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"eric olson" Discussed on Journey to $100 Million

Journey to $100 Million

03:38 min | 9 months ago

"eric olson" Discussed on Journey to $100 Million

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"eric olson" Discussed on Journey to $100 Million

Journey to $100 Million

04:28 min | 9 months ago

"eric olson" Discussed on Journey to $100 Million

"Hey there I'm Eric Olson I'm having days with join us on our journey to build this is ray dot com

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How Small Improvements Over Time Can Produce Big Results

Journey to $100 Million

03:45 min | 10 months ago

How Small Improvements Over Time Can Produce Big Results

"Hey there I'm Eric Olson. I'm days join us on our journey to building one hundred million dollar company. Everybody is Eric J Olson. Have you ever heard of the phrase that small things done over time can result in big changes. That's probably not the phrase. Actually I just kind of made that up. I'm sure there's something very similar to that but I kind of butchered it but what I realized recently is that you know I have a running goal for two thousand nineteen is to run one thousand miles a year. I've never done anything even close to. I'm actually not a very big runner but for some reason over the holidays or two thousand eighteen I decided it would be a really good idea to run a thousand miles in two thousand nineteen gene and I'm halfway through now and I'm just now getting to the point where I feel comfortable running three or four miles every single day well I recently only for whatever reason just thought well what if I would have run an extra. I don't know quarter-mile every single day and I looked at my running log and I counted up up a hundred and sixty three times that I had run this year and I did the math and basically comes out to around forty miles. If I had run an extra one quarter mile every single time that I went running I would be ahead by forty miles. I would be closer to my goal of one thousand thousand miles in the year by forty miles. That's pretty significant. Forty miles is significant but an extra quarter mile is is insignificant at all nine minute pace. That's roughly. I don't know two and a half minutes or something like that extra running. When you just ran I twenty seven minutes or thirty minutes an extra to to navigate this is in significant. You've already gone through the pain of running thirty some some minutes an extra. Two minutes is not going to kill you. It's not a make or break. It's easy small things multiplied by time equal big changes and not just in running but in business. There's a concept of the one percent rule whereas if you you make one percent improvement in your business anywhere in your business over time it multiplies out to big league returns. I'd seen this done with spreadsheets when it comes to financial projections. If you raise your price one percent it can result out in some significant actual prophet increases. I seen it where someone has increased the cost offside their price by I ten percent and results in them being able to lose thirty percent of their customers and still break even so small changes ages multiplied by volume or time can result in big results think about that and everything that you do day in and day out what if you just got an extra five or ten minutes early every single day what if you just stayed for an extra five minutes every single day what if you dissent one more email every single day what if he just came in on the weekend every once in a while for half an hour an hour and just knocked out a little bit of paperwork when it's nice and quite in the office you do that over time and you're going to see significant improvements in your business in your life. Wherever are you apply it. Small changes multiplied by time equal big results. Thank you for listening. Is it time for new website

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"eric olson" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

03:21 min | 11 months ago

"eric olson" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Senior director Eric Olson he questions the city's insistence that water from the one acute treatment plant is okay you bet Jordan a high school history teacher is a plaintiff in the lawsuit it is a human rights crisis not only here not only influence I think it's also in several cities with the old infrastructure a city attorney argued that giving all residents bottled water will worsen the issue as taps remain off and water is not allowed to circulate through the system at Newark federal court Marla diamond WCBS newsradio eight eighty one New York city's chief medical examiner's autopsy on the body of investor Jeffrey obscene reportedly found his neck was broken in several places when he was found last Saturday in his Manhattan federal jail sailed broken neck bones occur more frequently in cases of strangulation and suicide by hanging obviously it's more than that it's got to be more than the longtime university Maryland forensic science professor Thomas Mauriello says just broken neck bones alone is not enough to say Jeffrey esteem was strangled they would it need to be some type of defense warns the victim fighting back trying to stop the person from doing that you know you would find trimer on the fingers hands other parts of the body there's no discussion about that that's Steve's cause of death is still pending in a statement New York City chief medical examiner barber Sampson says no single finding can be evaluated in a vacuum all information must be synthesized to determine the cause of death Mike smelts WCBS newsradio eight eighty after the ninth NYPD officer of the year killed himself found Wednesday in his home and Laurelton queens merit of law's the call the officers suicides extraordinarily painful and the numbers devastating the police department already has put in place a plan that every precinct will have peer counselors available meaning fellow officers fellow civilian members of the NYPD who will be available to help any officer immediately and then a letter to rank and file officers the mayor cited his own father's suicide saying his dad did not know how to accept help and designer delivered a general plea anybody in New York for themselves or for a loved one can call eight eight eight and why see well twenty four hours and immediately get help the mayor underlined the caller could be the person in need or a friend family member or collie in Brooklyn Bridge lamb WCBS newsradio eight eight if there is ever another viral or bacterial outbreak at a long term health care facility in New Jersey the facility should have a plan to deal with it and that is now the law after governor Phil Murphy signed off on a measure yesterday requiring centers with residents depending on breeding to ventilators to submit a response plan to the state health department within six months this comes after lessons learned from last fall's at no virus outbreak at the Wanaque center for nursing and rehabilitation in north Jersey say county eleven children died from a severe strain of adenovirus in that case after staff member in thirty six patients and all were diagnosed we'll check traffic and weather together in a minute these overnight construction projects will check the crossings of bridges and tunnels coming up it's one oh seven let's say you just bought a house bad.

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"eric olson" Discussed on Journey to $100 Million

Journey to $100 Million

04:06 min | 1 year ago

"eric olson" Discussed on Journey to $100 Million

"Hey there I'm Eric Olson and I'm Kevin days join us on our journey to building one hundred million dollar company. Everybody it's era tailspin then we recently had a meeting at array digital and it's a recurring meeting happens every single week and we all came into the meeting and the very first thing I wanted to do is review the To-do list from last week's meeting to see what progress we had made so every week we meet and we'll we're supposed to do is we're supposed to do some work. In between the meetings everyone gets assignments and they do the work and then the very first agenda item is see what happened and then we make new to. Produce for the next week so this is ongoing obviously and we're trying to do a long term engagement. I want to do and all the details but what happened. Was this last time that we met. The first thing I said is okay well what was done between last meeting and this meaning we so we were GONNA do X._y._Z.. And while it turned out that nothing had been done and I got really frustrated. I got very direct with a couple of people in the meeting because I don't you want to meet every single week and then the only time that any actual work it's done is in the meeting itself. There were four people in the meeting. That's a pretty expensive meeting and the reality is one person should have done the work in between the meetings and then the four people just review it and figure out what the next step is. It's extremely wasteful to do something like that like just not do the work and then four. Four people have to do the work of one and I'm just not GonNa do it. We used to do that here. We would compensate and I'm I just don't want to do it anymore. If someone doesn't do the work they're supposed to for the meeting I just WanNa stop the meeting and we can come back next week and see if they did then but what I said to them was look. It's either important for us or it's not and frankly. I don't really want to hear any excuses about why wasn't done because the previous week was nothing thanks special. It wasn't like we were super slammed or anything like it was just a normal week and if we can't find time during a normal week to get this little tiny extra project in which we all said was important if we said it was important and we Tassana do it in a normal week when buying it didn't get down. We'll guess what it's not important so this is. This is an example of where organizations can be super inefficient when. They say they're going to do something. They say something's important but they just don't find time they don't make the time as other. There's the time doesn't exist it. Just it really is an important so what I like to do. Now is just acknowledge that is not important. We said it was important but we didn't take any effort to actually do the work. We'll guess what is just not important so I asked the question of the attendance. Is this really important shall we we just scrapped this whole initiative and it was kind of a mixed bag but in the end we decided we were going to press forward and so now we have some renewed commitment to the initiative and we're going to go forward but when you find something just keeps dragging again and dragon and dragging your choice to make you either have to push through and make it happen or just say screw it. This is an important. Let's we want something else thinking about what's important organization. What's really important and what's not?

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"eric olson" Discussed on Journey to $100 Million

Journey to $100 Million

03:54 min | 1 year ago

"eric olson" Discussed on Journey to $100 Million

"The. Hey, there, I'm Kevin daisy. And I'm Eric Olson. Join us on our journey to building one hundred million dollar. Everyone, this is Kevin welcome back to investing in customer experience. This is a recap the last episode was offer a referral. This is step nine. Ask for referral now. You may be wondering why that contributes to customer experience. It's really just part of our process. We know now that they're the that the client is, is fairly happy, where we've checked in with them. We've had our monthly call. We've offered them a referral. And we, you know, we just have a sense that they're happy. Of course. If you don't believe they are happy, and that's definitely sometimes the case, you may not get to the step or you might want to skip over this step. But if you know that they're happy, you give them referral. Now it's time to trigger yourself to ask them for something. So this stage of, you know, sampled them I know that they're happy. We actually sent out a survey to, to make sure they come back with good feedback in that triggers me actually creates a task for me or Erik or the account manager to assery. Pharrell and ask for a review on Google that we can share for the really good ones washy offer. You know, ask for a testimonial video or a case study. So depending on where you're at and what the project is you can decide. But for us, we definitely to ask for referral because we want more business. So for the step, I feel good about them. They've give them referral now reach out and say, hey guys, would you refer us business or anyone just like you just like your company? That could use our service that you refers to very simple. When you're going to do this, don't ask for just abroad. Heiki refers to anyone. Or if there's ten people, you can think of that refers to, because then the client can't pull that out of their mind, real quick. If you say has anyone just like you maybe the same industry. Maybe it's another colleague of theirs owns a company or a company that they do work with that. They can think of just ask for one because they can actually get you that if you ask for too many than they kinda thinking about all kinds of stuff, and then they end up not getting that one referral that you're asking for. So simply reach out to them. Get on the phone talk to them and ask them. And then also they're gonna probably wanna know how they can best refer. You sit down and talk to them and say, let me tell you how you can best refer us. Here's what we're looking for. Here's the typically it's just like you that we, you know, were good fits for make easy for them. And maybe send over little sheet or an Email that says these types of people we like to work with, and here's here's all the things that we offer. So. Now that you've done a good job for them. It's on to ask them for something. And it just strengthen the relationship together you've give them a referral. They pass your referral. And now what does, what does it kicks off, hopefully a process where the referring you work multiple times throughout the year? Thank you for listening. I'll hope you've heard something we've been able in your business right away. Find us online at journey to a hundred million dot com.

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"eric olson" Discussed on Journey to $100 Million

Journey to $100 Million

03:35 min | 1 year ago

"eric olson" Discussed on Journey to $100 Million

"Hey there, I'm Kevin daisy. And I'm Eric Olson join us on our journey to building a one hundred million dollar. Are you enjoying this podcast? We hope so if you are would you mind doing a small favor, would you go into the Alexa app or going to your podcast in platform and leave us a review, it will help us spread the word to other entrepreneurs and business owners about what we're teaching and what we're doing here and get more people involved in the community as a sign of gratitude, we will be sending out business books to randomly selected reviewers. So please if you would the month obey us review. Thanks. Hey, everyone. This is Kevin. I wanna talk to you today about key performance indicators or KPI's. This is something that we first learned about really one year ago actually with EEO entrepreneurs organization. It was one of their accelerator days for execution. Now, this exodus is based on a book, which you can check out called traction is by Gino Whitman. So check that out so KPI's were kind of foreign to us, and we didn't really have this place since then we have really dialed in our KPI's for individuals for departments for service for the company as a whole, and so our casts KPI's as the CEO I have KPI's as overseeing the sales and new revenue coming in and then individual team members and departments have KPI's. Well, what we've done over time is dollars in make them more. I guess. Useful to us for a while. They weren't that useful to me to look at. But now we've really got them to where they're very useful to us. I can look at the KPI's and see where we need to improve. What things we need to work on? And so now every Wednesday during our daily huddle, we show what we call the KPI scoreboard. This is something that we should of the whole team in each team member has to go around the table or on the screen for our remote people and explain their KPI their KPI may be in the red, which means they're not on on track or they're not at goal level or they could be in the green. Meaning they are go level. And maybe we need to up, you know, push the KPI goal a little further. So every Wednesday we have to go around the table and say, here's where KPI is. This is why it's here. And if it's in the. Red. Here's what I'm going to do to improve upon it. And it's not really to call people out or to point fingers. It's just a show progress and see where we're at and see what we need to work on. And sometimes it KPI's aren't set. Just right. So we'll have to take a minute to step back. See how things are working out. And then reset the goal. Thank you for listening. I'll hope you've heard something you and your business right away. Find us online at journey to a hundred million dot com.

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"eric olson" Discussed on Journey to $100 Million

Journey to $100 Million

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"eric olson" Discussed on Journey to $100 Million

"The. Hey there, I'm Kevin daisy. And I'm Eric Olson join us on our journey to building a one hundred million dollar companies. Hey, everyone this is Kevin. And today, I wanted to talk to you about a new hire that we're making this week, which is a social media specialist. Her name is Shannon. And we're excited to have her on board. Her main focus will be on our brands the brands being Ray digital Kevin daisy, Eric Olsen and marketers non ass- as well as this podcast journey to one hundred million. So her focus will be on internal brands. Things like my per files Lincoln Instagram, Eric's profiles, Twitter Instagram, and that's what her focus will be. Once you get that really locked in and down, and we're really up and running then she'll shift over and also be working on some other clients work. She's very creative. The most creative person that we're going to have on our team. Besides jason. Of course, he was one of our developers. But I'm really said to have on board. Unfortunately, I won't be here. The first day that she starts I'll be out of town. But I'm sure about Tom I come back things will be firing. I'll probably see the effects of that all my social media as a matter of town checking in here and there are goal or her goal anyway as KPI will be a hundred posts per week that sounds like a lot. But already last week. I think we we hit fifty seven post across our brands in a single week. So across four different brands and all the different profiles and platforms that we have is actually not that much, but that's gonna be her goal one hundred per week across our brands. So, you know, you're gonna see a lot more posts from me and Eric in the company, and we're going to dial it up a bit. We wanna go way beyond that. But right now, I think a hundred. Is a great goal to hit. So look forward to a lots more content coming from us. Thank you for listening. I hope you've heard something you can and your business right away. Find us online at journey to a hundred million dot com.

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"eric olson" Discussed on Journey to $100 Million

Journey to $100 Million

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"eric olson" Discussed on Journey to $100 Million

"The. Hey there, I'm Kevin daisy. And I'm Eric Olson join us on our journey to building a one hundred million dollar company. Hey, everyone. This is Kevin. And you're probably wondering where I've been. So I've not been on the podcast for over a week maybe longer and the reality is I did not record enough backlog of episodes to be included. In the last couple of weeks, and it really was my fault. So I blame myself in what I need to do better of as a backlog make the time to record episodes. So that can be on this on and every other day rotation. So what we had you know, recently was met who does our recordings in our our editing was out of town, and I didn't get enough backlog for him to put my episodes into rotation. Then I was out of town for a short vacation for my wife's business company meeting in Florida. Now, I'm sitting here before spring break and about to go out of town for my family vacation. And I don't know if all have enough episodes to be in the rotation for the next week or two so today, I will be recording. A lot of backlog of roads, I'm kind of doing it. Off the way I like to do it. I like to be a space where there's no one around. There's no one out in the office working is just kind of weird to hear yourself talk. And think that other people are talking here in you record. So today, it doesn't matter. I'm gonna get backload. Log of episodes record a bunch of good stuff. I have a lot of good topics to talk about. And I look forward to being back on the show. So look forward to hear me every other day. Stay tuned. Thank you for listening. I'll hope you heard something you can in your business right away. Find us online at journey to a hundred million dot com.

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"eric olson" Discussed on Journey to $100 Million

Journey to $100 Million

04:30 min | 1 year ago

"eric olson" Discussed on Journey to $100 Million

"The. Hey there, I'm Kevin daisy. And I'm Eric Olson join us on our journey to building a one hundred million dollars. Hey, guys. This is Kevin. I bet you've never had a proposal that you've written get copied word for word and then used as an RFP for the job that you already proposed. So this is some crazy stuff here. This is about a year ago. I think. We actually put a proposal together for a company out of town. They will remain nameless on this episode. But we we talked to them. We had calls we discussed everything we put together proposal, and we sent this over to them everything sounded great like they're going to go ahead. And and probably go for with us in the last minute. They said, well, we're actually going to put this out for bid we need to get a couple other proposals. Now, of course, we always hate when we hear that. If you're in business. I'm sure you would agree. But we said, okay, fine. Included on the request, and we will respond. Well, when they sent us the art of p request proposal, what is for they sent to us. We opened it and it was literally word for word everything but our logo was removed. I mean, the only thing remove is our logo and it was replaced with their logo and all the pricing was removed. Everything else was exactly our proposal. And I mean, it was very clear to us that it was our proposal. And so obviously, Eric actually jumped on it immediately. I just saw it. And before I even got anything out of my mouth and tell anybody at the office. I think Erick already shot off an Email basically saying that's our proposal. You need to not send us out to anyone else. And we do not want to do business with you. Of course, they said sorry about that. I can understand why he would not and we won't do that again. So anyway, I just thought it was kind of ridiculous. But you know, this is things that we run into and things that you need to look out for make sure your understanding who you're giving a proposal to make sure that the customer is really looking to move forward enough to send the proposal. We don't send proposals unless they are ready. And of course, we get hung up. Sometimes we lose sight of things, and we skip a step and we go crap. You know, we set the proposal. They weren't really ready now they want other quotes in their price on us out. So for us. You know, we're we're pretty bold about how we make our move. So we we say, hey, listen, we're we want to work with you. You should work with us. Here's why. And when you're ready, I'll give a proposal if you wanna move forward if you don't want to move forward or not sure if you want to start prices around, then we give you some ideas, and you know, the budget, so. Go do those things and come back when you're ready, and we'll give your proposal, then we can't is simple posts out the door left. And right. And we have to make sure that these people are ready, and they're they're vetted, and they're going to be a good customer. And then they asked for the proposal. And we say are you planning to actually move forward? Yes. We absolutely are. Okay. I'm going to send a proposal to you. And I'll make it easy as possible. But anyway, just be careful when you're sending proposals out they're gonna wind up on other people's desk competitors may see them. So just be careful when you're sending out your work and make sure you have a full understanding of what they plan to do with it. Thank you for listening. I'll hope you heard something you can and your business right away. Find us online at journey to a hundred million dot com.

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"eric olson" Discussed on Journey to $100 Million

Journey to $100 Million

02:47 min | 1 year ago

"eric olson" Discussed on Journey to $100 Million

"The. Hey there, I'm Kevin daisy. And I'm Eric Olson join us on our journey to building a one hundred million dollar companies. Increase your cash flow by going to net seven. Hey, guys. This is Kevin. We have always charged our clients with a net thirty billion terms. So if you don't know what net thirty means, it, basically means the invoice amount that is due and the the amount of days that that is do so net thirty means when we build a customer for services, they have thirty days to pay that invoice the problem with that is we have to fund that project or those services with people payroll overhead are building software all the things that we have to pay for to run this business. We basically have to pay for all those things in wait for the customer to pay thirty days later. So that that does put a strain on cash flow for any company and. And net. Thirty two seems to be the normal thing to do. And so I I don't know if that's why we started doing it. We've just always done that. But if you say net fifteen now, you have more cash. Towards the middle of the month instead of waiting to the end of the month. So what we've done is actually moved from like net fourteen to now net seven, and we roll this out through our customers. We you know, we start out with new customers and implement this to them in the beginning. And it's been all the difference for us. So now, we get the checks much quicker. We also have a C H in place. So we're doing a lot of work for these clients the month coming so we wanna collect their money up front as possible. So that we can actually do what we need to do. And we're not waiting to get paid later. So think about chain here billion terms for your clients and look at things like maybe not as drastic as next net seven, but maybe net fifteen net fourteen and collect more money up front is going to definitely drastically change and drastically increase your cash flow. Oh. Thank you for listening. I hope you heard something you can in your business right away. Find us online at journey to a hundred million dot com.

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"eric olson" Discussed on Journey to $100 Million

Journey to $100 Million

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"eric olson" Discussed on Journey to $100 Million

"The. Hey there, I'm Kevin daisy. And I'm Eric Olson join us on our journey to building one hundred million dollars. Create promo videos before your events. Hey, guys. This is Kevin. So I'm asking you here to create a promo video before you go attendant event. And I'm going to give you a couple of different examples of how you can use it. So what I do is. I get my phone out. I might pull someone from the office and say, hey, guys, I'm gonna make a promo video real quick. And so I'll go stand in front of a little table. We have with our sign and some awards that we've won. So we look all cool. Right. So I'll just say, hey Guzman record video quick hold the phone up. And I'm listening to route off a couple of things real fast. We make recording. We add our little bumpers to it. Which is really easy. We already had created. And then I'm gonna go ahead slap that out on social media linked in Facebook, whatever. So think about how you can use these you can use them for your own event to promote an event like a meet up or a workshop if you're speaking in an event, you can talk about what you're gonna be. Talking about your topic. And who will be there or you can use this for networking? You're going to be in a networking event. You want you to let people know that you're going to be there. And you look forward to meeting everyone there. It'll definitely make you stand out. That'll be something different that no one expects. And then, of course, tag, everyone that's going to be there that you know, of on social media, they'll share comment and like and you'll get a lot more traction. So think about doing this to help out with your events. Thank you for listening. I'll hope you've heard something you can and your business right away. Find us online at journey to a hundred million dot com.

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"eric olson" Discussed on Journey to $100 Million

Journey to $100 Million

04:52 min | 1 year ago

"eric olson" Discussed on Journey to $100 Million

"Hey there, I'm Kevin daisy. And I'm Eric Olson join us on our journey to building a one hundred million dollar. Hey, this is Kevin. And today, I wanna share a tactic that. I've used that served me pretty well. And I wanna paint a scenario for you. So you go to a networking event. Your you come in the room, and you see someone in the room or across the room. That is your direct competitor for us. Maybe it's another agency marketing agency, something like that. But you recognize this person and user do one of two things one you shy away. You gotta stay on a corner. You try to start talking to someone else? Would you basically void that person? For whatever reason you have this kind of feeling of anxiety or oh, they do what we do. And whatever may be or they're here. So that means they're selling people in the room. And that's what we do. And some cases maybe they get the opportunity to where you deuce. Everyone gets to introduce themselves. And of course, when they stand up they say what you do. And then you stand up, and you kind of say well do the same thing as that guy. And I see this all the time. What I would encourage you to do is the other. Use a different tactic. For me. I always want to meet the person that does what I do. Or they say, they do we do go out of your way to go. Meet these people even before you're in that situation. So find out who's in your industry who your competitors are set up meetings with them. Go talk to them at their office coffee meetings things like that now, of course, don't waste time meeting with people that you shouldn't be meeting with. But if you feel it's worthy to meet with this other person, maybe they're above you. Maybe they're a beer company than you. Or maybe they're smaller than you. But for me, it's been a huge. Well, it's been very successful. With the way we've done it. I've met with companies that are larger than me. I wanna know who they are. And maybe they have worked that they can sub to us or that is smaller for them that they don't wanna they own a deal with it. So they they'll say, hey, you guys want this work. So that works great the other way. Hey, we want you know, we have worked that we don't want. Then we can sub it out or refer it to the person that's below us. And so even if you think you do the same thing that's not not always the case either. I just got done meet for coffee with the guy here a new NC in town. They do exactly what they we do on surface. But after sitting down and talking with the sky, they actually don't do the same things we do and they're in a different vertical. Their clientele is much lower level clientele than us. And so I can probably refer him a lot of work. And when there's a bigger deal that comes across his plate. He's willing to refer that to us because it's not in their wheelhouse. It's not something they can support. So by meeting this guy and for him being willing to meet with me. I possibly created a new. Referral partner in. So I've gone out and met with most of the people around here, not have still plenty that I need to meet with a go out of your way. Go meet your competition, you maybe to share stories experiences, and then hopefully possibly be referred to the work. But it's better to know who they are meet with them cut the tension a little bit you're still going to compete. You're still gonna see their proposal on someone else's desk. But that's going to happen. No matter what. So you must will meet these people get to know him, and you might get some work out of it. And then of course, there's always the opportunity of well, we wanna by someone out and they're they're willing to sell or vice versa. You're trying to get out. And now, you know, who the people are out there that may wanna buy you. So there's a ton of benefits to going to beat the competition. So I would urge you to get out there. Don't be shy meet these people, and you could see what options come out of it. Thank you for listening. I'll hope you heard something you can in your business right away. Find us online at journey to a hundred million dot com.

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Why You Should Cyber-Stalk Your Prospects

Journey to $100 Million

04:43 min | 1 year ago

Why You Should Cyber-Stalk Your Prospects

"There. I'm eric. Kevin join us on our journey to building a one hundred million dollar company. This is Eric Olson your host today. We're gonna talk about stocking in a good way though. So I want you to think about how you go about getting prospects. For us. We get a decent amount of inbound leads from our website social media SEO things like that. But in addition to that, we want to go after high value prospects. So it's really just not good enough to sit back and wait for the phone to ring for an Email to come in in order to grow this agency to where we want to get it to we need to proactively go out and find new clients that we wanna work with. So the first thing need to do is really think about what kind of client you want. Usually for us right now, the clients that come to us are a little bit on the smaller side there may be regional players. But for the most part they have one or two offices and they're looking to grow. Now. Ideally, the class would come to us are much bigger now in order to get those bigger clients come to us, we I have to acquire clients of this size and magnitude so that we can prove that we can work with them. We currently work with the Bank right now. But we don't do a lot for them. We really just host them, and we take care of their website. We wanna do more with them and we've actually approached him about it. But they just don't know enough about digital marketing to pull the trigger. So we came up with the strategy where we wanted to actually go out and get a regional Bank. We looked at all the banks here in Hampton roads, that's Norfolk Virginia beach. Newport, News that area, and we came up with the list of about a dozen different banks, and they're different sizes. Some of them are actually headquartered here some are headquartered outside of the area. And we came up with the various shortlist of two to three banks that we want to go after we split them up. I took one Kevin took another j tech another. And we started to do research. We found everything that we could about them and who was in charge of their marketing. Well, one of the banks is a fairly large regional Bank. They have branches on the peninsula and also on the south side. And they were mine I was the one that was going to pursue them. And I signed or stocked this shit out of them. So what I wanted to tell you is in the end it paid off. But in order to get there. I connected with this person on Lincoln. He accepted my request, and I sent him to direct messages. I then connected with him on Twitter, he accepted, and he followed me back, and I sent him to direct messages on Twitter. I also called him twice left to voicemails. And I literally told him. Hey, this is Eric your Stocker, and I also sent an Email so I pursued him, and I didn't give up and I contacted him through multiple different channels multiple different times and let him know very explicitly that the reason I was calling because I wanted his account. So what I didn't wanna do is be timid about it and just kind of tiptoe around it and send him white papers. And just kind of hint that this is the kind of work that we do if I'm going to. Ashley prospect and pursue someone. I wanna make very clear the reason that pursue them. So long story short. I actually had the meeting esta he invited me to his office. Very nice guy. And we sat down for an hour. And I was really a little bit intimidated. I thought maybe I was making a mistake. I had looked at all their digital marketing beforehand, and they were in really good shape. So the first thing that I looked at it. I thought wow, I don't really know what I'm going to pitch here, and I slept on it. And in the morning, I looked at it again. And I realized that they had a gap in their social media. So although they have tens of thousands of followers every single time. They post on social media. They get very low engagement less than ten every single time out of twenty thousand or more. It's just not acceptable. And what I realize is they were just checking the box when it came to social media. So what I ended up pitching. Ng was social media, and in particular video content. Now, what's interesting is. I wrote that down in a review document that I printed brought with me. And when I first got there, we talked about some of the challenges that he was having and guess what social media lack of Ideo and lack of storytelling is what he cited as a problem and correlated exactly with what I had predicted. So it turned out to be a great meeting.

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"eric olson" Discussed on Opening Arguments

Opening Arguments

02:37 min | 1 year ago

"eric olson" Discussed on Opening Arguments

"In your limited use time machine. And tell us who this week's winner of t t t was it. Sure as hell wasn't matter. I so who. Well, Matt and Thomas this week's winner is Eric Olson that is at Olson one one six zero L S E N one one six on Twitter who says I'm gonna try this again one day after my Kremlin final I won't recant this time. See because the presumption is not impermissible mandatory, nor does it relieve the state of the burden of proving element, the others either creed impermissible mandatory presumptions or shift the burden of proof to the defendant relieving the state of the burden of proof of an element. Great job. Eric, you might remember. Eric says getting the question right last week before recanting well this week he went with his gut did not recant. And I as far as I can tell the only person to get this right on Twitter tough question. Great job, Eric, hopefully, got an a on your Kremlin. Final and everyone. Give Erica follow on Twitter that is at L S E N one one six congratulations on winning TB. TB and merry Christmas. All right. That's our show. Thank you so much to math for joining us. Really? That was fun stuff. Yeah. Bad. Thanks. Thanks for sitting in for the whole hour with us at went by super quickly. I I had a lot of fun. Oh my gosh. Already. I love the skies. Thank you so much me on. I I would I love. I love senior podcasts that I love talking about it. So it was awesome. Thank you. So you're showing Matin Mattingly's ice cream social anything else. You want to you wanna pimp? You wanna make sure you you get your plug in here. I mean, people should go. Listen to your show. It's really really funny, and you guys are really really good and free, and there's there's legal content. There's geek law, and and and the little bit we promise we promise our bike at the time out again like we understand that you listen to real things and serious things. And you read the news. So we try to give you a break from all of that. And give you an inside look buying the scenes of Las Vegas to struggling comedians perspectives. So I hope you enjoy it. We were voted number one comedy podcast where Las Vegas comedy duo. We have a blast bussing others balls. So come check us out. That's great. Yeah. Definitely check that out again. Thank you so much for coming on that. I had a lot of fun and check out the ice cream social that. That's awesome. Thank you so much show. Thank you for listening, and we will see on Friday for that rapid response. This has

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"eric olson" Discussed on The Fandom Podcast

The Fandom Podcast

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"eric olson" Discussed on The Fandom Podcast

"The films and other television series of the franchise is produced my marvel television in association with ABC studios with Eric Olson serving as the Showrunner and series creator, drew Goddard acting as the consultant we've got Charlie Cox, starring as Murdoch and Vincent an offer. Oh, portraying Fisk. The season was ordered in July twenty sixteen with Olsen announces the new show runner for the season in October twenty seven teen filming began the following month and ended by June with the season Dafteng. Elements from the born again comics storyline, thirteen episodes long and Netflix canceled the series just recently in November. So that's your spoiler free synopsis right there. But the mass you has a question before we got all spoiler and everything like that. These are these are spoiler free questions here. What do you need to watch before this? I mean, this is season three. So what do you need to watch to be ready to watch season three seasons? One and two also defenders. Okay. Definitely definitely defenders. But like watch seasons one and two. Thank you guys are pronouncing it wrong. I think it's pronounced dare deal. Because I I think there's a song. There's even a song like dare view. It's garros. It makes. Will to see him is to take a sudden chew. Geico DeVille I think you're Disney franchises again. Nick. Wait what? I watched did I watch the wrong season again. Yes, this one has no Pongal or pretty in it. All right. Well, I guess I'll just have to take Jeff on this one where I can't participate. From past experience, I suggest you just leave. Just trust me..

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Shane, Dr. Olsen and Dr Eric Olson discussed on Quirks and Quarks

Quirks and Quarks

01:19 min | 2 years ago

Shane, Dr. Olsen and Dr Eric Olson discussed on Quirks and Quarks

"This week, researchers announced they were able to use gene editing to successfully treat Shane muscular dystrophy in experiments. In dogs, the researchers used the powerful but still novel crisper gene, editing technology. It acts a bit like a word processor search and replace function to edit out the mutations in the DNA that cause genetic disease. And what's most significant is that this is the first time this has been done in a large animal. Previous experiments had only been done in cell cultures and lab mice. And so this is a very important step towards bringing gene editing in humans, a little closer for muscular dystrophy and perhaps for other devastating diseases, Dr Eric Olson. A molecular biologist from the university of Texas Southwestern Medical center led the work Dr. Olsen welcome to. Quirks and quarks good to talk to today. Tell me a little bit about Shane muscular dystrophy to shame. Muscular dystrophy is one of the toughest diseases of mankind. This is a disease that most commonly of flicks young boys who are diagnosed early in life following the diagnosis,

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"eric olson" Discussed on Serial Killers

Serial Killers

04:11 min | 2 years ago

"eric olson" Discussed on Serial Killers

"Here's water specialist eric olson on the subject people at greatest risk of getting cancer or other affects of arsenic in their drinking water include basically anyone that's exposed for an extended period of time so it can be young children and it can be the elderly but amy's elderly victims weren't getting poisoned by their water amy slowly killed residents by mixing arsenic into the sweet lemonade she sir served at a nursing home once it's absorbed into the body arsenic disrupt cells at a molecular level targeting the reaction that allows cells to store and transport energy symptoms can start with headaches and progress to vomiting severe stomach pain and convulsions eventually the victims organs will shut down it doesn't take much arsenic to kill you one twentieth of fluid ounce of arsenic can be fatal to an adult and according to the drugstores plaque book amy archer often bought upwards of ten ounces at a time that's enough arsenic to kill two hundred people as gosling went through the drugstores records in nineteen eleven the pieces began to fall into place james archers mysterious and sudden death in nineteen ten the rumors of neglect and fraud the vaguely worded death certificates amy's large supplies of arsenic and morphine it all pointed toward one simple conclusion amy archer was was killing her own residence the question was could costly prove it constantly took a suspicions to his boss the editor of the hartford current but the editor refused to publish goslings theory all gosling had was a collection of rumors and circumstantial evidence if gosling wanted to bring amy archer to justice than he needed to keep digging as gosling doggedly pursued new leads amy continued to lash out at him in a letter dated may twenty second nineteen eleven amy called goslings investigation a witch hunt and wrote quote i presume it is unnecessary for me to tell you of the newspapers reporting conduct toward my home they never saw best to right of my caring for people for nothing as i have in a number of cases and quote given amy's history of habitual lying it's unlikely she was actually carrying for any of her residents for free so we have to take her words with a grain of salt on june thirtieth nineteen eleven karlyn gosling visited the town hall of records the archer home was now the last listed residence for twenty four deceased people he couldn't believe that two dozen residents had died in the span of four years he noted quote the death rate is simply too high and quote but even though residents were dropping like flies goslings still couldn't prove that amy was killing them and people were still eagerly filling the beds at her nursing home providing amy with a steady stream of potential victims throughout the year of nineteen eleven amy road and assortment of letters inviting people to visit the archer home she dared lawyers reporters police and government authorities to try and find something suspicious but no one besides carlin gosling was interested in investigating amy emboldened by the world's indifference amy stepped up the frequency of murders in nineteen twelve she killed fifty eighteen more residents at this point she may have been responsible for almost forty deaths at the archer home but amy would not be able to kill with impunity forever in next week's episode will investigate how amy carried out an estimated dozens of murders over the next four years from nineteen twelve to nineteen sixteen relearn how she wooed a new husband michael gilligan and swiftly murdered him for his money and will uncover the evidence that finally led to amy's capture and the shuttering of her windsor connecticut murder factory

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"eric olson" Discussed on WXAV 88.3 FM

WXAV 88.3 FM

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"eric olson" Discussed on WXAV 88.3 FM

"Level playing field in the sense that you just go out there and you look at this you look at died you look at something else you think really really hard about the evidence you try to put it together in one form or another you come to a conclusion of actually but at the same time you're trying to figure it out what if there are people who are trying to prevent you from figuring it out and right what if they're people misdirecting you pointing you in the wrong direction creating fake information that leads you astray what they're a kind of strange nightmare i had the occasion to think about hamlet quite often in the making of wormwood were hamlet becomes part of wormwood eric olson makes repeated references to it i use it throughout the series but one of the things about wormwood in fact the title of the entire series comes from a hamlet there's the play within the play that hamlets teachers for the benefit of his uncle claudius and mutters that term over and over again wormwood wormwood which in many ways is a description of bitterness not just simply a bitter taste put a metaphysical bitterness with the world seems corrupt seems rotten themes better in essence and the horror of hamlet for me became but hamlett here returns to this court father is now dead he's been betrayed by his mother his uncle the feeling that you're in this world and surrounded by all the people that you counted among your friends are now your enemies nothing is safe nothing is secure nothing is dependable and in many ways that's exactly the position that eric found himself in the start of your movie the guy who speaks for all of us is the son eric yes a.

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"eric olson" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

Marketplace All-in-One

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"eric olson" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

"Do you think by the end of it eric olson has closure i don't know that's a question best addressed to him i think not and are not even sure i know what closure would be in this case there i think he's looking four something that may be unattainable in this life some absolute truth some absolute vindication and maybe a level of rekkem pence but life is we all know is incredibly unfair it can often there is no closure to anything of all the accepted except and you can edit this whole out please i always thought that in the garden of eden adam ask god about closure what about closure and god thought for a moment said how 'bout death feel like then dad's closure for you you tell the story a unease word here and i'm i'm going to a just want to see how it runs by year uh docudrama said do anything for not so much really okay well it seems to me you kinda tell this in a docudrama can away right there's a whole bunch of documentary film making going on here but then the eu role in uh actors and dramatic storytelling in and uh dramatization of these events why did you do it that way what an answer to your first question this is a problem with nomenclature when you're creating something new in something different what are you supposed to call it i'm not sure there are elements of a lot of different things in wormwood i sold it originally to netflixing the everything bagel.

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