Month: June 2018

Jonny Cooper

Jonny Cooper: Jonny Hates Marketing And You Can See Why Too

My guest today, on the Steve Jobs inspired Join Up Dots free podcast interview is a man who comes to the show with quite eclectic history.

If you take British entrepreneur, piano player, international racing driver and business coach who grew his own business to 8-figures, then exited and
founded, helping coaches, trainers and therapists find more of their ideal clients, more easily, mix them all together you will have our guest.

Which is unusual and similar at the sametime.

As you will no doubt know coaching is huge business across the online and offline world and literally it seems million of people are chasing clients to build their own business.

Ross Menghini:

Ross Menghini: How To Design A Life Of Freedom And Travel

My guest today, on the Steve Jobs inspired Join Up Dots free podcast interview is a man who isn’t just a guest, but I would like to say he is now a friend.

A long distant friend, who is presently living a life that so many of my listeners crave, but feel its unattainable.

So let’s show you all in this episode that is most certainly not unattainable, and with the right mindset, money strategy and vision you can all be doing the very same.  

Today’s guest along with his wife Lucy is travelling the world, blogging, podcasting, and working on monetization channels into their fledgling business Life Design Diaries.


How Do You Find Opportunities In Your Business

In today’s solo show David Ralph answers a question sent through to him this week from a gentleman and also shares a post from his coaching group Dream Starters Academy.

Lets start with the question……..

Hi David

Firstly can i say thank you so much for all you are doing in the world today through your show.

I know it can’t be easy for you to maintain such an output.


BJ Mendelson: Turning The World Of Social Media On Its Head

My guest today, on the Steve Jobs inspired Join Up Dots free podcast interview is a man who ill be honest I stumbled across on the web, but as soon as I saw him, i thought “Right lets have him on the show”

He has a story to success that goes 100% in a different direction to what the world is telling you you must do.

He is a keynote speaker and author, books including Social Media Is Bullshit and Privacy: And How We Can Get It Back.

He first received attention in the late 2000s for turning his financial struggles during The Great Recession into media coverage with appearances in The New York Times, Newsweek, The Los Angeles Times, and others.

robin waite

Robin Waite: Building B2B Business Success As Authentically As Possible

My guest today, on the Steve Jobs inspired Join Up Dots free podcast interview is a man who from 18 years old until 22 worked as a systems analyst for a medical device company.

Putting systems into play, he increased efficiency and decreased cost, helping to make the company 50% more profitable.

For the next he ran a successful design and advertising company, serving over 250 clients, where he delivered workshops and masterclasses to over 1,000 business
owners on subjects including marketing, product architecture, pricing, websites and more.

Now he coaches B2B business leaders and entrepreneurs, offering insights from systems to pricing structure to personal development.

With fearless goal setting and accountability,  his program is turning dreams into reality for clients around the world.


How Many Of You Are Setting Goals That You Really Want To Achieve

Todays Join Up Dots free podcast interview is inspired by a guy who personally connected with via email with a huge statement of intent in the last couple of days.

He advised me of a goal that he is setting in his life and that goal is to have a beer with me in a bar.

As he said on his email “I have a long back story, but I won’t bore you with it, however due to your podcast, your unbelievable personality and wonderful smile (I know I can’t see your smile! Lol)

 I am putting a goal out there for myself and that is to have a pint with you at a bar within 2 years.

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