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October 27, 2020 30 min

Learn how to stand out from the others to grow your business. Jason Stapleton is a successful entrepreneur, business coach, and marketing consultant. After graduating high school, he joined the United States Marine Corps where he developed skills as a foreign exchange currency trader. When he returned home, he co-founded Trade Empowered, a trading education company that makes 5 million dollars per year. Once he got tired of teaching, he started advising brands on how to improve their marketing and communication.

Highlights 

  • Jason tells how he started Trade Empowered, a trading education company after serving the US in Iran.
  • He talks about the slow process of reaching success and the liberated feeling of providing for yourself.  
  • The 3 ways to grow a business: getting more people to buy your stuff, getting customers to pay more for your product, and increasing the size of your company by getting people to buy more frequently.
  • Jason believes the most valuable thing you can learn is how to convince somebody to buy your stuff. 
  • Understanding you have to be a brand and not a commodity, because a commodity is difficult to sell.
  • The key to differentiating yourself from the rest to earn market share and charge more. 

  • You can learn more about Jason on his website or follow him on Twitter. 

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