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The Quiet Light Podcast

Dec 29, 2020

Joe Valley is the Co-owner and Director of Brokerage Services at Quiet Light Brokerage, a business advisory firm that helps online entrepreneurs achieve amazing exits. Joe joined the firm after selling his own e-commerce business through Quiet Light Brokerage in 2010. He has advisor expertise in all web-based niches, including SaaS, e-commerce, and content businesses.

In addition to being a frequent speaker and podcast guest himself, Joe is also the co-host of the Quiet Light Podcast.

Mark Daoust is the Founder, President, and CEO of Quiet Light Brokerage. Since starting Quiet Light Brokerage in 2007, Mark has guided dozens of entrepreneurs and small business owners through their exits.

Before his work at Quiet Light Brokerage, Mark founded, an online publication with a subscriber base that he expanded to more than 220,000 members. Now, Mark is a well-known presenter and guest author, as well as the co-host of the Quiet Light Podcast.

In this episode…

Regardless of whether you’re a business owner, Amazon seller, individual investor, or consumer, essentially every single person in the world can agree on this one statement: 2020 was a difficult year.

However, 2020 is now, finally, coming to a close—which means it’s time to reflect on the challenges and trends and construct a hopeful plan for 2021. With the new year quickly approaching, many entrepreneurs and business owners are scrambling to identify and implement effective strategies to grow their businesses in 2021. Thankfully, Mark Daoust and Joe Valley are here to share their goals for 2021 and illustrate how you can find tangible ways to improve your growth prospects right now.

In this episode of the Quiet Light Podcast, co-hosts Mark Daoust and Joe Valley sit down to discuss the ups and downs of 2020 and share their goals for Quiet Light Brokerage in 2021. Listen in as Mark and Joe talk about their end-of-year growth strategies, the unmatched value of referral partners, and the lessons they’ve learned and will carry into the new year. Stay tuned for more—and happy holidays!