The Profit Junkie Podcast – James Schramko

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The Profit Junkie Podcast – Ep. 018 – James Schramko

James Schramko is the founder and CEO of SuperFastBusiness and SilverCircle. His book Work Less, Make More is an Amazon Best Seller. During his 10 years as an online business coach he has helped over 3,000 of his students create and maintain six, seven, and eight-figure businesses.

Before he built his coaching businesses, James was a General Manager at Mercedes-Benz. While he made a six-figure income he stressed and wanted the time and financial freedom he saw his top-level clients enjoying. He eventually made enough to quit Mercedes-Benz and go into online business full-time.

James has grown his coaching communities into multi-million-dollar business that fund a lifestyle he loves. Running his business with an input of 20 hours a week, he finds ample time to surf, spend time with family and friends, watch movies and travel.

Listen to this powerful The Profit Junkie Podcast episode with James Schramko about working less by increasing your effective hourly rate.

Here are some of the beneficial topics covered on this week’s show:

  • Why stopping the practices that don’t make you profit can be more profitable than doing more work.
  • How if you create value people will invest in you.
  • Why it’s important to know your points of leverage to increase your revenue.
  • How to collect your skillset as a salesperson to apply them on a much larger scale.

Connect with James:

Twitter

@JamesSchramko

Instagram

@jamesschramko

Facebook

facebook.com/Jamesschramko

Linked In

au.linkedin.com/in/jamesschramko

Links Mentioned:

jamesschramko.com

superfastbusiness.com


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