Welcome back to Laptop Empires! Today Bobby and Mike discuss a variety of topics from NFTs and Gary Vee, to Rick Ross’ books and social media expertise.
“If you have the dream, you know it’s going to take work and it’s going to take sacrifice. And I think a lot of people don’t want to sacrifice (piece of it). You got to learn to love what you’re doing and love that dream so much that you will sacrifice for it” – Mike Yanda
Welcome to the Laptop Empires podcast hosted by Bobby Hoyt (Millennial Money Man) and Mike Yanda (Red Dirt Marketing Co).
In this weekly podcast, the former Band Director(Bobby) and Attorney(Mike) share cutting-edge strategies for growing online businesses. The duo pull on their experiences building blogs, online communities, and courses to grow businesses for themselves and other business owners.
Every episode is packed with content and actionable strategies presented in a laid back, conversational manner. No topic is too big or small for this no-filter show about making money online and having fun doing it.
Whether you’re a full-time entrepreneur, side hustler, or you’re thinking about joining this crazy online business world, you’ll want to join the Laptop Empires crew each Monday and learn how to create an online business that lasts.
In this episode, here is what you’ll discover:
- Doing more work than what you’re actually doing to see results
- Being careful about what you promote
- Will ChatGPT put copywriters out of business
- On using AI tools
- How things have changed over the years
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