In today’s episode, I interview Steve Sims - the man that can. Steve Sims is the founder and CEO of the luxury concierge service Bluefish and the author of Bluefishing: The Art of Making Things Happen.
Traffic & Funnels – Part 3
Today’s episode is the final segment of a talk I did on Traffic and Funnels. In this section, I’ll reveal the big reason behind EVERYTHING in life - and how you can use this to communicate preemptively with your audience.
Traffic & Funnels – Part 2
Today’s episode is part two of a segment I did on Traffic and Funnels. In this section, I share how risk works in business and in life. Preeminence stipulates that you don't want to wait till money exchanges hands to begin providing value for the other side - and you’ll soon see why.
Traffic & Funnels – Part 1
Today’s episode is part one of a segment I did on Traffic and Funnels. In this section, I explain why it’s critical not to simply be seen as a trusted advisor, but to be seen as the only viable source. That’s an important distinction.
Today’s episode is from when John Lincoln of Ignite Visibility University Interviewed me for his podcast. Ignite Visibility is a premier full-service digital marketing agency based in San Diego, CA and John Lincoln is its co-founder and CEO.
In this episode, I’ll reveal why everything comes down to relevance. You’ll learn the levels beyond exponential, how to get there, and how my strategies help grow businesses and reverse risk.
Summer Camp – Part 3
Today’s episode is part three of a three-part summer camp series. In this section, I’ll share the mindset necessary to understand the residual value of all your leverage points. I’ll also challenge the limiting belief systems and rigid paradigms that commonly hold entrepreneurs back.
Summer Camp – Part 2
Today’s episode is part two of a three-part summer camp series. In this section, I’ll share the three ways to kickstart geometric growth. I’ll share my diving board analogy that illustrates the way most businesses are structured.
Summer Camp – Part 1
Today’s episode is part one of a three-part summer camp series. In this section, Jay explains the damaging effects that a herd mentality has on industries all around the world. Thankfully, he discovered over 30 categories that contribute to geometric growth so listeners and clients can break away from the herd.
Emily Harman’s Strategic Lessons from the Navy
Emily Harman was the Director, Office of Small Business Programs (OSBP) for the Department of the Navy (DON) serving as the chief advisor to the Secretary on all small business matters. She was responsible for small business acquisition policy and strategic initiatives. In this episode, I interview her and tap into her knowledge of coordinating, managing, and overlooking billions of dollar’s worth of contracts over the course of her career.
Jay’s Q&A Clinic – Part 3
In this series, I answer questions from entrepreneurs across a diverse collection of industries, and I address their problems with immediately applicable solutions.
By seeing my strategies in action, you’ll unharness your own ability to think exponentially and creatively to make strides in your own business.