In Episode 023, Jack shares the secrets, the science and the system of presenting in front of the room. In particular, how you should carefully plan the first few minutes of your presentation so that you earn the right and credibility to continue with your presentation. You don’t want to miss this podcast to enable you to stand above and beyond other mediocre presenters with their boring presentation.
In Episode 022, Jack touches on an important topic on crafting the message to match the market’s wants and needs. There is a science behind doing this and Jack takes the opportunity in this episode to discuss a few challenges he and his clients faced in the past and share his experience with you. There are tons of goodies in this episode and make sure you listen to this podcast to find more when you want to strike the jackpot of matching your message with what the market needs and wants.
In Episode 021, Jack finishes off with Part III his real-life experience with a recent mentorship session one of his mentees in the National University of Singapore. The mentee mentioned that her friend who is a start-up business owner defines a leader as a person who co-ordinates resources. Something is not right here and Jack immediately provides his insight about how the mindset of a person can sabotage him/her to be a successful entrepreneur. Make sure you listen to this podcast to find out the exact science and proven solutions to enable you to acquire an entrepreneur’s mindset. It’s a very simple process quite frankly.
In Episode 020, Jack continues with Part II his real-life experience with a recent mentorship session one of his mentees in the National University of Singapore. The mentee would like to improve her skill on leadership and Jack gave her the solutions and insights on what leadership is about. Make sure you listen to this podcast to find out the exact science and proven solutions to enable you to become a better leader and teacher. It’s a very simple process quite frankly.
In Episode 019, Jack begins with Part I his real-life experience with a recent mentorship session one of his mentees in the National University of Singapore. The mentee would like to improve her skill on interacting with strangers and Jack gave her the solution. Make sure you listen to this podcast to find out the exact science and proven solutions to enable you to interact with strangers! It’s a very simple process quite frankly.
In Episode 018, Jack takes one more step further to discuss the topic on who you serve (i.e. your target audiences) by breaking it down into two components with specific examples given to illustrate his points. So, when someone asks you “what do you do” again, you will be in a better position to know whether he/she is your target audience in the first place. Like my coach and mentor, Alex Mandossian says, successful entrepreneurs spend 80% of the time to pre-qualify their clients.
In Episode 017, Jack discusses the common mistake made by entrepreneurs who focus only on achieving their financial goals and not a bigger picture, namely, their business missions, their unique business proposition and who are the target audiences they serve. You see. Hitting a financial goal is not that difficult once you have sorted out the bigger picture. Most people have learned to ask only “how” to do that without asking “why” to do that. So, Jack takes the opportunity to sort out the WHY in this Episode. Enjoy!
In Episode 016, Jack continues his discussion about making a request. It’s important to know from whom you are seeking help because the truth is that not everyone is qualified to help you to solve your problems. It is a risky move to seek help from people who are employees when your problem is about entrepreneurship. It is a risky move to seek help from auditors when your problem is about taxation. After listening to this episode, you will begin to realize that coaching and mentorship, which forms an essential component in business, actually helps you make more money and have more time to pursue your dreams!
In Episode 015, Jack continues the discussion of the risks associated with the entrepreneurs who are trying to solve all the problems by themselves. The question whether there is a need to do it. In fact, from Jack’s theory and experience, what works is for the entrepreneurs to be willing to surrender to the process of being vulnerable so that they can make a request to seek help from other people. Notice that there is a subtle difference between “making a request” and “can you please help me?” Jack will discuss the key difference between these two phrases. Enjoy.
In Episode 014, Jack will share with you the definition of an entrepreneur which he learned from his coach and mentor, Alex Mandossian (world renowned internet marketer) many years ago. He will also elaborate the risks associated with trying to solve every problem you clients have without seeking help from qualified people in your circle.