Exclusive interview with Nick Unsworth, founder of “LifeOnFire” and the host of the “Life On Fire” podcast. Nick is a best selling author and serial entrepreneur that helps business leaders become the rock stars they’re meant to be. As CEO of Life on Fire, his mission is to inspire the masses to do what they love, relentlessly pursue their passion, and live “The Dream”.
Nick, ket’s kick this interview off with an interestingly weird fact about yourself.
There are so many but the weirdest is the fact that I have tiny lil’ third nipple.
More about Nick Unsworth
Nick was an Entrepreneur his whole life and recently pursued his dream of being happy and helping others. He’s always been on search for purpose. He’s been involved in Network marketing, real estate, internet marketing, etc. and after a 12 year journey he found it.
When Nick was 28 he had a company and started giving half of the gross revenue to charity. He realized how bad traditional marketing was broken which inspired him to learn internet marketing. He picked becoming a Facebook marketing expert modeling after Mari Smith. Being unable to pay the bills built pressure which forced him to kick major butt in business. This inspired him to write a letter to himself as if he already achieved his goal of selling his business in 2 years.
Nick, I was reading a recent article online that Forbes wrote about you… about your mother giving you a copy of the movie “The Secret” back in 2008 and this re-igniting the fire and passion inside of you to reach your goal of selling a business by the age of 30. And to solidify your commitment to your dream you tattooed a giant cross on your chest with the words “The Secret” written backwards so that it reminded you of your goal every morning when u looked in the mirror. This story resonates a lot with me because the Secret and discovering the Law of Attraction has also had a major impact in my life too. I’m interested in knowing more about this story.
Nick is in the process of getting his next tattoo which is his next goal, to break 7 figures with Life On Fire in 2015. This is Nick Unsworth goal setting on fire process bringing him awareness. He wants to be so bold and act so confidently that he believes it, that he will tattoo himself proving he has the guts to pursue his dream. It’s a level of conviction, not a question if he would but 100% guaranteed that he would.
Nick, can you share more about your Eternal Family Project non-profit in Honduras that recuses girls from dilapidated orphanages and adopts them into a home of love and nourishment.
Short story. Built friendship with guy form Honduras. His friend moved entire family to Honduras to help young girls begin abused and violated in poor conditions. Rehabilitating them with love. Saving girls form orphanages. Love, education and family rehabilitates them. They live in true poverty and have no money. The girls and boys don’t see sunlight until age 4. They children are literally being tortured. These kids don’t have a chance. Nick decided to do something about it, bought land in Honduras to build a center to rehabilitate these young girls and boys.
What changes have you seen in your life since giving back to this non profit in Central America?
Last year Nick cut a check to build a school in Guatemala to help them out. Out of 2014, he’s most proud of the Virtual Submit he did, with the goal to fund-raise to build a school in Guatemala. Givers gain in so many ways. Master money with confidence to give it away because it comes back in fruitful ways.
What’s your Facebook PPC marketing strategy?
Monthly promotions. Need to sell every month. spice up your topic. Go from FB ad to capturing lead to inviting them to a webinar. Then sell your offer at the end. The trick is do a different new promotion every single month.
What major changes have their been with advertising on Facebook over the past couple years and what changes can we expect to see in 2015?
Video is a hot trend that will continue and expect video to get more traction and views from an organic perspective.
Let’s pretend you had to start all over again as an entrepreneur and all you had to your name was $1,000 and a laptop computer, exactly what would you do to build your business?
Organize the sweetest networking event, pull in local leaders and spend all that budget to get people in the room and then he just teach something he’s good at providing them with massive value.
What’s a recommended book you would like to share?
What’s the best way for our listeners to connect with you?