Chasing that balance between a healthy work and life balance is always something that us entrepreneurs are gunning for which is why today’s episode is centered around scheduling your time around the real priorities in life while continuing to serve your clients and building your business.
In this episode, entrepreneur James Schramko returns to the show to talk about his latest book Work Less, Make More, what the catalyst was for him wanting to finally put a book out there and the challenges he’s had to overcome along the way.
We also have a great conversation about the ever-elusive work-life balance, the story of how he fell in love with surfing in the first place and how it’s become a driving force in how he schedules his business and routines.
James and I talk about all of that and so much more; it was such a pleasure catching up with him and hearing him talk about his new book and how he’s managed to place what he’s passionate about at the center of his schedule, enjoy!
Essential Learning Points From This Episode:
- Why it’s essential to have an offer that converts.
- James talks about the common traps that entrepreneurs fall into before creating an offer.
- Why you don’t have to worry about being viewed as a salesperson.
- Why James doesn’t employ the drip-feeding approach when it comes to content in his community.
- Much, much more!
Important Links & Mentions From This Episode:
- James Schramko’s website
- James Schramko on Twitter
- YoupreneurFM Episode 38
- Work Less, Make More
- Ezra Firestone
- Four Hour Work Week
- Kelly Exeter
- Perry Marshall
- John Reece
- Greg Merilees
- Youpreneur Summit
- Rise of Youpreneur
- Personal Branding Roadmap
- Sign-up for the FREE Youpreneur Launchpad Training Course
- Join the Youpreneur Community and Build Your Business FAST!
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