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Fighter Spotlight: Tim Fargo

MMA Tee Company

Tim Fargo joins the show to discuss his early days of wrestling, transitioning into MMA, staying in shape during quarantine and his rapid rise through the amateur ranks of New York.

16mins

31 Jul 2020

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#66: Former Minnesota Vikings Chiropractor Tim Fargo

The Die Healthier Podcast

Dr. Fargo is currently the executive director of Chiropractic Health and Wellness in Edina Minnesota. He has been a chiropractor for over 30 years and is a CBP certified doctor of chiropractic.  He received his B.A. from the University of Minnesota and his Doctor in Chiropractic degree in 1982 from Northwestern Health Sciences University.  You can connect with him at www.chirohealthwellness.com As always you can  connect with us: Scot Gubbels on Twitter @Gubbsco and on Instagram @scottyg17 and Daniel Flahie on Twitter & Instagram @danielflahie This episode of the podcast is brought to you by the breath belt. The breath belt is a tool designed to help you train your diaphragm and regain a more functional and optimal breathing pattern. Visit www.thebreathbelt.com and enter promo code DHP20 at checkout to save 20% and receive free shipping in the U.S. I use the breathbelt almost everyday in some capacity. I'll wear it on my way to work, during training, or at night when I am practicing my breathing drills. It is a truly universal and game changing product.  This episode is also brought to you by polar bear fitness. Polar bear fitness is a new protocol created by our previous guest Dr. Leland Stillman, which uses a combination of diet, exercise, light regulation, and cold exposure to help you live a more healthier and optimal life. Visit polarbear.fitness to learn more and sign up.  I am on day 20 of nothing but cold showers, and while they still suck, I always feel amazing afterwards. To learn more about the benefits of the cold, head to Dr. Stillman's site to learn more.  Please take a moment to rate, review, and share this podcast to someone you think would find value in it. We greatly appreciate you taking the time out of your busy schedules to give us a listen. Connect with us across our social media platforms and let us know of something you would like to hear more about on our show. 

38mins

13 Feb 2020

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American Entrepreneur and CEO of Social Juke Box with Tim Fargo

The UnCaged™ Entrepreneur Heather Havenwood

Hey Boss! I love this interview, because it is a story of a TRUE Creative Entrepreneur! He shares many stories of many businesses that he had before that worked and failed. I love digging deep into people’s stories and backgrounds so I can see where things got their start. Now, Tim Fargo is the CEO of Social Juke Box - which solved a problem! Scheduling Social Media Platform! You Can Find Tim at SocialJukeBox.comEnjoy! Be YOU! Be REAL! Be the BOSS of your WORLD!Heather HavenwoodLike A Boss! Insights With Influencers! Helping You Rise To the Top! Heather Havenwood media@sexybossinc.comHeatherHavenwood.comInfluencerTribe.com Follow Heather on Instagram for all of her stories: @HeatherHavenwood

31mins

27 Nov 2019

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Digital Marketing: Focus On Valuable Content That Solves Industrial Problems with Tim Fargo

The Industrial Talk Podcast with Scott MacKenzie

In this week's Industrial Talk Podcast we're talking to Tim Fargo, President and Founder of Social Jukebox about strategies for keeping the digital “Campfires” burning. All to often we are quick to give-up on our digital strategy because it's not yielding the desired results. We need to ask the question; “is it solving an Industrial problem?” or “does the content you provide real value to help your customer succeed today?” In short, you need to provide valuable content or your digital strategy will not work! Tim, understands and communicates the need for valuable Industrial content and how to leverage technology for optimal impact. Learn more about Tim and how to leverage Social Jukebox to keep your digital Campfires burning just following links below:Company LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/social-jukeboxPersonal LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/timothyfargo/Personal Facebook: https://m.facebook.com/tim.fargo.96Company Facebook: https://m.facebook.com/tweetjukeboxInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/tefargoPersonal Twitter: https://twitter.com/tim_fargoOTHER GREAT INDUSTRIAL LEARNING SOLUTIONS:Infor's Educational Alliance Program:https://www.infor.com/services/education-alliance-programInfor's GenOne Program: https://go.infor.com/genone/Festo Didactic: Blazing the trail in hands-on Industry 4.0 training: https://www.festo-didactic.com/us-en/OTHER GREAT INDUSTRIAL RESOURCES:InforEAM:  https://www.infor.com/products/eamSafeopedia: https://www.safeopedia.com/Industrial Marketing Solutions:https://industrialtalk.com/industrial-marketing/Industrial Academy: https://industrialtalk.com/industrial-academy/Industrial Dojo: https://industrialtalk.com/industrial_dojo/Safety With Purpose Podcast: https://safetywithpurpose.com/YOUR INDUSTRIAL DIGITAL TOOLBOX:LifterLMS: Get One Month Free for $1 – https://lifterlms.com/Bliss Drive: https://www.blissdrive.com/Active Campaign: Active Campaign LinkBombBomb: BombBomb LinkSocial Jukebox: https://www.socialjukebox.com/YOUTUBE VIDEO OF INTERVIEW:RELATED PODCASTS:Industrial Sales – Industrial Market Segmentation!Industrial Marketing: Industrial Buyers Are Changing DramaticallyThe post Digital Marketing: Focus On Valuable Content That Solves Industrial Problems with Tim Fargo appeared first on The Industrial Talk Podcast with Scott MacKenzie.

48mins

8 Oct 2019

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Interview with Tim Fargo - Fraud investigation, start ups and Social Jukebox

Absolute Business Mindset

I am a corporate employee with an entrepreneurial mindset. This is an interesting interview with Tim Fargo, we talk about his initial businesses in Fraud investigation and selling this successfully. His career took an interesting view on startups and other interests. He then changed his career with his new venture which is Social Jukebox which is a business that automates social media. Find onIf you have any feedback then let me know onabsolutebusinessmindset@gmail.comFind more on www.absolutebusinessmindset.com https://www.instagram.com/markjhayward/http://mjhayward.libsyn.com https://twitter.com/markhayward169 https://www.patreon.com/Absolutebusinesshttps://www.facebook.com/Mark-Hayward See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

1hr 16mins

6 Oct 2019

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54. The Power of Twitter Automation with Tim Fargo

Twitter Smarter Podcast with Madalyn Sklar - The Best Twitter Tips from the Pros

Tim Fargo is the CEO of Social Jukebox, an amazing and powerful Twitter automation tool that I love and use every day for marketing my brand on Twitter. It’s a paid scheduling tool that allows you to load a “jukebox” full of content so you can schedule tweets to go out and then sit back and let it do the job for you. I’ve known Tim for many years and even had him on this podcast a few years back (episode 28). Tim is my first guest to come back on for a second time. He’s a bestselling author, a keynote speaker, an angel investor and an entrepreneur. Podcast show notes available at https://madalynsklar.com/twittersmarter54

31mins

19 Jul 2019

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192: Why Most Big Ideas Usually Suck...and Other Wisdom from Tim Fargo

The Home Service Business Owner Podcast

In 2013, Tim Fargo wanted to promote his new book, Alphabet Success. Using Twitter, he quickly realized his evergreen content scheduling was a  time-suck. He thought there had to be a better way. Reaching out to a colleague to build what he needed, Tim quickly had a solution to his problem of automating posts in a deliberate manner. Now, Social Jukebox serves hundreds companies from micro businesses with no staff to personal brands to major companies. Tim understands what it takes to launch a business. His first major success with Omega, an investigation company, started in an extra bedroom. Tim led the company through growth to over 300 employees in just a few years, selling it off for $20 million. Now he’s helping others reach larger  audiences through social media marketing automation with his company Social Jukebox. In my interview with Tim, he shares all sorts of valuable business tips based on his massive success, including, why most big ideas suck! 

36mins

4 Sep 2018

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Real Leaders Reach Out with Tim Fargo

Men On Purpose Podcast

We tend to believe that leaders have all the answers. But the truth is, real leadership is about a willingness to reach out to people with a wide range of knowledge and expertise, solicit feedback, and take the responses to heart. Tim Fargo is an American entrepreneur, author and angel investor. He was the founder and CEO of Omega Insurance Services, a business he sold in 2003 for $20M. In 2013, Tim was using social media to market his book, Alphabet Success, and getting increasingly frustrated with the time it took to schedule evergreen posts. He asked friend and colleague Len Sixt to develop an app for his personal use, and that tool eventually became Tim’s current business, the popular automated social media posting system known as Social Jukebox.  Tim sits down with Emerald to explain why you should avoid chasing an ideal and set goals that work for you. He speaks to his decision to walk away from a $20M business, discussing how the company’s growth and advice from peers informed his choices. Tim walks us through the inception of Social Jukebox, describing how his own frustration with posting consistently to promote his book led to the creation of the tool. Listen in for Tim’s insight on creating a support system of people who possess a wide range of knowledge and learn why true leaders seek out feedback—and really listen! What You Will Learn Why you should avoid chasing an ideal and set goals that work for you How Tim fostered the courage to walk away from a $20M business How little Tim’s relationships or lifestyle changed after selling Omega Tim’s view that the people in your life are most important Why Tim prefers the comradery of a smaller organization How Tim’s frustration with posting consistently inspired Social Jukebox The value in repetitive sharing on social media How Tim continues to leverage relationships from a 2003 mastermind   Tim’s insight on a leader as someone who reaches out to experts How Tim uses travel as a way to celebrate success Connect with Tim Fargo Social Jukebox Resources Alphabet Success by Tim Fargo Connect with Emerald GreenForest Creative Age Consulting Group Emerald’s Website Emerald on LinkedIn Emerald on Twitter Email: listeners@menonpurposepodcast.com This episode is sponsored by the Creative Age Consulting Group. Men - Is it time NOW for you to make your mark? Visit timetomakeyourmark.com to apply for an invitation-only consultation.

25mins

3 Sep 2018

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Tim Fargo Why Bootstrapping Beats Being Funded | Ep. 245

Stop Riding the Pine

Tim Fargo Tim Fargo is the President at SocialJukebox, a content management system that has helped brands to streamline their social media marketing campaigns. Today, he talks about the hustle myth and his own story as an entrepreneur. “By going away, it’s a little bit you enable people to handle things by giving them the opportunity to do it while you’re not there.” – Tim Fargo From Zero to Multimillion Dollars Tim has always been entrepreneurial. One time in college, he decided to launch a resume matching service where students and companies could meet. “Your path is your path, so you kinda have to get your own bruises along the way.” – Tim Fargo The business did not succeed as expected but he learned so much from that experience. True enough, he applied the lessons later on at Omega Insurance Services, an insurance fraud investigative company he co-founded and sold for $20 million. Debunking the Hustle Myth While hard work is an important component of getting ahead, it isn’t everything there is in achieving success. Apple, for example, didn’t work harder. “They weren’t focused on reiterating an existing idea; they were focused on reinventing an idea.” – Tim Fargo on what made Apple one of a kind According to Tim, they took a very different approach from their competition. It’s the nuances that make businesses stand out. Marketing for the Business As with other entrepreneurs, Tim worked a lot in starting a business. Marketing, he shares, was always the challenge because it’s uncontrollable. He was running a service business and needed to keep his staff busy. The first thing he did every day was to bring work. Everything else went secondary. To hear from Tim Fargo, download and listen to the episode. Connect with Tim through the links below. Remember to let Tim know you heard about him on Stop Riding the Pine! Show Links from Tim Fargo: Website – SocialJukebox Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Episode Affiliates Bottleneck Virtual Assistants Osiris Communications Podcast Pilot SocialJukebox discount code SRTP20 If you haven’t checked it out yet, listen to our previous episode Josh Elledge How to Grow Your Business through Influence | Ep. 244. Don’t forget to leave a 5-star rating and review if you enjoyed the show. We would love to hear from you! The post Tim Fargo Why Bootstrapping Beats Being Funded | Ep. 245 appeared first on Bottleneck Distant Assistants.

39mins

30 Aug 2018

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Tim Fargo Interview - Your Alphabet to Success

Be Great, Be Fantastic and Be Absolutely Phenomenal

Tim is a father, aspiring athlete and successful entrepreneur. Tim started in business at an early age and like many successful entrepreneurs he faced a number of challenegss along the way. Before becoming the best selling author of Alphabet Success and International speaker, he'd won 2x Inc 500 Awards for fastest growing company and sold his business Omega Insurance Services for $20 million in 2003. He is now founder of Social Jukebox and has come on the show to share his story of success, bankruptcy and what it takes to be in business long term.

1hr 27mins

29 Aug 2018

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