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3 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Jeff Flamm. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Jeff Flamm, often where they are interviewed.

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3 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Jeff Flamm. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Jeff Flamm, often where they are interviewed.

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Building From Scratch with Jeff Flamm

Dan's Millionaire Code
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My guest today is my friend and the unstoppable entrepreneur, Jeff Flamm. Jeff is a tech and real estate Titan, yet he grew up on a ranch tending cattle and hauling hay. It’s not the origin story you would think someone as wildly successful as he is would have, but Jeff says it’s what gave him an edge on his path to success. He can’t emphasize enough how knowing how to work and making your customer’s satisfaction central to it, is the key to a successful business.

The massive tech and real estate developments, worth hundreds of millions of dollars, he has built from scratch is a testament to his ideology. He is the CEO and founder of Infinite Mind, an incredible software called eyeQ, that boosts brain and reading enhancement. Over one million people and thousands of schools and businesses have used the eyeQ program. Jeff has also built massive real estate deployments valued at over $600 million such as RiverPark Business Centre, Enchanted Canyon, and Innovation Point Business Park in Lehi the heart of the Silicon Slopes. He is also a partner in Koloa Landing, an amazing resort in Kauai.

Don’t give up on your dreams before you even start. Just because you aren’t currently in the position you want to be in doesn’t mean you can’t be.  Work for an expert in the field you want to get involved in and learn from them. Go to the library, watch Youtube videos, do everything you can, and work hard to leverage yourself into success. Take that first step and listen to today’s podcast, then take the next and execute the wisdom you learn here today.

Aug 16 2019

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I Only Hit Home Runs with Jeff Flamm

The Unshackled Owner
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In this episode Aaron and Jeff discuss the strategies used to make massive deals in business. Emphasizing actionable tactics to do business “better, faster and cheaper” You don’t want to miss the wisdom shared by the incredible Jeff Flamm.

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Nov 07 2017


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Today’s guest joins Kevin from Salt Lake City, Utah. Jeff experienced great entrepreneurial success in the business world. Jeff talks about creating (and selling in one case) two companies: Health Benefits America in eyeQ. In this episode, Jeff focuses on the attitudes and preparations he took to ensure that he was successful in his ventures.

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[:45] Jeff shares his lifeline. He switched his major several times during college, but graduated with a business degree and went into financial planning with his father and brothers. Right from the get-go, Jeff found a lot of success with financial planning. But after several years, he began to observe and seek out a new way to use his expertise.

[2:24] Jeff talks about what was going on with health care in the government, and how this served as an impetus for his business. He also talks about other instances where businesses were able to do something better, faster, and cheaper — a great opportunity to get on the map.

[4:57] In 1986, Jeff and his partner Ron started their company called Health Benefits America. In order to build their database, they traveled around the states to gather data so they could provide information on which health care plans were best in each state. This database made it much easier for corporations as well as the employee.

[10:22] They changed the industry by making things simply: doing it better, much faster, and much cheaper than the systems that were currently in place. In ten years, they picked up 127 Fortune-500 companies. After they built up the company in the West, they were able to sell services around the country.

[13:33] Jeff talks about how they were able to sell and grow so quickly. They got connected with ADP and were able to grow at an even quicker rate. This whole process of selling the company to ADP was done in ninety days.

[18:54] Jeff credits much of his desire to grow and “be the best” to his father. This initiative allowed him to use some of his past expertise, such as landscaping, as well his new knowledge.

[23:22] In 1996, Jeff began exploring ventures with his current company, Infinite Minds. This program helps to make kids better learners. Jeff got the rights in all English-speaking countries. They went to market in 2000.

[25:02] It is very hard to make it in Ed Tech; Jeff has stuck with it because, unlike some of his other businesses, Infinite Mind/EyeQ really helps to change lives. It only takes 5-7 minutes a day, and the payoff for reading speed and comprehension is huge.

[28:43] Some of the things Jeff is interested in, outside of work, are things that challenge him personally, rather than team sports. He is involved in triathlons, as well as climbing, and endurance runs.

[29:48] What’s next for Jeff? When he sold the company, he decided he was going to learn one new thing a year. So he’s been taking the opportunities to gather new experiences.

[31:30] Jeff talks about his influences, and what he finds inspirational in others. Overcoming obstacles makes you more driven — the secret to success is not your IQ, it’s your ‘I do.’

[33:50] Jeff’s current goal is to get eyeQ in all schools. It’s more than just speed reading, it’s brain training.

[35:05] Jeff is willing to talk to people and share ideas about how to get started. His biggest advice is that you’ll never make it until you know something well. Spend some time getting to know the business you want to help change, and let them pay for your learning time before you try to implement your ideas. Don’t get into businesses you don’t know.

Mentioned in This Episode:

Columbus Chapter of Entrepreneurs’ Organization

Health Benefits America (now owned by ADP)



Jul 11 2017