Justin Lukasavige
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  • Woodland Park, CO
  • United States

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Justin Lukasavige's Discussions

Need Wordpress Storefront

Started this discussion. Last reply by Roman Geber Feb 18, 2013. 8 Replies

Need a branding person to lead classes

Started this discussion. Last reply by jimmy thomas Dec 6, 2013. 50 Replies

Need a T-shirt designed and printed

Started this discussion. Last reply by Justin Lukasavige Aug 17, 2011. 17 Replies


Helping Businesses do Business Better

Profile Information

How did you hear about 48Days.NET, and what do you hope to get out of being a part of this community?
I love helping coaches grow their businesses and this is a great place to do it.
What is your current work situation? Employee, self-employed, generating any income on your own?
Radio show host, author, owner of Lukas Coaching.

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And then...what is your goal/dream for your work life?
My goal is to help others become coaches and business owners and grow their businesses to six figures or more.
How about your personal life? Any specific goals or achievements or dreams you are pursuing (or want to pursue)?
I want my relationship with my wife and children to be the best it can be. In my eyes, every day should be better than the day before (with some obvious stumbling blocks along the way).
What would you say are your strongest talents? How are you 'wired' and what can you offer to the world (it's OK if you don't know yet, but knowing is key to pursuing your dreams!)?
I have a gift for listening to friends, family and clients to help them not only identify and plan their dreams and goals, but also to reach them!
Do you have a website presence anywhere?
Are you interested in finding a better job, starting a business, growing your current business, writing a book, blogging, podcasting, coaching, speaking, sales & marketing, or something else?
If you have a product or service to promote (now or in the near future) this is your shot to state it! Say all you'd like:
Stop treating your business as a hobby. Get serious about helping people and make money doing it.

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Latest Activity

Justin Lukasavige replied to Mike Good's discussion Would a website usability analysis service be of interest to you - the startup entrepreneur?
"I think this would be a great service Mike! You'll have to make sure you define your market on this. You mention it's just a few hundred bucks to get this feedback. For the same money you can have an entire website completed. Someone that…"
Mar 20, 2009
Justin Lukasavige posted a blog post

Your Life, 2.0

The world is changing at breakneck speed. If you have not noticed, now is the time to open your eyes to the blazing changes going on all around you. Most of us are walking around with more memory in our pockets today than was used to put the first man on the moon. While you may feel stuck in the same place, it is even more likely that you have actually been going backwards.To keep up you have to invest in continual learning. Want to find that perfect job? After finding out how God made you, you…See More
Mar 20, 2009
Justin Lukasavige replied to Mike Deguzman's discussion Can you check out my site?
"Way to go on the website Mike! I'm continually making improvements to all of our websites (LukasCoaching,com, BeyondPastDue.com, etc.). The first thing that caught my eye is that the upper most links are very tiny. I understand they…"
Mar 19, 2009
Justin Lukasavige posted a blog post

5 Resumes, 4 Job Offers

I taught a class Crosspointe church last night and covered the process for an effective job search.If you're limiting your job search to internet and newspaper listings you must know that, out of 100 resumes sent, you'll only receive a job offer between 1 and 8 times.You can still peruse these places for career opportunities, but an effective job search (understanding your…See More
Mar 16, 2009
Justin Lukasavige commented on Justin Lukasavige's blog post Make $1,000,000 by Accident
"Great Laura, keep us updated!"
Mar 12, 2009
Justin Lukasavige commented on Justin Lukasavige's blog post Make $1,000,000 by Accident
"Great work on the new packages, they sound wonderful! Here is my suggestion on pricing, although it's a bit against the grain. You can't compete with WalMart, so don't lower your price. Instead, offer tremendous value and back it up…"
Mar 12, 2009
Justin Lukasavige commented on Justin Lukasavige's blog post Make $1,000,000 by Accident
"It's unfortunate you get locked into yellow page advertising. That is the nature of that beast. It does depend on your business and I could see a cleaner in there. How much response are you getting from the adds? It's certainly not the…"
Mar 12, 2009
Justin Lukasavige commented on Justin Lukasavige's blog post Make $1,000,000 by Accident
"What a candid response Laura. You point out some very bad things happening in our economy. I believe the short of it comes down to a few things. First, our economy has changed, there's no doubt about that. My experience in working with my…"
Mar 11, 2009

Group Leader
Jay Peroni commented on Justin Lukasavige's blog post Make $1,000,000 by Accident
"Great reminder Justin! What a great Roundtable event - so many wonderful ideas! You either believe the media that economic times are too tough to launch a business or you can believe in yourself and the power to change your future. Participating in…"
Mar 11, 2009
Justin Lukasavige posted a blog post

Make $1,000,000 by Accident

Is it really possible? Inc. Magazine points out a few stories such as that of Richard and Betty James. In 1934 (wasn’t there a recession going on?) Richard was working in a Navy tool yard and saw a spring coil fall off a table. His wife Betty found the word slinky, Swedish for sleek and sinuous, and the couple followed the idea with two years of testing.Two years later they placed their invention in a store for $1…See More
Mar 11, 2009
Deb Ingino left a comment for Justin Lukasavige
"It was great to meet you at the Sanctuary. If you email me at deb@MyWiredStyle,com from your email address, I'll send you the PDF and webinar link for next week. All the best! Deb"
Mar 10, 2009
Justin Lukasavige left a comment for West Conner
"I'd love to have you on the show again soon West. Keep building your dream!"
Mar 9, 2009
Justin Lukasavige left a comment for Landon Porter
"You bet Landon. I submitted it last month to Jay."
Mar 9, 2009
West Conner left a comment for Justin Lukasavige
"Hey man, Good to see you again. Hope you made it back in one piece. Tell Christine I said "hi" and I'll hear you on the podcast. Whenever you want me on the show again, just let me know. I'll talk with you later. West"
Mar 8, 2009
Landon Porter left a comment for Justin Lukasavige
"We finally made it home 9.5 hours later. I'm just glad I have such a great travel companion (i.e. my wife). It was great hearing your story. Are you going to provide it to Jay for the e-book?"
Mar 8, 2009
Justin Lukasavige left a comment for Landon Porter
"Hope you guys had a safe trip back Landon!"
Mar 8, 2009
steven kamensky left a comment for Justin Lukasavige
"hi my name is steve and i am new looking for new friends. look at my page and group.. I look forward to talking to you in the future steve kamensky bi hope you add em as a friend"
Mar 8, 2009
Justin Lukasavige left a comment for Christin Berger
"Way to go Christin! Keep up the focus and you'll be done in no time!"
Mar 7, 2009
Christin Berger left a comment for Justin Lukasavige
"My book ideas are still in the concept phase. I am pouring everything that I have into finishing school. I will have my MBA in Healthcare Administration in less than a year. The exciting thing about school is that I am moving my business idea from…"
Mar 7, 2009

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At 8:01am on August 21, 2012, Lee Smith, Dr.DIY said…

I see your point too, and it makes sense that there have to be some boundaries.

 repository for members' promotional links, downloads, etc might create a challenge to manage (I may want to TM that phrase), but it could keep the posts off the feed.

I initially tried to start a holistic nutrition group on the site but it disappeared so I figured that it just wasn't approved for some reason and kept up with the current posts instead of going into groups where "most of the action is."

We don't want the wrong type of resources archived here (I get that 100%) but maybe there could be an approval process for posting electronic resources.  Another thought of course is that you guys can probably delete a unseemly character and remove all of their "footprints" too, so once it was identified they'd be gone and all of their links or uploads.

Thinking and typing through this, I guess I would want to be in a "Members' Resources" group, even if it was the wild west...I just wouldn't want the wrong eyes exposed.

If you start up a group like that...I'll join, but I'm still going to be well under the 20:1 ratio...for Karma and Christian ethic on giving and receiving.

At 7:33am on August 21, 2012, Lee Smith, Dr.DIY said…

So much of these posts are in that unclear area...for example, if I had simply added a few more words such as "What do you guys think?"
I've never used this site as a spammer, and I'm sure you can search my activities to see that I'm way beyond the 20:1 rule of thumb for giving vs receiving that many pros like M Hyatt suggest for social media.  If this was anything more than a free ebook, I'd absolutely see your point but I'm just not feeling like I represent a threat by sharing a free resource simply because I wrote it.  Dan M actually liked the last resource I posted, so I guess I'd like to see a place on 48days.net for posting resources from the crowd.  :-)


At 4:26pm on August 5, 2012,
Group Leader
Jen McDonough "The Iron Jen"

Thanks for the note Justin! Yes, Kent and Dan's conferences are amazingly awesome stuff!!!  Thanks again for keeping the site in good standing. 


At 7:10am on April 13, 2012, Kevin King said…

My apologies for this misunderstanding. Is there a place that I can promote the opportunity that I have? 

I don't want to break the intent of the site. 

At 8:52am on March 25, 2012, Ben Arellano said…

Hey Justin,

I understand. Since I have personally gone through a 48 Days program myself, I have had success by finding a passion for a certain type of work. I was promoting my product, but my product is designed to help others who were in my shoes at one point, and I figured that it might encourage and inspire others. So in essence I thought my post might inspire or help others. I really didn't have any ill intent, and I wasn't trying to trick anyone into buying my product, I just merely thought it might help someone out. Plus there are many free aspects to my website that don't require any membership but are simple helps for others.



At 9:07am on October 18, 2011, George Vincent Frye said…
Thank you for the input. I thought about being seen as a spammer, but was unsure how to make sure  that I get the most eyes on my blog.
At 10:37am on August 30, 2011, Jason V said…

Justin, thanks for talking about Surveys on your podcast!

Google Forms was sitting right in front of me for months and I had no idea that you could use it for surveys!


As usual, I greatly appreciate your hard work and content.

At 11:07am on August 24, 2011, Dan Waller said…
Hey Justin, no problem!  Thanks for the feedback on the app.  Hope everything is going well for you and the family out there.
At 6:47am on August 16, 2011, Ivan Bickett said…

I think the friend request got lost in the shuffle maybe? It's all good though. I heard someone say "digital friend" yesterday referring to friends she had made on her website...


HA! It was an interview on coachradio.tv! Episode 87 - Layla Palmer!


... And I liked the phrase. It honestly made me think of you. But then I thought it was weak. B/c honestly, you know more about what I'm doing with my life than any of my friends I live around.


So glad we've got into contact and REALLY looking forward to meeting you in person at the Speak It Forward Boot Camp in October.

At 11:06am on July 28, 2011, Tom Gendich said…
We are really excited about reaching our 1st anniversary with The Community Edge.
If it is not too much to ask, would you please post this on your wall and/or tweet it out for us?
Thanks for the support!
Happy 1st Anniversary to The Community Edge by Rochester Media http://t.co/h3janJW

Justin Lukasavige's Blog

I Shouldn't be Alive Unless it's for a Reason

Posted on July 1, 2011 at 1:00pm 0 Comments

Right now I'm in the mountains of Colorado with some of my best friends, getting ready to kick off another Free Agent Academy event. This is our once per year event where we focus on online strategies; your website, social media, podcasting, video, blogging, and more.

What I really dig about these events is that every single…


Why I Won't Mention You on Follow Friday #FF

Posted on June 16, 2011 at 1:00pm 0 Comments

Hang around Twitter for a while and you'll notice some confusing things. If you're new, you'll likely be curious about the hashtag, #ff.

A hashtag is any text proceeded by the '#' symbol. It's an easy way to clasify a tweet with a topic or idea. In nearly every twitter client, and the website itself, you can click on a hashtage and see related tweets. Pretty cool.



How to Podcast

Posted on June 5, 2011 at 1:00pm 2 Comments

Creating your own online show and podcasting it isn't as difficult as you might think. You've probably seen podcasts rising in popularity lately and it's time you jumped in with your own.

Wikipedia defines a podcast as s a series of digital media files (either audio or video) that are released… Continue

Video Tour of Podcast Studio

Posted on May 19, 2011 at 1:00pm 3 Comments

This is the latest setup of the studio where I produce most of the video and audio for Coach Radio.

I don't find it important to invest in a lot of equipment. As long as you sound decent, first figure out what you're doing and gain some experience.…


3 Things Your Lazy Realtor Won't Do

Posted on May 9, 2011 at 1:00pm 3 Comments

Last week I shared about an upcoming move for Christine and I, and now our home officially on the market. Our realtor, Michael, is a long time friend and goes out of his way to do things the right way. His average days on market are much lower than other…


Is Information Worth Paying For?

Posted on April 28, 2011 at 1:00pm 7 Comments

The internet is free. Well, as long as you take the cost of connecting to it and your computer out of the equation. For that matter, you can even go to the library. So essentially, the internet is free.

What you find on the internet is amazing. Entire college classes are online at no charge. Instructions to make wedding cakes, complete with video, and…



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