As a thought leader in strategic marketing and customer loyalty, Noah helps clients dramatically and rapidly increase sales, multiply profits, and maximize customer value.
He is the trusted source for coaching and consulting to thousands of owners, executives, and individuals.
Noah is the author of the Amazon #1 bestselling book: EVERGREEN: Cultivate The Enduring Customer Loyalty That Keeps Your Business Thriving.
Noah is an expert blogger for Fast Company Magazine, and a regular contributor to The Globe and Mail’s Report on the Business Section.
Noah has been routinely quoted and mentioned in publications like Forbes, The New York Times, and more.
Interestingly weird fact?
I live in a very small town in Ontario Canada away from any major city in a town of 20,000 people.
For fun my biggest passion is fly fishing for carp.
How did your journey as an entrepreneur all begin?
I always had the entrepreneurial bug, making things and selling things from a very early age.
Found a job at university.
First day I had a gut feeling I made a huge mistake, I strayed away form my path of entrepreneurship.
Got a corporate marketing job.
Made a deal with my wife that if I can make what my job was paying me for 6 months or more my wife said she would support me.
Months went by and I left my job.
I started building a customer list and putting out valuable information then launched an online community that was really successful, had up to 700 members at one point.
Then decided wanted to do bigger and better things.
Consulting, mentoring and coaching for small businesses and entrepreneurs, written book, speaking all over the place.
Big Reason Why?
Amazing, fantastic fun and amazing father.
My dad always said, “Write your own paycheck.”
Biggest Temporary Defeat?
My biggest setback was straining from this path.
What’s the Vision of Noah Fleming look like for the future?
I invest a lot in my own growth, my own coaching, my own mastermind groups and I wanna continue to do that and grow.
Real wealth is discretionary time, the ability to do what I want, when I want where I want, then I’m a happy camper.
Best Entrepreneurial Advice?
Trust to invest in yourself.
Favorite Success Quote?
“Write your own paycheck and figure out how you can do that.”
Top Recommended Book?
Linchpin – by Seth Godin
If all you had to your name was $1k and a laptop computer how would you jump start your business?
Knowing your ideal customer and find out where they are.
Spend $600 on a nice suite, $300 on plane ticket, spend some time getting to know people, networking, try to have some interesting convos.
Best way to connect with you?
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