SPS 101: Relationships, Radio, And 3 Ring Binder Books: Create A Life You Love & Sell Generate Millions In Revenue with Dan Miller
Self Publishing School : How To Write A Book That Grows Your Impact, Income, And Business
Today I'm joined by Dan Miller, author of 48 Days To The Work You Love. We talk about: -How he sold $2M worth of 3 Ring Binder books self published within 18 months -How he got the rights back from his publisher for his book (crazy story!) -Why he focuses on relationships, radio (and now podcasts) to sell more books and grow his business -The arrangment he made with Dave Ramsey to sell thousands of books -How to use books to grow your business and build a movement This was a mind blowing episode! Dan is such an amazing, genuine person. I hope you enjoy it and learn something new. :)
164: Funding Regenerative Ag Transitions with Dan Miller, Founder and CEO of Steward
The Modern Acre | Ag Built Different
Dan Miller is the founder and CEO of Steward, a private lender providing regenerative farmers, ranchers, fishermen, and producers the capital they need to expand and sustain their businesses. And through our innovative online platform, qualified lenders have the opportunity to join in our mission and help fund the growth of regenerative agriculture by purchasing loan participations. Dan joins us to talk about how he started and is growing the business. We go deep on regenerative ag, transition finance, and investing in value-add processing and direct marketing. Don't miss this one! Show Notes: https://themodernacre.com/164
Interview with Dan Miller, author of "48 Days to the Work and Life you Love"
Dwell On These Things
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859: The State of Small Business in 2021 | Dan Miller
The Ziglar Show
2020 saw a lot of upheaval for small business, few people were untouched by it. In March I saw nearly $10,000 in monthly ad revenue disappear. I was doing work with Pete Vargas, king of the stage, and his entire business disappeared almost instantaneously. “Pivot” became the new buzzword and now we keep hearing stories from people who took a hit, made a pivot, and actually came out better as a result. But some did not, and it’s not because they weren’t brilliant people. Some industries are difficult to pivot in. So I wanted to hear someone in the trenches of small business tell us what they were seeing. Where are there more and less opportunities? Dan Miller is the renowned author of 48 Days To The Work You Love and one of the more renowned career and business coaches of our time. He’s also...my father! If you hear some of his guidance and desire to connect with him you can find him at 48days.com or email him at email@example.com. Next we’ll dive into what’s happening in small business in 2021! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
48 Days to the Work (and Life) You Love with Dan Miller
Entrepreneurs on Fire
Dan is the author of the New York Times best-selling 48 Days To The Work You Love and an encourager to those seeking to bring their dreams to life. Top 3 Value Bombs: 1. You can’t just keep jumping around and think that you can get a strong audience or build a strong business if people don’t know what you’re all about. 2. Nobody is successful on their own. 3. Being an entrepreneur requires the mindset—mindset to connect with other people on the same path; mindset to see opportunities that other people don’t; and mindset to take action while other people are sitting and waiting for things to go back to normal. Access the first chapter of the book, and answer a quiz to know how close you are to live in your very best life - 48 Days Sponsors: Qwantify: Rock a business that GUARANTEES success and revenue! Apply to become a Qwantify Partner today at Qwantify.com. ZipRecruiter: Let ZipRecruiter take hiring off your plate so you can focus on growing your business. Try ZipRecruiter for free at ZipRecruiter.com/fire!
The 48 Days Process During the Pandemic with Dan Miller
Eventual Millionaire Podcast
Episode Highlights: What changed in Dan from the last 20 years as an entrepreneur, How to calibrate your thought pattern and mindset to navigate uncertainty, Advice for people who are just starting the 48 days process, Tips in meditating everyday, How the specific date in the 48 days process helps people, How Dan's Eagles group banded together even during the pandemic... https://eventualmillionaire.com/the-48-days-process-during-the-pandemic-with-dan-miller Thank you so much for watching!
Voice AI in the contact centre: 2021 trends, with Dan Miller, Opus Research
Dan joins us to share his insights on the most important recent developments in voice AI technology and how it's enabling business transformation, as well as some of the emerging trends we're likely to see unfold in 2021.Voice AI is disrupting all kinds of industries and providing opportunities for almost every and any business unit. None, perhaps, has the potential to prosper more than the contact centre.With the potential to automate front end conversations and assist live agents, conversational AI could be the underlying capability that enables organisations to both increase self-service and improve customer experience, while creating operational efficiencies and empowering staff.Dan Miller, Lead Analyst and Founder of Opus Research, has more than his fair share of experience both with contact centre technology and speech technology on the whole. For over 30 years, Dan's been working with and covering voice AI and conversational technologies with a focus on organisational transformation.Linksopusresearch.netFollow Dan on Twitter See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Dan Miller – How To Love Mondays & Find Your Purpose
Good Money with Derrick Kinney
Is your Sunday evening filled with the dread of Monday morning? Dan Miller shares how to use your unique skills, abilities and personality to create a career that is meaningful and profitable. If you’ve been waiting for the right time to make a career change and feel stuck, you’ll want to hear Dan’s advice on why 48 days is all the time you need to make a dramatic change in direction. What you will learn: Why you should stop being responsible and start being authentic You don’t have to start all over How to stop being an imposter Your dream is the starting point Money shows up when you’re in the zone of genius Are you a David or just a block of stone? The seasons of life Quotes: “Look inward. Figure out what’s unique about you in terms of skills and abilities, personality traits, values, dreams, passions. Then you have a clear focus and an authentic focus.” – Dan Miller “In being responsible, people miss their opportunity to be authentic and have a life that’s meaningful, purposeful, and profitable.” – Dan Miller “If somebody is a 42-year old dentist, they’re not going to start again like they did when they were 18. We’re going to use the wealth of experience maturity that they have at 42 to subtly redirect.” – Dan Miller “People are spending weeks, months, years of their lives stuck in these feelings of frustration. There has to be a better way.” – Dan Miller “48 days is adequate time and, I don’t care what your degree is, what your position is, what your income is, for us to create a new plan to dramatically change the direction and results that you’re getting.” – Dan Miller “We have to be more creative, but the opportunities are endless for an authentic fit, even if it is a redirection.” – Dan Miller “So be clear: what is your dream? Because that’s the starting point. And then we can look at what are the possibilities to walk into that.” – Dan Miller “If you really move into your zone of genius, that thing that you do extremely well, that brings you a lot of joy, it’s amazing how money shows up.” – Dan Miller “I want people to think like David. What needs to be carved away in your life to release the very best that you have to offer?” – Dan Miller “It’s time to chisel out and see what’s inside. Set that free.” – Derrick Kinney Free Valuable Report for our Listeners: “3 Beliefs About Money Your Kids Should Learn that No One Is Teaching Them” https://goodmoneyframework.com Follow Good Money Good Hands Good Work on Instagram! https://www.instagram.com/goodmoneyframework Recommended Resources: 48 Days to the Work You Love: Preparing for the New Normal by Dan Miller (https://www.amazon.com/Days-Work-You-Love-Preparing/dp/1433669331) For a special offer Dan has prepared for our listeners, go to 48days.com/goodmoney
11.13.20 Hour 4 - Dan Miller; Patriots Regression; Against The Spread; Weekend Preview
Grant and Danny
0:00 - Dan Miller, Detroit Lions Play-by-Play 11:58 - The Regression of the New England Patriots 19:36 - Against the Spread Confidence Points Picks 30:14 - Weekend PreviewSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Growing the Regenerative Agriculture Movement with Dan Miller, Founder & CEO of Steward
The Look Up! Podcast with Marc Weinstein
The Most Important ThingCheck out Steward to learn more about regenerative agriculture and invest directly in the farmers changing the global food system.About Dan MillerSteward’s story begins with its founder and CEO, Dan Miller. Ask Dan what inspired him to create Steward, and he’ll tell you about early mornings spent crabbing with his dad on the Chesapeake Bay.This was the experience that rooted him to the land, but it was a meeting with a well-known chef in Dan’s hometown, Washington D.C, that would plant the idea of Steward in his mind. He talked about the difficulties facing the independent farmers that supplied his restaurant. The more specialised the farms were, the harder it was to get a loan.Dan felt that instead of forcing farmers to fit within a box, it should be the other way around. So he committed himself to creating a system that empowers farmers to steward their land sustainably, with consumers—the people with the most to gain from sustainable farming—investing in their success.Since graduating from the Wharton School with a B.S. and M.B.A in 2010, Dan has seen firsthand the potential of an investment crowdfunding model. From 2010 to 2015, he was Co-Founder, President and a Director of Fundrise, the first and largest US real estate crowdfunding platform, which has raised more than $500 million to date. It’s this experience, combined with a passion for agriculture and ecology, that led Dan to Steward.About StewardSustainable farmers are stewards of the land—taking responsibility for the soil, nourishing our communities and proving that there is a better way to do agriculture. But the going is tough for the little guys: human-scale farms need access to capital if they’re going to survive and grow—capital that’s often hard to come by.Steward is the world’s first CrowdFarming platform, helping sustainable farms to flourish by letting regular people invest in them directly, and prosper alongside them. So whether you're an investor looking to build your wealth without compromising your values, or a farmer looking for the back-up you need to take that next step, with Steward everybody wins.Episode Overview:I’ve spent the last year working with Dan Miller, the founder of Steward, in a business development role to help onboard new investors and partners to help achieve Steward’s mission of financing thousands of farmers practicing regenerative agriculture. Dan’s knowledge and experience in building innovative financial models for financing emerging opportunities is unparalleled. We discussed a range of subjects from the definition of regenerative agriculture, to the challenges that small farmers face, to the problems with our current agriculture system, food deserts and more. We also touched on a subject that has frustrated me for the last year – the issues with the current frameworks for impact investing.If you care about the future of our food system, this one’s for you.My Favorite Quotes:“If you want to address economic opportunity, malnutrition, and access to food, you have to change how people are farming and then how they are actually preparing and selling the product.”“I always saw finance as a way to open up access to new groups of people.”“The current agriculture system talks about calories and feeding the world; but that’s not their focus, that’s not what they’re there to do, what they do is create food products and sell them to customers, and that’s their primary business.”“There’s not going to be one simple solution to the problem with agriculture.“There’s millions of people who want to farm and are already farming, how about giving them more resources?”“We’ve been chasing the perfect automated agriculture in which you don’t have to worry about weather or labor – and that we have the worst food that we’ve ever had in our culture in terms of health and wellness.” “Teaching people how to do things themselves is often not as good a business as selling a product.”“In rural areas that are food deserts, every acre is planted, but all of that is getting shipped out and often not even edible product – a lot going to feed or biofuels. This shows what the priority is.”“A majority of farmers in the US don’t eat food from their own farms.”“Generally, where we are in the American and global economy is that resources are available to the top 5% of individuals and organizations, while the broad base doesn’t have access to capital for funding.”“Crowdfunding is about amplifying existing networks.”“As long as there is sun, as long as there is soil, they can grow the food and provide it to individuals.”“They had someone on Twitter who followed them who invested $10,000 dollars 5 minutes after they launched their campaign. How else would they have found that person?”“The strength of the narrative and their character is what enables them to get access to credit at a lower rate.”“Steward’s farmers are always in it for a varied number of reasons: it might be to provide access to healthy food, to fight climate change, or other.”“The process of making money actually leads to positive outcomes.”“The intermediation is part of the core problem… that’s also the problem on the consumer side with multiple parties touching the product before it reaches the consumer.”“The people who are doing the most impact investing just don’t necessarily classify it as impact investing.”Episode Breakdown:00:00 – Dan defines regenerative agriculture05:00 – Dan’s journey from finance to agriculture10:00 – Why technology won’t save the food problem in America15:00 – The decreasing number of farmers and the rise of food deserts20:00 – Tale of two dairy farmers23:00 – The importance of crowdfunding28:00 – Steward farmers and their customer/investor relationship33:00 – What has surprised us the most about Steward40:00 – How do you measure the impact of platforms like Steward?46:00 – Sensemaking, measurement, and impact investing50:00 – The challenges with ESG investingEpisode Links:Dan’s InfoLinkedInInvesting in Regenerative Agriculture PodcastCrowdfund InsiderNasdaq Trade TalksNexus Production InterviewSteward InfoWebsiteTwitterInstagramFacebookModern FarmerForbesOther Resources & ReferencesRODALE Institute: Regenerative AgricultureKiss The GroundIndigenous AgricultureThe Unsettling of America by Wendell BerryIncrease in small farmers (Census)Food insecurity in AmericaFisheye FarmsStakeholder capitalismEast Fork CultivarsWWOOF (sustainable agriculture internship)Gresham’s LawJeremy Grantham on Regenerative AgProject Drawdown: Regenerative Annual CroppingMarc’s Info:Marc Weinstein, host of the Look Up! Podcast is a public speaker for corporations, universities, and conferences. Click here to view past talks and to book MarcLook Up! Patreon CommunityLook Up! WebsiteMarc's InstagramMarc's TwitterLook Up! On iTunesLook Up! On SpotifySupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/the-look-up-podcast-with-marc-weinstein. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.