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Making Bank with Conscious Capitalism with Guest David Valentine

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Karen Rands

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Using Conscious Capitalism philosophy and unconventional marketing approaches, David Valentine, CEO & Founder of Avadel Agency, was able to rapidly grow his 7 businesses by investing money into his people. David's businesses  have generated over a billion dollars collectively for over 1000 clients, including major brands and fortune 100 companies, and positioned him to be able to invest $3Million into companies this year alone.  David is a great example of Compassionate Capitalism and Conscious Capitalism all blended into ONE.  He joins Karen on The Compassionate Capitalist Show to share his perspective on growing businesses and generating massive revenue that you can bank.

Key Take Aways:
1.  Why investing in your employees leads to massive revenue
2.  Why businesses should prioritize excellent marketing to become 'visible' to their target customers
3.  What is David's BIG BOLD goal and why you should have one too

David is making his educational video series "7 Modules to Revolutionize Your Sales Approach" free to the listeners of this podcast.   Visit http://davevalentine.co for access.
To learn more about Avadel Agency and their Outrageous Offer visit: https://avadel.agency/

Karen Rands, is the leader of the Compassionate Capitalist Movement™ and author of the best selling financial investment primer: Inside Secrets to Angel Investing.  She is an authority on creating wealth through investing and building successful businesses that can scale and exit rich.  Visit http://Kugarand.com to learn how to hire her firm to identify the red flags of deal before you invest or try to raise capital.

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