The Well-Fed Business Podcast: #7

As Dan Kennedy says, 'people are walking around with an umbilical chord in their hand, looking for somewhere to plug it in'.

And in today's episode of the Well-Fed Business podcast, the EBG dresses up in his best attire to dive deep into the meaning behind it, and how you, as a business owner, can become that power socket your clients are looking for.

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