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The Story Engine Podcast: Where we teach you how to make marketing easier, more powerful and fun through storytelling. Each week we learn from top entrepreneurs, influencers and world-changers on how to share your story through content, copywriting, speaking and how to make your story your most powerful marketing tool.

Apr 27, 2021

On today’s episode, Brady Patterson is joining us. Brady is an expert in creating reliable, repeatable, convenient, and powerful systems to build relationships with other entrepreneurs, other companies, and other collaborators and use them to successfully grow businesses.  He is the master at all of the tiny details that go into building a relationship like this and turning it into a successful business venture.  If done correctly this can create a big injection of cash flow, new followers, and subscribers to your list.  But for these joint ventures to really succeed, a great deal of communication, clarity, and systems need to be established to make sure everybody’s on the same page, everybody’s clear, and everybody does what they have committed to.  

Brady Patterson is a multiple best-selling author, survival trainer, and international rodeo champion. He has worked with Fortune 500 companies like Shell, BP, Husky Oil, and Suncor. As a survival and leadership trainer, he has worked with Les Stroud (Discovery Channel’s Survivorman), the cast of The History Channel’s “Alone”, and the Global Bushcraft Symposium, the largest conference in the industry. Brady helped grow the Entrepreneurs International Network from 10,000 members in 4 cities to over 150,000 members in 31 cities and 5 countries. Currently, he is the Director of Strategic Partnerships of the #1 Joint Venture network for coaches and consultants, where he teaches entrepreneurs how to build a solid referral network for their business, where to find those partners, and how to generate 6 and even 7 figures through cultivating authentic relationships at the JV Insider Circle. 

In This Episode:

  • Focus on the things you are really great at and handle off those other tasks.  
  • Every single action you take in your business is going to trigger follow-up steps. When it comes to joint ventures it starts by following up the call with a quick recap of the conversation.
  • Always look at how you can support the other person first and then that opens up all the other doors.  
  • And so much more!!!

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