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The Art of Online Business

[Formerly The Art of Paid Traffic] Are you an online expert working toward the 6 or 7-figure mark in your business? Welcome to your one-stop-shop for practical tips, mindsets, actionable strategies, detailed case studies and everything else you need to build an online business and a life that lights you up. Whether you’re ready to increase your profit through Facebook and Instagram ads or you’re looking to find and focus on the CEO activities that’ll make the most meaningful difference in your business — you’re in the right place. Host Rick Mulready is an online business coach, ads expert and lifestyle entrepreneur sharing his path to building a million dollar business as an online expert and course creator. His specialty? Breaking complex overwhelm-inducing ideas and strategies into bite sized easy to understand pieces. His not-so-secret superpower? Teaching simplified Facebook and Instagram ad strategies you can use to create a foundation for more freedom, leads, and sales in your business. Ready for more income AND impact? Discover why The Art of Online Business has over 4.5 million downloads from ambitious online experts committed to creating profitable and purposeful businesses!
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Oct 10, 2018

My guest today is James Wedmore, who is returning to The Art of Paid Traffic as my guest for the fourth time, and this episode is guaranteed to ruffle a few feathers. James is going to be sharing his approach to business, and it’s definitely not conventional thinking when it comes to entrepreneurship.

James is now going into his 11th year of running an online business, and he hosts the popular Mind Your Business Podcast where he and his guests integrate a conversation of mindset and the mental, emotional and inner game of entrepreneurship – with a dose of spirituality mixed in.

His signature program is Business By Design, where they show anyone whose an online business owner how to step into the role of the “Digital CEO”, so they can grow, scale and experience rapid growth in their businesses.

Listeners of the podcast will know that James was my original coach back in January 2014, and he continues to be my mentor as I grow my business. With James’ continued mentorship, my own business has seen exponential growth. A lot of what we talk about today is stuff we’ve been discussing for a very long time, and we didn’t even come close to touching on all the topics we wanted to cover in this episode.

As James shares, something like 8 out of 10 businesses today are failing, but it doesn’t have to be this way if entrepreneurs would start treating their businesses like businesses. You’re going to hear that hard work and hustle is only going to get you so far, and nothing outside of you will change until you change first.

Want to win a 30-minute strategy session with me? I’ll be drawing one winner at random each month, and all you have to do is give me your feedback on this podcast over at http://rickmulready.com/messenger, telling me what you’d like to hear more of - including topics you’d like to see covered, guests, style and frequency of the show!

On the Show Today You’ll Learn:

 

  • Why James says that most people aren’t wired for entrepreneurship
  • What business really is and why it’s actually simple
  • Creating an offer is the most important thing you can be doing in your business, but it shouldn’t be the first thing you do…
  • How to create an offer and serve your target audience
  • Why hiding inside your work (and comfort zone) is keeping you playing small
  • What separates successful entrepreneurs from those who aren’t
  • What is “conditional living” and the questions we need to ask ourselves in order to create the businesses we want

 

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