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What Personal Video Can Do for Your Business

Duct Tape Marketing

05:08 min | 2 months ago

What Personal Video Can Do for Your Business

"Hello welcome to another episode of the duct. Tape marketing podcast. This is john chance. My guest today is david j. He is the founder and ceo of a software platform. I guess we're going to call it. That called warm. Welcome which helps businesses upgrade from boring texts to personal video so they can build meaningful relationships that drive real revenue so david thanks for joining me. Thanks for having me. John so before we get into the platform just even why. Somebody should be using video engagement to these. Tell me a little bit about your story. this is a startup for you. So is one of those. Is this one of those stories where you couldn't find tool that worked the way you wanted it to so you built it yourself. Well you know frustration i read. It does so yet. You know. I i actually got the idea from a friend of mine and He saw some other video technology. We were building in our use. This descend personal videos into personalized. My entire business and i was like that is a great idea. I'm going to steal it and And so i took it ran with it and then we started to kind of build Kind of feature after feature on top of that now. Is this your first. Go at something of that nature or is old hat for you. I somewhere in the middle. I've a few other start-up sped a are kind of at all different stages But yeah i started out in the service business of photography back in two thousand Dropped out of college and Became an artist straight. Sounds like a great idea in front that just kind of felt the frustrations of a service business. You know hard to scale hard to grow your constantly having to redo the same work in. So that's when i got into Building tech startups. And and so. I have a few of those and This is the newest one The time seems to be right for video and You know you can't. You can't ever bet on timing. it's just one of those things. you get luckier. You don't y- i have been I'm actually working on my transfer. Twenty eight twenty one of obligatory blog posts. And then i've done for many many years and one of the things. I was talking about it and it's funny as would call this a trend as much as as sort of winston an acceleration of things that were already happening You know basically comes down to marketers need to be more human. I mean. I know that's obvious people been saying that for a long time but i mean i think we really a kind of that was certainly amplified by the of crazy times of twenty twenty. Certainly video is a way to be more human Throw on top of that personalized video. So some one to one type of video. So how does your. How do you feel like you're platform. And maybe this is the time to kind of save power works but how do you think your platform fits into that idea of Again his state even call the trend. But i think it's upon us. I think it it is a trend. I think it's it's actually maybe a thousand year shift in how humans communicate You know for the past thousand years. We've been obsessed with the written word. And of course six hundred years ago the printing press came out and we became really obsessed with the written word because it was maybe the first thing in our world that scaled and we loved things at scale right so not like. Wow we can write something once and you know printed a million times and the the fact is that that the written word is really not a great way for humans to communicate and most people nowadays Understand that when you go on facebook or on twitter and you're like this is not a great way for people to be talking about and And then you know you introduce video as well as abdin obviously of the internet and you say wow now video can scale and you can get more nuance. you can get More of what somebody is trying to communicate. Not just what they're saying what they're typing or at their writing the body language myth. Yeah yeah so so again. We've we've led up to the you're hesitant guests. I'm trying to get you to talk about warm. Welcome because we've led up to the fourth you're using video but will but but what is warm. Welcome injected that because obviously video has been around. I mean i i've got quick quicktime on my computer i could shoot you video right now You know just send it to you. So so how does warm welcome kind of take that and an extended into a tool that becomes a useful platform for small business owners

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Creativity is a Choice and It's Important

Duct Tape Marketing

05:44 min | 3 months ago

Creativity is a Choice and It's Important

"Hello and welcome to another episode of Duct. Tape Marketing podcast. Is, John chance my guest today is Seth Godin. He is the author of Eighteen nineteen twenty who knows where we've stopped counting maybe he hasn't maybe as publisher has an avenue but these are books that have changed. The way people think about marketing about business they've been translated in thirty eight languages. You know the dip Lynch. Pin Purple Cow Permission Marketing. This is marketing is also the founder of the very innovative ult- NBA and the Akimbo podcast. One of the few podcasts me as a podcast actually listened to he's got a new book out called the practice ship creative work. So welcome back seth. John It's such a pleasure such a pleasure I've lost track, but this is at least a seventh or eighth appearance on the podcast for you. You're probably up there amongst the leaders in the Pantheon. And always one of my favorites so. Let's just to it is their way to do the work that you wanted to. There's always a way to do the work there might not be a way to get paid for it. And those are two different things. So I'm in favor of hobbies I'm in favor of doing things you're passionate about I. Think. As soon as you show up to sell it to somebody, you have to make a promise and you better be able to keep that promise and there's no guarantee that you are entitled to get paid for doing something you think you should get paid for it's based on the market not based on you. So your career. And, I know the answer, a spindle. Go. Let you share the volumes of this answer. Have you passed on opportunity to do what you? To stick to doing. US was. Right. To, stick what I thought was doing what's right right for you. So. I, think that we spend an enormous amount of time reverse engineering. The what we think we're passionate about right. Like you run into a twenty one year Oh. Yeah I I was born to program in Perl and I have to live deep into the ruby on rails thing because if you make me do something Lennox I'm just GonNa hate that that's not who I have. Well, wait a minute myrna the things you're talking about even existed where you were ten. When does it suddenly become who you are know what you did was you thought about what's the environment I would be in if I got picked for a thing and I'm not getting picture I'm sad but you know. You and I have talked about the summer camp that I helped drawn in nineteen ninety that I still go back to I believe for a very long time that the only thing that would make me happy was running that place and I adjusted significant portions of my life or around that goal, and once it became clear to me, I couldn't do that and the other things that I wanted to in life. I had to make a choice and I gotta tell you simulating those feelings in a different world has actually enabled me to teach more people 'cause more changed happen, and have a different sort of life. Is it the same? No, but it's Still works because what we want is a feeling we don't want specific we make up the specific 'cause we think it's going to get us the feeling. So in the subtitle is the creative and I think a lot of people of course have a their definition what that means. So what is creative work? Okay. So, because there's a conspiracy to get us not to do creative work. Creative work has been pigeonholed as something done by painters or maybe someone who right to symphony. That's ridiculous. Creative work is the human act of solving interesting problem. Doing, something generous that might not work. That's it. Those three things. So if you're an H. back person and you've got a client who is sweltering because everyone else is told him, there's no room in their addict for an AC unit and you figure out a clever way to use a different technology. That's creative work. Because it wasn't in the manual and no one did it before you got there. If, you come up with a way to adjust the pricing for client to really needs what you do, and they can't afford to pay you now and you both end up happy on the other end that's creative work as well. and. So I don't think we're running out of categories I think we're running out of guts. So you and I had a chat this weekend this past weekend and I want to bring up a couple of the things that we talked about the they obviously are in the book as well But there's some of my my greatest hits. How's it from someone talked about? Reassurance is futile. Yeah. This one really gets under people's skin began. It is so pleasant. I'd like reassurance as much as the next person, but it doesn't work, and the reason it doesn't work is reassurance is what happens when someone we trust tells us everything's GonNa be okay when they are predicting the future on our behalf and for five minutes when wow that's so great to hear and then we realized. No one knows and so we need to be reassured again all the way until we get to the future. And the problem with that mindset is number one. There isn't enough reassurance number two it implies that the outcome is all that matters. The alternative is to refuse reassurance to say I don't know and no one else does and it doesn't matter because I'm going to do anyway.

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How to Be a Better You

Duct Tape Marketing

06:33 min | 3 months ago

How to Be a Better You

"Hello and welcome to another episode of the duct tape marketing podcast. This is John Chance. My guest today is Brandt menswear. He's an inspirational Speaker Award winning musician and author of a book. We're going to talk about today called black sheep unleash the extraordinary. Awe Inspiring undiscovered you. So Brandt welcome to the show. Thanks John Great to be back. I have to tell you missed a huge huge opportunity in the title I know what? You're going to see a work on the you're. GonNa say I should have said you with an e w well. Inspiring. would be amazing. In fact, I only your L. now if you want, I got it today. I love it. I thought about it and I'm like. Laugh me just straight out of the conference center if I come here with the how she how much she pun can somebody. You know another thing I thought as I was reading your your bio award winning musician I wonder how many? Of these speakers authors our. Music, I mean you did it professionally but music oriented or songwriters or I bet you, it's I. We were talked before I started recording I was talking to Henry he's actually songwriter and he said in his in his comments. He said, you know the older I get the less I need to know and I was like. country. Song right there. True. I'll tell you it was the hardest honestly the hardest shift. For me was was moving from writing songs to writing books because when you're writing songs. You know if you've got ten words in can say it in five you say in five and with a book, it's like if you can say intense say in twelve and make it make it a little more descriptive. It was top out for me. Yeah. So. Let's get right to the hardest part I. Think about this book is the you claim we've been lied to about purpose. I believe that the biggest lie we've been told about purpose is that it's something we find in. So many of us have spent decades. On this Indiana Jones like quest searching for our crystal skull and purpose and. It just is not true purposes. Something we choose and the question is, how do you make the right choice? and. That's really what this book is about. It helps you get started by choosing purpose in alignment with the things that matter most to you. Does away put more responsibility or accountability on. US. Like can't find my purpose I don't know what I'm supposed to do in life. That's like you gate on that for a few years ago. Yes. Idea that if I have to accept it I get to choose it will then on not. In the net SORTA harder. Well I mean you know at least in my experience, it's a fraction of a fraction of a percentage of people who have done the work to discover what they're non negotiable czar and can tell me what their lives purposes in one or two sink sentences and so. because. Of that, I'm very busy man. Thank God but but the truth is most of us are weighing it and and we've been successful winging yet. So why would we want to actually do some really hard work to see what's possible when we're comfortable where we are? Well and I would suggest by the way I I made a note here that I I loved your explaining of where the term winging. Comes from I was not familiar with that people waiting in the wings you know getting their lines actually to sub for somebody. In the wings. That make sense That's exactly right and that's how we've sort of adopted our lives. Now it's like I'm just GONNA I'M GONNA sit over here in the wings and when something's thrown at me I'll do the best I can in the moment but we don't actually learn our part well enough to not be looking at the words but what if it seems like we are I mean like you know I don't think people go yeah I'm just GonNa wing it for a while I, mean I think The. Best. I can you know I'm getting along here this seems like a good place to be right now I mean. How do you I mean where do you get the leverage then decided? Started I'm going to change I'm being intentional John. The way that I try to describe it, the people is being intentional is putting a destination in your gps that's being intentional. But knowing every turn, you're going to make between here and reaching your destination while that's acting with liberty intention, and there is a monumental difference between those two things. Can come back to that. But first I want you to explain to me why black sheep Obviously the title in you're talking about these being your core values there's a lot of negative associate with black sheep so Help me reconcile young couple hundred years worth of demonization why not put that in the tide I was forty seven years old when somebody finally explained to me the actual reason why black sheep or not valued like the rest of the flock by farmers and when I found out the truth I was so incredibly shocked that I had I have lived forty seven years without knowing this that it led me sort of down this path which led to the book, and so the reason that black sheep or not valued like the rest of the flock is because of black sheep's wool cannot be died. So in effect, every black sheep is on hundred percent authentically original and when I heard that I'm like that's that's my whole life goal is to just be the hundred percent authentic original that I was I was created to be and so when I when I sort of started to to think about it I said you know we actually all have the. Surf, five or six. Deeply held personal core values that have been developed over the course of our lives that outside of a catastrophic event in your life, they rarely change. They are like that black sheep's wool. They are the things that no matter how much someone wants to try to twist you change you. You simply will not be moved in and that sort of the premise of discovering your flock of five black sheep values.

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"john chance" Discussed on Duct Tape Marketing

Duct Tape Marketing

05:10 min | 8 months ago

"john chance" Discussed on Duct Tape Marketing

"Podcast. This is John Chance. And I've got another solo show for you today. I've been doing a lot of these lately but I just find myself a Lotta say so. Hopefully you're during I hear from you. You tell me you're enjoying the solo show so I'll keep doing them today. Want to talk about what I think is probably the highest payoff marketing activity right now. Obviously there's a lot going on in the world it has been may twenty twenty as I record. This and let people are looking around for things to do what they should be doing. Marketing wise and I want to talk about the thing that I've talked about it a lot before. I think it's even particularly relevant today. So obviously a lot of businesses are being displaced during this kind of game changing time. Hopefully you're not one of them but one of the things that few people are talking about is that with this. Massive change is being experienced by businesses. They're also being experienced by customers of those businesses so in other words buyers are being displaced from long time providers for simply choosing this disruption is a time to rethink how they find and choose and buy from and remain loyal to the businesses that they patronize. So there's really never or at least not in my lifetime been in an environment in which more customers were being forced into changing their purchase behaviors. And that's really the opportunity that I want to talk about. I think some businesses still out there talking about ways to remake themselves. But I want to suggest that right now is the time to look inward to seek referrals from your existing customers and potential strategic partners as the primary lead generation initiative. It almost doesn't matter what business you're in so I WANNA talk about a couple of ways that you can take advantage of this. The first one is seemingly simple but so few people do it. Ask Your customers. I mean first and foremost communicate with them right now. Hopefully have been communicating with them maybe over communicating with them but their chances that right now. They're being asked by friends and neighbors and colleagues for new resources. I mean I. I belong to a number of facebook groups. It seems like that's been one of the primary activities as people asking for of. Do you know anybody who does X. so take advantage of that asked him to keep you in mind for referrals right now. It could be a civilization maybe even run a campaign offering some sort of of bonus or incentive for referrals. Right now just to get attention. I used to send out hundred dollar gift. Certificates are have my clients. Send out hundred dollar gift certificates to customers and say hey give this to a neighbor or friend if they ever ask and we'll give them a discount we'll give you one to when it comes back so now might be the time to crank up a few extra campaigns in that regard. I do think that there's also nothing wrong with telling them why now. So let's face it. People need what you do. So if you're confident that you can help that. I think you're doing a disservice if you don't offer to help. I mean all that to say really that people you know. Can you just tell them? A lot of people have been disrupted find themselves looking to make a change? You could be that change. I mean just own it. Be Proud of what you do. Seek News Strategic Partners? This is a good one. Does a big one so strategic partners businesses that also know lots of your ideal customers can be a great resource for spreading the word. About how awesome you are now. This obviously applies more to businesses that sell to businesses Obviously but if you make a list of of other businesses that you admire who might serve the same kind of ideal customers us just start having conversations with them about working together. I mean you can refer each other. You can make introductions or even find ways to co market to each other's customers. This is a really powerful way to get your name out in front of other people who are looking for new solutions so as you begin to start reaching out to some of these strategic partners though don't just reach out and say hey let's work together. Think about ways that you can make the relationship valuable to them. I I mean could you offer to write a guest blog post or let them do the same on your site. Can you interview them? Could you allow them to co a great piece of content? That you currently already have. Could you do a Free Webinar for your audience? Could you refer customers now Let me tell you this is how you get a potential partners attention. Don't just go to them and say let's work together. Go to them with something. In hand go to them with an idea of of something that would be value to them. This podcast is.

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"john chance" Discussed on Duct Tape Marketing

Duct Tape Marketing

10:03 min | 10 months ago

"john chance" Discussed on Duct Tape Marketing

"This is John Chance. My guest today is me. I'm GONNA do a solo show virtual work from home. All that kind of stuff is getting a whole lot of hype right now and last week. I actually did a Webinar on the topic and I thought let's give it to our podcast listeners. As well so I'm GonNa talk about a handful of tools that I use have used for years that I think a lot of people have either underutilized or are certainly coming to a new appreciation for GonNa rip through them. Give a couple of case studies on some things ways that we use it and then share the tools that I use now. I'm not going to go over an exhaustive list of. Here's everything that you could use for this particular thing. I'm just going to focus on the ones that we use her that I personally use and have used for years because first off I know them best and I think a lot of these tools just the one you get to know. The best is the best tool. It doesn't have to be this feature that feature all right so the first thing. I want to talk about something that I have been calling one to one video and obviously people are having trouble meeting person to person. Were recording this in March of twenty twenty when we're in the the great health crisis all over the world and so a lot of people are realizing. Hey I can't meet face to face. What would be options? One to one. Video is something that I've been using for years and I think it's a great sales tactic. It's a great communication tactic so the idea behind it is that you recorded a video for one person so it's just a video message or you know there are other things you might call it. But that's the idea behind it and so just to give you an instance of the ways that I've actually used this and of course you know we delivered in email. The ways I've used over the years is if I'm trying to reports say some numbers in a spreadsheet and somebody just they don't know what that is you just send the spreadsheet over maybe highlight a few things and say you know. Let me know if you have any questions but I can actually go through and walk somebody through it. Say here's the four things I really want you to focus on and so obviously it allows them to consume it. Faster certainly allows them to get the main point. I I use one to one video to show people how to do something. We work with lots of web designers. And maybe we want something a little bigger a little smaller. We want to change the font somewhere rather than just riding along detailed description and hoping that they get it. We actually can walk through on a video and say you know. Here's what we need to get done now. Another thing I could do is and we use this all the time to document processes if I want to tell somebody a process or how to do something on a computer for example I can capture my screen in this one to one video tool and walk through the steps and say Okay I you click on this button. It's GonNa go to this screen and so so consequently somebody can actually document a process for us. Sometimes when we are presenting ideas to clients like mockups of web designs and things we can walk them through that and they. We could certainly do that. Live in person but this way we can document it send it to them and then eight hours later when they went to look at it. They don't have to have us there necessarily. I've used this tool to introduce myself to people so somebody that I would like to meet or somebody that I would consider a prospect that that I would actually send them a quick video. Tell them what I'm about. Video has such a great way of kind of having engagement and sending kind of trust when people get that. I use all the time to say. Thank you to people or two. I've used one video to ask for a review and I think these are always that you certainly can use the tool once you master at their dozens and dozens of ways to use this. We send proposals as a consulting firm. We send proposals to people in a lot of times. What I will do is recap the high points of that proposal. It might be a six page proposal. But there's really only three things that they need to focus on because those are the three things that we perhaps talked about so the tool that I use. And you've been listening to my podcast or follow me for any period of time. You know that I talk about sometimes called Loom L. O. M. dot com. There is a free version. That gives you tons of of functionality. You can actually capture the screen. You could just capture yourself. You can actually have yourself down a little box in the corner of the screen. You have a fair amount. I think there is a time limit. But it's pretty large that you can do this soon as you're done with your recording you just hit stop and it produces a link you drop that your l. into an email and particularly if you've integrated g mail which you can do it will actually embed the video right in your email. So there's there's no uploading to it and then when somebody gets that gets a little bit dependent upon their email client. Let's say they're on G mail also. They don't even leave their email inbox. It plays right inside their email. I will tell you my experiences. One hundred percent of these get opened and you think can communicate terribly effectively in in a Lotta ways you know. Imagine you had service technicians for example that the go out on job sites and would need to potentially need to send a message ahead of time so that they could say hi. I'm Chris you're technician becoming to visit you at this address you know. Let me know if there's anything I can do. I think it's not just a marketing tool. I think it's just a service tool. It's a way to create a better experience so loom one new one video. All right the second tool I wanNA talk about is one. That's getting tons and tons of hype these days. In fact I wish I had about their stock. Probably Zoom and that is A. It's a video meeting and Webinar Platform. So in my business we use it every day for our own internal meetings. We use it to meet with clients to report on. What's going on? We meet to present ideas or brainstorm We do one to one sales call so anytime we have somebody that's interested in our services and they we WANNA do a discovery call her. Some sort of a sales call will use this video tool increasingly. I've seeing podcasters use zoom because you can connect you can record you get video so if you're recording video great you capture the video but even if you're not recording video alive podcasters are finding that the that video stream on. They're able to look at their guests and do interviews in it. It's far more engaging I found. I'm using a platform now. Called Squad cast just specifically for my podcast but I interviewed a lot on zoom. So some of the reasons to like zoom is that there's there's no software involved necessarily and so if you want to invite somebody to a meeting they don't have to download an application and and be able to launch that they pretty much can click and be on there. Are there are numerous flavors? But the two flavors that people use the most are webinars and meetings and the biggest difference is a Webinar is typically presentation so hundred people sign up for a Webinar. The PRESENTER GETS ON THEIR SHARES. Their screen shows their slides. People can ask questions. But they're all muted. I mean you actually can on mute somebody and let them talk but but essentially there to listen. You have in meetings. It's much more like a traditional meaning people show up there all bent upon your settings. They might be all in video and you'll sit around. Looks like a room and talk to you. Know Eight ten twelve people in meeting now. Obviously you need a camera to to access or use the video component on your computer but there is a phone APP. People use that all the time and actually people can call in on their phone or on their computer. You show your video. You could record your video screen sharing so if you want to put up your slides and you can annotate so if you want to circle something. I mean people. There's lots of functionality to to do things when you're presenting you can record and then it automatically saves the file on your computer chat. Qna You can launch polls of again that type of video meeting is you know is in this particular day in time right now has become an essential for a lot of businesses even businesses. That used to just jump in a car and drive a few blocks to meet with somebody. It's now become pretty much facto tool for for doing meeting even even with companies that are very local and I want to suggest that I think that some of the some of these tools will be used out of necessity right now But I think that what will happen is people will actually get used to the behavior. Actually enjoy the meeting rhythm this way or the ability to do certain things in a meeting this way the time saving elements of meeting this way and I think even when we go back to normal and we will go well. I don't know what normal is but we will get through this then. I think you're GONNA see a lot of people that That that really use these continue to use these tools when reminded that this episode is brought.

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"john chance" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

Tha Boxing Voice

11:57 min | 1 year ago

"john chance" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

"And that Old Dude Jad fastest. I would like to see somebody getting with that professional. He just got in the Bahamas I would like to see someone getting their because my smart partner that I that I told you about nate. He has to get in there with that do because he's got another profile setup you know so he's using us we use him for work and I'm not going to deny hi that he's Oh shit. Yo Dog a definitely got some tricks and speed is a you know he got got speed. Hardest barring you've done out of any CAM which one you've been this that you're going you just meet in general. Yeah yeah no this is this is this is the toughest in came. This is the toughest camp but the best can't because it's like I said I've never like my first fight. We did calisthenics in boxing training right but then the calisthenics was so intense. That that that that my training camp or my stablemates would complain. I AIN'T GONNA say no names to people in my can't will complain like why are we doing pull ups everyday every day. Why are we doing pushups every day while we doing dips every day? You can't do that every day. You know. You ain't never fought so. It became my duty to acts fighters. Yeah when when do you stop doing pull ups. When do you stop doing push ups and then I got twenty thirty fucking professional elite level fighters lightest tell my stable they face? We don't stop. We do it all the way the week of the Fight Union. I'm saying for them to get it through. They had that you can actually work out like the fuck. Would you think. Coach Larry. Wade is doing stripping conditioning trainers. They playing with bands as weights. It's calisthenics is a little bit of everything. So you know my first Campbell. Scott Aesthetics in boxing trainer. Like I said the second can't was way too much cardio. I got down to MM sixteen hours chasing the six pack. Meanwhile Vlad got a six pack to forty five so third camp no strengthen condition in and no calisthenics only boxing training because I felt like in that second fight you know I could have looked better. So that's what I was working. Take me and now you know. I'm at a point where I know. I know what I'm doing like a more experienced. Now this is is now my fourth can't so I got to strengthen strength and conditioning coach to give me a regimen that I've been following every Tuesday and Thursday. There's Day Because I felt like I didn't want to just do technique. I want to be strong but I also want to look strong. Oh I didn't WANNA look sloppy. You know plus I'm going for the award for outfit of the night you know what I'm saying so I want to look right outfit. You know what I'm saying. Since I'm defending the red belt mccullers will be read since you know. My words are golden and my belt is go. It's going to be matching. We go you know what I'm saying but I'm shooting. I'm sure in Alfred the night if not how best outfit of all border wars altogether because of how outfit is because really no one. Besides that's Jose had an Alfa in his was ridiculous. His was more of a mockery he had like. I Dunno tiger ears or something it was real will it was real. You know you know I broke out the ric flair socks. I just couldn't socks just socks champion. I get your Yo. You'll get an honorable memorable mentioned. But you won't get out for the fucking decade. I'M GONNA get. I'm getting now talking. Yeah I don't know about that share. You know what I'm saying. I you know my gloves loves match my bell. I'm not dropping. No more I feel you. I am doing it big because I'm bid to like to come come in little flash little is yeah man. I know. Listen I'm going to shock the world. Not only the performance but everything you know. No how I'm coming into the ring the swag the stamina people going to be surprised with the stamina. Finish to listen. I'm not deontay wilder. Even though I wish I was so I can't say that I'M GONNA knock out everybody but I am club Elaine and and I can predict pain. Mother Fucker is GONNA be paying. Listen I can't say that I'm wilder because I haven't been doing this long enough but I know walk got power. I know I got power. Listen you in a gym. Every day. You go on Saturdays and Sundays now you know how it is naked. Take off the head and they tell you do what just happened if they kicked as tell you and it seats you how not to get you as and if you were somebody tell you you hurt me and I been hurting more focus. I got people that don't want SPA me. No more because I'm too heavy handed and I'm forty years old. I got professionals in my gym that say not. I'm not getting in with this. So keep fucking plan with his all. I'm saying I'm ready. I'm ready like mid ise. There's nothing happening. Border wars to to make me scared to retire. There's just not sponsor twenty-five-year-old do I'm sparring Hakim nurse Twenty eight six zero. Oh pro. I suppose today's agreed three. No pro you know. I'm right did throwing jazz John Chance. Teach me what I gotta do. I'm turning it overwrite how to fuck it would be scared. Some do coming up the fucking street. Thinking He. Tough it's a whole nother ballgame is a whole nother ballgame and I spoiled three minute rounds. We fight two minute rounds. I'm already I'm already got a heads up on your way. Please man sign up. I've been talking super. How many years now sign up? All right now listen questions we gotTA ASK I. I love the confidence the energy champ but now let's talk about a I. I know you one of the smarter champions. And you've obviously don't do slim as they think so with their being. Let's say on a very was to to beat you is the rematch clause immediate or do you have up to one year to invoke it. I mean whatever whatever. IBF guidelines are for the rematch is what will follow the rematch clauses in there because I follow the sport. I'm a journalist. I I respect Eddie hearn. And he said he would never send Joshua in there without a rematch. Regardless of who is fighting and look he didn't send them in in Andy Ruiz fi in a fight where we all thought he was supposed to win. He didn't send them in without a rematch. Close so I'm just not stupid stupid. Sorry no disrespect you my man. We're GONNA smoke one but you ain't put no rematch close. You know speaking of speaking up high going when the title he panel session. You know what I'm saying I'm just saying smash it I know I'm the baddest man in Boorda was. I knew I ain't gotta pay attention mentioned because I am losing. If he beat me and I'm paid a fee. I got to give up the belt and I walk home with no belt. There's no longer bell in this office but we all know that it happened. But how are you going to get a belt without a fucking sakes. If I'm just saying you know that's something. He should him his teams to think about before. You know I guess February where we seven clocks tick and tick and another thing that the public is wondering seeing as our Boorda was. Referee is dum me. Do means obviously work in your corner have a have both sides. Company agreement has the commission coming in agreement on. Who Will Be Reverend This heavyweight title fight you know honestly we haven't and That's a very good question. I'm trying to get Matt from Ohio. He's actually a professional amateur judge and referee. He always says he's coming in. He never does so. WE'RE NOT GONNA put too much stock in that we're going to hope hoped that he can. Because I don't want Midi Midi cheated me and my second fight Rodney over not down I didn't take any points away from my opponent for you know Manhandling fucking excessive. All type Zyppah crazy shit you know and then take points away from someone else. Oh that's right. His favorite fighter aircrews news when Zach four crews my leftovers They took points away from Saxon. fucking how but in the real fight whether it was real infractions and files there was no points taken only lake dozens and dozens of warning so the last person I want to rectified committee but at the end of the day. That's the only person that did it could be Midi. Because Jack Reese couldn't save Tyson fury from the fucking right hand mm-hmm yeah I would agree. We had some suspect. UK officiating. In the past. If I say so myself absolutely art so we got another question from Info Joe. He says what champ. Are you working on anything. New to add to your toolbox rebel for this fight. And if there's any added pressure being had a TV or does that motivate you more to win. I guess being the brand face absolutely zoning the only motivation because I know a no air by want me. I know I'm not Scou- I know. I know that that that that that award that that token you know you WanNa put me on your mantle. You want you want this notch on your belt. So I would say you're the most avoided so so so yes or no yes and no because we got we got cowboys that Asanga they have. You know I don I might not get a fight as frequent as you guys but we definitely have had people that come straight out of the woodworks thinking they're going to take me out just because fucking crazy. You know what I'm saying but yeah that's what it is. When you build a name? They definitely will come out for you. So what would you like to add to your tool belt. There's another question after that asking. Almost the same thing we'll onto. Are you looking to add. I mean I'm not I'm listening. The only thing I added Stamina we work in on technique and stamina. We have a game plan plant. You know but we working on technique and stamina acid- there's no need to you know. Go outside the box. Boxing is the fundamentals are there. They've been doing it for years. And that's what we working on technique stamina as real quick. Let me get you the address this theory or rumors you. I guess you would call them. A lot of people tend to feel like if Lester gives was taken us That would be the border wars. I don't feel that's true but Hypothetically if you were to take a loss at any point how would How do you think you would handle that mentally and going forward you honestly it would depend on the severity of it and.

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"john chance" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"john chance" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Where the samples so I call up our seventh all star the sound engineer Andy cotton like do you remember where these samples where do you have them somewhere and and he shoots me back an email he's like yeah on the samples they were honest if Dr your members so so he sent me these files and yeah there were like twelve of them I don't like what we need like we need like two hundred notes like we're going to do so so I enlisted my friend John chance another for Dona and like we held we like rebuilds out of these like twelve or thirteen samples like the harmonics organ to harpsichord keyboards and then out guitar and they're playing the and they're they're playing in the tuning that gland device yes for this reason you said for simply number three yeah I believe simply number five also all the same tuning system that and a lot of the symphonies mark have like symphony number three is called Gloria you know there was always this kind of play of the physical and the spiritual and in Glenn's music what about in in this piece in movement with them I think the title speaks for itself and I'll just tell you a quick story out of the clan would mind we're at the recording session and we're we've we've got everything down but we're trying to mix it and the guy who's doing the mixing is quite brilliant Damien I got sick from from over in England and he spent but Glenn is really getting in the way and I'm assigned to be the emotional fluff for and it's kind of just go and look at the shiny object in and Hey what about you know and so I'm and I'm good at that so I'm I'm doing that like I love Clinton so it's a it's a you know it's a job I'm up for so I'm really doing my best and Damien's working and I'm over here of doing back flips and things and suddenly Damien cracks the code in it's just magical the sound and Glenn turns around goes what is it what is it and he he just begins to cry just tears several he was so moved that that which he knew was inside this P. suddenly was there all right.

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"john chance" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"john chance" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

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"john chance" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

03:50 min | 1 year ago

"john chance" Discussed on No Agenda

"John Podesta Declines Hillary is gonNA be running this campaign these flashes the prices go up churning burning she's going for trump she definitely maneuvers in muscles harangue called written nations and funding from banks reckless and law the media forums the the DNC maneuvers have caused as speed towards the finish position goes down of his gave up when they get out of town the one houses hers except for one man instill slamming and scamming as long as she can. The Sun has gone down on the moon is come and lost the election was stolen by trump but she's driving conniving and changing the turn says so she'll be the president of the job bewitched she still yeah. She's going the distance. She's going to Lee extremists all alone all alone in a time of greed because he's scheming and maiming collecting age she's fighting and fighting the line all the time going the distance from you. GotTa set this up because it's Kinda complicated no kidding. You'd never hear this an American Eric and television. I'm surprised that this may not be real but nick the rat just bent over in the room don't do that. This is that's actionable. I really don't like this some extra money for the show. Would you like what would you like. You want a curry dot. Co Dot C K please. I thought that was a little revealing Obviously this is lewd by the way fifty children's gears off. We make fun of it because it's comfortable to a pain in the ass banging away like crazy schoolmarm where the shoe on the desk yeah. I'm GonNa give you the whole low did whether such a heavy low so a nut himself ooh you magin nut of the future you snohomish the joke. I think it is what she goes on. This was probably not uncovered a cheap laugh no agenda. I find it very offensive. Have you seen Donald Trump stepping. Tom Bats Front Donald Donald Front. Oh Donna Stat Sir John Chance Oh Oh oh oh Oh oh long Donald Trump Donald trump surface the donald trump.

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"john chance" Discussed on Duct Tape Marketing

Duct Tape Marketing

12:51 min | 1 year ago

"john chance" Discussed on Duct Tape Marketing

"The duct tape marketing podcast. This is John Chance and my guest today is rand fiscal. He is founder Dan Former C._E._o.. Of Mas I think people used to call it the Wizar- months and he actually has a new venture called Spark Toro which will touch on today but we're GonNa talk a lot about his new book called lost and founder a painfully honest missed field guide to the startup or so ram. Thanks for joining me gone. It's my pleasure. Thanks for having me so I said off air but I'll say it on air as well. I've been doing this podcast forever as a lot of my listeners. I can't believe this the first time I've edgy so in a treat for me so I talk about you. GotTa Ask One S._E._O.. Question and it's a really broad one S._E._O.. Sit Today. Where does that see us today? Well <hes> it's an interesting point. It's history in that in a lot of ways search has become a mature industry and S._E._O.. Has To and that means that it's more competitive than it's ever been and for the first time <hes> I think thanks to the growth of voice search and how Google is displaying. The answer is there's actually not the same amount not the same acceleration rate of increasing opportunity S._E._O.. So it's sort of everyone is warring for more <hes> more competition but <hes> with less potential new opportunity so interesting timeframe I've been I've been coaching a lot of business owners that that I think there's an element of S._E._O.. That needs to be much more strategic so as we plan website their messaging their content S._E._O.. Has To be a part of that. Even how we structure you know their entire business to some degree before we start talking about as you said the technical aspects and I think that's a I think that's a message that starting to make sense to people people maybe because it's got so competitive yeah I mean I think that it's going to be very very tough for businesses that tack on at Theo as an afterthought to compete against the folks who bake it into their marketing D._N._A.. Yeah I I. I've been doing this a long time and I can't tell you how many small business owners get a website built. Put some form of content on it and then come to me and say would you S._E._O.. This and you did I mean that's the problem. The problem is I <unk>. I think that the perception of the industry is always going to be five to ten years behind where the industry actually yeah so you use the word startup in a title or at least the subtitle of the book and that's such a term anymore that gets <hes> bannered route. I'd love to know what you consider if you have a definition of a startup yeah I think it's a company that is <hes> striving for rapid growth <hes> and seeking to find A. Scalable repeatable business model that works well. Isn't that every business well. I I would hope that most mature most mature businesses are seeking to <hes> maintain their growth tweet or maybe grow it a little and most of them have already found a scalable reputable business model so start ups are unique from both those aspects and so the culture's unique the point of view of the founders is unique. Maybe even the decisions they make from a profitability standpoint of unique yeah absolutely I mean and in many cases right a mature business the sounders are not involved anymore right and you know they in many longstanding businesses the founders are retired or passed away <hes> in many other businesses. You know that are mature. Founders have left and they're off doing other things <hes> but typically in startups founders are still heavily involved and so that changes culture and a whole bunch of other things so hello. This book is certainly a guide for somebody. WHO's starting a business so in that way it's kind of a you know how to book but it's also very much a memoir and security yet if you if there was something that really compelled you mm to include the painfully honest yeah I mean I think that's something that I've always been passionate about and part of that? Is You know the the Catharsis that comes from the release of writing about something but <hes> a big part of it also is that when we when we share something that is not often shared right that the painful parts of a journey or the you know the <hes> the hard issues we help people to feel like they're not alone in their journey and not is a really really important aspect of all the work that I that I did it mas and that that I think I'll ever do is trying to you know hopefully forge a pass for other people to follow into and to be able to feel Salat so of course while that is is obviously an awesome contribution to the world of entrepreneurship. I suspect that it also a lot of ways you've got a new venture going <hes> a lot of ways. I guess the question is what did you learn from it. Oh sure absolutely well. I think I mean loss and founder is really exactly that it's kind of a hey what are all the lessons that your taking away that that you wish you could have known known before you started laws <hes> and and trying to pass that on to a next generation of entrepreneurs but also to myself I mean when you when you sit down and collect your accumulated knowledge and you know put it into a written form orm. I think you process it in a way that you would not otherwise be able to and so this. Is You know this is a very positive <hes> learning experience for me as well I think I I hope it will have a good impact on on sparked tomorrow so I've written five bucks now and they are postulating ideas. I suppose <hes> which you know hopefully bring some value to the world but the idea that I would also sort of share. Things were painful that showed that I was actually vulnerable that I didn't have all the answers maybe at some point it was that was that scary at all for you. Yeah I think it's I think it's always scary. I mean the the difference between transparency and uh-huh marketing you know or honest marketing right at least is that when you're when you're doing honest marketing you are not telling any lies and you are you know showing off the good things that you've done and things that you've learnt when you're being transparent ends parent you are both being honest and embracing wholeheartedly embracing the hardest toughest nastiest ugliest parts of yourself and your journey <hes> and exposing things that. Other people would normally want to hide things that could embarrass you and make you look bad and I think there's actually more more power in that in that one <hes> certainly from representation and a you know helping people feel not alone own part of it. You know the the Oh. I'm GonNa tell you the facebook story of how I you know became the third richest person in the world. Not It's not that interesting to me. You know so you have a lot of fans. Obviously your your whiteboard Fridays Friday might get the day wrong I forget but yeah yeah whiteboard product or sorry momentary lapse there your whiteboard Fridays obviously had lots and lots of fans so how has has that fan base if you call them that <hes> reacted to the <hes> I would say people who people who have known me and followed me for a long time <hes> this book probably it was a very good match. <hes> I think the one the one frustration which <hes> Andrew Warner for mixer g noted when I talked to him. Was that <hes> you know there's maybe two two or three chapters that touch on S._E._O.. And Web marketing kinds of things things <hes> but this is not an S._E._O.. Centric Book and of course you know most of the people who followed me historically over the last seventeen years have done so because I mean the S._E._O.. World and help people learn more about that topic <hes> so I think it's a departure on that front but <hes> hopefully and I think for folks who have read it <hes> which is a few or something between two and seven thousand people I think about the book so far <hes> you know for those folks. It seems to be doing well. I I get a lot of Nice comments online so far so we'll see. Do you feel like a again the world of what you know maybe it's a misperception about what startup life in his life do you feel like a lot of people who are starting businesses kind of look at the silicone valley sort of common advice and common model and really kind of fall prey to that in not so positively yeah well. I think one of the challenges is that Silicon Valley startups are built for a very specific asset class <hes> venture capital right which is an asset class. That's designed to invest in one hundred companies and three or four of them will return the entire fund and another ten hand will be doing okay and the rest will hopefully die because the partners don't even have time to engage with one hundred companies right and you don't WanNa be putting money toward an investment. That's not going to return you know five x ten x so the the advice piece. That's looking valley. Startup world gives to companies is very good if you fit that model and it's pretty bad if you don't fit that model <hes> and I think the challenge is that you know popular media and culture culture and you know all of the focus of entrepreneurship especially over the last two decades has been so heavily censored so heavily biased toward that model <hes> that the vast majority of businesses which are not in that vein gene and shouldn't follow that advice sort of help but be seduced by especially since that's really all the media. We'll talk about that. One percent eight doesn't right now. Yeah you know this is a big challenge in all all sorts of things right. If <hes> you know if all the toys are geared towards well if you're a boy you know you have to play with army toys. If you're a girl you have to play with princesses who met wonder you know kids want to dress up as certain things for Halloween and act certain ways when they grow up and the freedom years ago. I'd take my kids to McDonald's okay. I'm just GONNA admit it. We got the odd happy meal every now and then and they would always say doing a boy or girl toward what does that mean. Yeah why why am I not allowed to play with the halls in why are they allowed to transform to get it all right so now that you're starting another business how how long seventeen eighteen years yes so I dropped out of college in two thousand one so this would be yeah. This'll be seventeen years so now you've got a new venture going. Would you say that your business point of view in general has changed and Oh yeah it also well so I mean I'm one of those people who absolutely fell prey to the you know classic Silicon Valley start up right taking venture. That's that's the ultimate challenge enough feel to Nicole and that's what every entrepreneur if you're great entrepreneurs seek to do that <hes> and of course now that I've been through that experience I sort of have the the wisdom to say hang on a minute. That's a that's a totally biased perspective you you don't there's no one class of entrepreneurs. That's so much better than another you know if you start a bakery you are no less than entrepreneur than someone who starts a tech company and if you raise venture capital versus getting a pain clone you are no less or more of an entrepreneur so I think those you know removing some some of that. <hes> external input is is certainly a big thing the other big one. I'd say for me at least is <hes> having a lot more self knowledge so some of that's being able to like you know push exterior forces away eight and recognize what I want but also of it as being able to say okay. I know that I often fall prey to these problems. Are these mistakes. I know that I'm good at this and not good at that. I know that I need to shore up these weaknesses and I know that I.

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"john chance" Discussed on Accelerate!

Accelerate!

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"john chance" Discussed on Accelerate!

"Oh yeah it was a real hot hundreds of millions of dollars in online i wasn't one of the owners but you hollywood ended up shutting them down in the early two thousands at it was illegal after that in the states but it was still legal for the rest of the world and i happen to be in taiwan i was hoping these company this company grow their business outside of the us and it was legal in asia for a long time but then the hollywood studios came in lobbied the rest of countries in all all dvd copping offer basically came legal but that really that time has happened to be the right place at the right time that's really how i learned about web design seo and google had a stranglehold i think over the purchase process even back then for some people were looking for that kind of software and and that's really what opening his pack that up sold that company back to the states start a family started forbid my first website in that's rolled into a agency that's how i got here today yeah well i mean the thing that brought greater notoriety so you've teamed up with john chance wrote the book on this yo for growth jonah's knowledged certainly willing the most acknowledged experts and small business marketing for sure and that's base so how'd you get hooked up with john to do that really interesting there is that again introverted guy fell in love with seo and web design for a long time with google you could move the needle for people and get leads in sales for them without ever having to talk to them or even have a website or do any of blogging personal ranting then google came out and change their algorithm it made it more punitive me started here about animals like penguin and panda and things.

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"john chance" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"john chance" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

"Throw it as well as baker does so i'm just saying if you let him go and you let this thing catch fire i think it could be must see tv agree with you to a certain extent let's say for the sake of argument they go through ot as they go through training camping brief is close will baker mayfield start just invested the whole were speaking about apps i don't believe because we've seen it happen a lot of different ways we see throw peyton manning in and look guys just matt ryan that you're storm giggles mother guys like carson palmer you see they sit the entire year if it's close when i don't really because the hairs the thanksgiv if you start baker mayfield i because this is the way you have to look at it the cleveland browns are not built like a seattle seahawks will bill russell wilson started they want they're not built like that they're not built like when ben rothlisberger took over second game with visa like like they were that was a veteran veteran line reall clue i this is not how their bill no but if it's close you might as well because this what happened last year they went into the texans went in will savage going to be i got savage going back guy and they really didn't even look really was not even trying to give this john chance but halfway through it to have hickam to sean well if you start a guy at the apple to have hell you should start at the game because there's nothing that tom savvy did in that game changer say you know what he can't get it done except get sack.

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"john chance" Discussed on Duct Tape Marketing

Duct Tape Marketing

06:10 min | 3 years ago

"john chance" Discussed on Duct Tape Marketing

"Hello and welcome to another episode of the duct tape marketing podcasts This says, John chance, and it's time for another solo podcast. Today I'm going to be talking to myself a ballot, Facebook, advertising for small business. I know there's a hot topic, Scott, an even hotter since face picks been in the news lately talking about limiting people's organic reach. This is something that's actually been going on for probably a couple of years. And I think that this whole political storm that kind of crept up Maybe make them take it a little more serious and bring it more front and center. In my view, the pub line is that it's going to sell more advertising. It's going to make you more reliant on advertising. It's not going to be a awful thing for Facebook. In fact, I tell people half getting have serious the You should by Facebook stock because of this, because of Facebook's going to stick. Round, It's going to because we have become so dependent upon it. And so as a as a business, It still a great viable place to advertise. But I wanna, I wanna talk about that were to minute because it's not just a strict advertising vehicle. It's a social media play, I think as well. It's a it's a content amplification play. It's a great place to get very low cost awareness for your business For your promotions, for your content. And so I think that it it really comes straddles the advertising slash social media play. So if you're going to be in social media using social media to me is part of your content that you put their that you creating gauge met with that of the company picnic And the, uh, the the, the new promotion and the new award, the you one, That's all stuff that needs to be part of a social media. But you're content as you put it, their particular, your blog post. They're trying to create. Maybe you're creating a for a fresco purposes, But you're also trying to create some wearing his drives of traffic. That's that's the kind of content that we want to bring to Facebook, but we're going to need to start a promoting it. I'm to break this down a little bit because for four. This is this is way basic for a lot of people, But I think some people need to still understand what are all the moving parts in Facebook for a small business owners. So I'm going to spend a minute on that. So the first and foremost, I mean, the ticket to to play Facebook is a personal profiles. Everybody has that personal profiles can create pages. They can create at accounts, They can create groups for every personal profile comes with a messenger, which is a a direct inside a Facebook messaging. The component and every personal profile can also create something called a business manager account. And I have a for a for a longtime GM of agencies. People like myself have had business major accounts, but I think it's exited the tool that every business on Facebook should have. And so we come back to that because I'm going to go with the assumption that died that that you're gonna follow my advice and set up a Facebook added County or a business manager. If you don't have one, Now, pages are another component in dubbed for the most part to every business should have a page. Now, a page can also be an advertiser, and it can also have its own messenger account. Now, add accounts are a separate component, and as of already stated profiles of pages can or profiles at business manager accounts can create add accounts and pages can can be advertisers. A couple of war Adams groups. Uh, any Biz body with the profile can create a group that could be private. It could be public, and it's just a typically as created around specific topics and a groups are, are great for community be participating. Groups are probably one of the best places to go to, to plug in a get information and ask questions and engage folks to to maybe help you. And then the last piece of that's becoming more significant is messenger. And the reason I say it's becoming more significant as because I think that's the tool that Facebook is going to use to reach out to the web. In other words, you can actually use Facebook messenger today as a service or chat. You've pricing chat tools On fate on websites. You can actually install messenger now on your website, and I think this is what's going to make it really leap into the, you know, outside the Facebook platform, because a lot of folks will put that on there. Website because somebody ask a question and if they're Logged in to Facebook already as many people are, you'll know who they are and you could respond. In fact, you can create utter responders. It say, hi, John, how can we help you today? Because because they're logged into Facebook, So there I think there are some things that are you really going to see growth in that area. But let's get into the the advertising components of Facebook for small business. So first of almost you want to have a business manager account. So you have your profile Just go to business dot Facebook dot com, And of course, will have all these links in the show notes he might wanna jump over there. 'cause we also have some images there that my to help tell the story as well. So some advantages to a business major count, it really allows you to more securely I think manager pages and add accounts in two today. A lot of people have multiple at accounts, especially if you're managing advertising on behalf of a client. A you have to do it inside of this in it. Cities you're I think to add, employs and agencies and remove them, of course, to give different levels of permission. So I think it's just a tool that you can go by without it, but I think it's a tool that will make your life better. So you go there, you create the account and at

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"john chance" Discussed on Duct Tape Marketing

Duct Tape Marketing

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"john chance" Discussed on Duct Tape Marketing

"Hello and welcome to another episode of the duct tape marketing podcast is this john chance my guest today is jess or straw she's the founder and director of call don't panic management from that provides virtual staff members insistence and she's also the author of a book we're going to talk about today panic cruyff how the right virtual cystic could save your sanity grow your business so jess thanks for joining me thank you so much for having me john i'm so happy here while now of do you qualify as a millennial one i am yes technically i was born in the millennial years although i don't i don't identify with all of the millennial trade so don't title is certainly verbal whether you pick the as yet of coal so everybody's one of those right well that's the benefit of starting your own business you get to create your own title two chosen to go no title other people will say what should we calling suggest john works this john let's gay so you have this virtual assistance space really i probably hired somebody virtually that i recall virtual system 1213 maybe fifteen years ago but this space once was kind of odd thing the people did out there like me that were online has really very very main street in the last five years would you say that's accurate absolutely i think you are probably the earliest adopters if you're doing it fifteen years ago it was definitely a strange phenomenon at that time was so in your view it again i know you have we'll go panics what six years older so five years old we officially started in two thousand eleven i had started freelancing in two thousand ten so an eight years of freelancing but seven years or so as that this business a long enough viewed kinda say here's here's how it's changed would you wanna share that with us shore well for me i mean one of.

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"john chance" Discussed on The Win with Heather Havenwood

The Win with Heather Havenwood

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"john chance" Discussed on The Win with Heather Havenwood

"Guys like he had to get out there put ourselves out there right we had the account drew brown authority um and to do so we had to do things like the black logging and in some cases in a right right books in this concept so in my case never allowed his eyes out and ladies out there who are out there and have actually built an audience entrusts them there's a lot of time and effort that goes into that right above but for somebody like me you might not have the charisma or on wants to may be fasttracked that kind of thing i thought well what's the best way to get out there and try leverage somebody else's audience without having to go through that first of all dan i'm not happen i'm secondly maybe it would be ilya first places don't have that kind of talent in particular so that i did is i ended up joining duct tape marketing consulting network and i did so because john janse is a guy that is known by many people as a small business marketing exery arrow tucked marketing it's wall street journal 'sella but he's got a hundred or so um small business marketers in his in his network um which was great a gave me a chance to do in this case yell out his guys after that have like courses and you know things where you can actually have some amount of contact in facebook group this hostilities of launchers but there's a few of a mike michael poor like john chance truth little ones out there we got the opportunity to join or an intimate network in this case i was able to join and actually meet with him a couple of times i annual basis and rupp shoulder to shoulder with gave him more of a personal relationship it also gave me the opportunity to give more so we gotta that network in earned his trust by educating other people's other consoles in an at word enduring webinars during guest log possibly trying to give give the show must up eventually i think i got to the point after drew three years right was able to pitch in on a book project um really for the purpose of trying to.

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"john chance" Discussed on FunnelHacker Radio

FunnelHacker Radio

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"john chance" Discussed on FunnelHacker Radio

"Welcome to funnel hacker radio podcast where we go behind the scenes and uncover the tactics and strategies top entrepreneurs are using to make more sales dominate their markets and how you can get those same results here's your host date woodward welcome back to burma hacker radio i'm your host dave woodward today you guys are in for a special treat because you have the opportunity of diamond into a topic that we've we've kind of kind of henan hotter route todd far click on its does and that's seo but i wanted to bring on an expert in the seo space get fill singles and welcome to the show hey and soap gotta be flooded so fills web designers seo expert it's been awardwinning author but really for the last decade or so he's building his own operas on digital marketing agency of kansas city but last year he wrote a book co authored at with john chance basically if you if john is the whole idea behind the duct tape marketing world is built a huge business and in that area established himself as an expert in that you're able to ashley cooper a book titled issue over growth the ultimate guy for marketers web signers entrepreneurs so i want to explore this whole ought topics farce seo odds you've got the tanah credibility real pull something off john which is a pretty fantastic excited for that but if you don't mind spill what i will elect dive into is this whole concept of seo for podcasting is i just jump right into that because really changed my business this year i mean i've been doing this that we're talking in the green room before the show how excited i've been about about podcasting in the benefits is going to bring to my business is really kind of change the way we even delivering our services and products are under drill marketing customers and when i think of the benefits of seo b.

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"john chance" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"john chance" Discussed on KQED Radio

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"john chance" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"john chance" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Necessary refresh pta you can party of course please tell me marshes making her wings again you know it score and the officials appear to be talking it out what can i bring glitzy hot dogs burgers plenty of chips and i got the pepsi's perfect great i've also got pepsi zero sugar awesome call going to do kariuki uh kari okay this time yep yep see the nfl welcome to the john doesn't end zone the situation there is an alien creature somewhere on the spaceship that spits hydrochloric acid baxter and johnson have gone missing i just stepped on my flushed meridian juice picking up contemporary chance all i have is the slingshot inches completely useless in zero gravity and the ship set to self destruct in two minutes correction ship sent to self in good luck uh there's little chance of this working maybe i should just go play take five near clutter instead we still have a 1 and john chance of winning historic his okay opening they're going to the nearest authorised gene so for the win with one in nine odds take five from the new york lottery is your daily chance to win great nash prices police play responsibly you must be 18 or older to purchase a lottery ticket prices.

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"john chance" Discussed on EOFire | Entrepreneur on FIRE

EOFire | Entrepreneur on FIRE

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"john chance" Discussed on EOFire | Entrepreneur on FIRE

"What i really learned in in the course of writing entrepreneurial you is that there's a threestep process involved in in successful monetisation the first part is building trust with your audience the second part is just going deep and the third is then leveraging your knowledge and so what i mean by that what is essential is right at the beginning you build trust with the audience sometimes people rushed to monetize they they think okay i need to you know i'm getting just get out there i'm gonna make a ton of money and of course you and i know that that doesn't necessarily happen in sinn tena slamming for your business john and you of course you're one of the people that i interviewed for entrepreneurial you and you're one of the the big case studies in there i i know from our conversation the eu spent six months working on entrepreneur on fire without any revenue you had the prelaunch period and then for i guess through three months afterwards nothing was was coming in but you were putting in the work up front to create amazing content so that people knew you entrusted you and wanted to listen to you so building that trust creating content is very important the second part is going deep and that means really taking the time to get to know your audience get to know your your target customer one of the people interviewed was john chance arm whose most famous for for the book duct tape marketing and young now that's a you know huge system it's a best selling book but he started as a regular marketing consultant he he worked in a one on one with clients he it was kind of a jackofalltrades and did everything he wouldn't have been able to come up with the duct tape marketing system if he hadn't really spent the time in the trenches gang to know his customers intimately and then third and finally.

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"john chance" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

Liberty Talk FM

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"john chance" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"Keene new hampshire and actually jay and i were just talking about this a few months ago he says they did this in his hometown in massachusetts a palmer of the web leave keane was claiming to be the first town in maybe i thought they claimed it was all of new england but maybe it was only the first town in new hampshire ironically you posted an article a picture of the punisher logo with the blew out on the quota now not something you'd expect to see a piece officer wearing and ironically i believe i have seen that shirt being worn by a guy by the name of john chance something or other guys last name but there was a a very big sort of online mary youtube war you could say between this guy was like a military pro cop kinda guy dame oh this yeah it was like you know he was like a big pro kapo promoter actually at a surprise actually and have a debate that i did was actually surprisingly it was a fun watch that was surprisingly reason and and rational i felt like a or did a really good job of bringing this guy a little bit over really the other side and i heard a little bit more reasonable good glenn to hear that seek referring to the blue line than was applied to the punisher logo also the flag so flag that like the darkened black and white flag in blue line running down it and i didn't know there was a shirt but if figures that there is when i figured it was also a i know it's also decal that people at the put on their vehicles for instance so the story here is that the city of keene new hampshire which is where we live and it is you know the the southwestern corner of of new hampshire it's not really a city it's just the political designation as far as its populations very small it's only about twenty three thousand people they be around forty uniformed police officers and the city council according to mice a brief research on this issue had been debating putting this blue line down one of the main streets here in key marlboro street since at least late 2016 so this thing was being.

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