Ever heard of School of Bots?
If you haven’t, you’re about to remember that name.
In this episode, Kyle Willis shares his own journey to entrepreneurship, how the partnership for School of Bots was formed, the growing pains and lessons in starting this business and how they overcame that, and a whole lot more.
We then delve into what really makes School of Bots unique, how they can help you start your own bot agency, and the support each students gets.
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For Kyle Willis, the journey began from washing cars in Newport Beach, California to having found hugely successful mentors who took him under their wing to teach him everything to be successful in business.
He was on his way to being financially comfortable at a fairly young age, but he wanted to do more than just be an employee.
After hearing Zuckerberg speak about chatbots at the F8 Conference, he co-founded Ineffable Marketing and School of Bots – one of today’s leading Chatbot Marketing Agency and Chatbot Schools – with Natasha Takahashi. Listen to episode TMM020 where I interview with Natasha.
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[03:39] Kyle’s feeling about voice bots
[10:00] Kyle’s entrepreneurship journey
[20:40] How he and Nastasha Takahasi (co-founder) formed the partnership for School of Bots
[22:56] What do people get in School of Bots that’s unique
[29:03] Building and managing bots vs running School of Bots
[31:00] Learnings from the growing pains of running his own start-up bot agency
[34:20] Advice for selling bots to get your first paying client
[40:32] How they help a wide range of learning styles
[47:25] The purpose of the 20 Mile March Podcast
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