How do you think AI is changing our businesses, and what exciting advancements or possibilities do you see for AI in the near future?
The worlds of e-commerce and AI are changing so fast, it sometimes feels impossible to keep up. Fortunately, Chad Rubin, Founder, and CEO of Profasee, is a renowned expert in e-commerce, Amazon, and leveraging AI strategies, and shares his massive knowledge with Meny on this special episode of Let’s Talk Business. Listen in as they talk about how Chad sold his business (and what you can learn from his experience), the opportunities and threats associated with ChatGPT and AI, whether you should start selling on Amazon and then move into other channels, the most effective way of differentiating your product on Amazon, and much more.
Is there a way to overcome the anxieties and lack of self-confidence that interfere with your business and your life, and prevent you from achieving your dreams?
Some people have expertise in business, some in psychology… and then there’s Mordechai Klein, LCSW-R, who combines various talents to create a unique approach to coaching in business and life. In this episode of Let’s Talk Business, Meny has a serious conversation with Mordechai about his theories of psychology and business, and how they intersect. Mordechai talks about the importance of systems, the idea that change occurs primarily in a person’s mindset, how to look forward instead of back, building self-confidence and crushing anxiety, and much more.
What do celebrations, festivals, holidays, and birthdays all have in common? It’s the food! During these times, we tend to eat (and overeat) foods (and lots of treats) that our bodies aren’t used to. Therefore we’re left feeling bloated, uncomfortable, and often unhappy with ourselves. What do we do then? This week, our guest is Isaac Schulman. Listen as he shares his personal story and experience in the Dr. Bo’s diet program. He explains not only how he achieved his target weight, but exactly how you can too. He also goes into detail about how his passion for Dr. Bo’s led him and his wife to actually buy out and grow the company together.
You turn on your phone, and are greeted by a most familiar message.
An alert flashes across the screen giving you the option to update to the new and improved version of some app or software. Just a tap of the screen and presto! It’s better than ever.
This routine has become so commonplace in our mobile-centric lives. Today’s hyper-paced world has reached dizzying levels of speeds, and software developers are constantly rolling out new updates, security fixes, and improvements to their products in order to keep pace.
While there’s not much to do on our end, in reality there is a lot of work that goes into creating these updates. There is updated code to write, bugs to fix, development, testing, split testing, tweaking, consumer feedback, and more testing. It’s an ongoing, meticulous process.
Much like the phones that (unfortunately) control our lives, we, too, require periodic updates.
I like posting inspirational quotes on my twitter feed. These quotes often give me a quick boost of enthusiasm and I enjoy passing along that feeling to others.
So it should come as no surprise that I recently posted the following line: “Far too many people have no idea what they can do, because all they’ve been told is what they can’t do.”
It did come as a surprise to me, though, when a prominent media publication reposted the above quote. While I was pleasantly amazed, I was also slightly perplexed. Why would they feel the need to repost a quote from Meny Hoffman? But after thinking about it for a few moments, the answer became obvious.