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Do you know you can earn without - employees, inventory, or even a store?
With an online business, you definitely can
In this radio interview with Jayson Lo of Tayo Na Man of DZAS 702, we’ll talk about leveraging the power of the internet to create a one-person business built from selling digital products
Watch it here:
Can’t miss moments in the interview:
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It was a busy Thursday evening.
I had just wrapped up my Facebook Live interview with Floi Wycoco of The Global Filipino Investors about blog monetization. It was very well-received.
But what we discussed when the camera stopped rolling “accidentally” became the juiciest part of the night.
The Black Friday shopping spree was just around the corner.
TGFI already had a promo in place. We talked about a specific strategy they could test (as I’ve seen it work for me). It won’t cost them any additional expense, won’t take any more man hours than they were already putting in and they can do it in just a couple of hours.
As I was on my way home, they hurriedly went back to the office to make it happen.
Less than a week later, they had easily 4x their sales in 1/3 the time with ZERO advertising expense.
Listen to the interview on how they did it.
Tell me what’s the first thing that comes to your mind when you hear the word… Salesman.
I bet they aren’t flattering. Words like “pushy”, “sleazy”, and “greedy” comes to mind.
It doesn’t have to be that way though. Here are 6 powerful persuasion principles to turn your indifferent prospects into happy customers MINUS they yucky salesman stigma.
Today, I’m joined by Coach Edwin Soriano. He’s the author of the book, Be Hungry Happy and a passionate life coach who aims to help his clients become upgraded versions of themselves.
He’s here to help coach you through the decision making process of making that (scary) jump into entrepreneurship, whether part-time or full-time.
In this interview, I ask Edwin about your burning questions about making the jump : How do I know if I’m ready to do it? How do I prepare for it financially? What can I do to prepare myself if I have no business background?