Steve Olsher is a founder, author and host of New Media Summit and Reinvention Radio Podcast.
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$10M+ Exits – David Finkel, Multiple Companies
David Finkel, CEO of Maui Mastermind®, Exited Multiple Companies for $10M+           David Finkel’s clients enjoy an average annual growth rate five times higher than the average privately held company in the United States, and at the same time, these business leaders have dramatically decreased their working hours. Over the past 20 years, David and the other Maui coaches and advisors have personally started and scaled companies with an aggregate value of $63 billion. You make the path by walking. @davidfinkelTweet This A serial entrepreneur, David Finkel is the CEO of Maui Mastermind®, one of the world’s premier business coaching companies, which has worked with over 100,000 business leaders, helping them grow their companies and get their lives back. Also Wall Street Journal bestselling author of eleven books, David’s syndicated business articles on Inc.com, Fastcompany.com, and Forbes.com have garnered millions of readers. His work has been featured in such prestigious media outlets as the Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg Businessweek, Fox Business, MSNBC, and Inc. Magazine. David eats his own cooking which has allowed him the time to start, scale, and sell multiple successful ventures, be on the boards of several other companies, all while holding his working hours to under 40 hours per week and taking 10 weeks of vacation each year.   In this episode, Steve, Mary, Richard, and David discuss: You make the path by walking 3-steps for getting started US National Soccer Team moment and how it helps in business now The Sweet Spot Analysis (www.FreedomToolkit.com)   Key Takeaways: Hire better, smarter people so I don’t have to rely on me How can you put a team in place when the cash flow isn’t there What keeps David up at nights Best Advice I Ever Received: When presented with a challenge, ask the question, “I don’t know, what do you think we should do?”   Best Advice I’d Give To Someone Who Wants To Build A $10m+ Business: Narrow your focus. Most business owners try to do too many things and spread resources over too many opportunities and initiatives. The most successful companies I’ve ever built and ever coached have narrowed their resources to focus on their very best opportunities so that they put more of their best time, talent money and attention on those fewer opportunities that have a bigger impact and can make a bigger difference.   Connect with David:   Twitter: @DavidFinkel Website: http://www.mauimastermind.com Email: david@mauimastermind.com YouTube: youtube.com/user/buildmybusiness LinkedIn: maui-mastermind        Connect with Steve Olsher:   Website:  http://Beyond8Figures.com   Twitter:  https://twitter.com/beyond8figures    LinkedIn:  https://www.linkedin.com/in/steveolsher   Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Beyond8Figures   Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/steveolsher YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/whatisyourwhat   Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/steveolsher/   Google Plus: https://plus.google.com/u/1/+SteveOlsher   Email: feedback@beyond8figures.com   Search for: Recent Episodes.srpw-thumbnail{ width: 50px !important; height: 50px !important; }$100M+ Exit – Minnie Ingersoll, ShiftNovember 13, 2019Rebecca Costa, Dazai Advertising Inc.November 6, 2019$10M in Annual Revenue – TK Kader, ToutAppOctober 30, 2019Recapping the QuarterOctober 23, 2019Steve Olsher, Liquor.comOctober 16, 2019$140M in Revenue – Dave Woodward, ClickFunnelsOctober 9, 2019$100M Exits – Kevin Harrington, several companiesSeptember 18, 2019$200M+ Annually – Chris Cicchinelli, Pure RomanceSeptember 12, 2019$20M Annually – Dr. Angela Lauria, The Author IncubatorAugust 28, 2019$50M Exit – David Schottenstein, Astor & BlackAugust 14, 2019  $13M in Annual Revenue – Steven Sashen, Xero Shoes August 7, 2019$37M+ in Revenue – Adam Hergenrother, Adam Hergenrother CompaniesJuly 31, 2019$16M+ in Revenue – Doug Morneau, Real Marketing Real FastJuly 24, 2019$100M+ in Annual Revenue – Klee Irwin, Irwin NaturalsJuly 3, 2019$50M+ in Annual Revenue – Dr. Lori Barr, The Doctor’s MentorJune 26, 2019$100M+ Exits and IPOs – Kenneth Aldrich, multiple companiesJune 18, 2019$2.5B+ in Assets – Dwayne Clark, Aegis LivingJune 11, 2019$300M+ in Revenue – Cameron Mitchell, Cameron Mitchell RestaurantsJune 4, 2019$1B+ in Assets – Andres Pira, Blue Horizon DevelopmentsMay 28, 2019$20M+ in Annual Revenue – Steve Gray, Primal LabsMay 21, 2019$5B Exits – Jeff Saling, Exited 3 CompaniesMay 14, 2019$10M+ in Annual Revenue – Aaron Young Runs Multiple CompaniesMay 7, 2019$80M+ Exit – Michael Coles, Great American Cookie CompanyApril 30, 2019$10M+ in Annual Revenue – Nathan Hirsch, Freee UpApril 23, 2019$10M+ Exit – Mark Timm Exited 7 BusinessesApril 16, 2019$10M+ in annual revenue – Chalene JohnsonApril 9, 2019$100M+ Figure Exit – Michael Houlihan, Barefoot WinesApril 2, 2019$10M+ in annual revenue – Ryan Levesque, ASK MethodMarch 26, 2019$40M+ in annual revenue – Tony Falkenstein, Just Water Intl.March 19, 2019$25M in annual revenue – Kisha Mays, Just FearlessMarch 12, 2019$40M Exit – Frank Shamrock, Strike ForceMarch 5, 2019$10M+ in annual revenue – Jonathan Cronstedt Runs KajabiFebruary 26, 2019$10M+ in annual revenue – Garrett White Runs Wake Up Warrior Which GeneratesFebruary 19, 2019$30M in annual revenue – Mark Evans, American Wealth Builders, Cash Flow Lead GenFebruary 12, 2019$30M in annual revenue – Mike O’Hagan, MiniMovers, Shore360, and MikesBusinessToursFebruary 5, 2019$10M in annual revenue – Lee Richter, Richter Communication & Design GroupJanuary 29, 2019$10M in annual revenue – Nyasha Gwatidzo, BanyaJanuary 22, 2019$10M+ Exit –  Parham Parastaran, Car-X Tire and AutoJanuary 15, 2019$10M Exit – Björn Öste, DynasoftJanuary 8, 2019$2B Exit – Stuart Taylor, Taylor Nelson and AssociatesDecember 24, 2018$50M in annual revenue – Mike McDerment, FreshbooksDecember 17, 2018$10M+ Exit – Chip Conley, Joie de Vivre Hospitality  December 11, 2018$10M+ in annual revenue- Sabri Suby, King KongDecember 4, 2018$36M in annual revenue- Marx Acosta-Rubio, OnestopNovember 27, 2018$83M Exit- Sharran Srivatsaa, TelesNovember 20, 2018$30M Exit- David Hauser, GrasshopperNovember 13, 2018$30M in annual revenue- Colin Wayne, Redline SteelNovember 6, 2018$50M in revenue- Steve Layton, Layton GroupsOctober 30, 2018Multiple 8 and 9 Figure Exits – Roland FrasierOctober 23, 2018$34M in revenue- Antonio T. Smith, Jr. ATS Jr CompaniesOctober 15, 2018$10+ M Exit- Dan KuschellOctober 8, 2018$10+ M Exit- Melissa Krivachek, Melissa Krivachek CompaniesOctober 1, 2018$11M Exit- Viki Winterton, Expert Insights PublishingSeptember 24, 2018$10.5M Exit- Mitch Russo, Timeslips CorporationSeptember 17, 2018£11.2M Exit- Jonny Cooper, Money DeskSeptember 10, 2018$4.5B Exit- Christopher Lochhead, Mercury InteractiveSeptember 3, 2018$100M in Annual Revenue – Reid Tracy, Hay House, Inc.August 29, 2018$20M in Annual Revenue – Anik Singal, LurnAugust 29, 2018Billionaire Naveen Jain, ViomeAugust 26, 2018Brian Smith | UGG AustraliaAugust 24, 2018Introducing Beyond 8 FiguresAugust 22, 2018View more episodes HERE Recent CommentsMelissa on $10+ M Exit- Melissa Krivachek, Melissa Krivachek CompaniesNancy Showalter on $20M Annually – Dr. Angela Lauria, The Author IncubatorSteve Olsher on $10+ M Exit- Melissa Krivachek, Melissa Krivachek CompaniesMegan on $10+ M Exit- Melissa Krivachek, Melissa Krivachek Companiessolsher on $11M Exit- Viki Winterton, Expert Insights Publishing Podcast ReviewsNot just for 8 figure business owners by PatrickDo from United StatesEven if you're at an early stage in your business, there are priceless nuggets of hard won business wisdom here for you, from people who know what they're talking about! 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REINVENTING PERSONAL GROWTH
Brendan Burns grew up in an environment filled with verbal, physical, emotional and sexual abuse, with parents that were violent, addictive, and chaotic. On the surface, everything seemed fine. He coped with his perfectionism and buried his feelings, all the while attending Ivy League Schools and receiving his JD-MBA from Cornell by 25. He was then off to Wall Street, thinking he had everything all figured out. One year later, he lost his job and girlfriend the same week, which turned out to be a catalyst to getting help and beginning to change his life. By sheer luck, he found answers in the self-help section of Barnes & Noble, never looking back. Six years of deep personal development and answer-seeking later, Brendan left Wall Street to build an NYC-based mission to help end suffering for others. Initially when he worked on personal development, he focused internally. As he began to heal himself, he moved away from the Wall Street model of money, drugs and dysfunction. The final straw was losing his best friend to drug addiction, leaving him angry and devastated and was enough to make him walk away from it all two months later, buying a one-way ticket to Hanoi, Vietnam, growing his Instagram account as a fun pet project, assuming he would come back to New York in a few months and find another job. It quickly became apparent that Brendan was onto something when his Instagram blew up to more than 100,000 followers. He realized he could monetize it while sharing his passion, personal development journey and as a foundation to start a coaching and speaking business. He had found his new path. Brendan is now an entrepreneur, speaker, and high-performance coach on a mission to help others, save lives, and give back. His programs and events are for anyone and have helped people who have suffered abuse, trauma, or drug addiction and want to escape that nightmare and start living their best life. He successfully helped a young woman end an addiction to heroin in just two sessions, has worked with professional athletes, including former NFL and MLB players, as well as C-level executives and clients from over 60 countries on 6 continents. Brendan also hosts his own podcast, The Brendan Burns Show. Tune in to hear Steve, Mary and Richard chat with Brendan about his personal development journey and how he helps others find theirs.   There is a difference between therapy and coaching @brendanburnshowTweet This   In This Episode The Iranian state of affairs The journey to being a life, business and relationship coach There’s a difference between therapy and coaching Boundaries are good but don’t threaten an addict Understanding addiction The free influencer   Resources Mentioned URL: BrendanHBurns.com     Previously On Reinvention Radio Reinventing Branding – In this episode, tune in to hear the RR Crew chat with Cheryl Hodgson about brand protection and safeguarding that brand with a plan.   The post REINVENTING PERSONAL GROWTH appeared first on Reinvention Radio.
Are You Closer To Or Farther Away From Your WHAT?
In this Episode of What Is Your WHAT?   Are You Closer To Or Farther Away From Your WHAT? Steve and the RR Crew take a look back at 2019 and ask ponder the question… “Are you closer to or farther away from your WHAT?”         Book: What Is Your WHAT? Discover The One Amazing Thing You Were Born To Do www.WhatIsYourWhat.com What Is Your WHAT song:   Share your thoughts …   The post Are You Closer To Or Farther Away From Your WHAT? appeared first on Reinvention Radio.
EP0181: Soundoff on Reinvention Radio – Reinventing the solar system
In this Soundoff Reinventing the solar system Solstice or equinox, which is it? After 4.5 years, we’re taking a break in December What are you thankful for?     Share your thoughts …   The post EP0181: Soundoff on Reinvention Radio – Reinventing the solar system appeared first on Reinvention Radio.
REINVENTING BRANDING
Cheryl Hodgson’s childhood, in fact her entire existence, was reframed by her father’s devastating illness when she was 8. She pretty much lost her childhood, but reinvented her self-image as the strong, do-it-alone, Lone Ranger, so to speak. Living the illusion that she had to be perfect and never ask for help or show weakness, Cheryl was inspired to make change when she hit the wall, beginning to understand that she wanted and needed community, connection and currency, personally and professionally. She found her voice and the courage to share it with the world to contribute to entrepreneurs and build a legacy based upon helping others. Cheryl has a unique combination of legal expertise and practical business experience based upon years of experience in the music industry at a manager, agent, and music publisher. An expert in litigation of matters pertaining to contractual disputes, artist rights, trademarks, copyrights, Cheryl uses her courtroom expertise not only as a litigator but as a mediator in cases involving trademarks copyrights and entertainment related matters. Founder of Hodgson Legal and the successful online publication BrandAide.com, Cheryl is focused on providing brand owners with expert insights and advice in brand building. She is the author of the book Brandaide and has been a featured speaker in many professional groups including the California Copyright Conference, eMarketing Association, the ABA Sports & Entertainment Forum, and the Beverly Hills Bar Association. Certified for arbitration and mediation of Intellectual Property Disputes and Advanced Workshops for the Uniform Resolution of Domain Disputes at the World Intellectual Property Organization in Geneva, Switzerland, Cheryl is also licensed in California, New York, and Tennessee and has served as Professor of Music Law at Loyola University School of Law. She serves on the Board and is Past President of the California Copyright Conference. Cheryl is a member of the International Trademark Association (INTA), Los Angeles Copyright Society, and the Intellectual Property Section of the California State Bar. Cheryl is also a certified yoga instructor and practitioner. Tune in to hear Steve, Mary and Richard chat with Cheryl about brand protection and safeguarding that brand with a plan.   Personal brand is more about the person's personality. Tweet This   In This Episode Definition of branding Creating Connecting Community Managing brand reputation Marketing and legal ought to be a team Company culture plays a part in branding Corporate vs personal brand A way around trademarking a title When do you apply for a trademark? Elements of a great brand   Resources Mentioned URL: www.Brandaide.com     Previously On Reinvention Radio Reinventing Personal Authorship – In this episode, tune in to hear the RR Crew chat with Christine Kloser about accessing your authentic message and becoming a Transformational Author.   The post REINVENTING BRANDING appeared first on Reinvention Radio.
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San Diego, CA, USA
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1 week, 6 days