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TBP Podcast 026: Seizing Opportunities: Finding Income Streams and…

In today’s show of The Big Picture Podcast, Joseph and Dave talked about taking advantage of opportunities to earn more. In today’s modern and highly connected world, opportunities to grow your business or your cash flow are unprecedented. What’s even more amazing is you don’t have to leave your regular job to earn more!

If you are in the lookout for some awesome ideas on how to generate more cash and find other potential income streams, then this episode is for you!

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  • Growing your cash flow
  • Ideas on how to earn more
    1. Go through your existing things and sell it on Facebook Marketplace
    2. Use your skill set and offer your service online
    3. Flip things like books
    4. Use your network for leverage
    5. Do the marketing for someone
    6. Organise events like seminars, weddings, etc.

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TBP Podcast 025: How to Successfully Transition from Freelancing…

In today’s show of The Big Picture Podcast, we invited former freelancer and now entrepreneur, Ivy Ruth Ortiz Inogada. Ivy started out as a freelancer and 2 years after, she’s successfully running two different companies: Synergistic Technologies, Inc. and Sola Fide Design Studio.

Synergistic Technologies, Inc. is a software development marketing firm. Basically, the company develops mobile applications. Sola Fide Design Studio on the other hand is a creative studio specialising in branding, print, and web design for the modern online entrepreneur.

If you want to learn about the nitty gritties of freelancing, the basics of running a business, and the importance of learning new skills, you can’t miss this episode!

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  • Ivy Ruth’s personal story
  • How she ended up becoming a freelancer
  • Who influenced her to get into entrepreneurship
  • Why she chose freelancing
  • The kind of freelance work she did
  • What triggered her to run her own business
  • On having a vision for yourself
  • Her businesses
  • How they assign roles
  • What they do marketing wise
  • Higher potential earnings handling local clients
  • Managing her time
  • On starting and managing an online community
  • Finding the right people for the community
  • What drives her passion
  • On learning some skills

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TBP Podcast 024: Your Mental Wallet: What it is…

Undoubtedly, one of the most critical parts of starting a business or just living our lives is properly managing our finances. With that in mind, we’ve decided to dissect a concept that will help you take better charge of your finances and explain a lot of your behaviour when it comes to one of life’s most important resources—money. This concept is called mental wallet.

In this episode of The Big Picture Podcast, you’ll learn what mental wallet really is, how it affects you and your life, and how you can make it work for you. In addition, we’ll also talk about this pattern we saw in ourselves, in our friends, and in other people and how we are being unconsciously influenced as we go about living our lives.

If you’re looking for guidance when it comes to properly managing your finances, this is one episode you can’t afford to miss!

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  • What mental wallet is
  • The baseline of that “safety amount” in your head
  • How people differ when it comes to the amount they have in their mental wallets
  • How your mental wallet affects your decisions and relationships
  • The importance of being conscious of your mental wallet
  • Your reaction when your “actual money” differs from the amount in your mental wallet
  • Recognising the actions you make when your “actual money” does not match with what’s in your mental wallet
  • Increasing your awareness

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TBP Podcast 023: How to Establish and Successfully Run…

In today’s show of The Big Picture Podcast, we chatted with Marq Martin, a prolific entrepreneur who owns and runs multiple streams of income. Aside from running a furniture business, he also does digital marketing consultation as well as photography and video.

Creative and steadfast, he also sells Marq Martin Pearls on Lazada and provides Law of Attraction training and life coaching on the side.

A bookworm at heart, he has also written and published several books and has a little library at home consisting of around 300 nonfiction books.

In this episode, he’ll talk about two of the things he does best—taking action and executing ideas. He also shared how he overcomes both fear and criticism and how he successfully manages all his ventures.

If you’re considering starting a business, you’ll find the wisdom, guidance, and tips he shared in this episode truly invaluable so don’t forget to tune in!

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  • How Mark came up with several income streams
  • On having different jobs
  • How he got involved in the drug dealing business
  • How he got involved in the family business in Cebu and established his own marketing company
  • On executing ideas
  • On taking action despite the fear
  • The fear of criticism and how to overcome it
  • His different income streams
  • Digital marketing
  • How he managed to run 6 businesses
  • Which among his businesses is the most in demand at the moment
  • What he learned from his mistakes running a rental business
  • His books and how he is building his personal brand
  • How he promotes his books
  • The secret to selling in Lazada
  • Helping the economy and helping people change their money mindsets

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TBP Podcast 022: Creative Marketing Strategies in Today’s Modern…

In this special episode of The Big Picture Podcast, we did something we have not done since we started this podcast—interview a fellow podcaster! Hopefully, this will be the first of many.

Our special guest is no other than Carlo Villarica, the genius behind Zerothreetwo and the host of Zerothreetwo Conversations.

Zerothreetwo is a blog site, an online magazine, a clothing line, and a digital marketing agency rolled into one.

Listen in as Carlo shared how Zerothreetwo has evolved through the years, what he enjoys doing, how he uses his podcast to preserve Cebu’s culture, and how their business style is different from others.

You’ll be hearing plenty of interesting, amazing, and contemporary ideas so don’t forget to tune in!

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  • How Zerothreetwo started
  • Starting the Zerothreetwo Conversations podcast
  • On having many article contributors
  • Focusing on what they are good at
  • How blogging works
  • Monetising the attention through their clothing line
  • Doing social media consultancy
  • How the business progressed from blogging
  • Getting funds through sponsored posts
  • Sources of their revenue
  • What he learned from his consultancy experience
  • Services they do for companies
  • On doing something he enjoys
  • How the brand helped them get clients
  • Using social media to get their message across and as an avenue to get people to connect with them
  • Finding out how different platforms work and how people would interact with them
  • Staying relevant to the audience
  • Preserving Cebu’s history or culture through the podcast
  • Knowing who you are and what you want to do
  • Being clear on their services and what they can offer

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TBP Podcast 021: Attending Conferences: Why it Matters and…

In this special episode of The Big Picture Podcast, Joseph and Dave talked about the experiences, insights, and the key takeaways they got from attending two different conferences.

Dave attended the RISE 2018 Conference in Hong Kong while Joseph went to the National Achievers 2018 Congress with his ultimate idol, Gary Vaynerchuk.

If you want to know the significance of attending conferences and how you can make the most out of the experience, this is one episode you shouldn’t miss!

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  • What prompted Dave to attend the RISE 2018 event
  • On the concept of setting aside budget for self-education
  • What the RISE Conference is all about
  • Speakers whose talks he attended
  • Top 3 lessons Dave learned
    • on Grab
    • on Tinder
    • on AI and machine learning
  • His insights and experiences
  • Why Joseph attended the National Achievers Congress Manila 2018
  • What made him like Gary Vee
  • Joseph’s experience meeting Gary Vee
  • The 3 top lessons he learned from the conference

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TBP Podcast 020: How to Succeed in Business and…

In this episode of The Big Picture Podcast, we sat down with Vince Loremia. He is the co-founder of Tudlo Innovation Solutions and Kallfly. The brilliant techie is committed to helping Cebu’s tech startups and boosting the local startup ecosystem.

He carries out business technology adaptations or transformation for all traditional businesses using technology. His company, Tudlo, empowers organisations and individuals through social innovation using the latest web and mobile technology to create a secure, safer, and smarter society.

In this episode, Vince shared several helpful insights—how to start a business with meager capital, how to secure funding, how to keep a positive mindset, and how to take action, among many others. If you are passionate about using technology to create a social impact, consider today’s episode a must-listen!

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  • Vince’s backstory
  • The environment in Silicon Valley
  • How Silicon Valley inspired him to create his very own startup
  • What Tudlo Innovation is
  • Emergency management system as their first application
  • What a tech startup company is
  • Tips on starting even without enough money
  • Where to apply for grants
  • How the company developed
  • How he got into Startup Island
  • Pain points of the Philippine startup ecosystem
  • His passion for work that has social impact
  • His life mantra
  • His family background and his childhood
  • On having a positive mindset
  • The Law of Attraction
  • Positive thinking and action-oriented results
  • Kallfly and Tudlo Innovation Solutions
  • The 5Ts to securing funding
    • Build a strong TEAM
    • Get TALENTED people
    • Build good TECHNOLOGY
    • Get TRACTION
    • TIMING
  • Their marketing strategy
  • Building your network
  • OFB – Overseas Filipino Businessmen

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TBP Podcast 019: The Importance of Having a Clear…

In this episode of The Big Picture Podcast, we chatted with the perfect person to talk to if you want to start a business out of employment. Listen in as Michael Yu, a financial coach and a mentor, candidly shared what prompted him to quit his full-time job and pursue his goal of having financial freedom at a certain age that led him to the realisation of his ultimate business goal.

We also talked about the things he’s been up to, the businesses he’s currently working on, and the different things you can do to diversify your business. If you’re looking to sharpen your business acumen, this is one episode you shouldn’t miss!

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  • Michael’s background and his “age goal”
  • Studying another course
  • Working in Singapore
  • Focusing on passive income
  • His first business (coin-operated machines)
  • Different businesses he tried
  • His take on early retirement
  • Success ratio
  • Having a full-time job and businesses on the side
  • Investing in startups
  • Cryptocurrency and Fiat currency
  • Diversification strategy
  • The factors that he considered when he left his full-time job
  • His ultimate business goal
  • What he expects after he quits his job
  • His routine while unemployed
  • The challenges he encountered

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TBP Podcast 018: Turning a “Silly” Business Idea into…

In this episode of The Big Picture Podcast, we chatted with Raymund and Jiggy, the founders of Senyor Silly hot sauce. The duo shared how they came up with the “silly” idea of venturing into the hot sauce business, how they did their market research, how they find clients and partners, and how they present their product to potential partners, among other things. If you are considering starting your own business, give today’s episode a listen. You’ll surely get plenty of insights you can use to get your venture off to a good start!

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  • How they started their business
  • The idea of making hot sauce as a business
  • What “bloody” means
  • What makes Senyor Silly Hot sauce different from the others
  • Creating criteria when evaluating and designing their product
  • How they did their market research
  • Their vision
  • How they used the input they got from their market research
  • How they find clients/partners
  • Pricing and their initial capital
  • Presenting the product to their potential partners
  • How enrolling in “Kapatid Mentor Me Program” helped their business
  • Their marketing strategy
  • Their end game
  • Viability and growth of the business
  • Future plans

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TBP Podcast 017: How a Former OFW Became a…

In today’s episode of The Big Picture Podcast, we talked with a special guest who has been an OFW (working as a registered nurse in New Zealand) for 8 years and a modern entrepreneur. Crestine Carson runs a company called Shake ‘N Slurp. Shake ‘N Slurp serves affordable and high-quality fruit-based beverages and shakes. She shared what it’s like working as an OFW, how she became an entrepreneur, and how she got her family involved in the business. Don’t miss this success story and be inspired!

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  • Crestine’s background story
  • How she realized she was spending too much
  • What changed her mindset
  • Starting a business and failing many times
  • Lessons she learned from her failures building a business
  • How they started their business
  • Expanding their small business and building their own brand
  • Coming home from New Zealand and getting a franchise consultant
  • Family involvement in the business
  • Challenges in franchising your business
  • The mindset of starting a business
  • How she inspired her family to work on their business
  • Creating a small community
  • Dream Journal
  • Developing her relationship with her family through their business

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