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Imagine living a life where you would be able to text any of the top people in your industry and actually get a response. How much faster would you reach your goals? How much better would your environment be? What would it do to your net worth?



Business networking has always had a negative stigma because so many people were taught to do it the wrong way. Here on the Build Your Network Podcast, you will learn how to network the new way and the right way. Three days a week, your host, Travis Chappell, will be having a conversation with top leaders like John C Maxwell, Amy Porterfield, Molly Bloom, Jack Canfield, Grant Cardone, Jordan Harbinger, Aubrey Marcus, Tom Bilyeu, and dozens of others. Each episode is geared toward you and is dedicated to help you uncover the secrets of professional networking in order to push you to the next level of success in your life.



Consider this the ultimate guide to leveraging a powerful network the right way, building a network of influencers in your professional circles, and adding value to the lives of those around you.
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Travis Chappell and his producer, Eric Skwarczynski, answer listener questions. Episode Highlights: 1:34:00 – "Who has been your loudest cheerleader?" 4:25:00 – "Who has become an accidental mentor?" 7:20:00 – "Who has made you the most starstruck?" 3 Key Points: 1. Don't worry about podcast downloads. If you only get the relationships, it's worth every moment you put into the show. 2. It's important to learn how to manage reactions in real-time. 3. You have to control the way others see you. Resources: Visit Travis’ website at travischappell.com Join the Build Your Network Facebook group travischappell.com/group If you want to amplify your network through podcasting apply at travischappell.com/makemypodcast
Jay Abraham, Founder and CEO of the Abraham Group, Inc., Jason Harris, CEO of the award-winning creative agency, Mekanism, and Phillip Stutts, political marketer share their marketing secrets. On This Episode: Jay shares the importance of breaking out of your comfort zone. Jason and Travis discuss collaborative culture versus competitive culture. Phillip explains the power of the "Chick-fil-A economy." Tweetable Quotes: "You can know some of the coolest people in the world, but if you don't add value then that's pretty worthless." – Jay Abraham "Competition sets up the mentality of winning by yourself." – Jason Harris "7 in 10 buyers in the B2B space watch a video sometime in the buying process, but if your video is crap, it doesn't matter." Travis Chappell: Instagram: @travischappell travischappell.com/group (https://travischappell.com/group) Resources Mentioned: If you want to uncover who you really are as a brand and gain advantage that makes you exceptional in your industry, check out this special brand assessment just for BYN listeners: https://masterbrand.me/network (https://masterbrand.me/network)
Ross Andrew Paquette Chairman & CEO of Maropost North America's fastest growing Marketing Automation and Ecommerce provider as well as Maropost CARES our non-profit arm which focuses on corporate stewardship toward the protection, conservation, and education of global environmental issues. On this Episode: Learn about Ross’s background and the lessons he learned growing up in Ontario, Canada Even though college wasn’t really his thing, hear how he learned a valuable work ethic in the regular corporate jobs he held Hear how his journey in marketing went from $300,000 to $25 million in revenue in just 28 months! Ross explains how the value of delivering on his promise helped his business keep  customers long-term. Hear Ross and Travis discuss the show and tell approach in sales. Learn how he saw a large problem in the industry and built his business around being the solution Key Takeaways: Hard work has always been a key component Having your own principles and believing in them will help you to excel and strive forward Prioritize time to value in your business to see true success Tweetable Quotes: “You can be successful in sales even if you’re not the most talented salesperson. At some point, it’s just a numbers game.” - Travis Chappell “The key to a lot of our success is - People see the value very quickly, they sign up very quickly, and then we fulfill on that promise or vision quickly.” - Ross Paquette Ross Paquette: Instagram- @rossandrew Business- Maripost.com Travis Chappell: Instagram- @travischappell If you listened to this episode, take a screenshot, post it to your story and tag both of us! We’d love to say ‘What’s up!’ Website: https://travischappell.com (https://travischappell.com) Resources Mentioned: If you are a 6-7 figure entrepreneur who knows the benefit of podcasting but doesn’t know what direction to go, check out the link here to see if my team is the right fit to build it for you : https://travischappell.com/makemypodcast (https://travischappell.com/makemypodcast) Join the Build Your Network Facebook community: https://travischappell.com/group (https://travischappell.com/group) 
Travis Chappell and his producer, Eric Skwarczynski, share how Facebook groups are a vital part of monetizing your podcast. 3 Key Points: Facebooks are a great way to connect with your audience. People don't join Facebook groups for content, they join for community. Numbers aren't inherently valuable. Focus on individual relationships. Resources Mentioned: Visit Travis’ website at travischappell.com (https://create.acast.com/episodes/3b48e6da-a672-4e83-9897-ddefc4e88bc7/travischappell.com) Join the Build Your Network Facebook group travischappell.com/group (https://create.acast.com/episodes/3b48e6da-a672-4e83-9897-ddefc4e88bc7/travischappell.com/group) If you want to amplify your network through podcasting apply attravischappell.com/makemypodcast (https://create.acast.com/episodes/3b48e6da-a672-4e83-9897-ddefc4e88bc7/travischappell.com/makemypodcast)
Vince Del Monte, fitness guru and founder of the 6 & 7 Figure Mastermind, Shaun T, the creator of T25, Insanity and Hip-Hop Abs, and Sam Bakhtiar, the brains behind The Camp Transformation Center all share incredible insights in regards to how to dominate the fitness space. On This Episode: Vince shares how he leveraged his unique story to see incredible success as a trainer. Shaun T shares how a setback became a major stepping stone. Sam explains the importance of taking your L's and starting fresh. Travis Chappell: Instagram: @travischappell travischappell.com/group (https://travischappell.com/group) Resources Mentioned: If you want to uncover who you really are as a brand and gain advantage that makes you exceptional in your industry, check out this special brand assessment just for BYN listeners: https://masterbrand.me/network (https://masterbrand.me/network)
Jennifer Kem is a brand futurist, business strategist, and leadership mentor to women-founded companies. Her entire mission is to help them get seen, heard, and paid more based on their values. She’s the creator of the Master Brand Method: a framework to develop powerful brand archetypes that bring the same strategies from major brands like Oprah Winfrey Network, Steve Harvey, and Verizon to small businesses. Her brand and personal values are founded on Autonomy, Justice, Generosity, Leadership, and Legacy, and as a 2nd generation Filipino-American, she speaks out often about racial injustice and gender inequality. Jennifer built a multi-million dollar retail business at 32, only to lose it all in the recession two years later. She owns three million-dollar brand-building businesses and is the mother of three children. Jennifer empowers her audience with business tips on her Facebook and Instagram, and has been featured as a branding expert in Forbes, CNN and Entrepreneur. On this episode: Jennifer talks about her childhood growing up on a sugar plantation in Hawaii and attending a private Catholic school. She explains how her curiosity and interest in business led her to feel isolated and desiring something different. Jennifer and Travis discuss the importance of her mentors and the values they helped her learn. Jennifer describes her career and the path she took to get where she is now. She tells of the time when she was passed over for a promotion and it helped her realize that she was not truly living her values. 3 Key Takeaways: Try many things!- Be committed to finding clarity but not attached to the "how". Take the projects no one wants- It will challenge you and people will notice. As an entrepreneur, if you are not making 7 figures, the gap is in marketing! Jennifer Kem: Instagram: @jennifer.kem https://www.jenniferkem.com (https://www.jenniferkem.com/) Travis Chappell: Instagram: @travischappell travischappell.com/group (https://travischappell.com/group) Resources Mentioned: If you want to uncover who you really are as a brand and gain advantage that makes you exceptional in your industry, check out this special brand assessment just for BYN listeners: https://masterbrand.me/network (https://masterbrand.me/network)
Evan Carmichael (https://www.evancarmichael.com/) is a media guru. He is the face of a YouTube channel that is watched by millions. He hosts a workshop in Toronto where he teaches 25-30 people in person how to create content. But how does he define himself? “Introvert.” Evan explained during my recent interview (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1LNv4K9xd8M) with him in Toronto. “I’m an introvert. I don’t do networking super well. I do it through what I know. For example, Youtube. I’ve helped a lot of the big names in the thought leadership space with their channels. The what I know created the leverage to create the who I know.” “The what I know created the leverage to create the who I know.”He went on to offer several steps for introverts to network successfully. I’ve broken them down for this article. Evan Carmichael’s Networking Strategies for Introverts  #1. SPEAK AT EVENTS“I speak at events. So, I speak and then people come and talk to me after. I’m not going up to them.” #2. WEAR BRANDED GEAR“Whenever I’m at an event, I always wear my branded gear. So, if it’s an entrepreneur event or youth event, people will recognize it. I’ve got ‘Evan Carmichael – Believe’ on the back [of my sweatshirt (https://teespring.com/new-believe-hoodie)] and then the airplane. So it’s like, ‘I’ve seen that somewhere.’ And then people come up and they say, ‘Are you that guy?’ And that creates a conversation.” #3. WEAR AN ITEM THAT DRAWS ATTENTION“If I didn’t [have branded gear], then I would try to have something that would bring attention to myself. People always ask me about my shoes – these Japanese wrap shoes. So doing something so that people will come to me instead of me reaching out. So whether you like cowboy hats or some crazy jersey or chains or whatever, wear something that creates conversation to make it easy for people to find you. “…wear something that creates conversation to make it easy for people to find you.”#4. BE IN THE CENTER OF THE ROOM“I always go to the middle of the busiest room and I don’t talk to anybody. I pull up my phone and I start doing Instagram video DMs, and what it does is it creates energy. So instead of being at the back of the room on the phone or in my room, I go to the middle of the room and I’ll just start doing Instagram video DMs.” “instead of being at the back of the room on the phone or in my room, I go to the middle of the room “Now, I get a lot of people DM-ing me, but maybe you don’t have a lot of people following. Maybe you have fifty. Awesome. Make a video message for all of your fifty. Say, ‘Hey Jim, thank you so much for following me. I really appreciate it.’ It raises your energy, people see it. As soon as I’m done doing one of the messages, invariably somebody’s going to come up and talk to me afterwards. That gives permission to create the conversation.” Resources Mentioned: Visit Travis’ website at travischappell.com (https://create.acast.com/episodes/3b48e6da-a672-4e83-9897-ddefc4e88bc7/travischappell.com) Join the Build Your Network Facebook group travischappell.com/group (https://create.acast.com/episodes/3b48e6da-a672-4e83-9897-ddefc4e88bc7/travischappell.com/group)
Zvi Band, co-founder & CEO of Contactually, Murray Hidary, multi-disciplinary artist and tech pioneer, and Michael J. Coles founder of the Great American Cookie Company join Travis Chappell to reveal their secrets to building a business with an impressive exit. On This Episode: Zvi talks about how to develop a product that's packed with real value. Murray talks about the importance of passion and strong core beliefs. Michael Coles discusses how to build brand loyalty. Key Takeaways: Talk to people in your market about the problem you're trying to solve and make sure they understand it. Passion is inseparable from business success. If you build the right brand, your customers will be rooting for your success. Resources Mentioned: Visit Travis’ website at travischappell.com (https://create.acast.com/episodes/3b48e6da-a672-4e83-9897-ddefc4e88bc7/travischappell.com) Join the Build Your Network Facebook group travischappell.com/group (https://create.acast.com/episodes/3b48e6da-a672-4e83-9897-ddefc4e88bc7/travischappell.com/group)
Mikaila Ulmer is a 15-year-old social entrepreneur, bee ambassador, educator and student.  The young CEO founded her Me & the Bees Lemonade business when she was just four years old, and over the past decade has sold over 1 million bottles across 1,500 stores in the U.S., including Whole Foods, Wegman’s, The Fresh Market and Macy’s Her appearance on CNBC-TV’s “Shark Tank” at age nine scored a $60,000 investment from Daymond John in 2015 and her business received $800,000 dollars as an investment made by a consortium of football players in 2017. She has established herself as a voice of guidance for others, appearing on “Good Morning America”, “Today Show,” “20/20”, “ABC World News Tonight,” CBS News, and  regularly speaking at entrepreneurial summits and even introducing former U.S. president Barack Obama at the United State of Women Summit after which he called her "an amazing young lady". She has also spoken on stage at Microsoft We Day, alongside CEO Satya Nadella, the Nexus Summit and the Dell Women’s Entrepreneur Network Summit. Mikaila was selected as one of Time magazine’s 2017 30 Most Influential Teens and for Ebony Magazine’s Ebony Power100 #Black Excellence. She has over 95,000 followers on social media. On this Episode: Mikaila talks about how getting stung by bees when she was 4 years old turned into her desire to help save them. Mikaila tells how she went from a lemonade stand that she would run a few times a year to being encouraged to bottle her product to sell in small local stores at the age of 8. Mikaila recounts the story of her Shark Tank experience and how overpreparation helped her be less nervous for her appearance on the show. Mikaila explains that even with the recognition of the show while it has been easier to get into stores, it still is not easy! It takes hard work. Key Takeaways: Learn from things that may scare you or cause you initial discomfort Be overly prepared to help calm your nerves Support Black owned businesses Mikaila Ulmer: Instagram: @mikailasbees Find her book "Bee Fearless: Dream Like a Kid" on her website meandthebees.com (meandthebees.com) Resources Mentioned: Visit Travis' website at travischappell.com (travischappell.com) Join the Build Your Network Facebook group travischappell.com/group (travischappell.com/group)
On this special BYN Breakdown, Eric & Travis reflect on Trent Shelton's incredible interview with Travis, and have a discussion about how to find your purpose. Key Takeaways: Take Imperfect Action Do work offline Your input becomes your output Accept your identity Network Resources Mentioned: Visit Travis’ website at travischappell.com (https://create.acast.com/episodes/3b48e6da-a672-4e83-9897-ddefc4e88bc7/travischappell.com) Join the Build Your Network Facebook group travischappell.com/group (https://create.acast.com/episodes/3b48e6da-a672-4e83-9897-ddefc4e88bc7/travischappell.com/group)
Caleb Maddix, 16-year-old millionaire entrepreneur, author, and speaker; Mikaila Ulmer, Founder of Me & The Bees Lemonade, and Casey Adams, 18 year old Best Selling Author, Entrepreneur, and Public Speaker share how their success journey began YOUNG. On This Episode: Caleb shares how he gained unstoppable confidence. Hear how Mikaila landed a partnership with Daymon John at 14. Casey Adams shares how he overcame his fears and didn't let negative circumstances hold him back. Key Takeaways: Do things that scare you. Pursue causes you're passionate about. Take time to say "thank you." Resources Mentioned: Visit Travis’ website at travischappell.com (https://create.acast.com/episodes/3b48e6da-a672-4e83-9897-ddefc4e88bc7/travischappell.com) Join the Build Your Network Facebook group travischappell.com/group (https://create.acast.com/episodes/3b48e6da-a672-4e83-9897-ddefc4e88bc7/travischappell.com/group)
Kelly Roach is known as THE BUSINESS CATALYST, helping business owners become game changers in their field and achieve million dollar + breakthroughs in their business. As a former Fortune 500 executive who built and led record-breaking teams in 17 locations around the US, Kelly's programs and consulting encompass billion dollar corporate strategies combined with the speed and agility of the most powerful online strategies of today. Kelly is a featured expert on ABC, NBC, Good Day, the CW, and in some of the world's leading publications such as Inc. and Forbes where she shares the principles of her best-selling books and top podcast, The Unstoppable Entrepreneur Show. Kelly is committed to ongoing philanthropic work to bring clean drinking water to those who do not have access and is the co-founder of Give Her Courage, a movement to instill courage and confidence in the girls of our future from the start. On This Episode: Kelly explains why she got dissatisfied with her $300K per year job in the corporate world at 29. Learn how Kelly became involved in sales. Discover the top 3 sales mistakes entrepreneurs make. Key Takeaways: Don’t make decisions out of desperation. Hire for DNA rather than skillset or resume. Don’t discount or discredit your past just because it’s not directly connected to what you’re doing today. Top 3 Sales Mistakes Entrepreneurs Make: Talking and not listening Failure to follow up. Not having a sales funnel Kelly Roach: KellyRoachCoaching.com (http://KellyRoachCoaching.com) instagram.com/kellyroachofficial (instagram.com/kellyroachofficial) facebook.com/groups/2080754075505322 (https://www.facebook.com/groups/2080754075505322) Resources Mentioned: Visit Travis’ website at travischappell.com (https://create.acast.com/episodes/3b48e6da-a672-4e83-9897-ddefc4e88bc7/travischappell.com) Join the Build Your Network Facebook group travischappell.com/group (https://create.acast.com/episodes/3b48e6da-a672-4e83-9897-ddefc4e88bc7/travischappell.com/group)
THE BIGGEST MYTH surrounding podcasting is that there is no money to be made doing it. This is dead wrong. The reason most podcasters never make a dime from their podcast is that they are missing some of the SIMPLEST ways to actually monetize! In this short video, Travis and his producer break down just a few easy steps you can take to transform your podcast from something that COSTS you money into something that MAKES you money.  Key Takeaways: Sponsors may not be the best route for most podcasters to monetize. Consider finding affiliate deals that pay very high commissions. Patreon is a great option for certain content creators. For business-centric podcasts, sell a product of your own. Tweetable Quote: “You can’t communicate with a number, you have to turn that number into a person and see what their needs are.” Resources Mentioned: Visit Travis’ website at travischappell.com (https://create.acast.com/episodes/3b48e6da-a672-4e83-9897-ddefc4e88bc7/travischappell.com) Join the Build Your Network Facebook group travischappell.com/group (https://create.acast.com/episodes/3b48e6da-a672-4e83-9897-ddefc4e88bc7/travischappell.com/group)
Veteran television producer and author, Brant Pinvidic, the original "shark" on Shark Tank, Kevin Harrington, and Shaan Patel, the founder of Prep Expert share how to leverage the power of pitching. On This Episode: Learn how Brant landed a pitch with the owner of Wrestlemania. Kevin shares his experience becoming the 'first shark' on Shark Tank. Shaan shares how he got a lucrative deal on Shark Tank for his SAT prep company. Key Takeaways: Find something that differentiates you. Focus on deals that are going to be worth your time. Preparation is key. Resources Mentioned: Visit Travis’ website at travischappell.com (https://create.acast.com/episodes/3b48e6da-a672-4e83-9897-ddefc4e88bc7/travischappell.com) Join the Build Your Network Facebook group travischappell.com/group (https://create.acast.com/episodes/3b48e6da-a672-4e83-9897-ddefc4e88bc7/travischappell.com/group)
Dr. Angela E. Lauria is the founder of The Author Incubator™ and creator of the Difference Process™ for writing a book that matters. She is the author of the bestselling book The Difference: 10 Steps to Writing a Book that Matters and The Incubated Author: 10 Steps to Start a Movement with Your Message. On This Episode: Angela shares how she found her escape from an unhappy childhood at the library and how she wrote her first book at 13. Find out how music led Angela to be interested in activism. Hear how Angela got her first job as a research assistant in 1994, leading to 17-19 years as a freelance ghost-writer and marketer. Angela explains how she brought on several clients, worked every second she was awake, but still struggled to make good money. Key Takeaways: Create clarity about exactly what you do for people. Don’t make your buyer do the work. Your business model predetermines your outcome. You have to know your strengths to network effectively. Tweetable Quotes: “When you only eat when you earn and you only earn when you produce, you find out what works and what doesn’t very quickly.” Angela Lauria: TheAuthorIncubator.com (http://TheAuthorIncubator.com) Resources Mentioned: A Return to Love: https://amzn.to/30ZjBam (https://amzn.to/30ZjBam) Visit Travis’ website at travischappell.com (https://create.acast.com/episodes/3b48e6da-a672-4e83-9897-ddefc4e88bc7/travischappell.com) Join the Build Your Network Facebook group travischappell.com/group (https://create.acast.com/episodes/3b48e6da-a672-4e83-9897-ddefc4e88bc7/travischappell.com/group)
Akshay Nanavati, Author of Fearvana, Dean Karnazes, Ultra Marathoner, Author, and one of Time Magazine’s Top 100 most influential people in the world, and Aaron Hale, chef and 14-year military veteran share secrets to mastering your mind and body. On This Episode: Akshay shares when it’s time to throw in the towel. Hear the driving factor for Dean in pursuing Ultra Marathon running. Aaron Hale recounts how, while on an IED check in Afghanistan, a secondary device detonated and damaged his eyes beyond repair, entirely blinding him. Key Takeaways: Know when to quit. Your physical health plays a key role in how you approach life and how you pursue your goals. You can find your purpose and direction through continually challenging yourself. Resources Mentioned: Visit Travis’ website at travischappell.com (https://create.acast.com/episodes/3b48e6da-a672-4e83-9897-ddefc4e88bc7/travischappell.com) Join the Build Your Network Facebook group travischappell.com/group (https://create.acast.com/episodes/3b48e6da-a672-4e83-9897-ddefc4e88bc7/travischappell.com/group)
As Founder and CEO of The Abraham Group, Inc. (Los Angeles, California), Jay Abraham has spent his entire career solving complex problems and fixing underperforming businesses. He has significantly increased the bottom lines of over 10,000 clients in more than 1,000 industries, and over 7,200 sub industries, worldwide. Jay has dealt with virtually every type of business scenario and issue. He has studied, and solved, almost every type of business question, challenge and opportunity. On This Episode: Jay shares about his childhood Jay explains why he Is a poster child for adult ADD. Learn why Jay jumped to so many different industries so rapidly. Hear how Jay became incredibly successful in the newsletter business. Unlock the power of concentrated thinking. Key Takeaways: You have to educate yourself on a variety of industries and see how you can apply what you’ve learned to your current industry. Spend more time acting than sitting and thinking. What you know is important but you must know how to deploy it. Tweetable Quotes: “When you only eat when you earn and you only earn when you produce, you find out what works and what doesn’t very quickly.” Jay Abraham: jayabraham.com (https://my.captivate.fm/jayabraham.com) Resources Mentioned: Visit Travis’ website at travischappell.com (https://create.acast.com/episodes/3b48e6da-a672-4e83-9897-ddefc4e88bc7/travischappell.com) Join the Build Your Network Facebook group travischappell.com/group (https://create.acast.com/episodes/3b48e6da-a672-4e83-9897-ddefc4e88bc7/travischappell.com/group)
Travis shares three lessons he's taken away from three years of podcasting! Key Takeaways: Be patient but also urgent. Don’t focus on the goal itself, focus on becoming the person that is capable of achieving the goal. Take imperfect action. Tweetable Quotes: “Success loves speed.” “In the absence of clarity, take action.” Resources Mentioned: Visit Travis’ website at travischappell.com (https://create.acast.com/episodes/3b48e6da-a672-4e83-9897-ddefc4e88bc7/travischappell.com) Join the Build Your Network Facebook group travischappell.com/group (https://create.acast.com/episodes/3b48e6da-a672-4e83-9897-ddefc4e88bc7/travischappell.com/group)
Houston Rockets owner, Tillman Fertita, Impact Theory founder and host, Tom Bilyeu, and Jeff Hofman, serial entrepreneur from Priceline.com all sit down with Travis Chappell to offer up billion dollar advice. On This Episode: Learn how Tillman Fertita became the world’s richest restaurateur and was able to buy the Houston Rockets. Tom Bilyeu destroys the wrong mindset many have around wealth. Jeff Hoffman shares the importance of giving back and the power of travel. Key Takeaways: You MUST be opportunistic. It’s better to have money than not, but it’s basically an amplifier of who you are. We become more tolerant of other people the more cultures we see. Tweetable Quotes: “You always take everything moment-to-moment and continue to set goals and be very opportunistic. I would say that the biggest thing about being an entrepreneur is being very opportunistic.” – Tilman Fertitta 'Travel is the fatal enemy of prejudice.' – Mark Twain Resources Mentioned: Visit Travis’ website at travischappell.com (https://create.acast.com/episodes/3b48e6da-a672-4e83-9897-ddefc4e88bc7/travischappell.com) Join the Build Your Network Facebook group travischappell.com/group (https://create.acast.com/episodes/3b48e6da-a672-4e83-9897-ddefc4e88bc7/travischappell.com/group)
Chad Veach is the founder and lead pastor of ZOE Church in Los Angeles, California, a dynamic church with multiple locations throughout the city. In addition to leading ZOE, he is an international speaker; the author of three books, ​Faith Forward Future​, ​Unreasonable Hope, and Help! I Work with People​; and the host of ​Leadership Lean In​--a popular podcast specializing in organizational health, creativity, and leadership development. Chad and his wife, Julia, reside in Los Angeles with their four children, Georgia, Winston, Maverick, and Clive. On This Episode: Hear why Chad decided to follow in the footsteps of his father as a pastor. Chad shares whether or not he thinks college is useful. Learn the key to effectively communicating with others. Key Takeaways: Leadership is communication. Leadership is influence. Leadership is about giving away equity, responsibility, and authority. Tweetable Quotes: “Life is like a sponge. You’ve got to receive, and then you’ve got to give.” – Chad Veach “If you want to communicate, you can get by, but if you can learn skillful communication, you can work miracles.” – Chad Veach “You can’t do life well and do people wrong.” – Chad Veach Chad Veach: ZOEchurch.org (ZOEchurch.org) Resources Mentioned: Visit Travis’ website at travischappell.com (https://create.acast.com/episodes/3b48e6da-a672-4e83-9897-ddefc4e88bc7/travischappell.com) Join the Build Your Network Facebook group travischappell.com/group (https://create.acast.com/episodes/3b48e6da-a672-4e83-9897-ddefc4e88bc7/travischappell.com/group)
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Travis Bakos

Music goes on for way too long.

Mar 6th
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Meta Minds

Awesome podcast mate 🎙

Oct 11th
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Sarah Quinn

this is awesome

Oct 4th
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Lisa Lawson

10 NEON 20.18. GOD

Jan 18th
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Gayland Head

What is the name of Doug's podcast?

Dec 30th
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latoya cheeks

I don't know about nit having an agenda because that's where you have to consider and value your time.

Nov 29th
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Doniele

Travis- I've been bingeing all day! Thank you for the great content.

Nov 7th
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latoya cheeks

I'm so glad that I found this podcast.

Nov 2nd
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Copy That Pops

Love this show! Keep it up, Travis! #SuperConnector

Oct 5th
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Karoline Nadiaska Arevalo

What's is the author and the name you mentioned here about Henry Ford?

Sep 18th
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Shelby Wachtendorf Colorado Springs Realtor

Hi Travis! I love your podcast. I am a Realtor and am always seeking ways on how to improve my ability to serve my clients to the highest degree. Like Jordan, I am currently building my business brick by brick - with the exception this is the first time I am building a business - and have realized that there are key elements, such as networking, that in the long term makes or breaks a business. This segment was fantastic as it dawned on me that interviewing skills are just as crucial in your industry as for mine. Approaching anyone with the intention to build a relationship takes interviewing skills - I have never heard it put that way before. Perhaps a significant part of this skill is about being interested in the person, not interesting. I also loved Jordan's acronym of Always Be Giving! Thanks for providing a great resource. ~ Shelby

Mar 22nd
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Luna Artemis

This is so deceiving. This is not about networking with billionaires..

Jan 17th
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Alex Hillenbrand

A great show with great guests, learn how to network the right way & build meaningful relationships. Travis hosts in a relaxed friendly manner getting real value from his guests. Keep up the good work Travis.

Jan 16th
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