Avoid business closure with these cyber security tips with cyber security expert Bastien Treptel | #528
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Host Timbo Reid’s business has been hacked four times in the past few months. So he decided it’s time to pull in the big guns and find out how all business owners can avoid this. So join Timbo as he chats with cyber security expert Bastien Treptel of the CTRL Group.

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Business of eCommerce
Business of eCommerce
Charles Palleschi
How Independent eCommerce retailers can Compete Against the Giants (E154)
https://www.youtube.com/embed/UbnQrRDTuZQ Jeremy BodenhamerCo-founder & CEO of ShipHawk Show Notes: 5 API of the ApocalypseAmazonWalmartAlibabaJDShopifyThe Power of HabitGrove CollaborativeParker Clay - Leather ProductsAll BirdsBoneless Knee Pads Sponsors: PrisyncSpark Shipping Links: Jeremy BodenhamerShip HawkAdapt or Die: Your Survival Guide to Modern Warehouse AutomationJeremy Bodenhamer LinkedInJeremy Bodenhamer Twitter Transcript: Charles (00:00): In this episode of the Business of eCommerce I talk with Jeremy Bodenhamer, about about how independent retailers can compete with the giants. This is the business of eCommerce episode 154. Charles (00:20): Welcome to the Business of eCommerce. The show that helps e-commerce retailers start launch and grow their e-commerce business. I'm your host Charles Palleschi. And I'm here today with Jeremy Bodenhamer. Jeremy is the co-founder and CEO of Ship Hawk, and also the bestselling author of adapt or die, a leading expert at the intersection of shipping. And e-commerce I asked Jeremy on the show today, talk about how in 2021, an independent retailer can compete with some of the largest e-commerce companies out there like Walmart, Amazon, and how you can not just compete, but also win. Jeremy has a lot of insights on both the logistics side, but also how you can attract more customers by talking about your brand. And I think it's super interesting. So let's get into the show and I think you're going to enjoy this. Hey Jeremy, how are you doing today? Doing well. Charles (01:09): How are you doing Charles? Doing good. Awesome. To have you on the show. I love the topic and want to kind of get into us. I've been seeing, kind of been following the the Shopify guys for a while, and I love the whole concept of, you know, arming the rebels, right? Where, how can you know, how can the smaller retailers compete against some of the big guys? And it's something where I think the world is going to very different ways, right? Where you have these like marketplaces kind of Amazon, like the big ones everyone knows about, but then you have these new brands that are kind of just popping up and becoming almost household names. In some cases you see this with, you know, some of like the big companies, like some of the, some of these, there's just so many retailers now that all of a sudden you, they can just build a brand name. So you're are okay. So you've been around with ship for, you said about seven, eight years now, you guys started that for about eight years. Okay. And you recently came out with a book on also basically competing with the giants, right? Adapt to die. Jeremy (02:11): Yeah. Adapter die came out a few weeks ago and is a survival guide for the independent merchants and how to compete against the giants. Charles (02:21): I love the cover also with the, the dinosaur on there. Very cool. Yeah. It's sorta my voice. Speaker 2 (02:30): So Charles (02:30): If you're talking to a small retailer, if someone's starting, you know, 20, 21, right. And they're, I want to get into e-commerce, you know, I have some products, but they're looking at all the expectations of what you need to do nowadays. How would you start kind of guiding someone to say, okay, you have to compete. You want to come up with a product X also sold on Amazon and tons of other marketplaces. How would you start kind of guiding someone through that process of competing? Jeremy (02:57): Yeah, good question. I would start by challenging them to understand the state of the current marketplace. The fact that these marketplaces by and larger, not friends but competitors. In the book, I talk about the five APIs of the apocalypse. Those five API APIs are Amazon Walmart Alibaba, jd.com and Shopify. And I predict a, a future that I think is a very real scenario where those five companies own global commerce, every transaction, every dollar spent,
39 min
Youpreneur FM Podcast
Youpreneur FM Podcast
Chris Ducker
How to Make 2021 Your Best Year Yet!
It’s the beginning of a brand new year which means new goals, new resolutions, new habits and a new chance to chase it down! Although the start of a new year can sometimes be overwhelming, it’s important to remind yourself of what you truly want to achieve and what will get you there.  QUICK REMINDER: Doors to our http://youpreneur.com/incubator (Youpreneur Incubator) Coaching & Mastermind are open! If you’re interested in being coached by myself, other experts and masterminding throughout the year with incredible entrepreneurs, like you, who are on the same journey, just http://youpreneur.com/incubator (click here) for more information and to secure your place! In this episode, I share one simple strategy every entrepreneur should follow to stay on track and focused this year. Tune in to find out how you can make 2021 your best year yet!  Episode Timestamps [01:22] - A little update about the podcast [04:44] - The value of saying yes [05:56] - How we’ve been preprogrammed [07:22] - Focusing on the right people in your ecosystem Essential Learning Points From This Episode Saying no more often  Our yeses are a commodity Continue showing up for your audience Why you need to invest your time on the right people Important Links & Mentions From This Episode  https://www.youpreneur.com/incubator (Join the 2021 Youpreneur Incubator Coaching & Mastermind) https://www.youpreneur.com/415 (Listen to Ep. 415: 2020 Annual Review with Chris & Erz Ducker) http://youpreneurhub.com (Join the Youpreneur Hub Facebook Group)  http://youtube.com/chrisducker (Subscribe to Chris’ YouTube Channel) https://www.youpreneur.com/podcast (Browse the Youpreneur FM Podcast Archive) https://youpreneur.com/personal-branding-roadmap-download/ (Download your FREE copy of the Personal Branding Roadmap)   Thank you for tuning in! There are a lot of podcasts you could be tuning into today, but you chose ours, and we’re grateful for that. If you enjoyed today’s show, please share it by using the social media buttons you see on the player at the top of this page. Also, kindly consider taking the 60-seconds it takes to https://www.chrisducker.com/itunes (leave an honest review and rating) for the podcast on iTunes, they’re extremely helpful when it comes to the ranking of the show and you can bet that I read every single one of them personally! Lastly, don’t forget to subscribe to the show on your favorite app, using the link below the player at the top of this page.
10 min
The 6-Figure Freelancer Podcast | Freelancing | Entrepreneurship | Clients | Finances | Motivation | Personal Development | Mindset
The 6-Figure Freelancer Podcast | Freelancing | Entrepreneurship | Clients | Finances | Motivation | Personal Development | Mindset
Avani Miriyala
243 | From 6-Figure Freelancer to 7-Figure CEO, Here’s To The Next Chapter!
After 243 episodes, The 6-Figure Freelancer podcast is coming to an end. Manifesting your future is something that I talk about regularly, and I’d be remiss if I didn’t follow that advice myself, as I move from being a six-figure freelancer to a seven-figure CEO. In this final episode, I want to say thank you to all of you who have listened and supported this podcast, as well as talk a little bit about why I’m ending the show and what’s next for me and my team. “I'm sure one day I might go back and listen to all my podcast episodes, see how I've changed as a public speaker, as a podcaster, as a teacher, as someone who shares things with people. You know, it's going to be so cool to see how I've changed and how I've grown. And I'm glad that this little place on the internet can be that archive, that little memento from the time where I ran a multiple-six-figure agency.” ~ @AvaniMiriyala Main Takeaways * When something is out of alignment, recognize it, and take the steps needed to fix it. * I’m no longer a six-figure freelancer which is why I’ve decided to end this chapter of my life. * Sharing is a huge part of learning. I’ve learned so much from the process of making and sharing this podcast. Every time we share something or teach something to someone else, we learn it even more, and that is a magical process. * As you move into different patterns of your life, it’s important to protect your energy, set boundaries, and invest in yourself so that you can show up for your team. Links * Podcast Royale Stay in Touch * Follow Avani on Twitter * Follow Avani on Instagram * Follow Avani on LinkedIn
12 min
Business Lunch
Business Lunch
Roland Frasier
Turn Your Students Into Partners and Win Big With Arbitrage, With Jerry Conti.
We’re finally airing an episode with Jerry Conti, a serial entrepreneur, and a world-class connector. He’s the Co-Founder and Managing Partner of LuxHomePro and now BoomSTR. Like many of our guests, Jerry’s all about strategic partnerships. This episode was recorded in Mexico at WarRoom before things were turned upside down in 2020. Listen for his smart strategy and the insight and takeaways that still hold true. If you’re enjoying Business Lunch with Roland Frasier, head over to our home page and sign up for occasional memos from us. You can also follow Roland on Facebook, where his profile is always full of content and conversation. But most of all, to support the show, make sure you’ve actually hit Subscribe on ApplePodcasts. We would appreciate it! “It's about traffic and conversion. I mean, at the end of the day, that's all we do. How do you get more heads in beds in the short term rental space? How do you get more butts in seats in the seminars? Right? It is, it's the same thing. And so it's just a matter of understanding marketing. There are 600,000 vacation rentals in the United States. And most of those operators and homeowners have no clue of what they’re doing. But I can scale the marketing worldwide because I can do it from anywhere. I can be in Scottsdale and market your home in London. There's no geographic barrier.” Jerry Conti Jerry’s Core Arbitrage Strategy * How Jerry finds the right properties and what he’s looking for. * How to create a win-win (win) scenario for the homeowner, the real estate agent, and yourself. * How to reassure your homeowner and ensure that their property and neighbors are cared for (plus some gadgets that help)! * How this Arbitrage philosophy works better for the homeowner than a long term renter. “It’s better to actually rent your house on a short-term level because if the renter doesn’t pay, you have nothing really to fall back on, and it may take you a month or two, three or four months, even kick them out.” Jerry Conti How Conti has scaled this through Events & Partnerships “Anytime that you're looking to do anything, find somebody that's already aggregated the thing you want and go there first, because you'll have it at scale instantly instead of having to do it one or two at a time.” Roland Frasier Plus Listen Today For, * Why Jerry decided against building a fund * How he turned his students into partner investors “What if I could not just teach somebody how to fish, but maybe fish with them? Like, let’s put the rods in the water together. And, that was an idea that came out of doing this for a long time. How can we speed this up for our students?” Jerry Conti. * Why you need to enjoy people to run this type of business! * How he splits the profits and halves the risk. And more! Click to find us on Apple Podcasts and other podcast players.  Contact & Jerry Conti Visit LuxHomePro.com On LinkedIn Contact & Follow Roland On Facebook  On Instagram  Through his Website  Follow Business Lunch Podcast On Instagram On Twitter
34 min
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