He also discusses building your company to solve a problem you have and different ways to grow your business using Kajabi.
About Jonathan Cronstedt:
Jonathan Cronstedt, or JCron to those close to him, is a dangerously dedicated executive strategist. When he’s not driving outcomes for industry-leading brands or launching products online, he’s blessed enough to be married to Nicole, enjoys a freezer full of fabulous vodka and a puppy named Stella.
A leader at the executive level in mortgage, finance, digital marketing, EdTech and direct sales, Jonathan’s skill set is diverse. He is results-oriented and capable of delivering them both quickly and sustainably. Well versed in all categories of demand generation, sales and marketing methodology, communication, public speaking, strategy and executive leadership, he is comfortable in any business setting and welcomes networking with an attitude of abundance and a desire to deliver value to others…as well as being an avid YPO’er.
Cronstedt has experience leading direct marketing and technology-based companies, and currently as the President of Kajabi.com, he’s doing just that.
Kajabi, a SaaS company empowers digital entrepreneurship globally. It removes the technology challenges for those desiring to sell and share their knowledge and passions online. In the 7 year history the company has had back-to-back showings on the Inc. 5000 and has helped its users sell over $400 million dollars of their products via the platform.
Cronstedt was previously the GM of SUCCESS Academy, a EdTech and publishing company. He also enjoys the ability to travel for work and impact Entrepreneurs, Executives and Self-Development seekers around the globe.
Cronstedt previously served as the CEO of Digital Marketer and CEO of direct sales dynamo Empower Network. He also spent time driving results for Chet Holmes and Tony Robbins Groups. He is also the chairman of Prodigy Consulting Group. Jonathan holds a Bachelor of Arts in business administration from Concordia University-Irvine.
While living in a tech-obsessed world, Jonathan relies on low-tech tools like his Moleskine notebook, pen and a cup of Starbucks.