In this episode of the MasonWorld Late Night Internet Marketing Podcast, we talk about “the mouse in my pocket” and about having the right mindset for your internet business. We also interview Jeremy “Sterling” Frandsen from Internet Business Mastery.
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In the episode, I talk about the power of teams, the value of “we”, and the critical mindset that you must have if you want to be successful in business (and in life).
Also, I continue with the interviews I promised last week.
Jeremy “Sterling” Frandsen from Internet Business Mastery is on the show this week talking about lifestyle design and definite major purpose.
All that I want to do for you that have to do with how to think about internet business. Then, I will be turning my attention to affiliate marketing techniques.
Basically, I plan to touch on the kind of things that I will be teaching over at NicheProfitUniversity.com (starting in about 4 weeks).
When the transcript is available, it will be here.
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Episode 010 Transcript
This is the Mason World Late Night Internet Marketing Podcast, Episode 10. You are listening to the Mason World Late Night Internet Marketing Podcast, with your host Mark Mason, building internet businesses one night at a time.
Today on the podcast we discover whether or not I have a mouse in my pocket, we talk about having an outward focus for your business, I tell you all about what happened to me on the way down to the women’s shelter this morning.
I encourage you to imagine what you want your business to be as we talk to expert Jeremy Frandsen, Sterling from the Internet Business Mastery Podcast, about lifestyle design and definite major purpose.
All of this and more on the Mason World Late Night Internet Marketing Podcast….
Hello again. It’s Mark Mason from MasonWorld.com back on the mic and happy to be talking to you today. I hope you’re having an absolutely fantastic day. Whenever it is that you found time to listen to this I really appreciate you being there on the other side of the iPod or sitting at your PC, I appreciate your time and I’m really glad to talk to you today.
I’ve got some great stuff for you. The first thing I wanted to tell you was no, I don’t have a mouse in my pocket. I know you were wondering what I meant by that.
The other day I was on Twitter and I got a tweet from small business expert and personal friend of mine, Denise O’Berry. Denise is an expert in the area of small business and cash flow and other topics that are really important to small business entrepreneurs. She asked me why I always use the term “we” on my blog and in my podcast instead of “I,” because I’m a solo entrepreneur and it is “I.”
The first thing I thought of, well it really is “we.” I have several full time outsource employees, I work with excellent part time transcriptionist and graphics people, and so I really do think it is “we,” but that’s not really the reason that I use “we.” I thought about it a lot, I wondered what it meant, and I think it’s because my history outside of the internet marketing space has been for many years now as a manager.
As a manager one of my jobs is to make sure the people that work for me get credit for the work that they’re doing. One of the things that I’ve often said in my career in the offline world, in the non-internet marketing world is even though I’ve been at my engineering job for 20 years in various capacities, I’ve never actually done anything by myself. It has always been a team effort.
So, I’ve always been conscious about making sure that people get the credit that they deserve, whether they were my employees or other people’s employees for work that they’re doing. I’m careful never to take credit for other people’s work, so I think I’ve just conditioned myself to use the term “we.”