Ep 60: Jon Nastor – Asking The Best Questions

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1.24 The one thing you must do to engage in deep conversations about business…(Hint: It’s not just hitting up business savvy friends.)

2.56 Jon’s accidental discovery after interviewing his first 30 guests, how it grew his business, AND why applying this to your business could yield the same results…

5.50 Why Jon’s first question instantly tells him if you’ll make it as an entrepreneur. (Can you answer it and prove yourself?)

9.45 The “old school radio” technique Jon uses to spark fiery debates with your spouse, force gym rats to stop working out, and disrupt a multi-tasker’s focus…(Warning: using this technique may result in a podcast that’s off the charts.)

12.49 The REAL reason Jon asks: “What is the one thing that you do that has been the biggest contributor to your successes so far?” (And why it has absolutely nothing to do with your answer…)

13.20 How to passively use your own episodes to set the standards for your guests…with no extra work or cost.

17.07 Step-by-step on launching a successful podcast — even if you’re a “nobody” with a cheaply made website and no interview skills.

19.20 Jon’s frank, 6-word advice on what to do when you’ve got a “podcast in the making.”

20.57 The ridiculously simple approach Jon uses to connect with busy entrepreneurs. (He got more than 190 guests on his show using this method.)

24.20 How we ignore the easiest way to make more people like us, or even connect with us. (And exactly what you need to do to gain popularity.)
Bullets written by Timothy Woo. You can reach Tim at  http://timothyhwoo.com

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    Jon, thanks for spilling your “spilling your guts” and sharing the tips. Lots of things you mentioned resonated with me as I’m working on launching my Podcast right now. By the way, you have a good deep voice.

    Kevin, you asked some great questions. I really like the questions you asked in this episode.

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