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SPI 056: LinkedIn, Likability and Leveraging Your Affiliates with Lewis Howes

By Pat Flynn on

In this session of The Smart Passive Income Podcast, by special request, we’re bringing back a guest that I’ve had on the show before. Several people have asked me to bring back many of our previous guests, such as Dane Maxwell from Podcast Session #46, which was the most downloaded SPI Podcast to date. I do plan to bring him back, along with some of the students from his training program that are doing some phenomenal things.

Today, however, I’m happy to welcome back a great friend of mine and a great friend of the SPI community, Lewis Howes from LewisHowes.com.

Lewis is doing some amazing things right now in his life and business. In this session, we talk about many different topics; from LinkedIn, to affiliate marketing, relationship building and even his role as a member of an Olympic team!

It’s as if we were just chillin’ together at a cafe having coffee, which actually did happen last month. :)

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If you liked this episode, be sure to let Lewis know on Twitter here.

Thank you all for checking out this session of the SPI podcast, and finally, if you haven’t done so already I would love if you took a minute to leave a quick rating and review of the podcast on iTunes by clicking on the link below! It would be extremely helpful for the show!

Thanks again, and all the best!

Cheers! :)

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