The online education space may seem saturated…the opportunity long past. Not so, says my guest Jonathan Cronstedt, President of Kajabi.
He maintains that thanks to two recent trends, there is a ready-to-buy audience in just about every niche.
A growing market, plus today’s technology, means it’s never been easier for anybody, from any background, to profit from what they know.
“JCron” also explains how to form a productive relationship between a company and a consultant.
Sometimes there can be friction when an outsider comes in. But he has strategies for collaboration that produces amazing outcomes.
You’ll also learn…
- Ways to leverage “hyper-individualism” to break into new markets
- The key differences between start-up and scale-up
- Why simple information isn’t enough when “selling” knowledge
- Tips for avoiding the paralysis of micro-management
- The answer to every entrepreneur’s hardest question
- And more
Listen to Steve Gordon and Jcron now…
00:11 Today Steve speaks with Jonathan Cronstedt, better know as “jcron”. A dangerously dedicated executive strategist and president of Kajabi.
01:31 Jonathan explains how he ended up in Digital Marketing when he first started out in mortgage financing before the crash.
04:40 Jonathan talks about how, why and when to seek help when moving from startup to scale in your business.
08:14 Jonathan explains the different types of situations he faces when he is brought in to help a business
12:25 When Jonathan is brought in to a company, he is not looking for center stage.
16:10 Jcron talks about the future, how the information age failed us and how the knowledge will save us.
19:25 Jcron address the issue of information saturation in the market.
23:03 Jcron explains how you shouldn’t believe it when somewhen tells you a certain trendline is finished
27:05 Jcron talks about the innovative things he’s seeing in video learning.
30:34 Jcron talks about the different types of people who have information that could be released online.
34:42 Jcron tells us how best to get in contact with him.