EntHead: High Ticket Sales Advice| For Entrepreneurs, Coaches, & Consultants | To Increase Quality, Value, & High Ticket Sales

10 Minute Daily Show, by Dr. Matthew D. Gonzalez, Chief Enthead - 'The High Ticket Sales Advisor'! Enthead Provides: • High Ticket Growth Resources, • For Professionals who want to increase knowledge to attract high paying clients, • By Entrepreneurs with highly valued fees, • So that you and your organization can generate high ticket sales!
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EntHead: High Ticket Sales Advice| For Entrepreneurs, Coaches, & Consultants | To Increase Quality, Value, & High Ticket Sales



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Oct 20, 2016

The Sustainable Business Model business model is reviewed as the third of our 5 part series of Five Trending Business Models for today's businesses. We analyze the Sustainable business model from the perspectives of the consumers who care about,  both form and function, based on research and 'green' efforts. The value/cost/revenue part of the model includes:

  • Value: Green status
  • Cost: Research
  • Revenue: Giving, Non-profit, and Grants

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Oct 19, 2016


The Foreverism business model is reviewed as the second of our 5 part series of Five Trending Business Models for today's businesses. We analyze the Foreverism business model from the perspectives of the consumers and businesses monetizing on conversations, lifestyles, products, services, etc. that are never done. The value/cost/revenue part of the model includes:

  • Value: Creating Stickiness
  • Cost: Customer acquisition and media platform to host
  • Revenue: Reoccuring advertisement

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Oct 18, 2016

The Utility business model is reviewed as the first of our 5 part series of Five Trending Business Models for today's businesses. We analyze the Utility business model from the perspectives of the utility or “on-demand” model is based on metering usage, or a “pay as you go” approach. The value/cost/revenue part of the model includes:

  • Value: Minimalist approach/Self sustaining
  • Cost: Branding/Marketing/Infrastructure
  • Revenue: Low Price, high volume

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Oct 17, 2016

A definition and overall conceptual framework for what a Business Model model is to an organization is discussed, to include:

  • Design of operations,
  • Design of Revenues,
  • Design of Product/Service focus,
  • Design of the Customer Base,
  • and Design of Financing.

This episode sets up the next 5 episodes for the week were we'll discuss 1 new business model per day that are each timely and relavent for your growth!


Oct 14, 2016

In episode 052: we discuss the skills necessary for entrepreneurs to work on as they grow in line with business growth. These skills include, but are not limited to:

  • Socializing and marketing
  • Technical
  • Financing and Investment
  • Operations (six sigma)
  • Strategy
Oct 13, 2016

In episode 051: Lenders vs. Investors, we review if there really is a difference anymore in what a lender vs. investor looks for in a business. We discuss:

1. Management team
2. Business Plan: vision
3. Both: revenue and perhaps profitability
4. Realistic Growth plan
5. Can you control expenses?
6. Make smart investments?

Oct 12, 2016

After 50 podcast episodes of interviews and self reflections regarding entrepreneurilism, we review the Top 5 Most Commonly discussed items from our interviewees:

  1. Solve a Problem
  2. Do the job correctly (quality)
  3. Build and Earn Trust
  4. Change with Technology
  5. You can't do it alone


Oct 11, 2016

In Episode 49, Enthead discusses Building an Audience through Podcasting where we discuss:

  1. Technology integration (libsyn, email (mailchimp), web host, skype, etc.)
  2. Be ready for not everyone to be interested
  3. Recording with other forms of social media
  4. Have Interviewees share their interview
  5. Market to your face to face clients and potential clients
Oct 10, 2016

Eric Sachs, CEO of Sachs Marketing Group, discusses how he fell into business, how he grew it, and shares some of his successes and lessons learned, to include:

  • Business Planning
  • Trends in Digital Marketing over the next 12 months
  • Tools and Processes to promote Growth
  • Lessons learned in running a business.


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Oct 7, 2016

Dr. Matthew D. Gonzalez discusses some initial lessons learned from his interviews with his entrepreneurs regarding:

  • Solving a problem as a common theme amongst interviewees
  • Discuss the solution from the client's perspective in solving a problem
  • Outline how the solution provides value (qualitative and quantitative)
  • Differentiate and price accordingly
  • It's all been done...thus you must innovate at least 10% better!


Oct 6, 2016

Dr. Matthew D. Gonzalez discusses why one should partner and learn from your competition, to include:

  • Professionalism and image
  • Improving the quality of the service/product
  • Pricing the product/service based on the market
  • Customer Input on your organization vs. their perception of the competition
  • Industry relations that matter!


Oct 5, 2016

Pay-Per-Click means that your organization should:

  • Have a hook, call to action, and treating people intelligently
  • Mistakes clients have made in the past
  • Trends and the evolution of PPC
  • Tools that help him run his business
  • Entrepreneurial lessons learned regarding hiring a business coach


Oct 4, 2016

A major aspect of social and digital media is the growing aspect of video. Daniel Testolini discusses:

  • Statistics on use of video
  • Strategies to plan marketing efforts with video
  • Ensuring video is not an afterthought
  • Trends in digital video marketing
  • Tools/techniques that have helped her in her business
Oct 3, 2016

Solene Pignet discusses Social Entrepreneurship from a different lens, to include:

  • Planning for sustainability
  • Strategizing social endeavors (not as an afterthought)
  • Techniques to help plan in your business
  • Case study of successful clients who perform alternative entrepreneurship
Sep 30, 2016

Chief Enthead, Matthew D. Gonzalez, reviews growing internationally and the lessons learned that entrepreneurs can perform, to include:

  • Knowing the culture and building relationships and relying upon cultural knowledge
  • Customizing products/services/marketing to a different culture
  • Expectations from the customer, then work the product/service backwards
  • Logistic knowledge (mail, shipping, payments, taxes, etc.)
  • Operational changes
  • Marketing to include search engine optimization



Sep 29, 2016

In Enthead's first face to face podcast interview, niching down in a recession includes:

  • How one strategizes in the pet industry in a niched environment
  • Listening to clients, solve a problem, and ABC (always be closing)
  • Growth resources to review in a niched environment
  • Listening and paying attention to competitors to grow
  • Marketing in a niched business
Sep 28, 2016

Enthead interviews professional and experienced blogger Julie Neidlinger to discuss:

What strategies entrepreneurs and business owners should know before starting

  • Trends in blogging with proficiency
  • Monetizing success rates from blogging
  • Creating, building, and growing traffic
  • Rules of thumb regarding blogging
  • Tools and techniques Julie uses to blog!



Sep 27, 2016

In this first, Dr. Matthew D. Gonzalez (Chief Enthead) discusses the purpose of Enthead along with his business experiences, to include:

  • The internal drive of an entrepreneur
  • How a for profit can move into non profit endeavors
  • Solving a social problem
  • Accounting and Legal discussions
  • Tools and Techniques using Fiverr
  • National Diversity Council
  • Worst habits and best successes!
Sep 26, 2016

In the working world of running a business requires building a training plan for yourself and your business, to include:

  • Formal vs. informal education
  • Continual self training
  • Networking, social gathering, and look for speakers
  • Fulfill gaps that you're unaware of in terms of your own knowledge
  • Learn something new that you feel is innovative and worth your time!
Sep 23, 2016

Getting on a preferred list is one step, but the next and ultimate step is to get the prospective customer to:

  • Contact You
  • Buy into You
  • Assess your products/services
  • Differentiate yourself through proper portrayal
  • Align your company with those who most likely will utilize your organization


Sep 22, 2016

New products and services are the lifeblood of every organization. We unveil:

  • The AIDA model
  • What can be done to appeal to existing and new consumers
  • Fulfill the gap between research and what the market desires
  • Create Desire vs. creation of an actual sales funnel
  • Tools that your buyers want to decide upon product/service offerings
Sep 21, 2016

The 'tween' stage from a problem to measuring it are the categories that you decide can be measured. A discussion on the following examples include:

  • Qualitative vs. quantitative metrics to decide if a product/service worked
  • Perform Surveys vs. questionnaires
  • Assess Likes vs. Dislikes
  • Adjust the product/service based on satisfaction levels


Sep 20, 2016

Lauren Gaggioli unveils the Sexy vs. Unsexy Side of Entrepreneurialism to include:

  • How she serves and targets families as one buyer
  • Migrating a business entirely from face-to-face to online
  • Building systems/processes to help replicate and build your business
  • Continuing to use the unsexy side of past experiences to create sexy sides of business!
Sep 20, 2016

Social entrepreneur and veteran Podcaster Nathan Webster tackles the tough questions regarding running a business with a cause. In this interview, Nathan unveils:

  • Social Good to provide a community service
  • International impact
  • Long term planning with deeper roots
  • Planning a social arm of an organization
  • Best practices to remain Sustainable
  • Relationships are everything
  • Go for who you know, like, and trust!




Sep 16, 2016

Pro Podcaster and financial analyst Joshua Sheets discusses:

  • Growing pain concepts in terms of establishing technical financial practices
  • Creating and choosing a framework based on which financial framework is best for business owners
  • Building finances through tools and techniques based on the business context
  • Growing a legacy vs. lifestyle business
  • 3 financial lessons learned for entrepreneurs!



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