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The Funnel Gamer, Hawk Mikado, Shares How The Lead Flow Engine Changes The Lead Generation Game and Helps Businesses Create Legendary Lead Flow On The Trust Factor Radio

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On a recent episode of The Trust Factor Radio with Neil Howe, The Funnel Gamer Hawk Mikado Shares How The Lead Flow Engine Changes The Lead Generation Game. Hawk discussed, How to Easily Create Legendary Lead Flow & Make More Sales Calls Without Having To Write A Book Or Creating A 5 Day Challenge That You Don’t Even Know Will Convert.

According to Mikado, when businesses are starting online one of the first things they must do is to generate leads online, which to most seems to be one of the most elusive things on the planet. 

Mikado said “I am probably one of the best people who generates leads and turns those leads into sales calls and turns those sales calls into paying clients. And so we’ve been taking all those systems, making it so that any entrepreneur, any business owner, can come in, implement this process, build a lead flow engine, and start generating leads immediately in their business. Then, they can start taking those leads, turn them into sales calls immediately, or get them to a webinar or to a course…whatever their goal is…and ultimately grow a business online.”

When host Neil Howe asked, “What is the difference between a website and a lead flow funnel?” Mikado answered, “A website is designed to provide credibility to someone who already knows who you are. They are really trying to determine if you’re the right fit. I would call them a hot audience. That’s hot traffic. They’re really just trying to figure out if you’re really credible at that point. A funnel is designed to take cold [and warm] traffic, educate them on what they need to do to solve their problem and prompt them to take action by contacting you for an appointment or call, or to buy your product or service.”

During the interview Mikado shared how the Lead Flow Engine can be used for online businesses and for local service based businesses as well, explaining, “So most of our clients are coaches, speakers and experts. We’ve also worked with real estate agents, real estate investors, chiropractors, doctors, restaurants and other local businesses. The process is ultimately meant to get the customer to do the thing you really want them to do, which may be a call, an appointment, join a webinar, or come into your establishment and make a purchase. In order to move the needle, let’s say for a local business that provides a service, we would provide some type of education to help the reader emotionally connect to the content, then give them an action item that actually produces results immediately. This builds trust, and gets them to move to the next step.”

The interview concluded with Mikado saying “People can get started building their own Lead Flow Engine in as little as a couple of hours. Our Lead Flow Engine comes integrated with our Legendary Lead Flow Masterclass as well as our Copy Hacking Co. system which helps you write great copy, while all the technical speedbumps are taken care of with our Funnel Bot Software.”

Hawk Mikado is the creator of the Lead Flow Engine. He is the funnel gamer and is the leading expert on funnels, lead generation and live launches. Hawk has helped 11,973+ entrepreneurs learn how to add six figures to their business. He has built 12 seven and eight figure funnels and built seven profitable businesses in the multi six and seven figure range. He is an entrepreneur, adventurer and a family man. He has a very giving heart dedicating his life to helping industry leaders change the world.

To listen to the full interview on The Trust Factor Radio, visit https://businessinnovatorsradio.com/funnel-gamer-hawk-mikado-shares-how-his-lead-flow-engine-changes-the-lead-generation-game.

To learn more about Hawk Mikado and to experience the Lead Flow Engine, please visit https://leadflowengine.com.

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Kevin Knebl, CMEC International Speaker, Author, Trainer and Executive Coach for Financial Professionals, Interviewed on Influential Entrepreneurs Podcast

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Kevin Knebl, CMEC International Speaker, Author, Trainer, and Executive Coach, discusses how he educates organizations and their salespeople about the current state of Social Media for Sales from a non-technical perspective.

Listen to the interview here:

 https://businessinnovatorsradio.com/interview-with-kevin-knebl-international-speaker-author-trainer-and-executive-coach-for-financial-professionals/

He talks about how social software aligns with their sales and business strategies, so they understand the relevance of Social Media in sales from a lead generation, brand management, visibility, client acquisition referral creation, strategic alliance, and revenue growth perspective.  

Knebl said, “Abundance isn’t about getting – it’s the natural result of giving.”

Brian A.- CEO, Notionovus says, “Kevin is a great example of getting out of life what you put in. He’s a vibrant speaker and a social media guru extraordinaire. He brings a tremendous energy to his speaking engagements as well as his coaching services. I consider him one of my “rare finds” in that he is a combination of someone who is trustworthy, competent, informative, and great fun to be around.”

 

About Kevin Knebl
Kevin’s clients include individuals and small, medium, and Fortune 500 companies. He’s an in-demand, leading authority on Social Selling, Relationship Marketing, LinkedIn, and Twitter with a healthy dose of Inspiration, Transformational Insight, and Humor blended in for conferences, conventions, company trainings, and many other events. 

Kevin is the co-author of “The Social Media Sales Revolution: The New Rules for Finding Customers, Building Relationships, and Closing More Sales Through Online Networking” (McGraw-Hill). Kevin is also a contributing author of “Learn Marketing with Social Media in Seven Days” (Wiley). Kevin’s background includes being the top salesperson for four different companies in four different industries, including being the top salesperson in the world for an international consulting company with over 300 salespeople in 15 countries. He has trained hundreds of organizations and tens of thousands of professionals on the most profitable uses of LinkedIn, Social Selling, and Relationship Marketing since 2004.

Kevin also has the most individually hand-written client Recommendations (1960+) on his LinkedIn profile among over 760,000,000 LinkedIn users worldwide. And he’s a hippie in a suit with a face for radio.

Learn More: http://www.kevinknebl.com
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Local Colorado Hero for Developmentally Disabled Young Men Experiences Two Personal Hurricanes and Could Use Help 

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Recently, life has dealt a local hero incredible blow – Donna Emilien experienced two hurricanes in one day – losing her son and seeing her family home, devastated by Hurricane Ida flooding. 

A pillar in the community – since 1996, Donna Emilien has worked with young men with developmental disabilities, raising 46 foster kids providing a home environment for over 32 years. Since 2014, she’s been “mom” to 9 young men in the adult system with various behavioral challenges and disabilities through the group home she runs in Colorado. 

On the day hurricane Ida came through, one of those young men, her foster son Javon 25, passed away unexpectedly from several blood clots in his lungs and legs. Friends and family have been working hard to rally the community to help plan and pay for memorial services for Javon.  

“Javon was a little jokester. He was fun-loving, loved to dance. He considered himself a break dancer and beatbox dancer. He was gentle and patient with my mother-in-law, nd he was prayerful. If someone had an ailment or was down or felt downtrodden, he was the first to give a prayer and say a prayer over them.” 

The same weekend Javon passed away; her mother-in-law (who lives in Louisiana) suffered major water damage to her family home from Hurricane Ida flooding. Donna’s mother-in-law suffers from early onset dementia and Alzheimer’s.  Despite her own very full plate, Emilien rushed to Louisiana and brought her mother-in-law back to her home in Colorado for now. 

Emilien explained, “She doesn’t have insurance. There is about $25,000, $30,000 in water damage to her house. We’re going to, of course, see what FEMA will help with. She lives on a fixed income. She’s retired, her husband passed away, so she doesn’t have his retirement anymore. She wants to be in her home, but it was unsafe.” 

Donna’ s 89-year-old mother-n-law’s home is riddled with snakes and rats, garbage, flooded carpets, mildew. Donna had to go and get her mother-in-law, flying from Denver to Alabama, renting a car and driving over.  Authorities are telling evacuees that there are no shelters, no electricity, very limited resources for food, gasoline, supplies and absolutely no medical services. 

Simultaneously Emilien has been working caring for her mother-in-law and had to navigate home repairs, she also has had to deal with her own loss of income, unable to take in another placement in her son’s old room as the family reels from grief and work to plan and prepare a funeral. Her family lives in the home as well as the young men she cares for and now adding her mother-in-law to the house means her current household spans 4-months to 79 years old and everyone is dealing with the loss of Javon, he passed away in the home. 

Despite her own recent personal hurricanes, Emilien is still full of hope and concern for her family and the future. She shared why she has been tirelessly driven to help others, “I had a son that had developmental challenges and learned a lot of tricks of the trade raising him. When I started working in residential settings, I applied some of those same aspects to treatment and behavior modification and was extremely successful.” She added, “I tell my boys—This is your home, regardless of whether you stay here for a one month or 10 years you can always come back here and see the family. We are here for you. I felt like I could fill a void that was missing in a lot of these young men’s lives.”  

Her home is called, Beit Shalom, which means, “House of Peace” very fitting.  

The help Donna and her family could use: 

  • Provide a proper funeral for Javon
  • Get grief counseling for her household
  • Maintain her home and business for the next few months through her losses
  • Receive support and helphermother-in-law get her house repaired 

 

A GoFundMe account for donations to support Donna Emilien can be found at: www.//bit.ly/donnagofundme

 

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Annissa Deshpande, Founder of lōglab & Author of “The Comeback,” Interviewed on Influential Entrepreneurs Podcast About Harnessing the Competitive Advantage of Modern HR

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Annissa Deshpande discusses her approach to HR by stating, “HR sucks. . .but it doesn’t have to!”

Lōglab helps businesses modernize HR to grow revenue and create a place where people love to work. They teach that HR is a revenue and resource driver rather than a resource taker. The most successful executives and HR professionals have shifted HR to focus around two core ideas – create a great experience for employees and align HR to achieve business goals which result in increased revenue and success for the business. Treating people well and building a winning workforce isn’t hard… but it is when HR is focused on the wrong things. At lōglab they help businesses modernize HR to attract and keep the most talented employees, enabling further revenue and growth.

Annissa explained that “The Comeback is not just another business book… through a fictional story, this book will help you implement the fundamentals of modern HR, harness the competitive advantage of modern HR, and utilize HR to achieve business outcomes and grow your company.”

Download a free chapter of the book: https://www.theloglab.net/the-comeback

 

 

 

Mikael Berner, CEO, Edison; Chairman, Berner International, said, “I think of this as The Goal for everything HR. [The Comeback] really applies to how companies have to deal with new HR needs and the changes brought about by a more competitive environment for talent…[and] drives home the importance of humans as our most valuable resource…I strongly encourage that you get a copy of the book.”

About Annissa Deshpande

Annissa Deshpande is a former HR executive of a Fortune 500 where she oversaw the successful hiring of 20k people in 150 countries annually and designed internal talent initiatives to achieve business results. While most HR programs are heavily focused on compliance, Annissa helps teams think bigger, align to business goals, and create great experiences for employees.

She founded lōglab in 2015 and now combines her 20+ years of experience in finance, IT, and strategy to help companies modernize HR to grow revenue and create a place where people love to work.

Learn More: https://www.theloglab.net/

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