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Well, we're here, our last episode of Season 5! Here's our final mixed bag episode of the season we're talking about Business behind the scenes What to expect next for the podcast Producing Season 5 -- the good and the bad Lessons learned about my workflow An invitation for you to join me as a guest People inspiring me lately to make new decisions in my business Mentioned: Tyler McCall Mel Robbins Vanessa Lau Jenny Blake Stay in touch by following me over on Instagram: https://instagram.com/annesamoilov Download resources to help you create and launch your next big idea: https://annesamoilov.com
So far, I've given you a quick introduction to The Writer's Path, why it's important, and I've shared a bit of my story of traveling the path myself. Over the next couple of weeks, you'll learn more detail about each of these seven milestones. I'll explain what it is and also share the biggest challenge you will face as you try to achieve it. I'll also give you some examples of people who have built a writing business using this pathway. Let's dig into Milestone #1: Clarify a powerful message for a specific audience. Here is the big challenge in choosing one overall message and a specific audience: you will be On this episode, Kent shares the first Milestone on the Writer's Path and provides insight on how to hone in on your message for your audience. *** Check out my NEW book: 18 Words to Live By: A Father's Wisdom on What Matters Most. Are you looking for a community of enthusiastic, generous writers to help you build better habits and grow your writing business? Check out our Daily Writer Club. Connect with Kent: https://DailyWriterLife.com Facebook: https://facebook.com/kent.sanders Instagram: https://instagram.com/kentsanders LinkedIn: https://linkedin.com/in/kent-sanders Twitter: https://twitter.com/kentsanders
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Are Strategy and Systems missing in your hiring process? The answer is most likely “Yes” as 99.9% of entrepreneurs approach hiring as a reactive activity based on a current need. This is dangerous because it perpetuates the transactional mindset that sets you up for failure. Strategy is not about “how do I turn on the funnel”. Strategy is about how you identify, contact & engage with the person who will thrive in your business. This means being able to articulate your value to align with each individual. But, strategy is not enough to get an A-player to join your company. The structure of your interview process is the System that demonstrates excellence within the organization. And excellence is what every high performer strives for in their next company. Guest Bio: Hilmon Sorey is Co-Founder of CoachCRM sales coaching software for managers; Co-Founder of ClozeLoop, a sales strategy, training, and enablement firm with offices in New York, Houston, Silicon Valley, and Johannesburg; Partner in 2.12 Angels as a seed-stage venture capital firm; and author of 8 top-selling books on sales, sales management, and coaching. He has helped build teams in companies that range from early-stage startups to Salesforce, Box, SurveyMonkey, Bill.com, and some of the fastest-growing companies in the world totaling over $600B in valuation and market cap. He's an award-winning trainer who has trained over 15,000 salespeople and over 5,000 executives. He is a sought-after speaker around the globe and a Forbes contributor. Today We Discuss: The 4 S's: Strategy, Systems, Staff & Skills How to implement the missing pieces into your organization Challenge Today? Ensuring that you are hiring the right people who will have impact Understanding go-to-market strategy in how you hire Strategy and Systems absent in most hiring process How Companies Scale and How to Use Hiring as Competitive Advantage Why is this important to the company? Ask any CEO of a Unicorn what they consider to be their competitive advantage. They'll say their people. Tech eventually equals out, Markets change, Investors are wonderful - but even they invest in people. Rick's Nuggets Strategy absent: No time to do it Feel it's not important It's all bullshit anyways System No time to set up or train The results you get are the fruits of the effort of the work put. How do we solve the problem? Strategy Understanding GTM strategy Competitive Differentiation (direct, indirect) Winning Zone Messaging and Channels Systems Agile Tech Stack Sales & Marketing Playbooks Feedback Loop and Ecosystem Staff Sales Strategy Competency Matrix Methodology for Alignment (proof) Culture Skills Training Coaching Margin Gains Rick's Nuggets Strategy: Only hire people who align with company values! Learn early Understand YOU first Only meet people who “lean in” System Interview process Documented, and communicated, Skills Train your people Key Takeaways that the Audience can plug into their business today! (Value): Focus on Strategy and Systems to create scale. Hiring is as critical as identifying customers Guest Links LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/hilmonsorey/ Company: https://www.coachcrm.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/coachcrm/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/hilmonsorey Host Links: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/rick-girard-07722/ Company: https://www.stridesearch.com/ Podcast: https://www.hirepowerradio.com YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCeEJm9RoCfu8y7AJpaxkxqQ Authored: "Healing Career Wounds" https://amzn.to/3tGbtre HireOS inquiry: firstname.lastname@example.org Show Sponsor: www.stridesearch.com
This week we sing our way through the music of a movie based on the life of P.T. Barnum starring Hugh Jackman. We highlight our favorite songs, voice our feelings on Hugh Jackman, and even list our Chrisopher Nolan movies from best to worst. Critics: 56% Audience:86%
My review of Istanbul, Turkey after one month of living and working remotely in Europe's biggest city. Timecodes: 00:00 Introduction 01:15 Why Istanbul? 03:25 Covid situation 06:04 Internet access 11:45 Gyms & Fitness 14:01 Transportation options 17:48 Accomodation 21:30 Where to stay 26:16 Being scammed 37:11 Weird things about Istanbul 44:13 Pros 45:55 Cons 48:50 Top tips 54:05 Audience questions 01:05:28 Conclusion Links mentioned Riley's Video on Istanbul - https://youtu.be/uqDpSN5bMLA The gym in the Green Park Hotel that I used - https://g.page/FiClubTaksim?share NomadList - https://nomadlist.com/ Instanbul Digital Nomads (Facebook Group) - https://www.facebook.com/groups/1160472153963742
Today, we're sharing 10 questions to drive conversations with your audience. If you're feeling stuck about what to ask your audience next on that Instagram caption, story, or even TikTok video, this podcast episode is for you.But before we get started, let's do our question of the day: “Where is the last restaurant you went out to?”Why is it important to create conversations on social media?· Conversations can strengthen relationships.· Conversations can help get to know your audience better.· Conversations can help you figure out what type of content to create next. Tune into the 10 questions! Follow Emma on Instagram: @emmasedition | Pinterest: @emmaseditionFollow Maddy on Instagram: @madcrayy | Pinterest: @madcrayyFollow the Content Creatives Podcast: @contentcreativespodcastJoin the Content Creatives Podcast Facebook Group!
Imagine starting a company to give yourself an income source that is compatible with your role as a mom of small children. And then, as that company grows, realizing your role is really about creating opportunities for others – providing meaningful, flexible work, access to great content and guidance to reach goals and grow influence. And then, 10 years in, you write a book about everything you learned and have an early reader community of more than 400 people who are chomping at the bit to read your book. That's Becky Robinson's story. In the latest episode of the Make Meaning Podcast, host Lynne Golodner interviews Becky Robinson about her first book, Reach: Create the biggest possible audience for your message, book, or cause. They discuss the successful book marketing business that inspired the tome, Becky's writing and publishing process, and the 4-step formula for growing your reach. In this episode, Lynne and Becky discuss: Building a book launch team Becky's approach to book marketing Social media, email marketing & websites Creating value Content marketing Meaning, purpose and making a difference How to help marginalized individuals face challenges growing their reach The 4 Commitments Growing an online audience in a noisy marketplace How to be memorable & meaningful Links and Resources: Dan Rockwell Lynne Golodner's Author Brand Mastermind Mark Miller David Cooperrider – Appreciative Inquiry Weaving Influence Buy Becky's Book Find Becky Robinson: Website Facebook Twitter Instagram LinkedIn Podcast The Make Meaning Podcast will be on hiatus until October 2022, at which point we will kick off with interviews featuring Rosina Lippi (a.k.a. Sara Donati), Merle Saferstein, Sara Henning, Andrew McDiarmid, Christopher P. Locke, and more authors and writers!
Becca Sherman knows how to get into inboxes. She also knows a thing or two about running a highly successful media company. Find out what else this industry expert has to offer. Daniel and Becca jump right in, talking about how Becca wound up in the marketing space, why you should go deep when writing a newsletter, and fighting for space in a crowded inbox. You'll also hear Becca's expert analysis on why a creator economy is the winning business model, why great content trumps perfect writing, and the importance of the content flywheel. And if, like Becca, you're looking to grow your brand through audio, you need Decibel. Within minutes, you can https://decibelads.com?utm_source=newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=mm (launch your first audio ad campaign) with human or AI voices. Decibel makes it both easy and effective to play in the audio ads space. Head to http://www.decibel.com (www.decibelads.com) to get up and running. And if you LOVE The Marketing Millennials drop us a five-star review at: https://ratethispodcast.com/marketingmillennials (https://ratethispodcast.com/marketingmillennials), I really appreciate your support!. Follow Becca: LinkedIn:https://www.linkedin.com/in/rmsherman (linkedin.com/in/rmsherman) Keep up to date with the latest news from The Marketing Millennials:. Follow Daniel on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Dmurr68 (twitter.com/Dmurr68) LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/daniel-murray-marketing (linkedin.com/in/daniel-murray-marketing) Sign up to The Marketing Millennials newsletter: https://workweek.com/brand/the-marketing-millennials/ (workweek.com/brand/the-marketing-millennials)
Today we are chatting with Amanda Reeder, owner of the Pretty Little Style blog! She's found incredible success on TikTok in the last year, not only has her audience grown tremendously, but so has her income as a result of effective strategy! If TikTok or affiliate sales are things you're wanting to work on this year then hang on, this episode is going to be loaded with advice! Head to thrivetogether.blog/podcast for the show notes! Looking for more support? Shift—If you've made more than $5k in the last 12-months, apply today! Profitable Blogger Society—if you need help getting your foundation started, as well as knowing where to spend your time for the most growth! If you're looking for a blogging & influencer community, then join us over on Facebook, the Thrive Blogging Community!
BenGreenfieldLife.com/hospodcast1 Here, for your itching ears and supremely curious heart and mind, comes Part 1 of my talk at the Health Optimisation Summit, recently held in London by my friend and podcast guest, Tim Gray. The Health Optimisation Summit is Europe's largest health conference, showcasing the best speakers from the health, biohacking, fitness, longevity, nutrition, functional, and preventative medicine spaces (including yours truly) in order to provide people with the knowledge, tools, and resources to take their own health and performance to the next level. The UK's leading biohacker, Tim Gray is known for his detailed tracking of more than 35+ biomarkers per day, is frequently in the mainstream media regarding practical, trackable, and immediately apply-able health hacks, and is featured on over 30 podcasts a year. As a psychology specialist and a successful businessman, Tim founded and invested in multiple 6-figure businesses, including digital marketing agencies and London's first private Hyperbaric Oxygen Clinic. After years spent self-healing his body from chronic health conditions through biohacking alone, Tim Gray embarked on a mission to educate and empower the masses. Recently, I spoke to Tim about his history, his routines, the Health Optimisation Summit, and plenty more, in a special two-part podcast episode that included an interview and then a follow-up solosode by Tim ("How UK's Leading Biohacker Eats, Drinks, & Optimizes His Life: An Interview With Tim Gray"). For this year's Summit, Tim actually asked me to present on "A Day in the Life of Ben Greenfield." At first, I thought I'd be struggling to fill the time slot with just my "average day," but then as I thought about all the hacks, routines, and rituals I do throughout my days that are now more or less automatic for me but likely something you'll be quite interested in, I realized it might not be quite as simple as it sounds! In fact, like I needed to do with Tim's podcast, I had to split my talk up and finish presenting about a "typical" day in Part 2, which is the next episode you'll see released on the podcast feed. You can also go here to get all of the resources from my talk at the Summit. Enjoy! In this episode, you'll discover: -Look at the body as a battery... -Ben's morning routine... -Family time in the morning and the morning smoothie... -How Ben optimizes his workspace... -Midday routines and rituals... -Audience question: "What does your wife do?"... Resources mentioned in this episode: Episode sponsors: -Essentia Mattresses -Inside Tracker -Chili Technologies -Kion Aminos BenGreenfieldLife.com/hospodcast1
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Turns out that when asked if social media feels both frustrating, and confusing as to who's actually following you? that answer was a resounding 100% on a recent poll I posted. Which means, we've got some work to do! Precisely why I'm back with another edition of Creative Business Coaching over Coffee where I get to have a conversation with EA member and Artist Jeanette Bergstrom answering her Social Media questions. And I open this call by answering this question from Katherine about how to reach more followers, by sharing a whole lot of Social Media tips including: What content performs best on Instagram right now Reasons why you may not get seen on Social Media How to grow organically on Social Media Happening TODAY! Join me for LIVE Creative Business Coaching over Coffee ☕️ at 10 am PDT this morning over on Instagram @creativethursday. You can find all things Jeanette Bergstrom on instagram @jeanette.bergrstrom.art You can find all things Marisa and Creative Thursday creativethursday.com and on instagram and facebook @creativethursday
Gary discusses the Gospel of Matthew and compares it to the book of Revelation. The Olivet Discourse (Mt. 24-25) is a continuation of what Jesus began teaching in Matthew chapter 10. The events revealed in John's Revelation are the same events, fulfilled in the first century. Audience relevance, time texts, and many other context indicators make it clear that the Bible is not speaking about events thousands of years in the future, but about the same time frame as when they were orginally given, leading up to the destruction of the temple and the city (Jerusalem) in AD 70.
#032 - Making Your Song's Character Fall in Love and Influence your Audience's Engagement.In today's episode, we'll go through the lyrics of the song “You Shouldn't Kiss Me Like This” by Toby Keith.The lyrics are so amazing to see how much the power of storytelling influences your audience's engagement.The song is written so great, and the lyrics show you how you can make your song's character fall in love.And you'll learn exactly how you can pull that off too by using Pat Pattison's Development Engine of the three boxes as an outline and fill it with life by looking at this song's narrative techniques.Furthermore, they offer you lots of great insights you can take away from them – especially when it comes to using the power of storytelling to keep listeners engaged from the first phrase to the last.Episode Overview:[00:01:29] The S.O.N.G. Framework[00:02:19] “You Shouldn't Kiss Me Like This” by Toby Keith[00:04:20] Step 1: Summary - What is the song about?[00:12:08] Step 2: Observer - Who is the main character of the song?[00:18:55] Step 3: Narration - Analyzing the storytelling craft.[00:21:53] Analyzing the scene told in the song.[00:27:30] The Change[00:29:35] Writing Techniques[00:32:32] Step 4: Gist - What is the message of the song?[00:34:57] What we've learned from “You Shouldn't Kiss Me Like This”[00:38:19] Song Exercise - The First KissLinks mentioned in this episode:You Shouldn't Kiss Me Like This lyrics © Tokeco TunesFinding Topics to Write about by Looking at Universal Human Values“Rumor” by Lee Brice – Using Multiple Love Story ConventionsA Songwriter's Six Best Friends - ADVANCED: The Story Grid Diorama Model“Shut Up and Kiss Me” by Mary Chapin Carpenter – Avoiding Contradictions in LyricsDevelop your Lyric's Verses by Using Progressive ComplicationsEvery Character WANTS something. But how do you figure out WHAT that is?To get your free gift: Uncover Irresistible Lyric Ideas go to lyrics.storiesinsongs.comTag me on Facebook: @LyricArtistsTag me on Instagram: @stories.in.songsSupport the show
John Deere field is no good. Iggy's round of golf yesterday. Francesa getting trolled. StrodeCast. Float szn. Nice ass, King. 20% off everything at TMASTLshop.com. We request stories from the listeners. Cardinals with a tidy little win over the Marlins. Carlson is hot. Plowsy vs. Jackson in fantasy baseball. Freddie Freeman agent issues. The boys break it down. Huh? XFL return. Plowsy has some red hot takes about the Battlehawks. Audience not happy.
If you want to double your reach and earnings, you need to double your audience. I'm sharing how to do that fast and for free so that you don't fall into the trap of setting goals that are bigger than what your audience can provide you. I explain my approach to doing podcast tours and teaching in front of other people's groups. I also get into why it's so important to collaborate with your peers on text and email lists and how to make the most out of your podcast by trading bumpers or episodes with other like-minded hosts. IN THIS EPISODE, WE TALK ABOUT: The audience growth problem that I see with so many entrepreneurs, regardless of what stage of business they're in How to get your message out to 20,000 people per week The trend that I see with my audience numbers after I speak at other people's events Examples of how to create a win-win situation by teaming up with other people who have text and email opt-ins What it looks like to trade podcast bumpers or episodes RESOURCES Check out joinbeonline.com to learn more about our new course! Text DAILY to 310-421-0416 to get daily Money Mantras or Business Perspective messages to boost your day. CONNECT WITH CHRIS Follow Me: @chriswharder Visit My Website: https://chrisharder.me HOST BIO Host of the top-rated podcast, The Chris Harder Show, Chris Harder uses his platform to empower entrepreneurs to become unapologetic in their pursuit of wealth and generous in their giving. The foundation of Chris' success as an entrepreneur, investor and philanthropist is built on his belief that “when good people make good money, they do great things”. In addition to owning and investing in several multi-million dollar companies, Chris uses his online course, The Money Principles, his two mastermind groups and his exclusive 1:1 business coaching to help countless clients earn six and seven figure incomes.
Everything is dark. I'm walking around on stage, selling the idea that I can't see anything. And it's giving me a golden opportunity to find the truth of the story. You see, I'm playing Carol, the lead in a play called Black Comedy by Peter Shaffer. In it, a sculptor and his fiancée (me) borrow expensive antique furniture from our out-of-town neighbors to try and impress an art collector. But then the power goes out (hence the black), and everything goes wrong (hence the comedy). What's really cool about the experience, though, is that the lighting is transposed. When the stage is lit, the cast is seemingly in darkness, and the characters can't see anything. But only when the stage goes dark can the characters finally be able to see themselves and their surroundings. This ended up being my favorite play to perform because I got to embody a character so far removed from what I'm used to. My special guest Brittany Ishibashi is no stranger to this experience. She lives her life immersed in story and has been a working actress since high school! In this episode, she and I talk about playing characters, effective elements to enhance storytelling, and discuss questions like: What's the inside-out vs. outside-in approach to playing a character, and why is it crucial to gaining audience empathy? Why is an audience of just one person all you really need? And how can you easily and effectively open a story? What you will learn in this episode: How characters and story (in all its forms) can truly change or save lives How to encourage the spirit of play in your life and business Why music is such a universal part of the human experience in storytelling Who is Brittany? Born in Orange County, California, Brittany Ishibashi was raised by musical parents. Seeing her love for the arts, they encouraged her to try out the different facets of the entertainment world. Her passion for musical theater emerged at a young age, and she became a triple threat in dance, music, and acting. Brittany got her first big break right after graduating from high school when she was cast on J.J. Abrams' Felicity. She continued her education in Theatre, Film, and Television at UCLA while establishing her career and has gone on to work consistently over the years on numerous TV series. She's been on shows such as This Is Us, Political Animals, Grey's Anatomy, Grace and Frankie, The Office, Supernatural, and more. Most recently, you can watch Brittany play the villainous Tina Minoru on Marvel's Runaways, Claire Cormier on the CW's Tom Swift, and Tamiko Masuda on CBS' Hawaii Five-0. She also played the villain Karai in Paramount's Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows. She lives in Los Angeles with her husband, Jeff, and their three children. Links and Resources: @BrittIshibashi on Instagram @BrittIshibashi on Twitter Storytelling School Website @storytellingschool on Instagram @storytellingSchool on Facebook
Ep.113 features Chris Watts, an interdisciplinary artist working primarily in painting and installation. Within his work, he seeks to revise, interrogate, and re-examine social and personal narratives. This re-examination is not to simply supplement a new narrative, but to create a project of disruption. Watts attended graduate studies at Yale School of Art, New Haven, CT, after attending the College of Arts and Architecture, University of North Carolina, Charlotte, NC, and the Academy of Fine Arts and Design, Wroclaw, PL. The artist has held various artist residencies, among them the Marek Maria Pienkowski Foundation, Chelm, PL; McColl Center for Art + Innovation, Charlotte, NC; the Art & Law Fellowship Program, at Cornell University Art Architecture Planning, New York, NY; and the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council Workspace Program, New York, NY. His work has been exhibited in national and international institutions and exhibitions. Watts lives and works in New York, NY, and North Carolina, NC, US. Watts is a featured artist in the documentary film, The Art of Making It, directed by Kelcey Edwards, and from the Emmy-nominated producer Debi Wisch (The Price of Everything). The film had its world premiere at the 2021 Hamptons International Film Festival and won an Audience choice award at 2022 SXSW Film Festival. Welancora Gallery https://www.welancoragallery.com/artists/34-chris-watts/overview/ Galerie Lelong https://www.galerielelong.com/exhibitions/open-doors-june-edmonds-carl-e-hazlewood-helen-evans-ramsaran-chris-watts The Art of Making It https://www.ifccenter.com/films/the-art-of-making-it/ Bode https://www.bode-projects.com/artists/42-chris-watts/overview/ Monica King projects https://monicakingprojects.com/artists/45-chris-watts/biography/ QC Exclusive https://qcexclusive.com/fine-arts/chris-watts-redefines-southern-art/ LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/chris-watts-510236a9/
Our guest today is John Timar, CEO of Kill Cliff. Kill Cliff is America's best-selling clean energy drink and the official drink of the Atlanta Braves. We discuss how the Navy Seals impacted John and led the founding of Kill Cliff, some of the creative marketing initiatives Kill Cliff has done the past few years including a partnership with Joe Rogan, why at one point they considered a rebrand, and how they doubled down on their core audience and release new SKUs. Without further ado, here's John. Why did you want to be a Navy SEAL? What was the hardest part of becoming a SEAL? What did you most learn from that experience? How was the transition to civilian life? How was the transition from SEALs into business? What did you first do after the SEALs?Don't have the community Why did Todd Ehrlich found Kill Cliff? What was the insight? How did you know Todd? When you say lost its way, give an example of something that the company did that was inauthentic to the brand? What were some of the challenges going from enterprise to consumer? How is it a better alternative to what's out there? Kill What's been the low points and tough moments within Kill Cliff? When did you get involved? Why did you get involved? What was your first role? How do you approach distribution since I'd imagine the Red Bull probably try to block you? You were able to recruit John Brenkus as your CMO. How did you convince him to join and what has been the impact? How do you approach partnerships? What is Kill Cliff fight club? When did you decide to get into CBD and why? What's the perception of energy drinks? How did you raise capital? Why were you promoted to CEO? With your partnership with Rogan, has the controversy around him had any affect with Kill Cliff? How do you approach new flavors and products? One piece of advice?
Growing your audience is an important factor in the online business world, it's where you get your ideal clients! Listen in as Veronica shares with you the top things to know when growing your audience to attract your ideal clients. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Multi-passionate entrepreneur and TEDx speaker Robbie Samuels shares how he established a thriving business as a virtual event design consultant and executive Zoom producer after the pandemic affected his career in networking. Tune in as Robbie explains how it's possible for people to engage online and build lasting business relationships with them by using the right digital tools and ensuring an event or a meeting is an enjoyable experience for your target audience. He'll also discuss the power of leveraging your network because, for him, most of the people you need to succeed are already within your reach. It's all a matter of engaging and deepening the relationships you already have. More inspiring pieces of advice from Robbie are in store for you in this episode, so make sure you listen until the very end!
How do we convey empathy through a digital medium? How can we communicate complex ideas in simple and relatable ways to a broader audience?Matthias Barker is a therapist and popular content creator on topics around mental health and personal development. Widely known for his viral short-form videos, Matthias has mastered the ability to relay complex messages in a way that viewers of all ages and backgrounds can relate to and understand. Communication is at the center of it all and Pye and Matthias dig a little deeper into how he developed this critical skill through his upbringing and rise into his career as well as how we, ourselves, can become better communicators.Learn more about Matthias' various mental health workshops:➜ Workshops: https://matthiasjbarker.com/Be sure to visit Matthias' podcast as well as his social media channels:➜ Matthias J. Barker Podcast: https://apple.co/3QVTxVI➜ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/matthiasjbarker/➜ TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@matthiasjbarker➜ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/MatthiasBarker
Search in Apple Podcasts, Amazon Music contest follow up! Best practices for podcasters in YouTube, stopping podcasts from downloading onto you computer, from reluctant listener to podcast fan, Podcast focused newsletters? We got you! Best practices for taking the summer off as a podcaster and stats, geographic and user agent. MAKE SURE YOU SIGN UP FOR PODCAST AUDIO EDITING WITH BRIAN! Audience feedback drives the show. We'd love for you to contact us and keep the conversation going! Email email@example.com, call 412-573-1934 or leave us a message on Speakpipe! We'd love to hear from you! SIGN UP FOR OUR NEWSLETTER HERE! Quick Episode Summary :13 Intro :26 Sign up for our live audio editing event! 2:27 PROMO 1: Tangentially Speaking 2:57 Rob and Elsie conversation 4:40 Search and Apple Podcasts, how it works The author tag is searchable in Apple Podcasts 10:57 Update on the Amazon Music contest! 17:45 The Obamas are headed over to Audible 19:22 FAQs for podcasters about YouTube aka optimizing your podcast for YouTube 32:20 How to stop podcasts from downloading from Apple Podcasts to their computer 35:45 Listening to podcasts as a reluctant listener 48:18 Setting up a channel on Apple Podcasts 44:40 Shout-out to Podknows and Making Conversations Count! 46:03 We have snippets on Libsyn to help you keep all your sponsor info right within the UI 47:37 Podcast focused newsletters and their contact info 48:18 2000 episodes in the Apple Podcasts and all the rest of them when you follow/subscribe to the show 51:01 What to do when you want to take the summer off from publishing your podcast 57:56 PROMO 2: Lucy's Record Shop 58:56 Stats, geographic and user agent 1:01:45 Where have we been? Where are we going? Featured Podcast Promo + Audio PROMO 1: Tangentially Speaking PROMO 2: Lucy's Record Shop Thank you to Nick from MicMe for our awesome intro! Podcasting Articles and Links mentioned by Rob and Elsie Leave us voice feedback! How Search works on Apple Podcasts - Apple Podcasts for Creators Twitter search for the #gems617 hashtag Obamas Sign Audible First-Look Deal After Ending Spotify Pact - Variety Podcasting on YouTube? Frequently asked Questions & Best Practices from a Strategic Partner Manager! - YouTube How Do I Stop Podcasts Automatically Downloading to My MacBook? Create a channel - Apple Podcasts for Creators Nominations 2022 — British Podcast Awards Listeners' Choice Award — British Podcast Awards Speed up Your Episode Description Writing with Snippets – Libsyn 5 Speed Up Your Podcast Workflow With Text Snippets w/ Dave Jackson - YouTube Newsletter Database — Tink* Facebook is shutting down its podcast platform after less than a year - The Verge Unapologetic: Being Black & Queer in Podcasting - YouTube Podcast Audio Editing Made Easy with Libsyn's Brian Cottington - YouTube She Podcasts LIVE 2022 • She Podcasts How to Make Real Money Podcasting • Virtual Event - July 19th & 20th HELP US SPREAD THE WORD! We'd love it if you could please share The Feed with your Twitter followers. Click here to post a tweet! If you dug this episode, head over to Podchaser and kindly leave us a review and follow the show! Follow The Feed wherever you listen to audio! → Follow via Apple Podcasts → Follow via Google Podcasts → Follow via Spotify → Here's our RSS feed! FEEDBACK AND PROMOTION ON THE SHOW You can ask your questions, make comments and create a segment about podcasting for podcasters! Let your voice be heard. Download The Feed App for iOS and Android Call 412-573-1934 Email firstname.lastname@example.org Use our Speakpipe Page
Mac and Bone talk to Charlotte 49ers football head coach Will Healy about his 2022 team, ask the audience for the songs that annoy them the most and discuss how the Panthers can manage CMC better and how he can manage himself. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On this episode of Coffee N° 5, Lara sits down with analytics expert Rand Fishkin. Rand is the CEO of SparkToro and a leader in the world of search engine optimization. He and Lara enjoy a conversation in which they discuss the importance of knowing your audience on a deeper level, how to use competitor research to your company's advantage, and why raising venture capital was surprisingly not a good idea for his business.What you'll learn:Rand explains that when it comes to SEO, keywords are just the beginning. SEO is about truly knowing your audience, understanding their behavior, and recognizing their diversity.Rand explains why Google is not the only source of information that users will search. He tells Lara that marketers might be limiting themselves if they think SEO is just about ranking on Google.Rand tells Lara the one marketing tool that was extremely powerful 25 years ago and is still powerful and valuable to entrepreneurs today.Rand Fishkin is cofounder and CEO of audience research software startup SparkToro. He's dedicated his professional life to helping people do better marketing through his writing, videos, speaking, and his book Lost and Founder. When Rand's not working, he's usually cooking a fancy meal for the love of his life author Geraldine DeRuiter. If you bribe him with great pasta or fancy cocktails, he'll happily pull back the curtain on big tech's dark secrets.For more information, don't forget to follow Rand on Instagram and LinkedIn. You can also visit Rand's business SparkToro.Join our Facebook Group.Sign up for my free marketing masterclass.Follow our host Lara Shmoisman on social media: Instagram: @laraschmoismanFacebook: @LaraSchmoismanLinkedIn: @laraschmoismanTwitter: @LaraSchmoismanLike and review the podcast on Apple Podcasts.Support the show
Public speaking is a vulnerable position because of the fear of judgment and rejection. But there is a way to conquer your anxiety and become a better speaker in public. Eric Anderton presents Laurie Gilbertson, the founder and CEO of Tribeca Blue Consulting. Laurie talks about how practice and preparation are huge factors in feeling comfortable on stage. Allow yourself to rehearse and figure out which words sound natural when you speak. Afterward, it's easier to turn your attention away from yourself and towards the audience during your presentation. If you want more practical tips on becoming a better speaker in public, this episode's for you.
Part 2 of 2. How do I use surveys to build trust with my audience? How do I ask the right questions, the right way, at the right time? What are examples of terrible survey questions? What question should you never ask? How do I have a "survey conversation"? Shoutouts and References: Betty and Jean; Joe MagnoHost: Mark Suroviec, M. Ed. | Owner and Founder of WorkPlay SolutionsGuest: Dr. Matt Champagne | Survey Expert, University Professor, Technology Visionary, Speaker, and Entrepreneur https://matthewchampagne.com/ Special resource just for listeners of this podcast. You can download the "9 Principles of Customer Feedback" here https://matthewchampagne.com/workplay For more info, visit www.workplaysolutions.com or email email@example.comFollow us on Facebook: WorkPlaySol
EPISODE SUMMARY Join mindset & high-performance coach Claudia Garbutt and Grant Cardone mentee and business growth expert Michael Schill as they talk about what it takes to grow your business and audience. In this episode we talk about: - Niching down vs diversifying to grow your business - Daily habits for sustainable success - Qualifying your prospects to protect your time & energy EPISODE NOTES Michael Schill is a 21st-century entrepreneur who has managed to marry skill sets in business, music, fashion, and professional sports into a one-stop tour de force brand name. Under the tutelage of New York Times Bestselling author and Real Estate mogul Grant Cardone, Michael has earned an Ivy League-level of schooling in the Public Relations game from a ground zero perspective. Leveraging his credibility in a multitude of verticals, Michael has been able to demonstrate sustained production and mastery of SAAS Sales over a host of platforms using BI Visualization & Data Analysis all while spearheading the nations premier Sales Team. Working hand in hand with C-Level Executives and Stakeholders, Michael has a proven track record of implementing and executing big-business initiatives that have been able to drive consistent growth in revenue over a large sample size. Michael Schill was also an Executive Producer & Stakeholder of ‘The Crib Radio Show' on DASH Radio, an Internet radio platform that reaches over 10 million people monthly. The show, ‘The Crib', is a vehicle Michael uses to shed light on the Hip Hop/Urban scene by introducing musical acts, social influencers, and industry shakers. Instagram/ Twitter: @mikeschill_ Tiktok: @themikeschill ------------------ Music credit: Vittoro by Blue Dot Sessions (www.sessions.blue) ----------------- If you enjoyed this episode, learned something new, had an epiphany moment - or were reminded about a simple truth that you had forgotten, please let me know by rating & reviewing this show on https://ratethispodcast.com/wiredforsuccess. Oh, and make sure you subscribe to the podcast so you don't miss out on any of the amazing future episodes! If you don't listen on iTunes, you can find all the episodes here. If you'd like to connect more, you can find me here: Website: www.wiredforsuccess.solutions Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/wired_for_success/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/claudia.garbutt.1 LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/claudia-garbutt/ HELPFUL RESOURCES Wanna prime your brain for success in less than 5min each day? Download my Brain Priming Affirmations For Entrepreneurs here: https://bit.ly/2VXC9VY Wanna find out how I can help you leverage the power of your mind and tap into the wisdom of your body to feel fully aligned, trust your intuition, and achieve your goals with ease and joy rather than with constant hustle and pushing yourself to the point of exhaustion – book a free 20min Strategy Session with me: https://bit.ly/2YemfIe Looking for great podcast guests for your own show or great shows to guest on? Try PodMatch, the platform that automatically matches ideal podcast hosts and guests for interviews. Like Tinder for podcasters. Or Guestio, the app that helps content creators interview high-level guests. Gives you access to those busy, hard-to-reach, next-level guests that you want to have on your show.
Staying in touch with your audience is very important. But how often should you email them? Is daily too often? How about once per month? Is there a formula? Listen to Josh as he shares best practices with email marketing and the frequency that is best to choose. One tip you'll hear is to add an Email Preferences Center to allow your audience to choose how frequently they hear from you. Listen to this episode and learn more about all of the ways Josh and his team can help you. Then you should connect with Josh at GoSocialExperts.com
Deciding on what content to put out can be overwhelming. But there's one rule you can follow to make sure your content always lands. Tell local stories. In this quick dive, Ben shares his wisdom on why it's important to choose highly relatable stories, some real life examples of great local storytelling, and how you can get into the mindset of your listener. If you're a creator looking to get into audio or want to grow your existing podcast, this is five minutes you won't want to miss. Follow Ben: Twitter:https://twitter.com/benbradbury ( twitter.com/benbradbury)
Becky Robinson, author of "Reach: Create the Biggest Possible Audience for Your Message, Book, or Cause," joins host Olivia McCoy to discuss how to build an audience for your brand, grow your reach, and create influence as an author. Becky Robinson is the Founder and CEO of Weaving Influence, a full-service marketing agency that specializes in digital and integrated marketing services and public relations for authors, business leaders, coaches, trainers, speakers, and thought leaders. She holds an M.A. in Intercultural Studies from Wheaton College and received her B.A. in English/Creative Writing from Miami University. Learn more at weavinginfluence.com and beckyrobinson.com.Discover more about Smith Publicity at www.smithpublicity.com and follow us on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, & LinkedIn.
Michael Wieder joins the Wavebreak Podcast to share how Lalo is running a distributed company for parents, by parents, while prioritizing ‘doing the right thing' over all else.In this episode you'll learn:How Michael approaches product seeding with celebrities and influencers by treating them like family.How Lalo tripled the size of their distributed team without hurting their family-first ethos.How to think about marketing holistically and better relate to your audience by talking to your customers.Michael Wieder is Co-Founder, President, and CMO at Lalo, a company making baby and toddler products you'll be proud to own.Links MentionedLaloLearn more about Wavebreak: the email & CRM agency for high-growth DTC brandsSponsored by...Klaviyo — Over 265,000 innovative brands are growing their businesses by listening and understanding to cues from their customers--easily turning that information into valuable marketing messages used to build highly segmented, automated email & SMS campaigns, such as win back campaigns or abandoned cart recovery and more.Okendo — The new standard in customer reviews for high-growth Shopify brands. Okendo is helping over 4,000 of the fastest-growing Shopify retailers such as Kim Kardashian's underwear label- SKIMS, Nomad, and Buck Mason to leverage their most powerful asset; their customers. They offer super affordable monthly subscriptions starting at $29. Visit Okendo.io to learn more.Recharge — Over 15,000 merchants have launched and scaled their subscription business with Recharge. Be it a curated monthly box, recurring necessities or access to exclusive perks, Recharge powers billions of dollars in annual processing for more than 50 million subscribers.
In this episode, Adam and Budi discuss the Holes in Acting Training today, how the Stanislavski system has been shoehorned into shorter and shorter rehearsals disjointed from the body, and suggest a way forward getting back to nature and the somatic experience. Mentioned in this episode:Stacy AbramsA Stange LoopRoundabout TheatreTaylor BarfieldJulian Elijah MartinezSuzuki TadashiKoh Murobushi"Point of Privilege"TOO MerchTo submit a question, please visit http://www.speakpipe.com/theatreofothers for voice recording or submit an email to firstname.lastname@example.org Messages may be quoted by name unless the writer stipulates otherwiseIf you enjoyed this week´s podcast, we´d love for you to leave a review on Apple Podcasts. It helps with our visibility, and the more people listen to the podcast, the more we can invest in it and make it even better Music credit: https://www.purple-planet.comAdditional compositions by @jack_burmeisterSupport the show
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The motivation for what we do reveals who we are doing it for. Sometimes we can get caught in the trap of trying to earn man's respect which is ultimately self-worship. Let that sink in. Living for an audience of one helps us to break free of living to please others. The broken mindsets in this culture often arise from living for an audience of men rather than an audience of One—Christ alone. The shame culture invites us to participate in this perpetual seeking of others' approval, and we would not have shame if we did not have an audience. So who is your audience? Who is it that you care what they think about you? When we live for an audience of one, our motivation is God's glory. When we live for an audience of one, our joy is not on what the audience perceives of us – their acceptance or rejection, but just on the fruit that God bears through us. If we are living for man's approval, we just might miss God's. Listen in as Denise shares how to live for an audience of one.
America's emotionally unstable melt down over the end of Roe v Wade — Trans people hit hardest over Supreme Court decision — Audience mail; woke in the wild — Biden administration redefines "sex" to mean nothing, guts Title IX See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Jacob Michael Campbell is gearing up for his first Kickstarter launch for a brand new comic book series, and is looking for ideas and guidance on how to build an audience for it, starting from scratch. In this mastermind style session of the ComixLaunch Podcast, a roundtable of veteran creators will help Jacob discover where he should be focusing in terms of audience building prior to launch.
I LOVE people who make me think and when I started reading the book Find Your Red Thread: Make Your Big Ideas Irresistible, I couldn't put it down (and it's now available on Audible). It helps you understand your audience and their main goal. Then you identify how you need to describe what you want them to do in a way that they see their problem in a different way. Your message is the words you need to say to an audience about your idea to achieve a particular outcome. Find everything at www.tamsenwebster.com Join the School of Podcasting When you join the School of Podcasting you can quit worrying about: Are people going to listen to me? (Yes, cause I'll show you how to see what they want). Am I going to sound stupid? (No, as I'll show you the magic of editing) It will cost a million dollars (No, I'll have you sounding like a million bucks without spending a million bucks). I don't anything about this technology (You said the same thing about driving). Get access to: Step-by-step tutorials, live group coaching, a mastermind group filled with brilliant podcasting minds, and the ability to schedule as many one-on-one quick-fix calls as you like at no extra charge. Join worry-free with a 30-day money-back guarantee Go to www.schoolofpodcasting.com/start SPONSOR: Focusrite: The Vocaster Series Made For Podcasters AutoGain - Easily set your levels with the click of a button, with more than enough gain on tap (70dB) – no booster needed Enhance - Four podcaster-approved voice presets to bring out the best in any voice Mute - Silence the mic with the touch of a button - don't let unexpected interruptions get in the way of recording Connect your phone - Record phone calls, high-quality music, or other audio from your device, seamlessly Record to a camera - Plug in your camera and record directly to its memory card Loopback - Stream calls or any other audio you can think of from your computer with two sets of stereo loopback Included software - Hindenburg Lite to record, three months of SquadCast Pro + Video to bring in your guests, and six months of Acast Influencer to publish, you're ready to get your show out there Learn more at: Focusrite.com/Vocaster MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE Find Your Red Thread: Make Your Big Ideas Irresistible Tamsenwebster.com School of Podcasting Rodecaster Pro II The Proverb Effect: Secrets to Creating Tiny Phrases that Change the World Episode 830 About Accepting Compliments The Freenoter Podcast Walking is Fitness Long Story Short Podcast
Episode 121 is here! Come listen as we discuss Cobra Paw from Bananagrams. We tried this at a Gen Con and grabbed it shortly after at Target. We then go on to talk about games targeted toward kids and what makes them work. We also tell you about Blue Orange and HABA, two companies that are amazing for games targeted to a young audience! We finish the show by telling you one of our favorite memories from a childhood summer. Be sure to like, share, and subscribe! Game Talk: 13:07 Top Shelf Topic: 23:37 Pint Sized Question: 40:31 Game Mentions: Rhino Hero, Kitten Klash, Kitty Paw, My First Orchard, Bye Bye Mr. Fox, Dr. Beaker, Dr. Eureka, Ice Cool Support: If you would like to help us improve our product, here's where you can do that! www.patreon.com/MalthausGames podpledge.com?p=3D8L1M1V4S7F8... ko-fi.com/malthausgames Sound Attributions: Something Elated by Broke For Free, Downloaded from freemusicarchive.org/music/Bro... Edits: Cut to length and Faded in. Heavy Happy With Drums by Ryan Cullinane, Downloaded from freemusicarchive.org/music/Ryan Cullinane/Heavy Happy With Drums – Beat Driven Productions – Heavy Happy With Drums Edits: Cut to length and faded out. Crowd in a bar (LCR recording) by Leandros.Ntounis, downloaded from freesound.org/people/Leandros... Edits: Cut to length, added vocals and own recorded drink making sounds. Vinyl_record_needle_static_01.wav by joedeshon, downloaded from freesound.org/people/joedesho... Edits: Cut to length, added to music and raised volume level. Hidden Wall Opening by ertfelda, downloaded from freesound.org/people/ertfelda... Edits: Adjust volume and cut to length added jungle sound and voice. Yucatan jungle.mp3 by folkart films, downloaded from freesound.org/people/folkart%... Edits: Adjust volume, cut to length, added door sound and voice. Footsteps, Concretem A.wav by InspectorJ, downloaded from freesound.org/people/Inspecto... Edits: Cut to length, adjusted volume, added jungle sounds and voice. Fantasy Sounds Effects Library, Ambience_Cave_00.wav by LittleRobotSoundFactory, downloaded from freesound.org/people/LittleRo... Edits: Cut to length, faded in, adjusted volume and added footsteps, jungle sounds, stone door, and voice. Game Show Theme Tune by FoolBoyMedia, downloaded from freesound.org/people/FoolBoyM... Edits: Cut to length, added vocals, adjusted volume. Audience, Theatre Applause.wav by makosan, downloaded from freesound.org/people/makosan/... Edits: Added music, added voice, cut to length and adjusted volume.
TikTok creator Neil Shankar joins the show today to chat about the algorithm, how brands are playing the game, power stances in commerce, and our recent Visions 2022 report. Listen now!Playing the GameNeil Shankar is a TikTok content creator, producing content on what's new with consumer brands“Getting the algorithm to like you is sometimes about playing the game of TikTok, for instance, speaking the language of TikTok and engaging with TikTok creators. You don't need to be like dancing in front of a ring light.” -NeilInteracting with the idea of something is just as compelling to us as potentially purchasing that thing, its the concept of Romanticism, an idea we elaborate on more in our Visions reportAs our infinite choice of options increases, it becomes a footprint issue, not just a carbon footprint, but a time footprint“Brands and companies should be paying attention to how much time and focus their customers are giving them.” -BrianWhen brands are able to slap a date on a project or report, or whatever it may be, it's creating a time capsule, meaning that it will never decay because it lives on in that year“Visions 2022 will never become outdated. It will always be an encapsulation of this current moment.” -NeilAssociated Links:Check out more of Neil's content over on TikTok!Trends are Dead by VoxDownload VISIONS 2022 NOW! Subscribe to Insiders and Senses to read more of our hot takes! Listen to our other episodes of Future CommerceCheck out Decoded, our newest limited seriesHave any questions or comments about the show? Let us know on Futurecommerce.fm, or reach out to us on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, or LinkedIn. We love hearing from our listeners!