Henry Lopez has over 34 years of diverse business experience, including successful careers in the information technology industry, sales, sales training and business ownership. He is the CEO of Levantae Business Group and host of the podcast The How of Business. In addition to Levante, he is also currently co-owner of a self-serve frozen yogurt restaurant in Colorado Springs, and a Travel Agency co-founded with his wife.
If you’ve ever felt stuck, you’ll want to listen to today’s episode. David Shriner-Cahn is the host of the business podcast, smashing the Plateau, the resource for business leaders who feel they have stalled. As President of TEND Strategic Partners, David works with business leaders who need to get unstuck from a mid-career plateau where they may be in danger of losing the spark that has helped them succeed.
The question that goes to my mind is do you know what your income potential is? The concept is so far beyond what a person might be earning presently and it’s really just a fantasy number. What are your goals? Are your goals realistic? It has taken me 75 years to get here. Good thing is, I don’t think it has to take you that long.
Dr. ROBERT KEITH WALLACE is a pioneering researcher on the physiology of consciousness. His research has inspired hundreds of studies on the benefits of meditation and other mind-body techniques. Dr. Wallace’s findings have been published in Science, American Journal of Physiology, and Scientific American. He received his BS in physics and his PhD in physiology from UCLA and conducted postgraduate research at Harvard University. Dr. Wallace is the founding president of Maharishi University of Management (MUM) in Fairfield, Iowa.
Dr. FREDERICK TRAVIS is a world-renowned neuroscientist who has discovered brain wave patterns in children and young people that correlate with greater moral reasoning, happiness, emotional stability, and academic performance. Dr. Travis has authored or coauthored 70 scientific papers, many published in leading peer-reviewed journals. Dr. Travis received his masters and PhD in psychology from Maharishi University of Management (MUM). After a two-year post-doctoral position at University of California at Davis, he returned to MUM to direct the EEG, Consciousness, and Cognition Lab.
In this episode I talk about the realities of creating online courses: The time involved, the marketing investment, and what the potential really is for making money. There are many people claiming that you can make large sums of money with online courses. This is true for some, but it takes lots of work – and lots of marketing.
Our guest today is Greg Smith who is the founder and CEO of Thinkific which is the platform that I’m using now to create and market my online courses. Greg was working as a corporate lawyer for a large law firm when he launched an online course as a side project. Soon his revenues from his course surpassed his salary as a lawyer and he jumped into online education full time. In 2012, Greg formed Thinkfic and now thousands of people use the platform for sharing their courses with the world. Join us as Greg talks about e learning and starting an online course.
JV Crum III helps established entrepreneurs create a Big Impact and Big Profits by growing businesses that make a difference in the world. He is a speaker, coach, Huffington Post columnist, author of “Conscious Millionaire: Grow Your Business by Making a Difference.” And host of the top-ranked “Conscious Millionaire Show & Podcast.” JV holds an MBA, JD, Masters in Psychology, and has built and sold successful companies.
And in today’s episode, he talks about how to put more soul in your business and make a difference in the world.
Wayne Kelly is an award winning morning radio host who is passionate about interviewing interesting people and teaching anyone how to be a great guest by sharing their passion and stories with media. He’s been coaching ON AIR Publicity training since 2006 and his guests have been featured on Good Morning America, CNN, Rachel Ray, Time Magazine, NBC Nightly News and Radio stations around the world!
Because I recently had hand surgery and have been in a cast for six weeks, I’ve had to deal with some major changes in my routine. I had two choices: I could be upset about what was going on or accept the situation and make the best of it. I really believe that whatever is happening is helping you get where you’re going, so I accepted. I had no choice but to slow down. In this episode, I talk about the benefits that I have reaped from this experience.