In the final episode for 2019, Troy looks over the past year and celebrates milestones both within and outside the walls of the podcast studio. But that’s not all. He recaps the top 10 episodes of the WP Elevation podcast along with all the really cool resources and insights that came out of them.
Want to give your brain and business a major workout one more time before the year ends? Give this episode a listen or check out the shownotes below.
There’s been a lot brewing behind the scenes at WP Elevation this year, starting with the team responsible for bringing you everything you see here.
WP Elevation welcomed the following team members in 2019:
In addition to helping to bring the new recording studio to life, these new team members have and will continue to be an integral part of WP Elevation’s mission to provide all clients, users, followers and passersby with a great experience.
WP Elevation was all over the globe this year.
Melbourne (and Santa Monica) for the Agency Accelerator event. Mental health professionals Dr. Sherry Walling and Dr. Joanne Dennison joined these events to talk about entrepreneurship and mental health.
London for Lee Jackson’s Agency Transformation Live event where Troy was the keynote speaker.
Three new courses joined the WP Elevation Blueprint this year:
High Ticket Sales Funnels with Dave Foy.
Content Strategy Blueprint with Dana Malstaff.
Facebook Ads Accelerator with Kim Barrett — which is on sale now.
WP Elevation moved into a new office space and got a serious upgrade to its studio this year. Check out the last few episodes of the podcast and you’ll get to see the new digs!
From January to December, these are Troy’s favourite episodes of 2019. If you missed them the first time around, now’s a good time to catch up!
Matthew Averkamp introduces us to Launch Party, a free three-day challenge that teaches WordPress newbies how to build a website over a single weekend.
This is the story of how the financial crisis could’ve devastated Miles Becker’s life and career. Instead, it was his resilience and desperation during this time that led him down a path of greater success.
While you’ll hear a bit about Kate Toon’s professional journey, this episode is also chock-full of indispensable SEO tips and tool recommendations.
The CMO of Kinsta WordPress hosting discusses the company’s unique approach to growing their business: 100% organic content marketing.
James Schramko of SuperFastBusiness discusses the challenges of managing a remote team and how he’s managed to counteract them in his own business. As Troy points out, one of the keys to success is by delegating outcomes to team members; not just tasks.
Troy was incredibly busy in London. Not only was he the keynote at Agency Transformation Live, but he filmed a course and episode of the podcast with Dave Foy. Whether or not you’ve taken the High Ticket Sales Funnels course yet, this episode is worth listening to for the introduction to sales funnels.
This isn’t just a success story from an Elevator. This episode offers a great lesson on how to leverage recurring revenue so you can live your dream life every day.
This is another one of those episodes that was filmed while WP Elevation was on the road. This one takes place in California where Dana Malstaff was a guest speaker as well as co-host of the new Content Strategy Blueprint course. This episode digs a little deeper into the secrets of content marketing success.
Kim Barrett of Your Social Voice and co-creator of the Facebook Ads Accelerator course really does know the keys to business success. He has a great relationship with Facebook, has run events for Gary V. and interviewed Gary Cardone. Learn more about his entrepreneurial journey here.
Oh, and if you sign up for the pre-sale of the Facebook Ads Accelerator course, you’ll get access to a bonus mini-course he created as well.
This episode features Annie Wright, a licensed psychotherapist, coach and entrepreneur. She talks to Troy about the importance of positive self-talk and how it can rewire your brain.
As the episode winds down, Troy teases a bit of what’s to come for WP Elevation in 2020. While he doesn’t get into specifics, he does mention there’s be more content, courses, podcasts and maybe even some plugins.
Why the vagueness? Well, that’s because a lot of this is still in the works… and he wants you to let them know what you want to see more of. Here’s how you can do that:
Log onto Facebook and join the Digital Mavericks group (that is, if you aren’t already). Once you’re granted access, Troy wants you to first say hi and let everyone know who you are.
Answer the following three questions in the Facebook group:
And if you want to start taking steps towards achieving your own goals in 2020, why not come out to one of WP Elevation’s events?
Troy and the team will be in San Diego in February for the Mavericks Club event. If you’re interested in attending, you can get more information on it here or send an email to [email protected] with the subject line: “Maverick”.
Happy holidays, and we’ll talk to you all again in 2020!