On the Business Building Rockstars Show – also known as the BBRShow, host Nicole Holland invites successful entrepreneurs across a wide range of niches into the hotseat for a frank and unscripted discussion about what it really took for them to reach Rockstar status. Newer entrepreneurs and wantrepreneurs will gain enormous insights and value from these interviews and could potentially save years of struggle and heaps of money by avoiding the first-hand lessons learned by Nicole and her guests. Nicole also mixes things up throwing in bonus episodes from time to time where she shares her own experiences and golden nuggets of wisdom. If you're looking for real-talk without a bunch of fluffy BS, you're going to love this show! Follow Nicole on Twitter at @niczthename and visit http://bbrshow.com for show notes, resources, and more.

 

BBR 258 | Building Authority
No one really expected that the population of coaches would blow up to the way it has today, which is good because that only means that there are a lot of people willing to help other people and send their message out to the world. Michael Neeley started his podcast “Consciously Speaking.” to help other coaches launch their own podcasts because he knows their message can wake up the world one person at a time. He explains why this is also a good way of building authority whether you are a life coach, a business coach or a solo-preneur. —
BBR 256 | Real Marketing Real Fast
Identifying and finding your customer avatar and generating sales from them for you and your clients can be very effective. Doug Morneau has developed this technique during his 32 years as a serial entrepreneur. He connects with clients when he shares their beliefs culture. Rather than liking his client’s post on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter, Doug prefers spending time with them personally so he can build a deeper level of relationship. — Thank you to Bailey Richert from BaileyRichert.com for introducing today’s episode. What she loves about The Business Building Rockstars Show is Nicole brings on such a wide variety of guests
It takes so much time when you’re a coach trying to find your niche because you need to figure out a lot of things before you can identify your avatar client. Carrie Roldan struggled with this part too, until she stopped figuring everything out and just focused on helping people grow their business. Her bestselling book about releasing anxiety and making miracles happen, “Run Yourself Happy” shows how she has designed her business around who she is as the business BFF who gets to enjoy her life and make money from it. She shares her insights about freebie seekers and how she
BBR 255 | Secret To Closing Sales
Non-business people often think that successful business owners are also great sales people. More often than not, business owners hate sales simply because they know that it is their weakness. Author of “The Perfect Close” James Muir understands this situation very well and shares the secret to closing sales is to either hire people to do the sales for you or you learn how to make The Ideal Advances. You do this by going to a meeting and knowing already what you want to have happen and then you offer your prospects the service for that outcome. — Thank you
BBR 253 | Mommies In Business
If you were an entrepreneur first before you became a mother, you’d know that the struggle is real to keep balance inside the home and in the office. Summer Felix had her first child and had to run a business with her husband. She had always dreamed of being a mother and knew that it was the one task that will always be challenging. With four kids to take care of, Summer still doesn’t know what balance looks like, but believes it is more of a feeling rather than something you can physically see. She shares how the Entrepreneur’s Calendar
BBR 252 | Being Valuable to People
A lot of young people run from something, but when Steve Sims was still working as brick layer for his dad’s construction company, he was already running toward something. He learned that connecting to affluent people was his path and that it was going to take a lot of effort and trusting his gut. When he founded Bluefish, he was able to show up crystal clear. He developed a filtering system that tells him which people to talk to so he can resonate with them and do tons of great things. For him, it’s not about looking good and smart
BBR 254 | Smart Package Delivery
Business owners oftentimes change their model when they start to lose money. This is a good way to tell if you are doing something wrong and you need to make a shift in the business. Arik Levy did this with his laundry locker business, but he also listened to customers who asked him if he could solve their package problem. He founded Luxer One in response to that and is now the leading package management technology company. Arik shares that when you get a vision for entrepreneurship, it’s important not to look at your full time job as the thing
BBR 251 | Results Breakthrough
A lot of people who are aiming for success think getting there is all about getting, taking, and accumulating. Mitch Russo shares that having a results breakthrough lifestyle can be had through giving. He basically lives a life of gratitude and the one thing he does every morning before anything else is to ask himself, “Who can I help today?” We’re all here for a reason, and whether you know that reason or not, we’re truly meant to help others find and do what they're truly meant to do. When you step out and start to give, that is where
Every sales transaction starts with a connection, and that connection can either make or break a business deal. Lou Diamond shares his fail-proof tips for helping your company succeed and thrive. His depth of experiences has helped him shape a method of coaching and consulting that helps you develop best practices and skills to connect and thrive, and then transpose those skills into a leadership style that creates a better experience for your company or business. He delivers on the premise that great leaders are master connectors and the best of what sales can be is determined on how well
The easiest and best way to keep your business stay on track when you feel lost is to back track and think about what you did and how you did it. Ari Meisel learned this from the ups and downs of his entrepreneurial journey that eventually lead him to discover the Less Doing method of productivity. This method essentially helps you work smarter instead of harder and still get optimal results. Ari has become a productivity master who helps his clients identify the bottlenecks in their businesses and move on to the next phase. Learn how he uses restriction to