Posted February 15, 2017

Podcast Episode #8: Q & A with Jon Goodman, PTDC Creator and Social Media Savant

Today on the podcast I have a longtime good friend and occasional guy I look to for advice (when he’s somewhere in the world with wifi and can answer my emails), Jonathan Goodman.A14zZJQDBuL._UY200_

In this podcast, Jon and I talk about business stuff, the training industry, his world travels, the value of experience over things, and his thoughts on being an expecting dad.

Show Notes:

2:09 – Jon’s backstory from working as a fulltime trainer into an online content creator and educational provider, including the process he went through to go through that transformation in his own career

17:41 – Overcoming self-resistance to create resources he’s had no personal experience with, and how he developed his process to accumulate the information and systems in those areas effectively to become a leading expert.

25:02 – my own history developing my online coaching process, starting from humble roots of zero idea what I was doing. Now I have systems and still really don’t know what I’m doing, including discussions on website domain names and market research to attract your ideal customers or clients.

34:00 – Jon’s obsession with travel and the difference between amassing experiences versus collecting material items, plus his minimalist lifestyle and how that impacts his production capability.

41:12 – Jon’s expecting his first child sometime in the next month, how he’s looking forward to that, and what it’s going to mean for his future as a father, business owner, and traveller.

For anyone interested in the Online Trainer Academy Jon and I were discussing, they’re in the early bird phase of relaunching with brand new revised┬ácontent, and it would definitely be worthwhile to check out if you’ve ever considered adding an online element to your business. I’ve gone through the information and I was able to pick out a bunch of ways that have helped streamline my own process, plus add more value to clients while reducing the busy-work that wasn’t productive.

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