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Ep. 147: Tim Fargo talks about hustle

You might know him as the guy that created Tweetjukebox.com now SocialJukebox.com and author of a few books including the wildly successful Alphabet Success. Hear more from him on the Nice Guys today.

- Hustle is good, but be careful not to let it run your business.

You can be busy but still doing nothing. Stay focused on things that will forward your business.

-Sometimes what you leave out is more important that what you put in.

Check out Tim's book "Alphabet Success - Keeping it Simple. My Secrets to Success" 

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Ep. 81: TweetJukebox CEO, Entrepreneur, Visionary Tim Fargo

A follow-up conversation with entrepreneur and author Tim Fargo, creator of the Tweet Jukebox about his new venture The Extraordinary Network.

Tim has over 190k Twitter followers and is an incredible networker

  • Tim believes that the only way to be successful is to help others.
  • On Twitter- Created or curated content is OK, just make sure your content is compelling.
  • Stay consistent to your theme.
  • Start off doing your own customer service.
  • Many big companies feel they have a marketing problem, but really they have an execution problem. If they would treat their customers better, they wouldn't have to work so hard to get new ones.
  • A customer who shows up for price, will also leave for price.
  • If you want to start a business, get a job in the industry first. You will be more successful if you learn about a business from the inside beforeyou try to do it yourself.
  • Don't open a restaurant just because you like to eat food. Running a restaurant is different from being passionate about eating.
  • #1 advice for starting a business- KEEP YOUR OVERHEAD LOW.

Contact Tim here- Tim@tweetjukebox.com

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Ep. 32: A conversation with entrepreneur and author Tim Fargo, creator of the Tweet Jukebox.

A conversation with entrepreneur and author Tim Fargo, creator of the Tweet Jukebox.

Tim has over 190k Twitter followers, he built and sold a successful business for $20 million dollars, and Doug interviewed him while he was in Poland. Tweet Jukebox is a great tool to automate your tweets and has thousands of users after just a couple of months. Here are some of the highlights:

• Tim believes that the only way to be successful is to help others.

• On Twitter- Created or curated content is OK, just make sure your content is compelling.

• Stay consistent to your theme.

• Start off doing your own customer service.

• Many big companies feel they have a marketing problem, but really they have an execution problem. If they would treat their customers better, they wouldn't have to work so hard to get new ones.

• A customer who shows up for price, will also leave for price.

• If you want to start a business, get a job in the industry first. You will be more successful if you learn about a business from the inside before you try to do it yourself.

• Don't open a restaurant just because you like to eat food. Running a restaurant is different from being passionate about eating.

• #1 advice for starting a business- KEEP YOUR OVERHEAD LOW.

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Tim@tweetjukebox.com

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Tim's book Alphabet Success on Amazon- http://www.amazon.com/Alphabet-Success-Keeping-Simple-Secrets/dp/1456404709/ref=sr11?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1431790453&sr=1-1&keywords=Alphabet+success

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