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Jun 7, 2019

In this episode, Devi chats with Wade Galt of The 4-Day Work Week Entrepreneur Podcast.  Wade helps people create the LIFE, LIFESTYLE & LEGACY they most desire.

4-Day Work Week Academy was founded with the goal of inspiring 4,444,444 people to implement a 4-Day Work Week.

Pulling from 15 years experience as a productive employee and over 15 years as a software company founder & owner, corporate consultant, sales process implementation coach, accountability expert, recruiter of superstar talent, provider of mental health counseling (psychology) services, life coach and 4-day entrepreneur - Wade teaches others to create the life they most desire personally & professionally.

Employees, Entrepreneurs & Business Owners seek his help to create a sustainable 4-Day Work Week lifestyle.

Others benefit from the personal growth insights in Wade's books on life coaching, parenting & spirituality.

Insurance Agency Owners follow his strategies for sales process implementation plus recruiting & accountability enforcement.

Wade has a Bachelor's Degree in Marketing from Auburn University, a Master's Degree in Mental Health Counseling Psychology from Nova Southeastern University, and has earned the CLU & CPCU professional insurance industry designations. He also successfully qualified to be a Certified Integrative (Life) Coach with the Ford Institute.

Wade is married and lives happily with his wife, two children & dog.

Wade practices (and enjoys) what he preaches and works a 4-day work week over 90% of the time.

Devi and Wade discuss:

  • Wade’s journey as a podcaster
  • Why Wade started podcasting
  • Wade's 4-Day work week podcast
  • Creating your podcast from Video content
  • How Wade developed his team for podcast production
  • Learning your process first before delegating to others
  • Having a virtual assistant for your podcast
  • The role of a virtual assistant in your business
  • Sharing opportunities with other
  • Recognizing your limitations
  • Watching your clients grow
  • Helping your team members to grow better
  • The ideal budget for having a team
  • Tips on having a virtual assistant
  • Tips on recording and podcast production
  • Doing it "your way"
  • Being creative with your podcast
  • Useful tools and equipment for your podcast production
  • Seeing your podcast as a 10-year journey
  • Believing in your work and your podcast

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