Here’s my resume and a box of donuts.

Here’s my resume and a box of donuts.

  1. Can I buy one book and copy the worksheets to teach my classes?
  2. How can I connect with influential people?
  3. How can I get maximum value from attending a conference?
  4. Do these corny ideas with resumes really work?
  5. How many hours should I spend coaching clients now that I have a full-time coaching business?

tweet-graphic-75px“Imagination is everything. It is the preview of life’s coming attractions.” ― Albert Einstein

Show Notes:

Episode – 10-14-16

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Summary:

In this episode of the 48 Days Podcast, Dan stresses the importance of standing out in the crowd. Listen to learn how everyone can make themselves notices no matter the perceived limitations, how you can create and keep relationships with influential people, and how you can keep your side business with a full work schedule.

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Time Stamped Show Notes:

  • 00:30 – Preview of Today’s Show: Here’s my resume and a box of donuts
    • Can I buy one book and copy the worksheets to teach my classes?
    • How can I connect with influential people?
    • How can I get maximum value from attending a conference?
    • Do these corny ideas with resumes really work?
    • How many hours should I spend coaching clients now that I have a full-time coaching business?
    • “Imagination is everything. It is the preview of life’s coming attractions.” – Albert Einstein
  • 02:00 – Dan has a new 4-part video series addressing issues about starting a coaching business
  • 02:37 – Coaching with Excellence – January 12-13, 2017
  • 03:32 – harrys.com/48Days– sign up now to get your FREE trial set and post shave balm!
  • 04:53 – Tim & Debbie Bishop’s great new book – Wheels of Wisdom: Life Lessons for the Restless Spirit Edit: (06/06/2017) link to book no longer valid
  • 05:49 – Adam Suter’s “My First Book for Idea Addicts”– free on Kindle
  • 06:20 – Dr. Clark Gaither’s “The Graduate’s Handbook: Your No-Nonsense Guide for What Comes Next
  • 07:01 – Dan is doing videos now for the new 48 Days seminar series
  • 07:38 – Join 48 Days’ thursday night open groups at 48Days
  • 08:36 – PAX Financial– for the free gift Ten Effective Strategies to Build a Money Legacy Within Your Grandchildren.  Just go to http://paxfinancialgroup.com/48Days
  • 09:49 – Dan’s friend Kari on Rank and File is looking for a business partner
  • 11:03 – Dan shares his friend’s story with humanitarian causes
  • 13:15 – Taking people who are struggling and helping them get a start
  • 13:52 – Dan thinks why not do these humanitarian causes in his local area
  • 14:22 – Dan met up with some friends for the women released from Tennessee prison
  • 15:56 – Dan needs an incubator director. Email your questions to AskDan
  • 16:56 – Email from Jeremy: I spent the past month developing a course about car flipping that will teach somebody who knows nothing to be a successful car flipper
    • 17:56 – How much he should charge for the course
    • 18:29 – Nothing is written in stone. Test it.
  • 19:48 –I’m moving towards starting a part-time tutoring business in reading…Can I buy one book and copy the worksheets to teach my classes?
    • 21:11 – Dan on copyrighting laws
    • 23:51 – Dan bought 87 physical copies for everyone in his mastermind group
    • 24:49 – Don’t push the line with copyright law
  • 25:10 – Chris asks: How can I connect with influential people?
    • 26:23 – Dan’s tips on connecting with influential people
    • 27:25 – You need to develop a relationship before asking a favor
    • 28:02 – Give, give, give, then ask
  • 28:07 – Jeff talks about connecting with Michael Hyatt
  • 29:25 – How Dan connected with Darren Hardy
  • 31:02 – Question from Charles: How can I get maximum value from attending a conference?
    • 32:20 – Dan’s extensive notes are done by Mike Rossi and his team at Mallard Creatives
    • 32:33 – 10 Things to Do to Get Maximum Value on a Conference – Episode aired on March 4, 2016 – Title: My Son Told Me He Hates My Job –27:42 Timestamp
      • List the 3 speakers you want to meet and why
      • Attend with someone just as interested as learning
      • Craft your elevator speech
      • Have 50 business cards with your elevator speech on the back
      • Be early and talk to other attendees
      • Take 12 pre-stamped postcards to use as thank you cards
      • Create a list of notes and questions as you listen
      • Make at least two introductions per day between attendees
      • Identify 5 new people you want to stay in touch with
      • Thank the speakers for sharing valuable insights
    • 33:05 – Dan will speak aboutSocial Media Marketing World on March 22-24th in San Diego
    • 35:10 – How Dan’s cards look like
    • 36:45 – The biggest value comes from people who you are meeting there
  • 38:42 – Ryan’s note: Do these corny ideas with resumes really work?
    • 39:40 – It works
    • 40:01 – Marketing is where people will expect you to catch attention
    • 40:24 – It’s not that difficult to put yourself on top of the pack
    • 40:45 – Dan’s story on his application on a commission-only sales position
  • 42:42 – Check out carrot.fm – an app that lets you video chat with people who have the expertise you need
  • 43:35 – Question from Scott: How many hours should I spend coaching clients now that I have a full-time coaching business?
    • 45:13 – Spend 4 hours equally on: gathering information, creating content, working directly with clients, and marketing and building your reputation
    • 46:12 – People tend to have a roller coaster in their businesses
    • 47:22 – 10 hours working with clients is enough
    • 49:03 – Have your core message and take that to expand
  • 49:34 – Don’t forget Coaching with Excellence– January 12-13, 2017
  • 50:06 – Dan closes today’s podcast

3 Key Points:

  1. Build a relationship first before asking for a favor.
  2. Give value so you can get value in return.
  3. There are a lot of ways to make yourself standout from the crowd.

 

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Credits:

  • Show Notes provided by Mallard Creatives

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