The B.E.S.T Model – The Secret Strategy To Making 8-Figures Hosting Virtual Events!- Feat...Pete Vargas
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Last year I got this message from a good friend, David G telling me that he had someone that he wanted me to meet. David told me this mystery person teaches people how to speak and sell on stage during live events.Well, if you don’t know, I retired from selling on stage years ago.So, I tuned David out.Finally, he convinced me to have a conversation with the guy. Truth be told, I didn’t go in with an open mind. But within 5 minutes, my mind was blown.He starts describing all the ways Lurn can benefit from stage speaking. Unfortunately, at the time our schedules didn’t work out so we couldn’t do business together. Well, time goes by and Covid hits. Now, this guy is well known for hosting live events, so I figured he lost his entire business.No, not this guy.Like a true entrepreneur he immediately adapted. Actually, he reinvented himself and his business model.And in a matter of a few weeks, he launched an online Juggernaut and tripled his revenue.How did he do this?That’s exactly why I had to get Pete Vargas on this episode so I can steal his secrets.And get this...Pete generated MORE revenue in April - May 2020, than he did in all of 2019!On this episode, Pete’s going to share with you:  How to become a POWERFUL communicator  How to get your message on stages  How to grow your business through physical and virtual stages.This is a POWERFUL session that you’re going to love.If you want to learn more about Pete, go to Riseupworld.com

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The Email Marketing Show
ResponseSuite
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Everyone Hates Marketers
Louis Grenier
[Replay] How to Position Your Freelance Marketing Business (& Stop Feeling Burn out)
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Growth Experts with Dennis Brown
Growth Experts with Dennis Brown
Dennis Brown
3 Insider Secrets to Getting More Clients with Podcasts w/ Jeremy Slates
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The Science of Social Media
The Science of Social Media
Buffer
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Nathan Chan
340: How Gabi Lewis dominated a $40 billion industry
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