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Ep. 206: Doug is Lactose-Intolerant. Strick Doesn’t Like Mayo. Check, please.

Get sick with The Nice Guys on today's episode

Get sick with The Nice Guys on today's episode

Doug- @DJDoug

Strickland- @NiceGuyonBiz

 

Intro

Peace Out Work

  • When you are leaving a job, do your best to be straight with them
    • Do the best not to burn a bridge either, because you never know when you might need that connection or reference
  • Make sure that when you leave your job, that you have another job to go to
    • Or you have won the lottery
    • Or you just
  • People get so wrapped up emotionally in why they are leaving their job, that they forget to make a plan
  • Does Doug know how to pronounce “harassment”?
  • Netflix has very few rules
    • They hire the right people so that they have to have the fewest rules possible
    • They also try to push out low performers
    • Netflix has no limit on vacation days
    • They do not do expense reports!
  • The 80/20 rule: 80% of productivity comes from 20% of your personel
    • Everyone has their own specialty and personality

No Filter

  • Beat a dead horse or beat someone with a dead horse? Hmm
  • Doug is lactose-intolerant
  • Strick does not like mayonnaise

 

Show notes: Production Assistant - Anna Nygren http://www.annavnygren.com/

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Ep. 203: Learn how to put profit first with Mike Michalowicz

Doug- @DJDoug

Strickland- @NiceGuyonBiz

Mike- @MikeMichalowicz

 

Mike Michalowicz had it all, lost it all, and then wrote a book about what he learned from that. Hear his whole story on The Nice Guys today.

Find out answers to all these questions:

 

- You talk about this adding money into the bank first, profit first, but what happens if you have debt?

Expenses. It’s only $10, it’s only $20 a month but I am being fucked by small charges that all add up to a big Amex bill every month, how do I fix this?

What’s the goal of all of this?

You talk about in the book this windfall of cash from selling a business and subsequent ugly period. How did this scare you and why did you decide to change?

The reality of it is this is so simple, but what do you find is the biggest reason people haven’t changed to a “profit first” system?

How can I make my business and life profitable and do it immediately?

 

Here's Mike's website- http://www.mikemichalowicz.com/

 

Get Mike's "Profit First: A Simple System to Transform Any Business from a Cash-Eating Monster to a Money-Making Machine." book here

 

Or his book "The Pumpkin Plan: A Simple Strategy to Grow a Remarkable Business in Any Field" but not until there are fucking leaves on the ground.

 

Clck here to see all of Mike's books

 

Show notes: Production Assistant - Anna Nygren http://www.annavnygren.com/

 

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Go to Nice Guy Community sign-up and we'll send you the free E-Book "The 5 biggest (relationship) mistakes in business."

 

Get Doug's Amazon #1 Bestselling book Nice Guys Finish First here. 

 

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Ep. 189: Matt White and the Funnel of Customer Awesomeness!

Doug- @DJDoug

Strickland- @NiceGuyonBiz

Matt- @matthew_j_white

 

You could have 100,000 listeners for a show, have great content but if you don't optimize your info, no one is going to fucking find it let alone read it.

  • Whenever you create good content, people are going to want more
    • Get to a point where you help someone so much that they have to come to you to buy your services
  • You want to become a trustworthy source of knowledge in your community
  • Give the customer a taste of what you have to offer in several different presentations (blogs, articles, free eBook)
    • Then you give the customer the option to buy your services
  • If you are going to write a book, the best way to sell your book is to go out and talk about it!
    • The value of having written a book is increased credibility

Action Steps:

  • Answers peoples' questions
  • On your website, instead of trying to sell your products or info about you, why notdesign or advertise something to directly help the customer
    • For example, have your banner say, "How can we help you?" instead of "Buy x, y, and z!"

 

Contact Info and Links

http://www.joltcms.com/

Get Matt's book- "Stop Selling, Start Helping!"

Or his other book: "Married to Jesus"

Jolt CMS on LinkedIn

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Does Size Matter? Doug Shares His Little Thing Theory with Strickland

Why does Starbucks charge $5.00 for a cup of coffee? Because they can. Also, they pay attention to the small things. Hear how important that is on The Nice Guys today.

The Nice Guys are giving you a bonus this week- A new episode every day! Regular Tuesday and Friday interviews, and Dough and Strickland together Monday, Wednesday and Thursday. Fill up your week with The Nice Guys.

Lenscrafters or VisionWorks? Hear how one company did the small things right and got Doug to happily spend $1000.00; and the other didn't and lost all of Strickland's business forever.  

- Hear Doug say "It looks like it came out of a chicken's ass."

- Dr. Russel Clayton, and Mohammad- We haven't heard from you yet! Still waiting on our show intros…

- Shout out to Julia Miller with Seattle NACE!

-If you're ever in Kirkland, WA check out the Woodmark Hotel- http://www.thewoodmark.com/

 

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Ep. 121: Interview with Productivity Master Chris Bailey

Chris Bailey published an incredible book called The Productivity Project, Accomplishing more by managing your time, attention and energy.

I'll let Chris tell you a little about himself:

1. I’m Buddhist, and meditate for 30 minutes every day. I first became enamored with meditation and Buddhism through my yoga practice, and haven’t stopped practicing since. (It might seem weird that someone who’s into productivity is into Buddhism and meditation, but I think the two can work together in really interesting ways.)

2.  He graduated University with a business degree with specializations in marketing and management.While I’m into some things that seem hippie-dippy on the surface (like meditation), I think my business-y mind helps me cut through all of the bullshit out there so I can focus on the practical side of everything I write about and experiment with.

3. I grew up in Canada, and have lived here all my life. If you notice a lot of politeness in the way I talk, this is why. I currently live in the nation’s capital, Ottawa, and absolutely love it here. If you come to visit, I’ll treat you to poutine and a beaver tail.

4. I have had some cool work experience, even though I’m 25. I was fortunate enough to work a few fun co-op internships throughout University, including one where I independently hired about 200 co-op students for a global telecom firm (my school named me their Co-op Student of the Year for this job). I also worked a few corporate jobs throughout University so I could graduate with as little debt as possible.

5. A few of my favorite things in the world: Green tea, writing, typography, space, technology (I’m a huge nerd), em dashes (they’re so versatile!), and Oxford commas.

Get a copy of his book at http://alifeofproductivity.com/

Some great articles he's written- http://alifeofproductivity.com/best-things-ive-written/

Cool experiments to try- http://alifeofproductivity.com/experiments/

Ferris Bueller- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qEGMse-VCgs

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Ep. 105: Mindhacking master Sir John Hargrave went 21 days without food just to prove he could do it. Hear the story on the show today

 I interviewed Sir John Hargrave in the very last hours of his 21 day fast. Hear all about it and how you can hack your mind yourself on The Nice Guys today.

 

Here's what we learned on the podcast today:

Identify and change the thought loops that may be holding you back in your business and life.

Don't let others plant bad seeds in your mind.

Positive thought loops can help make your mind stronger.

The limitations you put on yourself are largely self-imposed.

It is incredibly important to stop, and breathe sometimes.

You can train your brain to focus on the positive and avoid the negative. 

Play "What was I just thinking?" all day to improve your attitude and outlook.

Always remember- You are not your mind.

 

How to getin touch with John Hargrave:

jhargrave@mediashower.com

 

Get the book- Mind Hacking: How to Change Your Mind for Good in 21 Days:

http://www.amazon.com/Mind-Hacking-Change-Your-Good/dp/1501105655/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1454990707&sr=1-1&keywords=mindhacking

Get your 21 Day mind hacking app here- http://www.mindhacki.ng/

Sir John Hargrave, author of the new book MIND HACKING: HOW TO CHANGE YOUR MIND FOR GOOD IN 21 DAYS, is going without food for 21 days, to show how ordinary people can achieve amazing feats of willpower, by hacking their minds. 

According to Sir John, mind hacking can be used to reprogram any number of behaviors or habits, from conquering anxiety, to improving relationships, to building careers. The trick is rooting out "problem thinking," a process he likens to "debugging" a computer.

"When I tell people I'm going 21 days without food, the first thing they say is, 'Don't die,'" he remarked. "That's a scary thought: this experiment might kill me. But the mind hack I quickly put into place was, I will not die, and in fact will become stronger. That is one of the dozens of mind hacks I will use to survive this extreme mental trial."

Sir John, who started his career as a computer programmer, has a step-by-step system for learning to reprogram the mind. These are presented in his book MIND HACKING as a series of easy "lessons" that anyone can use to rewrite their thought patterns, and in turn, their lives. 

"Your thoughts create your habits, your habits create your actions, and your actions create your life," he said. "In order to change your life, you have to start where your life begins -- in the mind."

To learn more about Sir John's inspiring story, you can follow along on Medium.com, which is running daily updates of the 21-day experiment:

https://medium.com/@jhargrave/

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Ep. 104 "The Go-Giver" Bob Burg, Interviewed today

I never realized how powerful, motivational and inspirational one little red book, one email and one long distance exchange could play in my life, but that exact time in my life, September 30th, 2013, was a pivotable point in my career.

The first email contact I made with Bob Burg, author of The Go-Giver (coauthored by John David Mann), was brief. I wrote, “Dear Bob, Literally standing in Barnes and Noble, reading the first few pages of Go-Giver, and I am hooked. Any advice for an up and coming speaker?” While I was hoping to get an answer, I was not expecting to get one in under 30 minutes. In addition to the wonderful advice provided by Bob, it was obvious it was not a “canned” response, leading me to believe Bob truly was a giver, his real life principles mirroring the description of his book, “Heartwarming and inspiring...brings new relevance to the old proverb ‘Give and you shall receive.’”

Over two years later and dozens of email exchanges, Bob has lived up to his book title, he really is a Go-Giver. Bob has provided priceless advice via email, countless tidbits of sage wisdom through his blog and soon, Bob will sound loud and clear, as I interview him on The Nice Guys on Business podcast. His spot (Episode #104) airs February 5th.Subscribe to the podcast via iTunes (or your favorite podcast provider) and it will automatically be sent to you. 

Everyone I meet that has had an opportunity to come in contact with Bob Burg genuinely feels as I do, pleasantly surprised by how accessible and gracious he is. His contacts on social media, colleagues, podcasters, other professional trainers, coaches, consultants and even competitors love this guy because he is genuine, caring, empathetic, compassionate and giving.

Bob's view on the importance of personal relationships in this high tech world today. “All things being equal, people will do business with, and refer business to, those people they know, like and trust. No matter how big you grow your business via social networks, do not lose sight, people do business with people, and not computers. It’s the person in front of the social platform they are doing business with, and it’s something you should never forget” 

Highlights:

Doug - Do you personally connect with everyone that reaches out to you? And if so, how?

Bob- We all have to put a value on what we believe. I hold personal connections to be of high value to me. It’s worth the extra time for me to make the personal connections.

Doug - How does giving as a means to getting really work? Is this a trend or is this something that is here to stay?

Bob- I think that people who have always conducted their business by looking to provide value to others, have been successful. Early on, when the book Go-Givers came out, the early adopters, the people already doing this, the leaders and top business people, the very successful business people, said the book didn’t teach us anything new. We take that as a compliment.  But this is what they have tried to teach their people about. Their people wouldn’t really listen to them but the book was like third party validation.

Doug - What is the key to being successful?

Bob  - Being successful is the result of doing the correct things in the success process in a way that allows you to be successful. Being nice is great. In fact, it’s hugely important. However, if you were nice but did not dowhat you promised,  or put no effort into follow up, or were not able to find sufficient ways to add value to others, it won’t work.

Doug - What is the basic premise of the Go-Giver?

Bob - It’s simply that shifting your focus from getting to giving is not only a nice way to live life, but a very financially profitable way, as well.

Doug -  How can you make it so you don’t get taken advantage of as a Go-Giver?

Bob -  Being a Go-Giver should never be confused with being taken advantage of. It simply means you are going to focus on what you do, providing value to that person. 

Doug - What are some of the obstacles standing in the way of someone choosing to become a Go-Giver today?

Bob - Someone who has grown up with or has been exposed to a really lousy way of doing business or thinking they must take advantage of others in order to be successful to get the limited pie (in order to get someone else has to give up), they will have to make a shift when they acknowledge there is an issue in the way they are currently doing business. That it’s not resulting in the success they want, both financially and in their enjoyment of what they’re doing. Of course,  if they don’t want to change; in other words, if they don’t feel there’s anything they need to change, they probably won't.

Doug - Give me one nugget for the people that want to take action. What’s the takeaway that they can put into place today.

Bob - Ultimately, as Dale Carnegie told us in his classic, How to Win Friends and Influence People, "People do things for their reasons, not our reasons." I think if we will always keep that in mind, whether we are dealing with somebody in the sales process or dealing with someone socially or emotionally, or in any way, if we understand that anything they are going to do they are going to do for their reason, then we’re on the right track. 

Bob is passionate about providing the Go-Giver message and has inspired people worldwide through his book and his keynote speaking. Bob also teaches other speakers via his Certified Go-Giver Speaker Program licensing and training others on his great philosophy. His programs, books and any information about his company can be found by visiting his website atwww.Burg.com . To listen to the full interview, go to DougSandler.com or subscribe via iTunes. Air date is February 5th, Episode 104.

Special thanks to Bob Burg for giving so much and adding a generous supply of value to our relationship.

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Ep. 90: Today we talk to B2B sales lead expert Alex Berman from InspireBeats.com

Alex Berman is the master of the personalized sales lead. Hear how he does it on The Nice Guys podcast today.

 

Here are some things to know about Alex Berman:

 

- He had to get fired from his former company so they could re-hire him to do what he really wanted to do. 

- He generated over $16 million in B2B leads and closed over $2 million in business so far.    

- He is a big fan of focusing on one thing intently for a decade at a time.

He is a digital nomad currently moving to a new city every month.    

 

Here are a few things we learned from Alex on the podcast:    

 

  • How to send an email without seeming scammy or "un-nice"    

 

  • How to ethically fake an introduction    

 

  • Why cold emailing is one of the most underused marketing channels for new and growing businesses.

 

  • Always include an actionable item at the end of an E-Mail, end with a question mark, not a period.

 

Download your free email course- 10 sales hacks in 10 days: http://inspirebeats.com/course.html

 

InspireBeats.com for lead generation: http://inspirebeats.com

 

Get in touch with Alex- alex@inspirebeats.com

 

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Ep. 79 I Think Strickland Has Got This Business Thing Down. NOT!

Strickland is the solo Nice Guy today talking about the fastest road to learning and growing your business.

 

Doug is dead. He picked the wrong week to stop sniffing glue. Seriously though, Doug is in Kansas City doing a speaking gig, but he forgot to bring a mic so he's dead to me and I'm going it alone. 

Sincerely,

-Strickland

       

Call to action-  I want to send you alcohol. But only the first 3 listeners who do the following:

 

E-Mail me at strickb4@gmail.com Tell me:

-What do you want more of.    

-What do you want less of.     

-What kind of alcohol do you want- Beer, wine or liquor.

-Address so I can send it to you.    

-Optional: New show idea, or if you want to be interviewed by the Nice Guys.    

 

I'm ready to break the law for you. If you're under age, then I'm ready to break even MORE laws for you, our listeners. That’s how much I love you guys.

      

Signature advice- ABC- Always Be Closing, that's important, but it's also Important to Always Be Learning.

      

Don't ever be "The smartest guy in the room." Great ideas can come from anywhere. (WWE CO Vince McMahon weekly meeting)

       

Read lots of books- There's always something to learn, even if you don't agree with every concept. Don't like to read? Then listen, there are great audiobook versions

      

Listen to Podcasts- You're doing great listening right now!

       

Mastermind groups- They are all over, find one. Find two.

       

Take your competition out to lunch- They can be a wealth of valuable information.

       

Talk to your customers- They can teach you lots.

 

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Ep. 77: You only need to do three things to succeed: Invest, Inspire, Execute.

To succeed in business you only need to do 3 things- Invest, Inspire, and Execute. learn how from The Nice Guys today.

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Signature advice- It's too easy. All you need to do is:

1. Invest     

2. Inspire     

3. Execute     

 

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Ep. 67 You don't wanna miss our EPIC expert packed lineup

Today we want to make sure you didn't miss anything good, so we're recapping our last few interviews, and previewing the next few.

Here's where you can hear all of them:

http://www.dougsandler.com/podcast-by-the-nice-guys/

Or if you are looking for direct links to specific episodes

Micha Mikailian

Croft Edwards

Danielle Couick

Dave Sandler

Stacey Sherman

Our upcoming shows will have some really interesting people:

Tim Fargo: http://www.tweetjukebox.com/

Nathan Ellering: www.Coschedule.com

Tammy Tillson: http://www.upscaledatingcoach.com/about.cfm

Roy Assad- Human Capital Group: http://www.westpalmbeach.com/health/lifecoach/

Yan Ilunga- Podcaster and Marketing Expert- http://www.360entrepreneur.net/podcasts/

Sir John Hargrave- Mindhacking professional- http://www.mindhacki.ng/

Sponsor- www.Coschedule.com Great content creation and organization software.

Shoutouts to our listeners-

The English Sisters

Simon Dunant from PodcastPowerMarketing.Com

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Ep. 45 Great Service, it's THE most important part of your business.

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You can do just about everything else wrong in your business, but if you take care of your customers, you still have a chance to succeed. 

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OUR signature advice- Customer service isn't just the most important thing, it is the ONLY thing. You can do pretty much everything wrong starting out in business, but if you take care of your client, you can still succeed. Listen to the podcast for proof and tips. 

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PODCAST EPISODE 16 - Considering Self Employment? Ask Yourself These Questions

Doug's blog: Part of the fun of owning my own business are the conversations that I have with my friends that work for employers. As the conversations go, we debate over benefits, perks, responsibilities, the economy and various other subjects. One thing for sure (I say tongue and cheek), I am gainfully unemployable, and for me, that is a good thing. Actually, it’s a great thing. I've invested many years in my "work in progress” attitude and how to balance my business and personal life, weaving them together like a tailor made suit. I deal with the risks of self employment because, to me, they are far outweighed by the rewards offered. (Read more)

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Motivation From the Fast Lane

It only takes these 6 simple steps to stay motivaited. It's as easy as-

  1. Set it
  2. Say it
  3. Feed it
  4. Play it
  5. Stay at it
  6. Accept it

Let The Nice Guys on Business, Doug Sandler and Strickland Bonner tell you how.

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