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Talk with Dan Pena, super-successful entrepreneur

August 8th, 2010 Des Comments off

I first met Dan Pena back in 1995, having been very impressed by what I’d read and heard about him, via Robb Report, a magazine for the rich and affluent.

At very short notice, I attended his phenomenal one-week seminar at one of his homes, Guthrie Castle in Scotland.

In fact, Dan’s events have created substantial financial wealth for so many delegates, sometimes into the multiple millions of pounds (or dollars)

Part of his phenomenal track record in business is having started  a company with almost nothing, and building it to a value of over $400 million in just 8 years.

In this talk, recorded in August 2010, you’ll quickly learn:

  • How to make your business dream into a reality
  • The traits and characteristics of most high-performance people
  • How to expand your ‘comfort zone’
  • Why other successful people will want to help you achieve your dreams
  • That you’re judged with who you associate with
  • And much more

This mp3 audio lasts about 47 minutes, and you can listen to it or download it here:

www.danpena.com/interviews/des-vadgama-interviews-dan-pena

And find out more at Dan’s website: www.DanPena.com

How to get fast business growth

December 4th, 2009 Des Comments off

There are three main ways to achieve fast business growth for your existing company or start-up business.

In brief, they are:

1. A scalable business model, enabling you to access and use multiple marketing and distribution channels for your range of products or services. For example, using multiple marketing channels include: print advertising, joint ventures with list owners or managers, postcard mailings, targeted direct mail, on-line SEO and/or PPC marketing, affiliate-based marketing, etc.

2. An acquisitive business strategy, meaning buying or acquiring related businesses and companies in your niche or related sectors. For example, Dan Pena has an excellent range of products and business seminars, focused on specific commercial areas like: Deal Making and Acquisitions, Raising Capital and exponential business growth.

3. A commercial strategy driven by giving away a product or service. Some of the biggest business successes include: Hotmail giving away millions of free email addresses; social networking sites like Facebook building up over 350 million free profiles of their members.

I’ll be showing more detail soon about how you can get faster business growth for your company.