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Starting, Growing, and Selling Businesses with Zeke Camusio

It always puts a smile on my face when I learn that one of our listeners is having success with their entrepreneurial efforts. Zeke emailed me to tell me a bit more about his story, and I knew that he would be a fantastic guest. It's a bit like International Week here on BlogcastFM since you've got two interviews with cool accents. Here are some highlights from our chat:
  • How Zeke Sold His First Several Businesses Zeke Camusio
  • The Realization that Zeke Wasn't Building Sustainable Businesesses
  • Recognizing the Parts of Your Business that You're Good At
  • The Start, Grow, and Sell Cycles in Each of Zeke's Businesses
  • How Zeke Sold His First Three Businesses to His Employees
  • Why Meeting in Person is Essential to Getting the Attention of Well Known People
  • How Zeke Leverages LinkedIn to Meet Other CEOs for Lunch on a Weekly Basis
  • Why Relationship Marketing is Not a Numbers Game
  • The Peaks, Plateaus, and Valleys of Entrepreneurship 
  • The Importance of Using Each Day to Plant Seeds
  • Why You Need to Be a Trendsetter in Your Industry 
  • The Multiple Formats of Content that You Can Use to Market Your Business
  • Structuring Your Business So It Can Be Sold 
  • How to Create Systems for Your Business and Improve Them
  • The 3 Criteria that Zeke Uses to Determine Whether Something is Worth Delegating 
Tweetable Insights Include:
  • Growth is not linear. You're not Always Growing (Click to Tweet)
  • When things are not working out, you can't obsess about what's not working (Click to Tweet)
  • Sometimes a good idea comes from a stupid idea (Click to Tweet)
Zeke Camusio is the founder of Digital Aptitude and a serial entrepreneur who’s started four successful companies in the last ten years. He just might be the hardest-working guy in the digital marketing business, and he’s determined to make sure our clients get amazing results and value. You can follow him on twitter @ZekeCamusio. If you liked this article, would you share it with your friends? Just click here to post it to Twitter. Oh, and we’d be really grateful if you write us a review in iTunes.

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