Starve the Doubts Interview with James Kinson

starve banner  Starve the Doubts host Jared Easley with Jim Munchbach of SocialBusinessAuthority.com, interviewed the cash car convert James Kinson! James is the cash car convert of The Cash Car Convert Podcastjames kinson

James is a public speaker, a married guy for fifteen years and a proud father. James is an expert in buying good inexpensive used cars. His mission is to help others get their own quality cash cars without carrying loads of debt.

 

 

Here’s what you’ll learn from this episode:

  • The trials James faced when he was in his high school James’ turning point in life  
  • James’ story when their family got financially broke during his childhood.
  • How James rise up from all the troubles he encountered in life
  • James’ personal faith
  • What to do when people fail you 
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    “People will make mistakes and let you down because they’re human. And that’s why we need a God who has grace.”
  • The advice from David Ramsey that motivated James Kinson to become a cash car convert“Sell the car and buy the beater” 

 

  • Want versus Needs: Look cool or get practical? man with shades
  • James answers the reason why he does what he does
  • What matters for James when it comes to life and money
  • James as an instrument of blessing
    “I am blessed to become a blessing.”
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  • How to manage your money budget dollar bag
  • Tip for buying an affordable truck 
  • How to start communicating your ideas to the world
    -   Create your own blog my blog
    -   Write your ideas
    -   Look and follow the people in the same niche as yours Join groups, engage and interact with the people your following
    -   Join groups, engage and interact with the people your following
    -   Build relationships online and offline

 

MY BIGGEST TAKEAWAY!

“Believe in yourself. Take the steps toward your dream. Get yourself in a financial position where you can go for your dream. Don’t believe it’s too far away… Start from where you are, start making better decisions.”     

Additional Tips:

  • “Find somebody that’s doing what you want to do and emulate them.”
  • Invest in yourself not on things
  • It’s expensive to be cool be practical.

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- Michael Hyatt This is Your Life Podcast
- Podcast Answer Man
- 48 Days with Dan Miller
- The Millionaire Next Door
- Power of Habit by Charles Duhigg
- Cliff Ravenscraft
- Ray Edwards
- Mitch Todd
- Pat Flynn
- John Lee Dumas
- Dave Ramsey
- Rachel Cruze

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Starve the Doubts Interview with Terry Starbucker

starve the doubts  In this episode of Starve the Doubts Podcast, Jared Easley together with his co-host Jody Maberry of JodyMaberry.com and New Park Leader’s Podcast, interviewed Terry Starbucker St. Marie.

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Terry is a native from Portland Oregon. He is a leadership consultant, strategist, coach, and angel investor. Terry’s expertise focuses on leadership, business execution and customer care, and teaches people a More Human Leadership.”

 

 

Here’s what you’ll learn from this episode:

  • Which is more important, People or Process? PeopleProcess
  • The difference of “Sales Pitch”
    and “Value Pitch”
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  • Succeeding versus surviving
  • How to deal with mistakes
  • How to set the right price
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  • Terry’s story behind being called as “Starbucker”
  • Terry talked about his experience in Pioneer Nation
  • Are you a boss or a leader? boss sitting

    “A leader calls people together. A leader goes for a cause greater than themselves. They teach, they lead and feel.”
  • The principles of “More Human Leadership”
    more human leadership-  It’s not about you. It’s about the team.
    -  Keep your promises.
    -  Keep your values.
    -  Pass on a legacy to the next leaders by teaching them.
    -  Build a culture of accountability.
    -  Face the challenges and keep fighting.
    -  Give people a reason to wake up in the morning.
  • 3 things behind the “More Human Success”
    -   Business Success, Team Happiness, and Personal Fulfillment
  • Common mistakes in Pricing low price
    -   People under-price themselves.
    -   Pitching sales more than pitching value
    -   The myth of “One Spot Market”
  • How to stand out from other competitors
    “If your product
    is expensive, make your product look expensive.”
  • The meaning of “Value Pitch”
  • Customer feedback customer's thought
    “You can’t serve customers with great product without asking them about that.”
  • Keys to Successful Execution

 

 

MY BIGGEST TAKEAWAY

“Lead well!”

 

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Starve the Doubts Interview with Stephanie Palmer

starve banner In this episode of Starve the Doubts, host Jared Easley interviewed Stephanie Palmer. Stephanie is the founder of GoodInARoom.com – a consulting company and blog, and the author of Good in a Room.

Stephanie is also a consultant entrepreneur whose mission is to help business owners and writing professionals grow their business. Stephanie Palmer

Stephanie worked at Jerry Bruckheimer Films and was a former executive in MGM Pictures.  A few of the films Stephanie worked on were Armageddon, Enemy of the State, Legally Blonde, Titanic, Be Cool and The Brothers Grimm. Stephanie was regarded as one of the Top 30 executives under thirty-five according to The Hollywood Reporter.  

In this episode you’ll learn:

  • What inspired Stephanie in building her own company.
  • Stephanie’s transition from her former career to entrepreneurship
  • How Stephanie was able to enter Hollywood – a very difficult industry to penetratetitanic
  • Stephanie’s takeaway when she was an intern in the production of Titanic

 

  • Bringing the skills you acquired from previous jobs to future projects skills
  • The challenges Stephanie faced from her internship to becoming the executive director at MGM Pictures and how she grew from it. mgm
  • Dealing with writer’s block
  • One thing that Stephanie misses in HollywoodHollyWood

“I love the phase where everyone is working really hard to succeed and accomplish things.” 

 

  • The common mistakes in pitching
    -          Talking too much
    -          Talking too quickly
    -          Talking business too soon
    “So often when people get a pitch meeting or an opportunity to pitch, they just jump right on it with their material.”
  • The importance of building rapport in starting a business conversation
  • Responding to a question were you don’t know how to answer
  • The 15 seconds rule in clearing your mind
  • Stephanie talked about her inspiration in writing the book Good in a Room and who should read it  Good In A room book
  • Stephanie’s encouragement for people who want to write their own book
  • How to become a professional writer in Hollywood writing2
  • Specialization in a particular writing genre
  • Getting a manager or a producer who works with the same material as yours
  • How to connect with powerful and influential people
  • The power of the hand written note
    - Write a hand written note before meeting with the event speaker or guest  handwritten-thank-you-note-300x199
  • Persistence in finding answers
  • How to handle and move on from rejections
  • The people that Stephanie finds interesting

 


 

MY BIGGEST TAKEAWAY!

“If you think that there are people who will benefit from what you want to share, writing a book is a gift you can give to other people.”

Additional Tips:

  • “Less is more! The more you say, the less they hear.”

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Starve the Doubts Interview with Jerod Morris

starve banner In this episode of Starve the Doubts, host Jared Easley, together with co-host Laura Elgueta from LatinizaDigital.com, interviewed Jerod Morris.

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Jerod is the content director of Copy Blogger Media. He is also the host and co-founder of Assembly Call. Jerod is a writer, editor, and one of the most creative podcasters whom Jared considers to have come across with.

Check out Jerod’s work at CopyBlogger.com and listen to Jerod’s LEDE Podcast.

 

In this episode, you’ll learn:

  • Posting arresting images on your site
    Have a variety of sources.
  • Deciding on what contents to write and publish
    Will it be useful for the audience?
  • The revival of podcasting radio showspodcast mike and headphones
  • How to make your contents viral
    – Have a hook that will catch people’s attention in a second.
  • Jerod’s source of inspiration in writing his contents
  • The importance of practicecontent writing
  • Jerod’s system in writing – Set aside time and do it! 
  • Managing your time day to day – Find time and focus.
  • Tips in choosing your Word Press theme
  • How Jerod uses Google Hangouts for his podcast Google hangouts logo
  • What to consider in making your contents adoptable to other podcasts
    1. Maximize the medium.
    2. Think outside the box.
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  • Best topics for Ever Green content
  • Jerod’s advice for people who want to become better writers 
    “To be better, you just have to always to do it.”
  • How to grow your blog audience Blogger with Bullhorn and Audience
    -   Have an Editorial Calendar.
    -   Develop within your audience a level of trust.
  • How to get better in writing when you don’t love doing it
    “Understand your goal, why are you writing?”
  • Who or what interests Jerod Morris?

 


MY BIGGEST TAKEAWAY!

Know your WHYIf you know it, everything may still not be easy but it will definitely be a a lot simpler.”

 

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Starve the Doubts Interview with Ronei Harden

starve banner  In this episode, host of Starve the Doubts Jared Easley, together with co-host April Best from CarelessInTheCareOfGod.com, interviewed the very inspiring Ronei Harden.

Ronei is a dreamer, builder, educator, book lover, coffee drinker, and writer. Ronei’s website is RoneiHarden.comronei harden

The episode moved as Ronei shared the greatest life challenges she had to face in life that led her to a realization that we don’t have full control in life. Nonetheless, we should rise up, move on, let go of our doubts and fears, and live an awesome life! Let’s all be inspired by Ronei in this episode.

 

In this episode, you’ll learn:

  • The best and worst thing in having a unique name
  • The Power of Writing – It changes a person’s mind, reach a person’s soul and change the world! writing
  • Ronei talked about her day job as a high school-home school teacher
  • Ronei talked about her life changing blog post
  • Ronei shared the story of their battle with his husband’s cancer.
  • People call Ronei as a strong woman, but how does she call herself?
  • The challenges in Ronei that motivates her to be an encouragement to people
  • The moment when Ronei was ready to surrender everything to God worship1
  • Ronei’s encouragement for people who feel they’re in the midst of an impossible situation
    “We can’t allow in our circumstances… We have to rise up in faith.”
  • Rising up from the worst situations of life
  • Ronei’s biggest changes and realizations
    “I have realized that I didn’t have much control in life as much as I thought I did.”

    “I realized that my job should be alongside of people instead of dragging and pushing them.”

    “I have learned how much I’m actually afraid of things I never thought I would be afraid of. And how brave I can be to face the things I never thought I would have to face.”  
  • How their family’s biggest challenge showed Ronei a lot about herself
  • Learning to let go of control and responsibilities that’s not meant for you to carry
  • The role April played during Ronei’s adversities
  • Encountering unknown people to help you in your hardest days
  • The importance of having a community finger friends
  • 3 things people need to know as caretakers of crisis
    1. Have a solid league of counselors.
    2. Research and be knowledgeable of your loved one’s conditions and the procedures needed.
    3. Spend as much quality time with them.
  • What provided Ronei comfort and healing during the time of grief
  • The people that Ronei finds interesting

 


MY BIGGEST TAKEAWAY!

“Whatever happens in this life, you were created to be awesome!”

 

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STARVE THE DOUBTS INTERVIEW WITH NATALIE SISSON

starve banner  In this episode, host of Starve the Doubts Jared Easley, with co-host Zeb Welborn of Defining Success Podcast, interviewed guest Natalie Sisson.natalie-sisson-womanzworld-founder

Natalie is known for her unique way in raising her six-figure business online. Natalie is the “suitcase entrepreneur” and she runs her business while traveling the world through her laptop. Natalie is a bestselling author and a speaker. She is one of the speakers in the upcoming Podcast Movement 2014 in Dallas, Texas. Natalie’s mission is to help people create and find freedom in their businesses online.

Here’s what you’ll learn from this episode:

  • Raising funds successfully for your projects
  • Creating an awesome story to capture your audience
    “It’s all about the story.”
  • Natalie defines “Suitcase Entrepreneur” suitcase entreprenuer logo
  • Natalie’s vocation before shifting a career in entrepreneurship
  • Natalie’s reason why she became a suitcase entrepreneur
  • When Natalie ventured in blogging as her business
  • Natalie’s encouragement for starters in pursuing their dream business
    “Believe in yourself!”
  • The best places Natalie went in her travel around the world
    I. Spain II. Brazil III. Laos)
  • Natalie’s Social Media Boot Camp
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  • Natalie’s coolest experiences with her suitcase entrepreneur lifestyle
  • Natalie talked about her virtual teams
  • Virtual tools Natalie uses in her project management
    -          ASANA
    -          Google Drive
    -          Dropbox
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  • Natalie talked about her 100 People Movement people thousands
  • A movement to help people have freedom in their careers by starting an online-based business money from online business
    Life is short.  Build the business that you love that fits around your lifestyle.”
  • Natalie’s encouragement for people who wants to venture a suitcase entrepreneur lifestyle
    “Have a clear vision in business and in life.”
  • The importance of having a vision
  • How like-minded people work
  • The importance of having a team in your business team 2 blak and white silouet
  • Natalie’s biggest mistakes in business
  • Making a difference in the lives of others
  • Natalie defines success – “Living life on your own terms!”
  • Natalie answers the question: Have I already reached the point of success?
  • Learning as you travel to different placesairplaine flying
  • The people that Natalie finds interesting

 


MY BIGGEST TAKE AWAY!

“Go out there, and JUST DO IT!”

 

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STARVE THE DOUBTS INTERVIEW WITH MIKE KIM

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In this episode, host of Starve the Doubts Jared Easley interviewed Mike Kim!Mike Kim

Mike is a business consultant, speaker, and a chief marketing officer.  Mike is also the host of the Up and to the Right Podcast and the MikeKim.TV.

Let’s hear from Mike today!

Here’s what you’ll learn from this episode:

  • Mike’s passion for music
  • What to consider when making a difficult decision
  • Mike talked about being burned out
    “Never let burnout be the deciding factor!” burned out
  • How to deal with being “burned out”
    -    Visualize the kind of life you have if you are not burned out.
    -     Know the source why you’re burned out, then take action steps.
  •  Mike’s 80 hours per week day jobs
    (Chief marketing position, pastoring a church, business in blogging)
  •  Accepting necessary endings
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  •  How blogging became Mike’s avenue in sharing his life and business experiences
  •  The importance of having a life coach
  •  Assessing the career you value mostcareer-choice-assessment door 3 color
  •  Stepping into the unknown path of life
  •  Sharing your potentials to world
  •  How Mike starved the doubts in his life
    “Start within yourself and think big.”
  • Bringing traffic to your site
    -          Share stuff that are valuable to people.
    -          Be YOU!
  • Tips on how to start with your blog blog key pad
    -  Set up a landing page where people can give their emails.
    -  Write guest posts.
    -  Connect with other bloggers.
    -  Launch your blog.
    -  Ask friends to spread the word to your audience.
  •  How to start your own podcast microphone close up
    -          Map out your first 8-10 episodes.
    -          Deliver consistently.
  • Top three books Mike recommends for marketers:
    1. Tested Advertising Methods by John Caples
    2. Ogilvy on Advertising by David Ogilvy
    3. Tribes: We Need You to Lead Us by Seth Godin
  • Why a leader should have confidence
  • Mike’s encouragement for discouraged people – Keep going!
    “The person who keeps on going will be rewarded.” keep running
  • Learning to encourage yourself
  • Focusing with great ideas
    “Set a time working with your ideas.”
     
  • What Mike is most proud of: Helping others grow in business
  • The person that interests Mike Kim

MY BIGGEST TAKE AWAY!

“You are more valuable than you think. You got something unique that you are called and assigned to share and impart to this world before you’re gone. Do the works, develop yourself, and fulfill your potentials.”

 

Additional Tips:

  • “You miss 100% of the shots you don’t take!”
  • “The greatest gift that you can give to God and to people is to fulfill your potentials.”

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