Listen: Jim Palmer, Business Owner And Maxine discussed on Let's Talk Pets
"Okay. Welcome to the show today. So first off let me welcome our guests with us today. We've got Jim Palmer welcome to the show. Jim how you doing? Thanks for having me on. Yeah. Thank you. I got breakfast this in the interim. I'm excited to have you on because you're not in the pet industry. Although I'm sure plenty of people in the pet industry of USD your stuff over the years. I've I've seen your stuff over the years in kind of followed. What you do? But for those that are familiar with who you are can you give us an intro. Like, what have you been doing? What you currently do. What's what's the story? Jim. You know, what's interesting about that is if I look back on all the big aha moments. I've had building my own businesses. Most of them came from outside. Whatever it is. I thought my industry was so I think it's good and healthy to look to see what other people are doing and see how you can apply it to your niche. So I started I'm coming up on sixteen years in the business. I started in the newsletter business. I'm best known as being the news. That are guru. Although for the last nine years, I've been the dream business coach helping other people create their dream business. And you know, the thing that I know we're going to talk about today tie is newsletters. And when I started my first business, I I was very much like an ordinary small business owner, and you know, I was doing newsletters for private companies and associations chambers, nonprofits and things like that in about five years in I'd grown a nice multiple six figure business, but I was working my tail end off. And I really while the money was starting to be good. Didn't have any kind of time freedom, and I also saw myself really Maxine out. So in two thousand six I I started going to what I would call university. And I started taking all these courses, and I went really deep into internet style, marketing and direct response copyrighting. I started my first internet business called no hassle newsletters in two."