Thor Conklin is a serial entrepreneur with years of experience founding multiple successful businesses. Drawing on his extensive experience, he now helps entrepreneurs around the world build and launch their own successful businesses. If you want to learn about business from an experienced business coach, dive into this episode with Thor Conklin.
What We’re Chatting About This Week
Welcome to episode 95 – we’re almost to 100! I’m planning something special for the 100th episode, so stay tuned!
On episode 95, I’m talking to an amazing business coach, Thor Conklin. He’s also a serial entrepreneur who has built multiple successful businesses, and in this episode he shares his advice for us on building a profitable business. If you’ve ever wondered what it takes to build up your business, Thor Conklin has advice on everything from managing systems, achieving profitability – and more.
If you haven’t checked it out yet, I also have another podcast with my friend, Whitney Hansen, called Oh No We Didn’t! Check it out in the show notes below – we talk about money, religion, politics. It’s an audience interactive show and we’d like to hear from you – even if you didn’t like it!
This Week’s Sponsor
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This Week’s Guest
Thor is an entrepreneur, Profitability Consultant and host of the Peak Performers Podcast, with over 400 episodes to date, in 100 countries. The purpose of of his podcast is to engage, educate, entertain and inspire his listeners to excel in any area of life (from business to fitness) through the mastery of Peak Performance™ – knowledge, accountability, execution and ultimately, profit. Thor’s gritty, no nonsense and direct approach uncovers the real truth about what is holding people and organizations back from realizing their full potential.