|03:27||Imagine you just had the absolute best day of your life. Where are you going to eat, and what are you eating in order to make your day complete?|
|05:59||Tell me about a time in business where you felt blind or lost. How did you overcome it?|
|08:26||How do you help people throughout your day to day journey of entrepreneurship?|
|09:17||What were some of the ways you were able to achieve your first 100 customers?|
|10:48||Were you using this technique that you preach, or was there a different approach?|
|12:39||Was there a moment where you thought that digital marketing and speaking started to click for you?|
|15:25||How were you able to leverage 9 people and earn some sales?|
|18:19||Is there any technique that you’ve used to get people to be a part of the journey that you just LOVE to use?|
|21:02||If you could meet any one person who could further your business, who would it be, and why would you want to meet them?|
|22:56||What is it like speaking at an event?|
|26:19||What are some habits that you have that have made you more efficient and productive throughout your day?|
|28:17||The Blind Entrepreneur was created for those individuals that may be temporarily blind in business. To those individuals, what are 3 pieces of advice that you could share with them?|
On today’s episode with Alex Moscow we are going to talk about:
1. How to make 300k at an event
2. How to speak for a living
3. The three things to look for when to find the right mentor
Some of the ways Alex Moscow was able to achieve his first 100 customers
Well, when I was younger, I started a digital agency, where I helped small and medium-sized businesses with their online marketing. I landed contracts by gong in front of the potential customer and establishing a relationship with the right people. For the first 20 to 50 people, go out in person and use your ‘warm network’. But keep in mind that is a short term goal; you should use it as a springboard of sorts.
Three pieces of advice from Alex Moscow
- Hire a coach or a mentor – find someone that has the proven results and shares your vision, or at least values.
- Find a good peer group, comprised of like-minded individuals.
- Take imperfect action. It’s okay to mess it up at first – the most painful place for an entrepreneur to be would be on the fence. Try not to be indecisive.