What do you do when you have passion and a strong work ethic, but no idea or direction for a business? How do you figure out if a product or service is a "million dollar" idea? In this episode, Andy Frisella, along with co-host Vaughn Kohler and special guest Theresa DePasquale, discuss the finer points of generating and testing a business idea.
Good sales skills aren't just for sales people. They are essential for success in life. In this episode, Andy delivers straightforward advice on developing a sales strategy and being successful in sales, from starting with a good product to keeping the main thing front and center: helping people.
The brave men and women of our military have made incredible sacrifices for our freedom. Andy Frisella says that "In America, you have an obligation to be successful. Honor our vets by choosing to be great." This is a special, shortened episode of The MFCEO Project podcast - to celebrate the 4th of July, honor our vets, and motivate us to realize our potential.
Peer pressure can make you or break you. Your peer group largely determines your success in both business and life. So it is critical to choose your friends wisely. Do they influence you to dominate--or do nothing?
Entrepreneurs and business people often think you have to step on people and treat them like shit to succeed. The MFCEO says "no." From “giving what you want to get” to “treating your team well,” doing the right thing is a good thing--and good for business.
Andy shares his “Manifesto on Money,” dispelling myths about money and sharing principles for earning more of it. Money is not the root of all evil, he explains, and pursuing wealth can be a noble goal. When it comes to business and entrepreneurship, however, how much money you make will be directly connected to how much value you bring to the world.
The MFCEO Andy Frisella explains the purpose of the podcast and shares how he was brutally stabbed and left for dead. He says that all successful people believe in the power of perspective. You must find the good in the bad. Joining Andy is his co-host, Vaughn Kohler.