In this episode of the Books By Josh Audio Immersion, I tackle the topic of customers. This episode covers the broad topic of customers. I go over the definition of customers, how to please customers, how to get customers and so much more. This is a great listen for anyone starting or struggling in retail. This is advice from someone who has dealt with customers for over twelve years.
I’ve worked in the world of retail for over ten years and I have learned many lessons through it. One of the most important lessons was the power of upselling. I didn’t get it for the first couple of years but once I did it became second nature. For those of you who don’t know what upselling is, it’s when you sell someone something higher priced or additional add on items. Upselling is important especially in the world of business and sales. In this episode, I go over the basics of upselling.
Many people struggle with the idea of starting their own side hustle or business. One of the hardest decisions is deciding to do it alone or with another person. How do I know this, because I struggled with this question in the past. In this episode, I share some insight on working solo and working in a partnership. Everything I say may not apply to you but the core concept will. Sit back and get ready to take some notes.
When you search Google for the definition of failure, the first result defines it as a lack of success. I disagree with this definition because failure can be seen as a form of success. Coca-Cola was invented as a cure to morphine addiction (it isn’t). Coca-Cola is technically a failure but it’s one of the most recognizable brands in the world. In this episode, I list a bunch of my failures and how I learned from them. These stories won’t be as epic as the Coca-Cola one but you might learn something.
Voice is defined as the sound that we produce but it’s so much more. In this episode, I use the word voice to describe the way we express ourselves. Should you filter your voice? When should you use your voice? Does your voice define you? These answers and many more will be explained in this episode.
In this episode, I compare myself to other content creators. Many people see me as another voice in an oversaturated crowd. So I decided to talk about what makes me different from everyone else. I refuse to use the normal ways to get paid from my content. How does my business make money? Listen until the end, to find out.
In this episode, I go over the importance of prioritizing. What tests are the most important ones? To find out listen to this episode.
Your brain can be considered the most powerful organ in your body. So whenever you use it to focus, magic happens. Our brain has the power to cure illnesses with placebos. So what do you think happens if you harness the power of your brain and focus on something? You get your mindset AKA your current state. That’s what I tackle in this episode, our mindsets and how they affect us.
In this episode I go over knowing what you can do and what you are willing to do. It’s one thing to know what you need to do but do we do it? I go over a story showing my limitations, a short but good listen.
A while back I made a post about the fear of missing out, so now I’m doing a podcast dedicated to the fear of knowing. So how do the two compare? You have to listen through to the end to find out.
A saying by Denzel Washington stuck with me and I decided to do a podcast episode based on it.
My bank fees made me do a podcast about fees in general. This episode will make you question the way you view fees.
So it’s the end of 2018 which means New Years Resolution. Which means a perfect time to do a podcast episode. Here is my 2019 New Year’s Resolution.
Picasso famously said "Good Artists Copy; Great Artists Steal". Sounds like a good quote but does it work in real life? If we copied in school, we got detention. So let's find out if copying works in real life.
New policy in work sparked this podcast episode. I don’t want to ruin the episode so listen and enjoy.
In this episode I talk about a lesson I learned from a story in the book “The Richest Man in Babylon.”
This weeks episode is a bit different from last weeks episode. This week we talk about perspective and opportunity.
This is the final part in our trilogy of episodes focusing on getting things done. It's been a couple of weeks in the making but I can assure you it was worth the wait. So sit back and Enjoy this week's episode of The Books By Josh Audio Immersion.
This is a follow up on last weeks episode. This is the second episode in a three part series on how to execute. In this episode we go over how to follow through on your ideas.
This is the first part in a three part podcast mini series. This episode touches upon how to start almost anything in life. You hear the answer within the first minute of the episode. It's up to you if you want to stick around but this episode might surprise you.