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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

Tweet Jukebox- http://www.tweetjukebox.com/

Tim's book Alphabet Success on Amazon- http://www.amazon.com/Alphabet-Success-Keeping-Simple-Secrets/dp/1456404709/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1431790453&sr=1-1&keywords=Alphabet+success

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Ep. 44 The World's Greatest Networker, Kevin Conroy Smith

Kevin Conroy Smith is a connector, a communicator, and co-founder of "The Number project", his goal is to meet at least 3 people a day and build the largest network in the world. He calls himself an "Experience and Event Designer", and you will never think of his parties as typical "Networking events". His work has been featured in the New York Times, Forbes, DELL, MSN and many more. Here's more you'll hear about in the interview:

• He has met at least 3 people a day for the past 15 years. 

• He's been named one of Dell's top 25 entrepreneurs on their "Inspire 100" list. 

• He has been operating profitable businesses since he was 22

• He spent 5 years with Habitat for Humanity leading their International Youth Board of Directors

• He creates amazing events, but has never had a drop of alcohol

• He believes in "randomizing" connections to get people out of their comfort zone and meet people they otherwise wouldn't

• His most valuable advice- Redefine what your job is and what you do with your time

• Don't listen to other people (well, not all the time) and never lose your "North Star"

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Kevin Conroy Smith

Not this Kevin Smith- AKA- Silent Bob

But check out one of Strick's favorite movies-Dogma

And Kevin's- The United States of Leland

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