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Boosting your Brain, Body and Business with Rowena Gates #MakingBank S6E22

Boost your brain to boost your energy. On this episode of the Making Bank podcast, Rowena Gates joins us to chat about how her tech improves your brain, body and business. NanoVi technology helps repair cell damage so that you can recover faster after a workout and bolster your energy. Used by pro athletes and CEOs alike, NanoVi tech works with your body’s natural processes to make sure you’re performing at your best.  Listen to Josh and Rowena discuss boosting health: What is Eng3 and how does it work? (2:12) Rowena explains how her technology works to help your proteins fold better, so that you can feel more energetic. Eng3 technology doesn’t override anything in your body. Rather, it helps boost your body’s natural processes.   Athletes and their Performance (6:11) Using Rowena’s device, many pro athletes improve their bodies’ ability to recover and rest after intense workouts. By reducing their lactic acid by 17%, it allows them to feel better, train better, and perform better. When to Use Eng3 Tech (8:57) Rowena discusses the difference in using the technology before or after your workout—or both. The most dramatic results have been when treating after your exercise, as it helps damaged proteins. Entrepreneurs and Eng3 (11:20) Being an entrepreneur is like running a marathon. While running a business, team and meetings every day, you exert a lot of physcial energy. Therefore, your brain needs the same rest and recovery that your body does. Even using the device one time has impactful benefits, such as a feeling calm, better sleep and more energy Long Term Benefits (14:26) After using the device most days, people have seen a more balanced nervous system and immune system. While Rowena and her team are still doing long term studies, they know it amps up the protein functions, which offers a variety of benefits.    Company Use (18:11) Rowena discusses how companies, gyms, and other organizations can leverage the benefits of NanoVi tech. While not everyone will be able to avoid their own individual devices, they could still repair their cell damage via a communal device. Rowena believes in encouraging corporate wellness so that everyone can have a change to boost their health.  Links mentioned: Making Bank - Website www.eng3corp.com/bank

21mins

28 Nov 2021

Rank #1

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Boosting your Brain, Body and Business with Rowena Gates #MakingBank S6E22

Boost your brain to boost your energy. On this episode of the Making Bank podcast, Rowena Gates joins us to chat about how her tech improves your brain, body and business. NanoVi technology helps repair cell damage so that you can recover faster after a workout and bolster your energy. Used by pro athletes and CEOs alike, NanoVi tech works with your body’s natural processes to make sure you’re performing at your best.  Listen to Josh and Rowena discuss boosting health: What is Eng3 and how does it work? (2:12) Rowena explains how her technology works to help your proteins fold better, so that you can feel more energetic. Eng3 technology doesn’t override anything in your body. Rather, it helps boost your body’s natural processes.   Athletes and their Performance (6:11) Using Rowena’s device, many pro athletes improve their bodies’ ability to recover and rest after intense workouts. By reducing their lactic acid by 17%, it allows them to feel better, train better, and perform better. When to Use Eng3 Tech (8:57) Rowena discusses the difference in using the technology before or after your workout—or both. The most dramatic results have been when treating after your exercise, as it helps damaged proteins. Entrepreneurs and Eng3 (11:20) Being an entrepreneur is like running a marathon. While running a business, team and meetings every day, you exert a lot of physcial energy. Therefore, your brain needs the same rest and recovery that your body does. Even using the device one time has impactful benefits, such as a feeling calm, better sleep and more energy Long Term Benefits (14:26) After using the device most days, people have seen a more balanced nervous system and immune system. While Rowena and her team are still doing long term studies, they know it amps up the protein functions, which offers a variety of benefits.    Company Use (18:11) Rowena discusses how companies, gyms, and other organizations can leverage the benefits of NanoVi tech. While not everyone will be able to avoid their own individual devices, they could still repair their cell damage via a communal device. Rowena believes in encouraging corporate wellness so that everyone can have a change to boost their health.  Links mentioned: Making Bank - Website www.eng3corp.com/bank

23mins

28 Nov 2021

Rank #2

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The Sound of Sleep with Ariel Garten #MakingBank S6E21

Sleeping more makes you a better entrepreneur. On this episode of the Making Bank podcast, Ariel Garten discusses how her innovative headband “Muse” helps you sleep better, so you can be better. EEG powered, the Muse headbands help record and modulate your meditation and sleep cycles. Sleep impacts your performance as an entrepreneur and without it, you and your business can suffer. Listen to the episode to hear more about how to sleep better to be the best you possible. Listen to Josh and Ariel discuss sleep: What is Muse? (4:38) Muse is a headband that measures your vitals to help fall asleep and stay asleep. Using an audio experience, Muse interacts with your brain and delivers sleep lab information at home. The Sound of Sleep (6:18) With the audio, you can choose meditation, sleep stories or a simple sound scape to help train your body to fall asleep. The audio will slow down until you’ve fallen asleep and will only pick back up again if you stir. The device does not vibrate or disrupt your brain, rather, it just modulates itself to help lull you to sleep. The Importance of Sleep (9:22) Ariel discusses how important sleep is and what happens when you don’t get it. Not only can it impact your energy, but a lack of sleep can also affect your decision making, emotional regulation, and even ability to lose weight. Meditation (11:00) Ariel explains how meditation can offer a variety of benefits, including improved focus, attention, decreased anxiety and cortisol. When you learn to meditate, you can teach yourself how to calm your thoughts. So, when it comes time to sleep, you can replicate this practice. Anxiety (13:30) One of the biggest reasons people don’t fall asleep easily is anxiety about sleeping. With the Muse headband, you don’t have to worry about falling asleep or falling back to sleep. Muse will react to your being awake to calm you back into sleep. Tips for Better Rest (16:03) Ariel distinguishes the two chemicals in our brains – adenosine and melatonin – that help us sleep. Caffeine blocks adenosine, which is it helps you stay up – maybe for a bit too long. She suggests stopping coffee around noon. Next, she explains how a regular bedtime helps with your melatonin production, leading to a better night’s sleep. Daylight Savings, Alcohol and Food (20:48) With Daylight savings, it seems like we’re waking up and getting off work to darkness. Ariel suggests ways to combat the Daylight Savings fatigue, especially in the afternoon. Next, Ariel covers how alcohol may make you sleep, but will disrupt your deep sleep. She offers suggestions on when and what to drink and eat so you can better fall asleep and stay asleep. Sleep Cycles (24:11) Ariel discusses what different stages of sleep look like and when your brain should be entering into them. She also talks about the new features on the next generation of Muse S. Links mentioned: Making Bank - Website https://choosemuse.com/

29mins

21 Nov 2021

Rank #3

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The Sound of Sleep with Ariel Garten #MakingBank S6E21

Sleeping more makes you a better entrepreneur. On this episode of the Making Bank podcast, Ariel Garten discusses how her innovative headband “Muse” helps you sleep better, so you can be better. EEG powered, the Muse headbands help record and modulate your meditation and sleep cycles. Sleep impacts your performance as an entrepreneur and without it, you and your business can suffer. Listen to the episode to hear more about how to sleep better to be the best you possible. Listen to Josh and Ariel discuss sleep: What is Muse? (4:38) Muse is a headband that measures your vitals to help fall asleep and stay asleep. Using an audio experience, Muse interacts with your brain and delivers sleep lab information at home. The Sound of Sleep (6:18) With the audio, you can choose meditation, sleep stories or a simple sound scape to help train your body to fall asleep. The audio will slow down until you’ve fallen asleep and will only pick back up again if you stir. The device does not vibrate or disrupt your brain, rather, it just modulates itself to help lull you to sleep. The Importance of Sleep (9:22) Ariel discusses how important sleep is and what happens when you don’t get it. Not only can it impact your energy, but a lack of sleep can also affect your decision making, emotional regulation, and even ability to lose weight. Meditation (11:00) Ariel explains how meditation can offer a variety of benefits, including improved focus, attention, decreased anxiety and cortisol. When you learn to meditate, you can teach yourself how to calm your thoughts. So, when it comes time to sleep, you can replicate this practice. Anxiety (13:30) One of the biggest reasons people don’t fall asleep easily is anxiety about sleeping. With the Muse headband, you don’t have to worry about falling asleep or falling back to sleep. Muse will react to your being awake to calm you back into sleep. Tips for Better Rest (16:03) Ariel distinguishes the two chemicals in our brains – adenosine and melatonin – that help us sleep. Caffeine blocks adenosine, which is it helps you stay up – maybe for a bit too long. She suggests stopping coffee around noon. Next, she explains how a regular bedtime helps with your melatonin production, leading to a better night’s sleep. Daylight Savings, Alcohol and Food (20:48) With Daylight savings, it seems like we’re waking up and getting off work to darkness. Ariel suggests ways to combat the Daylight Savings fatigue, especially in the afternoon. Next, Ariel covers how alcohol may make you sleep, but will disrupt your deep sleep. She offers suggestions on when and what to drink and eat so you can better fall asleep and stay asleep. Sleep Cycles (24:11) Ariel discusses what different stages of sleep look like and when your brain should be entering into them. She also talks about the new features on the next generation of Muse S. Links mentioned: Making Bank - Website https://choosemuse.com/

28mins

21 Nov 2021

Rank #4

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Building 8-Figure Businesses with Stephen Somers #MakingBank S6E20

Your online business can earn you 7+ figures.  On this episode of the Making Bank podcast, Stephen Somers chats about his wildly successful Marketplace SuperHeroes and the lessons he’s learned from it. He discusses how he and his partner founded and grew Marketplace SuperHeroes into a now 8 figure business. Stephen learned how to attract clients, keep them, and sell them on more services by creating a business ecosystem.  Listen to the episode to hear more about how to execute well to generate a high revenue online. Listen to Josh and Stephen discuss building businesses: Stephen’s Background (2:46) Stephen tells the story of how he began as a musician before selling products on Amazon with his now current partner. After finding great success in that, he and his partner began teaching others how they too can build seven figure businesses online. Determination Builds Businesses (6:28) Drawing on his experiences with sports as a child, Stephen talks about the important lesson of persevering, despite what others say. By sticking to the plan and ignoring the noise, he has been able to overcome many challenges to now run an eight-figure company.  Find the Expertise and Execute Well (9:55) Stephen attributes much of his success to the success of others. When it comes to building a company, he believes you don’t need to reinvent the wheel. Instead, choose processes that are proven to work. Nowadays, there’s so much information out there for entrepreneur, you just need to find it and learn from it. Creating an Ecosystem (11:53) After finding success, it was time for Stephen and his partner to grow it. They looked at the problems of those selling via Amazon, as those sellers were their buyers, and tried to solve them. In doing that research, they found a way to incorporate any solution their customers may need under their company, as opposed to referring people to other resources.  This created an ecosystem of customers and services. Part of this includes stacking opportunities into one place. For example, if their customers are looking for supplemental paths, Marketplace SuperHeroes will provide that.  Where to Branch Out (15:55) In listening to their customers via Facebook groups and feedback, Marketplace SuperHeroes has adjusted and expanded their base to meet needs properly. Relating to that, Stephen also differentiates between the type of content you think people need vs. the content they actually want to watch.  Challenges and Solutions (20:38) Stephen shares some of the trials and tribulations he and his company have undergone before reaching success. Even for an eight-figure business, it can still happen! He also shares some of the ways they’ve changed their approach.  Pivoting during Covid (24:02) During Covid, Stephen – like every entrepreneur - had to pivot. In some ways, they had to deal with extra costs, challenges and headaches. In other ways, their business doubled. They found even more success and continue to pivot to this day.  Sell, sell, sell (28:05) Before wrapping up, Stephen shares his advice for those selling on Amazon. In addition, he urges any entrepreneur to sell more things to their existing clients. It is the easiest and fastest way to grow your business, and you can see results immediately.  Links mentioned: https://joshfelber.com

31mins

14 Nov 2021

Rank #5

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Building 8-Figure Businesses with Stephen Somers #MakingBank S6E20

Your online business can earn you 7+ figures.  On this episode of the Making Bank podcast, Stephen Somers chats about his wildly successful Marketplace SuperHeroes and the lessons he’s learned from it. He discusses how he and his partner founded and grew Marketplace SuperHeroes into a now 8 figure business. Stephen learned how to attract clients, keep them, and sell them on more services by creating a business ecosystem.  Listen to the episode to hear more about how to execute well to generate a high revenue online. Listen to Josh and Stephen discuss building businesses: Stephen’s Background (2:46) Stephen tells the story of how he began as a musician before selling products on Amazon with his now current partner. After finding great success in that, he and his partner began teaching others how they too can build seven figure businesses online. Determination Builds Businesses (6:28) Drawing on his experiences with sports as a child, Stephen talks about the important lesson of persevering, despite what others say. By sticking to the plan and ignoring the noise, he has been able to overcome many challenges to now run an eight-figure company.  Find the Expertise and Execute Well (9:55) Stephen attributes much of his success to the success of others. When it comes to building a company, he believes you don’t need to reinvent the wheel. Instead, choose processes that are proven to work. Nowadays, there’s so much information out there for entrepreneur, you just need to find it and learn from it. Creating an Ecosystem (11:53) After finding success, it was time for Stephen and his partner to grow it. They looked at the problems of those selling via Amazon, as those sellers were their buyers, and tried to solve them. In doing that research, they found a way to incorporate any solution their customers may need under their company, as opposed to referring people to other resources.  This created an ecosystem of customers and services. Part of this includes stacking opportunities into one place. For example, if their customers are looking for supplemental paths, Marketplace SuperHeroes will provide that.  Where to Branch Out (15:55) In listening to their customers via Facebook groups and feedback, Marketplace SuperHeroes has adjusted and expanded their base to meet needs properly. Relating to that, Stephen also differentiates between the type of content you think people need vs. the content they actually want to watch.  Challenges and Solutions (20:38) Stephen shares some of the trials and tribulations he and his company have undergone before reaching success. Even for an eight-figure business, it can still happen! He also shares some of the ways they’ve changed their approach.  Pivoting during Covid (24:02) During Covid, Stephen – like every entrepreneur - had to pivot. In some ways, they had to deal with extra costs, challenges and headaches. In other ways, their business doubled. They found even more success and continue to pivot to this day.  Sell, sell, sell (28:05) Before wrapping up, Stephen shares his advice for those selling on Amazon. In addition, he urges any entrepreneur to sell more things to their existing clients. It is the easiest and fastest way to grow your business, and you can see results immediately.  Links mentioned: https://joshfelber.com

33mins

14 Nov 2021

Rank #6

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Building Connections and Businesses with Jeff Fenstar #MakingBank S6E19

Anyone can scale and sell quickly.  On this episode of the Making Bank Podcast, Jeff Fenstar discusses how vertical integration, media attention and more helps you scale. After starting a payroll company around the crash of ’08, Jeff learned the hard way how to survive. After successfully selling his companies, Jeff launched Everbowl, which has garnered the attention of people like Drew Brees.  Listen to the episode to hear more about how vertical integration and media attention can help you scale quickly and sustainably.  Listen to Josh and Jeff discuss scalability: Jeff’s Background (2:55) After graduating law school, Jeff took a job right away to support his fiancé and child. Despite hard work and a promotion Jeff still found himself waiting around for someone else to give him the check. He decided he wanted to make money for himself.  Understanding Sales (7:56) When it came to selling his product, Jeff harnessed his ability to connect with people. He believes that even in today’s technologically advanced world, forming connections is the key to making a sale. You don’t always need to sell someone on the product—sometimes you need to sell them on you. Then, they will start selling you to others.  His Companies during the Crash (14:13) Right after starting his payroll company, the market crashed in ’08. Jeff had to pivot his business model and ended up growing the company regardless. He talks about the lessons he’s learned while managing that business, as well as a recruiting business, which he later successfully sold. Everbowl and Vertical Integration (16:33) Jeff’s wife encouraged him to start a business in an area he loves, which is how he started Everbowl. Everbowl is a fast service restaurant that provides healthy power bowls.  Drawing on past experiences, Jeff started a construction company to build Everbowls, which cut costs and helped him scale quickly.  Media Attention and Meeting Challenges (19:42) Another factor that helped Everbowl grow so quickly is that he garnered media attention. For this, he encourages entrepreneurs to do something media worthy and shares examples. This builds not only attention, but an allure that brings customers in.  With that media attention, Jeff was able to advertise Everbowl on QVC and get into franchising during the pandemic. With his vertical integration, Jeff was able to offer franchises at lower costs and fees, and higher profits.  The Why behind Everbowl (27:42) Everbowl has garnered the attention of celebrities like Drew Brees in part because of its values. Everbowl seeks to make healthy eating affordable, fulfilling, and accessible. Through their mission, they hope to inspire Americans to eat better and feel better.   The 4 Minute Rule (33:58) Before hopping off, Jeff shares a life hack that will transform the way you look at the “I don’t have time” excuse. He says that every day, do something new for four minutes. Learn a new skill or language, read, whatever the case is. In a year, you’ll have taught yourself a new skill in just 24 hours total.   Links mentioned: https://joshfelber.com https://www.everbowl.com/ https://www.instagram.com/fensterjeff/ 

35mins

7 Nov 2021

Rank #7

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Building Connections and Businesses with Jeff Fenstar #MakingBank S6E19

Anyone can scale and sell quickly.  On this episode of the Making Bank Podcast, Jeff Fenstar discusses how vertical integration, media attention and more helps you scale. After starting a payroll company around the crash of ’08, Jeff learned the hard way how to survive. After successfully selling his companies, Jeff launched Everbowl, which has garnered the attention of people like Drew Brees.  Listen to the episode to hear more about how vertical integration and media attention can help you scale quickly and sustainably.  Listen to Josh and Jeff discuss scalability: Jeff’s Background (2:55) After graduating law school, Jeff took a job right away to support his fiancé and child. Despite hard work and a promotion Jeff still found himself waiting around for someone else to give him the check. He decided he wanted to make money for himself.  Understanding Sales (7:56) When it came to selling his product, Jeff harnessed his ability to connect with people. He believes that even in today’s technologically advanced world, forming connections is the key to making a sale. You don’t always need to sell someone on the product—sometimes you need to sell them on you. Then, they will start selling you to others.  His Companies during the Crash (14:13) Right after starting his payroll company, the market crashed in ’08. Jeff had to pivot his business model and ended up growing the company regardless. He talks about the lessons he’s learned while managing that business, as well as a recruiting business, which he later successfully sold. Everbowl and Vertical Integration (16:33) Jeff’s wife encouraged him to start a business in an area he loves, which is how he started Everbowl. Everbowl is a fast service restaurant that provides healthy power bowls.  Drawing on past experiences, Jeff started a construction company to build Everbowls, which cut costs and helped him scale quickly.  Media Attention and Meeting Challenges (19:42) Another factor that helped Everbowl grow so quickly is that he garnered media attention. For this, he encourages entrepreneurs to do something media worthy and shares examples. This builds not only attention, but an allure that brings customers in.  With that media attention, Jeff was able to advertise Everbowl on QVC and get into franchising during the pandemic. With his vertical integration, Jeff was able to offer franchises at lower costs and fees, and higher profits.  The Why behind Everbowl (27:42) Everbowl has garnered the attention of celebrities like Drew Brees in part because of its values. Everbowl seeks to make healthy eating affordable, fulfilling, and accessible. Through their mission, they hope to inspire Americans to eat better and feel better.   The 4 Minute Rule (33:58) Before hopping off, Jeff shares a life hack that will transform the way you look at the “I don’t have time” excuse. He says that every day, do something new for four minutes. Learn a new skill or language, read, whatever the case is. In a year, you’ll have taught yourself a new skill in just 24 hours total.   Links mentioned: https://joshfelber.com https://www.everbowl.com/ https://www.instagram.com/fensterjeff/ 

37mins

7 Nov 2021

Rank #8

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How Emotional Insights Impact Business with Darshan Mehta #MakingBank S6E18

Customers are motived by their emotions. So, why isn’t your company?  On season 6 episode 18 of the Making Bank podcast, Darshan Mehta discusses how insights and emotions impact your business. Using real life examples, Darshan outlines how the way people feel and think can influence what they buy. Therefore, every company needs to understand these emotions responses to be successful. Listen to the episode to hear more about how insights can impact—and improve—your business in a highly competitive world.  Listen to Josh and Darshan discuss emotional insights: Problem Solving and Insights (2:47) Darshan has always been drawn to solving problems. In looking at case studies, he honed his skill of extracting insights. To him, an insight is being in touch with trends on the macro-level. Some of the most insightful people? Comedians.  Today’s Insights, Tomorrow’s Facts (4:57) Darshan points out that everything we interact with in our modern world was first thought of by someone. Telling a story of Steve Jobs, Darshan shows the power and impact of insights on innovation.  4 Factors of Success (6:58) Darshan outlines how if an entrepreneur can save people time, money, and energy, they can be successful. However, if your product or service can evoke an emotion, you may find your success increasing by tenfold.  Talking Numbers or People (9:04) Darshan weighs the value of quantitative versus qualitative research. While it can be easy to simply look at the data and make observations from there, it’s also important to talk to people. Having conversations and observations can lead to great insight, which leads to great business.  Valuing Emotion and Experience (12:01) In using the example of New Coke from Coca-Cola, Darshan explains how the emotional connection people have with your product can vastly influence your success. When New Coke came out, it was rejected by the public—not because of taste, but because of loyalty to the old product. So, keep in mind the emotional connection people form. It may cost you.   Doing Your Research at iresearch.com (15:22) If you’re an entrepreneur looking for this emotional insight, you can do your research at iresearch.com, where Darshan and his team collect the data for you. With iresearch.com, you can get feedback on what your potential customers are thinking and feeling and use that information to improve.  Finding Your North Star (20:15) Darshan encourages any new entrepreneur to first determine their business north star. Do you want to be best in the state or the world? Aim as high as you can, and you’ll find success.  Become Your Best Competitor (21:26) In order to better your business, you must think from the perspective of your competitor. Constantly question how a competitor may eliminate your company, and then incorporate that factor into your business. Links mentioned: https://joshfelber.com https://iresearch.com/ https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/getting-to-aha-darshan-mehta/1140381091

27mins

31 Oct 2021

Rank #9

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How Emotional Insights Impact Business with Darshan Mehta #MakingBank S6E18

Customers are motived by their emotions. So, why isn’t your company?  On season 6 episode 18 of the Making Bank podcast, Darshan Mehta discusses how insights and emotions impact your business. Using real life examples, Darshan outlines how the way people feel and think can influence what they buy. Therefore, every company needs to understand these emotions responses to be successful. Listen to the episode to hear more about how insights can impact—and improve—your business in a highly competitive world.  Listen to Josh and Darshan discuss emotional insights: Problem Solving and Insights (2:47) Darshan has always been drawn to solving problems. In looking at case studies, he honed his skill of extracting insights. To him, an insight is being in touch with trends on the macro-level. Some of the most insightful people? Comedians.  Today’s Insights, Tomorrow’s Facts (4:57) Darshan points out that everything we interact with in our modern world was first thought of by someone. Telling a story of Steve Jobs, Darshan shows the power and impact of insights on innovation.  4 Factors of Success (6:58) Darshan outlines how if an entrepreneur can save people time, money, and energy, they can be successful. However, if your product or service can evoke an emotion, you may find your success increasing by tenfold.  Talking Numbers or People (9:04) Darshan weighs the value of quantitative versus qualitative research. While it can be easy to simply look at the data and make observations from there, it’s also important to talk to people. Having conversations and observations can lead to great insight, which leads to great business.  Valuing Emotion and Experience (12:01) In using the example of New Coke from Coca-Cola, Darshan explains how the emotional connection people have with your product can vastly influence your success. When New Coke came out, it was rejected by the public—not because of taste, but because of loyalty to the old product. So, keep in mind the emotional connection people form. It may cost you.   Doing Your Research at iresearch.com (15:22) If you’re an entrepreneur looking for this emotional insight, you can do your research at iresearch.com, where Darshan and his team collect the data for you. With iresearch.com, you can get feedback on what your potential customers are thinking and feeling and use that information to improve.  Finding Your North Star (20:15) Darshan encourages any new entrepreneur to first determine their business north star. Do you want to be best in the state or the world? Aim as high as you can, and you’ll find success.  Become Your Best Competitor (21:26) In order to better your business, you must think from the perspective of your competitor. Constantly question how a competitor may eliminate your company, and then incorporate that factor into your business. Links mentioned: https://joshfelber.com https://iresearch.com/ https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/getting-to-aha-darshan-mehta/1140381091

25mins

31 Oct 2021

Rank #10