223. Adrian Easdown on How to Measure Success, Focusing on the Right Customer and Harnessing the Power of Bad Reviews

Today, on the Bond Appetit podcast, I’m chatting with a great friend and great client, Adrian Easdown. Author of the book, That Bad Review, and host of the podcast of the same name, Adrian works with business owners in the accommodation industry to help increase their profits, streamline their businesses and improve staff culture. In this episode, Adrian and I …

92. Ronsley At We Are Podcast 2016 – Podcasting, Sales Philosophy and Leveraging the Power of Conversations

Ronsley is the founder and chief daydreamer at Amplify. He is an author, speaker and serial entrepreneur. He has a Masters’ degree in Software Engineering and an MBA in Psychology and Leadership. He is known as the creator of We Are Podcast – the first podcasting conference in the southern hemisphere, and the host of The Bond Appetit podcast and …

91. Ed Dale on Understanding Your Tribe, the Power of Crowdfunding and an Undying Love of Podcasts

Curious to know about how piano stool restoration, underwater kickboxing, sugar cookies and the Red Cross are connected? If so, you’ll not want to miss this episode of Should I Start a Podcast. This instalment features a special appearance from Ed Dale – the founder of The Challenge and MagCast, and the author of Your First Dollar. In the episode, …

220. James Short, the Realest in Real Estate

This episode of the Bond Appetit podcast is perfect for those who have been searching for a fresh, healthy perspective, a different way to think, and some new ideas as to how they can reach success. My guest today is James Short, personal trainer-turned-business owner, who has made his mark on the world by helping other business owners in property …

219. On the Hook with Monty Hooke

Our guest on the Bond Appetit podcast today is a long-time hustler with killer entrepreneurial skills that date back to the age of eight years old, when he was running his own boat-cleaning business. His name is Monty Hooke, and these days he’s running a highly successful virtual assistant outsourcing company with clients across the globe. Monty is an absolute …

Redesigning your life: How to be your own architect

Jeff Olson – author of The Slight Edge – says ‘life is a curved construction, time is the builder, choice is the master architect’. What an inspiring idea, right? But if you’re not currently leading your best life, how do you go about changing that? Here are the five top tips to becoming your own architect and designing the perfect …

The Ins and Outs of Influencer Marketing

As consumers, we’ve begun to pride ourselves on our self-sufficiency and cynicism. No longer victims of blatant advertising, it takes a lot more than a couple of catchy tunes and a billboard ten-storeys high to sell us a product. Effective advertising has always required a certain amount of nous, but marketers definitely face an uphill battle these days. Or at …

90. Steph Taylor on Hustling, Wildbloom Creative and Searching for Freedom

Keen to hear an inspirational story about someone quitting their job in search of more? Then today’s episode of Should I Start A Podcast is definitely for you. In this show, I had the pleasure of sitting down with Stephanie Taylor. Steph is an ex-corporate accountant turned entrepreneur and digital marketer. Steph is smart, precocious and determined – she left …

Starting a Podcast? Here’s What You Need to Know

Well, here you are. You’ve listened to every episode of Should I Start A Podcast, you’ve Googled relentlessly about the pros and cons, you’ve dreamed about it every night (probably) and you keep accidentally treating every conversation like it’s a potential podcast interview. You’ve decided you’re ready, and you’re going to start a podcast. But what’s next? Luckily, we’ve got …

Defining disruption: Do you have what it takes?

As far as buzzwords go, ‘disruption’ has been a favourite for a while now. Previously thought of as an avenue best left to the mavericks, globally recognised companies are now starting to shift towards a more disruptive business model. But the word itself has been so overused, the definition has become muddied. So, if you’re still wondering what the hell …