Replication, Rebellion & Revenue Leaks with Clair Kim

Replication, Rebellion & Revenue Leaks with Clair Kim

Replication, Rebellion & Revenue Leaks with Clair Kim

Clair Kim is a business architect, millennial expert, and social media influencer. She has consulted with over 250+ companies of all stages (from ideation to exit, from no revenue to 10 figures) internationally.In today’s episode, Clair and Monique are talking about her personal brand as a musician ranked amongst the top 5% of online influencers via Klout in 2015. As well, her frameworks helped companies to increase their revenue by up to 1000% while decreasing their workload by 60%. And in the process, she’s been featured on The Today Show, Forbes, Huffington Post, Huffington Post, Addicted2Success, and more. When Clair is not geeking out on business-related things, you can find her living her stage life as a musician, or surfing through YouTube for puppy videos - and that's exactly what Monique and Clair will do in today's episode


[01:41] – Monique introduces her guest, Clair Kim.


[03:08] – Tell everyone what you’re doing who you are, where you from.

  • I am based in Canada.
  • I’m a principal consultant at Clairly Designed and what we do at Clairly Designed is conscious companies come to us when they’re ready to maximize their growth potential. 


[04:15] – Clair explains what talent and revenue leaks are all about.


[24:42] – How did you find your first clients and how did you make things work?

  • Just go online.
  • Pretty much all those places online where I knew people will be hiring for these part-time or freelancers. 


[33:50] – You mentioned you have Asian parents. Tell me a little bit about where they’re from originally.

  • They are South Koreans.


[34:42] – Clair talks about her family and their business.


[38:29] – Tell me a little bit about your music career.

  • When it comes to establishing a musician, brand per se, It didn’t really happen until I was about 20 years old.


[43:43] – So what would you say is your music genre, more pop, or anything specific?

  • It’s going to be pop acoustic sort of a thing.


[45:39] – How are you managing your business, consulting, music, puppies, and unicorns as well as food all at once?

  • Food is non-negotiable. 
  • My golden rule, I don’t want to starve. 
  • Based on how I work I found that at once I sit down I don’t like getting up.
  • I like to schedule things on my productivity and my priorities and stuff like that.


[52:43] – What is one question that you wish corporations or business owners would ask you more?

  • “How can we recruit the right people in the first place that is not going to fly off six months after they get the job.”


[57:35] – What does efficiency mean to you?

  • Things are done in the most optimized and minimum distraction kind of way.


[58:29] –  If you had to start over again with the knowledge that you have today, which three things would you do over and over again to get back up to success again?

  • Business structuring activities.
  • Working on that lead generation aspect.
  • Tuning and optimizing the results creation and client services fulfillment.


Only hire people that you know are going to be extremely dedicated to your organization.

Clair Kim

Whatever you’re doing side projects and so on, or even if they seem to be in a complete different industry find a way to tie it back together.

Clair Kim

Efficiency means things are getting done in the most optimized way and with minimum distraction.

Clair Kim

Webtraffic, Win – Win & Wealth-Building with Immy Tariq

Webtraffic, Win – Win & Wealth-Building with Immy Tariq

Webtraffic, Win - Win & Wealth-Building with Immy Tariq

Imran Tariq more commonly known as Immy Tariq is a multiple #1 best selling author as well as being named as one of the top 20 entrepreneurs by Forbes and a world-renowned SEO for Fox News. Imran has been a sought after guest expert on CNN, CNBC, Bravo, A&E, and many other media outlets and is a contributor to Business Insider Entrepreneur, The Today Show. In today's episode Monique & Immy will talk about how to acquire a company & scale it fast, why SEO is key to fast growth and what entrepreneurs completely miss out on these days.


[01:41] – Monique introduces her guest, Immy Tariq.


[02:26] – Tell us a little about what you’re actually doing and who you are?

  • I call myself a connector and networker.


[02:49] – How many businesses do you have right now?

    • I got six online companies. 


[03:05] – Where are you exactly right now?

      • In Florida.

[03:15] – Tell me a little bit about London.

      • It’s cold. It’s miserable and has high taxes.

      [03:41] – When did you leave London and why?

      • I left London in 2015.

      [04:12] – Tell us a little bit about how you are connecting people.

    • I try to stay in the shadows. I like to be in the background.

    [05:39] – How you got started to figuring out your way up to where you are right now?

    • When my dad died. I had to figure out a way to get make money.

    [08:53] – What did you do as a 12-year-old in London then?

  • I became a wizard.

[11:06] – How was the time for you when you left the UK and move to the US?

  • I moved to Indiana first, they’ve been very racist.

    [14:53] –  How do you look at what type of company to buy, where to buy them from & how to make the deal?

    • What I like to do when I’m buying companies is to look for recession-proof companies.


    [16:50] – What would you say are entrepreneurs doing wrong in their journey to success or what are they not doing?

    • Your environment is what determines your success.

      [17:58] – Why do you think there is such a big lack of clarity?

    • The first thing I will say is, it comes from a place of a lack of self-love.

      [21:36] – What do you think is something else that these days entrepreneurs are not doing?

    • They are not focused.

      [32:41] – What does efficiency mean to you?

    • So efficiency is about getting lots of good stuff for me.

      [33:05] – Which would be the three things that you would keep repeating in order to get to success again?

    • Sales
    • Good publicity
    • Focused on clarity






    Your environment is what determines your success

    Immy Tariq

    You have no choice but to be accountable to yourself.

    Immy Tariq

    Finances, Fun & Freedom with Ben McAdam

    Finances, Fun & Freedom with Ben McAdam

    Finances, Fun & Freedom with Ben McAdam

    Finances, Fun & Freedom - how do these fit together you may ask? Monique & Ben will explore how these 3 counterintuitive things can all fit into your life and business when you bring efficiency into the game. Learn the best tips & strategies today from Ben who is a profit coach, virtual CFO & entrepreneur helping business owners earn more profit. Most of his clients went from red to over $100k profit per year, from one phone call with him.


     [1:14] – Monique introduces her guest Mr. Ben McAdam from Sydney Australia.


     [1:54] – What are you actually doing for entrepreneurs out there?

    ·    I’m a profit Coach, advisor, coaching kind of a role.

    ·    I help business owners who run six or seven-figure businesses and they looking to grow and earn more.


    [2:44] – Can you give us a little professional background?

    ·    I studied at the Sydney Conservatory of Music for a year and a half doing a music education degree after I finished high school.

    ·    The book “Rich dad poor dad” actually helped me with my own business.


    [9:58] – What does efficiency mean to you?

    ·    Being efficient with the things you put on your to-do list, removing the things that aren’t necessary.

    ·    Only do the things that really need to be done.


    [20:24] – What are the steps that take you away from “I don’t want to be out there”?

    ·    I just go chat with people, they noticed how hopeful I am and that’s kind of like my “baby steps”.

    ·    Helping more and more people, and then I’d get referrals, and that requires me to put myself out there.

    ·    I said to myself, all right, Ben, it’s time to stop avoiding marketing.

    ·    It was 10 or 15 times I was putting myself there over a whole year.


    [26:02] – Ben talks about being a brave business owner and continue to push himself out of the comfort zone.

    [27:00] – Monique discusses how to raise awareness for yourself and to be in tune with your emotions.

    [29:26] – Ben describes the type of people he talks to.

    [32:44] – Monique and Ben explain what is the Kaizen principle was all about.

    [34:18] – Monique explains how progress works. (sometimes people looking for big wins rather than a slow movement.)

    [39:01] – What are those steps that worked for you and you would repeat over and over again.

    ·    focus on what you’re uncomfortable to do.

    ·    get better at pushing through that uncomfortable feeling because that’s where your success element eliminates things that you don’t actually need to do.




    [03:20] – Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki

    [10:07] – The 4-hour workweek by Tim Ferris


    Do the uncomfortable things that need to be done

    Ben McAdam

    Be happy if it takes you a while to get past those things

    Ben McAdam

    Get rid of the stuff You really shouldn’t be doing, it’s a waste of your time. Like get rid of the busyness and focus on being productive
    Ben McAdam