Chapter 4 - Finding the Ideal Client

Chapter 3 was all about who you are. Chapter 4 is all about taking that and allowing to mesh with who you want to work with. Find them and get your work in front of them! 

Chapter 3 - Stop Listening to Them

Do you ever feel like you are just constantly being told what you should do? And then end up not being satisfied with the end results? Your brand and it's success is dependent on you. So why not be the one calling the shots? In this chapter we explore what that looks like. 

Chapter 2 - Who The Hell Am I?

Defining who you are transcends the business world. Its a basic function of life. Or rather, it should be. If you don't know who you are, truly, you will constantly float. Never being anchored to something stable. What defines you? Who do people see you as? And more importantly, who do you want to become? In this episode we look at the process I took at figuring all of that out, and how it applied to success in building this brand

Chapter 1 - What The Hell Have I Done?

I will never forget the emotions I felt when I walked into my bosses office and quit my 9 to 5. I was excited, but so scared I was making a huge mistake. The comfort of my office and my steady pay check was nice to look forward to. But I also knew that if I really wanted to do this, I had to leave my day job. In this episode we talk about that day and talk about the steps I took to investing in both myself and my business to ensure I would never have to step foot into another 9 to 5 day job again. 

Foreword - What The Hell Are We Doing?

Here we go again! Another podcast? Sort of... Another guy telling us what we should and shouldn't be doing? Not really... This is simply my story. A multi part story on how I took 1 client and turned that into a an industry leading brand. I will lead you though my story as a business owner, the wins the losses and everything in between all the meanwhile, exploring what it means to build a brand that has staying power. This is my playbook. Do with it what you want. Some it might help, others maybe not. But I think listening can give you perspective regardless of where you are at in your journey to building a better business.