This first Youpreneur FM episode kicks off with Chris discussing the importance of why entrepreneurs need to go back to basics when it comes to building their businesses …
For those of you who have listened previously you’re still in the right place, The New Business Podcast has now officially become Youpreneur.FM.
I’m changing the name of the show to coincide with the launch of the Youpreneur Community, which launched very recently to a flying start! You’ll also see that we’ve become part of the Rainmaker FM Network, which is owned and operated by the folks at Rainmaker Digital (formerly Copyblogger Media) and is your one stop audio shop for everything digital marketing, sales, and online business related!
I’m very excited about these changes – hope you guys are, too!
The format of the show has changed a bit, too – it’s even better! Now I’ll be coming to you twice a week: on Tuesday there will be a short ‘training’, or ‘mastermind’ episode and on Friday we will continue to have the usual interview conversation with a world-class business expert.
For our first official Youpreneur.FM show, we have a training session on why getting back to basics for online entrepreneurs is needed more than ever before.
I believe there are five key reasons we need to revisit the fundamentals of what we do, including making sure you show up, following through on your promises and getting on the phone with your customers.
Essential Learning Points From This Episode:
- Why you’ve got to stop hiding behind your website and your microphone!
- Why your online promises are just as important as your offline ones.
- When to pick up the phone and actually talk to your customers.
- Who will tell you what solutions your business should provide?
- How to provide valuable customer service – and the importance of doing so.
- Much, much more!
Listen to Youpreneur with Chris Ducker below ...
Katrina Cureton says
Thank you for the great advice.
Rambo Ruiz says
Awesome advise as usual Chris!
Paula van Gemen says
I totally agree with every step! Nicely spoken :-). This was the first podcast I heard from you. I will go for more. Thanks!