approaching the topic of bonus plans from an unconventional disruptive viewpoint. Be sure to listen – Dave and Jay get deep on how to use bonus plans effectively and efficiently – how in certain places they can work wonders, whereas in other places they actually serve as a distraction. They go over the forces that motivate us all to work harder and offer alternative methods that achieve this result within your team without the use of bonus plans. They tackle the case of providing bonuses vs. giving higher wages.
How do you know how much you should be paying the members of your team – and how do you go about doing it? What different forms of compensation can you provide? How can you negotiate for your own compensation, and avoid settling for your lowest offer? Today’s episode of the Entrepreneur Disrupted with Dave Asprey and Jay Abraham answers all these and more. This episode pairs particularly well with our episode of interviewing, as the discussion at points ranges from favorite negotiation philosophies for interviews, to making sure you’re providing compensation to only those who are congruent with your values and mission. These are just a few key highlights.
If you can’t enjoy the process of what you’re doing – is it really worth doing it in the first place? Today is all about incentivization. Dave and Jay guide you in creating and instilling both an element of fun and inspiration with those you work with – a philosophy that does not apply just for business, but also for all aspects of life and everyone you interact with. Dave and Jay cover which parts of incentivization are important – and which aren’t, the art of gifting – the right kind of gifting showing true genuine appreciation to those you work with, creating an environment both where people want to be and where they feel special – along with how flexibility is one of the greatest incentives you can offer. We hope you do what is ESSENTIAL to your aspirations and take action from the advice distilled in this podcast.
A Bio-Hacking look at how to improve and enhance business and employee performance. This covers how to use food and technology to boost cognitive function and bring more of the brain’s potential online and a few even more eccentrically disruptive concepts.
Do businesses even need to pivot in the first place? Today’s episode is on an issue that every company, no matter the industry, faces – the need to pivot. Oftentimes, companies come across an obstacle they see no way around and think their only option is a dramatic pivot – laying off half the team, dramatic changes to company structure, going into panic mode to save they’ve worked so hard to build… What Jay and Dave address here today is whether this needs to be an issue in the first place.
This episode answers what a pivot is, when it is needed, how to do it, and whether it is needed in the first place. On top of that, why a fluid business is, in fact, better than a business that pivots (more on that in the episode). As always, Jay and Dave share their own approaches to integrating these factors into their own businesses.
What do you do when the business you’ve worked so hard to create begins to get stuck and hits turbulence? In today’s episode, that’s what very issue Jay and Dave consider. They cover:
- The foundations of growing a business
- How to grow what you’re currently doing. Along with the most effective methods and personal actions Jay and Dave use themselves.
- Discovering ways to get unstuck from downward growth.
- Learning to be well rounded and connect with a large spectrum of people – most importantly, changing your worldview.
On top of all that, Jay shares his philosophies on growing upside leverage, powerful referral systems, the most important/effective business growth drivers – such as the importance of testing, strategy vs. tactics, and so much more – all backed by his own personal case studies.
In this episode, Jay and Dave pick up where they left off on the fundamentals and nuances of disruptive business growth – continuing to add more distinguished insights to those that were had in the last episode. These range from:
Having the right people to support you along the way – especially when mastering systems-based thinking and putting together a structure.
Telling your story not just intelligently, but making it absolutely enticing.
Jay’s personal advanced 3 methods for growing any business.
This is a truly powerful episode that’s been put together for you, one listen-through may not be enough.
Sadly, all good things must come to an end. This is the final episode of our Entrepreneur Disrupted series – so, we decided to end it by having some fun and answering a handful of your very own questions from Facebook. To tease you with a little of what’s inside this finale episode, Jay and Dave will be answering your questions on:
Why and how to find investors.
Practicing personal affirmations.
Starting a business without going to business school or having formal education.
Monetizing your podcast.
- Ways to reach out to influencers and bring them value.
- Valuing your time and choosing when to say no.
This episode is a big thank you to all of you who have invested your time and followed Jay and Dave on their wild and disruptive experimental podcast series. Stay tuned for the next new and exciting podcast installments to come, but for now please enjoy this final episode of the Entrepreneur Disrupted master-class series!
- Dave Interviews Jay – Part 1:
- Join us for this two-parter interview as Dave digs deep into Jay’s practices and systems for maintaining his status as a top performer.
- Dave Interviews Jay – Part 2:
- Welcome back to the 2nd half of interview Dave Asprey conducted of Jay.
Ultimate Entrepreneur Podcast: Special Series with Tony Robbins
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Recently a promise was made to you in this podcast – a promise to continue providing the most outrageous value imaginable. Today we deliver on that promise. What you’re about to hear in today’s episode, and the next 4 to follow, are direct extracts from when Jay shared the stage with none other than Tony Robbins, during Tony’s world-renowned Business Mastery event earlier this summer in Amsterdam. Business Mastery is a 5-day, live training program that Tony leads, where participants can expect growth within their business of 30 up to 100% – or more, all within 12 months – and you’re going to get to listen to it, right here, right now, as our gift to you!
These segments you’ll be listening to are rapid-fire, Q&A hot-seats that Tony and Jay conduct of the seminar participants. They ask them to distill what it is that they do, which industry they serve, who their market is, and what the big issue and challenge is that they’re trying to overcome. Then, Tony and Jay follow through with real-time, personal transformations and business makeovers they orchestrate right there on the spot. These are direct, concrete, purely action-oriented advice that targets the core of the specific obstacles these entrepreneurs are facing – so please enjoy this powerhouse special series.
It is our pleasure to provide today the second edition of the Business Mastery Series with Tony Robbins – a powerhouse new series featuring direct extracts from when Jay shared the stage with none other than Tony Robbins, during Tony’s world-renowned Business Mastery event earlier this summer in Amsterdam. Business Mastery is a 5-day, live training program that Tony leads, where participants can expect growth within their business of 30 up to 100% – or more, all within 12 months – so expect a lot of valuable insight that you can apply into your own ventures.
These segments you’ll be listening to are rapid-fire, Q&A hot-seats that Tony and Jay conduct of the seminar participants. They ask them to distill what it is that they do, which industry they serve, who their market is, and what the big issue and challenge is that they’re trying to overcome – which Tony and Jay follow through with real-time, personal transformations and business makeovers they orchestrate right there on the spot. These are direct, concrete, purely action-oriented advice that targets the core of the specific obstacles these entrepreneurs are facing. We hope you enjoy this continuation of the Business Mastery Series with Tony Robbins.
The Business Mastery Series with Tony Robbins is back for another action-packed episode! In case you’ve missed the past episodes, this is a powerhouse new series featuring direct extracts from when Jay shared the stage with none other than Tony Robbins, during Tony’s world-renowned Business Mastery event. This is a 5-day, live training program that Tony leads, where participants can expect growth within their business of 30 up to 100% – or more, all within 12 months – so expect a lot of valuable insight that you can apply into your own ventures!
The featured segments are rapid-fire, Q&A hot-seats that Tony and Jay conduct of the seminar participants – asking them to distill what it is that they do, which industry they serve, who their market is, and what the big issue and challenge is that they’re trying to overcome – then following through with real-time, personal transformations and business makeovers orchestrated right there on the spot. We hope that by sharing direct, concrete, purely action-oriented advice that target the core of the specific obstacles entrepreneurs are facing, you will find answers to your own problems and achieve great success – so please enjoy this 3rd installment of the Business Mastery Series with Tony Robbins.