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Garlic Marketing Show

In a world full of business “Gurus” and “marketing experts” one man seeks the latest marketing techniques that are actually working, plus finds the real stories of triumph and failure from those REALLY doing it. Guests like #1 Marketer Neil Patel, Tucker Max, Ryan Deiss from Digital Marketer, Michael Port and many, many more… Ian Garlic has hands on helped hundreds of businesses with marketing strategy and execution. As CEO of authenticWEB, Ian launched hundreds of websites, produced even more online videos, and also been through the ringer a few times. Mr.Garlic knows the online marketing techniques that work for REAL businesses and will help to save time and money on the road to happiness. Inspiring stories of business triumph and failure, cutting edge video marketing techniques Secrets to global domination and a sexy voice all rolled into... The Garlic Marketing Show PS There might be some food talk but it’s not guaranteed. PPS Garlic doesn’t really stink. Neither should your marketing. PPPS I don’t like when people overuse Post Scripts. And #hashtags.
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Jan 19, 2017

A lot of people are thinking about living their dreams, but they never do it, instead they play the ‘What if?’ game. In this episode, I talk with a 2nd time guest, Jim Palmer, a dream business coach. He shares his thoughts on how do you turn your “What if’s” into something positive?

Practical people live in a very safe and predictable lives, ALWAYS do everything by-the-book, like always making sure their insurance is paid, keeping their mortgage current, etc. But when you’re practical your MIND also plays the ‘What if?’ game. What You’ll Learn:

  • How to play the “What If” game in the positive side
  • Why you need to say “Yes” more often than “No”
  • Why everyone needs a business coach
  • Man up and take chances
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