Utilizing Multiple Sources to Increase Sales

Utilizing Multiple Sources to Increase Sales

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Welcome to Mr. Biz radio, Biz. Talk for Biz owners. If you're ready to stop faking the funk and take your business onward and upward, this show is for you. And now here's Mr. Biz, Ken Wentworth.


All Right, welcome to another episode of Mr. Biz Radio. With me Mr. Biz Ken Wentworth. And for those watching, we got an in-studio guest. Third one ever. Third one ever. We're gonna talk this week about a bunch of different things. Our guest this week has just launched a new company. We're gonna talk about that and the process he went through to make that happen. And part of that was his area of expertise in the past, social media, marketing, sales, catching that low line fruit, things like that. So we're gonna talk about that. But our guest this week is Mr. Mike Brendus, who I have known for probably 15 years. I wanna say something like that. He is a service connected Disabled U US Air Force veteran. He has 30 plus years of experience in sales, and he started when he was like five which includes retail, b2b, and b2c.


His most recent business venture is selling filters for AC and furnace, which are made in the usa. And he's focused on competitive pricing for the end user business model is centered around giving back to those that gave us so much for our freedom veterans in need. Mike, welcome to Mr. Biz Radio. Thanks. Glad to be here. Yeah. Yeah. So literally again, I've known Mike forever, and he just launched this company. And I, we started talking about that and I'm like, you should come on the show. You really should come on the show. And we, we happened to have someone, we were booked out pretty far out, and someone rescheduled a show, and I'm like, Mike, can you come on next week? And he is like, let's do it. <Laugh>. And he lives local here to where, where we're at. So that's why he's in studio.


But I guess before we dive into all that, Mike, tell us a little bit about sort of your entrepreneurial journey and again, being a veteran and everything like that.


So this is not my first opportunity at being an entrepreneur. I've done it, I sold apparel for 11 years. I went out as an independent contractor, had a couple lines. I, it got to the point where I was in four states. I was traveling so much living in hotel rooms and stuff. It it, when you have a kid that wears on you, right? Sure. Yeah. And then I met somebody through LinkedIn that found me and I sold software. And being local, I sold software for seven years. You know, skip, Stringfield, skip. Yep. And did that for seven years and went on to then be a consultant because what we were doing there is we were streamlining people's process from phone call to invoice and actually tying it directly to QuickBooks so it would eliminate that double data entry.


And you were constantly talking to business people that had their model. And you'd learn different industries that, you know, from H V A C to plumbers to septic, to, you know, just about anything that landscapers, I think you guys have the landscapers. Any truck that would go out to somebody's house, we would try to get the paperwork orders away from 'em. So that's where I think that really where you got to understand the business model that so many people were doing that made it so easy to then be able to convey and do something on my own. And I went with the company out of the UK and launched them into the north north American market, and then the pandemic hit and things, you know, sort of took people like me and put 'em on the back burner for a while. Yeah. And when you sort of gotta find your way back, it's not like something that just happens again.


And I don't think that people realize that during the pandemic how many people that were self-employed, but just one person that was bringing in their monetary income from, you know, doing sales processes. No one really wanted to have somebody consult them on sales when they furloughed all their sales reps. Right, right. <Laugh>. Right. So, yeah. Yeah. Well, I guess, Mike, so first of all, again with you being a veteran, thank you for service. Of course. What are some things you learned as a veteran that you apply now to not only launching this company, but even in your career with sales and marketing and things? I, I would tell you the number one thing that even in the military, you embraced the grind. It's constantly a grind each day. I can't remember who said this really the other day I posted it on Facebook or LinkedIn, and he says, you know, he's a jiujitsu martial arts, m m a guy too.


But each day the clock goes to zero, right? So when you wake up, you know, the day before what you did or didn't do, the clock's at zero today. So it's constant. You gotta, you gotta put in the same effort, if not more each day and embrace that grind showing up on time. The military does all those things to ingrain that into you, that what would make you successful, being on time, making sure you're doing your daily work. I never I had a guy recently that I watched on a lot of, I watch a lot of content from entrepreneurs. And the guy talks about the, the boy, the fox, the mole, the, the boy, the horse, the fox, the mole, the book. And he talks about the what set him on the right path. His terms is the boy gets lost.


They're, they're in the woods, they're in a storm, and he's the horse. He's riding the horse. And the hor the boy says, I, I can't see my way. And the horse says, well, can you see your next step? And he goes, yes, I can. He goes, well, then just take that. So I think that what you gotta realize, no matter what you're doing, even me launching the filter company, you can't just, oh, say, oh, I want to be at a million dollars. And then you get all clustered with all the stuff that you need to do. You just gotta focus on your next step. So I always did in sales, and I've always had this mentality, if I succeed on a daily basis and try to succeed on a daily basis, instead of looking at the week, the month, the quarter, the year, they all take care of themselves if you're honest and true to yourself on a daily basis.


Yeah. And so what I'm hearing a lot is consistency. Correct. Discipline, perseverance. I mean, those three things popped out of what you just said. I mean, correct. It just really popped out. And that's one of the things, I mean, I'm, I don't wanna turn this completely into this, but and anyone who watches the show or listens to the show knows that I'm very pro veteran. I'm not a veteran of myself. I've got veterans in my family. I've always supported veteran causes. And so those are some of the things that I think a lot of people overlook when they're, when they've got new people they need to hire. And like, looking for people, anyone who's a a military veteran has those, that skillset, they've already got those things ingrained them. They were forced to, you didn't have a choice, <laugh>. Yeah. That that is true.


It's un totally different than the the public or private sector. When you're in the Air Force, you sign a contract for four years, and that's not a contract that you can easily break. Right. So it's not like I can just say, okay, I'm done. I'm gonna quit and go on to something else. Yeah. It's, it's much different. So, and it, there is no negotiation on those. But I think that if you want to be an entrepreneur or business owner, or even somebody that wants to be successful in sales, if you don't have those three traits, you're gonna have a tough road. And you're gonna find out, well, I gotta figure out how to be more persistent. I gotta figure out how to be more consistent. It's not like I woke up one day and said, okay, I know how to be consistent on a daily basis.


You learn each day and you learn how you can be better. And the things that we have now with ai, it makes things so much quicker in technology. The way you can actually mass distribute emails and text messages, ringless voicemails to where you're not constantly pounding. Like back in the old day, you had to pick up the phone and that was the only way you could get ahold of people or send out a mailer and stuff like that. Right? Right. So today you can actually reach 500 people at a push of a button and then call the people that you wanna make sure you get ahold of, but try to get your phone to ring in to where you're constantly having, taking calls instead of making calls. You know? And that way you, I always strive for 10 quality conversations a day. If I had 10 quality conversations a day, my week, my month, my quarter are gonna take care of themselves.


Yeah. I mean, it goes back to what you're talking about. Just take that next step. Correct. You know, just take that next step. Yeah. I mean, and I, I don't want to, I don't want to sound like I'm being negative about a college education. You know, I, I went to college and everything, but some of those things you learn as a veteran are not a choice. You have to learn, you have to do them. As a college student, I can decide, I don't wanna go to class today and I don't have to go <laugh>. Right. I mean, it's negotiable, then I just don't show up. Right. And when you're in the military, you're showing up every day whether you want to or not, whether you're hungover, whether you feel like crap, it doesn't matter. You're gonna show up. So again, this week we're talking Mr. Mike Brendus. We're gonna hit a break here. We're gonna come back, we're gonna find out more about Freedom Filter Company than he just launched recently. We'll get the Mr. Biz tip of the week and we'll keep talking with Mike.


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All right, welcome back to the show. It is time for Mr. Biz's tip of the week. This one is simple and short. It's actually a quote from someone I've mentioned many times on the show in the past Mr. Grant Cardone. And when I first heard him say this, I thought, this is kind of self-serving, but the more you think about it the quote from him is, best known beats best product every time. Now, he went on to explain this. He said, you know, I don't mean you have some crappy product and you know, you, you, you're pushing some crappy product down people's throats, and oh my gosh, you just keep pushing, keep pushing, keep pushing. And he's kind of a pushy sales guy. I I, I, I'm sure he would admit that as well, but it's more so think about this.


You know, even for myself, when the pandemic was going on, you had all these businesses failing. I started to think about it like some someone's business who failed in Idaho, that I may have been able to help stay afloat, but they don't know who the heck I am. I wasn't known. I don't, they don't know who I am. So they didn't even know to reach out to say, Hey, can you help me? I'm having these struggles, these cash flow problems, whatever it might be in my business. And because they didn't know me, they couldn't reach out. And I may have been able to help them stay afloat, you know, thrive in their business, et cetera. So that's kind of what he's getting at, is you gotta get out there, you gotta get known. And coincidentally, we're gonna talk about that with Mike with social media and things like that.


What's super, super important. So that is the Mr. Biz tip of the week, a quote from Grant Cardone. So Mike, let's talk about, let's shift gears a little bit and talk about freedom filter companies. So first of all how did this come about? So, I know you've done a lot of different things. You talked about some of that stuff, but how did this specific idea and this this product launch come about? You know I have a network of friends that, that are entrepreneurs, and I think that that's important that people understand is have who you have around you sure. Will dictate your success as well. So I, for years now, I've been very successful in sales, but no matter how much success I had, I always felt there was a void and I couldn't figure out what it was. You know, and I'm a happy person, but there was something that wasn't, you know, that made me, you know, really ecstatic.


And so I had a friend that's he's the wizard behind the curtains. Like I, like I try to say, yeah. And he bought a filter company based out of Boca Raton, Florida. They were doing 500 million a year, I mean, not 500 million, 500,000 a year mm-hmm. <Affirmative>, so half a million. And they did no marketing whatsoever. And they had a lock in pretty much the Florida area. He purchased the company and he's very good at scaling and getting things to be able to double triple. And he does that for businesses. And so he said, instead of dealing with other clients, because he got tired of giving advice, then the client wouldn't take the advice. Right. And I know that. And he, and he had a lot of weight on the results that was driven from it. That's how he got paid, was getting a certain percentage of that profit that he drew him up.


And if they didn't wanna listen to him, so he felt it was better for him to go out and purchase a company where he could do it himself, then he didn't have to have anybody else not take his advice. Right. And then he came to me and he's like, Mike, he goes, we've done some things in the past. We did some real estate ventures and stuff like that. And he goes, what do you think about launching a company directed towards veterans? And I said, I love it. So then we started coming up with a concept, you know, that for every filter purchased, they would portion of that would go through the veterans in need and get a filter purchased. I recently talked to somebody that's warrior Horse. What they do is they match a horse up to the veteran that has suffer suffering from P T S D.


And instead of committing suicide, there's a connection with a horse that you can't have anywhere else. Like, you know, you, you got a dog, but there's a difference with a horse. Yeah. You have to maintain the horse. The horse becomes so much connected to you, and it's really saving lives of veterans. You know, 22 veterans commit suicide a day. And so that's been, was really important. So it's almost like it's filling that void that I had missing mm-hmm. <Affirmative> and I can give back to those that could serve me, as well as me being a brother and sister, all the veterans out there. So that was important. And so now I have something, and you said Grant Cardone was sort of a pushy salesperson. I look at it as he's a persuasive, passionate person, <laugh>, and somebody, somebody might take it as being pushy. It's cuz in your head you just can't comprehend the fact that somebody wouldn't want your service so it doesn't radiate with you.


Sure. And so when they, we always say in sales when somebody tells you no or gives you an objection, they're just saying, not yet. And that's the way you have to take it. And I think it's the same way with anything that we do. What's important to us in life, what we feel is important is this, you gotta sometimes find a different way to approach an individual or have different, you know, verbiage or whatnot that might, they might understand and radiate with them. And then that's why a true dedicated salesperson never gives up, never stops being persuasive, you know, or, you know, persistent. Persistent. Yeah. You know, so it, so I look at it that way and it's, it's worked out great so far with me. I'm connecting with more veterans. Like I said, I reach out to Warrior Horse today. So I think we're gonna try to find a way different to give to them than we would many other people because what they only have is a stable, they don't have a bunch of AC units with air filters.


Right. And so they just have in units and and wind units. And so I'm gonna figure out a way to give back to him. And he told me about an event September 12th through the 15th. I'll probably be going down this Shreveport, Louisiana to visit Warrior Horse and be a volunteer for those days Yeah. To help out in that situation. So I find ways to give back to those. I I think Gary V says this a lot, that when you're trying to build a business that try to find a way that you can give your value, your services for free, and then you'll, you'll find out how much comes back to you. Right. And it's just so much easier for me to give to veterans because I walked in those boots. Sure. Literally. Yeah. Literally. Yeah. Yeah. Well, and you know, you mentioned the, the 22 Veterans a Day.


You know, that's one of the things that, you know, Mike and I have said, we've known each other for 15 years a few years back when that whole thing was going around the 22 pushups a day for 22 straight days in honor of, of the 22 veterans who, who, who commit suicide every day. And I remember some of the creative ways that we <laugh> we were doing, we were doing our pushups and, and, and trying to, I I put music behind mine and I would wear different shirts and to promote different things and for other people. And so it was interesting that I remember seeing some of yours too. Oh, that's the thing about today's day with technology and creating content that your message doesn't have to be serious all the time. Find a way that you're gonna reach a few more likes.


Get the number one thing is interaction. Right. Engagement. Yeah. Yeah. So, you know, even when I'm on Facebook doing marketplace ads listings, and I have like 36 out there and pulling in, there's a lot of fake people out there that just want to get your information. Well, you know, I enjoy that banner because I know it's engagement and it's jacking their algorithm. Right. So, right, right. I don't really, it doesn't bother me. I don't get upset over it. And so that the, the old saying is, there's no bad pr. Right? Right. So having somebody make a negative comment, alls you have to do is return. We all make mistakes. It's how you handle mistakes in business is what separates you from having a customer for life or losing a customer for life. So when somebody makes a negative comment, you know, take it for what it's worth, reply in a manner that says, well, I'm sorry that you, you feel that way.


And I wish that we could do something to fix it and try to find a way to maybe might be able to reengage that person for later on. And so, I, I don't see any negative and anybody making a negative comment on Facebook or number one thing is the comment. So if you just hit the like button, you're really not doing much. If you hit the comment and make a comment. Now, somebody might respond, you're creating more content for that person, that post and that, you know, just anybody's regular post. But when you're talking about actually trying to sell something, the more engagement you get, the better off you are. Oh yeah. A hundred percent. A hundred percent. Watch you give the website. So it's freedomfilterco.com We'll put it in the show notes as well. We're gonna come, we're gonna hit a break here. We're gonna come back, we're gonna get pick Mike's brain a little bit about with some of his expertise that we've, we've kind of touched on a little bit in the past. I might have a couple more questions about Freedom Filter Company as well. So come back after the break on Mr. Biz Radio.


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Yeah, that's all right. Welcome back to Mr. Biz Radio with me, Mr. Biz Ken Wentworth and Mr. Mike Brandes. You caught us there. We were, we were chatting during the break as usually happens with us talking and, and everything. And talking about a bunch of different things. But, you know, chatG P T and all that stuff, how crazy that is. And, and oh my gosh, just the innovations of that. We're gonna get into some of that as well because I want to pick your brain a little bit, Mike, on some of your experience with that in as far as, you know, utilizing various resources as you've done in sales in some of the different companies you've done. I know you've been involved with some real estate stuff as well. But using those various resources to, you know, some of the things like you, you touched on with the Gary V and, and engagement and social media and things like that. What are some things you've seen recently? Cause I know you've done a lot of research here recently, especially with launching Freedom Filter Company.


Well, we're very lean, you know, it's just me and sales and alls we're doing is driving to the website. So I have the Bill s the, the wizard behind the curtain, and he has a team that he's got in place for his consulting work to where they built the site. So that's all taken care of. So it was my job to create content. And when you talk about creating content, like I said, I don't think there's anything negative that you can ever do in terms of content. And, you know, my granted, you know, you don't go on there and just, you know, rant and stuff like that, <laugh>. But when you, I I, you gotta find different ways to reach people.


So I, I do some funny reels, try to do some things that are funny. I try to do some things that are serious. And I think that Gary v says that you gotta be consistent in multiple platforms and then multiple times on each platform per week, if not daily, on each platform with a different message. Maybe the more content out there, the better. And I think you should know, I know this, you know it because you got Mr. Biz, Mr. Biz Nation. Yeah. Mr. Biz Solutions <laugh>. So you have to do that. And I, you don't have to, but if you wanna be successful quicker, right? Yeah, you have to do that. So one of the things that you can do now is using chat G T P, is to go out there and have it write you a five minute script. Take that five minute script and go and put it on speech Toy Speechy will keep speechy will create you a audio file that you can then take into in video and put it and load it up. And then it'll create a video for you that has already some graphics in there. And then if you want to actually have a face to it, you can go to movie Movieo LA and have that video created to have somebody there. And within five minutes you can create a YouTube video that you can put out there daily with a different message just telling chat GTP what you want to be the message that, that day. So whether it's me wanting to talk about clean air and how clean air, a clean air filter will help your H V A C system, you know, longevity mm-hmm. <Affirmative>, the better air quality in the house and numerous other benefits that happen. So it's real easy to, to do multiple different scripts. And just having, when you brainstorm, I, I sometimes I'll, I'll be driving and all of a sudden something will hit me, then you can take that and put it in there and have a script.


So it's so much easier. And I think the pandemic taught us this, that as entrepreneurs and people that want to be in business, we have to find ways to become lean and be able to be a profit for ourselves and create value for ourselves. You gotta be more masterful in other areas. And when it comes to marketing, I really don't see too many negative things that you can do. And having too much content is not one of 'em <laugh>. Right. Well, it's interesting what you mentioned earlier. So I did a video I don't know, maybe two or three weeks ago about I was, I, I was getting a lot of feedback and I was having conversations with people about this whole student loan debt relief. I, I saw it and I, I, you know, I feel pretty strongly about it and, but I didn't wanna just have like a rant piece.


I wanted to say, Hey, you know what? I think it's a mistake, but here's what, here's why I think it's a mistake. And here I think are the alternatives. And so not just, not just creating a problem, but here's some alternative solutions. I did one earlier today that we'll be releasing here soon about the recent four day work week. My thoughts on that mistake. Anyway that's a, a clue. But, but not only that, but why and the impact I think it'll have and some texture contextual aspects of it. And then here's some alternatives. Right? And so anyway, the student loan debt relief, I put that out there and a lot of people didn't like that, in my opinion, which is fine. Like you're talking about, it's not necessarily bad. But the interesting thing is, I had people coming to my defense without me saying a word.


Like before I would even see some of these comments, people were like, you're, you're an idiot because of this or whatever. You don't know this. Or, and then I got people who follow me who like me, who are like, no, no, you are the idiot because he said this. You know? And you're like, yes. And like you said, driving engagement up and you know, and, and that building that tribe too, right? So yeah. So even when you have that engagement to where people were debating that gets that, that video more, more clicks, more eyeballs. And that's the number one thing you're trying to do is get more eyeballs on your message. And whether it's your website that you're trying to sell and give back to veterans in need. That's what my next goal is, is to find, I'm going into Facebook groups. I've already connected and I, you can't really market in some of these groups, but what you can do is veterans helping veterans.


Mm-Hmm. <affirmative> is, I can actually put a post in there because of the fact I am helping veterans. Sure. So them purchasing will do it and they, they will allow me to add that content there and I'll be able to get that out to the market group that I think that's gonna really buy in to what the whole message is from our website and buy in H V A C filters or furnace filters at a competitive price that's much cheaper than the big box stores, Amazon free shipping. And then every filter that's purchased goes back to a veteran in need. Well, it's interesting you say that. So I, you know, again, like I said, I'm very pro vetter. I went right when the pandemic first hit, I said, I wanna find 10 veteran business owners that are struggling and might need some help. And I hold 'em for free.


So I go to a bunch of these Facebook groups, but I'm not a veteran. So I think just the natural tendency is like, like, what's this guy trying to sell? We don't wanna let him in the group. He's not even one of, he's not one of us. He's not. And I'm like, no, no, no. I'm not gonna like blow you up marketing crap. I'm not gonna post a bunch of junk. I'm literally, I'm gonna, here's what I'm gonna post. I said, I'll send you the video. You can tell me whether there's, I want, I'm looking for 10 veterans. I can help. I'll hope for free cost you nothing. I just wanna help some veterans not lose their business or do better in their business. You know, I'll help 'em for six months, a year, whatever it takes. And you know, again, a lot of these groups, cuz like I said, a lot of the stuff gets super spammy and people are just blasting you and they're trying to sell, sell, sell, sell sells.


Like, I wasn't trying to sell anything. I just want to help people. And even then again, I think mainly because I wasn't, I'm not part of that brotherhood of, of not not being a veteran. And I even said, I'm like, I listed out, I'm like, here are all the people in my family that are veterans <laugh>. Right. You know, trying to fit in. But there were some of the groups that were like, no, we're good. You gotta be a veteran to be in this group. Which I respect. But it's, it was interesting con to see how that all played out when I was just trying to help, you know being part of some of those groups. So, but I, I, I mean I love that concept of, you know, you again, Gary v you gotta create a ton of content. Grant Cardone going back to him, he showed this at one of his events.


He showed, and it was a, he had had a graph and it was his social media following and layered on top of that was the revenue from his company. And they were like in lockstep with each other, there's no doubt. Lockstep with each other. And that's when he came up with that, the tip for this week is he said, that's best known beats the best product. I use the example all the time McDonald's, everyone knows McDonald's globally. Does, is McDonald's popular cuz they got the best hamburgers? Absolutely not. They might have the best fries, but that's beside the point. They're terrible for you. But, but it's not cuz they had the best product. They're hamburgers are at best mediocre. Right? There's plenty of other places got better hamburgers, but McDonald's, I, I, I did a video on this a long time ago, how many hamburgers they sell every freaking day because they're, because they're the best known product.


It's crazy. So one of the things that, you know, get on the social media that you can do right now for free is creating reels. Video does so much better than just absolutely pictures. Mm-Hmm. <affirmative> and text. If you're just doing text posts, that's not a content. No. You're not creating content. And, but what's great about the reels is once you start having engagement, they have sales analytics behind it that are all for free. You don't normally have to pay for that. Yeah. And now you get that when you become a digital creator. So I think that doing reels on Facebook, just start there. Yeah. The, the video stuff's big. I, I, I, I did a hundred videos a couple years ago and that's when things really took off for me. So again, Mike Brendus, we're out of time here, Mike, but I really appreciate you coming on freedomfilterco.com 2. Like I said, we'll put it in the notes as well. But thanks a lot, Mike. Thank you. Have a great day. Yeah, yeah. Great. awesome singing to have you on. Guys, thanks for watching. Thanks for listening. Have a great weekend. Don't forget as always, cash flow is king.


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