Episode Thirty Four Features My First 5 Guests Imparting Wisdom and What They Have Learned
My Key Takeaways:
I was extremely lucky to get the following guests as my first five interviews:
Lise Cartwright - Human Design and Kindle Publishing
Aaron Walker - Christian Masterminds
Stephen Key - Product Design and inventRight
Robert Morales - Traveling Robert of YouTube
Mitche Graf - 6 Star Customer Service
In this episode:
- Lise Cartwright talks about overcoming the urge to over complicate her business.
- Lise Cartwright shares the mindfulness technique that she uses and how she applies it to her life and business.
- Aaron Walker shares the saying that his Mom taught him early on.
- Aaron Walker espouse that everything is figure-out-able.
- Aaron Walker explains the meaning behind the name of his Mastermind, Iron Sharpens Iron and its relationship to the Bible.
- Aaron Walker shares why he thinks Masterminds can help us and why he thinks that we are designed to be in community with one another.
- Stephen Key related a story about how he didn't know how to create a pattern but soon learned reinforcing the idea that everything is figure-out-able.
- Stephen Key shares the story of how Teddy Ruxpin got clothes and what that meant for Worlds Of Wonder's bottom line.
- Stephen Key shared the advice that his Dad gave him and how he applied it.
- Stephen Key talks about what the word failure means to him.
- Robert Morales discusses how an author that died over a century ago still influences him today.
- Robert Morales shares how much effort he puts in to each video to make them look amazing.
- Robert Morales went on to share how he monetizes each video on YouTube.
- Robert Morales encourages us that it is never to late to find your passion and to start pursuing it.
- Mitche Graf shares his definition of Work-Life balance.
- Mitche Graf goes on to discuss how he learned to brand at an early age and how we can use it to differentiate ourselves from competitors.
- Mitche Graf reminds us to spend money on things that will improve the customer experience and not extraneous stuff that we might think that we need.