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34: Ugly Mug Marketing with the Founder Wayne Mullins

Courage Collective

What a fabulous conversation with the one and only Wayne Mullins. He is a generous caring and gentle soul and I am most grateful I was able to interview him. Please find out more about what he is doing in the world: https://www.uglymugmarketing.com--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/couragecollective/message

32mins

28 Apr 2021

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LIFT Your Story with Wayne Mullins Founder & CEO of Ugly Mug Marketing

LIFT Your Story

What a great name for a company!  It stands out!In this podcast Wayne shares why they chose the name, and we discussed the changes in Advertising and Marketing over the years.Culture is a very important part of his business strategy, along with culture.  Wayne shares some of those structures with us.Best of all Wayne speaks to what is truly important in life and gives us what he has learned it "magical".Thank you Wayne for this.You can find out more about Wayne and Ugly Mug Marketing at https://www.uglymugmarketing.com.More about Wayne:Wayne Mullins is the founder and CEO of Ugly Mug Marketing. Over the past 20  years, he has scaled multiple companies and helped hundreds of entrepreneurs  do the same with their companies.  Ugly Mug Marketing has won the praises of some of the leading influencers in the  business world, such as, Chris Voss (New York Times Best Selling Author of Never Split the Difference), Neil Patel (Founder of QuickSprout & Kissmetrics), and Ari Weinzweig (Co-Founder of Zingerman’s). Wayne’s work directly influences more  than one hundred thousand entrepreneurs annually through his blog, books, and training programs. Wayne has personally worked with clients in over 100 industries - from every corner of the globe. And through his books and training  programs, Wayne directly influences more than a quarter million entrepreneurs  each year.#entrepreneurmind #succeeding #entrepreneurspirit #successminded #inspiration #change #education #lifelessons #buzzsprout #podcast #podcasting #Spotify #GooglePodcast #TuneIn #stitcher #ApplePodcast #iHeartRadio #Pandora #PodcastAddict #Podchaser #Deezer #Listennotes #Overcast #Pocketcast #Castro #CastPost #iamthatgal #liftyourstory #liftyourstorypodcast #thatgalwiththatguy #uglymugmarketing #waynemullins #advertising #marketingSupport the show (https://paypal.me/iamthatgal)Free Book with any $20+ Podcast Support Make Up Not Required - How to Brand the TRUE You by LaurieAnn & Contribution by Roy MillerBE A GUEST/FIND A GUEST Start for Free! PODMATCH is innovative, provides easy communication and dashboard scheduling! My pick of the month!Buzzsprout - Let's get your podcast launched! Start for FREEDisclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.

30mins

23 Apr 2021

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29 Ugly Mug Marketing | Wayne Mullins

Peace With The Process Podcast

What goes on at the foundation of a great company? What is it that sets us apart? We discuss marketing but we mostly dive even deeper into what it means to lead. Join Wayne and I on today’s episode!

1hr 9mins

13 Apr 2021

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Ugly Marketing with Wayne Mullins

The Top Youth Business Podcast

On this weeks episode of the Entrepreneurial Youth, Chase talks to marketing expert Wayne Mullins about marketing that gets results over perfect marketing that delays projects. On this episode you'll hear about the strategies to define your perfect audience and the mindset you need to make it in the marketing industry.  Contact Wayne: https://www.linkedin.com/in/fireyourself/ Podcast Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/theentrepreneurialyouth/?hl=en Credit to Bensound for the Creative Minds Music!

43mins

5 Apr 2021

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Find The Right Time Management Strategy For Your Creative Personality With Wayne Mullins

Take Back Time: Time Management | Stress Management | Tug of War With Time

Time management can differ from person to person, especially in the creative space. Today's guest Wayne Mullins, the Founder of Ugly Mug Marketing, shares how he would get frustrated with himself because he couldn't fit his time management strategy into Zig Ziglar's planners that he bought on a yearly basis. Not until he began experimenting with himself to find out which time management tools worked for him and which didn't. Wayne explains two things that worked for him most: making time blocks and setting day themes. In this episode, Wayne and Penny Zenker talk about the benefits of time blocking and setting day themes, how setting parameters enhances creativity, and how you can experiment with yourself and figure out which time management strategy works best for you. If you're having difficulty managing your time and making it work for your creativity, then this episode is for you! Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share!Here’s How »Join the Take Back Time community today:TugOfWarWithTime.comTug of War With Time FacebookTug of War With Time TwitterTug of War With Time Pinterest

27mins

2 Apr 2021

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Episode 75: Marketing is an Investment, with Wayne Mullins

Massive Passive Cash Flow Podcast

Wayne Mullins is the Founder of Ugly Mug Marketing which he started 11 years ago out of a coffee shop. He is passionate about building a team at Ugly Mug Marketing that isn’t focused on checking off items on to-do lists, or winning design awards, but instead, on helping their clients sleep better at night. Today, thanks to his amazing team, is not uncommon for prospective clients to have to wait weeks - or even months - to become a client of Ugly Mug Marketing. Wayne directly influences more than a quarter million entrepreneurs each year through his blog, books, and training programs. What You Will Learn: Wayne shares about his journey on how they ended up on his "Ugly Mug Marketing" business. Wayne shares who he is and how he started into real estate. Wayne shares his other skills besides selling. Wayne shares how other people motivates him to start his Land and Landscape Company. Wayne shares where the name of his business, Ugly Mug Marketing came from. Wayne shares to presell services that people need to have in future and you're convincing them to move. Wayne recommends using multi model method. Wayne recommends to make a thank you notes to your best clients. Wayne explains why most people end up cutting marketing and advertising strategy. Wayne shares that marketing is an investment. Wayne shows how marketing can be an investment. Wayne explains why advertising in social media is a perfect investment right now. Additional Resources from Wayne Mullins: Cell Phone: 318-447-4551 Email: admin@uglymugmarketing.com Website: https://www.uglymugmarketing.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/ugly-mug-marketing/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/uglymugmarketing YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/UglyMugMarketing/

34mins

20 Jan 2021

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Wayne Mullins

The Business Power Hour with Deb Krier

Wayne Mullins is the founder and CEO of Ugly Mug Marketing. Over the past 20 years, he has scaled multiple companies and helped hundreds of entrepreneurs do the same with their companies.Ugly Mug Marketing has won the praises of some of the leading influencers in the business world, such as, Chris Voss (New York Times Best Selling Author of Never Split the Difference), Neil Patel (Founder of QuickSprout & Kissmetrics), and Ari Weinzweig (Co-Founder of Zingerman’s). Wayne’s work directly influences more than one hundred thousand entrepreneurs annually through his blog, books, and training programs. Wayne has personally worked with clients in over 100 industries - from every corner of the globe. And through his books and training programs, Wayne directly influences more than quarter million entrepreneurs each year. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

1hr

7 Jan 2021

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Facebook Strategies to Increase Engagement with Wayne Mullins-098

New Construction Marketing Podcast

Wayne Mullins is the founder and CEO of Ugly Mug Marketing. Over the past 20 years, he has scaled multiple companies and helped hundreds entrepreneurs do the same with their companies.. Ugly Mug Marketing has won the praises of some of the leading influencers in the business world, such as, Chris Voss (New York Times Best Selling Author of Never Split the Difference), Neil Patel (Founder of QuickSprout & Kissmetrics), and Ari Weinzweig (Co-Founder of Zingerman’s). Wayne’s work directly influences more than one hundred thousand entrepreneurs annually through his blog, books, and training programs. Wayne has personally worked with clients in over 100 industries - from every corner of the globe. And through his books and training programs, Wayne directly influences more than quarter million entrepreneurs each year.

41mins

9 Oct 2020

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198 Wayne Mullins How to talk to customers about delivering results

Helping Sells Radio

When we sign up a new customer, we make a bargain that looks something like this: Our customer will hold us accountable for delivering the product, the service, the results that they expect when they sign up. We can all agree to this. Most customers are not shy about telling us when and how we are falling short. The customer will hold us accountable.  This is a bargain, to be sure, but it is a one-way bargain.  According to Wayne Mullins, founder and CEO of Ugly Mug Marketing, there is (or should be) a two-way bargain that says that your customer expects you to hold them accountable for “using” the product or service and for “getting” the results they expect in the use of your product or service.  Mullins calls this mutual accountability. "It’s our responsibility to learn how to hold our customers accountable so that they are getting the results for which they came to us in the first place,“ says Mullins. How many of us really think this way?  It is a hard pill to swallow because holding our customers accountable means we will need to: Confront our customers Challenge our customers Risk offending and losing our customers Going outside our core product or service offerings in pursuit of helping our customers That is scary.  Mullins admits, "For the longest time, I was very afraid of the truth.” Of asking direct questions. Of challenging customers. Mullins turned that around when he accepted that the vendor / customer relationship is a two-way bargain.  Mutual accountability. A seller has a responsibility to help a buyer achieve the results they came to the seller for in the first place.  Mullins goes on to tell a real world example with one of his own customers. Here are the highlights…which demonstrates the point of challenging customers.  A four year customer Not getting sales results But Mullins’ agency was driving high quality leads to customer’s sales team Mullins told the customer, “Your sales team is not following up on these leads." Mullins was so confident in the quality of these leads, he offered to assign his own sales team to follow up Then he asked for a commission on all sales that came from these leads Mullins never offered this service before Lessons: Confront customers Challenge customers Risk offending and losing customers Going outside core offerings in pursuit of helping customers achieve results Mullins could have waited for the customer to come to him saying, “We pay you all this money for marketing, and our sales are going up. YOU must not be good. We are switching agencies.” Or. Mullins could sit around the office with his team and make excuses, “We’re sending all these great leads to our customer, but they are not doing anything with them. What are we supposed to do? Make our customers do their job?”  Or. Mullins could go to the customer and say, “We are sending you excellent leads, and you are not converting these leads into customers. Let’s fix this together.”  That’s the bargain we make. Mutual accountability. Mullins has a saying at Ugly Mug Marketing, "Results and excuses are mutually exclusive.” More about Mullins: His marketing agency: Ugly Mug Marketing Get on the email list at helpingsells.substack.com

53mins

11 Sep 2020

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Ugly Mug Wayne Mullins and Pillars of Communication Bill Kurzeja

School for Startups Radio

September 1, 2020 Ugly Mug Wayne Mullins and Pillars of Communication Bill Kurzeja

1 Sep 2020

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