Host Jim Schubert would not even be here doing this show if today’s guest wasn’t a part of his life. Tune into this episode with guest and podcasting expert Josh Tapp, where it's about building relationships–whether you think it will help you or not. Discover the power of outsourcing, identifying “pools of problems,” and the truth behind what connecting others will do for YOU in a time of need,
3 Key Takeaways
Never Split the Difference by Chris Voss
Business Masterclass by Billy Wagner
Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill
Living Forward by Michael Hyatt et al.
Pantheon.fm (the top podcasters all gathered together)
About Josh Tapp
Josh is the host of the Apple iTunes Top 50 Marketing Podcast, The Lucky Titan.
He is a lifestyle entrepreneur, high-performance business coach, and keynote speaker.
Having interviewed and shared the stage with over 500 of the world’s top entrepreneurs, Josh created The Pantheon method as a simple roadmap for any entrepreneur to build a thriving personal brand.
He believes that entrepreneurship is the remedy to nearly every issue in this world, and spends his time promoting entrepreneurship across the globe.
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[1:40] Jim introduces guest Josh Tapp and explains how Josh’s influence has changed his life podcasting
[4:11] Josh explains why mastering your presence is about being present when someone needs you
[8:00] You already have what you need to be successful; people actually just want a genuine true connection
[12:15] How has Josh turned his influence into something that he can be paid for?
[16:45] Josh explains his “toilet time” theory: find the time to connect people when you’re already sitting around
[20:40] Figure out who to connect with who by identifying the “pools of problems”
[26:00] The power of podcasting: Josh explains what this can do for agents looking to master their influence in a niche market
[32:50] Josh answers AGA’s rapid-fire question round with new questions
[38:55] Niche-specific companies
[45:00] Focus on value first