010 Pat Flynn: How Pat Went from Unemployed Architect Intern to Earning $60k a Month in Online Sales

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Today’s guest was listed by Forbes Magazine as one of the ten most transparent leaders in business and profiled in the New York Times as a case study in online business building. Pat Flynn is a bestselling author and recently released a new book “Let Go”, a memoir about his journey from an unemployed architect in 2008 to building an online business that now makes him $50,000 dollars a month.

Pat’s story intrigues me because it shows some of the potential of the internet, and how using the internet effectively can bring incredible success. In today’s interview Pat shares a few lessons about on-line business building that can be applied to architects. I hope you are able to pick up some information that fuels your success as an architect.

In this interview we discuss:

  1. How Pat’s architectural education has helped him in his current field
  2. How Pat makes over $50,000 each month
  3. What architects can do to meet their clients needs and expectations

This interview is on iTunes. Subscribe below, and don’t be selfish! If you know another architect who would benefit from watching this video, share away using the buttons to the left.

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Show Notes:

  1. Visit Pat’s website at PatFlynn.me
  2. Read more about Pat’s book Let Go at PatFlynn.me/letgo
  3. Read Pat’s Smart Passive Income blog.
  4. Link to Pat’s book on Amazon.com:

Transcript (scroll past transcript to leave a comment):

Enoch Sears
I am a licensed California architect who loves researching and sharing about running a great architecture business. I founded Business of Architecture to help solo architects and small firms run a better business so they can have the peace of mind to focus on creating great architecture.
Enoch Sears

@businessofarch

Solo architect? Get the work you want. Marketing and business info for architects. Author of 'Social Media for Architects, FREE download: http://t.co/tQnt6ENDxv
@KurtKalafsky Thanks Kurt for the RT! Have a great weekend. - 15 hours ago
Enoch Sears

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6 Responses to 010 Pat Flynn: How Pat Went from Unemployed Architect Intern to Earning $60k a Month in Online Sales

  1. http://twitterfollowersbooster.com July 30, 2013 at 10:00 am #

    Actually no matter if someone doesn’t understand after that its up to other people that they will help, so here it occurs.

  2. Mark Peterson June 22, 2013 at 7:32 am #

    Hi Enoch,
    I really enjoyed this interview. Its nice to see that Pat was able to make lemonade out of lemons. I (and alot of other architects) went through a very similar experience after being let go from a job where I worked alot of hours and was always eager to try and go the extra mile to market the firm to new clients. I like that Pat was honest about his experience but took that energy and made a new route for himself.

    Sometimes you just have to jump out there and make your own way.

    Thanks again for providing help to those of us running a firm.
    Mark
    www.paralinestudio.com

  3. Steven R June 18, 2013 at 12:54 pm #

    Excellent Interview Enoch. I am glad I have this resource now. It is very intriguing!

  4. José da Silva June 18, 2013 at 10:27 am #

    As always great interview. I have just shared your site on my FaceBook page at https://www.facebook.com/ArchitectdaSilva.

    I hope you keep up the good work and that get many more followers .

  5. George F June 18, 2013 at 9:20 am #

    Great interview. I’ve followed Pat for quite a while now and it’s great to see someone who has moved forward with no trace of bitterness for this field at all. I have seen too much of that over the years and I really have a lot of respect for Pat for his approach to challenges.

  6. Isabel Barros June 18, 2013 at 7:55 am #

    Excellent interview. Looking forward for the next one!

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