Background of Janet Johnson: 

Janet is a social media maven who's been invited to speak at all kinds of place. One of the thought leaders in the live-streaming space right now. Has an excellent program, 15 Minute Social, does coaching and consulting in the social media space, manages select companies' social media on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

Background of Bonnie Frank: 

Founder and CEO of Women in Biz. As a success coach and trainer, she helps women start and grow businesses online. She has grown her own coaching business through live streaming and has trained many others to use both Periscope and Blab effectively to grow their businesses. Educator by trade. Traveled all over the country doing presentations on how to implement creative and progressive teaching methods like multiple intelligence.

What we discussed:

  • New technology -- live streaming, introduces you to new people but watch the clock to also not let the time get away when using it.
  • Common Core changed Bonnie's view on education, where it has become all about the data and how that data shakes out.
  • Peter Principle - you cannot be wonderful at everything.
  • Our being behind in terms of scores, education and progressing, workforce resulted to the Common Core being created to set standards.
  • Common Core curriculum up everything students are studying by a year making them miss a year's lesson.
  • Common Core curriculum is not inherently bad but how it is delivered. And on top of that kids are being tested constantly.
  • Mastermind types:
    • Napoleon Hill's mastermind is when two or more minds got together to create a super consciousness and be part of the larger conscious perspective.
    • Jack Boland has 8 steps into mastermind consciousness.
  • Mastermind, according to Bonnie, is the meeting of the minds to improve in some pre-determined way.
  • Bonnie is involved in the mastermind about business and improving the business for women who has been in business for 3 years or less.
  • Mastermind sessions may meet virtually.
  • Marketing funnel is all the things you're sending out -- emails, blogs, live streaming talks, and all the times you mention this particular mastermind and who you are marketing it.
  • Bonnie suggested to google mastermind, search in Facebook and start educating yourself on what's out there.

Where to find Bonnie:

Where to find us:

Be sure to join us in our Facebook group: Business Growth Time.

Direct download: 70_Masterminds_-_Bonnie_Frank.mp3
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Background of Janet Johnson: 

Janet can be found as Janet E Johnson, helping business with their social media by managing and doing consults. Put together a program called 15 Minute Social that people learn how to be more social comprises of social strategies.

Background of Terry Bean: 

Author of a networking book, Be Connected. It's about things you need to know to be more effective in networking. It is broken down in five (5) sections: what you need to do before networking, what you need to do at a networking event, what you need to do to network effectively online, what you need to do after the networking takes place and about the universe's relationship to networking.

What we discussed:

  • is about social strategies relating to time management on social media, setting up strategies and plans, having a content calendar set up, etc. in a video format.
  • Strategy is the mother of productivity and helps time management.
  • You need to hone in and focus in this multi-tasking world.
  • Turning off social media may also help in eliminating distractions unless working on a specific project on a social media.
  • Tip #1: Alleviate the distractions.
  • Tip #2: Figure out your core purpose.
  • Tip #3: Have a to-do list to get things done (may be in an app or old-fashioned calendar, whatever suit you).
  • Tip #4: Find an accountability partner.
  • Tip #5: Try to get ahead and don't procrastinate.
  • Tip #6: If it's a waste of time for your business, hire someone for the little works will help grow your business more.
  • Time management will save you a lot of time.
  • Tip #7: (Shaun's input) 3Ds: do it, dump it, delegate it.
  • Tip #8: Use apps.
    • Toggl - narrow to different projects and time yourself.
    • Timer Plus - allocate time for a particular task.
    • Wunderlist - create to-do list.
    • Trello - project management tool.
  • Tip #9: Create a system/process to take the information, dump it and put it somewhere and know where you can access it because every time that pops up unnecessarily causes distractions.
  • Tip #10: Time yourself (in computer, egg timer, etc.)

Where to find us:

Be sure to join us in our Facebook group: Business Growth Time.


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Direct download: 69_Podcast.mp3
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Background of Janet: Help businesses with social media.

Background of Terry Bean: Built one of the biggest networking business groups in Detroit, teaches LinkedIn.

Background of Wendie Pett: Wendie has an entrepreneurial background, a nationally-recognized name in the fitness industry; She is passionate about motivating and encouraging people to make fitness and nutrition part of their daily routine. She enthusiastically teaches the care of mind, body and spirit, assisting others to learn the importance of reaching their full God-given potential through her Visibly Fit™ program—a total wellness and body weight resistance program. She host and producer of her Visibly Fit™ television show that airs nationally every week on the NRB network, UpLifTV and SmartLifeStyle.TV.  She has a degree in Natural Medicine and works as a fitness coach and consultant with individuals across the country. In addition, she has contributed as a feature for, Best Ever You Magazine, BetterSelf, Total Wellness Newsletter, Your Excellency Magazine, iBelieve, Refresh and many others. She has authored several books and multiple fitness DVDs.

What we discussed:

  • "Sitting is the new smoking."
  • We're no longer as active as we used to be.
  • 20 minutes of inactivity that your body starts to atrophy, according to study by Dr. Joan.
  • Work against gravity because your system do start to shut down after 20 minutes.
  • Do "power-by-the-hour" - simple exercises to help you more invigorated through the day.
  • Drink enough water throughout the day which is half of your body weight in ounces.
  • Do small exercises throughout the day.
  • Create a neurological association of exercise in a normal activity.
  • You don't need a full hour to workout. If you do something consistently throughout the day, it's going to help burn more calories, going to keep your metabolism burning and it's going to keep the blood flowing throughout your body for clarity and energy.
  • Calf raises or wall sit while on a call conference, etc. can also be effective.
  • Start with 30 seconds and build yourself with longer time. More muscle built is more fat burned.
  • Working out consistently, daily, minimizes risk of illnesses.
  • You have to eat to live and not living to eat.
  • Eating healthy is expensive is a misnomer.
  • Exercise doesn't have to be a big, dramatic thing. It's all about using mind-muscle connections.
  • Deep breathing helps to bring oxygen to your brain bringing clarity.
  • Break barriers mentally so our body could go where our mind want it to be by joining Wendie's programs.
  • 5 minutes does make a big difference in improving your health in a big way.
  • Walk It Off Now program starting on the 14th of September.

Where to find Wendie: 

Be sure to join us in our Facebook group: Business Growth Time.

Direct download: 68_wendie_pett.mp3
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Background of  Bob Burg:

Bob Burg is a sought-after speaker in company leadership and sales conferences. Regularly addresses audiences from 50-16000. Co-author of The Go-Giver and Go-Givers Sell More; author of Endless ReferralsAdversaries into Allies:  Win People Over Without Manipulation or Coercion. He is a supporter and defender of the free enterprise system. He is also an animal fanatic and serves as vice president of the Board of Directors of Furry Friends Adoption Clinic. Partnered with President Ford in Peter Lowe success-motivation programs.

What we discussed:

  • Bob was asked if a shift in focus can make a big difference in your business and income and he said yes.
  • The amount of money one makes is directly proportional to how many people they serve, as per Bob.
  • Reading helped Bob grow on the inside and results began to manifest on the outside.
  • Bob define a system he followed for sales to be the process of predictably achieving a goal based on logical and specific sets of how-to principles.
  • The Go-Giver in expanded version will be re-released in October with pre-order by early September.
  • Go-getters are similar to go-givers. The opposite of which is go-takers who take without adding value to others.
  • Go-givers are those people who shift from I-focus to other-focus, always adding value to others.
  • "Nobody's going to buy from you because you have a quota to meet."
  • Selling is discovering what one needs, desires and helping them to get it.
  • Law of value - the value  you provide.
  • Law of compensation - impacting a large number of lives with the value provided.
  • All thing being equal, people will do business with and refer business to those people they know, like and trust.
  • Tact is the language of strength.

Where to find Bob Burg : 

Be sure to join us in our Facebook group: Business Growth Time.

Direct download: 67_Interview_-_Bob_Burg.mp3
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