035: Lindsay Padilla on Picking up the Signs

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Real life relationship standing by ready for your ears!

Lindsay and I have known each other for a relatively short amount of time… BUT… during that time we’ve travelled, roomed, laughed, danced, drank and dreamed together more times than either of us can count.

At the time of publishing we’re set to be together again in a couple of days at Stu McLaren’s Tribe Live in Toronto.

Tune in to hear a raw account of how Lindsay has managed to walk away from her career in Academia to grow a flourishing business from the ground up… simply by following the signs.

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034: Bushra Azhar on Creating Mass Appeal

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This episode is PACKED full with action items you’re going to love.

Introducing, the truly inimitable Bushra Azhar to the Business Beyond Belief Podcast.

Bushra is a Persuasion Strategist and founder of The Persuasion Revolution, where tiny businesses make big bucks, using the Psychology of Persuasion.

She started her business in 2014 and managed to go from an absolute nobody (her words, not mine!) to making almost $2 million in less than three years, all through the power of persuasion.

During this episode we cover:

  • Why you need a 20% product
  • Why converting as many people as possible is the starting point
  • “Worry less about the who and worry about getting as many of them as possible to say YES!”
  • What “fast growth” really looks like behind the scenes
  • How even at the elusive ‘6-figures’ you can still not feel like a “real” business owner

Check out everything Bushra at www.thepersuasionrevolution.com

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033: The Hardest Q I’ve Ever Been Asked

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In this short episode I talk about the single toughest Q I’ve ever had to ponder and dive into why it was so challenging.