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198: Creating Your Best Life – Featured Interview with Caroline Miller, MAPP

Author, Speaker, and Owner of Caroline Miller Coaching

Caroline Adams Miller and Bill Ringle discuss goal setting and achievement in depth for the benefit of small business leaders.

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Top Take-Aways from this Interview

  • What it means to be a goal setter.
  • The importance of environment when it comes to unlocking abilities.

  • The formula for developing grit, and why some people never do.

  • How to train Millennial employees in the workplace to learn course correction.

  • Understanding the Losada line and why teams benefit from psychological safety.

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Caroline is one of the world’s leading positive psychology experts on Goals & Grit ™. She’s spent more than 30 years helping individuals, leaders, and companies to cultivate grit, one of the top indicators of success. Caroline is the author of six books including Getting Grit (Sounds True 2017), Creating Your Best Life (Sterling 2009), Positively Caroline (Cogent 2013), and My Name is Caroline (Doubleday 1988). Live Happy Magazine named Creating Your Best Life one of the top 10 goal setting books ever published and Getting Grit one of the 10 books that would change your life in 2017. Caroline’s work has been featured in media around the world including BBC World News, The New York Times, The Washington Post, NBC, NPR, and CNN.

Angela Duckworth, the winner of the 2013 MacArthur Genius grant for her research on grit, said of Caroline: “I don't know anybody who has thought more than [Caroline] about how to apply the scientific research on grit and achievement to our own lives!"

Caroline’s TEDx Talk “The Moments That Make Champions” explores the three things that we can choose to do differently to improve our chances of developing grit. Caroline has worked with clients around the world, including Morgan Stanley, Lululemon, The Wharton School/UPENN, RE/MAX, Booz Allen, Young Presidents’ Organization, Harvard Law School, and Swisse Wellness.

Caroline has a Masters of Applied Positive Psychology from the University of Pennsylvania and graduated magna cum laude from Harvard. She is a top-ranked Masters Swimmer in multiple events, has a black belt in Hapkido and has more than three decades of unbroken recovery from bulimia.

For more information, visit Caroline Miller's website.

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Web address: http://www.carolinemiller.com/

Travels from: Washington, DC

Phone: (214) 543-0844

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Do More with Less with Essentialist Greg McKeown

Today I want you to learn from Greg McKeown, the bestselling author of Essentialism: The Disciplined Pursuit of Less, who believes that the key to success has nothing to do with having more, but doing more with less. But wait, doesn’t success mean more business, more clients, and more of the work you want to be doing?

Greg McKeown says no. Instead, the idea is to pare down what you’re doing to that which is most essential, focusing your efforts on prioritizing things that you’re doing that will bring about the best results.

“The undisciplined pursuit of more does not produce the freedom, the joy, the results that people are promised.”

On this episode of My Quest for the Best we’re sharing this interview with Greg, who’s teaching us how to stop being so busy and start focusing on the essential. 

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In this interview, Greg also discusses time management and how to make trade-offs to do less of what you don’t need to be doing, to do more of what you should be doing – and spend less time doing it!

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You can keep up with Greg McKeown and his work by following him on Twitter or checking out his website. 


Bill Ringle, Host and executive producer of My Quest for the Best, a top 50 business podcast on iTunes.

My Quest for the Best (https://www.myQuestForTheBest.com) is the podcast where ambitious small business leaders discover strategies and tactics to unlock their growth potential. Check out the nearly 200 thought-provoking and business enriching interviews now available, and subscribe so that you get notified when new ones are posted. You can also recommend exciting business and thought leaders to be guests on the show!

197: Essentialism: The Disciplined Pursuit of Less. Featured Interview with Greg McKeown

Greg McKeown, New York Times Bestseller, Speaker

Greg McKeown and Bill Ringle discuss the philosophy and practice of essentialism as it applies to leadership and life outside the office.

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Top 3 Take-Aways from this Interview

  • How Gandhi’s essentialist mindset allowed him to be so present with his grandson despite massive pressure and social responsibilities.
  • The essentialist approach in three stages: 1) Explore and Evaluate. 2) Eliminate. 3) Execute.
  • Why the reality of entrepreneurship is often different from the goal of it, and what entrepreneurs can do to avoid being stretched too thin by applying these principles.

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Originally from London, England, Greg McKeown is the author of the New York  bestseller, “Essentialism: The Disciplined Pursuit of Less” and the founder of McKeown, Inc, a company with a mission to teach Essentialism to people around the world. Their clients include Adobe, Apple, Airbnb, Cisco, Google, Facebook, Pixar, Salesforce.com, Symantec, Twitter, VMware, and Yahoo!.

McKeown has spoken to hundreds of audiences around the world including in Australia, Bulgaria, Canada, China, England, Holland, India, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Norway, Singapore, South Africa, and the United States. His writing has appeared or been covered by Fast Company, Fortune, HuffPost, Politico, and Inc. Magazine and Harvard Business Review. He has also been interviewed on television and radio shows including NPR, NBC, and the Steve Harvey Show.

In 2012 he was named a Young Global Leader by the World Economic Forum. McKeown now lives in Silicon Valley with his wife and their four children. He earned an MBA from Stanford University.

For more about Greg McKeown and his work, please visit his website at www.gregmckeown.com

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Web address: www.gregmckeown.com

Travels from: San Francisco, CA

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Yes is the Answer – Interview with Cameron Mitchell

Owner of Cameron Mitchell Restaurants 

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Cameron Mitchell, entrepreneur and businessman, graduated from the Culinary Institute of America when he was 22 years old. Since then, he has developed 18 different restaurant concepts, including Mitchell’s Fish Market and Mitchell’s Steakhouse, a total of 22 restaurants, that were sold to Ruth’s Hospitality Group for $92 million in 2008.

To this day, Cameron Mitchell Restaurants remains independent and privately held recognizing over $300 million in combined annual revenue from its food service operations consisting of 60 restaurants, Cameron Mitchell Premier Events, The Budd Dairy Food Hall and its sister company, The Rusty Bucket Restaurant and Tavern. Mitchell has built CMR around the philosophy, “The answer is yes. What is the question?” It’s a simple statement that serves as the backbone of how the company identifies itself as “great people delivering genuine hospitality.”

For more about Cameron Mitchell, visit his website.

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Web address: https://cameronmitchell.com/

Travels from: Austin, TX

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196: The Prosperous Leader – Interview with Jacob M Engel

Jacob Engel, Founder of Yeda LLC

Bill Ringle and Jacob M Engel discuss key skills and traits for the Prosperous Leader.

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Top Take-Aways from this Interview

  • Jacob backed into the realization that business owners needed coaching and support after he was asked by his community to offer them some guidance during the financial crisis.
  • Jacob’s father’s 10 Commandments of good business
  • Smartphones are often used to isolate and distract ourselves, rather than connecting and communicating.
  • Why it’s important to be proactive, rather than reactive, about your business
  • How to set more ambitious goals

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Jacob’s leadership and training organization, Yeda LLC (Yeda” in Hebrew means knowledge), founded in 2010, gives seminars and courses to entrepreneurs and business owners. He is passionate about helping entrepreneurs and business owners succeed in their businesses. His mission is to empower leaders and managers by giving them the knowledge to change and helping them implement those changes in their organizations.

Jacob is a Certified Myers Briggs evaluator, Certified 7 Habits for highly effective people facilitator, Certified Positive Psychology coach. He has trained with Roy Cammarano, author and consultant, on his Entrepreneurial Transitions theory.

Previously Jacob was the COO of a 200MM family food and real estate enterprise. Jacob is the author of The Prosperous Leader – How Smart People Achieve Success. 

For more about Jacob M Engel, visit his website.

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Web address: www.theprosperousleader.com

Travels from: Monsey, NY

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Find Your Hyperfocus with Chris Bailey

It’s our 200th episode of My Quest for the Best, and we’re excited to share a special interview with Chris Bailey, author of Hyperfocus. 

Today I want you to learn from Chris Bailey, a focus expert who believes that your ability to control your attention is directly related to the quality of your life. Essentially, the more disciplined you are in your focus, the more successful you’ll be.

But how do we achieve this level of focus? Lucky for us, Chris has some great ideas.

“Our minds are so complex, we have to understand them because they’re the mechanism by which we run companies, by which we run our lives and make decisions.”

On this episode of My Quest for the Best we’re sharing this interview with Chris, who’s teaching us how to become hyperfocused, and channel that disciplined attention to our benefit. 

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In this interview, Chris also discusses the importance of creating space for your mind to wander. A wandering mind is one that’s open to new ideas and innovation, but we have to create that space ourselves.

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You can keep up with Chris Bailey and his work by following him on Twitter or checking out his website. 

Bill Ringle, Host and executive producer of My Quest for the Best, a top 50 business podcast on iTunes.

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Become a Go-Giver Influencer with Bob Burg

Today I want you to learn from Bob Burg, who believes the most important thing to be in sales is a Go-Giver, a person who always looks to give value to others, because only by giving value to others will you be able to gain value for yourself. You have to become a Go-Giver, adjust your perspective, and then you’ll start seeing results.

It may seem counterintuitive, but the results speak for themselves!

“This is really the key: shifting your focus from getting to giving.”

On this episode of My Quest for the Best we’re sharing this motivational interview with Bob Burg, who’s teaching us how to shift our focus from getting to giving, and truly become a Go-Giver. 

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In this interview, Bob also discusses how to attract the kinds of people who will help you reach your goals, and he doesn’t just mean clients, but also mentors.

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You can keep up with Bob Burg and his work by following him on Twitter or checking out his website. 

 

Bill Ringle, Host and executive producer of My Quest for the Best, a top 50 business podcast on iTunes.

My Quest for the Best (https://www.myQuestForTheBest.com) is the podcast where ambitious small business leaders discover strategies and tactics to unlock their growth potential. Check out the nearly 200 thought-provoking and business enriching interviews now available, and subscribe so that you get notified when new ones are posted. You can also recommend exciting business and thought leaders to be guests on the show!

195: The Fabulous F Words of Business Ownership – Interview with Fabi Preslar

Fabi Preslar, President of SPARK Publications

Bill Ringle and Fabi Preslar discuss several F-words that are germane to guiding, enlightening, and enriching the business owner's journey.

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Top Take-Aways from this Interview

  • Why books are not the “money makers” of a business plan.
  • How authors working with SPARK Publications have used a book to build their platform successfully.

  •  How to recognize what your audience wants from you.

  • The fabulous F-Words of Business Ownership – so much more than you expect!

  • The questions entrepreneurs stuck in a rut should be asking themselves.

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Fabi Preslar is the owner and president of SPARK Publications, a national, award-winning, custom design firm specializing in niche magazines and independently published books. Her firm’s publications enhance credibility and distinction – enabling individuals and organizations to thrive and excel.  Preslar was named 2017 Woman Business Owner of the Year by the National Association of Women Business Owners – Charlotte Chapter, and the firm was honored as the 2018 First-Generation Family Business of the Year by the Charlotte Business Journal.

For more about Fabi Preslar, go to her website.

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Web address: SPARKpublications.com 

Travels from: Charlotte, NC

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194: Consulting Success – Featured Interview with Michael Zipursky

Michael Zipursky, Co-founder of Consulting Success

Bill Ringle and Michael Zipursky discuss the mindset and methods that lead to consulting success.

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Top Take-Aways from this Interview

  • How Michael and his partner Sam were able to see and solve a problem in their community by starting Consulting Success.
  • The prerequisites for making the transition from part-time to full-time consultant.
  • The traits of the most effective consultants.
  • How having conversations can connect you to your ideal clients.
  • Why technology is often a detriment to a consulting practice. 

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Michael has consulted for organizations and advised leaders throughout North America, Europe, Asia, Africa, Australia and the Middle East in over 30 industries, from service providers to billion dollar multi-national corporations including Panasonic, Dow Jones, Financial Times, Royal Bank and many others. Michael is an in-demand speaker and gives keynotes and workshops for the Certified Management Consultants Association, Canadian Internet Marketing Conference, Social Media Camp and others.

Michael’s work has appeared in MarketingProfsHuffington Post, Financial Times, FOX Business, Maclean's, HR Executive, Business Edge, Marketing Magazine and in several other media and publications. He is the author of 5 books including Profitable Relations: How to Dramatically Increase Your Profits By Giving Customers What They Really Want, the Consulting Success System: How to Become a Successful Consultant, and the Masters of Consulting Interviews. Michael speaks English and Japanese and loves traveling, jazz music, wines and foods of the world, and spending time with his family. 

For more information, visit Michael Zipursky's website.

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Web address: https://www.consultingsuccess.com

Travels from: Vancouver, Canada

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Achieve Consulting Success with Michael Zipursky

Today I want you to learn from Michael Zipursky, who’s sure that the secret to being a great consultant is getting out from behind technology and having real conversations with people. For consultants, technology should be used as a tool, not as the sole means of reaching your ideal clients.

Reaching ideal clients is the key to consulting success, and it starts with conversations!

“If I were to encourage people to do one thing and one thing alone, it would be to have conversations.”

On this episode of My Quest for the Best we’re sharing this interview with Michael Zipursky, who’s teaching us how to locate and connect with our ideal clients in a way that will build trust and engagement. 

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In this interview, Michael also gives us some insight into how to make the transition from a part-time to a full-time consultant, and how to know when to make the leap.

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You can keep up with Michael Zipursky and his work with Consulting Success by following him on Twitter or checking out his website. 

 

Bill Ringle, Host and executive producer of My Quest for the Best, a top 50 business podcast on iTunes.

My Quest for the Best (https://www.myQuestForTheBest.com) is the podcast where ambitious small business leaders discover strategies and tactics to unlock their growth potential. Check out the nearly 200 thought-provoking and business enriching interviews now available, and subscribe so that you get notified when new ones are posted. You can also recommend exciting business and thought leaders to be guests on the show!

193: The Go-Giver – Featured Interview with Bob Burg

Bob Burg, Speaker, Bestselling Author

Bill Ringle and Bob Burg discuss what it means to be a Go-Giver Influencer.

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  • What it means to be a Go-Giver. 
  • The difference between intrinsic and extrinsic value
  • Why it’s so important for salespeople to be in control of their emotions 
  • The five elements of value 
  • The right way to develop a mentor-protege relationship

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Bob Burg is a sought-after speaker at company leadership and sales conferences on topics at the core of the Go-Giver books. A former television personality and top-producing salesperson, Bob has shared the platform with some of today’s top business leaders, broadcast personalities, coaches, athletes, and political leaders, including a former U.S. president.

In addition to coauthoring the bestselling Go-Giver books with John David Mann, Bob has authored a number of popular books, including the critically acclaimed, Endless Referrals: Network Your Everyday Contacts Into Sales and Adversaries into Allies. His total book sales are well over a million copies.

The American Management Association named Bob one of the 30 Most Influential Leaders and he is one of Inc.’s 100 Great Leadership Speakers. Richtopia named him one of the Top 200 Most Influential Authors in the World.

Bob is an advocate, supporter, and defender of the free enterprise system and believes that the amount of money one makes is directly proportional to how many people one serves. He is also an unapologetic animal fanatic, and served on the board of directors of Furry Friends Adoption & Clinic in his hometown of Jupiter, Florida. For more information, articles and free resources, please visit www.burg.com.

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Web address: www.burg.com

Travels from: Jupiter, Florida

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The 4-Step Process on How to Be a Successful Quitter – Interview with Dr. Stanley G. Robertson

The Quit Doctor

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People who quit are often ridiculed and shamed and “quit” has become a dirty word. But without the ability to quit, it is impossible to achieve success. No one knows this better than Dr. Stan. He has achieved great success by quitting. He quit being a Senior Tax Accountant to become a Corporate Controller. He quit being a Corporate Controller to become a Deputy Director. Then he quit being a Deputy Director to become a Chief Financial Officer. Dr. Stan holds a Bachelor’s Degree, a Law Degree, and a Doctorate Degree. He has become know as “The Quit Doctor” because of his relentless determination to heal the world of the stigma and shame associated with the concept of quitting. He is the author of the book Quit: The Last Principle of Success. He is also a coach, trainer and speaker.

For more about Dr. Stanley G. Robertson visit his website.

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Web address: www.thequitdoctor.com

Travels from: Chicago, Illinois

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Unicornomics – Interview with Damion Lupo

Bestselling Author, Host of Transformation Nation

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Best Selling Author in personal finance and money thinking, host of the Transformation Nation podcast, owner of 30+ companies and founder of his own martial art – Yokido ® Damion outrightly rejects regret and speaks to it as the ultimate life failure. He has a unique approach to living a full-filled life by breaking rules and making more mistakes, faster, than the competition – his key to success.

Playing by a different set of rules, he even bought his first rental house with a VISA, a move that snowballed into owning 150 rental houses in 7 states in less than 5 years. In 2008 he lost the entire $20 million but recreated his wealth and reinvented his life over 4 transformational years.

Today he leads 3 global companies with one unified mission – to Free People from Money Bondage.

For more about Damion Lupo, visit his website.

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Web address: www.damionlupo.com

Travels from: Phoenix, AZ

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192: Subscription Marketing – Featured Interview with Anne Janzer

Anne Janzer, Author, Consultant

Bill Ringle and Anne Janzer discuss subscription marketing strategies for nurturing customers in a world of churn.

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Top Take-Aways from this Interview

  • Subscription models fundamentally shape the way customers see companies and brands.
  • Why subscription models are more than just transactions, they’re relationships.
  • The phenomenon of Super-Users and why every company should seek them out and cultivate them.
  • How Adobe changed the game by being among the first to adopt a successful subscription model, despite financial media criticism.
  • What companies with a subscription model can do to sustain a customer’s trust long term. 

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As a writer and marketer, Anne Janzer has worked with more than 100 technology companies. In 2015, inspired by the changes she saw happening in the software industry around her and their potential ramifications for marketers, she wrote the book Subscription Marketing: Strategies for Nurturing Customers in a World of Churn. That book is now in its second edition and has been published in Japanese and Korean languages.

For more about Anne Janzer, visit her website.

Contact Info for Anne Janzer

Web address: www.annejanzer.com 

Travels from: Mountain View, CA

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The 1-Page Marketing Plan- Interview with Allan Dib

Speaker, Bestselling Author

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Allan Dib is a serial entrepreneur, rebellious marketer, and technology expert. He has started multiple businesses in industries including IT, telecommunications, and marketing.

Allan grew his business from startup to Business Review Weekly (BRW)’s “One of Australia’s Fastest Growing Companies” – earning a spot in the coveted BRW Fast 100 list in four years time. Allan is passionate about helping businesses find new and innovative ways to leverage technology and marketing to facilitate rapid business growth. As a highly sought after business coach, consultant and public speaker, he frequently shares his proven strategies and cutting-edge tactics with people all over the world.

For more about Allan Dib, visit his website.

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Web address: www.successwise.com

Travels from:  Mount Martha, Victoria, Australia

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