For the past few weeks I have been working on finding a way to make myself more efficient. I’ve been trying to juggle different areas of my businesses, wearing multiple hats. Anything from different marketing activities, such as blogging, running events, networking, making videos, writing educational material, all the way on to closing client projects.
It’s a lot of work.
So, I’m giving an idea a try. Check out today’s episode to find out.
Kevin Dubienski from Randomtype joins us to talk about how he’s been able to apply creative ideas to build up a serious internet consultancy out in Calgary, Canada. If you run a consultancy or software business, this episode is very interesting for you. Kevin has leveraged his own interests, for example running chocolate workshops to fill up his pipeline. Enjoy!
LS 047: How an ex-pat living in Japan built a multi million dollar consultancy and product company with Keith Perhac
Keith Perhac, CEO of Delfi-Net and Co-Founder of Summit Evergreen joins us to share his experience as he started his own consultancy all and his new product Summit Evergreen all the way from Japan! Keith is a dear friend and someone I deeply admire, he’s been instrumental to many projects we’ve worked on together, hope you enjoy it!
John Lee Dumas, CEO and Founder of Entrepreneur on Fire, talks with us about his journey to running a multi million dollar podcast, and online company. Such a wonderful and impressive story. We discuss a ton of things, from the motivation to create products, to actually monetizing your podcast.
Steven Bristol, CEO and Co-Founder of Less Accounting, talks with us about living life as an entrepreneur, building tech products and and some more. We learned a ton about consulting, how a consultancy works, how they’ve found a great niche within the accounting industry, and how he’s made a success of it.