In This episode, We get a chance to speak to Jamie Stenhouse, The Marketing Titan
Jamie began his entrepreneurial journey at the age of 16 when he dropped out of high school due to avoiding every speaking situation possible in the attempt to hide his stutter.
After dropping out, he had to do something to keep himself busy. he planned for a life of ‘never speaking’ again and decided to professionally hide behind a computer for the rest of his life.
With that choice, Jamie studied a 3-year course in IT and Multimedia whereby the plan was to avoid ever speaking and forever hide his stutter!
Fast forward to today, Jamie now owns one of the leading Marketing Agencies in Australia.
Watch this video and be inspired.
“Some people enter an industry because they enjoy it, some people enter an industry because it pays well, but I felt like I was being forced into mine because of my stutter.” Jamie Stenhouse
One of my marketing mantras over the years has been “Know your audience (before you open your mouth).”
People will hear your message a lot better if you are speaking their language.
You don’t communicate with your doctor like you would with a toddler, and you don’t assume a Russian speaks Japanese.
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Sometimes, just replying, “You know, I’m not 100 percent sure” breaks the ice and gets a more productive conversation started.
But It’s always a good idea to have some self-awareness of what you really do for a living, so that you can identify yourself with a specialty that you want to associate yourself with.
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Last month, my business hurdled across the 3-year mark. Business is fantastic.
Revenue and profits are at record levels. Lately, other people have begun noticing my prosperous little business and started asking questions…
“What is your secret?” They ask. “How have you been able to build your business from nothing to something?”.
These questions made me think about the fundamental principles I used to build my business.
Here are the six I came up with:
We often falsely believe that becoming successful in business or having a successful business is out of our control and has a lot to do with things like ”luck”, ”the right connections”, or some other nonsense.
But in reality, most successful businesses have a lot of common traits. And it goes without saying that If you can develop and embrace those traits then your chances of having a successful online business will drastically increase.
What are those traits, you ask?
I talk about them in-detail in this video:
The Facebook advertising platform is arguably the best in the world.
Digital marketers of all sizes are running all kinds of campaigns on Facebook right now as we speak.
And the best part?
They’re getting a great return on investment (ROI) on their efforts.
With that said, what works today on Facebook ads may not work tomorrow or next year…
Learn what those metrics are and how to use them for your advantage:
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Building something takes a while.
So, I like to think of businesses as buildings that are under construction. Maybe you’re at the blueprint stage, or maybe you’re sweating it out laying brick, or maybe you’re already strong and steady and working on the finishes. Or maybe you’re doing a reno, or maybe you want to knock that sucker down so you can build something better.
If your business is under construction, think of the daily habits and practices in your life as the scaffolding around it — the steady, supportive platform that allows you to build what you want to build (or tear down what you want to tear down).
Milan Kundera (I’ve no idea who he is btw) once said:
Business has only two functions, marketing and innovation.
If you want to grow your business, you must work on your marketing. Fortunately, you don’t have to work all day on your marketing.
Marketing is like exercising, the difference between doing nothing and just a little every day is cumulatively enormous.
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