#361 Survive the Internet Apocalypse, Spiritual Steps to Financial Success, Practice Benevolent Capitalism, Produce Effective Webinars & Find Hidden Solutions

On this episode of Business Insanity Talk Radio, we first discuss what the world would be like without the internet. Would we survive? Next, we discuss how being spiritual and trusting your instinct can lead you to financial success. Then, we explore whether or not capitalism is still the best way to go for small business owners. What about a new concept called Benevolent capitalism? After, we’ll tell you why your webinars stink and we’ll tell you how to collect thousands of new leads by doing webinars effectively. Finally, we’ll explore why some people can find the hidden solutions that are all around us and some people can’t.

Listen and enjoy:

 

Segment 1: Dr. Peter Sacco is a recipient of the Award of Excellence in Teaching, lecturing at universities both in the US and Canada. A bestselling author, psychology professor and former private practitioner, Peter has also written over 700 articles in media/magazines as well as several book reviews for Prentice-Hall Publishing. He is a regularly featured guest on television and radio including FOX, ABC, CBS and iHeart, and is the host of the highly popular weekly radio show Matters of the Mind. His new book is called “The Internet Apocalypse: The world without the Internet… How would you survive?”

2:15 – What do you mean by “the Internet apocalypse”?

3:45 – Can people really be addicted to the Internet and texting? How does this happen?

5:15 – What effect is overindulgence online having on verbal and non-verbal communication?

6:30 – How can one balance their use of the internet?

9:00 – What’s the best way to reduce the amount of time you spend on your phone?

10:15 – Could people survive and adapt pre-1994 Internet lives?

Segment 2: May McCarthy is the author of the best-selling book The Path to Wealth: Seven Spiritual Steps for Financial Success. Since 1982, May McCarthy has helped to start and grow six successful companies as large as $100 million in annual revenues.  She is a best-selling author, speaker, university lecturer and angel investor.  She serves on business, philanthropic, arts and university boards.  May has become successful by implementing spiritual principles into her ventures, and it is her passion to pass her knowledge on to others.

15:30 – How do you define spirituality?

16:45 – How does relying on your intuition help you succeed?

17:30 – How May has put her intuition to work.

20:15 – How do you know which instincts to follow and which not to?

23:00 – What words and phrases can sabotage our goals?

Segment 3: Gary Douglas is an innovator, investor, author, antique storeowner and breeder of Costa Rican horses. He is the founder of Access Consciousness and has written 17 books so far. In 2010, his book “The Place” became a Barnes and Nobles #1 Bestseller.

31:30 – Why isn’t pure capitalism the best system?

33:30 – What is Benevolent capitalism? Do you see any companies operating from Benevolent capitalism?

34:30 – How do companies start practicing Benevolent capitalism?

Segment 4: Mike Agron is the executive webinar producer for WebAttract which he co-founded in 2008.  He is also an award-winning author, coach and a frequent guest speaker on webinar demand generation best practices for the American Marketing Association and Content Marketing Institute. After 25 years in high tech sales, business development and global alliances with such firms as Apple, Oracle and MapInfo, he’s harvested this experience to creatively help his clients use webinars to reach new markets.

41:00 – Why do most webinars stink?

42:30 – How do you convert webinar attendees into paying customers?

45:00 – How the WebinarReady™ courses help you become a webinar expert.

Segment 5: Dan Castro is a serial entrepreneur, award-winning author, and attorney who has built many different businesses. His latest book is Hidden Solutions “All around you; Why Some people Can See them and Some Can’t”.

49:45 – Why can some people see solutions while others are blind to them?

50:55 – People can find solutions when they find connections between two disparate things.

52:00 – How do you make yourself open to these types of connections?

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By | January 22nd, 2016|Radio Show|1 Comment

About the Author:

Barry Moltz gets business owners unstuck by unlocking their long forgotten potential. With decades of entrepreneurial experience in his own business ventures, he has discovered the formula to get stuck business owners and increasing their sales. Barry has founded and run small businesses with a great deal of success and failure for more than 20 years. After successfully selling his last operating business, Barry founded an angel investor group, an angel fund, and is a former advisory member of the board of the Angel Capital Education Foundation. His first book, “You Need to Be A Little Crazy: The Truth about Starting and Growing Your Business” describes the ups and downs and emotional trials of running a business. His second book, “Bounce! Failure, Resiliency and the Confidence to Achieve Your Next Great Success”, shows what it takes to come back and develop true business confidence. His third book, “BAM! Delivering Customer Service in a Self-Service World” shows how customer service is the new marketing. His fourth book, “Small Town Rules: How Small Business and Big Brands can Profit in a Connected Economy” shows how when every customer can talk to every other customer, it’s like living in a small town: Your reputation is everything! His fifth book, “How to Get Unstuck: 25 Ways to Get Your Business Growing Again” helps every small business owners move their company to the next level. Barry is a nationally recognized speaker on small business who has given hundreds of presentations to audiences ranging in size from 20 to 20,000. As a member of the Entrepreneurship Hall of Fame, he has appeared on many TV and radio programs such as CNBC’s The Big Idea, and MSNBC’s Your Business. He hosts his own radio show on AM560, and writes for American Express and Forbes.

One Comment

  1. Neil January 25, 2016 at 8:58 am

    I like the insights that mark had on webinars.

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