James Schramko on Domain Domination & Why He Fired His Boss!

Taking the first step towards freedom and being your own boss is both daunting and scary – everyone who quits their job goes through it.

It is usually worth it though – working on your own terms can be one of the most rewarding, exciting and satisfying feelings in the world.

And it also gives you full control of how much money you take home at he end of the month, not to mention more time having fun with your friends and family!

The first step is the most important one and in this audio interview James Schramko explains how and why he made the huge life changing decision to give up a $300k salary (with 2 executive company cars, fuel card, travel abroad etc) and fire his boss!

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Although his cushy job gave him a nice lifestyle James explains how it didn’t give him the security he needed to sleep well at night. He had $1million of mortgage/loan debt, was constantly fretting about whether his job was safe (or not) and being controlled by employers was making him unhappy and miserable. Sound familiar?

He explains how having all your eggs in one basket – which is ultimately under someone else’s control (i.e. relying on your job) is a very risky business.

James wanted to plan his exit to precision and make sure he had a second income before he made his move so when his first information product launched and was netting him $1000 a day he knew the time had come.

Click here to listen how he did it:

He is now totally debt free, earns 7 figures annually, lives in a beautiful beach front home in Australia, spends lots of time with his family, has totally outsourced his life and works when he wants.

He walks the walk and is living the dream.

James is currently heavily involved in domain name acquisitions (he bought 300 in the last week alone!) and is building a huge online empire using his Domaining /Internet Marketing knowledge combined with his massive outsourcing power and during this interview he talks about his short term and long term strategies.

If you’re looking to quit your job or build an online empire then press play sit back and be prepared to be inspired!


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  • Hi Kenny and Mark. Fantastic episode with really valuable content. Good job you cut lunch short! So many great ideas to try out. Thanks for the content.

    • Hey Peter, glad you enjoyed it, I know I got some golden nuggets from Mark’s Linkedin hacks.

    • Thanks Peter, I’m glad you enjoyed it.

  • This is a very informative one on one interview. Linkedin is the best social media site to use when starting out a business. Marketers and businessmen roam around Linkedin in order to gather leads and prospects. Linkedin is an amazing social media site. Won’t have a hard time on targeting prospects and getting leads. This article gave many ideas to try on Linkedin. Thank you for this post Kenny! And for interviewing Mr. Linkedin, Mark ☺

  • John Mellberg

    With happy clients I found it helpful to perform a follow up call making sure all is well. I then ask why they decided to do business with me. Once they given their positive answer, I then ask if they would be willing to pick of the phone and share their experience with me with someone who would benefit from my widget or services. If they don’t offer that persons follow up contact info, I then ask for it directly. Works for me :)

  • woodbeans

    Was bullet point #4 removed or just skipped?

  • Caz Mulcahy

    Would you ever use ‘campaign’ in your press release/ website to describe a corporate hospitality event or is that just language to refer to it internally?