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Podcasts are like hacks for your everyday life. They allow you to passively improve your knowledge and gain valuable insight into almost any topic you could imagine, whilst doing pretty much anything.
All of that time spent walking to the store, commuting to work, preparing a meal, working out; it’s all time you could be utilizing to improve yourself and your business.
This article is a selection of the best business podcasts from our team at Process Street; we’d recommend them to anyone looking to devote themselves to self improvement, stay sharp and keep pace with the cutting edge of business trends and insights.
In this episode of Business Systems Explored, we talk to Zachary Sexton, host of The Productivity Show for Asian Efficiency.
Whether you’re a maker or a manager, you could use a little more efficiency at work. It’s not like you’re choosing to goof off and doing a Homer Simpson, but you might be spending way too much time on email or less important work.
But how do you know? What really is the most important task for today?
We’ve looked at this topic a lot on the Process Street blog, but today it’s a focus on improving efficiency at work from the perspective of building a culture of productivity in your workplace.
In this episode of Business SystemsExplored we speak to Kate Erickson of the fantastic Entrepreneur on Fire.
Kate’s talking to us about how her content helped propel EOFire to one of the biggest podcasts ever made, and how she’s about to do it all over again with her new blog, Kate’s Take. Kate lets us in on her marketing processes for creating high quality, actionable resources and how she makes damn well sure these resources are a perfect market fit.
Use the links below to listen to the episode, or subscribe on iTunes so you never miss out.
In this episode of Business SystemsExplored we speak to Chris Ducker – virtual CEO, keynote speaker and best selling author.
Chris Ducker became one of the best-known British businesspeople when he popularized the idea of virtual teams. Mostly every company has VAs these days, but back in 2009, they weren’t readily available. When Chris suffered a shattering burnout, he reinvented himself as a virtual CEO and started to replace himself in his business.
With all of the experience gained, he then set up Virtual Staff Finder — a service where CEOs in need of virtual team members can go to hire VAs that have been thoroughly screened and trained before being accepted into the program. Virtual Staff Finder has linked 4300 virtual team members to companies and expanded to the point where Chris now has over 400 employees.
Chris knows that a solid team is the most important part of any business — especially if the CEO is going to stay sane.
In this episode of the Business Systems Explored podcast, we talk to Steli Efti, CEO of Close, a sales and CRM platform.
Listening to Steli Efti is like soaking in the most intense sales wisdom you’ll ever hear.
He’s a born salesman, and this interview is full of his detailed processes and quick-fire tips. From building, scaling and maintaining a sales team to generating outbound sales leads and closing deals, Steli lets us in on techniques that have helped him build the successful Close from (surprise surprise) an outbound sales service to a CRM.
He explains his “AQC” model for measuring the effectiveness of outbound sales, and how many cold calls you need to make every day to get results. I really loved hearing about testing whether it’s your leads that aren’t qualified or whether your sales pitch just sucks.
In this episode of Business Systems Explored, we talk to Walter Chen — the CEO and co-founder of lightweight status reporting platform, iDoneThis.
Walter lets us in on some little-known secrets, busts a number of misleading marketing myths and shares some unexpected tactics that helped him get ahead.
The episode of the Business Systems Explored podcast, you’ll learn startup marketing strategy from an experienced content marketer who — by any means necessary — pushed iDoneThis to $500k ARR. He says it’s okay for 90% of your content to fail, tell us the kinds of marketing emails you shouldn’t bother sending, and a trick he used to leverage the fanatical readership of Hacker News.
And no, the podcast is not all about Process Street and no, we don’t spend 20 minutes asking guests about the origins of their business, what they eat for breakfast, or their first living memory.
Instead we do deep breakdowns into specific business systems with a specialist guest each week.
We’ve already interviewed a number of awesome people including Walter Chen (iDoneThis), Steli Efti (Close.io), Dennis Mortensen (x.ai), Jon Nastor (Hack the Entrepreneur), Tim Page (LeadPages) and have an exciting future lineup.
So if you’re interested in growing a business, improving your team’s efficiency, saving time, money or just like to hear awesome people talk about cool hacks, you should subscribe.
How do I listen?
Ready to jump into the first episode?
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We will be releasing a new episode every Friday so keep a look out in your iTunes feed.