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"joshua sprague" Discussed on Business School

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03:18 min | 3 months ago

"joshua sprague" Discussed on Business School

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"joshua sprague" Discussed on Business School

Business School

05:17 min | 3 months ago

"joshua sprague" Discussed on Business School

"I, like it a lot. So let's follow up on that because you probably have a lot of dos around this, which is so you have these three problem tears. The smaller little ones the medium ones the bigger ones. So, once you have bucket your problems if you will conceptually those tears, do you tackle them in a specific order Suggest going about. What so the the way that I recommend it, it doing it is once you identify the medium problems for your industry Put circles around those because each one of those can become main offers for you. Okay. Now, there's going to be one that. Happened earlier than the others. So for example, if one of my medium problems is, how do you publish the book while if you don't have the book written I, then it's GonNa be a NI- relevant but it's not as important to know how to how to solve that problem yet. So I start with the main medium problem that needs to be solved, which is how do I read a book and so for your for for some of these industry that could be entirely different, right. So for example, I don't know what what are some of the industries that your your people are in. An example yeah. Like a real estate investor or realtor, you're just you're just you're. Kind of everyone has a everyone can connect with that. Okay cool So. So let's say your realtor right and you want to start and grow. You know your real estate business basically It's cool to think about what is going to be like once you sell hundred homes but the first problem you probably got figure out insult I is like how to sell the first home, right? That's a medium problem. That's very tangible that you could solve, which is how I sell the first home or let's say it's another one where it's like, okay. There's all these different aspects of real estate you can go into you could you could sell kind of like those. Amid priced homes that that everybody's looking for, you could sell the first time home buyers or you could just say, Nope, out of the gate I'm going to sell luxury real estate where so you decided that luxury real estate is where he wanted to go with it. How do I actually closed my first luxury deal.

"joshua sprague" Discussed on Business School

Business School

05:35 min | 3 months ago

"joshua sprague" Discussed on Business School

"Thirty day challenge from your original processor written in twenty one days when we were designing this. I bet there's there's probably two groups of people right now saying one saying I want to go do this because I've always had a book me and the other saying wait a minute. Process challenge challenge process could be something that I could build. For something that I offer as well. So how? How did you call put some constraints? Would deliver it. Latronic. Lee but did you say? The if is the AVATAR. Kind of receiving this day by day plan. Can I assume that he's going to have X. amount of time to do it like how did you get yourself some constraints around the delivery of that and the effort behind an achieving. Yeah. So when I so I decided to reduce instead of twenty one because twenty one is really fast. And I think that a good thing to keep for anybody is like you can be an expert at something or you can be good at something but you can't assume that the person following your process is going to do is exactly the same speed as you are. So I wanted to kind of like built in more real which I always think is a good thing to do you know. I. Don't know I think I forgot. The question. How did you? How did you constraints around like like you can't you can't assume that the person. Doing the thirty day regarding challenge is going to have a full workday jet is in how did you come with the constraints around? What is what can you expect that the person has to actually deliver this product? Yeah for sure will I was working full time when I wrote my first book so I knew that I knew how to do it on a part time basis you know and I think the other thing is typically one of the things that I learned is oftentimes as. You know as business owners like especially if you're sharing digital content or your, you know you have a service based business or something like that. oftentimes, what we do is we think of the whole picture that needs to happen for the customer in order to get them from point eight Z. The really what we need to do is we need to take them from like eight S. okay. So what I mean by that is I used to teach like my video courses on how to take somebody from writing the book to publishing a book marketing and launching the book successfully to become a bestseller. What I did differently with this one as I said, let me just put aside the publishing and marketing piece for the focus of this challenge will get that afterwards of course, but the reality is it feels so overwhelming when you're just trying to get the book written to think about how am I gonNA publish it market again once you have that win then it's Easier to move to the next win So that was a big piece of it for me..

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"joshua sprague" Discussed on Business School

Business School

02:08 min | 3 months ago

"joshua sprague" Discussed on Business School

"On Your process and you've been blown away. Honestly, it happens all it's time. That was the thing that that's the thing that I'm most proud of about this product to be honest it's like it just works. If he do the work, it just works and I literally get testimonials about it nearly every day. If not every other day for people you know showing. The the results that they're getting. People following other programs to help it become a bestseller and so I think. The. Biggest takeaway that and for anybody looking to create their own product irregular own book or do anything like that. It's like. Again. Can you lay stuff out? So clearly step-by-step each day like where it just makes it so much easier to follow the people get the outcome you know. Like, I. Don't know if you've ever do a podcasting course or something like that. But literally, if somebody were to tell me like, Hey, Joshua, you're going to start a podcast. Here's what you need to do on Monday and the do this on Tuesday and do on Wednesday and Thursday and Friday and Saturday for like fourteen days or twenty one days or whatever. That is that at the end of that timeframe like by podcast it up and done created, I have my I five at the created man it just makes it so much simpler and especially with writing a book because the process feels so overwhelming regularly God, there's so much to it. But? I don't know. It's kind of like win. You know something that somebody else doesn't know and they go it. It's Kinda like I don't know a lot about podcasting. If I sat down with you for like two hours and I said, okay. Sh Ron, show me exactly what to do over the next seven days to get the first episode done and you gave me an assignment for every day of those seven days. I. Would have a Thousand Times clearer picture than me trying to figure it out and pull it out of my but it'd be like, okay well, maybe I should do this to this..

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"joshua sprague" Discussed on Business School

Business School

04:05 min | 3 months ago

"joshua sprague" Discussed on Business School

"So it was like frustrating me because my this is good stuff. This works I know I've proved it over and over again, not just myself but like with my clients. and. It's worked out them. Right. Awesome. Books really really really fast and also Books become a sellers. And I just went back to the drawing board and I said Okay what if I what a Fi literally just tell you what to do every single day like not like this needs to get done this week and then this needs to get done next week. But like literally here's what you do on Monday and then here's what you do on Tuesday and Wednesday and Thursday and Friday Saturday. And I deconstruct the whole thing and I put it in to you know Kinda. My existing core offer, which is the third day book Writing Challenge, which has been amazing. It's actually blown me away that You know the results, the results from it have been So impressive for something that's literally just delivered through through email but I think that's the thing ultimately regardless for anybody whether you want to write a book or not. If you're thinking about delivering some sort of product training, people want to know what? To do on day one day to day three, day four, day five like the take. So overwhelmed inundated with like so many things we can do or the time it takes to let go and learn whatever it is before you get actually actually like execute the more, you could just break it down day by day the more you're going to. See Success for your students. Of course that makes you feel better about what you're doing that makes the product Selah better people going to tell people about it more like this beautiful cycle. Of Growth basically that happens from doing that so Yeah. Dude. That's so cool. interesting part is the way we got connected was I saw one of one of our friends in Stanley and he said I'm going to write a book November..

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"joshua sprague" Discussed on Business School

Business School

05:44 min | 3 months ago

"joshua sprague" Discussed on Business School

"Don't know it hit me like having a book would be a really powerful differentiate myself to start to begin building authority and credibility, and it's one of those things to that like. INSTAGRAM can come and go like there's a million social media platforms that will come but like what one all may thing that has literally. Worked to build. Authority and grow businesses for hundreds if not thousands of years However long been having the printing press a thousand years right It's written war. Right, it's having a book. It's having your ideas down on paper so that people can read those and share those and get to know you, and there's something about a book to that kind of bypasses like all of the like the sales walls that we put up. You're not mad when a friend like recommends a book to you. You might feel kind of weird affair like. Here's the password to go download this digital course right which you know you shouldn't do that anyway but it's a different thing right? Like we see books differently because we inherently know like that. There's so much value in time and commitment associated with actually writing and publishing launching a buck regardless of you know what the outcome is a of how successful the book is right and anyway. So I went down this rabbit hole and I was like, okay I'm gonNA write a book. I spent like nine months I just like writing rewriting throwing. Away, which is like super common for most people that are trying to write a book I thought Oh. My God like what I'm saying isn't good enough. It's not unique enough like who am I to be saying this I don't know what I'm GonNa do and and then you had a had a conversation with a mentor of mine who you know since went on to like read a New York Times Bestseller and Wall Street Journal Bestseller other. Things, and basically it was like, why are you taking along to write your book? It doesn't need to be this doesn't need to take this long and he more or less like, Hey, if you don't get it done within it was about a month timeframe. It was like you have to pay me two hundred and fifty bucks while two hundred, fifty bucks a lot of money for me at that time because I was definitely struggling to build this stuff up. They add. Coli crap like I do not are pay two, hundred fifty bucks to do this and. That urgency really created in me I don't know I figured out this process that worked really well, and I ended up writing my first book in twenty one days and the book went on to become a number. Amazon bestseller, and after that it Kinda helped launch the business will not kind of definitely helped launch the business I started having. People ask me like, Hey, how did you do this? Can. You teach me how to write one really fast. You also teach me how to get it to bestseller, and so that kind of you know that that business really evolved out of the results that I created for myself and the last coming home I got into the whole book and now I've. Helped, thousands and thousands and thousands of students write and publish their books. A lot of them are Amazon bestseller. So it's pretty cool. Awesome Story. So when you after you I wrote the book, Let's talk about the evolution of the business. You're like, okay I wrote it so i. came up with the map for yourself. So you created this process cool and then was the first iteration of it you. Can you being a consultant coach to helping people get their like how did devolve from there?.

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"joshua sprague" Discussed on Business School

Business School

05:51 min | 3 months ago

"joshua sprague" Discussed on Business School

"You know but you take that step in the next step the next step. You, know. Botch that Martin Luther, King Junior. So so I'd probably say like, on Day number one.

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"joshua sprague" Discussed on Business School

Business School

06:00 min | 3 months ago

"joshua sprague" Discussed on Business School

"Hey, this is Sharon and let me ask a question. Have you ever thought about writing a book? It may be one of those fatty wants like Warren piece or some of those skinny ones just like a booklet hamlet or a cookbook. But how do you actually go about? Taking all that information and knowledge and resources that you have in your head and putting it into a book. Today talk with Joshua Sprague who wrote his book after months of turmoil in just twenty one days because his mentor challenged him to. So and based on that process he is created the thirty book writing challenge off which several hundred. Bestsellers have been born in today Josh talks about the process of how he came up with it, and how you can use thirty day challenges to really get great transformations. All that starts right now with Joshua SPRIGG. One thing is for certain. Just because it's tried and true doesn't mean it's working right now. So the big question is this. Where can you learn what is working right now, the strategies, the tactics psychology, and the exact how to how to grow your business. How to blow up your personal brand and supercharge your personal growth that is the question and this podcast will give you the answer. My name is Sharon tree butter, and welcome to business. You.

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"joshua sprague" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

03:10 min | 2 years ago

"joshua sprague" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"Well let's get a look at our newsradio ten forty who three day weather forecaster this morning here with that meteorologist megan saw mostly sunny and hot today with values around one hundred air temperature of ninety eight a stray shower too as possible as well tonight mostly clear and seventy one tomorrow sunny and hot a couple of isolated showers ninety two degrees the high that's the latest forecast i'm channel thirteen meteorologist megan saw at good greenhouses we think growing our plants locally is important to producing stronger and healthier plants when we say run locally we really mean it two blocks west of the fourteenth street exit off of interstate eighty ten right now we have a west wind at three miles per hour sixty seven percent relative humidity mostly cloudy sky in seventy nine degrees all right we got a pretty crowded room out here at the i will goldstar military museum but the military tribute singers are here and they've got another one for us yeah right now that's right so here we all right great wow don't hold the microphone educate flap you know there are people here of all ages i'm just chair over can you come over for just a minute my mic cord doesn't go any further i noticed you got a little one here what's your name my name's joshua sprague and joshua.

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