Today’s guest on The Shane Sams Show is View From the Top’s Aaron Walker!
For over 42 years, Aaron has been a small business owner, devoted husband, and community leader. He incorporates education and learning opportunities into his daily routine, remaining informed of the latest tools and trends available, which he shares with the men in his Iron Sharpens Iron Mastermind Group.
Aaron is a connector of people and has invaluable input on relationships and adversity. That’s what this episode is all about: overcoming adversity in your personal life and building incredible relationships in your life!
We talk about conflict and how to resolve it, how to be a giver and not a taker, and how each person needs their purpose statement, mission, and core values to make relationships work.
I know you’re going to love this episode!
To check out Aaron Walker’s first appearance on The Shane Sams Show, click here!
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Today’s guest on The Shane Sams Show is the Life Surge’s Chief Relationship Officer, Matt Rayburn!
LIFE SURGE is a one-day local gathering and life-changing experience that incorporates powerful worship combined with inspiring stories of faith and Godly teaching - specifically about IMPACT, by leveraging influence, business, and financial stewardship using tomorrow’s best practices, timeless Biblical strategies, and God’s supernatural power.
Their mission is to inspire, transform, and equip God’s people to SURGE their lives God’s way, and Matt is one of the key pieces at Life Surge. He is responsible for building and maintaining relationships with speakers and partners of the event.
We talk about Matt’s journey from missionary and ministry to the business world and how he met Joe Johnson, the founder of Life Surge.
Check out Life Surge founder Joe Johnson’s episode on the podcast HERE.
Since Matt is the Chief Relationship Officer, we...
Today’s guest on The Shane Sams Show is Anne Beiler, founder of Auntie Anne’s! Anne has an amazing story that you’re not going to want to miss.
Anne was born and raised in an Amish community in Pennsylvania, where she learned an incredible work ethic. She started baking in large quantities at 11 years old to help her family. Years later, she met and married her husband, Jonas, and they were living a happily married life with their children until a tragic event changed their lives forever.
Jonas and Anne’s peaceful life as newlyweds and young parents went into a tailspin after the death of their 19-month-old daughter, Angela Joy, who died tragically in a farming accident in 1975. Anne, in her mid-20s at the time, found herself descending into a world of darkness and depression, and eventually on the brink of suicide. Despite being a faithful churchgoer, she didn’t feel she could share her pain with friends or family members. She became silent and lost...
Today’s guest on The Shane Sams Show is Dan Miller, author of the New York Times best-selling 48 Days To The Work (And Life) You Love!
This is an awesome conversation about thinking outside the box as an entrepreneur. Dan likes to do unconventional things in his business, like sending 48 peppermints with every order to his customers–really anything to stand out and further his brand! On this podcast, we talk a lot about marketing strategies that help to build retention in our memberships.
We talk about how podcasting is one of the foundations of our businesses. Podcasting allows us to form deep relationships with our audiences in ways that other forms of content just can’t. Many of our most loyal customers and fans are podcast listeners, and they tend to stick around the longest in our memberships.
We also talk about how our mindsets change when we do work that we love. We’re no longer looking forward to retirement;...
I just had my follow up appointment with my Doctor after spending almost 9 full days in the hospital...
He told me, "Shane, you were 2-3 days from your organs failing... or worse. Thank God you went to the ER when you did. This kills people. It could have killed you."
Here's what happened...
I came home a few weeks ago from a speaking event in Florida.
Over the next few days, I felt super tired all the time.
You know the feeling, right?
Where you just can't "wake up" all day, or find much motivation to do anything?
At first I thought, "I'm probably just tired from traveling... I'll shake it off."
Then the fevers started...
103... That's when I got a little scared.
My brother sent me a text to check on me and I showed him the thermometer...
He was right, I needed to go to the hospital, but I had a problem...
We were in the middle of a snow storm and all the power at our house went out.
I decided to "tough it out" and stay with my family so we could deal...
Today’s episode of The Shane Sams Show is a little bit different. This one is a solo show that is all about goals for the new year!
Shane talks about how to set goals and the 3 things he does at the beginning of each year to achieve the goals that he sets, whether that’s for family or in business, and how you can follow these steps to achieve your goals, too!
If you’re tired of setting goals and not reaching them, this is the podcast for you!
In today’s episode you’ll learn:
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Today’s guest on the Shane Sams Show is Brian Moran, Co-Author of the New York Times Bestseller, The 12 Week Year!
Brian had a lot of success at a young age, working his way up the corporate ladder, but then he realized that his passion was really in coaching, so he started doing consulting. He came to the realization that companies didn’t need new ideas--they needed implementation. Brian and his business partner had an upcoming conference, so they decided to write the book, and it became a New York Times bestseller.
On this episode, Shane Sams and Brian talk about the practicality of the 12 week year, and the problems that people come across when setting annual goals. Success is about moving forward, and Brian’s method helps people and businesses continually take steps in the right direction. It’s about planning tactically, not conceptually, because you can’t execute concepts.
Learn more about Brian and his...
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Today’s guest on the Shane Sams Show is Myron Golden, author of From The Trash Man to The Cash Man! Myron has consulting clients whose businesses are doing 7 and 8 figures in revenue using the business optimization strategies Myron taught them. His students are experiencing exponential business growth. Myron teaches everyday people to become wealthy, often using skills they already have.
This episode is all about sales! Myron and Shane Sams talk about how Myron got started in sales and how sales are the heart of the economy. People love to buy and to be sold to, but they hate to be convinced. If you’re trying to sell, you need to shift the potential buyers’ beliefs before they become objections. This podcast is truly packed with so much wisdom when it comes to selling!
Shane and Myron also talk about the opportunities that come...
Today’s guest on the Shane Sams Show is Glenn Lundy! Glenn is a husband to 1, a father to 8, and the host of the wildly popular Facebook Live show #RiseAndGrind and creator of Breakfast with Champions on Clubhouse!
In this episode, you’ll learn about Glenn’s powerful story of going from homeless to successful and what changed his outlook on life. After going through incredibly difficult times, Glenn lead a car dealership from 120 cars a month to an 800% increase in sales in five years, becoming the 2nd largest used car franchise in the country.
Glenn started a podcast that took off, and now he and his team are pumping out 5-10 podcast episodes daily with the prolific strategy of recording conversations that are already taking place on Clubhouse.
In today’s episode you’ll learn:
Today’s guest on the Shane Sams Show is Michael Stelzner of Social Media Examiner and Social Media Marketing World! Michael is a pioneer in the online marketing space.
Michael has been a prolific content creator for many years and always seems to be ahead of the curve, due to his ability to see and analyze trends in the social media world.
Shane Sams and Michael Stelzner discuss how the pandemic affected Michael’s live event business and how entrepreneurs can be optimistic and look for opportunities in the midst of difficult circumstances. There’s no better time to try something new than when you’re forced to try something new.
In this episode, Shane and Michael discuss how to be an innovator and how most everything doesn’t work. You have to fail your way to success and be willing to experiment.
If you experiment, you can’t fail.
Learn more about Michael Stelzner at SocialMediaExaminer.com!