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Published on August 4th, 2011 | by treysmith

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Kicking Ass & Taking Names

Alright Ladies and Gents,

2 months ago I had a seminar in San Diego.  Over 400 people showed up and it was an absolutely AMAZING event.

This was my favorite presentation from the event.

It’s not about techniques or some formula I use… instead you’ll learn exactly how doing ONLY what I like makes me MORE money.

Check it out:

Talk soon,

Trey

 

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About the Author

Trey Smith is the founder of Kayabit, a game company with over 10,000,000 downloads on mobile devices, Secret Headquarters, Inc, a marketing company that teaches entrepreneurs how to build their businesses and L-System records, a house music label from San Diego, CA.



97 Responses to Kicking Ass & Taking Names

  1. Howard says:

    It is simple but to the point. Especially I enjoy the idea of using product, traffic, and sales delivery matrix. This really helps me to visualize the optimum strategy for my next project.

  2. Hi Trey,

    A great vid. You inspired me to make a yellow note with a highest priority project on it and attach it to my screen… Too many projects – this is my problem too, even though I’ve read Goldratts “Critical Chain” (have you?) and teach people the same thing: focus.

    I’ve yet to buy anything from you Trey, but hope to do so in the future :-)

    And about the “do not buy list” I 100% agree. Internet is anonymous and unpersonalizes and thus there are many assholes out there. We only want to do business with our friends, life is too short.

  3. Jon says:

    I found your advice very helpful, nice of you to share it with us.
    By the way, it would be nice to see some more stuff from this seminar, are you planning to so?

  4. Brian M* says:

    Trey, I’ve never had the pleasure of hearing you online before, but very much enjoying your opening talk. I have caught it late in the night and look forward to hearing the rest. It sounds awesome and thank you for sharing this. Brian aka Hackbridge WF

  5. Rosy says:

    Thanks you ! Trey.

    Full with valuable contents. Great !!!!

  6. Mike Horn says:

    Trey, Great content, man. This is worth watching over and over again. I will share this one with my friends. I am looking forward to succeeding by learning from you. Keep the great stuff coming.

  7. Ken says:

    Great stuff Trey… Thanks again!

  8. Thanks Trey, I am a big fan of you, I got inspired with your work, thanks for sharing this

  9. Gail says:

    You’re right Trey “Cool Stuff”

  10. Neil Basford says:

    Trey, Thanks for a great informative session on kicking ass and making money. Love your style and approach to business.

    What is the magic liquor you are holding in your hand ?

    Regards Neil

  11. Thomas says:

    Very good training and advise. Thanks!

  12. Mitch Chase says:

    Great video! I’m sorry that I missed the event. It’s really cool that you’re sharing that info and giving us lots of value. I will make it a point to attend your next event.

  13. Antistress says:

    Ol’ Cousin Trey, I learned a lot lot lot.

    Thanks for posting this,

    from Berlin, Germany
    Tim

  14. Gail L says:

    Love your spunk Trey! Thanks for all the great tips!

  15. Tim Webster says:

    Aside from a powerful, energetic presentation and wonderfully delivered content, I gotta say..

    Nice shirt. Seriously. I gotta get my shirts made since ‘Bean Pole’ is not a popular size, and I always take notice of someone who enjoys properly fitting clothing. =)

    But other than that, I like your style. This’ll be my first time visiting the blog here, but ‘outsource the rest’ is something I totally agree with.

    Problem is (and I’ll admit, I didn’t get *all the way through the video* so I apologize if I’ve missed this) – How do I start paying for outsourcing when I have very little income coming in? It’s tough for me, personally, to justify sending off cash to pay someone when I’m just getting started myself. Thoughts on overcoming this mindset?

  16. kaz says:

    Cool video and solid advice Trey thanks for sharing.

  17. Bharat says:

    Killer content but what I like MOST about this vid is the quality of it…

  18. Luke Kellett says:

    Great video Trey!

    10 days per app/game sounds like a colossal effort, is this just the development phase (not including prototyping, music, sounds, graphics etc).

    Or is that 10 days from start to finish, I’d love to know how you condense the time so well?

  19. J Alabi says:

    Trey, I wanna be like you when I grow up :)

    Thank you!

  20. Solopreneur says:

    That was the best 48 minutes I’ve ever spent online! That was really premium stuff. Thanks for sharing all your successes and failures so we can learn what not to do and what to do!

  21. As soon as you said ingredient #2.. Tada List as home page: DING DING.. I did it! Thanks!

  22. Trey,

    The content on this video is AMAZING! So each to watch all the way through too. I really liked the 3-column exercise you gave for filtering through project creation. Great stuff :)

    Thanks so much,
    Matthew Cluff

  23. RS Clough says:

    nice, I forgot that i forgot, good points that makes perfect sense.

  24. RS Clough says:

    Good stuff, makes great business sense, got me motivated.

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  27. David says:

    Trey awesome sit! I discovered it from app shortcut. I just had to say that you remind me of a young Jeff Bridges. Your videos are inspiring man.

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