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Jayson Gaignard

Jayson Gaignard is a Canadian entrepreneur, networking specialist and author who founded Mastermind Talks, he also hosts the Community Made Podcast.
Recent episodes featuring Jayson Gaignard
S2E17 - The Superconnector's Playbook
Episode of
Community Made
“I think anyone can be a great, great superconnector whether you’re an introvert or an extrovert.” - Ryan Paugh Click to Tweet   In today’s episode I sit down with the Superconnectors themselves, Scott Gerber and Ryan Paugh. Scott and Ryan founded the YEC, an invite-only organization for entrepreneurs under 40 back in 2010, which quickly became one of the most elite organizations of its kind. Since then they have partnered on virtually everything they have done from founding a service-based company to The Forbes Leaderships Councils.     I had the pleasure to sit down with these two fine gents just before their book, Superconnector: Stop Networking and Start Building Business Relationships that Matter hit the shelves back in February and it has since become and instant hit.   From understanding your natural style of connection, to forging partnerships capable of standing the test of time, and how to become a Superconnecting rockstar in your your own circles, in this episode of Community Made!   Reviewer of the week: Nate Lesnik   Select Links and References Superconnector Never get a real job YEC   People mentioned in this episode: Kyle Kramer Steve Sims   Richard Branson Morely Safer Penelope Trunk Chris Farley Gary Vaynerchuck JJ Ramberg Ryan Holiday Tim Ferriss Clay Hebert Michael Roderick Neal Strauss David Hassel  
S2E16 - The Six Ways to Invest In Relationships
Episode of
Community Made
“If I could buy people at what they think they're worth, and sell them at their true value, I’d be filthy rich.“ Jayson Gaignard Click to Tweet Amazing people become more amazing over time and you just can’t predict who someone will become or what they will go on to accomplish in their life. So if you’re looking to build a world class network, if you appreciate the power of proximity and want to build a solid group of peers, then find people who are undervalued, under-appreciated, who show great potential, and double down on them. You’ll be glad you did. Practical steps for scouting new and promising talent, how to capture relationship intelligence, my 6 Strategies for investing in relationships so that you can really nurture them for the long haul, and so much more in this episode of Community Made… Reviewer of the week: Zvi Band   Select links and references The Tim Ferriss Show The 5 Love Languages   People mentioned Ryan Holiday Nick Kusmich Tim Ferriss Richard Branson John Paul Dejoria Travis Kalanick Eric Schmidt Bob Chapman Burnay Brown Dan martell Tony Robbins John Ruhlin  
S2E15 - Prioritizing Relationships
Episode of
Community Made
“If you want a world class network, you need to invest in world class people.” Jayson Gaignard Click to Tweet   I’m a firm believer that all problems can be solved with the right peer group. That being said, if you’re looking to build a world class network then you got to go wide in your networking and narrow in your nurturing.   In this episode I share action-oriented strategies for building an incredibly peer group regardless of whether you’re just starting out or already established as a community catalyst within your circles. You will learn the 5 categories of relationships and the practical steps you can take nurture them each step of the way, why the key to a strong network is subtraction not addition, and how to constantly be re-investing in existing relationships and micro-investing in new ones this week on Community Made…   Reviewer of the week: Sol Orwell   Select Links and References: Warren Buffett’s ‘20 Slot’ Rule: How to Simplify Your Life and Maximize Your Results Summit Series Fire by Judy Brown   People Mentioned in this episode James Clear Warren Buffett Robin Dunbar John Ive Esther Perel Tim Ferriss Larry Page Sergei Brin Casey Neistat Tai Lopez Kevin Kelly Judy Brown  
S2E14 - Making the Most of Mentorships
Episode of
Community Made
If you want to be great at something, find someone who’s the best at it and learn from them.” -Todd Herman   Full disclosure: I am a huge Todd Herman fan. I met Todd during one of the darkest times of my life, and my connection to him has had a substantial positive impact. This man owns real estate in my mind when it comes to mentorship, and for good reason. His digital book, The Definitive Guide on Finding & Becoming a Mentor is the most underrated piece of literature on the subject I have ever read. In this episode of Community Made, the two of us sit down to discuss the many myths of mentorship, Todd's framework for finding a great mentor, his personal playbook on how to be a great mentor, and the many benefits that can be found in mentoring other people...   Reviewer of the Week: Christy Burch   Select Links and References The Definitive Guide on Finding & Becoming a Mentor Seeking Wisdom by Peter Bevelin Contagious by Jonah Berger Give and Take by Adam Grant Luxy Hair Coaching the Mental Game by Harvey Dorfman 22 Immutable Laws of Marketing How to Get a Meeting with Anyone The 90 Day Year
S2E13 - How to Learn from Mentors Instead of Mistakes
Episode of
Community Made
“The best mentors know this: Instead of giving answers, they ask better questions. Instead of speaking in absolutes, they offer points of view. Instead of giving direct advice, they share their first hand experience.” Jayson Gaignard Click to Tweet   Looking backwards on my career, I can honestly say that I wouldn’t be where I am without the guidance of a few great mentors that took me under their wing. I have learned that you’re never too old to have a mentor, you’ll need different mentors at different stages in your life and career, and no one person will take you from good to great and excellent to exceptional, so approach it with the goal of creating a network of mentors instead of looking for the whole package. Why the wisest investment is wisdom, how to make the most of a mentoring relationship regardless of which side of the equation you might fall, myths of mentorship that we tend to take as truths, and the 4 stages of mentoring, and so much more in this episode of Community Made!   Reviewer of the week: Na Ka   Select Links and References How to Find and Become a Mentor by Todd Herman I can’t make this up by Kevin Hart Back Pocket COO by Cameron Herold Vivid Vision by Cameron Herold The Perfect Calendar Steve Sisler’s DISC profiles  
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Location
Toronto, ON, Canada
Episode Count
88
Podcast Count
5
Total Airtime
2 days, 18 hours