The Spontaneous Combustion: Powered By Spartan Digital
By David E Kryszczak
The Spontaneous Combustion: Powered By Spartan DigitalMar 20, 2022
#11 - E. Tyler Ardron
Experienced Vice President with a demonstrated history of working in the insurance industry. Skilled in Negotiation, Sales, Team Building, Management, and Account Management. Strong professional graduated from Rowan University.
#10 - Thomas Padula
Thomas Padula is a creative marketer and leader with determination and enthusiasm for every project and every client. He remains passionate about growing businesses by creating personalized solutions to draw traffic and build an online presence. Thomas has been recognized as one of the most influential leaders in Chester County under the age of 40.
#9 - Christopher Gittings
My greatest takeaway from studying human cognition is that our relationships are the assets that always yield the greatest returns - maximizing lifelong happiness and fulfillment. I happen to want a pretty good life, so I work hard to surround myself with great people and invest in those around me.
#8 - Ajay Patel
🔁 Work Process + 🤖 Automation for your businesses🔹I turned an 8-hr workday into a 2-hr workday🔹Now I help business owners do the same 🔹#createtimetoday
#7 - Jim Shulman
I work exclusively with entrepreneurs who make their living from their enterprise--not management teams or employees--and have make this my sole focus since 2000. If you're definitely not a shrinking violet, you'll have no trouble contacting me directly...
#6 - Michael Liebowitz
It's hard to grow your business if people are unclear about what you do and the value you deliver.
I work with consultants and founders to get them saying all the right things in their marketing, networking conversations, and sales calls so they are clearly communicating their most compelling value and landing the clients.
The result is they are landing more of their ideal clients faster, their website and marketing is converting, their conversations are productive, and their sales cycle is shorter.
My experience in Behavioral Neurology has shown me one key truth about communication: people don’t want your thing; they want what your thing MEANS to them. Once you know how find the right meaning in your business and integrate it into your message your sales and marketing communication becomes so much more effective!
Every business has that one powerful, compelling message. It's hidden under the surface but once we find it they all say the same thing, "That's it! I just didn't know how to say it!"
Clients tell me they didn't realize the message they had been using was leaving money on the table. After working with me their differentiation is compelling, their customers are saying “YES” more often, and it’s making a real impact with 2x-5x returns.
The FASTEST way for you to find the right message for your business is to join my Introductory Workshop. No sales pitch and we do real work in the room. Head on over to www.mindmagnetizer.com to register.
Episode #5 - Jeff Harris
#4 - Benny Pekala
"Born & raised in Minneapolis, self-discovered in Madison, spent the pandemic romping around in Austin, currently building a new home in Miami"
Benny is the web3 man, building custom software and website based mobile apps. Find him here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/bennypekala/
#3 - From part-time bookkeeper to full-time business owner: Freddy Hess
Freddy Hess is the owner and principal of Hess Financial. Hess Financial Solutions is a bookkeeping and accounting firm based in the U.S. They offer a wide range of accounting and bookkeeping services for businesses and individuals of all sizes. Check them out here: https://hessfinancial.us/
#2 - The Science of Clothing... Amanda Wood
#1 - People First, Job Titles Second... Kevin Diduch, Esq.
"We can't fix stupid, but we can give it a court date."
Kevin Diduch is an excellent real estate attorney in South Jersey. Join the conversation as we divulge into life, liberty, and the true pursuit of his happiness throughout his career on the scales of justice.
Kevin can be found here.