Michael Girdley (@Girdley) is joined by James Camp (@JamesonCamp), who grew up in New York City and is a Jack of All Trades, especially on marketing strategy, monetization, and website flipping. We talk about how he lost $100,000 trying to acquire a firm, the downside of financial touts, and stock buying schemes he's encountered.
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(00:00) - Introduction
(00:48) - Our sponsor is DMBridge
(03:22) - Why did you team up with a prop trader whom you met in a nightclub?
(05:29) - How are cohort-based courses different from the asynchronous version?
(13:46) - What does being a nightclub promoter teach you about business?
(14:49) - Tell us more about the Psychology of sales. What are trust building and its techniques?
(22:48) - What is the right way for families to support young entrepreneurs?
(25:26) - How do you perceive the finance industry?
(32:14) - Can solopreneurs actually scale?
(35:36) - How’s the growth once fallen into solo entrepreneur concepts?
(38:59) - Tell us the story about Jimmy!
(40:00) - How I got scammed out of $100k
(44:09) - How is it like being a holistic digital marketer?
(46:24) - What is the dark side of offering stock buying advice?
(50:59) - How did talking on Twitter become a superpower?
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