INSPIRING STORIES FROM CREATIVE ENTREPRENEURS
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“Sharing The Stories of Others to Inspire Us All.”
THE LATEST SESSION:
I just had to involved Scott Oldford in The Successful Mistake, because not only did he unearth more success as a teen that many do in a lifetime, but he continues to reinvent himself today as he hones in on his best self.
In terms of compelling tales and a fine #GreatMistake, I had confidence he’s step up and a deliver a beauty. Which he did, by the way, because he talked about the dangers of believing your hype, losing sight of who you and those around you, and falling into deep debt because you wandered off course. I love this talk, and I have a sneaky feeling you might, too.
Tim Grahl knows a thing or two about how to sell books, so when it comes to involving folk in The Successful Mistake (a book I hope at least a few people buy), he’s a man I just had to reach out.
Sharing his #GreatMistake, Tim shares a few valuable nuggets about separating your passion from the purpose you have yo offer, and finding a way to bridge these important traits. A true gem of a chat, and one I’m excited to share with you right now.
What can I say about John Corcoran, other than he’s had a rather a varied background, done a little of everything, but always focussed on the importance of relationships. As someone who appreciates this too, I figured he’d be a good fit for The Successful Mistake.
John did falter along the way, however, tried to do it on his own, and forgot about his network at times. This is what his #GreatMistake centres around, and I for one am glad he shared it with me – which means I can share it with you right now!
When I first heard about Grant Baldwin, and his podcast, and his speaking ways, and the fact that word on the grapevine is he’s awesome, I decided he’d HAD to be part of The Successful Mistake.
So I asked him, and he agreed, and all is right with the world. Talking about his #GreatMistake, and how he learned to validate his ideas, Grant shares a web of wisdom I’m excited to pass on to you… right here… right now. You ready? Good, lets do this!
Jared Easley is not only the host and head honcho of Starve the Doubt (a rather cool as funk podcast), but one of the men behind Podcast Movement: a conference for podcasters, by podcasters.
As you can imagine, he’s the type of person I wanted to be part of The Successful Mistake, and boy did he blow me away with his stories, wisdom, and so much more. Focussing on building a product for his audience, you can a lot from this wee chat of ours. A biggie, that not only applies to podcasters, but business folk in general.
One of the great things about the online world is, the follow-the-breadcrumbs seduction we slips into each day. You read one article, which leads to another, and then a new person, who introduces you to someone else. This is how I came across Greg Hickman, because after interviewing lots of folk for The Successful Mistake, his name kept cropping up.
After a while I took notice, peeked into his world, and dropped my jaw as I fell in love with his style. I’m happy to say he agreed to be part of my book, and this very podcast, too. That’s why you’re here, and soon you’ll dive into his story: a tale all about finding your niche before it’s too late.
Chris Cerrone is a podcaster and overall online maverick, sharing inspiring tales and such for the world to enjoy. As you can imagine, he’s the kind of person I like, and the sort of person who needs to be part of The Successful Mistake.
So I asked him to share his #GreatMistake, and he kindly obliged my request. The Result…? This very interview, and boy are you about to be blown away by his wondrous ways. We all have a single body that defines who we are. Without it, and without our health, what are we? I can’t wait to share this with you, because you’ll soon appreciate yourself a whole lot more.
When I came across 33 Voices, I was blown away with the amount of incurable interviews with inspiring folk. Considering this is what drove me to write The Successful Mistake (well, one of the reasons), I NEEDED to reach out to Moe Abdou and connect with his fine self.
He didn’t disappoint, either, sharing lots of stories aimed at helping folk like you and me grow. Through his calm voice and tender tones, you’ll fall in love with this guy. And fall in love with 33 Voices too, for it provides hour-upon-hour of fantastic content. Enjoy…