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216 - She’s a Big Time Actress, Director and Producer: Tom interviews Elena Evangelo
Dec 5 • 34 min
Born and raised in Manhattan, Elena Evangelo is an actress, writer and filmmaker. She’s a graduate of Vassar College with a B.A. in English and French. Elena went on to earn her MFA from USC School of Cinematic Arts and she graduated Phi Kappa Phi. She’s…
215 - Get in front of millions of Amazon customers for free: Tom talks Sample Flash Briefings
Dec 3 • 41 min
So I thought I’d do a little switcheroo on you because normally I do interviews on Wednesdays. But I’ve been working on flash briefings this past weekend and I’ve covered those in episode 202 and I highly suggest you listen to that episode if you didn’t…
214 - Webinars are a powerful selling tool: Tom talks Selling on Webinars
Dec 1 • 36 min
Webinars are a powerful way to sell. And I’ve made a lot of money not only with live webinars, but the most money comes in from webinar replays. We’re going to stipulate here that you have a topic that someone wants to hear. And you have something to sell…
213 - Forensics is his game: Tom interviews Ed Primeau
Nov 28 • 36 min
Ed Primeau is a digital media forensic expert and founder of Primeau Forensics Ltd., a well-respected global digital media forensic company. He’s testified in courts in the United States and worked on various international cases. His forensic practices…
212 - She gives info from the trenches: Tom interviews Laura Steward
Nov 26 • 34 min
Laura Steward is a sought after speaker, business adviser, radio host and author. After building and selling her highly successful technology services company, she started Wisdom Learned LLC, a company dedicated to educating leaders based on experience…
211 - Learn to be a GREAT podcast Guest: Tom talks How To Be A Great Podcast Guest
Nov 24 • 39 min
This episode is not about getting on podcasts. This is about how to be great, and I’m saying great, when you get on and afterwards or after the podcast. There are lots of benefits of being a guest on other people’s podcast and the biggest one to me is…
210 - She took a long road to becoming a professional photographer: Tom interviews Erika Hatfield
Nov 21 • 38 min
Erika Hatfield has worked as a professional photographer for over 12 years, after completing her master’s degree in education and finding out working in a school was not a good fit for her. She started a second business called Next Level Photo Education.…
209 - A homeschooling dad: Tom interviews Lee Mosler
Nov 19 • 34 min
He’s a U.S. Army veteran. He’s an entrepreneur and a single father on a mission to bring an entire generation out of poverty and keep parents at home with their kids, by teaching the skills needed to create both passive and active income online.
208 - Use game techniques to increase engagement: Tom talks Gamification
Nov 17 • 20 min
Gamification. Now it’s not always about playing games. It has to do with ways you can get people to engage with your content. Now there’s lots of ways to add gamification to your content. But before we get into seven or eight of them, I want to tell you…
207 - Customer service speaking at its finest: Tom interviews Barbara Khozam
Nov 14 • 37 min
Barbara Khozam is an award winning international motivational speaker and trainer specializing in customer service and the patient experience. In 2019, Barbara was awarded the CSP, certified speaking professional from the prestigious National Speakers…
206 - You can’t keep a good dog down: Tom interviews Adam Katz
Nov 13 • 49 min
Adam G. Katz is a University of California at Berkeley graduate of that school, and he’s a serial entrepreneur who has spent the past 20 years crippled by debilitating chronic migraines. He didn’t let that stop him. He’s owned more than 10 businesses and…
205 - A powerful and easy promotional device: Tom talks Ecourses
Nov 10 • 15 min
Ecourse is used for lots of online courses in this episode. I’m talking about the most simple one, which is an e mail e course. Yes, you can link out of your e-mails to audios or videos to jazz it up, but you don’t have to to get started. You could…
204 - He makes jewelry in 2 countries: Tom interviews Greg Boudah
Nov 7 • 51 min
Greg Boudah is here. He says you pronounce it like the monk, is a veteran loving, ginger beard farming, former U.S. Marine gone goldsmith. And he’s laser focused on elevating the type of jewelry products the military community are being offered. He owns a…
203 - She’s a podcast booker and animal rescuer: Tom interviews Margy Feldhuhn
Nov 5 • 41 min
Margy Feldhuhn is a co-owner of Interview Connections. It’s the first and leading podcast booking agency. Margy and her business partner, Jessica, lead an in-house staff. She’s got 12 employees in their Rhode Island office and have successfully scaled the…
202 - Get in front of 53 Million people for FREE: Tom talks Flash Briefings
Nov 3 • 25 min
Creating Flash Briefings. Tom is going to lay out the process to get flash briefings up on Amazon’s Echo and Dot devices. There’s a lot of potential here to reach MILLIONS of people through these in-home devices, so listen up and learn how to take…
201 - She’s a Super Serial Entrepreneur: Tom interviews Jen Groover
Oct 31 • 44 min
Jen Groover’s name has become synonymous with innovation, entrepreneurship, evolution and human potential. She was recently nominated as a U.N. delegate to the first ever global accelerator for the Global Entrepreneurs Council. And she’s also made…
200 - Antion Success Method: Tom talks Success Principles
Oct 29 • 87 min
Today’s topic is success and leadership principles that you need to be able to tell the boss to take this job and shove it. If you already have your own business, I’ll tell you how to take it to a much higher level. Also, these principles will also help…
199 - Shoot marketing videos at home: Tom talks In Home Video Studio
Oct 27 • 26 min
In this special episode, Tom gives you lots of tips and tricks to make spectacular videos at home, ranging from the minimalist approach to very elaborate and everything in between. As usual, Tom holds nothing back, so make sure to check the show notes for…
198 - He flunked out of high school and college: Tom interviews Rob Garcia
Oct 24 • 31 min
Rob Garcia grew up in a low income household despite failing out of high school and college. And he’s got to tell me how he did that, because I thought you had to graduate high school to get to college. So I want to hear about about that. He taught…
197 - He’s da bomb on LinkedIn: Tom interviews Joshua Lee
Oct 22 • 43 min
Joshua B. Lee is an entrepreneur, business owner, author, coach, marketer, husband and father. In 2003, he built his career in online marketing. For those who can even remember this, with clients such as MySpace and Google managing over a hundred million…
196 - Learn and earn with online courses: Tom talks Online Courses
Oct 20 • 35 min
Tom goes in-depth in the making of online courses. What to do, what NOT to do and all the things he’s learned from being on the commercial Internet for decades.
195 - He’s the Entrepreneur Evangelist: Tom interviews Noble Gibbens
Oct 17 • 40 min
Noble Gibbens graduated from the United States Military Academy at West Point and was an infantry officer in the Eighty Second Airborne Division. He’s been a part of close to 10 business startups, and he likes to call himself an entrepreneur evangelist.…
194 - The Fastest Navy Guy on the Ground: Tom interviews Jesse Iwuji
Oct 15 • 30 min
In 2015, U.S. Naval Officer Jesse Iwuji began a journey toward professional racing in NASCAR while still actively serving in the U.S. armed forces. He simultaneously started his own business and pursued entrepreneurial ventures. Today, he’s risen in the…
193 - Up Your Facebook Live Game: Tom talks Facebook Live Tips
Oct 13 • 31 min
Facebook Live Tips. We will break this whole thing down into what to do before you go live. What to do during a live event and what to do after the event to make it a great event and also to make money.
192 - He overcame the real estate crash: Tom interviews Shane Willis
Oct 10 • 33 min
Shane Willis is an Army veteran and entrepreneur who has had it all, lost at all and had to fight to get it back. And after losing everything with the mortgage crash, Shane had to learn different rules of the financial game. And now he teaches others…
191 - Intimacy expert gets intimate: Tom interviews Allana Pratt
Oct 8 • 40 min
Intimacy expert Allana Pratt is a global media personality. Her vulnerability and courage landed her a featured weekly column on the Good Men project. She was featured as an icon of influence and as the guest expert on Huffington Post, People magazine,…
190 - Up Your Podcast Game: Tom talks Podcasting Tips
Oct 7 • 38 min
If you’re thinking about starting a podcast, just some of the things that you might want to think about as approximately 60 million people listen either every day or several times per week to podcasts. There’s 35 million YouTube channels. And remember,…
189 - From Gang Member to top Motivational Speaker: Tom interviews Pegine Echevarria
Oct 3 • 58 min
Pegine is in the motivational speaker Hall of Fame. She was named minority business entrepreneur. Top Business of the Year. And she’s been interviewed by The Wall Street Journal, Forbes, CNN and Univision. She’s the founder of the Power Women Global for…
188 - The King of Sales: Tom interviews Jeffrey Gitomer
Oct 1 • 52 min
Jeffrey Gitomer is the author of 15 bestselling books. He’s a creative on the Edge writer speaker whose expertise on sales, customer loyalty and personal development is world renowned. And that’s no hyperbole there. He’s known for his presentations,…
187 - Make your videos sizzle: Tom talks Up Your Video Game
Sep 29 • 44 min
I’m going to give you a bunch of ways to jazz up your videos. Now, I’m not suggesting you use all of these ideas in one video. You could use a bunch of them, but you don’t want to look stupid by plastering too many techniques that don’t make sense. You…
186 - The Mental Side of Business and Life: Tom interviews Daryl Hill
Sep 26 • 42 min
Daryl Hill helps entrepreneurs overcome business PTSD by putting subconscious architecture in their minds so they can get back to enjoying the seven figure lifestyle. He does this through magnetic meditations and a lot of these things are trademarked. He…
185 - He’s the king of franchises: Tom interviews Joel Stewart
Sep 24 • 38 min
Joel Stewart is a military veteran, engineer, MBA and certified franchise consultant with the International Franchise Professionals Group and founder of the International Franchise Marketplace. His franchise consulting business is focused on two niches,…
184 - Gadgets Galore: Tom talks My Favorite Gadgets
Sep 22 • 43 min
I’m just going to go over a bunch of different gadgets, both online and offline, that I use just all over the place. I just brainstormed and sat my chair and thought about all the kinds of things that I use almost on a daily basis just to get through life…
183 - He’s a Special Forces Green Beret: Tom interviews Lane Belone
Sep 19 • 35 min
Lane Belone is a Special Forces Green Beret veteran turned high performance coach. He uses his leadership experience in high risk environments to develop business executive teams into laser focused and empowered A teams, which was one of my favorite shows…
182 - He programmed his way to success: Tom interviews Troy Broussard
Sep 17 • 37 min
Troy Broussard is the founder of the leading integrated mobile learning platform called Membrant, as well as several other SaaS, and that stands for software as a service and marketing companies. He is a contrarian and he values freedom over all else. He…
181 - Lakia Robinson runs Tom’s social media: Tom talks How We Handle Social Media
Sep 15 • 62 min
Lakia Robinson is here with me and she’s been with me for about five years and takes a massive load off of my back and I still have to participate, too. It’s not that I’m totally divorced from everything. Even with her handling this all day and all night.…
180 - The visual entrepreneur: Tom interviews Eric Bakey
Sep 12 • 40 min
Eric Bakey might be the most dangerous man in direct response. He’s the chief combat imagineer of his visual strategy firm, combining copywriting and cartooning with lessons learned in the military for more fun on the frontlines of capitalism. If you’re…
179 - He’s the H.I.T. man behind 13,500 Vetrepreneurs: Tom interviews Steven Kuhn
Sep 10 • 51 min
Stephen Kuhn is the decorated United States Army combat veteran. He’s a speaker. He’s an author and consultant who helps individuals dramatically improve their quality of life through the consistent conscious application of honesty, integrity and…
178 - Low risk and high returns mean you’ll succeed in your business: Tom talks Digital Info Marketing
Sep 8 • 56 min
Why should you do this? Why should you get in the digital information marketing arena? Well, one reason, it’s extremely low risk and another reason is its extremely high profit margins. I mean, digital products are 97 percent profit. I mean, if somebody…
177 - A Marine Mom who does it all: Tom interviews Richelle Futch
Sep 5 • 43 min
Richelle Futch is a Marine Corps veteran and military spouse. As a mental health counselor, she has over 15 years of clinical experience working with government agencies as well as in private practice. She’s the author of the book and workshop Her Ruck…
176 - Active Shooters Beware: Tom interviews Alain Burrese
Sep 3 • 47 min
Alain Burrese is author of Survive a Shooting and director of Active Defense Training for Reflex Protect. He’s the leading authority on active shooter response. His programs teach strategies to survive active threats and how to defend yourself, both empty…
175 - Massive Free and Cheap Exposure: Tom talks Best Ad Bargain
Sep 1 • 23 min
I’ve been saying that YouTube ads are the best bargain when it comes to online ads. Now, why do I say that? Because you can get tons of branding and name recognition totally for free. And when you do get an ad watch, that’s usually at a bargain basement…
174 - 23 years of being funny: Tom interviews Ron Culberson
Aug 29 • 31 min
Ron Culberson ranks in the top 30 of his wife’s favorite speakers. He’s a funny guy. He’s worked as a hospice social worker, a middle manager, and director of quality improvement at Hospice of Northern Virginia. He was also the 2012/2013 President of the…
173 - She’s a Knockout: Tom interviews Diane DiResta
Aug 27 • 28 min
Diane DiResta is a certified speaking professional. She is founder of DiResta Communications Inc and author of Knockout Presentations. As a speaking strategist, Diane brings over 20 years as a communications expert and speech pathologist. Her company…
172 - Theories I live by: Tom talks My Theories
Aug 25 • 23 min
After being in business for many years, I started to notice certain principles that by living by them, they seemed to create more success for me. Then I started telling them to my mentees and they seemed to have more success when they adhered to them. And…
171 - He Flunked Retirement: Tom interviews Steve Epner
Aug 24 • 39 min
Steve Epner is a serial entrepreneur. He teaches lean canvas and also corporate entrepreneurship, and ideas at St. Louise University and Washington University. And after selling his company, he flunked out of retirement. I know we usually bring great…
170 - He drove a school bus at 16 years of age: Tom interviews Ben Brooks
Aug 20 • 23 min
Ben Brooks is an international speaker, management consultant, and he was one of the first African-Americans to enlist in the Pennsylvania State Police rising to the rank of Major. He defies the typical stereotype of the hardened state trooper. He can be…
169 - Make Hobbies Tax Deductible: Tom talks Hobbies
Aug 18 • 16 min
This is going to be one of the shortest podcasts I’ve done, but really, really powerful for people out there that they’re in business or thinking about it or they just want to enjoy their life and get tax deductions for it. That’s what we’re going to talk…
168 - He follows the sun: Tom interviews Frank Furness
Aug 15 • 41 min
Frank Furness is a CSP. That’s a very high designation in the professional speaking world. And he’s a best selling author and international sales and technology speaker. He travels between his homes in London, Spain and Florida, and he’s presented in 65…
167 - Eight year old magician rocks the LA Times: Tom interviews Judy Carter
Aug 13 • 37 min
Judy Carter was interviewed by Oprah Winfrey after writing her first book, Stand Up Comedy, The Book. And Judy went from playing Vegas as a headlining standup comic to becoming an in demand corporate speaker. And she speaks on the power of purpose to…
166 - Leasing Commercial Space: Tom talks Leasing Space
Aug 11 • 19 min
Now, of course, I think you’re thinking that this topic seems like it is totally against my podcast title of “Screw the Commute”. I really want you working out of your home, but there are times when you need commercial space. Hey, I have a school where I…
165 - Your Wingman: Tom interviews Waldo Waldman
Aug 8 • 40 min
Lieutenant Colonel Rob Waldo Waldman. He’s a CSP. That’s an accolade in the speaking industry. He’s a CPAE. That’s the highest award anybody can get in the speaking industry and he’s an MBA. He’s called the wingman. He’s a Hall of Fame leadership speaker,…
164 - He lasted 45 minutes at his corporate job: Tom interviews James Feldman
Aug 6 • 46 min
Jim Feldman is a globally recognized transformation growth advisor and business advisor who’s guided leading organizations such as Toyota, AT&T, Apple, Hyatt, Walt Disney, Ritz Carlton and Microsoft to ensure that shift happens, which is one of his…
163 - Lead Generation: Tom talks eBay
Aug 4 • 22 min
I’ll be talking about using eBay as a lead generator and cash flow machine.
162 - Her clients love her: Tom interviews Christine Kloser
Aug 1 • 33 min
Christine Kloser is The Transformational Author, coach, and she’s trained more than 70,000 coaches, entrepreneurs, and leaders to write their transformational books through her popular programs. Get your books done with the Transformational Author…
161 - Stealth Webinar 2.0: Tom interviews Geoff Ronning
Jul 30 • 45 min
Geoff Ronning is co-founder of StealthSeminar.com and founder of Webinar Prosperity Blueprint. That’s webinar training. And I have used his service for five years or more. And it’s made me a fortune and continues. There’s probably money rolling in right…
160 - The tools I use to run my business: Tom talks My Resources
Jul 28 • 54 min
I’m going to tell you about the myriad of resources, both services and products, I use to run my business. And full transparency here, I may get affiliate commission on some of these things, but you can be darn sure I won’t recommend anything that sucks…
159 - From secretary to CEO: Tom interviews Mary Agnes Antonopoulos
Jul 25 • 42 min
Mary Agnes Antonopoulos has a client list that reads like the Who’s Who. And she’s created successful marketing and copywriting campaigns for clients like Jordan Belfort, the Wolf of Wall Street and JJ Virgin and some of the chicken soup people. And…
158 - He made Bill Gates look bad: Tom interviews Jack Turk
Jul 23 • 46 min
Jack Turk has decades of experience writing for corporations like Microsoft and Kodak, as well as a number of small businesses, including dentists, attorneys. Hey, even magicians. His copy has generated millions of dollars in sales, and he’s now known as…
157 - Are meetings worth it?: Tom talks Team Meetings
Jul 21 • 20 min
Today’s topic is the value of team meetings. I really didn’t use them until the last five years or so. As I look back, that was a stupid mistake in my business. Yes, I’ve done very well, but what I finally realized was that everyone that worked for me was…
156 - Get Tons of Podcast Interviews: Tom interviews Andrew Allemann
Jul 18 • 36 min
Andrew Allemann is a niche marketing expert. He founded podcastguests.com. It’s a service that connects podcasters with guests for their shows. He’s also publisher of Domain Name Wire. It’s a trade publication for the domain name business that has been…
155 - The Queen of Facebook: Tom interviews Mari Smith
Jul 16 • 49 min
Often referred to as the queen of Facebook, Mari Smith is considered one of the world’s foremost experts on Facebook marketing and social media. She is a Forbes top social media power influencer. She’s the author of The New Relationship Marketing and…
154 - Consistency and Reliability mean increased sales: Tom talks More Business Skills That Rock
Jul 14 • 24 min
In this episode, I’m covering even more business skills that rock. And again, don’t poo poo episode 145 and how important the skills are that I covered in that episode. And just a reminder, as I did in episode 145, I’m going to quote from articles and…
153 - Academia meets Entrepreneurship: Tom interviews Cheryl Lentz
Jul 11 • 38 min
Dr. Cheryl Lentz is a multi award winning publisher of the internationally acclaimed series The Refractive Thinker. It’s a collaboration of doctoral scholars from around the world and it’s earned 20 awards so far. Now Dr. Cheryl is known as the academic…
152 - Speakers bureau owner and prolific marketer: Tom interviews Frank Candy
Jul 9 • 51 min
Frank Candy is a popular author, speaker, business culture expert and business consultant. He’s worked with Disney and Harley Davidson and Goodyear and probably a lot more than that. Frank is the founder and president of American Speakers Bureau…
151 - Set yourself apart from the competition: Tom talks Starting a For Profit School
Jul 7 • 52 min
When I started my school, the Internet Marketing Training Center, I worked on it for about three years part time. Now my intention on this episode is to get you to the point where if you worked on it really hard you could have a school open in about six…
150 - The Diabetes Doctor: Tom interviews Dr. Jeff Hockings
Jul 4 • 41 min
Dr. J. Murray Hockings has been an entrepreneur for twenty eight years and he’s currently the CEO and founder of Help Your Diabetes, which is a diabetes reversal company with 15 locations throughout the U.S. and plans for 50 by the end of this year. He’s…
149 - Mr. America bench presses our show: Tom interviews Tom Terwilliger
Jul 2 • 66 min
Tom Terwilliger is equal parts athlete, entrepreneur, and motivator. And five years after pulling himself from the world of drug and alcohol abusing outlaw bikers, Tom’s “never give up” attitude, determination, and willingness to sweat has earned him a…
148 - Breakthrough Growth for your biz: Tom talks Advisory Boards
Jun 30 • 18 min
Advisory boards. Now, the one difference this episode is going to have as opposed to my other Monday training sessions is that normally my training sessions is about something that is either made me or saved me a lot of money over a long period of time.…
147 - He makes technology easy: Tom interviews Terry Brock
Jun 27 • 44 min
Are you overwhelmed with the new gadgets and gizmos that hit the market on a regular basis? I know I am. I know my cell phone. I tried to get the kaching sound on it because I’m known as the king of kaching and I figured to take me all day, and if you…
146 - Everyone wants to steal this lady’s ideas: Tom interviews Jane Ubell
Jun 25 • 46 min
Jane Ubell is an award winning entrepreneur and former TV and film producer. Her credits include Good Morning America, Wall Street Journal TV, E.T. and lots of others. In 2017, Jane founded Bedside Reading, one of the most innovative author marketing…
145 - Simple skills = big money: Tom talks Business Skills That Rock
Jun 23 • 32 min
If you are expecting me to espouse some high-level business school theory, you are wrong and in the wrong place. I’m going to tell you about some simple and easy-to-implement skills that can have an extremely powerful effect on your business. I thought I…
144 - Drinking & Smoking Cigars earned $600K for Charity: Tom interviews Ed Rigsbee
Jun 20 • 56 min
Ed Rigsbee is one of a select and very few people on the planet to hold both a CSP and a CAE. He has been a professional member of the National Speakers Association since 1988 and was awarded the certified speaking professional. Ed is the ROI guy. He’s…
143 - He does what he loves every day: Tom interviews Tomaz Mencinger
Jun 18 • 40 min
Tomaz Mencinger has been living the dream doing stuff with volleyball as a professional, virtually professional, volleyball coach. And then he just loves everything to do with sports and balls and he took up tennis part time and then just fell in love…
142 - How to Create a Quality Podcast: Tom talks In Front of the Scenes
Jun 16 • 24 min
Podcasting in front of the scenes. Last week we had Larry Guerrera on. He’s an IMTC graduate who did so well in school I hired him as a contractor. He went into depth on what goes on behind the scenes at a quality podcast. That was episode 139. In this…
141 - She sings, dances and WOW’s ‘em around the World: Tom interviews Lynn Rose
Jun 13 • 45 min
She is known as the WoW maker. Lynn Rose is an award winning media and marketing entrepreneur and speaking consultant for executives and experts, and CEO of the Power to Wow. In front of the scenes you’ve seen her on CBS ABC NBC Sony, films and other…
140 - From Dumpster to Dynasty: Tom interviews Annie Meehan
Jun 11 • 39 min
Annie Meehan is an international motivational speaker based out of the Minneapolis area. She’s published five books, three workbooks, and won a national award. She’s the president of the National Speakers Association chapter in Minnesota and Annie was a…
139 - We pull the curtain back on “Screw the Commute”: Tom talks Behind the Scenes
Jun 9 • 66 min
Quality podcasting “behind the scenes”. Larry Guerrera is here and he’s the guy behind now about 140 episodes of Screw the Commute. And in the beginning, it was kind of a learning process of how this all worked to get our show notes to show up properly…
138 - From the Bronx to the Boardroom: Tom interviews Simma Lieberman
Jun 6 • 42 min
Simma Lieberman creates inclusive cultures where people love to do their best work and customers love to do business. She’s a consultant, speaker, and author, and Simma produces and hosts the podcast Everyday Conversation on Race for Everyday People at…
137 - She’s passionate about WHAT?: Tom interviews Bobbi Olson
Jun 4 • 29 min
Bobbi Olson became a Budget Coach thanks to a phobia of driving. So dealing with the Orange County Metro Traffic, that’s in California, required the perfect distraction which led to an education on budgeting through books on tape. Now I’m gonna figure…
136 - Tom’s favorite software for 20 years: Tom talks Screen Capture Video
Jun 2 • 22 min
Screen capture video is something that I’m pretty sure you’ll want to embrace after you see all the cool stuff it will do for your business. And the very last segment is how I make really big money with it. Most people understand a basic screen capture.…
135 - International Intrigue: Tom interviews Gene Ehmann
May 30 • 60 min
Gene Ehmann worked in law enforcement for 17 years which included many years as a special agent with the FBI. Now in the private sector, he’s provided investigation executive protection and security for individuals and international corporations both…
134 - Faith based business is her specialty: Tom interviews Maryann Ehmann
May 28 • 47 min
Maryann Ehmann is a former prosecuting attorney, financial adviser and ministry leader. Maryann combines her diverse expertise and life experience to bring you magnificent love coaching. She was recently invited into the Forbes Coaches Council and Maryann…
133 - Paid traffic is the way to go: Tom talks Ad Tracking & Split Testing
May 26 • 36 min
This is how people get rich. If you put 10 ads out on the Internet and only one of those was bringing in paying customers, wouldn’t you want to know which ad that was? Well, today’s episode, about ad tracking and split testing, is going to teach you how…
132 - Protocol is her game: Tom interviews Jacqueline Whitmore
May 23 • 43 min
Jacqueline Whitmore is an international etiquette expert, a certified speaking professional, and the founder of the Protocol School of Palm Beach. She’s also the author of Poised for Success mastering the four qualities that distinguished outstanding…
SYE2 - From Bible College to Boardroom: Tom interviews Ashley Monk
May 23 • 38 min
Ashley Monk is an up and coming entrepreneur in the Indianapolis area that’s been in the marketing game for roughly two years. But in four months, she’s laid the foundation to begin establishing her own digital marketing agency and with a background in…
131 - She knows how to manage time: Tom interviews Robyn Pearce
May 21 • 42 min
Even though solopreneurs and work from home folks have freedoms our office bound friends envy, many of them still say they struggle with time. And our guest today, Robyn Pearce, works with clients around the world helping them win their time battles. And…
130 - Keywords Revisited: Tom talks Voice Search
May 19 • 20 min
This episode is to open your eyes to something that’s going on all around you and most likely you are participating in, in some fashion and that’s voice search. So, what is Voice Search? Well, very simply, that’s where you talk into a device and it…
129 - The Voice of Integrity in the Real Estate Market: Tom interviews Cindy Bishop
May 16 • 36 min
Cindy Bishop is the managing director and founder of Cindy Bishop Worldwide, a real estate education and business development company. She provides continuing education to licensed agents as well as relevant business development training.
128 - The Dental Market loves this Guy: Tom interviews Jeffrey Palmer
May 14 • 38 min
Jeff Palmer is the founder of Case Acceptance Academy, which specializes in training dental offices and their teams how to increase their case acceptance. Now case acceptance means he teaches dentists and their teams a hyper effective and systematic…
127 - Get top rankings fast: Tom talks Paid Traffic
May 12 • 42 min
I made a major shift in my strategy. It’s just not worth the time and effort anymore and for most people they could chase top rankings for a year or more and never get one. Not only did you lose all the time and money chasing the top rankings, you lost…
126 - Contests are Super Powerful: Tom interviews Travis Ketchum
May 9 • 51 min
Travis Ketchum is the founder of Campaign Refinery and Contest Domination. That’s the tool we use for contests, and he’s helped over 20,000 business owners grow and manage profitable e-mail lists.
125 - From rough beginnings to top coach: Tom interviews Heather Parady
May 7 • 42 min
Heather works with multiple brands on their content marketing strategy. She helps them build systems and processes to produce more consistent and effective online content, resulting in more leads for their business. She’s the host of the Unconventional…
124 - Mentor others for fun and profit: Tom talks How to Start a Mentor Program
May 5 • 52 min
How to Make a Fortune with a Mentor program. I prefer the term “mentor”. A mentor is a trusted advisor. In Greek mythology, Mentor was a trusted advisor to Odysseus. I’d rather be a trusted advisor than a coach and I think it would serve you better…
123 - Prolific author with 27 books to her credit: Tom interviews Rebecca Morgan
May 2 • 36 min
Rebecca Morgan is an international keynote speaker, trainer, consultant and award winning and money making blogger. She produces income producing webinars and teleseminars. Two of her twenty seven books have sold more than two hundred and fifty thousand…
122 - Deal or No Deal Star: Tom interviews Patricia Kara
Apr 30 • 59 min
Patricia Kara has been working in the entertainment business for over 30 years as an actress model spokesperson and television personality. This year, she is returning to primetime television on the New Deal or No Deal, airing on CNBC. Her career has…
121 - Going Super Viral: Tom talks Quizzes
Apr 28 • 24 min
The first thing I want you to realize is that you shouldn’t write quizzes off as silly, non-sense entertainment devices. Quizzes are serious lead, brand awareness and cash generators for many businesses, so pooh poohing them is not in your best interest.…
120 - Her fast food experience is really paying off: Tom interviews Rose Haller
Apr 25 • 57 min
Rose is CCO of Restaurant Employee Safety. She was an H.R. manager for a 12 unit fast food franchise and Rose’s restaurant safety program lowered the franchise’s worker comp multiplier from 1.1315, and then it went to 0.9535, then 0.7014 and finally to…
119 - She started as a foreigner with nothing: Tom interviews Patricia Fripp
Apr 23 • 43 min
Patricia Fripp is a CSP and CPAE. And that’s a Hall of Fame keynote speaker. She’s an executive speech coach, sales presentation skills trainer and an online learning expert. And companies hire Patricia when they want to gain a competitive edge by…
118 - This is where the money is online: Tom talks Broadcast Email
Apr 21 • 41 min
Let’s talk about the forms of broadcast e-mail. I started out with a newsletter called Great Speaking, which was directed towards professional public speakers. Now this was a long time ago, folks. My mindset didn’t support a regular output of these…
117 - A divorce changed her life: Tom interviews Gina St George
Apr 18 • 44 min
Gina St. George began her career as a chemical engineer and designed manufacturing processes. She moved to business process design and was assigned to troubled business areas that she turned around and grew them by sometimes up to seven times. But after…
116 - His starter was a barter: Tom interviews Andy Sokol
Apr 16 • 36 min
Andy Sokol is an entrepreneur, speaker, author, and client retention expert. He started his business in 1995 and he still has customers today from his first year in business. In 2003, he started a second business and he sold it to a multinational company…
115 - Control spam coming and going: Tom talks Spam Control
Apr 14 • 36 min
There are three different kinds of spam I’m going to discuss on this episode: 1) Keeping out of spam filters when you send broadcast email. Email still is the biggest moneymaker so it behooves you to get the darn things delivered. 2) Reducing spam coming…
114 - World’s Greatest Copywriting Coach: Tom interviews David Garfinkel
Apr 11 • 40 min
David Garfinkel is a best selling author of Breakthrough Copywriting and he’s known as the world’s greatest copywriting coach. Before he escaped the clutches of corporate life, he was McGraw-Hill World News’ San Francisco bureau chief. And today he helps…
113 - A Really Big Thinker: Tom interviews Yanik Silver
Apr 9 • 49 min
Yanik Silver really redefines how business is played in the 21st century. He’s at the intersection of more profits, more fun and more impact. He’s the author of several best selling marketing books and tools, including Maverick Startup, Instant Sales…
112 - Make a Fortune Using Contests: Tom talks Contests
Apr 7 • 20 min
Contests are great for many things like list building, brand awareness, and even selling products. What’s also great is there are many built in features a contest has to help you go viral and get free traffic. Unlike a quiz, which I’ll cover in another…
111 - He’s made a long career out of talking: Tom interviews Jim Barber
Apr 4 • 32 min
In 2019, Jim Barber is celebrating his fortieth year as an entrepreneur. In the past 40 years, Jim’s done many things he’ll tell us about. But the common thread in everything he’s done, and I love this because it’s the way I live, is that he’s always had…
110 - Be Funny Make Money: Tom interviews Jeff Justice
Apr 2 • 50 min
Jeff Justice hasn’t had a real job since 1981, yet he has a 3000 square foot house in a prestigious Buckhead Community in Atlanta Georgia. He’s traveled the world and he doesn’t really need to work another day for the rest of his life. But the money is…
109 - Ya Gotta Protect Yourself: Tom talks Insurance
Mar 31 • 37 min
The exciting topic of business Insurance. Well it might not be that exciting to talk about, but if you don’t have it, and even if you do, things can get exciting real fast when someone makes a claim about your business, or your business is involved even…
108 - One of the top 100 motivational speakers: Tom interviews Dov Baron
Mar 28 • 65 min
Dov Baron was twice cited as one of Inc Magazine’s top 100 leadership speakers to hire. He’s also cited in the meetings and event professional’s guide to the top 100 motivational speakers and named one of the top 30 global leadership gurus. Now Dov is a…
107 - Learn about creating systems in your business: Tom interviews Mark S A Smith
Mar 26 • 50 min
Mark S. A. Smith is the guy I met decades ago when he was writing business books with Jay Conrad Levinson. And for those of you that don’t know, that was Mr. Guerrilla Marketing. And now 14 books later, Mark works with executives to hone their mindset,…
106 - A bunch of ways to finance your “Real” business: Tom talks Side Hustles
Mar 24 • 19 min
This episode is not going to simply give you a list of a bunch of side hustles. There are tons of those lists online. I’m going to tell you how to approach a side hustle from a multimillionaire’s point of view and how you can get rich “from” side hustles…
105 - He’s the “Magic Man”: Tom interviews Dean Hankey
Mar 21 • 31 min
Dean Hankey is a marketing magician and a people pro and he is a speak-tacular entertainer and implementer. Dean will speak, teach, preach and nag you on the million dollar money making marketing magic secrets. He’s got 40 years as a passionate, proven…
104 - She’s the “Empress of PR”: Tom interviews Wendy Kurtz
Mar 19 • 50 min
Wendy Kurtz is the founder and president of Elizabeth Charles Associates LLC, a public relations firm that specializes in helping executives become published authors and paid speakers. And she’s an accredited professional. Wendy has been helping people…
Special Edition - Be a New Collar Worker: Higher Education Exposed
Mar 19 • 89 min
This is a special edition of the Screw the Commute podcast. I call it Higher Education Exposed How Colleges and Universities are robbing you. This is the audio track off a webinar I did about this same topic. Vocational education used to be only for…
103 - Simple video editing skills can save you a fortune: Tom talks Basic Video Editing
Mar 17 • 36 min
I’m here to give you some tips to save a ton of money by doing some of the simple editing yourself, and making you aware of some of the rules of video, you probably never heard of, that can mess up your final video. Also, make absolutely sure you listen…
102 - Lifelong Real Estate Entrepreneur: Tom interviews Nathalie Mullinix
Mar 14 • 38 min
Nathalie Mullinix has worn every hat in the real estate industry for over thirty three years. Her passion is being a change agent. She started with creating real estate menu systems in 1994, which was way ahead of her time. Her real estate teaching…
101 - This guy will expand your brain: Tom interviews Rick Raddatz
Mar 12 • 53 min
Rick Raddatz is a bona fide Internet pioneer. He’s a political philosopher and a political activist. He began his career at Microsoft in the 90s and then starting in 2003, he launched four, I’m talking four, multimillion dollar businesses. And I’m sure…
100 - Sam Antion Memorial Episode: Tom talks about his Dad
Mar 10 • 91 min
This episode is loosely based on a eulogy I wrote for my father in the year 2000, where I wrote down 10 leadership tips I learned from him since I was a little boy. I’ll be throwing in some other ones and some spin offs as we go along. What I plan on…
99 - Video has exploded: Tom interviews Lou Bortone
Mar 7 • 30 min
Lou Bortone has been a pioneer and thought leader in the video space since the launch of YouTube in 2005. He’s helped thousands of entrepreneurs create and leverage online video to build their businesses. He’s also the author of Video Marketing Rules -…
98 - He’s built the ultimate lifestyle biz: Tom interviews Corbin Ball
Mar 5 • 29 min
Corbin Ball is a speaker, consultant, and writer focusing on events and exhibitions technology. He has been named five times, by Successful Meetings magazine, as one of the 25 most influential people in the meetings industry. And he was recently inducted…
97 - Get money coming from all directions: Tom talks Multiple Streams of Income
Mar 3 • 18 min
Multiple streams of income. This is a term that’s been thrown around a lot in money making circles. It sounds good on the surface, but the question is how do you make this work in real life? That’s what I’m going to talk about today. I look at the concept…
96 - She fixes relationships: Tom interviews Rhoberta Shaler
Feb 28 • 35 min
Rhoberta Shaler is a PhD and she’s called the Relationship Help Doctor. She’s a relationship consultant mediator, and speaker, who provides urgent and ongoing care for relationships in crisis. And she does that around the world. Rhoberta empowers people…
95 - Learn chess and learn life: Tom interviews Orrin Hudson
Feb 26 • 33 min
Orrin “Checkmate” Hudson is a chess champion. He’s the number one best selling author of One Move at a Time - How to Win at Chess and Life. He is a strategist, an inspirational speaker, and he’s the founder of Be Someone (besomeone.org is the Web site)…
94 - The new wave in TV: Tom talks On Demand TV
Feb 24 • 21 min
On Demand TV is taking off like crazy because people like the fact they can watch their favorite shows any time they want, rather than being forced to be in front of the TV at a certain time on a certain day. Also, there wasn’t really an easy way to watch…
93 - Ty the Dog Guy: Tom interviews Ty Brown
Feb 21 • 42 min
Ty Brown is an internationally recognized dog trainer, author and speaker. And I know his effectiveness, because he’s helped me with my dogs when he was here in Virginia Beach. His dog training company, he’s called Ty the Dog Guy, is one of the largest in…
92 - Fraud and Safety are his games: Tom interviews Robert Siciliano
Feb 19 • 52 min
Robert Siciliano is a Certified Speaking Professional. That’s a very high level person that’s gone through tremendous amount of scrutiny to get that designation. He’s the number one bestselling author and CEO of safr.me and he’s serious about teaching you…
BONUS EPISODE - Tom interviewed on the Profit By Design podcast
Feb 19 • 37 min
BONUS EPISODE! Tom Antion interviewed on the Profit by Design podcast with Dr. Sabrina Starling.
91 - Your Printed and Online Image Represents You: Tom talks Business Graphics
Feb 17 • 24 min
Business Graphics. This is something people spend a fortune on unnecessarily, which just makes it harder for their business to be profitable. I’m not saying there aren’t times when you should hire a real pro to do some graphics. I’m just saying you can…
90 - The Original Traffic Tootsie: Tom interviews Gayl Murphy
Feb 14 • 52 min
Gayl is a Hollywood correspondent, media and presentation coach. She says you got to tell it to sell it. She’s the speaker and author of Interview Tactics How to Survive the Media without getting clobbered and also the Insider’s Guide to Giving a killer…
89 - The Lie Guy: Tom interview Stan Walters
Feb 12 • 51 min
Our guest today is Stan Walters. He sent me his intro and I’m a little bit concerned because he’s been in 36 prisons in 16 states, and one foreign country. He’s known as The Lie Guy. How did he screw the commute while being in prison? I don’t know. And if…
88 - Great Video Means Great Sales: Tom talks $50K Video for pennies
Feb 10 • 23 min
How to make a $50K video about you and your company for only pennies on the dollar. It sets you far above your competitors. When you have a high-quality video production showing people what you’re all about, you will move to the top of the heap when it…
87 - Generations butt heads: Tom interviews Meghan Grace
Feb 7 • 53 min
Meghan Grace is a generational researcher, consultant, author and host of the podcast Hashtag Gen Z. Her career started in higher education but her research focuses on the post millennial generation: Generation Z. She’s been studying Gen Z since 2013, has…
86 - Learn to hire: Tom interviews Dr. Sabrina Starling
Feb 5 • 54 min
Just back from a four week vacation, Dr. Sabrina Starling wants to inspire you to tap your potential. She runs her business only 25 hours per week, that’s most weeks, and she’s a single mom and author. Her latest in the How to Hire the Best series…
85 - Other people finance your projects: Tom talks Crowdfunding
Feb 3 • 20 min
Get the money you need for your business or personal projects and never have to pay it back. So, what exactly is crowdfunding? It’s where you get lots of people to contribute in your projects. I emphasize the word “Contribute” because everyone that gives…
84 - The “Art” of smart calling: Tom interviews Art Sobczak
Feb 1 • 48 min
Over the past 30 years, Art Sobczak has helped sales people worldwide say the right things to get through, get in, and sell primarily using the phone. He’s a speaker, trainer, author, and marketer of his training products. His flagship book Smart Calling…
83 - She messes with people’s minds: Tom interviews Carla Rieger
Jan 29 • 41 min
One of the biggest reasons people fail in business is because they haven’t learned tools to bounce back from setbacks. Carla Rieger shares a powerful “MindStory” method to help you stay confident and motivated no matter what happens. Co-founder of…
82 - Video is exploding: Tom talks YouTube Secrets
Jan 27 • 54 min
Marc Bullard has been a video editor for 15 years. He’s also my YouTube and video marketing expert, and a YouTube consultant for many other clients. He’s also the Head Instructor at the world’s first, fully independent, internet marketing institution.…
81 - He threw away the corporate career: Tom interviews Manny Nowak
Jan 24 • 23 min
Coach Manny is a professional speaker, author, and consultant to business owners and entrepreneurs. He uses his methodology, 90 Days to Your Success, to help organizations build effective sales and marketing processes that take their sales to levels…
80 - She’s funny, funny, funny: Tom interviews Jan McInnis
Jan 22 • 44 min
Twenty three years ago, Jan McInnis left her marketing career to become a comedian and comedy writer. She’s performed for thousands of organizations and has sold material to everyone from The Tonight Show to guests on Jerry Springer. She is also a keynote…
79 - Make money without a website: Tom talks Private Facebook Groups
Jan 20 • 24 min
This is one of the many ways you can earn money online without having a website. Having one always gives you way more chances to increase your income, but you don’t have to have one to start earning. There are also many ways you can make money with a…
78 - MomPreneur Extraordinaire: Tom interviews Elayna Fernandez
Jan 17 • 32 min
Elayna Fernandez is known worldwide for her blog thepositivemom.com. She is a Latina storyteller, an award winning story strategist, and avid student of pain. Certified as the coach, master teacher and trainer, Elayna helps moms create positive growth in…
Special Youth Episode: Tom interviews Tiffani Hockings
Jan 16 • 33 min
SPECIAL YOUTH EPISODE! Tiffani Hockings is the founder of Discovering Me Mentor Program and the author of the book Discovering Me: Because a Girl’s Life is an Adventure. She graduated from Liberty University with a degree in psychology and life coaching,…
77 - He speaks around the world: Tom interviews Dave O’Connor
Jan 15 • 49 min
For over 20 years, Dave O’Connor has been a leading success coach to entrepreneurs, speakers, salespeople, consultants, and mission driven business owners. He’s the co-founder of Mind Story Academy with his partner Carla Rieger. Dave’s live and online…
76 - Your own online robot: Tom talks Chatbots
Jan 13 • 26 min
“Messenger Bots” aka Chatbots. These things are a lot of fun and if you get in now, open rates and click through rates are through the roof. Pretty much never before seen in email marketing. Messenger bots were first released by Facebook back in April of…
75 - Spunky Old Broad: Tom interviews Gayle Carson
Jan 10 • 22 min
Gayle Carson was selected as the 2007 Legend of the Speaking Profession. She hosted entrepreneurs women in business radio show, she wrote for them and had articles in more magazines. Currently she hosts over a dozen radio shows per month and is the…
74 - Entrepreneur on Fire: Tom interviews John Lee Dumas
Jan 8 • 18 min
John Lee Dumas is the host of Entrepreneurs on Fire, an award winning podcast where he interviews inspiring entrepreneurs every Monday and drops value bombs every Thursday with over two thousand episodes, one point three million listeners every month and…
73 - Be great on stage: Tom talks 30 Speaking Tips
Jan 6 • 103 min
I’m going to give you 30 public and professional speaking tips and today’s training will actually be the audio copy of a webinar I did that got lots of great reviews. I’ll have the link to the actual webinar in the show notes for this episode.
72 - The Host with the Most: Tom interviews Raven Blair Glover
Jan 3 • 49 min
Raven, also known as the Talk Show Maven, is the recipient of President Obama’s 2016 Presidential Lifetime Achievement Award. As a child, she dreamt of being on radio. However her journey didn’t begin until age 55. Now she teaches others how to be the…
71 - Writer Extraordinaire: Tom interviews Judith Briles
Jan 1 • 50 min
Dr. Judith Briles is an award winning and bestselling author of 36 books, including Author You, creating and building your author and book platforms. And here’s a cool one, Snappy Sassy Salty Wise Words for authors and publishers. The crowdfunding guide…
70 - Make a Fortune with Ebooks: Tom talks Ebooks
Dec 30, 2018 • 41 min
Ebooks or Electronic books. I’ve been selling them since around 2001 and I’ve made a literal fortune doing so. Ebooks are 97% profit. What other legal product has that much profit? I half-jokingly say you have to be a moron to not be able to make money…
69 - Ms. Perseverance: Tom interviews Jo Hausman
Dec 27, 2018 • 34 min
Jo Hausman is an inspirational speaker and coach. She’s an international live radio talk show host and a bestselling author. She speaks and coaches others to move to greatness in their life. Jo wrote and published a book called Go For IT - A Woman’s Guide…
68 - Speaker Match: Tom interviews Bryan Caplovitz
Dec 25, 2018 • 43 min
Bryan Caplovitz is the president and CEO of SpeakerMatch.com, the world’s largest online speakers bureau. Speaker Match helps line up thousands of speakers on all topics with meeting and event planners who need speakers, from local service clubs to the…
67 - How to Make a Fortune Referring Me and Others: Tom talks Referrals
Dec 23, 2018 • 28 min
In today’s episode, I’m going to tell you the kind of money you can make by referring me and my services, and the same techniques can be used to refer others. Not only will I be telling you about the commissions I pay, later I’ll also tell you some of the…
66 - “The Assessment Guy”: Tom interviews Ken Keis
Dec 20, 2018 • 42 min
Ken Keis is a PhD and he’s the foremost global authority on behavioral assessment strategies and processes. He’s an expert in leadership purpose and wellness. He’s authored over four million words of content, that includes 500 articles for books and a…
65 - He’s a professional investor: Tom interviews Joel Block
Dec 18, 2018 • 45 min
Joel Block is the money business insider. Joe’s a longtime venture capitalist and hedge fund manager. He says that’s gobbledygook for a professional investor. So when you hear a hedge fund, it’s a professional investor. He lives in a shark tank world just…
64 - Stand Out in a Crowd: Tom talks Excellence
Dec 16, 2018 • 31 min
The goal of this episode is to inspire you to see how using pretty darn simple principles could change your life and your accomplishments completely, and make good things happen for you that right now you might not even be able to dream of. Excellence,…
63 - “The Reinvention Guy”: Tom interviews Steve Olsher
Dec 13, 2018 • 47 min
Steve Olsher is known as the world’s foremost reinvention expert. He’s famous for helping individuals and corporations become exceptionally clear on their “what”. And that is, the one thing that they were created to do. His practical no holds barred…
62 - Super Hot at 54: Tom interviews Becca Tebon
Dec 11, 2018 • 52 min
Becca Tebon is a serial entrepreneur. She’s owned two advertising agencies. She’s developed numerous brands and coached many other businesses. Becca’s intentional mission has become to be a go giver through various charities, and sits on the board of…
61 - Outsourcing on the Cheap: Tom talks Outsourcing
Dec 9, 2018 • 22 min
Why should you outsource? There are lots of reasons and one is the price. Also, getting out of payroll taxes and benefits. It also lets you keep you and your other employees focused on more productive things that only you and they can do. Depending where…
60 - The Sexy Boss: Tom interviews Heather Havenwood
Dec 6, 2018 • 50 min
Heather Havenwood teaches coaches, experts, and service providers current online marketing and sales strategies to close the right clients any time they want. She’s regarded as a top authority on digital marketing, sales coaching, and online publishing…
59 - The “Blown Up Guy”: Tom interviews Brian Fleming
Dec 4, 2018 • 46 min
Brian Fleming is an author, speaker, and Combat Wounded Veteran. He’s the resilience trainer for the U.S. military and teaches people how to come back from setbacks as stronger, better people. He’s a walking poster child for that for sure. He speaks for…
58 - The Gold is in the List: Tom talks List Building
Dec 2, 2018 • 28 min
If you really want to grow your list rather than see it decline, your content needs to be great. If you don’t start there, you’re just wasting your time because people will not stay on your list and you will be always looking for the next sucker who…
57 - She chucked the corporate life: Tom interviews Carol McManus
Nov 29, 2018 • 45 min
Carol McManus is an author, speaker, radio host, and social media consultant. She is the CEO of CKC Global Media, a branding and marketing company that helps individuals and companies reach new markets by elevating their message and amplifying their…
56 - Business Out of Adversity: Tom interviews Mike Domitrz
Nov 27, 2018 • 40 min
Leading organisations and educational institutions seek out Mike Domitrz’s thought provoking programs to transform the culture in their organizations. He’s the author of “Can I Kiss You?”. He’s also the founder of The Date Safe Project. He has been a…
55 - Instant Products: Tom talks Private Label Rights
Nov 25, 2018 • 14 min
What is a private label information product? It’s a product produced by someone else and that person or company sells you the “rights” to sell the product under your name as if you created it. You will frequently see the abbreviation PLR which stands for…
54 - The Master Negotiator: Tom interviews Greg Williams
Nov 22, 2018 • 45 min
Greg Williams is the master negotiator and body language expert. He’s also a TV News contributor. He’s authored seven books on the topic of negotiation and reading body language and he’s trained tens of thousands of people worldwide. Today he’ll unlock…
53 - She loves to climb mountains: Tom interviews Denise Wakeman
Nov 20, 2018 • 34 min
Denise Wakeman’s motto is just say yes. After a life changing trek in the Andes mountains, she embraced her inner adventurer and ditched the black business suits for a knapsack and hiking boots. As long as there’s Wi-Fi, Denise is a happy camper. She’s an…
52 - Other people sell your stuff: Tom talks Affiliate Selling
Nov 18, 2018 • 30 min
Tom takes you through the world of Affiliate Selling, giving details of the different types and how to take advantage of this to boost your business and create new ones.
51 - Health and financial problems didn’t stop him: Tom interviews Jim Edwards
Nov 15, 2018 • 45 min
Jim was one of the first to publish an e-book online back in 1997, the same year Microsoft Front Page came along and a mere mortal could make a web page. He’s taught hundreds of thousands around the world about self publishing, sales copy, email…
50 - Sponsorship expert tells you how to get the money: Tom interviews Roberto Candelaria
Nov 13, 2018 • 39 min
Roberto Candelaria is the founder of Sponsorship Boot Camp and the international best selling author of Relationships Raise Money A Guide to Corporate Sponsorship and Sponsorship for Influencers Profitable Partnerships in Five Simple Steps. He’s also the…
49 - Recycle your knowledge for fun and profit: Tom talks Repurposing
Nov 11, 2018 • 68 min
I want you to maximize your sales from every piece of knowledge you own or that you can create or have somebody else create for you. I’m going to show you how to take your knowledge, and format and sell it many, many, many different ways. Let’s get this…
48 - Here’s one happy guy: Tom interviews Joel Comm
Nov 8, 2018 • 41 min
Joel Comm is a New York Times best selling author, Blockchain enthusiast, professional keynote speaker, social media marketing strategist and live video expert. With over two decades of experience harnessing the power of the Web, publishing social media…
47 - Secrets of commercial real estate: Tom interviews Dr. Howard Haller
Nov 6, 2018 • 41 min
Dr. Howard Haller, I call him Big Dog Ph.D., believes that with the right tools and training, anyone can build a full time income with part time effort because when you know how to find the right cash flowing commercial property, that’s his expertise, it…
46 - Other people will spread your name everywhere: Tom talks Viral Marketing
Nov 4, 2018 • 40 min
I’m not talking about your crazy cat video that gets 3 million views overnight. I’m talking about specific tools and techniques now available to anyone. You don’t have to get 3 million views overnight to make millions of dollars in your business using low…
45 - She’s not a stripper: Tom interviews Silver Rose
Nov 1, 2018 • 35 min
Silver Rose, and despite the name, she swears she is not a country western singer or a stripper. I don’t know if that’s the same order, but she is an expert in getting employees to bring their best to work each day. She’s known for making audiences laugh…
44 - She’s the Businesswoman of the Year: Tom interviews Patricia Drain
Oct 30, 2018 • 34 min
Patricia Noel Drain is the founder of the Case Academy. In the academy, she works with Coaches Authors Speakers and Entrepreneurs at the Case Academy to make the money they deserve with what they already know. Her newest event is The Year of the Woman is…
43 - Ten cool ways to be great any time you speak
Oct 28, 2018 • 56 min
This episode is going to give you TEN of the things I always do to get the kind of results you want and need. A successful presentation is memorable and the people attending should leave motivated and inspired. You need to do everything you can to become…
42 - Former Waiter turned Media Mogul: Tom interviews Mitch Davis
Oct 25, 2018 • 40 min
Mitch Davis runs expertclick.com. The expert referral site and his news release wire is where his clients get success from those two entities. He pushes their news releases out 10 ways to news media and creates a great search engine optimization footprint…
41 - New Science of Swimming: Tom interviews Dr. Pete Andersen
Oct 23, 2018 • 31 min
Dr. Pete Andersen is regarded as one of the best swimming instructors in the world. His brand Teach Yourself To Swim is a system of easy to master, one minute steps regarded as the New Science of Swimming. His illustrated book and pro demonstrations DVD…
40 - Save a ton of money making business purchases
Oct 21, 2018 • 27 min
One of my overriding principles of becoming wealthy through your business is by keeping your costs extremely low. There are many firms servicing the business community that charge small fortunes for things that should cost sometimes literally 100 times…
39 - Community Building: Tom interviews Warren Carlyle
Oct 18, 2018 • 39 min
Warren Carlyle is a community building strategist and the CEO founder of, wait till you hear this, OctoNation. This is the largest octopus fan club with 250,000 plus members across various social platforms. This community was featured by Ellen DeGeneres,…
38 - She’s a Mompreneur: Tom interviews Caroline de Posada
Oct 16, 2018 • 37 min
Caroline de Posada is an attorney, speaker, writer, wife, and mom to three boys. Caroline practiced law at the public defender’s office. Until her first son was born. She’s then created several businesses giving her the flexibility to raise her children.…
37 - Geeks are your friends
Oct 14, 2018 • 38 min
I’m going to cover recruiting young, tech savvy people to work for you either as independent contractors or employees. I suggest every business embrace young people we lovingly call geeks and propeller heads. These are tech savvy people that are in love…
36 - Editor of “American Entrepreneur”: Tom interviews A.J. Martinson
Oct 11, 2018 • 42 min
A. J. Martinson is a film director, editor, and cinematographer who skipped college in order to pursue a self-taught career in filmmaking. Six years later, he’s worked on hundreds of projects through his own production company, Section Three Films,…
35 - Green Acres is the place to be: Tom interviews Scott Wilson
Oct 9, 2018 • 35 min
Scott Wilson, along with his family, own and operate Full Quiver Farm in Suffolk, Virginia. They have pasture raised chicken, eggs, pork, and beef. They sell direct to customers and at local farmers markets and other delivery points around the area. They…
34 - Make a fortune with Email Marketing
Oct 7, 2018 • 45 min
You can make a lot of money with quality email marketing. To this day, with all the fancy social media and text and messenger marketing, people at my level still make virtually all our money through email. In this episode, I’m going to cover the mechanics…
33 - Write your own ticket: Tom interviews Christina Hills
Oct 4, 2018 • 35 min
Christina Hills is the founder of the Website Creation Workshop. She teaches non techie people how to easily create a website in Wordpress in a fun and creative way. She used to work in the film and television industry, but when her baby was born, she…
32 - Vacation Any Time: Tom interviews John Drebinger
Oct 2, 2018 • 42 min
John Drebinger is a certified speaking professional who has spoken to over 400 major clients on safety over 28 years. His best selling books have sold 80,000 copies which is forty five thousand more copies than any other book in the field of safety. His…
31 - Joint Ventures: Get Other People to “Put you on the Map”
Sep 30, 2018 • 40 min
Joint venturing is perfect if you’re just starting out and you don’t have a big mailing list. If you’ve been around Internet marketing at all, you always hear about the value of the list. If you’re established and have a big or moderate sized list, you…
30 - “Self Help” is his middle name “Self Growth” is his website: Tom interviews David Riklan
Sep 27, 2018 • 31 min
David Riklan is the founder of selfgrowth.com, one of the top self-improvement websites. Now I’m going to have to dispute that a little bit. I probably would say it’s THE top self-improvement website on the Internet. Selfgrowth.com has received over 100…
29 - She’s a collaboration and sponsorship expert out of Canada: Tom interviews Charmaine Hammond
Sep 25, 2018 • 27 min
Charmaine Hammond is a serial entrepreneur and business owner. She’s a professional speaker who teaches the principles of collaboration, partnership and sponsorship. As a result of Charmaine’s teachings and program, she has presented to more than 300,000…
28 - How to Advertise Your Business Online
Sep 23, 2018 • 31 min
This is a brief primer to show you lots of things you could be doing with regard to advertising and promoting your business. Some of them would take a week-long training session to even get halfway competent. What I want to do is let you know what you…
27 - “The Mango Man” strikes again: Tom interviews Wayne Pickering
Sep 20, 2018 • 37 min
Dr. Wayne “Mango Man” Pickering is an MD, a PhD and an SCM. He’s the author of 25 books, over a hundred CDs, 70 plus DVDs, and 10 health systems. He’s a naturopathic physician, Doctor of Theology, a nutritional performance coach, a lifestyle management…
26 - Lights, camera and action from this Hollywood producer: Tom interviews Terri Marie
Sep 18, 2018 • 38 min
Terri Marie has worked with Olympic athletes, like the U.S. Ski Team and top public figures like James Roosevelt. That’s Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt’s son. She’s an award winning producer who has produced over 38 documentaries. Her ski movies have…
25 - Automate Your Business
Sep 16, 2018 • 18 min
Around 2002, I got to $1.2 million a year with one part time person who came in one day a week. I had anywhere from 100K to 150K subscribers and many thousands of customers. How can a person possibly handle that many people? The answer is automation.…
24 - This guy has an art restoration company: Tom interviews Scott Haskins
Sep 13, 2018 • 33 min
Scott M. Haskins is an art conservator with Fine Art Conservation Laboratories, an internationally renowned painting restoration firm that provides a variety of professional services, including disaster response for art and murals. He is also the author…
23 - She’s a top business strategist: Tom interviews Vickie Sullivan
Sep 11, 2018 • 22 min
Vickie is internationally recognized as one of the top market and brand strategist for experts and thought leaders since 1989. She specializes in standing out in crazy, crowded markets. Her clients range from world renowned astronauts, New York Times best…
22 - Learn the Details: Upselling and Advertorials
Sep 9, 2018 • 26 min
These are two different topics, but both will help you sell more. We typically call upselling, “Do you want fries with that?” Someone has already made a purchase decision and we are offering them something additional to go with what they just decided to…
21 - He started a gold standard webinar replay service: Tom interviews Geoff Ronning
Sep 6, 2018 • 24 min
Geoff Ronning is a longtime entrepreneur. He currently is focused on StealthSeminar.com and WebinarProsperityBlueprint.com. He has a front row seat and advisory role to webinars that are running around the world, including mine. Geoff has observed his…
20 - She Teaches People How to Write a Book: Tom interviews Carol Amato
Sep 4, 2018 • 30 min
Carol J. Amato is an award winning author of 26 books and 200 articles in national magazines. Four more books are due out in 2018. Two nonfiction, a science fiction novel for adults, and a middle grade mystery. Carol also coaches entrepreneurs on writing…
19 - Get Information Product Ideas FAST: Quality Products
Sep 2, 2018 • 65 min
There is no reason you can’t or shouldn’t create information products, no matter what kind of business you are in or thinking about starting. They are cheap, easy and low risk to create, yet they have a super high profit margin. 90% for physical products…
18 - Anti Bullying: Tom interviews Al Johnson
Aug 30, 2018 • 32 min
Al Johnson created the Bullies be Gone project. It’s a national award winning program for children and adults for the past 32 years. Al has taught thousands anti-bullying, safety awareness, self-confidence and racial harmony. His program’s objective is…
17 - The Brain Gym Man: Tom interviews Jerry Teplitz
Aug 28, 2018 • 34 min
Dr. Jerry V. Teplitz is an attorney. he has a Ph.D. in holistic health sciences and is celebrating his 44th year as a professional speaker. Jerry has spoken to over 1 million people and has earned the title of Certified Speaking Professional from the…
16 - Seminar Scams
Aug 26, 2018 • 79 min
The top 20 seminars scams and how you can avoid them. I decided to do this after spending over half of my speaking career, which is about 13 years, speaking at public seminars and watching the decline of services provided by seminar speakers and promoters…
15 - Gorgeous Image Consultant: Tom interviews Rayne Parvis
Aug 23, 2018 • 26 min
Rayne Parvis is a Los Angeles based Certified Personal Stylist, style coach and media personality. Author of The Ultimate Guide to Style from Drab to Fab, she entered the fashion industry as a fit model, over 15 years ago, after which she began consulting…
14 - Superhero Motivational Speaker: Tom interviews Barbara Cookson
Aug 21, 2018 • 30 min
Barbara Anne Cookson is a professional speaker and she’s known as the Superhero Speaker. She actually dresses up like a superhero! She keynotes conferences nationally, leads workshops and retreats, and she’s a certified health coach helping people to get…
13 - Copywriting
Aug 19, 2018 • 40 min
Copywriting is about words that make people buy stuff. This is the #1 skill in my entire 40+ year formal business career that’s made me the most money. This is a must listen episode if you really want to increase your business income. You can even start a…
12 - These Entrepreneurs Work Out of Two Homes: Tom Interviews The Rudelics
Aug 16, 2018 • 29 min
Robert and Sheryl Rudelic are co-owners of Impax Therapy, an innovative sports medicine and personal coaching practice in San Francisco. They bring together their combined talents: Robert’s 30 years of changing people’s lives on a physical, emotional and…
11 - This Guy Can Sell Your Books: Tom Interviews John Kremer
Aug 15, 2018 • 32 min
John Kramer is the author of 1001 Ways to Market Your Books and is a mentor to authors who have sold over a BILLION books. He’s also the founder of the Billion Book Initiative to help the next generation of book authors sell another billion books. Over…
10 - Shopping Carts
Aug 12, 2018 • 37 min
In this episode, Tom gives you lots of information so you can make the right choice on picking a shopping cart system. This is a pretty serious decision that you’ll likely have to live with for a while. Simply too important to make without knowing the…
9 - Reading Tarot Cards for a Living: Tom Interviews Dusty White
Aug 10, 2018 • 29 min
Dusty White is the number one best seller of the book The Easiest Way to Learn Tarot Ever and Advanced Tarot Secrets. He is one of the best astrology and tarot teachers in the world. He turns beginners into professionals and professionals into highly paid…
8 - Create Extraordinary Leaders: Tom interviews Cher & Bil Holton
Aug 8, 2018 • 27 min
Cher and Bil Holton have been helping corporate clients be extraordinary in leadership teamwork and bottom line results. They take what they call Indiana Jones vacations, like whitewater rafting, skydiving, fire walking and ballroom dancing. You don’t see…
7 - Top Ten Ways to Make Money Speaking
Aug 6, 2018 • 33 min
In this weekly training session, Tom shows you that there are many ways to make money speaking without even getting on stage. Yes, of course part of it can be getting on stage, but if you hang in there for this entire episode you’ll see there are many…
6 - He Created a Brand: Tom Interviews Daniel Hall
Jun 26, 2018 • 32 min
Daniel Hall is a former student of mine, an attorney and a nurse. (You don’t see that combo every day hahaha) I helped put him on the map years ago by promoting his “Speak on Cruise Ships” product and since then he’s taken off like wildfire and has his…
5 - Content Creation: Tom Interviews Jeff Herring
Jun 26, 2018 • 26 min
Jeff Herring used to be a psychologist and I tease him that I never met a psychologist that didn’t need one. hahaha He was in my mentor program and has become a full time Internet marketer and he even has his own moniker, “The Content Marketing Guy”.
4 - Cheap World Class Websites
Jun 26, 2018 • 39 min
In this weekly training session Tom shows you the method he uses to create world class websites in most cases for under 100 bucks.
3 - Keep Safe: Tom Antion Interviews Alain Burrese
Jun 26, 2018 • 23 min
Tom and Alain discuss Alain’s business “Survive a Shooting”. This business and his materials help keep you and your loved ones safe in a dangerous world. Alain is a lawyer and former Army sniper and sniper instructor. Alain is one of the few people in the…
2 - Internet Audio: Tom Antion interviews Mike Stewart
Jun 12, 2018 • 27 min
Mike is “The Internet Audio Guy”, who was finally able to get Tom Antion to jump into the podcasting pool! He’s a consultant and coach who helps businesses understand the Internet and what it can do for them. He also creates training courses and develops…
1 - Intro to this podcast & THE most important thing you can do - Keyword Research
Jun 11, 2018 • 27 min
This is Tom Antion’s maiden voyage into podcasting. In this first episode Tom introduces himself and goes in depth on the biggest mistake he’s seen in 24 years selling online.