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INTENT Podcast 021: Kolby Kay

Kolby Kay

Kolby Kay is a father, filmmaker, author, best selling author and creator of the

docuseries A Life Worth Living. He also runs a marketing agency that's focused on mental and behavioural health of adolescent kids.

Kolby has also spoken on global stages in front of over 300,000 people and has appeared in over 250 podcasts. When he’s not behind the camera, he loves riding on his motorcycle and spending time with his family.

In today’s conversation with Kolby, we talk about his ups and downs in life which include dealing with divorce and bankruptcy and recovering from it. We also learn about his thoughts on social media and navigating through the COVID-19 pandemic. 

“It's the journey and what you do with the family and your friends that's important.” -- Kolby Kay

Some topics that were discussed include:

  • Who is Kolby?
  • Dealing with bankruptcy
  • Kolby on sharing his story online
  • Kolby’s project on teenage suicide
  • Dealing with the pandemic
  • Letting go of social media

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INTENT Podcast 021: Kolby Kay

Kolby Kay

Kolby Kay is a father, filmmaker, author, best selling author and creator of the

docuseries A Life Worth Living. He also runs a marketing agency that's focused on mental and behavioural health of adolescent kids.

Kolby has also spoken on global stages in front of over 300,000 people and has appeared in over 250 podcasts. When he’s not behind the camera, he loves riding on his motorcycle and spending time with his family.

In today’s conversation with Kolby, we talk about his ups and downs in life which include dealing with divorce and bankruptcy and recovering from it. We also learn about his thoughts on social media and navigating through the COVID-19 pandemic. 

“It's the journey and what you do with the family and your friends that's important.” -- Kolby Kay

Some topics that were discussed include:

  • Who is Kolby?
  • Dealing with bankruptcy
  • Kolby on sharing his story online
  • Kolby’s project on teenage suicide
  • Dealing with the pandemic
  • Letting go of social media

References & links mentioned:

Contact Kolby:

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Thanks for tuning in to this week’s episode of the Intent Podcast! If the information shared in these weekly conversations and interviews have helped you in your business journey, please head over to iTunes, subscribe to the show, and leave us an honest review. Your reviews and feedback will not only help us continue to deliver great, helpful content, but it will also help us reach even more amazing entrepreneurs just like you!

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INTENT Podcast 020: Leon Streete

Leon Streete

Leone Streete started out as a DJ back in 1995. He thought this is what he’d be doing for the rest of his life until he found a side hustle in making websites. From that, he transitioned to marketing and now helps other business owners avoid the pitfalls and know what to do to grow their businesses.

He is the founder of Business Owner Elevation and the author of “More Leads More Clients.” Through his company, he has helped three clients do over a million pounds from their marketing campaigns and numerous other clients hit multi 6-figures.

In today’s conversation, we talk about Leon's insights on failure and the lessons that he got from those failures.  and how we applied those lessons to the other areas in his life. If you're currently looking down the abyss and not quite sure what to do next, then this episode is definitely one for you to listen to.

“If you truly want to succeed, you ask for help.” -- Leon Streete

Some topics that were discussed include:

  • Who is Leon?
  • Leon’s passion for music
  • How Leon become a marketing coach
  • What does being an entrepreneur mean for Leon?
  • Why Leon doesn’t believe in labelling
  • What was it like building websites in 1997?
  • Leon’s shift from DJ to making websites
  • How Leon let go of bad clients
  • Leon’s messy middle
  • What was Leon’s biggest failure?
  • How to build a strong mentality
  • Leon’s advice on how to propel yourself forward

References & links mentioned:

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INTENT Podcast 019: Mark Kington

Mark Kington

If you’ve seen cartoon Tega on my Facebook pages, I’ll have you know that my guest today is the guy who led me to create a cartoon version of myself. Mark Kington, my internet friend whom I hope to meet in real life one day, is someone who’s really cool and great at what he does.

Mark is a successful copywriter who is also known as “The Copy Father.” He helps businesses optimise their copywriting and marketing to increase their sales and conversion rate. He is also a proud family man and believes in the importance of cultivating healthy relationships.

In today’s episode, Mark and I speak about some things that I have been thinking about for quite some time. Things like the fear of being pigeonholed and dealing with shiny object syndrome. We also talk about his career as a copywriter and how he cultivates great relationships with people both inside and outside his business.

“Without having relationships in your life, things are going to be a lot harder.” -- Mark Kington

Some topics that were discussed include:

  • What does impact mean to Mark?
  • What is copywriting?
  • How does one become a copywriter?
  • How Mark came up with the branding for Copy Father
  • How important are relationships in life and entrepreneurship?
  • The impact of Mark’s kids in his life and business
  • Why Mark is against the 9 to 5 
  • Fear of being pigeonholed 
  • Dealing with shiny object syndrome
  • What would Mark have done differently?

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INTENT Podcast 018: Chris Richards

Intent Returns

Chris Richards used to be part of the military for 15 years where he did multiple jobs such as IT administrator, radio signaler, criminal intelligence analyst, and communications data specialist. Currently, he is a mindset mentor for 6-figure entrepreneurs. He helps these individuals get over the blocks that keep them stuck and frustrated whenever it comes to growing and scaling their business.

He is also a proud dad to two amazing daughters and a loving husband to his beautiful wife.

We had a really cool discussion today  which primarily centred around how he made that shift from being in the army to becoming a full-time entrepreneur. Some of the topics that we covered in today's episode include the importance of having mentors and coaches, how to reinvent yourself whenever you're making a change in your career path, and other valuable lessons from Chris.

“You don't grow by hating parts of yourself. You grow by accepting them.” -- Chris Richards

Some topics that were discussed include:

  • Who is Chris Richards?
  • What does a criminal intelligence analyst do?
  • Chris’ transition from being in the military to becoming an “entrepreneur”
  • What is Amazon dropshipping?
  • The idea of easy wins
  • When Chris realised that there are no easy wins
  • How Chris’ business has been adjusting to the pandemic
  • How your body deals with fear
  • Chris’ mindset shift
  • Does society play a role in transforming yourself?
  • How to allow yourself to create more content
  • How do you ask for help in a positive way?

 

References & links mentioned:

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INTENT Podcast 017: Intent Returns

Intent Returns

Dear Listener, it's been a while hasn’t it?

In this episode, I talk about why I stopped uploading new episodes and what I’ve been during the “podcast hiatus.”

I like to try new things and keep things moving, so I’ve been doing a lot of things on the side. As of recording this, my main website, www.TegaDiegbe.com, seems a bit scattered in terms of content since I tend to talk about a lot of the things I’ve been trying out. 

One of the changes coming down the line is more clear messaging from me, so that people know me as ONE Tega as opposed to the Tega of many faces

As someone who doesn’t talk about himself that much, it was a big decision for me to focus on talking about just one specific thing that I do. Today, I’ll talk about why I want to be known as the “systems guy” and what this entails. This is the first of many solo episodes and I’d love for you to be on this new journey with me.

If I'm not engaged and entertained by doing the podcast, then I lose interest in doing it.” --  Tega Diegbe

Some topics that were discussed include:

  • Why I stopped
  • The idea of starting ugly
  • What to expect
  • Things I’ve been working on
  • Plans for my website
  • Sneak peek on my second website

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INTENT Podcast 016: Jono Poon

A Conversation between 2 Friends

This is a little bit different to the usual format of the podcast, Jono hosts a late night chat show and invited me as a guest. I enjoyed our conversation so much as it turns out I like to talk in the right situation and with the right people.

Jono is a long time friend and like me struggles to talk about what he does(in a professional sense. He shared an article with me about being a “full-stack digital marketer,” although he doesn’t want to be labeled as such. He loves providing solutions to fellow entrepreneurs and specialises in high-level inner performance and leadership. 

He isn’t just a full-stack digital marketer, he’s full-stacked on plenty other skills as well. 

As a British-born-Chinese, Jono has had a challenging childhood and was never used to being the centre of attention. That eventually changed when he decided to step into the limelight from the shadows to help people find themselves in both life and career. Now Jono is a proud public speaker and hosts his own podcast.

In today’s new style, we cover a range of interesting topics like stoicism, symbiotic relationships, and why we shouldn’t be using labels to identify each other. 

“If I want to see change, I’ve got to be the change.” - Jono Poon

Some topics that were discussed include:

  • Life updates during lockdown
  • Tega’s life in highschool
  • How to practice stoicism
  • What is self-awareness?
  • Symbiotic relationships 
  • What is a full-stack digital marketer?
  • The problem with labels
  • Jono’s childhood
  • How Jono feels about stepping into the limelight

References & links mentioned:

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INTENT Podcast 015: Shiggi Pakter

If you ask Shiggi what she does, she’d probably give you a very vague answer rather than going down the rabbithole of all the things that she actually does. In fact, she is so multifaceted that she has been called a “salted caramel space unicorn.” That name alone goes to show how interesting and talented of a person she is. 

Not only is Shiggi a talented DJ and editor of audiobooks, but she is also a personal trainer (but surprisingly dislikes gyms!). 

In this episode, Shiggi covers a variety of topics as colorful and diverse as the things she does for a living. She shares with us her journey to becoming the person she is today and why 2020 is the best year to think about your life and make the most out of it. 

“By being myself, that’s already leaving something positive in the world.” -- Shiggi Pakter

Some topics that were discussed include:

  • Who is Shiggi?
  • How Shiggi got into being a DJ and editing audiobooks
  • Why Shiggi hates gym but still chose to be a PT
  • Building self-confidence
  • The benefits of suffering short term to gain something in the long term
  • The problem with Social Media
  • Making the most out of 2020
  • Shiggi’’s one piece of advice on seeing the good in everything

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INTENT Podcast 014: Matt Murphy

Matt loves challenges. In fact, he loves challenges so much that he swam the English Channel (and is ready to take on more!). You could say that he’s fearless...within reason.

Professionally, he has also been a Personal Trainer for 20 years and eventually shifted to Web Development after getting kicked out by his landlord. Currently, Matt is part of Internet Fit Pro and helps build sites for fitness establishments and professionals. 

In this episode, Matt passionately shares his experience as a Personal Trainer, Web Developer, and (rather extreme) swimmer. We also tackle the mindset of a person who likes challenges and how he is able to face all of these challenges, willingly and fearlessly.

“Just deal with the thing that you’ve got to deal with right now, and not worry about what’s coming.”  -- Matt Murphy

Some topics that were discussed include:

  • Who is Matt and what does he do?
  • Matt’s shift from being a personal trainer to a web developer
  • The advantage of small, boutique-type gyms
  • Matt’s swimming experience on the English Channel
  • The importance of being present
  • What pushes Matt to undertake challenges
  • Tega’s skydiving experience
  • How to navigate through the “waiting” phase in business
  • How to do something outside of your comfort zone

References & links mentioned:

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INTENT Podcast 013: Stephen Somers

From humble beginnings in a Starbucks shop in Belfast, Stephen was eventually able to grow his business, Marketplace Superheroes, into 7-figures. Not only that, he currently owns and is an investor in several other companies as well and is looking at a $12-million revenue by the end of 2020. 

But funny enough, Stephen doesn’t really consider himself to be a businessman, but rather, a marketer. 

He strongly believes that the value in a business is not in the product or service itself, but in the actual marketing of it. This approach, together with his ability to find out what customers need, has taught him many valuable insights in business that he is currently teaching to others.

In today’s episode, Stephen talks about how he was able to grow multiple companies through being ethical, realistic, and self-aware. We get to learn more about Stephen’s unique and humble view in the world of business and why that has made him the successful entrepreneur he is today.

“That’s the big thing. Knowing what you’re good at, figuring out what you’re really good at, and being honest about what you’re really good at...and then designing your life and your business around those things.” -- Stephen Somers

Some topics that were discussed include:

  • How Stephen was able to grow his multiple businesses
  • The importance of building trust in your business
  • Why Stephen considers himself to be a marketer more than anything else
  • How Stephen’s businesses came to be
  • The biggest opportunities in every business right now
  • Ethics in business
  • Finding the line between being motivational but still realistic when marketing
  • How to set realistic but attractive expectations
  • Stephen balancing family and business life
  • Learning to say no to opportunities
  • How to make the most out of your time in life

References & links mentioned:

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INTENT Podcast 012: Joshua Koerpel

Joshua has a passion for engineering, Marketing, sailing the world, and going cross-country on his motorcycle called Genghis. His rather unique adventures have instilled in him the resiliency and confidence to excel in both life and business.

He is the founder of softwares like Funnel Mappy and Firebuilders.io which allow businesses to effectively manage their customers. And it was through Firebuilders.io that Joshua started his podcast Firebuilders Live to further inspire and educate coaches and consultants.

In today’s episode, Joshua covers an array of topics from how he started his software Funnel Mappy, to his life and learnings as a professional pirate. He talks about the importance of walking the talk and how his desire to help other people led him to starting his own podcast and trying many business ventures.

"Confidence for me is to act even though it's unknown." - Joshua Koerpel

Some topics that were discussed include:

  • Joshua’s life on the Key West
  • The origin of the Funnel Mappy software
  • How to turn a vague idea into reality
  • Finding the motivation after setbacks
  • Joshua’s learnings as a professional pirate
  • Building confidence faster
  • Joshua’s life on a boat in the middle of winter
  • Peoples’ struggles with funnels
  • The idea of “selling the sizzle and not the steak”
  • Why Joshua started his podcast Firebuilders Live
  • The importance of consistency in setting expectations
  • Life advice from Joshua

References & links mentioned:

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