On this episode Dave interviews Anthony Truck about different aspects of your identity and what you can do to shift from where you are to where you want to be. He compares it a vehicle that needs to shift gears when it starts working harder than it can handle. We need to make a shift in our identity to be able to move to a higher gear. Here are some things you’ll hear about in this episode:
So listen in to hear Anthony and Dave talk about income identity and share some advice on how to achieve your goals.
On this episode Dave interviews Alex Hormozi about his concept for a hybrid sales strategy. Instead of just selling offline or online, Alex is combining both ways and benefiting from all the positive aspects and none of the negative. Here are some of the things you’ll hear about on this episode:
So listen in to hear all the valuable information and advice that Dave and Alex share and find out how hybrid sales could help your business.
On this episode, Dave talks about the importance of going all in on your goals and dreams and how he likens it to “committing like a pig”. Here are some things you’ll hear on this episode:
So listen in to hear what it means to “commit like a pig” and follow your dreams relentlessly.
On this episode Dave talks about the importance of knowing your numbers. How it is not only important to know how much money it costs you to acquire a customer, but how much money it will take to keep that customer. Here are some of the things he talks about:
So listen in to get some expert advice from Dave on how you can scale your business even more by knowing how and where to focus your time and energy.
On this episode, Dave interviews Jonathan Soares, the CEO of Agency Labs, about what “social selling” is and why it is important. Here are some of the things they talk about:
So listen in to hear how the concept of “social selling” can help you and your business.
On this episode, Dave talks about Steve Jobs’ commencement speech at Stanford University in 2005 and how it relates to Dave personally and as an entrepreneur. Here are some things you’ll hear about:
So listen in to hear Dave’s take on Steve Jobs’ famous speech and how he tries to implement the lessons and principles into his daily life.
On this episode, Dave interviews Melanie Knueven, Russell’s executive assistant, about her role in the Clickfunnels company. From her work organizing massive events with thousands of attendees all the way down to organizing Russell’s desk, she is very important in keeping the company running like a well oiled machine! Here are some of the things they talk about:
So listen in to hear some fun stories about working for Russell, some advice on running events, and what you should look for when you are hiring an executive assistant for your company.
On this episode Dave talks about the struggles of balancing your personal life and your business life while you are on vacation. You need to be able to shut work out during family time, but then there should also be time to keep your business life healthy. Here are some things you’ll hear about:
So listen in to hear a ton of advice on how you should divide up your work and play time while you are on vacation so that you can hopefully keep everyone happy and keep your business healthy.
On this episode, Dave talks about Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson’s success story. At one point he had less than $7 to his name, yet he was still able to become successful. Here are some of the things you’ll hear about in this episode:
So listen in to hear how you can focus harder on your goals if you are able to see the value of your own “7 bucks” story.
On this episode Dave interviews two of his sons, Chandler and Parker, about the lessons they have learned from Dave throughout their childhood. Here are some of the things you’ll hear about:
So listen in to hear Dave and his boys laughing and joking about some of their childhood stories and some of the lessons they have learned from them.
On this episode, Dave interviews Jake Leslie , the lead graphics designer for Clickfunnels. Jake started as a football player, but after breaking his back during his junior year of high school, he changed his focus to art. Here are some of the things you’ll learn about on this episode:
So listen in to hear Jake’s advice on how you can use design to improve your brand and spice up your funnels!
On this episode Dave talks about the importance of decision making in your company. Here are some of the things he talks about so you can try to avoid death by decision.
So listen in to find out how you can become stronger and more confident in all the decisions you need to make.
On this episode Dave talks about a storytelling process he recently heard about from Natalie Hodson. Here are some of the things you’ll hear about:
So listen in to hear about the difference of telling a story as if it were a wound or a scar.
On this episode Dave interviews Drew Manning about his success with Clickfunnels, along with some of the ideals and principles he uses in his business. Here are some things you’ll hear about on today’s episode:
So listen in to hear how Drew’s advice on how to find successes, even if you are a pioneer in your industry.
On this episode, Dave interviews Ryan Lee about how Clickfunnels has affected his business. Ryan is in the financial services industry, but teaches the complete opposite of what traditional financial planners teach. Here are some of the things you’ll learn on this episode:
So listen to this episode to hear how you can blow your competition so far out of the water, that you actually start training them your system!
On this episode, Dave interviews Brent Coppieters about his role with Russell Brunson and Clickfunnels. Over the last 13 years, Brent has been helping Russell in many different capacities. Here are a few things you’ll hear them talk about:
So listen it to hear Brent’s origin story and to pick up on some of his expert advice!
Welcome back to the second half of Dave’s interview with Todd Dickerson. On this episode, Dave and Todd go into the story of how Clickfunnels began and some of the struggles and successes they faced along the way. You’ll hear about:
So listen in to find out more about Todd’s story, and to hear his advice for entrepreneurs who are just starting out.
Welcome to the new version of Funnel Hacker Radio. On this episode, Dave interviews Clickfunnels co-founder Todd Dickerson about his story leading up to the creation of Clickfunnels. Here are some fun things to hear in this episode:
So listen in to hear Todd Dickerson’s journey from the early days of basic internet websites to the start of the Clickfunnels revolution.
On this episode, Dave explains what changes are in store for the Funnel Hacker Radio podcast. Upcoming episodes are going to feature interviews with influential people from the Clickfunnels team. Our focus going forward is to help you gain the tools and insights you need to continue to grow your own business, by sharing our personal experiences.
On this episode Dave talks about why it is so important to take some time to sit down and think about ways that you could do things differently in your business, specifically focusing on how you can do things better instead of changing what you do. He gives 4 different examples of entrepreneurs who, instead of changing their product, changed an aspect of how they sold their product and it made them household names.
On this episode, Dave goes over 11 secrets that he learned while at Keith Cunningham’s retreat. He talks about FOWTW and what it means, and how you can find out if you are selling vitamins or aspirin. He talks about how your business needs to be deep like a river and how you can’t have the perfect balance between speed, quality and price (you can only have two). Listen in to find out all 11 secrets that can help you grow your business.
On this episode, Dave continues talking about the things he learned during his 4 day retread with “The Real Rich Dad”. He talks about hiring for skill versus hiring for deliverables, he explains how managers control but leaders inspire. He explains how and why you should try to train your employees to be able to solve problems, and he goes into detail about the importance of not just acquiring customers, but also the cost to keep them.
On this episode Dave talks about things he learned during his 4 day retreat with "The Real Rich Dad". He talks about not letting fear ruin your business, progressing from operator to visionary, how good marketing can replace your need for salesmen, how and why you need to identify the problems that could damage your business, and much more!
On this episode, Dave talks about the difference between a goal and a standard and why goals just don't work. He explains how you need to set a standard that you will personally live up to in order to accomplish your dreams. Goals can easily be missed, but a standard is something you will achieve without fail.
On this episode, Dave explains the concept of the six different hats that represent the different types of mindsets you could have when making difficult business decisions. Each hat is a different color and stands for a different attitude. Listen in to find out how you can use this process in your business!