How to Increase Revenue from Existing Clients with ExecHQ’s Adam Anderson
Consulting with Authority
Adam Anderson has over 35 years of professional experience in interim management, leading projects, and rapidly improving corporate performance. His projects are in strategy, marketing, finance, operations, and IT. Here are a few of the topics we’ll discuss on this episode of Consulting with Authority: How Adam got into the consulting world and the projects he’s done around the world What Adam’s average project looks like when he’s increasing a companies income How Adam created his consulting strategy and how it’s grown over time How to build a solid network of relationships with different experts What Adam’s general strategic client process looks like and how he builds rapport and a trusted relationship with his clients The importance of making a hypothesis and testing it thoroughly The most common missed opportunities of income businesses have with their current clients The best lesson Adam’s learned in his 35 years of professional experience Resources: Smart Solutions Media ExecHQ Connecting with Adam Anderson:WebsiteConnecting with the host:Scott Cantrell on LinkedIn
Episode 1443: Adam Anderson offers warning not to 'overlook' UGA pass rush
DawgNation Daily -- the daily podcast for Georgia Bulldogs fansBeginning of the show: A look at a strong message from UGA LB Adam Anderson on social media to those who'd overlook UGA's pass rush this season.10-minute mark: Another example of how college football appears on its way back to normal.15-minute mark: I discuss a positive sign for UGA WR Marcus Rosemy-Jacksaint on his roat to injury recovery.20-minute mark: DawgNation's Connor Riley joins the show.45-minute mark: I take a look at other SEC headlines including former UGA PG Sahvir Wheeler landing at Kentucky.End of show: I award a Golden Shoe winner and update the Gator Hater Countdown.
UGA Football Most Exciting Player #14...Adam Anderson
Locked On Bulldogs - Daily Podcast On Georgia Bulldogs Football & Basketball
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The Journey of a Georgia Football Player- Featuring: Adam Anderson
Hope with Danny
Adam Anderson, #19 Georgia football player, discusses the life of having hardships before his football career. Despite his struggles with bankruptcy, speech impediments, and familial deaths throughout his entire juvenile life, he is able to see a bright future ahead of him. He has hopes of getting a degree in real estate and getting drafted for the NFL.
3. Understanding your Firm's Growth Stage w/ Adam Anderson
Five Star Counsel Podcast
If you want to effectively grow, scale, and improve your business effectively, you need to understand where your business lies in the growth continuum from scrappy startup to mature, thriving company. Adam Anderson of Hook Security has an amazing take on this spectrum, broken into The Four Stages of Business. We share that today, so you can plug your own firm in, make the right growth moves, and determine the next profit levers to pull. Find Adam on YouTube or at www.AdamAndersonCEO.com FiveStarCounsel.com Get our FREE client service whitepaper!
Believe it or not, even when you’ve grown a business to a level that allows you to step away, business owners struggle to do just that. It’s a good problem to have, but even better, it’s a problem you can deal with if you are willing to make some important changes.Today’s guest for Mads Singers Management Podcast, Adam Anderson, is someone who has had to make those important changes multiple times. Adam has spent 22 years as a tech entrepreneur, specifically in the area of cybersecurity. He’s had almost two dozen companies and they represent wonderful successes, disappointing failures, and one great sale. That sale made him think he was special, but over time he’s learned that he was lucky, and that process of learning to grow beyond luck has given him what he calls a “Street MBA” in which you learn by doing. Adam is particularly proud of the people who have come to work for him who were either young or inexperienced (or both!) and were transformed by working with him. One particular group of developers started with him from scratch in one particular business and within the space of a few years were making 6-figure incomes. This reminded me of a couple excellent employees that I’ve had the chance to develop over the years, both of whom were 18 years old with no education when they started with me and now manage 60 people each. This influence and authority over your employees is very powerful and Adam shares at least one occasion in which he felt he did not use that power for good. In trying to encourage a playful and irreverent “anti-corporate” atmosphere, he created such a party environment that an employee got addicted to alcohol and ruined his life. That influence needs to be particularly present when promoting staff into management. Adam made the mistake of thinking that everyone was entrepreneurially-minded (like himself) and hence used the “throw them in the deep end” strategy when he promoted people into management. He learned the hard way (and pretty quickly) that this was no strategy at all. I concurred, underlining an important theme in my coaching: people can learn and grow into management skills, but they have to be taught how to do so: they can’t just be expected to “learn it as they go.”Once you do get those people properly trained you are free to step away from the business, and Andy confessed that he had a hard time doing that. He had to learn to trust the process and not interfere with his management team, otherwise, they were never going to grow. He’s learned how to add value to his company as a whole and gives us some great networking tips (I add one of my own!). Key Learning Points:1. Adam reflects on the things that make him smile the most - 2:502. Mads adds satisfying similarities in his own journey as an employer - 4:353. Adam warns about the dangers of promoting great performers into management - 11:004. Adam also notes that “abandonment” is not a great strategy for new promotions - 13:005. Adam shares his surprise at how challenging it was to manage managers - 15:006. Mads assures Adam that he sees this problem all the time - 18:457. Adam tells us his new “most important job” once he was removed from day to day operations - 23:508. Mads adds a tip for “getting lucky” - 24:309. Mads gives some alternative strategies for networking when there don’t seem to be obvious opportunities - 27:5010. Adam gives us the reason why networking is not prospecting - 28:5311. Mads shares an organization that is great for networking but isn’t normally thought of as a networking organization - 29:4012. Adam tells us his four stages of business building - 31:3613. Mads reminds us that management can indeed be fun - 37:50 Connect with Adam Anderson:1. Adam Anderson CEO
IWTFB Episode 4: Hayley Aguilar, Mark Arica, Jessica Carreón, Adam Anderson, and Angel Magana
IWTFB with Terrance Greer
On this week's episode I talk to five filmmakers about their inspirations, the impact of coronavirus, and advice for fellow creatives! I also have a bit about me not reading Moby Dick for another week!--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/iwtfb-with-terrance-greer/support
Leaving Evangelicalism and Finding Self Love — Adam Anderson
Finding Freedom with Jordan Apodaca
Get his free song: https://www.adamandersonmusic.com/optin--- 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/finding-freedom/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/finding-freedom/support