Josh Pocock Story

About Josh Pocock

Josh has been an entrepreneur for many years working in sales and marketing all his life. When Josh started his full-service marketing agency a few years ago he was a generalist cold calling and cold emailing any niche, selling any service from Facebook ads to SEO and website design. Like many entrepreneurs, this didn’t work out well because he was juggling too many different clients in different industries and he had no proven system to convert clients on demand. At first he tried hiring agencies and β€˜experts to help him get more clients but the ROI was nonexistent. Josh tried everything until he stumbled upon LinkedIn; a goldmine. He spend years learning everything on how to set up a fully automated client acquisition machine leveraging LinkedIn. It worked so well for Josh that his clients started asking for it and it soon became his bread & butter service. He then turned his system into a comprehensible mentorship program to ensure his clients get the long-term results they need while maintaining their sovereignty. Josh quickly was able to scale his business and help his clients scale using LinkedIn and the completely NEW way of prospecting that no one talks about. Want to learn more about our proprietary system here at Executive Stride? Click the button below to apply!

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Josh Pocock and Executive Stride

1.

Early Days

As a kid, I wanted to play hockey. In the NHL. I loved the game, so building habits of daily practice and persistence was easy. When a hockey career didn’t happen, I was crushed. It took a minute to recalibrate, but when I did, I knew I didn't want to live life working for others or be dependent on anyone else for my success. I wanted to be an entrepreneur.

1.

Early Days

As a kid, I wanted to play hockey. In the NHL. I loved the game, so building habits of daily practice and persistence was easy. When a hockey career didn’t happen, I was crushed. It took a minute to recalibrate, but when I did, I knew I didn't want to live life working for others or be dependent on anyone else for my success. I wanted to be an entrepreneur.

2.

Door-to-Door Sales

Started door-to-door sales at 16 - I liked the uncapped income potential. Plus, I wanted to learn how to Sell. Working 12-14 hr days for a month, and closing zero deals was tough. Then things clicked. Soon my sales were ranked number 1 at the company, and over the next year I grew the company’s top performing sales team. I thought I was β€˜rich’. Made a bunch of money very young and wasn’t smart with it. Had cool toys. Forgot about taxes Accumulated debt.

2.

Door-to-Door Sales

Started door-to-door sales at 16 - I liked the uncapped income potential. Plus, I wanted to learn how to Sell. Working 12-14 hr days for a month, and closing zero deals was tough. Then things clicked. Soon my sales were ranked number 1 at the company, and over the next year I grew the company’s top performing sales team. I thought I was β€˜rich’. Made a bunch of money very young and wasn’t smart with it. Had cool toys. Forgot about taxes Accumulated debt.

3.

Started Online Business

Got into online marketing & ecommerce to level up my skills and build a more portable business not reliant on door-to-door grind. Started several ecommerce stores and learned tons about paid ads, websites, SEO, etc. Networking with entrepreneurs, I saw how much I could help other owners strategically grow their businesses. I realized my accrued skill set now offered massive value. So I launched Utopian Marketing - a full service digital marketing agency in Toronto, Canada.

3.

Started Online Business

Got into online marketing & ecommerce to level up my skills and build a more portable business not reliant on door-to-door grind. Started several ecommerce stores and learned tons about paid ads, websites, SEO, etc. Networking with entrepreneurs, I saw how much I could help other owners strategically grow their businesses. I realized my accrued skill set now offered massive value. So I launched Utopian Marketing - a full service digital marketing agency in Toronto, Canada.

4.

Struggled To Scale

Didn’t take long for the marketing agency to generate a decent income - but β€˜decent’ was never the objective. Utopian had reached a plateau; I was a generalist cold calling and cold emailing any niche, selling any service from Facebook ads to SEO and website design. I was juggling too many different clients in different niches and hadn't fully systematized and automated my services for either client acq