Ep 101: Discovering Your Clients LINGO with Jeffrey Shaw

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Celebrating our 100th episode was awesome and I’m still on high after achieving that big milestone. Thank you once again for being a part of the journey with us on NO Permission Needed.

Now, I’m so pumped up to keep this strong vibe going with episode 101…

As many of you know, I am a creative entrepreneur fighting the good fight of us creatives in this new business economy. Which is why I’m excited to share today’s chat with you. I spoke with a fellow creative entrepreneur, business coach, speaker, and podcaster, Jeffrey Shaw, who is the FREEDOM Fighter for the uncommon entrepreprenur.

From being a timid teenager to becoming one of the most sought after photographers for America’s most affluent families and brands. Jeffrey Shaw discovered his passion for photography which led him down the path of entrepreneurship.

Building a successful photography business and coaching other photographers, Jeffrey quickly discovered he had the ability to help other creatives in different fields create their own freedom through the lessons he learned as a creative entrepreneur.

He’s the host of the podcast show, Creative Warriors, and the author behind his forthcoming book, “LINGO: Discover Your Ideal Customers Secret Language And Make Your Business Iresstible” Jeffrey’s energy and passion can be heard in this conversation. I know you’re going to dig this episode.

In this conversation, you’ll discover

  • The 5 Step Secret Language to better understand your client
  • How to create a better pricing model (Freelancers, this one is for you)
  • How to make your brand iressitable
  • How to leverage social media to build better relationships with your customers
  • And much much more….

Resources/Links mentioned in this episode

Special Link for our No Permission Needed Listeners. Here’s a FREE chapter for you to check out from the book “LINGO” and some other cool free stuff.

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Enjoy. Thanks for Listening and drop a comment below. Let me know your thoughts/questions, etc on this episode.

Ep 100: Keeping it 100 with Neue Creative

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We made it 100!

Kind of a big deal in my books, especially since this has been the most devoted I’ve ever been to an online platform. I tried blogging. Failed. I tried doing video. Failed. I tried building a consistent habit on several social media platforms. Nada!

But, podcasting, ah yes, this was love at first mic;)

I’ve had the honor of interviewing some of the most interesting people on this podcast. From magicians to New York Times Best Selling authors, this podcast has given me the perfect platform for me to express myself as a creative entrepreneur and also allow me the opportunity to share valuable content with you.

Your listening attention/ support gives me the fuel to keep pressing record. I want to thank all my previous guests and you for all your love and support. Without you, there’s no podcast. So THANK YOU.

Anyone who has ever produced any form of content knows THIS is not easy. Showing up every day. Creating. Recording. Editing. Sharing. And, the list goes on and on.

But I believe in our mission of No Permission Needed and will continue podcasting for all of those saying YES to the things that light them up.

Cheers to YOU and many more podcast episodes to come.

In this special episode, I wanted to do something different. I wanted this episode to be super casual, fun, and entertaining! I invited two of my friends, Hector Garcia and Common Steve, of Neue Creative, to join us for this milestone episode.

These funny cats are the masterminds behind, Neue Creative, a full-service digital agency based out of Houston, Texas and hosts of my favorite facebook live show, “Something Neue” which can be seen every Weds (7-7:30pm) on their facebook page

WARNING: this episode contains some profanity, extreme randomness, and may disturb the avid wantrepreneurs seeking “actionable” content

However, there are some extremely valuable nuggets on entrepreneurship, branding, FB Live marketing, and other topics I know you’ll dig.

Special thanks to Hector Garcia and Common Steve for opening up their studio to record this episode and for creating the awesome graphic for this episode.

If He Dies, He Dies” Drago

 

 

Ep 99: Giving Thanks with Ozeal

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Hello my friend,

I want to wish my fellow Americans and Canadians a Happy Thanksgiving In the spirit of a holiday that is all about giving thanks! I decided to record this weeks episode as a soloist and share with you my appreciation for all the love and support you’ve shown me.

Thank you so much for all your support, time, and attention. Much, much love.

Enjoy your thanksgiving with you and yours.

 

Ep 98: The Best Passive Income Model with Mark Podlosky

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What’s up my friend,

We’re back this week with a new episode and today we’re going to the reveal the best way to create passive income? The Best? Maybe after this episode, you’ll be convinced how easy it is and see the great opportunity in investing time in it.

Today’s guest is Mark J. Podolsky (AKA The Land Geek) who is widely considered the country’s most trusted and foremost authority on buying and selling raw, undeveloped land within the United States.

Investing in Raw Land? Say What!? Yup, that’s right. There’s white space in raw land investment and in this conversation, Mark shares with us how you can start building passive income through raw land investing. He also shares his philosophy on work/life balance and the power of automation.

Mark is the host of one of the top rated podcasts in the Investing Category on iTunes aptly titled The Art Of Passive Income. He is also the host of the Land Geek Podcast- Work Smart. Earn More. Learn How

Take a listen to my conversation with Mark Podolsky. Enjoy and please feel free to drop a comment down below.

Links/Resources mentioned in this episode

Ep 97: How To Earn What You Deserve w/Ozeal

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In this episode, I get behind the mic for a solo show to share with YOU some of the valuable takeaways I learned from watching the World Series.

What? How does baseball tie in with creative entrepreneurship?

Press play and find out.

Drop me a comment below and let me know what ya think.