February 2, 2016
I interview Doug Stewart regarding his favorite resources to have a great year. Doug participated and attended more conferences last year in years past. He plans on doing more this year. Doug enjoys the networking and educational opportunities at conferences.
Doug is planning on being very intentional with his social media this year and encourages us to do the same. He took the Dale Carnegie course “High Impact” last year. Doug encourages anyone who communicates at work to take this course.
Made to Stick: Why Some Ideas Survive and Others Die by Chip & Dan Heath was a book that Doug enjoyed. He also recommends The Artisan Soul: Crafting Your Life Into A Work Of Art By Erwin Raphael McManus for those who want to tap into their creative side.
Doug encourages everyone to invest in themselves like Jeff Giagnocavo does. Jeff is constantly upgrading his marketing education by buying courses, attending conferences, and participating in masterminds. Jeff’s store Gardner’s Mattress & More has one of the highest AUSP in the industry! Be like Jeff!
He also recommend Pat Flyn’s Smart Passive Income Podcast. Just Click Here www.smartpassiveincome.com/category/podcast. The best part is it’s free! If you are considering doing a podcast Pat has a tremendous course which is free. Just Click Here www.smartpassiveincome.com/how-to-start-a-podcast-pod… Doug also recommends Andy Stanley Leadership Podcast. Just Click Here itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/andy-stanley….
Doug encourages owners, RSAs or reps who spend a lot of time in their cars to get a subscription to audible. I did a couple years ago and because I drive twenty or more hours a week it helps me to stay on top of the best business practices and best advertising and marketing ideas so I can help my dealers grow their business. He just took a great online course with Seth go den called Start Up School. Doug believes that success this year will 100% predicted by one’s desire. You can reach more of Doug’s thoughts right here, Just Click Here http://doug-stewart.com. For Shownotes go to peteprimeau.com