MYE 075: How To Maximize Your Health And Become A Top Performer, with Dr. Isaac Jones

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Dr. Jones graduated from medical school with a scholarship but ended up realising that most doctors don’t learn how to make people’s lives better in school; so instead he spent a lot of his time on functional medicine and wellness centres, where he learned to apply more holistic methods of dieting and examinations to optimise people’s health on a case-by-case basis, completely changing how his clients live and feel daily. He talks about the ways people get sick, what could be missing in your diet, nutrients of all kinds, and better living through re-education.

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  • How the current state of medicine stops people from getting a personalised consultation
  • Just how much medicine an average american in on
  • The new research that says a lot of chemicals in daily products are toxic
  • The most common mistake people are making with their health
  • What is the perfect diet, or does it even exist?
  • The two reasons why people get sick
  • How a chronic problem can be misdiagnosed many times before you get it right
  • Differences between the mediterranean, paleo and primal diets
  • A use-case study of someone who’s he treated to great effect

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MYE 074: Discovering Your Brand Identity, “Busking” For $300/hr, And How To Sell Stray Cats with Gregory V. Diehl

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Branding is something we don’t often think about, and in this episode branding expert Gregory Diehl explains why he thinks branding is similar to education, how to make more money with the same product, the importance of telling a story and letting your personality shine in your communications (and you should be interacting live with people), how to approach clients knowing the questions they are asking and his special cat exercise to get yourself used to doing a tough sell for people on the street while doing some good for an animal cause.

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  • How branding is about teaching people that they need you
  • How working on your brand can make you earn more with the same product
  • How anything can be optimised, specially communications
  • When the story matters more than skill
  • What people usually miss during the sales process
  • The importance of answering the questions that clients are actually asking
  • Two key points to figure out how to get to a sale
  • What’s “street cat marketing” and how that helps Greg to keep his marketing skills sharp

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MYE 073: Starting a Business at Age 12 (Then Losing Everything) With Karl Kangur

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From the age of 12 Karl Kangur has been fascinated with search engine optimisation and how the internet works so he started helping other teenage bloggers with their rankings on Google, but as he grew he switched to a more long-term business strategy to focus on businesses that make a difference in other people’s lives, creating material specialising in monetised blogging while living the digital nomad lifestyle in Thailand.

Make sure to listen all the way to the end for an opportunity to get free help with your marketing, 1 on 1 with Karl, which you can schedule here. This is only available for MYE Podcast listeners!

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  • How someone gets started at twelve years old with their online business
  • The importance of a good balance between business and studying
  • How setting his mindset to a goal of living abroad prepared him for it even when plan A failed
  • How fully controlling your own time is important to success
  • The perils of information overload, and taking care of your information diet
  • How important it is to keep focus when you’re learning online just like you would at a college
  • How keeping your near and mid-term goals in focus might cause you to pass an opportunity

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MYE 072: Udemy’s Pricing Policy Change (And Do You Want Your Own Course Website?!)

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In this episode, Grant talks about Udemy’s new pricing policy, how its been changing the platform, what was the intention behind it, how that can change your strategy, the benefits of having your own platform versus using a third party, and why maybe it’s not great to delete your courses from Udemy and leave them there for some extra revenue

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  • What are the new policies regarding course prices
  • How the new policies might impact your strategy
  • The things that Udemy is very good for and what it’s not
  • How sometimes it’s not in your best interest to delete your course from Udemy
  • A special link to help you move your courses, change platforms and maximise profits

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MYE 071: 5 Entrepreneur’s BIGGEST failures

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This week we have an inspiring episode with the hardest moments that great entrepreneurs had and overcame by looking at themselves and focusing on the things that needed to change from within first, how to cope with forever changing external situations, dealing with your first unhappy customer, and even actually losing millions by risking too much.

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  • David Anderson’s experience going from a big corporate job to waiting tables and living at his parent’s basement, couch surfing and wearing braces
  • The importance of powering through the tough times
  • An advice from Winston Churchill
  • Cody McKibben explaining “shiny object syndrome”
  • Keith Perhac’s definition of failure
  • Experiences with shifting conditions, long distance travel and workload
  • Ben Krueger failing to promote a podcast and dealing with his first unhappy customer
  • How to face the responsibilities you have with your client
  • Scott Oldford realizing it all comes back to yourself, and becoming more humble

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MYE 070: 5 Life Stories From 5 Awesome Entrepreneurs

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This week we have a special episode looking back at the starting point of the careers of five great entrepreneurs that we’ve had on the show, getting some inspiration with success stories that maybe seemed like big leaps at the time, always involving some risk and uncertainties; what some people call luck is just opportunity meeting preparation.

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  • How Graham Brown got started teaching english, dreading coming to an “office life”
  • How Jeremy Ginsburg focused on doing exclusively what he loves, and figured out how to live an entreteiner lifestyle in Vietnam
  • How David Anderson leveraged his marketing skills coming from a regular job to consulting and helping people to close a lot of sales
  • How Phil Ebiner started doing online courses to make a little passive income on the side but with a lot of work and commitment it turned into a successful business
  • How Keith Perhac took a chance becoming a consultant to one single client instead of turning into a corporate worker after a big acquisition

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