I’m particularly excited about the timing of this episode, as it’s airing mere weeks after the birth of Chris’s second son. Not to mention that Chris and I have worked together for a long time… so I have a unique perspective into his evolution. He’s proof you don’t need an MBA or formal business training to become a CEO – with the right mindset (and recognizing what brings you energy vs draining it) you can create AND climb up your own success ladder. Listen now.
Can’t-Miss Moments From This Episode:
- #CEOlyfe may look cool in your IG bio, but there’s a big difference between being the CEO of a one-person company and having to meet payroll and manage staff. Here’s how Chris approaches that shift in perspective…
- True or False: the CEO is the big boss and has complete control over every aspect of their business. I mean, it could be true… if you want to lose your mind trying to steer the ship AND fix the engine AND serve the food AND…
- Having an online course is like having a cash cow, right? Wrong: Chris breaks down why once you launch a course you can’t just sit back, do nothing, and wait for money to rain down.
- You hit your goal! Birds sing, confetti drops, problems disappear, and all is right in the world. The reality is more like… new level, new devil, so better make sure you pick a good one. Chris and I break down how to do exactly that.
- What if “work” could simply be people getting together to create something cool? Chris shares his vision for the future of business in the age of remote work … and I think you’re gonna love it (especially since we’ve already proven it works. This ain’t theory!)
This one is jam-packed full of advice. Don’t miss out – listen now!
Chris Orzechowski is the founder of Orzy Media, an email marketing agency for top online brands. He’s written two bestselling books on email marketing. He also publishes a popular print newsletter called Make It Rain Monthly that’s read in over 30 countries around the world.
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