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What it means to be a

 

Front Row Entrepreneur

In the very first episode of The Front Row Entrepreneur, I share what it means to be a Front Row Entrepreneur. I also talk about my own journey in online business, and why I launched this podcast 2 months earlier than planned. 

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Where do I Start With Social Media? 

With so many social channels and new digital tools and features being thrown at us each day, it's really no wonder so many people are overwhelmed and don't know where to start with the social media marketing. In this episode, we break it down, step by step. 

 

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Make LinkedIn Work for You

Many people think LinkedIn is just for people with "real" jobs. Lawyers, accountants and the like. But the truth is, if you have a LinkedIn profile, it's the first thing people see when they Google you, whether you are active there or not. In this episode I share my tips for making LinkedIn work for you.
 

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Gary Vaynerchuck

Gary Vaynerchuck is all about hustle and grind...or is he? In this episode, you'll see another side of Garyvee. He talks about creating a "new paradigm" of what it means to be cool for young "alpha males". And how kindness is really everything. 

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The Fastest Way to Build a Large, Targeted, Audience

In this episode I share my fail-proof way of growing a large, loyal audience. It takes work and consistency, but if you follow these steps you'll be well-rewarded for your efforts.
 

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James Altucher

James Altucher is an entrepreneur and writer. He's founded 20 companies, ranging from hedge funds to dating websites, most of which he says failed. Following a bottom where he "saw my account go from $15 million to $143 in a matter of months; I lost my house, my friends, my sanity and considered killing myself". Today he's the author of a dozen books, including "Choose Yourself," which Business Week named one of the 12 best business books of all time and a podcaster with guests like Seth Godin Coolio and  Wayne Dyer.

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How to Hire, Train, and Afford a Virtual Assistant

Once I did hire someone, everything shifted IMMEDIATELY. I saw growth in my business almost instantly. My VA was covering all of the administrative stuff and I felt like someone had set me free. I was suddenly able to do the stuff I loved. The stuff I was meant to be doing.