David Ciccarelli: Why Being Intentional Is Key To Success
Being intentional is a discipline.
Not always easy in today’s world with so many distractions that can cause us to drift away from any and all good intentions! Yet being intentional can be the key to success for all entrepreneurs.
Nowhere can the power of this be seen more so than in the story of my guest today, David Ciccarelli.
A true entrepreneur at heart, starting his business Voices.com, the online marketplace that connects businesses with professional voice talent, as an idea on a napkin and turning it into a successful industry disruptor.
And it all began with the intention of building the place where the world finds its voice.
On this episode:
- How being intentional is a discipline and can be the key to success for entrepreneurs.
- How Voices.com started as an idea on a napkin and turned into a successful industry disruptor.
- Do you know what your SONIC identity is?
- Why a great domain name can transform your business.
- The real value of the right Voice.
- Little known ways to use audio to attract and delight clients.
- Why growth through acquisition is a very viable (and smart) option.
And much more!
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Funk Game Loop Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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