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"mavrodi" Discussed on The Mini-Break

The Mini-Break

03:02 min | 1 year ago

"mavrodi" Discussed on The Mini-Break

"Like jovovich is unique because he wants the crowd to like him who've mean what tennis player doesn't Like how did stephanos city pasta like it. Whether u s open crowd was not with him. No nobody likes that. And i mean you can go back to novak. I don't know what your will it was but like inviting john mcenroe down from the booth and hitting with him. He's done so many things to try to be like. Hey i like you guys. Please like me back. And this was the moment where the crowd was like. We are ready. We are ready to love you. and it was. It was really poetic. Because there is no moment in novak djokovic his career he deserved more love than that moment after the ron that he had that he had made at this grand slam and in the final match. It wasn't going to happen but it was. It was such an incredible wrong. Yeah no again. You look forward to neo medvedev. Who as you mentioned gets over. The finish line holds at that five. Four game Does not face a break point in that game to get his first grand slam title. You look the atp media info some of the things he accomplishes. Obviously here's the list of grassland men's singles champion for a first time champion since two thousand five rafeh jovic del po. Murray stan tshilenge team deal medvedev. Eight guys since two thousand five. That's onless to be on. You look forward. He's a knife different. Us open men's champ in the last fourteen years You look at the locked by the way. Yeah that's right. By far the most of any of the slams the other there have only been four different men to win each in the last fourteen years and by the way that speak. Sue fourth grand slam on the calendar. Things are always going to get a little bit. Funky you look. He becomes the fifth or excuse me the third russian man to win a grand slam kafelnikov one to ninety six ninety nine staff into two thousand two thousand five now. You have to kneel medvedev as well. You look broadly than that mavrodi. Kanu become first pair. First grand slam singles champs at the same event since gaston gaudio and has an anastasia myskina at the two thousand. Four roland garros. Were you alive in two thousand four. I'm just kidding Diaper still now. You're offers that at little bit past that Last pair of first time. Grand slam champs at the us open with sampras and gabriela sabatini nineteen ninety you look of course for medvedev. He denies novak the calendar grand slam. He'd comes first man since rafa in two thousand ten seconds since lendl in eighty seven to drop only one set on way to the. Us open men's singles title. I mean again. Four deniro medvedev. This felt like a long time coming. Four masters titles on hardcourts year end finals on hardcourt that he was a champion of he'd made finals of the australian open finals of the us open just. Was this final hump getting over the finish line. In what was so impressive for him is that he was a front runner from start to finish..

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"mavrodi" Discussed on Radio Adventiste Béthanie Pétion-ville

Radio Adventiste Béthanie Pétion-ville

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"mavrodi" Discussed on Radio Adventiste Béthanie Pétion-ville

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"mavrodi" Discussed on Amazing FBA

Amazing FBA

15:49 min | 1 year ago

"mavrodi" Discussed on Amazing FBA

"You think improve it. And then it ex- i work with a client last week and she was like this was really eye-opening for me and i would have never done this if you hadn't pushed me to do it. And then now you can make an informed decision on who your audiences and then had a marketed at audience. But you didn't make it part of the dna of your business to continuously do to tech star person. You've probably heard. Paul graham from y combinator and he he would say talk to customers so everybody can talk to customers and it's free you can do it online to there's groups probably that always let facebook groups are really great weather facebook or not because i found him to be the most engaged groups and i can i answer questions in those groups. I contribute because it helps me. You can get a pulse on people by joining a group of that has an interest that you think your customers have like if i saw a pero where or our be looking at influencers that my audience likes amazon data. Get understand my customer. I would be looking for that interested. In what groups are an where they talk about this type stuff payroll passionate and see and looked at the information. And you're probably get some really good information and if you see somebody that looks like you might be a fit for dino woman asked them hey would you give your free t shirt or whatever if you act. Would you mind just sharing your widened like this. That there's a lot of ways you can get this information even amazon's holding onto the data. Was you know she definitely does absolutely. And this is great stuff. And by the way i can't i can't say enough of how how a with you. It's so it's so lazy to just to be fair. People are trained in being kind of very one track and then he he would on amazon behind the key. Word is what a person with a problem to solve more passion to feed one or the other and this is just normal. Human stuff that we've somehow we we we sort of park our humanity and start looking at data that we don't understand and have no crichton sometimes and that was how i was trained in this kind of insane so i love the fact that you emphasizing this. I think it's a very healthy thing. People sell on amazon. Even if you established to remember this human beings behind this data so these are the first so this this connections are avatar thing that you do step one. Validate your thesis steps. You understand your market facebook groups. One hundred percent agree. What's your step three in that sort of market offer right bill de offer right now because that information is going to inform how you build the offer and in the next step is how market to offer in alaska manage it right because there's activities that have to happen in each step of the process because your conversion or your concern funnels might have to adapt the languages copy because we should all remember whether it's amazon or social media. They are disclosed search engines. That all of us have access to to learn more about our customers and look at them like that it becomes more like it's a dual relationship instead of one sided because we can start. We can look at data. Our customers are searching on. Because you probably have it in your ads right. But they're probably using the same terms on twitter. I've done hashtags on amazon to find out what people complain about. Amazon were terms and i was able to get august data seeing what people complained about this one guy one on ten tweet rant about his amazon return issue. You know why he kept complaining. He said i kept centimeter package. Back over and over. And i got an extra item and i didn't want it but they finally but it took him ten times to keep it instead of keeping sending it over and over again so people are complaining about stuff. You can put amazon. because they're gonna use hashtags whatever. It is your product. What has to on it useful for your product elsewhere where you can get the data and you. You'll probably get some very insightful information. So amazing will so that is all about new customer. Really brilliant step choices just just to reiterate. 'cause this is really great and i don't want to miss this. Learn your customer. And i guess. The thesis isn't quite about the customers about the product kind of customer. So it's kind of 'cause my about validating offer to deliver the customer. That's really what it is right. Okay and step two is find your audience. Yeah and then finding audiences Obvious things we've talked about. You know who the influencers learning these different launches in thing you can get into some interesting things like what are their desires. What are their likes. What aspirations because we're all aspirational and then you can get to the next step. Which is you know you have your offer and you you become part of that community to engage with people who would care about what you offer and managing it and trying to make it better and better because my needs today are different than before cohen started and i have to always be in tune to what my customers needs. I can adapt to them. And that's what people will appreciate about. You amazing yeah well. This clean makes total sense. We'll keep generally we've the friction points. This is only one of the value customer so we thought about big on purpose. Not your customer about not knowing your data which kind of links him. So what's the fourth one of all of our freedom points or since we all of amazon wire day successful because they're the best that the business behind the business but we can do that too so the last one is knowing the business behind your business because that's the real business and those people who do that well will be will be very successful. So i'm big on that and understanding the processes that that are broken like we talked about before which is what things are gonna lead you to the goals that you want to establish if i say hey i want to go from a million dollars to five million. What are the three things you need that converts to make that happen and we need the bill processes that drive those activities. In what i what should i be focused on. What are the two things. I need to focus on every day to make that goal hap because there's an offer stuff that nobody sees but impact my customer and i need to build my tire business around serving my customer not about. My product is an extension of serving customers. Not my product is something i show right. Yeah like yeah. This is good big picture thinking stuff. I like it. I really think that the connected the customer avatar or knowing your customer is something that all people who've been setting for while and being rely on just data particularly but probably applies to a lesser degree. So those who sell vice file their insight. I think always good to revisit. Your customers clarity of purpose is something of people. I really feel that. That's one of the big differences between the doing sort of low seven figures and getting into the figures. I've noticed that there was a real or re built a seven figure business. I sold seven two and a half years. The reason that went so quickly. I think one of the reasons above news. Your thing of luck and timing was total cousy purpose so i think these these things actually show up. I think the more advanced the businesses the more urgent these please prices out is not an alternative to get in your inventory sources and we've got a small business owners of courses. We wear too many hats. And we've got deal with being the chief operations officer and the chief branding officer and the chief marketing officer and the chief product development and it gets hard to do. But i i think as you say you got three. Things are big picture achieve daily things that really matter. That's a really robust style. Important just suggested so. That's also going to help us to just actually do it rather than just think i should do. Ten million things by just for like this. Is the problem breath. So impact is all about impact. So i mean i i constantly audit that myself so i what i would just say to. People do things for the next look at things in ninety day or a hundred eighty days cycles and break it up into small. What do you need to do to get to that. That benchmark and worried about the other stuff second right because those are things that will produce results so we always have to just like as you grow your business. You need different resources and always remember. There's resources out there whether you liked or dislike five or at work or any tools. Think about the things that you can offloaded. You're probably doing it because you started the business. Uniter lebanon going to and then if you say if i'm working on this what is my time worth. You need to put a value on your time dollar value and then now is much easier to say what should and shouldn't be doing. So if if your timing your business is worth three hundred dollars. An hour or maybe. I shouldn't be working on this spreadsheet that i feel so in love with right so yes i can specifically visualized in my mind's eye i'd be saying that's you next week. Probably because know one of the people to be fair when the people who says well i spend my life being in spreadsheet. She's the cfo for business. She is consciously looking for somebody to take that on the got a coo operations officer. And she's aware of it and now into the paint of actually off loading and but at least you know. She's she's she's made that big leap of of gotta do this. Gotta get off my plate. But i think there's a process that we all need like becoming hughes's revenue per employee majid. Divide total number employees by your revenue per employee right. So you could do a simple math like that is my revenue for the year or my expected designee staff. I think i'm gonna have the headcount month and go right. You've kind of figured it out and then just use a simple you divide and in nets. That's what you're worth a month. So what should you be doing. Focus on those goals. That are really gonna help you create more jobs or wrote a business to the level you want or help more people. There's different ways to measure. You can measure it around purpose. You can measure in dollars whatever your metric is and then help us technology and these what i call productized services to help off load some of the things that you could help you reach. Those goals is not how much it costs is how much it helps you make a hard grand cardinal save at once i really stuck with me. I'm not i don't care what's it costs. What is our life. I spend a million and i make tim millions the million worth it. Yes yeah as long. As an affordable proposition probe different might be five hundred bucks. My be one hundred bucks a month but think if you think in terms of Everything comes down to time and money so we look at it just from those two lenses. Where should i spend my time and western. I helped me make money to help because you can't help you. You can't hire more people if you're not making more money so if you want to impact your community or whatever than we have to heat these goals you can do is just look at it in a very simple way and don't overcomplicate it. 'cause complication means you don't start true yet very wise advice and i'm getting complicating things so thank you so final thing just to remember to mention of obviously ovals over the al z. You'll business and just remind us what you guys do. And how that fits into today's discussion. Sure so we are focused as the business behind a business. We have our software tool that checks for free software to their checks for tory areas. So you don't have to so we want to help alleviate that manual effort save you time. Save you money so you can focus on the things that matter to you craig. That's perfect and what i really like about discussions mavrodi's that you got a very specific tool that deals with a really huge problem with inventory management or huge opportunity putting way you look at it. Most people are conscious of a problem. I think the ones with anyway until two and have had the issue to a degree myself in boston but also yet the bigger picture and the fact that everything is part of that big picture and and really up. What i'm getting from us. That would serve as all serving customers having purpose purposes of big world view. And i think those are really refreshing words to here in this sort of very dog. Eat dog world of e-commerce. So i think he's going to be just insanely like he's going to be like it's been times tionna over the next few years judge by the level of competition coming onto the platforms. The nice kind of counterintuitive. Truth that you'll giving his having really clear purpose not only means you literally actually do care about seeing other than you'll competition shaving you know adult hair day of your price and cutting profits to nothing which is obviously a horrible experience. We've had him. We'll continue to have if we don't catch me but the solution to that easel so kind of more human driven than just money's like actually having a purpose as she carrying about something turns out is also the way to make more profit. Which i think is a lovely thing to find because sometimes you find their nasty truths in business right. I think what you'll bring is alternately. A very uplifting message really for me. It's like okay so actually carrying about stuff is gonna make me wealthier as well. That's really cool. So that i love that message is really really positive thing and the other question that i should've asked you that i didn't know i would. I would just leave a closing thought more. So i'm a big fan of just basil's you know just from. He started in a garage to what he just he's accomplished. But we all can create our own little dream. If we care about people. I so i would just encourage people whatever you know. Zig ziglar had this queen. If i help you reach your goals. She'll help me reach mine. And we keep that focus. I think we'll have more successful small businesses and we're happy customers and small business can become bigger in the retail space. Because we don't want. We love big box brands. But we want our fair share too. So i would just beautiful words. Yeah great closing cop. Follow down so marvin just reminds me to say thank you so much for. Come on the thank you for having me. Thanks for listening to the alexi. Podcast part of the family of amazing fda podcasts. Today's episode is sponsored by the new e commerce. Podcast the ecommerce leader. The podcast is hosted by yours. Truly and jason miles multi-million dollar shop. 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