Text 21 Oct Growing Talent with Dan Coyle [PreneurCast Ep147]

Dan Coyle is the author of The Talent Code, a book about how some of the world’s most successful athletes train and develop their talent. There are a lot of lessons in the book for all walks of life, not just sport, and he discusses these with Pete.

Links:
Online:
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Books:
The Talent Code – Dan Coyle
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The Secret Race – Dan Coyle and Tyler Hamilton
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Text 21 Oct 730: Valerie Young: The impostor syndrome, and how to thrive in spite of it
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Valerie YoungWhat does it take to be an Entrepreneur? Join us as Valerie shares her Entrepreneurial mindset and an inside glance at her journey to becoming a successful Entrepreneur.

Valerie is an internationally known confidence expert and Author of The Secret Thoughts of Successful Women: Why Capable People Suffer from the Impostor Syndrome and How to Thrive in Spite of It. Valerie has been cited in Wall Street Journal, Inc., Chicago Tribune, and O magazine, among others.

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  • ‘Being realistic is the most common path to mediocrity.’ – Will Smith click to tweet!

Business Failure

  • Valerie tried the side-preneur thing and failed miserably. She shares why – and also reveals how side-preneurs can succeed!

Entrepreneurial AH-HA Moment

  • Valerie’s AH-HA moment was to play BIG. You’re being selfish if you have something amazing to share with the world and you play small. True words, Fire Nation!

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  • Brainstorm Nation is becoming a reality, and Fire Nation, Prepare to IGNITE!

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Text 20 Oct 1 note How To Request To Guest Post And Get Accepted

How To Request To Guest Post And Get Accepted is a post from: EntrepreneurOnFire.com

Click here to listen to the audio version of this post, Episode 23 of Kate’s Take. (Episode not yet published)

When I first came on board with John at EntrepreneurOnFire I knew I had a lot of studying to do.

I’m a somewhat smart marketer thanks to my background in the advertising industry, but drawing up marketing plans for a worldwide logistics company and for truckload and freight carriers isn’t really the same as a marketing plan for a business podcast. What’s this industry all about, and what’s it like working for myself instead of someone else?

I was anxious and excited about diving in and searching the Internet for others in the online marketing industry who I could learn from like Neil Patel, the guys over at ThinkTraffic, and CopyBlogger, who I’d heard so much about.

And I couldn’t wait for the day when I’d be hanging out with a group of people and actually know who they were talking about when they said “Oh yeah, Amy Porterfield talks about that a lot.”, or “Yep, you must be thinking of James Clear.” Better yet, what if I was the one who threw out one of these names?…

But aside from just exploring the wide open net to familiarize myself with the online landscape, I also wanted to hone in on a couple of things I knew I was good at right away so I could start adding value.

So I took a step back, and I asked myself, “What is that I’m bringing to the EntrepreneurOnFire table, and how might that lend to me learning more about working in the entrepreneurial space online?

Well, writing was one thing I knew I brought to the table, so…

I started our blog

EntrepreneurOnFire

After getting our own blog rolling, I started thinking about the 2nd half of my question: how my writing might lend to me learning more about working in the entrepreneurial space online.

As a writer who was looking to improve my own skills, techniques and habits, I was particularly interested in learning from the best: what were already established bloggers doing online, and how could I learn from them?

After thinking it over, it all started to come together nicely:

  • Writing was one thing I brought to the table, so starting our blog was my first step;
  • Learning more about working in the entrepreneurial space online was important to me, and I was also looking to check out some already-established bloggers who I could pick up some good tips from, so I knew I’d have to be doing my research; and finally,
  • I wanted to put this all against our big goals for 2014, one of which was to increase traffic to our site in addition to increasing our listenership.

Ah-ha! What did all three of these things point towards? Guest posting.

We knew guest posting could help us do 3 major things

1. Help me learn more about the entrepreneurial space online and pick up writing techniques from established bloggers in our industry;

2. Provide a ton of value to an audience who may have never heard us before, therefore giving us the opportunity to grow our audience;

3. Giving us the opportunity to grow some solid relationships with online industry leaders.

In fact, I learned a lot of these points straight from someone I’ve followed from the very beginning, Jeff Goins. Jeff wrote a great post on How Guest Posting Can Help Grow Your Blog, although I believe the points he makes here are really applicable to any business – whether it’s a blog, a podcast, or any other medium.

How do you request to guest post?

So, now that I knew what my goal was, the next question I asked myself was, “How do I go about requesting to guest post on others’ blogs?” … No, wait: “How do I go about requesting to guest post on others’ blogs AND get accepted?

I had written guest posts before, but it was always a result of people reaching out to me and simply saying, “Will you write a guest post on this topic for my blog?”, and me saying “Heck yeah!” I’d never actually reached out to a big-name blogger and requested to guest post before.

I knew it wasn’t going to be easy – I mean, I can’t just email Neil Patel and say “Hey Neil, what’s up?! What do you think about me guest posting for Quick Sprout?”

(Please don’t ever send a message like that to a blogger who you want to guest post for.) =)

But really, how would you know if you’d never done the research? I set out to do just that: research the best ways to approach bloggers and request to guest post.

Ramit Sethi writes in a post about guest posting on I Will Teach You To Be Rich, “While many new bloggers write content and pray for others to come, proactive bloggers reach out to others in their field, write amazingly good content, and quickly build a name for themselves.” This is who I wanted to be: a proactive blogger.

I also wanted to be a blogger who people just couldn’t say no to (remember: you not only want to request to guest post, but you want to be accepted, too). So I started thinking about how I could make my requests so irresistible and so easy for the blogger who I’m sending it to that it would actually kind of be a crime for them to say “no thanks”.

And what about content? I knew what I should write about for our blog, but what about for someone else’s blog?

Don’t worry, I’m about to give you a step-by-step guide of the best way to formulate a guest post, and then we’ll look at how you should actually request to guest post to increase your chances of being accepted.

4 steps to formulating a guest post, and how to request to

1. Start a list of the blogs you’re interested in guest posting for

You have to know where you want to guest post before you start reaching out to people. Generally speaking, the blogs you guest post on should have a similar audience as yours. If one of your goals is to grow your own blog, then you want to be talking to those who will visit your blog as a result of seeing your guest post, and then keep coming back for more.

Also, it’s not a bad idea to make yourself known on the blogs you want to guest post for. Have you ever commented on – or interacted with – that blog before? If not, then you should start. It’s a lot better to have someone say “Oh yeah, that name sounds kind of familiar.”, vs. “Who is this person?”

2. Go back to that list

Now go back to your list of blogs and add a 1-sentence summary of the type of content they provide their readers. Do they talk about SEO tactics? How to build and grow your audience? How to become a location independent entrepreneur?

You really want to hone in on their topic so that you have a place to start when thinking about potential posts, plus, you want this to be the best post you’ve ever written. If you’re not familiar with, or cannot speak to, the topic at hand, then it’s not a great idea to force it. This will only result in a poorly written post and a shaky start to a relationship – at the very least.

3. Study their writing and blog style

What’s the tone of the blog? What types of titles do they typically go with? Really study how their posts are formatted and take note of things like whether their posts teach a single lesson, or tend to talk about a broader idea; do they follow a certain outline, or is each post unique?; and what’s the average length of each of their posts?

Also, do they have guidelines already posted on their site? If they do, make sure you check them out so you know what will be expected of you as a guest poster. If you’re checking out a blog that only posts “epic content” that is no less than 2,500 words, and you’re not willing to take the time to write that post and make it best one you’ve ever written, then don’t waste yours or the blog owner’s time.

4. Create 2-4 titles with a short summary or bullet points for the content you’ll propose

Remember earlier when I talked about making it easy and irresistible for them to say no to you? This step is very important.

If you haven’t already been communicating with the blogger or someone on their team about writing a guest post, then it’s pretty much the law that – with your initial request to guest post – you send over your ideas for the post you want to write.

Think about it this way: a lot of the blogs you’re requesting to guest post on are probably pretty backed by pretty big names, right? Well, this also means they’re pretty busy.

Email communication takes time, not to mention the fact that you’re really asking them for a favor, not doing them a favor. So it really doesn’t make much sense that you would ask them for a favor AND THEN suggest that they do all the work.

Providing your proposed topics with a short summary makes it easy for the blogger to take a look at your email, quickly determine whether or not your post will add value to their blog, and then respond. If you don’t include your proposed topics, you’ve already added at least 1 back-and-forth set of correspondence that could have been avoided altogether, saving both of you time and making it more likely your request will be accepted.

Here is a sample email I want to share with you that I actually sent to request to guest post on another blog:

EntrepreneurOnFire

This was in response to an introduction that was made between myself and another blogger, who emailed me a gave me the guidelines they follow for their blog, which is why I open the email above with “Thanks for the rundown.”

Now, if I were starting from scratch, here is an example of what I would write:

Hi _____!

I’ve been following your blog for quite some time now, and I love your content and the lessons you share with your readers. Every time I read a post, I feel like I’m able to take a single, clear lesson away from it, which is why I think it’s so great.

I’m reaching out to see if you’d be interested in featuring a guest post from EntrepreneurOnFire, a top-ranked business podcast that gets over 950,000 unique downloads every month. We also have a blog on our site at www.EOFire.com/blog, where we share resources and tips with entrepreneurs who are ready to take action to improve their business and their mindset today.

I believe I can add value to your audience on a few different topics, and so I’ve included those topics I think would really resonate with your readers here:

1. Proposed title or topic

- Summary of content

2. Proposed title or topic

- Summary of content

3. Proposed title or topic

- Summary of content

Thanks so much for considering my request! And I assure you, I will make this process as seamless as possible for you by sending you a formatted document with links included that you can copy and paste directly into WordPress.

Best,
Kate

Side note: Some bloggers like it when you link back to their own content within your guest post. If you know this to be the case, then you may want to either add a couple of links from their site that you plan to reference, or at least acknowledge this and let them know you’re on board and ready to do whatever it takes.

Now that you know how to formulate a guest post AND how to approach a blogger and request to guest post so that it’s likely they’ll accept, let’s get down to why I wrote this post.

Guest post takeaways

Well, first of all, this is all real-life stuff. I really did do all of the things I mentioned above after coming on board with EntrepreneurOnFire. And guess what? Since then, we’ve done guest posts on ThinkTraffic, Social Media Examiner, Location180, Early To Rise, Under30CEO and several others.

I want you to have the information and resources you need to become a guest poster and help grow your audience the same way we have ours.

I’ve also received a fair amount of requests to guest post on EntrepreneurOnFire that do not do any of the things I’ve mentioned above. While I suspect those people don’t actually read our blog, I still thought it was important to share these tips with you so that when you do go to request to guest post, you’ll know exactly what to do.

Here are some other helpful resources that I found when I first started researching how to request to guest post:

Michael Hyatt: Seven Steps to Writing a Successful Guest Post

Guest Post Guidelines straight from Write To Done

CopyBlogger: 7 Crucial Tactics for Writing a Wildly Successful Guest Post

Have you ever reached out to a blogger in your industry and requested to guest post? What was your approach like? Share with us in the comments section below!

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Text 20 Oct 729: Jeff Ullrich: Podcasting, sponsorships, and much, much more
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Jeff UllrichWhat does it take to be an Entrepreneur? Join us as Jeff shares his Entrepreneurial mindset and an inside glance at his journey to becoming a successful Entrepreneur.

Jeff is Founder and Chairman of Midroll Media – the parent company of Earwolf, the leading comedy podcasting network – and the Midroll advertising platform. Midroll offers the industry’s first user focused, self service ad platform, representing Marc Maron, Comedy Bang Bang, and yours truly, EntrepreneurOnFire.

Success Quote

  • ‘It’s always better to be late and alive than dead and on time.’ – Jeff’s Aunt click to tweet!

Business Failure

  • Jeff experienced death from 1,000 opportunities. Translation? You’ll have to tune in!

Entrepreneurial AH-HA Moment

  • Jeff’s AH-HA moment is a combination of getting stood up and dead fish. Listen closely, Fire Nation!

Current Business

  • Jeff unveils his newest project for the FIRST TIME on EntrepreneurOnFire!

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Text 20 Oct Podcast’s Back, November Marketing & Selling 30,000 Copies [Noise Reduction .81]

Hey Gang,
     
Hope you enjoy this week’s Noise Reduction.

Pete

Copywriting with Joe Sugarman [PreneurCast Ep146]
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After a couple of months’ hiatus, we’re back with some amazing interviews and episodes, starting off with a conversation with a true direct-response marketing pioneer – Joseph Sugarman. Not only did Joe lead the way with the products he chose to market, but also in the way he marketed them – introducing the concept of using toll-free numbers to take credit card orders over the phone, which was unheard of at the time. This episode is such a great one to start off this new series of shows with, so sit back and enjoy.

November 2014 Promotional Calendar Ideas [Opt-Ins & Conversions]
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In an effort to beef up the fun in your marketing and see more conversions as a result (one of the 7 Levers of Business, of course), we’ve put together this essay covering clever promotional ideas for November 2014. November presents a slew of interesting promotional opportunities, particularly for those businesses operating internationally, as the USA ramps up into its holiday season with full force and many countries partake in “Black Friday” sales the day after Americans celebrate Thanksgiving.

WHY People Fail
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Spoiler alert: The reason most people fail is NOT “fear,” though that’s become a favourite choice of our culture lately.

HUGE Collection of Display Adverts from Claude Hopkins
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This one missed last week’s ‘swipe file’ edition of Noise Reduction, but is a must-have in your files. Please tell me you’ve read both of Hopkins books! You have, right? Surely!

Behind The Book Campaign: How to Sell 30,000 Copies in Six Weeks
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Over the last several years, “media manipulator” and author Ryan Holiday has done dozens of book launches. He’s worked on campaigns for books that sold millions of copies and hit #1 on the New York Times Best Sellers list. He says a lot of people in publishing have been looking very hard for marketing steroids for a long time (first Twitter, then Amazon, then email, then blogs), and that he may have accidentally stumbled on a new one.

The 16 Best Books About Marketing, Period
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Below is Ryan’s list of the best marketing books that have shaped his career, taught him to land many huge clients (Dov Charney of American Apparel, Tim Ferriss and Tucker Max), spread messages, and ultimately helped him acquire and keep many customers who spent many millions of dollars.

No, You Can’t Pick My Brain. It Costs Too Much
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Many in the marketing circles will tell you the freebie giveaway is vital. But it doesn’t always lead to a sale. With the Internet being so widely available loaded with free information, people automatically assume that you too have to provide information for free. Author and former recruiter Adrienne D. Graham argues that in essence, what you’re doing when you ask to pick someone’s brain is coming to a professional and asking them to work for free.

Tony Robbins on Morning Routines, Peak Performance, and Mastering Money
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Some know him as the guy with the big teeth from Shallow Hal or those late night infomercials. Others like Andre Agassi, Oprah or Usher know him as a peak performance coach. Yet, with the release of his first book in 20 years, you’ll soon know Tony as the author of MONEY Master the Game: 7 Simple Steps to Financial Freedom. This is a must-listen chat with Tim Ferriss!

So What’s Noise Reduction? Well, we all know there is so much crap out there on the web, especially in the business /marketing space — and it’s hard to remove all the noise to find the stuff that’s actually valuable. So we started a really small (almost) weekly e-mail with just a handful of the cool, noteworthy, and important stuff we stumble across each week. This post is one of those editions.

Want to Get These Noise Reductions Direct to Your Inbox? Easy! Just register to download Pete’s book below, and you’ll automatically be added to the newsletter list.

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Text 19 Oct 1 note 728: Dorie Clark: Reinventing you: Define your brand, imagine your future
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Dorie ClarkWhat does it take to be an Entrepreneur? Join us as Dorie shares her Entrepreneurial mindset and an inside glance at her journey to becoming a successful Entrepreneur.

Dorie is the Author of Reinventing You: Define Your Brand, Imagine Your Future. She blogs for Forbes, Entrepreneur and HBR, and is a strategy consultant and speaker for clients such as Google, Fidelity, and the World Bank.

Success Quote

  • ‘In any moment of decision, the best thing you can do is the right thing. The worst thing you can do is nothing.’ – Theodore Roosevelt click to tweet!

Business Failure

  • Dorie shares a failure that almost resulted in a disaster, as she had to scramble for plan b. Find out her top recommendation for YOU, Fire Nation, to avoid a similar fate…

Entrepreneurial AH-HA Moment

  • Dorie wrote a blog post about reinventing yourself that went viral. That resulted in a full-on article, which resulted in a full-blown book. The AH-HA moment is clear here, Fire Nation!

Current Business

  • Dorie announces her next book, and there’s a mention within for me!

Small Business Resource

  • LevelUp: The better way to pay. Save money the first time you try a place. Save money whenever you go back. And, save time, by paying with your phone.

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Text 18 Oct 727: Rachel Cruze: How to handle money and stay out of debt
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Rachel CruzeWhat does it take to be an Entrepreneur? Join us as Rachel shares her Entrepreneurial mindset and an inside glance at her journey to becoming a successful Entrepreneur.

Rachel is a seasoned communicator and presenter, helping Americans learn the proper ways to handle money and stay out of debt. Her new book Smart Money Smart Kids, Co-authored with her dad, Dave Ramsey, released in April 2014 and debuted at #1 on the New York Times Best-seller list.

Success Quote

  • ‘Maturity doesn’t come with age, but begins with the acceptance of responsibility.’ — Edwin Louis Cole click to tweet!

Business Failure

  • Rachel made a living out of people’s #1 fear: public speaking. But being a rockstar, she thought she could knock it out of the park every time. Well, ALMOST every time. Rachel shares a gripping story of a time she froze on stage – yikes!

Entrepreneurial AH-HA Moment

  • Rachel’s AH-HA moment came on her first day of college, and it involved a BMW. Listen to the ripple effect that day has had on her life.

Current Business

  • Rachel is touring America speaking to audiences about her passion: finance. Check out her schedule on her site below to see if she’s coming to a city near you!

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Text 17 Oct 726: T. Harv Eker: The innermost secrets of the millionaire mind
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T. Harv EkerWhat does it take to be an Entrepreneur? Join us as T. Harv shares his Entrepreneurial mindset and an inside glance at his journey to becoming a successful Entrepreneur.

Using the principles he teaches, T. Harv went from zero to millionaire in only 2 1/2 years, and then went on to build one of the largest success training companies in North America. He also shocked the publishing world with his book, Secrets of the Millionaire Mind, hitting #1 on the NY Times, USA Today and Wall Street Journal Best-seller lists its first week out.

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  • ‘1 step in the right direction is worth 100 years of talking about it.’ – Unknown click to tweet!

Business Failure

  • T. Harv shares a decade of ‘not getting it right’ with Fire Nation, highlighted with a story that will knock your socks off!

Entrepreneurial AH-HA Moment

  • It took an earthquake to give T. Harv an AH-HA moment of EPIC proportions – listen in to hear all about it!

Current Business

  • T. Harv has an INCREDIBLE gift for YOU Fire Nation: 60 minutes that will change your perspective forever. HarvOnFire.com!

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Text 16 Oct Top 10 EOFire Blog Posts

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Here are the top 10 posts written on EntrepreneurOnFire. We hope you enjoy!

#1: The Ultimate Podcast Guide

Oh yes, it truly is…

3 video tutorials, 12,000+ words, and a whole lot of goodies!

#2: Top 15 Business Books Recommended by Today’s Top Entrepreneurs (over 7k shares!)

We’ve gathered some incredible insights and lessons learned, and we’ve also documented some solid recommendations from our guests here on EntrepreneurOnFire.

#3: The Pat Flynn Effect

You’ve probably heard either me or John talk about the importance of relationships and community for entrepreneurs and small business owners on several occasions.

Relationships are what EntrepreneurOnFire was originally built on. Well, that and a whole lot of hard work, of course!

#4: Podcast Sponsorships: All the goods

When I launched EntrepreneurOnFire back in September of 2012, I had no idea what the source of my income would be. However, I did know that if I provided enough amazing content and value to my listeners for free, that the income side of things would fall into place.

#5: EntrepreneurOnFire’s First 365 Days: An Income Report, and All That Jazz

Alright, alright… I know I said “First 365 Days”, but you didn’t think we’d leave out the pre-launch phase, did you??

A lot went on from June 2012 – August 2013 (to say the least), and we’re about to share it all with you right here. As you can imagine, digging up some of this stuff wasn’t easy. But because you asked for it – we found it :)

#6: Defining your avatar

The #1 thing you can do for your business…

#7: Consistency: Simple, but not easy

I want to talk about one of the simplest, yet most under-utilized techniques in existence. It’s one that we live by here at EntrepreneurOnFire.

It’s called consistency.

Question: If consistency is really that simple, then why don’t more people just do it?

#8: Growing your business: How long it really takes

Have you ever stopped to think about how long growing your business really takes? The endurance, the nurturing and the patience required to really help it grow?

We’d all like to think that it’s as easy as purchasing a domain, getting our website built, and firing up our social media profiles. Once all of that happens, we’ll just start to grow naturally, right?

#9: Creating systems that create freedom

In May of 2014, two years after John had his AH-HA moment for EntrepreneurOnFire, and one year after I joined the team, we took our first fully unplugged vacation since creating our business.

Many entrepreneurs don’t believe they have the time to take a vacation. They say things like…

#10: The Top 10 business books according to 550 Entrepreneurs

After more than 550 episodes, we’ve gathered some incredible insights and lessons learned, and we’ve also documented some solid recommendations from our guests here on EntrepreneurOnFire.

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