Joe Kashurba grew the freelance web design business that he started in high school into a digital agency with a virtual team and clients around the world.
He went from building $300 websites to building $30,000 websites and managing 6-figure digital advertising budgets for some of the largest manufacturing and construction companies.
Joe now advises and mentors other freelance web designers and digital agency owners on how to develop and scale their businesses.
- Since Joe’s elementary days, entrepreneurship has always been in his blood.
- While everybody else wanted to be a doctor or an astronaut, he wanted to have his own cheese factory.
- Joe started his website business in his high school and college days.
- He went from building $300 websites to building $30,000 websites and managing 6-figure digital advertising budgets for some of the largest manufacturing and construction companies.
- Joe now advises and mentors freelance web designers and digital agency owners on how to develop and scale their businesses.
- Joe has been interviewed for numerous podcasts and talk radio shows including the Conscious Millionaire podcast and the School for Startups Radio show which is broadcast across the country on AM/FM radio.
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Show Notes Timestamps
[02:15] Victor welcomes and introduces Joe.
[02:41] Joe growing up.
[03:53] His academics.
[04:39] Joe’s growth in the startup world.
You need to understand what your clients need instead of just creating what’s in your head.
[05:21] His client acquisition.
[07:03] How Joe grew his team.
[08:50] Improved output with professional help.
[09:44] About his team.
[10:29] Joe’s lead generation strategy.
[10:55] His coaching programs.
Get marketing system in place.
[16:00] Getting bigger clients.
[19:43] The right mindset.
[21:17] Joe in two years’ time.
[22:25] His best and worst habit.
[26:06] How Joe’s day looks like.
[27:02] Books or resources he’d recommend.
Psycho-Cybernetics by Maxwell Maltz
If you’re going to do something you’ve never done before, you have to be a different person.
[30:29] Getting in touch.