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The #SaturdayMorningHustle didn't start as a podcast, but a series of social media posts about the #Hustle and #Grind of owning your own business. These posts connect with entrepreneurs, business owners and everyone willing to work hard for what they wanted to achieve because I'm actually in the office every Saturday putting in extra work. One group that really connects with this idea are fitness professionals. No other lifestyle is more connected to "working hard every day to see results" more than the gym crowd. The irony is I am not in shape like these fitness coaches and trainers. But, we do have a similar mindset, work ethic and need to motivate others to achieve their goals. My aim is to help business people of all types, which includes fitness businesses as well. If you have a question or need advice for your startup, small business or self-brand (fitness, health or other) please feel free to connect with me on social media. That's what I'm here for. #Motivation #Inspiration #Fitness #Health #LiveWell #EvenOnTheWeekend #Entrepreneur #SelfBrand #Business #SmallBusiness #SmallBusinessOKC #Gym #Trainer #Coach

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People Will Steal Your Ideas. Do It Anyways! #SaturdayMorningHustle⠀ ⠀ That's right, not everyone on the planet is ethical (or honest). Plenty of people you have never met (or might be very close to you) are willing to take other people's ideas and pass them off as their own. I'm not condoning it, I'm just telling you it can/will happen. But, you still need to innovate. Come up with new ideas, approaches, tactics and ways of doing things. Do not let the potential theft of your next great idea slow or stop you. Put yourself out there, and see who does it better. Focus on your audience and your success. Anyone looking for a shortcut will end up short in the end. Make them work hard to keep up with you. Stealing ideas and claiming credit is not sustainable. Go for it! Check out the podcast too. http://bit.ly/SMHustle⠀ ⠀ #SaturdayMorningHustle #BestOfLuck #GoodLuck #Hustle #Grind #WorkSmart and #WorkHard #Entrepreneur #Leadership #EvenOnTheWeekends #Marketing #Branding #Advertising #PR #PublicRelations #SocialMedia #Promotions #Profit #Win #Motivation #Business #SelfBrand #Career #Process #Motivate #OKCSmallBusiness #OKCEntrepreneur #StartUp #OKCStartUp

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The most practical advice I can give you on the #SaturdayMorningHustle is this: Start every idea, project or promotion the same way you build a business. Begin with the best idea possible. Don't be an "us too" offering but really find something new or a new way to do it. Make sure that idea solves a problem for people. That makes it valuable, something people will pay you for. Set your idea apart, differentiate what it is, how it works, how you deliver it, etc…. ⠀ ⠀ Do all of this with your audience wants and needs in mind, not your wants (or ego). If you do that, you will have something people are willing to pay for, delivered the way they want. Last but not least, make sure it's profitable. That profit will pay back startup cost and keep you going when things are not working perfectly. If everything goes well, profit will make it possible to expand. Measure, adjust, do it all again – just better. #GoodLuck #Hustle #Grind #WorkSmart and #WorkHard #Entrepreneur #Leadership #EvenOnTheWeekends #Conversion #Measurement #Marketing #Advertising #PR #PublicRelations #Promotions #Profit #Win #Motivation #Business #SelfBrand #Career #Process #Inspire #Motivate #OKCSmallBusiness

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Today on the #SaturdayMorningHustle, I translate the business marketing process into a simple format with tips everyone can use for your next event, non-profit organization or building your Personal Brand – artist, musician, #entrepreneurs, fitness, SM influencer, etc…. Goals, strategy, objectives, tactics, measurement and adjustment is the process (we discuss this fully on my business podcast The Golding Group #NeoMarketing on iTunes) which might seem like a lot of work. But, for an individual or smaller project this process can be simplified if you understand the basics. That's what I'm going to give you in 5 minutes this morning. What you do with it will be up to you. #GoodLuck #Hustle #Grind #WorkSmart and #WorkHard #Entrepreneur #Leadership #EvenOnTheWeekends #Conversion #Measurement #Marketing #Advertising #PR #PublicRelations #Promotions #Profit #Win #Motivation #Business #SelfBrand #Career #Process #Inspire #Motivate #Podcast #Video #OKCSmallBusiness

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#SaturdayMorningHustle success is a series of hurdles. Some are easy, some are harder, some seem impossible. That's the grind, this is where hustle and drive are needed. If it's worth doing, it will be hard. But, everyone on TV, social media and the internet only show you the cars, vacations and bling that comes from their (claimed) success. The grind isn't pretty and no one wants to admit they struggled, failed, got discouraged and maybe even quit (but then came back). That is the reality of anyone who has achieved a level of success that you are sitting at home hoping to emulate. True story! Do NOT be discouraged when your success journey has highs and lows. It's all part of the process. Get up early, stay up late, work on the weekend and do what you need to do for your success. Do not focus on how easy it was for someone else, because it wasn't as easy as they say. Best of luck! #Humble #Motivated #Inspired #Hustle #Grind #NeverGiveUp #Business #Success #Advice #Entrepreneur #Compete to #Win #GiveBack #Consistent #Strength #Advantage #WorkSmart then #WorkHard #LongGame #Vision #Successful #PathToSuccess #MakeTheImpossiblePossible #Next #Work #Hard #Smart #Blessed #OKC

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