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Multiplying Market Impact with Phil Stutts: the Return of Encounter!

Today you're getting a very unique addition to Jay's Encounter! interview series, where Jay interviews his high-level performance colleagues and brings out some of the most breakthrough insights you'll find most other places. Today's guest is Phil Stutts – being a long time friend and business partner of jay's, getting into the flow and bouncing insight after inght at one another came like second nature. A couple foucs points in this episode... Multiplying marketing impact tremendously through a simple mindset shift, the life-span of a business, it's correlation to the quality of marketing, and much more to satisfy your entrepreneurial fix. While I've said it before, this is NOT an episode you want to miss.

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Tokyo Connection: Jay’s Keynote in Japan

Today will be the last and final episode of the Tokyo Connection series, so we’re ending it with a slight change in style... While Jay was conducting the Hotseat sessions you’ve just listened to, he also did a very different event in Tokyo while he was there. Being the 8th year Jay’sgone to Japan, he felt trusted enough by those attending to “take off the gloves” and share exactly, unhedgingly, and somewhat abrasively – what he so badly hoped they each would do – immediately, to transform the quality of their lives, careers, enterprises, and relationships. Please enjoy this final episode of the Tokyo Connection series, and have your Kleenex ready for this one, it’s quite a tear-jerker.

Show 148

Tokyo Connection: The Hotseat Haymaker (Pt. 3)

Today will be the concluding episode of the Q&A Hot Seats segment of our current series: Tokyo Connection - The Hotseat Haymaker–a series that comes from a 2,000-person conference in Tokyo, along with a $6,000 per person question/answer session that Jay did a while back in Tokyo, Japan. Please enjoy this final Hotseat session, where the insights and solutions really begin to come together. And remember, come back again next week for the final episode and surprise!

Show 147

Tokyo Connection: The Hotseat Haymaker (Pt. 2)

Today we continue the Hotseat madness in our latest series: Tokyo Connection: The Hotseat Haymaker! If you missed the first episode, this series comes from a 2,000-person conference in Tokyo, along with a $6,000 per person question/answer session that Jay did a while back in Tokyo, Japan. We strongly suggest you listen to the first episode before this one. In part one all the participants share the problems they want to be solved and Jay taps into his lifetime of untangling Gordian Knots to provide the solutions they need. The remainder of the series involves following these very same entrepreneurs as they begin asking deeper questions and sharing their own insights they’ve learned from the sessions and from each other. Please enjoy the continuation and be back next week for the final round of the Hotseats!

Show 146

Tokyo Connection: The Hotseat Haymaker (Pt. 1)

It’s time to introduce our next new mini-series: Tokyo Connection: The Hotseat Haymaker! A while back, Jay did a 2,000-person conference in Tokyo, along with a $6,000 per person question/answer session. Normally, while these sessions tend to attract more extensive businesses and richer questions, this one actually drew a smaller sector of entrepreneurs with very different “self-actualization” questions. Watch as participants share their problems they want solved and Jay taps into his lifetime of untangling Gordian Knots to provide the solutions they need. There is no theory/hypothetical solutions here, the answers come from only what Jay has personally seen and experienced to work.

Show 145

Breaking Barter w/ Dave Wagenvoord (Pt. 2)

Part 2 of our 2-part breakdown on barter w/ Dave Wagenvoord. This one of the most powerful skills an entrepreneur can have in his or her arsenal – and we’re pleased to share with you the classic interview Jay conducted of Dave Wagenvoord for his program on bartering.

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Breaking Barter w/ Dave Wagenvoord (Pt. 1)

Today we’re switching it up again and throwing something new your way – one of the most powerful skills an entrepreneur can have in his or her arsenal: Barter. We’re pleased to share with you the classic interview Jay conducted of Dave Wagenvoord for his program on bartering. Dave, having used barter in practically every aspect of his life to succeed, and having been a friend of Jay’s for about 40 years now, shares his personal history with barter - the wild deals he orchestrated, how he made them happen, and how they’re still relevant in every type of industry. You’ll learn today 15 different ways to use barter without even needing money; how to get things at steep discounts with interest free terms; how to generate buying power at will; and much more. Keep in mind this is only the first half of the interview today, be sure to listen in again next week to catch part 2.

Show 143

Guest Episode: The Copywriters Club #100

While Jay is still traveling on his Asia tour, we thought it would be fun to share a powerful recent interview of Jay done for the 100th episode milestone of The Copywriters Podcast. Here Jay goes deep into his history and success in the multitude of industries he's been involved in, along with sharing fundamental advice for optimizing business success and developing preeminence. Please enjoy this guest episode and be sure to return next week for the launch of our next exciting surprise.

Show 142

Preeminence or Bust! – #8: Vienna Maven (Pt. 2)

The final part of Jay’s recent presentation at Frank Meranda’s Vienna summit - as well as the final episode of the Preeminence or Bust! Series. The focus of this session is squarely on Mavenship. Thank you to everyone who have made it here so far and have gained value and utilized what is shared on here. We hope to see you again next week for the next new surprise to roll through.

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Preeminence or Bust! – #7: Vienna Maven (Pt. 1)

Jay’s recent presentation at Frank Meranda’s Vienna event The focus of today’s episode will be squarely on Mavenship. This will only be the first half of the episode, so we hope to see you again next week for the tail end of the conversation.

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