On this week's Deep Dive, Brook Borup of My Clone Solution join in again with Snappy Dee to explore the hypothesis that coaches, consultants, and entrepreneurs, can get more done by combining complementary tasks to save time.
When it comes to validating your idea for an online course, there's a right way and a wrong way to do it. In this episode of The Deep Dives Lab, Snappy Dee reports on a conversation he has with expert course creator, Hazel June, on what it means to thoroughly validate your course idea before bringing it to market.
This is indeed what the online guru’s won’t tell you…
With so much education available online these days, all the gurus telling you how to make it online, there are some things you should know to avoid getting taken advantage of. With neraly 200 clients and a growing team of virtual powerhouse assistants, Brook Borup is an expert in the virtual space and we dive into how to avoid common pitfalls if you’re an independent consultant/contractor, trainer or freelancer.
We also talk about some amazing tools, Brook is always on the cutting edge of what’s out there to make things easier for you online and she goes through some great tools for you to be more effective online.
Launching a beta test comes along with a very unique set of challenges.
If you want to learn about what it's like to be in the fray, listen to this episode of how Nick is launching the Real Accountable platform and how he is (or is not) doing it productively. There are ton of productivity nuggets in here that you can learn from listening to his story and experience.
So are you ready for some REAL accountability? Why does accountability not work in the early stages of Entrepreneurship? Because you need an employee and a boss and early stage Entrepreneurs who are solo have to be both so who holds who accountable?
That is why this new program, Real Accountable, is going to be the new norm for those early-stage solopreneurs, they will take that "boss" role to our founders and hold them accountable to processes like an employee. It's a crazy concept, create a business for yourself where you are the actual boss but you need to actually be the employee and outsource for that "boss" role.
I've never done anything like this before and it's scary...
I want you to first learn how not to start your business by listening to my story. The Make it Snappy Productivity Show is transforming into a documentary of how productive or unproductive I can be at building something out of nothing. What you'll hear is happening real time, for you to follow along. We’re building my company, RealAccountable.com from scratch, and I want you there with me every step of the way.
Dr. “Let it Flow” Clem Harrod and I decided to do a co-interview today with our guest, serial entrepreneur, husband, father and computer scientist, Mr. Tom Sylvester. Tom’s the founder of SerialStartups.co, among several other businesses, including a real estate firm and wine/liquor store, that he and his wife Ariana own and operate out of the Rochester, New York area.
So Clem and I talk with Tom in depth about the idea of failing fast and how productive this can be for new businesses: we share stories and talk about what it’s like to do it all, the RIGHT way, with a family by your side. We present to you Clem and I’s interview with Tom Sylvester.
"What's the one action you took that yielded the biggest results for you in terms of validating an idea?"
I was blown away by the high levels of insight I received in response to this question. This episode of The Make it Snappy Productivity Show gives you first-hand experiences of how to test and validate your business idea without wasting a lot of time and money.
Don’t lie…have you abandoned your New Year’s resolutions already?
Well you’re not alone...
Nazach and I touch on New Year’s resolutions and some of the pitfalls people fall victim to in not following through. We also dig into some solutions for how we've overcome them in the Snapp house. The biggest pitfall? Lack of accountability!
Whether you’re an entrepreneur or not you need it…you need it bad.