#22 – Meaghan & AJ Yager – Turning data into growth
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Meaghan and AJ Connell are business and life partners. Together they co-founded Praxis Metrics, a company committed to helping businesses grow by making better decisions from their data. The power couple shares with us how they scaled their business and their lives by being data-driven in every aspect of their lives, all while running their business remotely and traveling the world.

  • Show notes Meaghan & AJ Yager
  • 00:30 – Introduction Meaghan and AJ Yager.
  • 02:15 – How was your background and how you got together as a power couple?
  • 13:05 – Meaghan, what do you think is a great technique for selling encyclopedias in the modern age?
  • 16:48 – How did you meet?
  • 21:40 – When did you become a couple in business?
  • 23:15 – Tell us about these brain scans you had to understand how you think?
  • 30:05 – What are your top three advice for other couple entrepreneurs?
  • 32:45 – Are you a 24/7 business couple or do you take breaks?
  • 40:08 – Besides bioscans, what other unusual experiences did you have?
  • 47:20 – What does Praxis do for the clients you have?
  • 52:25 – Could you share some anecdote about a specific problem that you dealt with and found especially interesting?
  • 58:05 – What do the first few weeks of a customer with Praxis look like?
  • 01:03:00 – What are the three recurrent metrics that should be prioritized and they aren’t?
  • 01:10:23 – Where can people go to learn more about Praxis?
  • 01:10:55 – QUICK FIRE QUESTION ROUND
  • Any unusual drinking or eating habits?
  • How do you get yourself into a state of flow?
  • What habit or opinion you have that people tend to disagree with?
  • What nontraditional lesson would you teach at school?
  • What books had the biggest impact on your life?
  • How do the first 30 minutes of your day look like?
  • Any advice for your previous boss?
  • What do you do to get inspired?
  • How would you double US$ 5K in 24h?
  • What’s the best advice ever given to you?
  • What silly thing people should do more of?
  • Would you rather fight one horse sized duck or one hundred duck sized horses?
  • How would you convince someone to do something good that they didn’t want to do?
  • What makes you happiest?

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