The Jim Galiano Show: Online Business Success Minus the Stress

The Jim Galiano Show: Online Business Success Minus the Stress

(Subscribe at https://www.jimgaliano.com/). This is the podcast dedicated to online business success minus the stress. Join online business veteran, Jim Galiano, and learn what it takes to plan, build and execute a successful online business strategy with the "less moving parts, less overhead and less headaches" approach.

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May 25, 2022 44 min
Today, I’d like to share with you some thoughts on expanding your online reach and influence within your market. More than just a few people get lost in the weeds once they start investing time, energy, and money into their marketing and advertising. Can I change how you view these topics in a single podcast episode? Maybe so! I’m going to give it a shot in today’s episode. Right now, most of my one-on-one clients are taking advan...
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It’s one thing to talk about creating the type of business to minimize the amount of stress, it’s another when you start planning out the details to make that a reality. In today’s episode, we’re going to look at setting up different income streams within your business. We’ll also be talking about what can be scaled and/or automated, what can’t, and how to make your adjustments accordingly. Realistically speaking, what does your ...
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With the right game plan, I believe this is a great time for entrepreneurs of all ages (from young to old) to succeed in the world of online business. There is plenty of money and business out there to support you and your loved ones for years to come. However, I also believe it’s more important than ever to have a solid gameplan in place to cover the next 3-5 years into the future. Unless you think it through, you could be facing...
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How much control do you really have? It’s an interesting question. One that, unfortunately, is often asked too late. My friend and his partner were forced to close down their manufacturing business here in the United States. The only way to survive or complete in their ever-changing marketplace was to outsource their product manufacturing to China. For the first few years, everything was more or less fine. Afterward, the loss of p...
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As things stand, the business world in general currently finds itself in a state of transition. The train has left the station, so to speak. Today, I want to share some thoughts on gradual change and gradual progress. Over the last few years, I’ve seen quite a few people (many of them with quite a bit of experience) rebranding, reinventing, and changing their businesses – from minor changes to major ones. I’ve also seen more peop...
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Do you have a favorite client or customer? Most of us have at least a few that stand out (in a good way!) I’m talking about the type of client that makes you wish you had “more like them” Nothing matches the kind of positive, beneficial, all-around experience you’ll have when you’re as good of a fit for a client as the client is for you. In today’s podcast, I want to talk about finding your ideal client and recalibrating everythi...
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Someone once said, “When you die, there will still be items on your to-do list!” This seems to be especially true for those traveling the entrepreneurial path. That said, there’s really no reason why we can’t get the really important things accomplished or finished. Personally, I believe we waste too much of our time with things that, in the big picture, really aren’t that important. And conversely, too little time on the things t...
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Radio, Movies, TV, and even the Internet in general – all have one thing in common. Each went through a period I like to refer to as, “The Golden Age.” The Golden Age of Radio ran from the early 1920s into the 1950s. The Golden Age of TV followed from around 1948 through 1959. How about the Golden Age of Movies? According to Google, we’re looking at the 1920s through the 1960s. The Golden Age is a way to express the time when a ...
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If you’ve been listening to this podcast for a while, you already know that I’m committed to the theme of building a better kind of business. Better for yourself and your family as well as your clients and customers. It’s all about moving forward. But, that said, our pasts do have a way of trying to insert themselves into the present. I’m talking about the business or project failures that color how we see things as we attempt to ...
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https://www.jimgaliano.com I would say that most business owners consider themselves to have at least a reasonable amount of intelligence. Maybe even above average? Based on that alone, most would say their challenges are anything but basic or simple. If that were the case, the problems or frustrations would no longer exist. It’s that way of thinking that causes people to pass over a simpler approach to problem-solving in favor ...
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Studies are now showing that we have about 4 productive hours, on average, on any given day. When I first heard people talking about this, I thought the number was way too low. Also, studies show that people who push the productivity envelope end up experiencing adverse effects on several fronts. Not only does the quality of their work suffer beyond that point, but so does everything else. I’m talking about family, friends, relat...
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The ultra-lean business models of today make it possible for solopreneurs, freelancers, and small business owners to scale their income with a minimal business overhead. I can’t speak for anyone else, but in my experience, managing a group of people isn’t easy. Not over the long haul. With the right business model, you won’t have to manage a team. My friend’s son picked up on this concept and now makes a living automating factorie...
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There are more solopreneurs in business today than ever before. From small business owners to freelancers and consultants, an increasing number of individuals fit the solopreneur profile. That also goes for those who have others working for them, part or full-time. Simply put – these individuals are the heart and soul of the business. Today, I’d like to share some thoughts on building a successful marketing plan. One that you can ...
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Since the late 1990s, I’ve had the opportunity to test-drive the popular business models of the time. All while building a service-based business. In today’s episode, I want to share with your four business models that are “doable” for Solopreneurs and small business owners. If you’re currently selling your services online, and not hitting your income goals, today’s episode might be a breath of fresh air to you. The truth is – you...
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Most of us begin our businesses journey with an intense focus on the product or service we want to deliver. We want it to be the best product or service we’re capable of delivering. We’re entrepreneurs, we’re solopreneurs, and we’re proud of our product. Eventually, we hit a plateau. For some, the plateau may be much higher than it is for others. But it’s a plateau, nonetheless. You gain some customers, you lose some customers, bu...
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I discovered WordPress for the first time back around 2005. By 2008 I’d gone all-in with it as my content management system of choice. It was and still is, in my opinion, the best tool out there for the average entrepreneur looking to start, build, and grow their online brand. Things have changed quite a bit since then. The rise of social media caused a lot of businesses to change their approach to online marketing completely – wh...
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February 2, 2022 65 min
One of the things that Entrepreneurs and Solopreneurs find difficult is having to navigate the increasing uncertainty that surrounds their business, niche, and marketplace. For example, what’s hot and what’s not as far as topics, products, services, and information goes. These things can change often and quickly. Maybe you were focusing on something very popular, but it’s not anymore. Just as you’re preparing to catch the wave of...
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January 26, 2022 44 min
Much of the business world has been in a state of crisis over the past two years. Certain markets more than others. And now, with inflation and the threat of a recession looming on the horizon, there doesn’t appear to be an end in sight. This leads to the question and the topic of today’s episode, “What do businesses want in 2022?” Where is the focus and what are the challenges and issues they’re most concerned with? If you’re re...
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I could probably easily write a two-thousand-word article on the pros and cons of paid advertising. For most, the cons seem to outweigh the pros. For example, for years I took the position that I wasn’t going to spend more than I could afford to lose in paid advertising. This was even before the days of social media. But the truth is, I didn’t have a logical, workable strategy driving any of my early advertising efforts. With my o...
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Value can be measured in many different ways. We purchase products and services because they bring value into our lives. Even the simplest of products, like a game, can bring us some relief from boredom or stress. More complex products or services enable us to accomplish goals and make forward progress in whatever area of life or business we need help with. In today’s podcast, I want to talk about getting crystal clear on the kin...
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