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10 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Jack Bloomfield. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Jack Bloomfield, often where they are interviewed.

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10 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Jack Bloomfield. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Jack Bloomfield, often where they are interviewed.

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#009 - Jack Bloomfield

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Starting his business at the age of 12-years-old, Jack Bloomfield is now an 18-year-old entrepreneur. He kicked off his career by seriously optimising the process of sending greeting cards before launching Bloomfield Group, a business running multiple eCommerce setups. Today, he’s written for news.com.au and Entrepreneur Media and has been featured for an impressive list of media appearances. He’s now the CEO and Founder of Disputify, a cyber theft, and chargeback fraud prevention business.

Oct 01 2020 · 1hr 7mins
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Jack Bloomfield: Teenage Serial Entrepreneur - The Importance Of Passion and Problem Solving

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In this episode learn from Jack Bloomfield, a young successful entrepreneur who started his first business at the age of 12 and has gone on to build an empire within the E-commerce space. Jack is the youngest member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and has been given the title, Teenage Serial Entrepreneur!
Learn how Jack was able to build such an empire for himself and use his skills and knowledge to give back and help others build successful businesses. In this episode we discuss the importance of passion within your business and the importance of problem solving, as well as the tips, tools and strategies that have helped Jack push potential, break barriers and live life Unleashed. 

https://www.jackbloomfield.com.au/
https://www.instagram.com/jackbloomfield/

Sep 03 2020 · 36mins

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Episode 3 - Featuring Young Entrepreneur Jack Bloomfield

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Jack Bloomfield is an Australia Entrepreneur at just 18 years old. Connect with Jack here @jackbloomfield on instagram.

Let me know in the comments what you think.

 As always please connect with me on any of my socials below:

 LinkedIn - @ChrisChristofi
 Instagram - @_chrischristofi
 Facebook - Chris Christofi
 Personal website - https://chrischristofi.com.au/
My business, Reventon's website is here - https://reventon.com.au/

Jul 13 2020 · 18mins
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Episode 008 - Jack Bloomfield - Teenage Millionaire on Success and Growth

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Jack Bloomfield made headlines as a Teenage Millionaire, driving his BMW to school one day, flying interstate for a media appearance the next. 

After a wave of media, a personal testimonial from Tony Robbins, and many other highlights, he's founded Bloomfield Education to share his strategy with others. He's now closed Seed funding on his latest venture Disputify.

We discuss the balance of being a teenager and business person, how his parents' support was instrumental in his success, and so much more.

Jack's Website - https://www.jackbloomfield.com.au

Jack on Instagram - https://instagram.com/jackbloomfield

May 26 2020 · 54mins

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MATTEO CHARLES + JACK BLOOMFIELD: Beginnings, Challenges and Learning to Live Beyond your Business

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Entrepreneur and philanthropist Sam Bashiry talks beginnings, challenges and learning to live beyond your business with special guests Jack Bloomfield and Matteo Charles.
Jack Bloomfield is a 17-year-old serial entrepreneur who started his first business aged 12. Although he can’t officially register for an ABN, he already has years of experience starting and running multiple businesses. He talks about appearance versus reality, taking challenges as they come and learning to play the long game.
Matteo Charles is best known for his speed portraits. Hospitalised for a chronic illness, Matteo decided to take his life back into his own hands by starting his practice. Using art as therapy he turned his skills and creativity into a performance, for which he’s renowned globally. He shares his experience and advice for thinking creatively, working hard and staying humble.
Listen in to find out how these three deal with both their highs and lows, gain an insight into the reality behind their respective success and note their suggestions for staying balanced and ready for the next challenge.
Jan 17 2020 · 22mins
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23 Minutes for Every Teenage Entrepreneur | Interview with Jack Bloomfield

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Shout out Sam Craig on my team for the podcast intro. I sat down with Jack Bloomfield a few days back while I was in London. He asked a lot of good questions that led to my insight into teenage entrepreneurship, things to think about when building a business and the best thing that happened to me in college. Tweet me @garyvee with any questions and check out Jack on IG @jackbloomfield

Timestamps:

3 - By the age of 7, 80% of my activities outside were business   5:02 - The best thing that happened to me in college   11 - Don’t judge the end of the first quarter   14 - The quickest answer to 94% of parenting questions   18:15 - Stop manipulating and start listening   20:45 - What to do if you have $2k
Aug 16 2019 · 23mins
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Jack Bloomfield - from whiz kid to e-commerce superstar

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“Anyone who wants to do it, can do it.” In this episode, I’m joined by an impressive young man, Jack Bloomfield. Jack is 17 years old, and started his first e-commerce business when he was just 12 years old. He’s made millions from growing online businesses and digital marketing, and now has started his own training programs to help other aspiring entrepreneurs do the same. We talk about how Jack found himself so passionate about business from such a young age, and how he has managed to reach such successful heights while still being in high school. He’s a fascinating guy with a huge future - so make sure you tune in. 

https://www.jackbloomfield.com.au/
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May 23 2019 · 59mins
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3. Jack Bloomfield - 16 Year Old Making 7 Figures!

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In this episode I spoke with the inspiring Jack Bloomfield who is a 16 year old from Brisbane who started an ecommerce store just over a year ago. We spoke about his success, tips for starting an online business, how he felt doing his first Ted Talk, what is next for his company and his biggest life lesson so far!
You can find out more about Jack below -Website - https://www.jackbloomfield.com.au/Instagram - @jackbl_
Sarah's Instagram - @sarahjanewilson_
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Jan 30 2019 · 36mins
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No Time? No Money? No Problem. Jack Bloomfield on Crushing E-commerce

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Jack Bloomfield is a 16-year-old Australian prodigy who is doing more than $3k/day with his 5 online e-commerce stores. This interview with Jack really surprised us, not because of his age but because Jack has the poise and business wisdom of someone 2 to 3 decades his senior. What is most shocking about Jack is that he has managed to build this business strictly in the evenings, and on weekends, while he maintains his full school schedule (and while his peers play video games or sit on Snapchat). Lastly, what sets Jack apart most is his get-it-done attitude and the way in which he challenges listeners of all ages to check their excuses at the door and do whatever it takes to self-educate online and conquer in business.

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3 KEY POINTS:

  1. How to use "failure" as your greatest assets
  2. How to leverage online resources to conquer on a budget
  3. How you can use the 80/20 principle to your advantage
Dec 20 2018 · 35mins
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40: Invitational Interventions - The ARISE model with Jack Bloomfield

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Our guest on this episode of the Addicted Mind podcast is Dr. Jack Bloomfield, a specialist in the ARISE model of interventions. This model is an alternative to the “traditional” form of confrontational interventions created in the 1960s by Dr. Johnson. In this confrontational model, the focus is very much on the addict, usually involving an ambush-type situation where several family members trick the addict into coming to a certain location where they are presented with some type of “go to rehab tomorrow or else…” ultimatum.

Due to the heartfelt emotions in this situation, addicts are likely to agree to go to rehab, but 70% of them will leave rehab within 2 weeks because they didn’t make the decision to enter on their own terms.

They usually feel anger and resentment towards their family which proves to be counterproductive to the family’s original desires and plan.

The ARISE model of intervention is different and successful in 3 areas:

  1. It is an invitation model.
    1. The addict is invited to a “family meeting” where they likely know what will be discussed.
    2. The dialogue changes from “you have a problem” to “we, as a family, have a problem.”
    3. 80% of addicts will come when they are invited.
      1. 50% of those happen because they recognize that they have a problem
      2. 50% will go because they don’t think they have a problem and want to defend themselves
  2. The focus is on the family.
    1. The family indicates that they recognize that they all have things they need to work on in themselves, and they have reached out to someone who can help them all as a family.
    2. The addict does not feel singled out.
    3. The interventionist works with the family for 6 months.
      1. By committing to continuing care, the family creates a safe place for all of them to work on and discuss their issues and their progress during weekly accountability phone calls.
      2. This timeframe empowers the addict to make their own choices and not feel forced or pressured into action.
      3. They may decide that rehab, intensive outpatient treatment, or just consistent AA meetings are their best option.
      4. During and after the addict addresses their issue, the family is all on the same page and speaking the same language because they have all been on a healing journey together.

The incredible statistic is that while 70% of addicts who enter rehab as a result of a confrontational intervention will leave within 2 weeks, only 2% of addicts who enter rehab as a result of an ARISE intervention will disappear within 30 days.

This gives so much hope to the families waiting for a breakthrough in the life of their loved one who struggles with addiction.

Jul 06 2018 · 27mins