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Going big (versus playing small) from day one set Fortress Melbourne up for success | #605

Right off the bat, today’s guest made a critical business decision. To launch Australia’s biggest eSports and gaming brand, he was going to go big, real big from day one. No pussy footing around. No waiting for this to happen in order for that to happen. Nope. He just went real big from day one. It’s a game-on episode 605 of The (13 year-old, award-winning) Small Business Big Marketing podcast.

How to successfully market your small business | #583

Today is the day you stop questioning the power of marketing, and discover just how powerful it can be in building a business you love. And it’s all thanks to avid listener Bob N Wheeler who implemented a bucket load of ideas from this podcast and saw a 2,500% increase in monthly turnover in just two years. And if you think that’s interesting, wait until you hear what his business does! It’s a mind-boggling episode 583 of The (12 year-old, award-winning) Small Business Big Marketing podcast.

How Luxury Escapes co-founder Adam Schwab built Australia’s most loved travel brand | #580

Luxury Escapes co-founder Adam Schwab seems unable to put a foot wrong when it comes to launching and building profitable businesses. Businesses that generate (in a matter of years) millions and millions of dollars. And right now … you’re about to find out how he does it. It’s a luxurious episode 580 of The (12 year-old, award-winning) Small Business Big Marketing podcast.

Paddi Lund - how to work less and make more money

183 – How to work less and make more money with dentist Paddi Lund. This is the ‘Happy Business’ episode.

What if locking your door, taking down your business sign, and saying “goodbye” to half of your customers could radically change your business for the better? My guest today, dentist Paddi Lund, did just that. He shares how he used exclusivity, lateral thinking, and the power of what some call “repulsion marketing” to design a lifestyle where he was making more money than most of his colleagues while only working two days per week.