Episode 58 with Daniel Lamb

Daniel’s entrepreneurial journey encompasses many of the standard obstacles entrepreneurs face. But what’s not standard is his ability to find the value in all of the experiences — the good, the bad, and even the panic attack inducing moments. Daniel’s steady focus took his mindset from fear-based scarcity to consistent abundance (sounds woo, but it’s just the truth). To find out what you can do with your business when you put your client (and you) first, listen now. 

Can’t-Miss Moments From This Episode:

  • Daniel shares his super pro-sounding method for being more helpful by refusing to help: why “no” is sometimes the best way to help your clients (and yourself).

  • “Couple of days” is two days… or it can be 2 to 3 days… or it can be a week. We discuss how assumptions (even for something as simple as the definition of the word “couple”) can lead to major client miscommunications.

  • “If you’re listening, I’m sorry” — Daniel and I throw our condolences over the airwaves to past clients we’ve unintentionally done wrong. And we share the valuable lessons we learned so you can learn from our mistakes.

  • As musicians, having a stage persona comes naturally to me and Daniel… but what about a business persona? We discuss when it is and is NOT helpful to be a different version of you in biz (this will help you be heard while sticking a foot in your mouth).

  • What’s the difference between a $500 burger and a $5 burger? Daniel and I break down what really goes into pricing, and how to adjust your thinking so you can charge (and earn) more. 

This one is jam-packed full of advice. Don’t miss out – listen now!

Daniel’s Bio:

Daniel Lamb is a lot of things— a musician, podcast host, a copywriter who helps marketing agencies and B2B brands create conversions within their funnels and the co-founder of two creative ventures: Artist Inclusive (an online community for artists) and gutwrench journal (an online literary magazine).

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