109. The Transformational Power of a Memorable Brand NameOur guest on the podcast today is Alexandra Watkins, a leading and outspoken authority on brand names with buzz. For nearly 20 years, she and her naming firm, Eat My Words, have created love-at-first sight brand names for countless companies including Amazon, Coca-Cola, Disney, Twitter, and Google. Her breakthrough creativity book, “Hello, My Name is Awesome: How to Create Brand Names That Stick,” was named a Top 10 Marketing Book by Inc. Magazine. Her personal name hall of fame includes the Wendy's Baconator, Neato robotic vacuum, Burger King's Mac n' Cheetos, Spanish language school Gringo Lingo, and the frozen yogurt franchise Spoon Me.In today's conversation, we explore the importance of a name in establishing and expressing a brand's personality, and how a well-thought-out and creative name can convey a company's spirit and create a strong presence in the marketplace. A well-crafted name serves as the soul of a company, embodying its essence, attracting customers, and speaking volumes about its brand.Listen in as Alexandra shares her 12-point name evaluation test, known as the ‘Smile and Scratch Test.' The 'smile' refers to the five qualities that make a great name, while 'scratch' refers to the seven deal-breakers that should lead to a name being discarded. So incredibly insightful! If you want to stand out, capture the soul of your brand and business in an effective way then I encourage you to listen to Alexandra for insights. You'll enjoy Alexandra's perspective on what you can do to get noticed in your market.Key TakeawaysWhat makes a good brand name?Creating a transformational brand name with the ability to move peopleHow a name has the potential to convey the soul of your businessThe 5 qualities that make a name strong and the 7 elements that weaken your brand nameWhat to do when your domain name is not availableMemorable Quote“Your name is the soul of your brand. It really can be. It can say so much about you.”—Alexandra WatkinsEpisode Resources:Eat My Words WebsiteAlexandra's Linkedin ProfileBOOK: Hello, My Name Is Awesome By Alexandra WatkinsTEST: Smile & Scratch Name Evaluation TestSacredChangemakers.comJayne Warrilow on LinkedinThank you to our sponsor:A HUGE thank you to the members of our Soul Business Academy who are our podcast sponsors, and also our extended Sacred Changemakers community who are helping us to make a global impact aligned with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, all visible on our website.If you would like to support our show:Please rate, review, and subscribe to the podcast on iTunes and other podcast platforms. We would be SO grateful.Sacred Changemakers is a transformation company that believes in change for good. We partner with changemakers (coaches, consultants, speakers, authors, business owners, leaders, and conscious humans) who want to build a business that resonates with their soul. Together, we are making a meaningful difference in our world. If you are a fellow...
Henry Ford once said, “Coming together is a beginning. Keeping together is progress. Working together is success." In this episode, Chris discusses the importance of collaborations with industry peers, and how to do it successfully! He talks about his brand new podcast, This is Online Business, in which he co-hosted with his friend of 10+ years, Jeff Walker. Chris emphasizes the benefits that collaborations can bring, why it's a great learning tool for us entrepreneurs and his top five reasons for why it's essential for positioning yourself as an expert in your niche. Episode Timestamps[01:53] - The pandemic forced us to stay more connected[03:05] - Where the idea of This is Online Business came from[04:39] - Good people attract good people[07:12] - Cross promotion and the benefits it can bring[08:37] - The importance of co-creating content[10:33] - How to kickstart the collaboration conversation[13:23] - Combining resources and [15:19] - Where Chris and Jeff's friendship beganEssential Learning Points From This EpisodeWhat you shouldn't be worried about when it comes to collaborating with someone elseThe huge benefits collaboration can have on your businessThe importance of surrounding yourself with smart peopleWhy you should be building meaningful relationships Important Links & Mentions From This Episode Listen to This is Online Business on AppleListen to This is Online Business on SpotifyTake the Next Step Business AssessmentGet a Signed & Limited Edition of Rise of the YoupreneurJoin the Youpreneur Incubator WaitlistApply for Chris' Inner Circle, the Round Table MastermindSubscribe to Chris' YouTube ChannelBrowse the Youpreneur FM Podcast ArchiveThank you for tuning in!There are a lot of podcasts you could be tuning into today, but you chose ours, and we're grateful for that. If you enjoyed today's show, please share it by using the social media buttons you see on the player at the top of this page.Also, kindly consider taking the 60-seconds it takes to leave an honest review and rating for the podcast on iTunes, they're extremely...
If you're reading other people's content thinking, “Yeah but…”, there's a thought leadership idea ready to be nurtured and sent out into the world.Eva Jannotta walks you through why thought leadership is essential, how it fits into your business, and how to develop your own thought leadership ecosystemKey TakeawayThought leadership is not a one-and-done, quick-win type of strategy. The power and the strength of thought leadership are in its cumulative impact.We talk aboutWhat exactly is and isn't thought leadershipHow thought leadership differs from and works with content marketingWhere thought leadership fits into your businessThe phases of thought leadershipMeasuring the effectiveness of your thought leadershipLinksTo read the transcript, grab the resources and explore other episodes go to dianemayor.com/212
How Did They Do It? Real Estate
Join us in today's episode as we explore note investing with Jamie Bateman, an expert in buying and selling mortgage notes. Keep listening as he gives a walkthrough of this real estate investment strategy, plus its potential risks and advantages. Take the chance to broaden your investment knowledge by tuning in!Key Takeaways to Listen forMindset shift that led to a successful real estate businessThe importance of balancing personal aspirations with family obligationsReasons to switch from rental properties to mortgage note investingWhere to find mortgage notes to invest in today's marketDifferent strategies for scaling your real estate businessResources Mentioned in This EpisodeCraigslistBiggerPocketsNYSE PaperstacNotes Direct Microsoft Excel Spreadsheet Software Free Apartment Syndication Due Diligence Checklist for Passive Investor About Jamie BatemanJamie is an experienced real estate investor and business owner who has bought and sold mortgage notes since early 2018. He has acquired over 75 mortgage notes with principal balances in excess of $4M with collateral across 20 states and owns several small businesses and a multi-state rental portfolio worth over $3.5M. He has hands-on experience overseeing construction projects and managing properties and work experience in the title and mortgage industries.He values integrity, consistency, and transparency and takes pride in assisting those who are motivated to incorporate non-traditional investing strategies into their wealth-building plan. Outside work, Jamie enjoys spending time with his family, learning, leadership, faith, fitness, bourbon, fantasy football, and coaching.Connect with JamieWebsite: Labrador LendingPodcast: From Adversity to Abundance Podcast LinkedIn: Jamie Bateman To Connect With UsPlease visit our website: www.bonavestcapital.com, and please click here, to leave a rating and review!SponsorsGrow Your Show, LLCThinking About Creating and Growing Your Own Podcast But Not Sure Where To Start?Visit GrowYourShow.com and Schedule a call with Adam A. Adams
Becoming Bulletproof with Tracy O'Malley
"Healing is really important on the path to success. No matter how successful we get, no matter how much money, no matter how many accolades, if we don't have a healthy relationship to ourselves, nothing ever feels enough,"- Natalia BensonMy guest today struggled with cocaine addiction and was addicted to alcohol when she moved to LA, but Astrology helped her turn her life around because it spoke truth to her and helped her return to herself. Today, I bring you Natalia Benson, a master of astrology, birth charts, and soul blueprints. She's also a brilliant businesswoman who has brought the spiritual edge to the CEO life and the business world. Natalia walks us through her personal journey of overcoming addiction, how she started her spiritual practice, the pitfalls of self-sabotage, and the dangers of allowing fear to hinder our progress. Listen in as Natalia discusses her journey towards cultivating accountability and self-awareness and how incorporating vulnerability, spirituality, and self-awareness practices through astrology and the Enneagram can provide a holistic approach to understanding ourselves and our businesses. Plus, Natalia shares information about her coaching program, the Capricorn Academy, which is geared towards high-level business owners who want to deepen their sense of organization and leadership. If you enjoyed this episode, please leave a review on Apple Podcasts. And reach out with any follow-up questions or comments via DM on Instagram. You can also find additional resources on my website at TracyOMalley.com. What You Will Learn How astrology can help you gain self-awareness and speak truth to yourselfStanding in your superpowers—the importance of self-awareness and understanding yourself to make better decisionsHow to integrate spirituality and self-awareness into your businessWhy vulnerability is essential for more meaningful connections and growth in businessThe power of financial education and Literacy for personal and business successHow to use astrology to understand your potential and identify gaps in your businessThe transformative potential of spirituality and self-awareness in leading a fulfilling, purpose-driven life Connect with Natalia Benson Natalia Benson Natalia on Instagram Connect with Tracy Tracy's WebsiteTracy on InstagramTracy on FacebookTracy on TwitterTracy on LinkedInResources Enroll in the Capricorn AcademySecrets of the Millionaire Mind: Mastering the Inner Game of Wealth Book an Enneagram Kickstart SessionApply for VIP 1:1 Enneagram Coaching Email firstname.lastname@example.org
The numbers on your books are nothing to be scared of!In today's episode, I chat with Danielle Hayden CEO of Kickstart Accounting, about how data can empower you and your business.Tracking and understanding the data changes your mindset, says Danielle. Once you can pin down your numbers, you can make tactical decisions regarding questions like: Am I ready to hire? … How much can I pay them … How much do I pay myself? … Can I afford to join this training program?In this episode we talk about:The 3 numbers you need to know to be financially savvy in your businessThe difference between LLC and S-Corp What your relationship with your book-keeper should look likeDownload your free numbers dashboard HERE Or connect here:Website: https://kickstartaccountinginc.comInstagram: @daniellehaydenFREE MARKETING MASTERCLASS: How to build a profitable studio (that runs like clockwork) CLICK HERE
In Episode 71 of Brewing Up Creativity, Danielle LaBonté is joined with Danielle Demers, an Ontario-based website designer & Showit Design Partner that provides custom website design services and affordable Showit website templates for small businesses. Catch What's Inside The Episode:Danielle's journey into designing websites and starting a businessThe website platform Showit and its benefits for business owners and designersSome of the best things websites should have to attract paying clients or customersSome common mistakes that cause websites not to convert The best part of being a website designerGet 20% Off Your First Month or Year of Dubsado Here!Or copy and paste this link: http://www.dubsado.com/?c=daniellelabontedesignsFind Create With Danielle Online:Website: https://createwithdanielle.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/createwithdanielle/Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.ca/createwithdanielle/Get 20% OFF Create With Danielle's Showit Website Templates by entering BUC20 at check out!Support the showFind Brewing Up Creativity Online:Instagram: @brewingupcreativityPodcast Links: https://brewingupcreativity.buzzsprout.comWebsite: www.daniellelabontedesigns.com/podcastGet 50% OFF Your First Year With FloDesk Email Subscriptions by Using the Link Below or Click Here.https://flodesk.com/c/BREWINGUPCREATIVITYFind Danielle LaBonté, Our Host & Founder, Online:Website: https://www.daniellelabontedesigns.com/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/daniellelabontedesigns/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/daniellelabontedesigns/Subscribe to Our Monthly Creative Visionaries Newsletters Here
In this week's pep talk, I am sharing the 3 things that have truly helped our growth in hopes they help you too! In this episode we cover:The impact joining a mastermind had on my networkThe value of outsourcing in your businessThe importance of patience + pivotingCONNECT WITH HOLLY: TEXT HOLLY: 614-810-4236 or click hereJOIN THE MASTERMIND: Apply here to chat with HollyCREATE YOUR ANTI-SOCIAL STRATEGY: https://www.hollymariehaynes.com/socialI hope these tips help! Keep in touch! Leave me a message at hollymariehaynes.com or instagram.com/holly_marie_haynes
Itching to explore in Europe? Love food but not sure where to find local, authentic, and delicious meals? Check out our episode with Anne!On this episode, we are so excited to have on Anne, founder of Aquitaine Travel Guide, where she is based outside of Bordeaux, France. She went to culinary school to learn about the food in France, to eventually settling down with her husband to start a family. Anne loves to combine her love food to nature and take people on amazing food experiences to eat, sip, and enjoy everything about France!Some highlights we talk about in the episode:Learn more about Anne's food tourism business and how she started her businessThe history of Bordeaux and how Anne ties that into her toursThe variety of tours that she offers through her businessTop unique food options to order to in France and Bordeaux areaIs Anne's area known for white wine and cheese? Listen to the episode to find out!___________________________________________________Did you love today's episode? Don't forget to click "Subscribe" and share with us a comment on how you're loving the podcast so far!Are you interested in being featured as a tour guide or host on our podcast? Go to our website to find out how YOU can have a chance to share your story and elevate your voice by sharing more about your background, what you offer, and fun facts and tips about your city!Travel Experiences Reimagined Links:InstagramFacebookTwitterWebsiteSupport the show
Female emPOWERED: Winning in Business & Life
Hello there! Welcome back to another episode of The Female Empowered Podcast. In this episode, we will be talking about how you can establish an efficient and sustainable schedule for your business, your team, and most importantly, yourself.Why You Need To Establish Good SchedulesThe service-based industry is all about schedules because we make appointments and we service our clients during their appointments. We run on a schedule and scheduling can be the vein of your and your business's existence.So, in this episode, I will share with you how to make a streamlined and user-friendly scheduling to make your four-wall brick and mortar location profitable and sustainable!Let's talk about:Introduction to the topicThe service-based industry is ran by schedulesHow to create schedules for your teamLooking into the schedule of Pilates In The Grove and the factors that affect our schedulingHow many hours do you need to be available for the majority of your clientsKnow what it is that you want for your life and book your schedule according to thatTaking into consideration your team's availability and capacity to workDetermining when you want to see clients as the CEO of your business and when you need to do administrative workWhat works for me and my teamWhy you need to block off time in your schedule as the CEO of your businessThe benefits of using automated calendars or scheduling softwareEstablishing clear communication channelsCheckout Google Analytics for the popular call times for your business and other dataThe different seasons in your life and how it affects scheduling in your businessEvery action you take, decision you make is a vote for what your business will look like in the futureAre your schedules bringing you nearer or farther to your goals?If you are interested in learning about how I schedule for my team, clients, business, and myself, visit www.christagurka.com/workwithme. Get on the waitlist for the Inner Circle Program or you can already join the Fit Biz Foundations program that is currently open for enrollment.Looking for advice and resources to help you market and grow your clinic or client based business? Visit my website or follow me on Instagram!Thanks for listening! If you enjoyed this episode, please leave a review for the show to help other female fitness and wellness professionals find our podcast! Interested in being a guest on a future Female Friday episode? Email me at Christa@pilatesinthegrove.com!
My guest today is Craig Newmark – the Founder of the incredibly successful internet marketplace, Craigslist! Craigslist serves 700 cities in 70 countries and has 250 million users a month. In 2018, only four years after formation, Craigslist reached $1 billion in revenue. During the last eight years, Craig Newmark has been one of our country's most active and generous philanthropist. During that time, he has given away more than $200 million. In 2022 alone, he gave away $81 million, which made him the 24th most generous philanthropist in the United States that year. (01:50) Craig's parentsGrowing up in a Jewish family in New JerseyHow his father's death impacted his futureStress of going to college from a young ageThe influence of Sunday school teachers(06:29) Craig's Education (Computer Science)Mastering quantum physics and computer scienceUsing the first computer for the first timeBeing a nerd in high school and collegeBeing bullied as a kid(12:14) Advice for people who don't want to go to college63% of people graduating college on financial aidAdvice to those who don't want to goWhy 42 is not too late to start a companyAdvice to new foundersCraigslist started as a hobbyHow Craig became an accidental entrepreneur(18:53) Turning Craigslist into a real companyHow Charles Schwab got started on CraigslistTurning a hobby into a businessThe first dollar ad on CraigslistThe monetization philosophy of Craigslist(27:04) When is the right time to leave your job to start a company?When is the right time to leave a job to start a companyThe fear of failureWhy he didn't take money from CraigslistAdvice to other entrepreneursEvaluate and make judgments on the founderAdvice to those with founder syndrome(33:55) What went into the decision to hire Jim as CEOThe decision to hire Jim as CEOEarly on, Craig asked for the privilege of not being on the phoneTreating people the way they want to be treated(40:12) Customer service is a way to make more moneyThe CEO of Verizon (customer service is important)Dunbar's number and how it's been guiding principles at CraigslistNone of the figures can be relied onTop five elements of success(57:32) HumilityThe importance of being humble in search of excellence.One of Craigslist challenges.How Craigslist has dealt with these issues throughout the years.How craigslist dealt with the issues.(1:03:04) The downsides of having a lot of moneyNet worth is estimated to be between one and $3 billionThe downsides to having a significant amount of moneyHis obsession with pigeons(1:09:32) PhilanthropyCraig Newmark Philanthropies (CNP)Pigeon rescue vs other philanthropic giftsHow to get involved in philanthropyThe one piece of advice Craig would give his 21-year-old selfSponsors:Sandee | Bliss: BeachesWant to Connect? Reach out to us online!Website | Instagram | LinkedIn
What the heck is Massive Action and Passive Action?My friend, the answer to that is the difference between a 10-20 hour workweek you look forward to and a 50 hour workweek that leaves you exhausted.Most health and wellness business owners focus on the wrong things and it completely burns them out.You're not going to be one of them.On this episode you're going to hear:The 3 step process for quickly executing any task in your businessThe secret 5 min start to your focused work time so you can get everything on your to-do list done even if you aren't motivated or inspired to do itWhat to do with the unfinished projects you're currently dreading finishingEnjoy!Subscribe To The Profitable Nutritionist™ PodcastApple | Spotify | YouTube Work with Andrea Nordling:
How Did They Do It? Real Estate
Today's conversation is with Tom Higgins, and we will talk about his extensive experience in property renovation, particularly in aged assets and demographically targeted growth areas. You'll discover how he and his company were able to invest in cash-flow-yielding areas and his insights on risk mitigation, so be sure to watch the entire episode!Key Takeaways to Listen forReasons mini multifamily properties built in the 1900s have greater valueCharacteristics of the ideal real estate market to invest inFund vehicles and why they matter in growing your real estate businessThe ultimate dos and don'ts of value-add asset renovationWays to counter and mitigate possible multifamily risks in today's economyResources Mentioned in This EpisodeColumbia UniversityFree Apartment Syndication Due Diligence Checklist for Passive InvestorKeep up with observations, opinions, and other relevant multifamily real estate news by signing up for Terra Capital's Newsletter at https://shorturl.at/wyFJW.About Tom HigginsTom is the co-founder and managing partner of Terra Capital. He has developed and renovated over 2,000 multifamily units throughout the United States. His projects include everything from duplexes in the suburbs of Pittsburgh to a 1 million sq. ft. skyscraper in the heart of NYC's financial districtBefore Co-Founding Terra, Tom spent over a decade working for some of the largest and most successful real estate brokers, investors, and development companies in the country, where he was responsible for over $1.5b+ of real estate assets, acquiring the experience and knowledge necessary to lead Terra's first-class development teams.Connect with TomWebsite: Terra CapitalTo Connect With UsPlease visit our website: www.bonavestcapital.com and please click here, to leave a rating and review!SponsorGrow Your Show, LLCThinking About Creating and Growing Your Own Podcast But Not Sure Where To Start?Visit GrowYourShow.com and Schedule a call with Adam A. Adams
If you're a brand new coach looking for clients or are a more established coach looking for more automated ways to find leads that turn into clients, then this episode is going to be for you. Rejoining me on this episode of Art of Online Business is long-time guest Neill Williams. She is one of the coaches in my Accelerator coaching program and she helps coaches sell out their own programs!She's going to teach us her 100K Ads & Funnel Framework™️ for selling out your coaching program. There are five elements of this framework and when you actually follow the steps, even the ones that seem obvious, you'll see that this stuff really does work. I want you to take what you learn in this episode and implement it. Neill is a Master Certified Life and Time Coach through The Life Coach School, host of The Unbusy Your Life podcast (https://www.neillwilliams.com/podcast), and creator of the $10K in 10 Hours Mastermind. Only after ditching her own belief that success was measured by the number of hours worked was Neill about to achieve true lifestyle freedom while juggling her roles as a mom, wife, Master Certified Coach, entrepreneur, and employee. Now, she helps too-busy high-achieving online entrepreneurs and side hustlers make the money they desire without sacrificing their time or lifestyle freedom.In this episode, you'll learn:Why you can't outspend bad marketing What we really need to understand for funnels to workWhat to do if you're struggling with your mindsetHow your marketing funnel can help you build skills that are an asset to your businessThe most important part of your marketing strategyThe things you need to focus on first to sell your programWhat to do if you're not getting the traction you wantWhy the number of tests you're willing to do mattersThe consistency and sustainability of your funnels Neill's program and how she helps people with their funnels Links & Resources:Check out Neill's workshopListen to Neill's previous episode The Art of Online Business websiteDM me on InstagramVisit my YouTube channelThe Art of Online Business clips on YouTubeFull episodes of The Art of Online Business Podcast on YouTubeThe Art of Online Business Podcast websiteCheck out my Accelerator coaching program*Disclosure: I only recommend products I use and love and all opinions expressed here are my own. This post may contain affiliate links that at no additional cost to you, I may earn a small commission.Neill Williams Links:Check out Neill's websiteListen to the Unbusy Your Life podcastFollow Neill on InstagramConnect with Neill on FacebookFull show notes available at www.rickmulready.com/698
Blissful Biz with Susanne Rieker
Ever hear crazy success stories and wonder how on earth they did it?
I have a tough pill to swallow today. And I am going to share a mistake you might be making that could be sabotaging your business (without you even realizing it).In this episode, I am sharing:Why you shouldn't pivot your business to fit your personal interests The difference between building a personal brand and a businessThe real purpose of your content (it might surprise you)__ Thank you so much for listening! If you enjoyed today's episode, can you leave us a 5-star rating and review on your preferred podcast app?I know if you listen to a lot of podcasts, you have heard this a ton, but whoever created podcasts made it the key metric for podcast growth and performance.Reviews help us get seen. Plus, we all like hearing nice things about ourselves, right? You look so good in those jeans, and I LOVE your hair.See! Felt good, didn't it!You can also connect with us right on Instagram! Its @quantumcoursecreator. We'd love to connect! We'd even tell you to your insta-face that those jeans look great on you. Really tho- did you do something new with your hair? ;) www.JessOConnell.com
Despite what modern society tells us, it is possible to build a thriving business that allows you to balance your professional and personal life. With the right approach you can make a 7-figure income and still have ample time for the things that are the most important. In this episode, entrepreneur and evergreen high ticket sales expert, Nicole Culver, joins Jake and spills her secrets to creating a 7-figure business while only working 15 hours a week! You'll learn her simple approach to attracting high ticket clients quickly and effectively, as well as how she manages to be a present mom while running a profitable business. Plus, Nicole reveals the #1 way to bring in leads every day and sales every week. Whether you're a seasoned entrepreneur or just starting out, this episode is packed with actionable tips to help you build the successful business of your dreams.What You'll LearnWhy evergreen high ticket sales is the best path for many entrepreneursHow to work 15 hours a week and make 7 figuresHer simple approach to getting high ticket clients quickly How she manages being a present mom while running a profitable businessThe #1 way to bring in leads every day and sales every weekAbout NicoleNicole Culver helps experts create simple evergreen sales in their business so they can scale up their sales, without any more time from them. She quit teaching in 2011 to be a CEO and has been running an online business ever since. Nicole runs her company with her husband Dan and has been able to grow a 7 figure business working just 15 hours a week.Connect with NicoleFollow Nicole on IG - @nicoleculverListen to Nicole's Podcast - The Shift Show - Nicoleculver.co/podcastSubscribe to Nicole's Exclusive Podcast Experience - The Evergreen ExperienceConnect with JakeBuy Jake's Bestselling Book, Big Idea To Bestseller Follow Jake: @jakekelferSubscribe to Jake's YouTube Channel - @jake_kelfer Text ELEVATE to 661-669-7363 for weekly book & business tips! Get Instant Access To Jake's Free Training: How To Write And Launch A Bestselling Book In 1 Hour A Day
Bitch Slap ...The Accelerated Path to Peace!
In this episode, I discuss the incredible advice I received from Pedro Adeo about focusing on low-ticket offers to grow my testimonial business. Tune in as I share my journey, struggles, and Pedro's strategy that has helped me regain focus and take my business to new heights.Show Notes:How Pedro Adeo's advice changed my perspective on low-ticket offersStruggles I faced while trying to grow my testimonial businessThe importance of focusing on one aspect of your businessThe power of low-ticket offers in attracting a wider audienceHow asking your audience can help you make better decisionsThe benefits of taking messy action and pressing forwardWant help getting your customer testimonials go to www.TestimonialGuy.comEmail me: email@example.comFor social Media: https://www.instagram.com/mrmischaz/https://www.facebook.com/MischaZvegintzovSubscribe and share with your business associates who could use a listen!
Lurking in your notebook somewhere could be your most profitable idea yet. But with all those ideas, how do you pick the right one?Sankeetha Selvarajah walks you through how to evaluate all the ideas lurking in your notebooks as well as your latest shiny objects to pick the profitable one.Key TakeawayJust because you have a great idea, it doesn't mean you need to implement it right away - you can pursue it as a hobby, sell it or save it for later. We talk aboutThe problem with entrepreneurs' ideasThe first filter that your idea needs to pass through before you invest time or money in itThe seven steps to evaluate your ideasThe one cost everyone forgets to factor inWhat to do when you've selected your idea (hint: it's not just launch it)Sankeetha's lifestyle boundary for her businessThe worst cookie-cutter advice Sankeetha's been given on her businessLinksTo read the transcript, grab the resources and explore other episodes go to dianemayor.com/208
Get ahead of your real estate game as Dr. Pranay Parikh breaks down how acquisitions, asset management, syndications, and capital raising work. Stay connected to establish great partnerships and generate steady deal flow to achieve long-term business success today!WHAT YOU'LL LEARN FROM THIS EPISODEHow Ascent Equity helps real estate syndicators do their investmentsWhy consistent communication matters in business relationshipsAdvantages of implementing the right operating systems for your businessThe power of establishing your company's core values Significant benefits of finding the right partners and participating in mastermind groups RESOURCES/LINKS MENTIONEDPeter Kim: https://www.linkedin.com/in/peterkimmd/ Vivid Vision by Cameron Herold | Paperback: https://amzn.to/3J7M6sD Hardcover: https://amzn.to/3SE2tAd, and Kindle: https://amzn.to/3J8y8qp Actively Passive Investing Show with Travis Watts: https://www.bestevercre.com/podcast/tag/actively-passive-show ABOUT DR. PRANAY PARIKH Dr. Pranay Parikh is a medical doctor, serial entrepreneur, and podcast host. His unconventional journey to medicine helped him learn the skills to excel in entrepreneurship and real estate. Over the past 16 months, he's bought over $200 million in real estate and helped hundreds of others invest in real estate without being a landlord.CONNECT WITH DR. PRANAY Website: Ascent Equity Group: https://ascentequitygroup.com/ | From MD to Entrepreneur with Dr. Pranay Parikh: https://www.frommd.com/ Podcast: From MD to Entrepreneur with Dr. Pranay Parikh | Apple: shorturl.at/itAGZ and Spotify: shorturl.at/bpHITLinkedIn: Pranay Parikh M.D.: https://www.linkedin.com/in/pranay-parikh/CONNECT WITH USWant a list of top-rated real estate conferences, virtual meetups, and mastermind groups? Send Tate an email at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more about real estate using a relational approach.Looking for ways to make passive income? Greenlight Equity Group can help you invest in multifamily properties and create consistent cash flow without being a landlord. Book a consultation call and download Tate's free ebook, "F.I.R.E.-Financial Independence Retire Early via Apartment Investing," at www.investwithgreenlight.com to start your wealth-building journey today!
Life Changing Money with Barbara Schreihans
This week on the Life Changing Money Podcast, I am chatting with Cody Jefferson. He coaches and advises CEO's, business owners, and entrepreneurs on scaling their businesses and growing their impact and influence, all without sacrificing their souls on the altar of their success.Listen in as he provides a mix of spiritual tools and deep coaching practices that will help you become self-aware and accountable when it comes to financial success and creating life changing money!Topics discussed on today's episode:How to land speaking gigsThe number one thing he focused on to grow his businessThe main money mindset obstacle he sees most people struggle withHis favorite investments that are making him moneyFavorite Quote:You can think you're worthy of money. You can tell yourself you are. But being honest with yourself doesn't mean you're telling the truth.Connect with Cody Jefferson:www.codyjefferson.comwww.etlroundtable.comwww.instagram.com/cody_jeffersonHow To Get Involved:Life-Changing Money is a podcast all about money. We share stories of how money has impacted and radically changed the lives of others, and how it can do the same for you. Your host, Barbara Schreihans (pronounced ShREE-hands) is the founder and CEO of Your Tax Coach, and the Creator of the Write Off Your Life Course. She is a kickass tax strategist, business coach, and all-around master when it comes to wealth and finances. Barbara aids business owners and high net-worth individuals in saving tens of millions of dollars in taxes while also growing their profits.When she's not leading her team, coaching clients, or dreaming up new goals for her company, you can find her drinking coffee, hanging out with her family, and traveling the world.Grab a cup of coffee and become inspired as we hear from those who have overcome and are overcoming their self-limiting beliefs and money mindsets!Do you have a burning question that you'd love to hear answered on a future show?Please email it to: email@example.comSign Up For Our NewsletterLife Changing Money PodcastGet Tax Help!
As I am sure you know by now, sometimes life kicks you in the face. And if you are building a personal brand business, or have a program that includes a LOT of delivery, this can really be detrimental to your business!If you suddenly and unexpectedly lose the capacity to show up for your business, how do you keep things running smoothly?In this episode, I am sharing:What it means to life-proof your businessThe 3 systems you need in place to be able to step awayHow to keep money coming in month after month, even if you can't show up__ Thank you so much for listening! If you enjoyed today's episode, can you leave us a 5-star rating and review on your preferred podcast app?I know if you listen to a lot of podcasts, you have heard this a ton, but whoever created podcasts made it the key metric for podcast growth and performance.Reviews help us get seen. Plus, we all like hearing nice things about ourselves, right? You look so good in those jeans, and I LOVE your hair.See! Felt good, didn't it!You can also connect with us right on Instagram! Its @quantumcoursecreator. We'd love to connect! We'd even tell you to your insta-face that those jeans look great on you. Really tho- did you do something new with your hair? ;) www.JessOConnell.com
We're great at dreaming big when we start our businesses but when was the last time you sat back and asked yourself if that was still your dream?Teresa Heath-Wareing walks you through defining your own version of success, what to do when that dream doesn't match your successful (bill-paying) business, and how to plot a course toward it.Key TakeawayEnjoying where you are in the journey makes you more resilient when you're knocked off course. We talk aboutDefining your dream businessHow to navigate pivoting when your dream changesHow to take everyone on the journey with youWhat knocks us off the dream wagonThe key to staying on course for your dream however long it takesTeresa's lifestyle boundary for her businessThe worst cookie-cutter advice Teresa's been given on her lifestyle businessLinksTo read the transcript, grab the resources and explore other episodes go to dianemayor.com/207
It's hard to believe this is the 200th episode of The Profitable Photographer Podcast. But you know what they say… time flies when you're having fun!And believe me, when I say, this episode was so much fun to record! To celebrate our 200th episode, the interview tables were turned and I was interviewed by a good friend, coaching client, and fellow podcast colleague, Kathleen Kent of Kathleen Kent Photography and The Household Six Podcast. Honestly, it was a little nerve-wracking turning the interviewer's microphone over to Kathleen. After all, what do you ask a podcast host that's hosted 200 photography business episodes? Well, as I'm sure you can guess, I shouldn't have worried at all. Kathleen was an amazing host and brought some very insightful questions to our time together. Not only did we take a trip down memory lane to chat about how I got started as a photographer, but she also asked me about the choices I made in my early days of business, and if any of those still stand the test of time. (Spoiler alert, they most definitely did!)Listen in as we talk about:How being involved in the photography community has impacted my businessThe moment I knew that I wanted to be a photography coachThe pieces of advice I give to my photography coaching clients over and over againMy strategy for building a personal brandWhy you should just go for it when it comes to hiring a photography business coachAnd finally, why I started The Profitable Photography podcast. I might be biased, but this episode is jam-packed with so much goodness, and Kathleen and I had such a fun time chatting together! Also, don't forget, you can watch my interview with Kathleen on The Profitable Photographer Podcast Youtube channel. Be sure to subscribe so you don't miss an episode!Interested in connecting with Kathleen? You can find her here: https://kathleenkentphoto.com@kathleenkentphotography on Instagram and Facebook@householdsixpodcast on Instagramhttps://householdsixpodcast.wpcomstaging.com/Photography Business Coach Luci Dumas' Programs and Contact Info:firstname.lastname@example.org://www.instagram.com/theprofitablephotographer_pod/https://www.facebook.com/LuciDumasCoachinghttps://www.youtube.com/channel/UCut3Qk6t6Z2DUJYEYGSCfKA
David Fradin has trained thousands of managers throughout the world. He infuses his workshops with insights and experiences gained as a product leader at companies like Apple & HP. He was classically trained as an HP Product Manager and was then recruited by Apple to bring the first hard disk drive on a PC to market. As a result of his leadership & management skills, Apple promoted David first to Apple Group Product Manager & later Business Unit Manager at the same organizational level at the same time as Steve Jobs. Based upon his over five decades of experience, David is the author of the Wiley Book "Successful Product Design and Management Toolkit", "Building Insanely Great Products" and "Organizing and Managing Insanely Great Products" all available on Amazon worldwide. Over the years, David has been responsible for 75+ products representing over $250M in revenue. In addition to all these, he is also a Distinguished Professor of Practice and Advisor in Product Management Programs. Key Takeaways David talks about the knowledge and skills that he's picked during his career at HP and AppleThe events that led up to the misguided decisions that Hp made; including the acquisition of Compaq and Tandem under Carly Fiorina The underdog mistake that most small computer companies make i.e. Defining themselves as focused on the mini-computing market rather than the computing market. Much like how railroad companies in the past have failed to identify themselves as being a part of the larger transportation marketThe devastating side effects caused by the chasing of quarterly profits by top management - as opposed to pursuing increased annual results - and how this has devastated top companies such as HP, resulting in financially based decision making instead of customer-based decision making. Why customer satisfaction will always be the number one indicator for success in businessThe evolution of tech companies through the years, and why companies such as Xerox, even with their amazing inventions, failed to reach peak potential or market dominance David shares his 5-step process for product success; one that has been fruitfully used by massive companies like Apple Connect with David Website - https://spicecatalyst.com/ LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/davidfradin/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/DavidFradin1
Private Practice Success Stories
Are you looking for more flexibility and freedom than your current job can give you? Starting a part-time private practice might be the answer. In this episode of Private Practice Success Stories, I sat down with Farwa Husain, a Start and Grow Your Private Practice Student, who started her own private practice that allows her to work only three days a week and with the clients she is passionate about- Gestalt Language Processors. Having her own private practice offers more flexibility and higher pay than she was getting in the schools. It also allows her to pick up her kids at school and have the flexibility to be there for her family when they need her since her husband travels for work. In this episode, Farwa talks about how having a private practice has allowed her to be joyful in her practice again and how she's proud of what she's built. She also shares her tips on networking, community, and getting referrals. Farwa Husain is an experienced bilingual speech language pathologist and private practice owner of One-on-One Speech Therapy located in Raritan, NJ. She obtained her Master of Science degree in Speech Language Pathology from Teachers College, Columbia University. Farwa presented at the 2022 American Speech and Hearing Association (ASHA) National Convention on ”Using Natural Language Acquisition to Support Autistic and Neurotypical Gestalt Language Development .“ She was awarded the 2021 and 2022 Award for Continuing Education (ACE) from ASHA. Farwa is currently serving as President of Morris County Speech and Hearing Association. Farwa takes a holistic, sensory-driven, play-based approach to support children's language development and goals. In Today's Episode, We Discuss:Why Farwa decided to start a pediatric private practiceThe freedom you get when you have a private practiceHow the Start and Grow programs helped Farwa start her businessThe joy that having a private practice has brought FarwaHow it has impacted her familyWhere Farwa's referrals come fromHow having a specialty helped grow her practiceThe importance of forming communities Why you should always charge your worthI hope you enjoyed this conversation with Farwa! I love how she put herself and her family first. She created a part-time private practice that allows her the flexibility and finances that her family needs to thrive. To learn more about how we help SLPs and OTs start, grow, and scale private practices, send us a DM on Instagram - @IndependentClinician - with the word START or GROW and let's chat about your situation and how we can help you!Resources Mentioned: Visit Farwa's website: https://www.oneononespeechtherapy.com/Follow Farwa on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/one.on.one.speechtherapy/Where We Can Connect: Follow the Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/private-practice-success-stories/id1374716199Follow Me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/independentclinician/Connect on Facebook:
Would you ever go outside of a big city to explore something smaller, sweet, and with lots of history based in England? We have an amazing episode for you!On this episode, we are delighted to have on Roger, founder of Experience Hampshire, where he has been in the travel industry for many years before deciding to create a space to connect travelers with local experiences based on the area of which he lived. Roger's company offers something for everything; between families, couples, and even solo travelers to enjoy unique experiences that showcase the best of Hampshire county.Some highlights we talk about in the episode:Learn more about Roger's background and why he started his travel businessThe experience of visiting Experience HampshireTop experiences for groups, couples, solo travelers, and familiesWhat makes Hampshire a unique place to visit The biggest difference between city and a town? Listen to the episode to find out!___________________________________________________Did you love today's episode? Don't forget to click "Subscribe" and share with us a comment on how you're loving the podcast so far!Are you interested in being featured as a tour guide or host on our podcast? Go to our website to find out how YOU can have a chance to share your story and elevate your voice by sharing more about your background, what you offer, and fun facts and tips about your city!Travel Experiences Reimagined Links:InstagramFacebookTwitterWebsiteSupport the show
We know we need to sell them what they want and then give them what they need but is your message telling them what they want to hear to buy?Melissa Harstine walks you through how to use customer insights in your business to get you more of the right clients and reduce your conversion friction and timeKey TakeawayPeople will reveal things they didn't even know they were thinking in a conversation in response to questions you might not have thought to ask before.We talk aboutWhat exactly customer insights are and why you should be gathering themWho to interview, how many to ask, and how to get them excited to chatWhat to ask to get the information you really needWhy “why didn't you buy” surveys don't workWhen it's time to switch from DIY to a done-for-you serviceMelissa's lifestyle boundary for her businessThe worst cookie-cutter advice Melissa's been given on her lifestyle businessLinksTo read the transcript, grab the resources and explore other episodes go to dianemayor.com/206
Today on the podcast we have blogger Mandy Merriman of Baking With Blondie. Her new book I'll Bring The Cake just came out and she is here to celebrate her journey and passion with all of us.What started out as a place to just store recipes online has now developed into a fun platform for sharing her love of baking, life and of course Taylor Swift.You are going to love this episode as it is filled with tons of motivation and sneak peeks of what to expect from her new book.In this episode we will cover:The journey of how Mandy started her businessThe importance of being authentic onlineThe great debate on box vs scratchWhat her new book has in store for you and so much moreReady to bring the cake to your next pop up, party or event? Click here to purchase her new book.Missed her Good Morning America segment? Click here to check it out and see one of her recipe demos. You can follow Mandy for more baking inspiration on Insta by clicking hereBusines FREEBIES:Grab my FREE resource guide and get 30 plus resources to level-up your home bakery business click here to grab my FREE guide and get more tips from me every week.http://bit.ly/bakersresourcesAre we friends on Instagram? If you enjoyed this episode TAG ME at @bakingforbusinessI really do appreciate each and every one of you guys and LOVE meeting new baking friends.
E. Ramey is an ISSA-certified Fitness and Nutrition Coach who does things a bit differently.As founder of DLA Personal Training & Nutrition Services, not only does E (yes "E") design functional training routines for his clients, but he also designs functional nutrition plans after he checks out your hormones.As you'll find out hormonal problems are much more common than most people think.SUBSCRIBEAPPLE | SPOTIFY | GOOGLE | AMAZON | STITCHERIn today's episode, you learn.....Why our guest's name is only 1 letterThe very cool influence his father had on the naming of his businessThe environmental factors that impact our healthWhy he encourages clients to get a blood test before working with himWhy he likes to work with frustrated clients ready to give up on their fitness goals... and much ... much ... more!Thank you for listening in today. It is my sincere hope you will listen ... learn ... and connect!E. RameyI am the owner of DLA (Don't Let Anyone) Personal Training and Nutrition. In addition to helping people with training and nutrition, I am also able to help people with Functional Health needs such as thyroid, hormones, testosterone, PCOS, gut, and more. In addition to this as my business, I am also the Director of Recreation and Wellness at Ringling College of Art and Design, where I oversee the Fitness Center, Club sports, Esports, and more. Also, I am on the board of Sister Cities of Sarasota as the Vice President of Sports, where my main role is to connect with the other Sister Cities around the world in terms of sporting events.You can reach E. Ramey at:Phone: (941) 323-6990Email: email@example.comFacebookFacebook GroupTwitterInstagramLinkedin
Making sure we identify, track, and protect the many IP assets that flow through our businesses is a common source of anxiety. That's why I created the Asset Tracker (also known as IP Tracker). You can download your free copy [here]. In this episode, recorded as a LinkedIn Live demonstration (I encourage you to watch the YouTube video for the most benefit), I introduce this new solution to help make sure you aren't losing valuable IP assets because they are gathering dust in your business attic. In this episode you will learn:Why it is so critical to track all of the IP you use in your expertise-based businessThe risks associated with failing to track and protect your IPA comprehensive introduction to the Asset Tracker, including the useful “How To” pageTwo step-by-step examples of how to complete the Asset TrackerThe Asset Tracker is going to be an essential part of your toolkit for tracking your most important asset as an expert: your IP. I am happy to introduce this product, and I encourage you to take a look. If you have any questions, comments, or feedback about the Asset Tracker, don't hesitate to contact me.Resources Mentioned:IP Tracker with Video Walkthrough: https://www.hourlytoexit.com/offers/RSa23wtP/checkoutYoutube Video:https://youtu.be/1N_r6TSFzQQ Connect with Erin and find the resources mentioned in this episode at hourlytoexit.com/podcast.Erin's LinkedIn Page: https://www.linkedin.com/in/erinaustin/Think Beyond IP YouTube Page: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVztXnDYnZ83oIb-EGX9IGA/videosMusic credit: Yes She Can by Tiny MusicA Team Dklutr production
Watch the #1 PR Secrets Masterclass to get you featured for free in 30 daysJoin the Small Biz PR Facebook Group to get the best PR TipsDownload the 10 ways to get free PR for your small businessDiscover the two must-haves you should include in every cold pitch you make. Join Gloria Chou in this episode as we go through the importance of specificity and relevance in pitching so you can finally make the journalist on the other side decide and say that “Yes!” that you truly deserve. Topics We Discuss in this Episode:Why pitching requires you to peel the layers of your businessThe two must-haves that make your cold pitch stand outHow to test if you are specific and relevant enough in your pitchMaking the subject lines of your pitch really matterThe whole point of pitching—making journalists respondPutting out to the world the puzzles of your small business Resources Mentioned:Join Gloria Chou's PR Community: https://www.facebook.com/groups/428633254951941Listen to Small Business PR Podcast:https://www.gloriachoupr.com/show-notes/this-pitch-framework-helped-thousands-of-small-businesses-get-top-tier-press-features-for-freeIf you want to land your first feature for free without any connections, I want to invite you to watch my PR Secrets Masterclass, where I reveal the exact methods thousands of bootstrapping small businesses use to hack their own PR and go from unknown to being a credible and sought-after industry expert. Register now at www.gloriachoupr.com/masterclass. Additional Resources:Get the PR Starter Pack10 Story Angles to PitchLet's connect on InstagramI'd love to invite you to my brand new PR Secrets masterclass, where I reveal how anyone can get PR for the business (no experience necessary!). Go to gloriachoupr.com/masterclass to watch for free!
Collecting Keys - Real Estate Investing Podcast
How to Systematize a Real Estate Business to Massive Scale with Steve RozenbergEpisode 95After being furloughed as a pilot in response to 9/11, today's guest asked himself this question: What do people who are wealthy do? And the answer is that a lot of them are in real estate.Steve Rozenberg crafted his skills as a communicator to jumpstart his real estate career, but he soon realized that wasn't enough. Real estate requires systems and processes just like any other business, so he applied his training as a pilot to build a sustainable business he then sold for millions. Now, he's a business coach and is sharing his expertise on today's show.In fact, hosts Dan and Mike were so impressed with Steve's knowledge that they hired him as their business coach after their conversation. Whether you work in real estate or another field, this episode has actionable advice that will help anyone work ON their business and not IN it.Tune in to learn how to scale a business through a strong foundation, proactive strategies, and intentional leadership!Topics discussed in this episode:How Steve ventured into real estateMistakes made early in his real estate careerCrafting his skills to grow a real estate businessThe power of mindset in business successWhy systemization is important5 essential parts of a business organizational chartInvesting in your business as a solopreneurUtilizing VAs and leading employeesSteve's future plans for his coaching businessA crazy real estate story from Steve's pastSteve's top piece of adviceLearn more about Steven Rozenberg and his coaching services here: https://steverozenberg.com/Check out Steve's podcast, High Stakes with Steven Rozenberg: https://steverozenberg.com/resources-for-investors/#podcastsConnect with Steve:https://www.linkedin.com/in/steve-rozenberg-20593553https://www.instagram.com/rozenbergsteve/https://www.facebook.com/SteveRozenberg1/https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCck4Ww77C6IoZQDPne9fHgQIf you're an established investor with money to invest, but not the time, check out the Instant Investor PRO Program! https://www.collectingkeyspodcast.com/storeDownload the FREE 5-Step Guide To Generating Off Market Leads here: https://www.collectingkeyspodcast.com/freeIf you are interested in learning from Dan and Mike to receive coaching and learn how they built their business, head to https://www.instantinvestorprogram.com and see if you are a good fit for the mastermind group!Collecting Keys Podcast Resources:http://www.collectingkeyspodcast.comhttp://www.instagram.com/collectingkeyspodcasthttp://www.instantinvestorpr
In this monthly feature episode, our CEO & Founder Mike Richards and Katie Hardie, head of our European division desk reflect on the month just gone and what's to come. On the podcast they discuss…Recap of the podcast episodes in March:Ep. 257 – Interview with Roger Aguilar, Treasurer at EZCORP, about treasury roles across different industriesEp. 258 – Mike Richards in conversation with Richard Bostock, Head of Partnerships & Business Development at C-Innovation. about the evolution of treasury recruitment Ep. 259 – Interview with Dennis Baljeu, Executive Director, Treasury at Vanderlande about Finding New Roles at the Right TimesEp. 260 – Interview with Kai Bremer, Director of Treasury at AUTODOC about talking different treasury languages Upcoming podcast episodes this April:Interview with Royston Da Costa, Assistant Treasurer at Ferguson plc Interview with Jean Furter, Treasurer at PolyUpcoming events:Treasury Career Corner Live in London on Thursday 13th April with Tanya Holden from Ocado and Matt Norris from Trillium Flow Technologies https://treasuryrecruitment.com/treasury-career-corner-live-london-2023/Virtual webinar on hybrid working with Mike, Katie, and Craig - https://treasuryrecruitment.com/hybrid-working-webinar/Mike attending the TEXPO Conference in Texas and Windy City Summit in Chicago https://treasuryrecruitment.com/windy-city/Mike hosting a virtual AFP webinar on Achieving Career Success Through Effective Networking and a Strong Personal Brand' with Lee-Ann Perkins & Joel Campbell' https://treasuryrecruitment.com/afp-virtual/Future Plans: Mike will also be speaking at TMANY, New York and AFP, San Diego – more details here https://treasuryrecruitment.com/treasury-roadshow/Mike and Katie will be attending Euro Finance in Barcelona to meet candidates from different markets Mike and Katie also discuss….The importance of tailoring cover letters and resumes to the specific needs of potential employers to help stand out and increase your chances of getting hired.Why rather than applying for a large number of jobs, it's better to focus on the top opportunities and put effort into customizing application materials for each one.Why successful treasury professionals prioritize learning, curiosity, and relationship-building.Why treasury professionals should be prepared for crises and disruptions, as this is where they can demonstrate their value to the businessThe importance of companies being open to hybrid working and flexible schedules to attract top talent.How European companies have traditionally embraced hybrid and flexible...
“When you take weird risks and opportunities, weird shit presents itself,” says Shawn Kolodny, whose large-scale installations are strange in all the right ways. Using polished steel as his primary medium, the Miami artist is known for his “balls,” reflective sculptures that exist somewhere between the realms of art, science, and magic. On this week's podcast episode, host and NOT REAL ART founder Scott “Sourdough” Power sits down with Shawn to discuss the artist's winding journey from business to industrial design to fine art. With an MBA under his belt, Shawn approaches his fine art career with an entrepreneur's mindset, explaining that he sees himself as the CEO of his own small venture. “I always look at the artist as an entrepreneur,” he tells Scott. “You're basically a small business where [you're] in charge of marketing, [you're] in charge of social outreach, [you're] in charge of inventory, [you're] in charge of general finances. Oh, by the way, [you're] also creating the stuff.”Realizing that many creatives lack basic business skills, Shawn created Ballsy, a podcast that investigates the habits and growth hacks of profitable artists. As the host, Shawn interviews financially successful artists to find out how they “got the balls” to sell their work and make art their career. “I look at every artist as a small business,” he says. “Whether that means [they're in the] Gagosian or whether that means they're on Etsy, every artist is a small business.” Tuning in, you'll learn more about Shawn's thought-provoking work and his nonlinear path into the art world. Shawn and Scott talk about the inherent value of constraints, the difference between a job, a career, and a calling, and how artists can get out of their own way by “falling forward.” Find out how you can grow the balls to sell your work by hitting the play button on our episode with Shawn Kolodny below. In Today's Podcast EpisodeShawn Kolodny discusses…How he became known for his “balls”The essential role of the sphere in his installation workA technical overview of his creative process and materialsThe evolving iterations of his art practice over the yearsHis unique journey into the arts and how he learned to “problem-solve with purpose”Tips for structuring your workflow and scheduling your responsibilitiesThe power of reinventing yourself while still making money from what you're known forWhy branding and audience are inherent parts of an artist's businessThe myth of “overnight success” and promoting the value of the hard slogFor more information, please visit http://notrealart.com/shawn-kolodny
In today's episode, Becca Pike joins me for a conversation on starting and scaling her brick and mortar massage therapy businesses into multi 7-figures and multiple locations throughout Lexington, Kentucky.We talk about:How she transitioned from working in the food and beverage industry to creating her own company renting a one room studio that is now two thriving locations with a 30 employee staffHer perspective on debt and investing at the beginning to start your businessThe three KEY personality traits you need to have to build a thriving businessHow she took her skills of in person and brick and mortar business building into her now multiple 6-figure online coaching businessand so much more!Becca Pike is a wife and mom of 4 young kids as well as an avid athlete and wine lover. At age 25, Becca found herself still bartending and scraping pennies together to sustain her less-than-exciting lifestyle of non-stop double shifts and restaurant over-time. After hitting an emotional and financial rock bottom, Becca turned a new leaf and dove head first into learning everything she could about business-owning. 7 years later, she finds herself the owner and founder of a 7-figure/30-employee service-based business as well as the Owner/Founder of a multiple six figure online business-coaching company. She resides in her dream home in Lexington, Kentucky with her husband, Mark, and children.Follow Becca:Instagram: 1beccapikeWebsite: hellyescoachingonline.comPodcast: The Hell Yes EntrepreneurFacebook: 1beccapikeIn Ava's world:
Watch the #1 PR Secrets Masterclass to get you featured for free in 30 daysJoin the Small Biz PR Facebook Group to get the best PR TipsDownload the 10 ways to get free PR for your small businessJoin us in this intimate and inspiring episode as I open up about how my generational trauma and scarcity can impact entrepreneurship. It's only by first acknowledging our inner landscape that we can change our narratives as small business heroes. Topics We Discuss in this Episode:What my generational trauma and scarcity really look likeHow I am healing generational trauma and scarcity Addressing the toxic and cancerous forms of capitalismThe need to be more self-aware as a leader and entrepreneurWhy you should elevate humanity in your businessThe mark of a true leader-entrepreneur Resources Mentioned:Join Gloria Chou's PR Community: https://www.facebook.com/groups/428633254951941Know more about Veronica Romney:https://www.veronicaromney.comIf you want to land your first feature for free without any connections, I want to invite you to watch my PR Secrets Masterclass, where I reveal the exact methods thousands of bootstrapping small businesses use to hack their own PR and go from unknown to being a credible and sought-after industry expert. Register now at www.gloriachoupr.com/masterclass. Additional Resources:Get the PR Starter Pack10 Story Angles to PitchLet's connect on InstagramI'd love to invite you to my brand new PR Secrets masterclass, where I reveal how anyone can get PR for the business (no experience necessary!). Go to gloriachoupr.com/masterclass to watch for free!
In this episode, I have my long-time business friend Erin Trafford as a featured Guest Expert. Erin is a Podcast Network CEO who specializes in podcast strategy, production, and promotion. Fun fact? She produced over 200 podcasts in 2022. Erin's background in radio and broadcasting paved the way to what she does today, as the Executive Producer and Founder of the Story Studio Network.In this episode, Erin and I talk about: Why podcasting can be an invaluable asset to your personal brand businessThe podcasting VS video debate and which side we land on (and why) Two questions you need to ask yourself when conceptualizing your potential show How podcasting can fit within the landscape of social media and email marketing Growing your podcast audience and reach … and other incredible gems that Erin shared (you won't want to miss her tip on how to use YouTube to expand the reach of your show! My mind was BLOWN). Erin's new program, Ready to Record, is an incredible opportunity for anyone who is interested in launching a podcast or wants to make their current show more successful. Click here to sign up for her free training: https://gemma003--erintrafford.thrivecart.com/ready-to-record-april-2023/640ca7e0f90a0/Click here to check out the program: https://gemma003--erintrafford.thrivecart.com/ready-to-record-april-2023/640ca7f2f90a1/---Don't forget to subscribe and review the podcast if you like what you hear: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-course-creator-show/id1470482672I love sending out emails to my peeps with helpful tips, inspiration, and free stuff I create and use in my own business. If you're already on my list, you'll see that I'll also be sure to alert you to the new episodes as they come out. If you aren't already on my email list, well babe… what are you waiting for? I can't wait to be BFFs with you and learn more about your business and goals and life.So make sure to get your cute butt over there. You can head to: https://gemmabonhamcarter.com/bestiesMake sure you go ahead and forward it to your biz BFF. Leave a review on iTunes. Share it on your instagram and tag me. I would give you some major online love for that.Support the show
Private Practice Success Stories
Are you ready to begin your entrepreneurial journey? In this episode of Private Practice Success Stories, I sat down with Jennie Bjorem to talk about her entrepreneurial journey. She shares her story about starting and growing her private practice, hiring and firing, starting programs and closing them, going from one location to two, and so much more. And she did this while starting her now wildly successful publishing company, Bjorem Speech Publications.She never used to think of herself as an entrepreneur, but now she fully embraces that identity as a multi-business owner. Jennie received her bachelor's degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders from Saint Louis University and graduated from Truman State University with her master's degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders in May 1999. She is the owner of two clinics, Children's Therapy Services in Overland Park, Kansas and Mission KansasJennie's area of expertise is in early intervention birth through 5, parent education and childhood apraxia of speech.Jennie is recognized for her advanced training and expertise in Childhood Apraxia of Speech by Apraxia Kids. Jennie travels the world speaking on the topic of CAS in her spare time. Jennie is the creator of the Bjorem Speech Sound Cues and the owner of Bjorem Speech Publications. She currently lives in the beautiful mountains of Colorado with her family. In Today's Episode, We Discuss:How she got started as a private practice ownerThe payments she accepted when she got startedThe importance of a growth mindset as a business ownerWhen she specialized in apraxia of speech and how it impacted her businessThe process of expanding to multiple locationsHow she started her publishing companyThe importance of relationship building and communitiesLeveraging other people's expertiseI hope you enjoyed this conversation with Jennie! I have been a fan of hers for years and learning about her journey is such a special treat. Remember, it's okay to try new things and see what works! It's also okay to stop doing the things that don't work for you and focus on what does. If you don't try new things, nothing will work! If listening to this episode inspired you to start - or grow - your private practice the right way, please visit IndependentClinician.com to learn more about the Start and Grow Your Private Practice Programs.Resources Mentioned: Learn more about Bjorem Speech: https://bjoremspeech.teachable.com/Subscribe to Jennie's YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/@BjoremSpeechVisit Jennie's TpT Store: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Bjorem-SpeechFollow Jennie on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bjoremspeech/Follow Jennie on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/bjoremspeechFollow Jennie on TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@bjoremspeechWhere We Can Connect: Follow the Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/private-practice-success-stories/id1374716199Follow Me on Instagram:...
Confessions with Jess and Cindy
“So it really is the topic. It's sadly, far less about the person and the accomplishments, the experiences, the biography of who is getting pitched, and more about how relevant that topic is to the host audience and how aligned it is with the type of content that they create and produce.” – Angie TruebloodIn this episode, we're thrilled to welcome Angie Trueblood of the Podwize Group to discuss the art of pitching yourself to podcasts. With her entrepreneurial spirit, innovative thinking, and super-connector powers, Angie deeply supports business owners who use podcasts as a core tenet of their business growth. Her passion for normalizing the voices of women in leadership positions shines through in her work. Whether you're a nonprofit pro, consultant, or coach, this episode will give you the inside scoop on the long-tail impact of being a podcast guest and how you can maximize the opportunity.How to strategically determine why being featured on a podcast is important for your businessThe power of podcast guesting for authority building and lead generationThe dos and don'ts of pitching yourself to a podcast, including how to personalize your pitch and the best way to reach outReal-life examples of good and bad pitches and how to make yours stand outNurturing relationships with the podcast host and their audienceConnect with Angie Trueblood:Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/angietruebloodWebsite: https://thepodwizegroup.com/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thepodwizegroup/?hl=enPodcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/go-pitch-yourself/id1480391075Find Us Online: https://www.confessionswithjessandcindy.com/Connect with Cindy:Cindy Wagman Coaching https://cindywagman.com/ The Good Partnership https://www.thegoodpartnership.com/Connect with Jess: Out In the Boons: https://www.outintheboons.me/ Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
The Wealth Without Wall Street Podcast
Did you know that having short-term rentals in your portfolio can be a powerful wealth-building strategy? Even better, you can do it as a passive investor so you can spend more of your time with your family, hobbies, and adventures and live a wonderful life. Find out how in today's episode with Sief Khafagi, CEO and co-founder of Techvestor, which acquires and operates STRs (short-term rentals). Top 3 Things You'll Learn:Criteria for selecting properties and marketsHow important it is to hire exceptional people to help you grow your businessThe two biggest things that will detract from your yieldAbout Our Guest:Sief Khafagi is the CEO and co-founder of Techvestor, which acquires and operates STRs (short-term rentals). Airbnbs. HNWI, private equity partners, family offices, and institutions work with Techvestor to start, scale, and grow portfolios in 15+ markets. Previously, Sief founded Scoutpads, helping thousands of tech employees diversify into real estate after spending nearly five years at Facebook. Connect with Sief Khafagi:Website - https://techvestor.com/Take Advantage of a Free Financial Strategy Call:https://go.wealthwithoutwallstreet.com/free-financial-callTurn Active Income Into Passive Income:https://go.wealthwithoutwallstreet.com/PIOSDetermine How Close You Are to Financial Freedom:https://go.wealthwithoutwallstreet.com/quiz—
In this episode of the Business Owner Breakthrough podcast, host Pete Mohr discusses the importance of profit and introduces a new concept called the "Profit Hierarchy". This hierarchy is similar to Maslow's hierarchy of needs and consists of five levels: wealth, relationships, leisure, health, and legacy. The first level is wealth, where business owners must generate enough profit to free up their time and invest in other aspects of their business. The subsequent levels involve redistributing the profit to improve relationships, leisure, health, and ultimately leave a legacy. Pete emphasizes the importance of taking action and planning to achieve one's desired level in the hierarchy.Here are a few things Pete covers:The importance of profit in businessThe five levels of the Profit Hierarchy: wealth, relationships, leisure, health, and legacyHow to redistribute profit to improve different aspects of life and businessThe importance of taking action to achieve desired goalsHow to create a plan to climb the Profit HierarchyIt's time to take action:After listening to this episode, consider where you currently stand in the Profit Hierarchy and where you want to be in the next year, three years, five years, and 10 years. Write it down and create a plan to achieve your goals.Download link: Pete's Downloadable Business Owner PlannerSupport the showTo Book a no charge Freedom Call with Pete, to see if you're a good fit for his business coaching head over to http://speaktopete.com to find a time that works for you! To connect with Pete: Website: https://simplifyingentrepreneurship.com/Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/petemohr_coach/LinkedIn at https://www.linkedin.com/in/petermohr/Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Female emPOWERED: Winning in Business & Life
Hey there! Welcome back to another episode of the Female Empowered podcast. Today I will be talking a little bit about the Beyond the Movement Mentorship Program. Let's decipher together if this the right program for you!The Beyond the Movement Mentorship ProgramIf you are a female business owner in boutique healthcare, wellness, or fitness, this is the episode you should be listening to.If you are tired of being the sole operator of your business where you wear every hat there is to keep your business running and going, if you are feeling burnt out, if you are struggling to find the right team members to help you step away from the day-to-day operations, and if you want to bring in more revenue and a higher salary without having to work 40 or more hours a week, the Beyond the Movement Mentorship Program will tackle how you can overcome these issues and reach your goals. I will also be talking about the Fit Biz Foundations Program, which is great for emerging businesses!Let's talk about:Introduction to this week's topicThe questions you need to ask yourself right nowGrowing your business for profit is necessaryWe might be great with the technical side of the business, but not so much with the business operations side of the businessThe problem with trying to do everything on our ownWhat hiring the right team members could do for your businessAllowing my team to help you live the life you want and grow the business while you are at itWhat to expect in the Beyond the Movement Mentorship Get out of the survival mode and into the thriving modeGiving back 10 hours to you each weekGetting to where you need to be fasterWith the right marketing, you do not only increase but double your revenueFor emerging businesses, the Fit Biz Foundations Program is the best route for youWhat to expect in the Fit Biz Foundations ProgramWhat past clients accomplished in the Fit Biz Foundations ProgramA rising tide raises all shipsWhat sets me apart from other business coachesMentoring you from my own experiencesIf you are interested any of my programs and want to see if I am the right coach for you, visit https://www.christagurka.com/. And if you think I am the right fit, schedule a discovery call with me at www.christagurka.com/discovery.Looking for advice and resources to help you market and grow your clinic or client based business? Visit my website or follow me on Instagram!Thanks for listening! If you enjoyed this episode, please leave a review for the show to help other female fitness and wellness professionals find our podcast! Interested in being a guest on a future Female Friday episode? Email me at Christa@pilatesinthegrove.com!
How Did They Do It? Real Estate
Find success in the world of real estate investing, as Ben Kall talks about relationship-building, overcoming fear, and diversifying your investments. Stop running away from opportunities and elevate your entrepreneurial and investing skills to continue growing your business. Hit that play button now!Key Takeaways to Listen forReasons why people find it hard to pivot into new careers Advantages of establishing relationships with lenders and clients Ways to overcome fear in your businessThe power of simplicity, taking action, and focus in real estate investingPerks of being a property managerResources Mentioned in This EpisodeRich Dad Poor Dad by Robert T. Kiyosaki | Kindle and PaperbackStart With Why by Simon Sinek | Paperback, Hardcover, and Kindle The Millionaire Next Door by Thomas J. Stanley and William D. Danko | Paperback, Hardcover, and KindleFree Apartment Syndication Due Diligence Checklist for Passive Investor About Ben KallBen is a former Division 1 athlete and Football coach at Kansas State University. He and his wife moved back to his hometown of Rochester, MN, and became a real estate agent and quickly built one of the top 5 teams within the entire Re/Max franchise. Ben's first real estate investment outside his personal house, was a 250-unit self-storage facility in 2018. This deal alone gave Ben the confidence he needed to catapult his life and business. Ben has now found his true passion in business within the Legacy Investment Group - a real estate investment firm that offers their investment partners the opportunity to invest their capital directly alongside theirs as they find opportunities to create excellent risk-adjusted investment returns throughout the market cycles. Since 2018 Ben has scaled his investment business to over $50 million AUM within self-storage, multi-family, and NNN across the Midwest. Connect with Ben Instagram: @ben_kall_To Connect With UsPlease visit our website: www.bonavestcapital.com and please click here, to leave a rating and review!SponsorGrow Your Show, LLCThinking About Creating and Growing Your Own Podcast But Not Sure Where To Start?Visit GrowYourShow.com and Schedule a call with Adam A. Adams
Is your funnel working for your business? In this episode of Art of Online Business, I'm diving into some of the problems I see people having when it comes to building a funnel for their coaching business.I can tell you what buttons to press in your ads and give you templates to use, but that's just one part of the process. It's really important to understand the bigger picture when it comes to finding what is and isn't working in your funnel. I invited my friend Neill Williams on to the show today to talk about this. She specializes in helping coaches fill their coaching programs and has had a good deal of success with her own funnels. Whether you are a coach or have a course or membership, this episode is going to be really helpful for you if you're looking to optimize your funnel for maximum sales. In this episode, you'll learn:Why you need to understand your target audience when creating a funnelWhy you can't outspend bad marketing How to make a successful lead magnet that leads to more conversionsThe importance of your ad copy when it comes to the success of your adsThe importance of having a testing mindset when finding what works and what doesn'tWhy you need to get in alignment with what feels right to you for your businessThe first steps to selling out your programThe mindset you need to have to create a successful funnel How Neill helps people leverage ads and funnels Links & Resources:The Art of Online Business websiteDM me on InstagramVisit my YouTube channelThe Art of Online Business clips on YouTubeFull episodes of The Art of Online Business Podcast on YouTubeThe Art of Online Business Podcast websiteCheck out my Accelerator coaching program*Disclosure: I only recommend products I use and love and all opinions expressed here are my own. This post may contain affiliate links that at no additional cost to you, I may earn a small commission.Neill Williams' Links: Visit Neill's websiteCheck out Neill's $100K Funnel ProgramListen to the previous episode with Neill Full show notes available at www.rickmulready.com/686
How Did They Do It? Real Estate
Uncover a lucrative approach to wealth-building and secure financing for your business as you dive into this episode with Serena Holmes, who will share expert insights on private loans, real estate investing, and business exit strategies. Listen until the end to establish a quicker route to investment success!Key Takeaways to Listen forA real estate investor's guide to navigating the private lending businessHow do syndicated mortgages work? Advantages of implementing SEO and outsourcing tasks in your businessKey considerations before exiting your businessThe importance of finding the right investor network Resources Mentioned in This EpisodeTigris EventsThe Accidental Entrepreneur by Serena Holmes | Paperback, Hardcover, and Kindle Free Apartment Syndication Due Diligence Checklist for Passive Investor About Serena HolmesPrior to becoming a REALTOR®, Serena ran her own multi-award-winning brand experience agency called Tigris Events for nearly 18 years. She grew to ten full-time staff at their head office in Pickering and over 2,200 part-time staff nationwide. She merged with another agency in February of 2022 to take the business to the next level, freeing up her time to focus on working as a REALTOR® and active real estate investor. Between taking courses/exams to obtain her real estate licenses throughout covid, Serena was also going through rounds of editing for her book, The Accidental Entrepreneur, which came out in October of 2021. Aside from work, Serena resides in Pickering with her husband and daughter. She is passionate about her family, traveling, health/fitness, wildlife, and sustainability.Connect with Serena Website: Serena HolmesYouTube: Serena Holmes | Durham Region & Toronto REALTOR®LinkedIn: Serena Holmes - REALTOR®, Investor and AuthorInstagram: @serenaholmesrealtor | @serenaholmesauthorFacebook: Serena Holmes, Realtor | Serena Holmes, AuthorTwitter: @serenahrealtorTo Connect With UsPlease visit our website: www.bonavestcapital.com and please click here, to leave a rating and review!SponsorGrow Your Show, LLCThinking About Creating and Growing Your Own Podcast But Not Sure Where To Start?Visit GrowYourShow.com and Schedule a call with Adam A. Adams
Get Paid For Your Pad | Airbnb Hosting | Vacation Rentals | Apartment Sharing
In the competitive and fast-paced world of short-term rentals, partnering with investors can be a game-changer for scaling your business. Partnering with investors is a great way to build up equity without getting a mortgage or investing your own funds. However, successfully finding and partnering with the right investors can be daunting. Josh Kristoff and his team at Nomad Capital Ventures have successfully scaled to 50+ units through partnerships. Josh is the Managing Partner of Nomad Capital Ventures, a real estate and property management company out of Jacksonville, Florida. He's participated in our Legends Mastermind and is currently in our Rising Stars Mastermind. In this "Get Paid For Your Pad" episode, Josh joins me to explore scaling a short-term rental (STR) business to 50+ units through partnerships. He'll share his expertise and his team's experiences in understanding the market, finding investors to partner with, and why setting clear goals is paramount. Plus, the most important thing investors look for in a partnership. Listen in to hear Josh's experience with multichannel bookings (the good and the bad), the most critical factor in building the investor-operator relationship, and how you can get started scaling your STR business through partnerships. Topics Covered Josh shares what Nomad Capital Ventures does and how they successfully run four complementary businesses (with 7 kids in the mix)How Josh and his team use their network to find investor partnershipsJosh shares his journey in learning about property managementWhy Nomad Capital structures their deals as a 506 BJosh shares the importance of having a clear understanding of your goals before entering the short-term rental businessThe importance of conducting sensitivity analysis against projections to ensure protection for both sidesThe most crucial factor for working with investorsWhy communication is vital to building investor/operator relationships and trustWhat a relationship entails from an SEC standpointThe delicate dance of multichannel bookings: Jason shares the benefits (and drawbacks)Connect with Josh KristoffJosh KristoffNomad Capital VenturesNomad Hospitality on InstagramResources Get Paid For Your Pad on YouTubeJasper on InstagramSubscribe to GPFYP on Apple Podcasts FREE Airbnb Starter GuideSTR Profit AcademyOvernight SuccessEmail email@example.comSponsor Legends X STR Accelerator Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Are you using YouTube to find paying clients? In this quick tip episode of Art of Online Business, I'm sharing a guest teaching episode with one of my Accelerator coaching members, Karin Carr. She teaches people how to use YouTube for lead generation so they can find paying clients. Karin Carr is a sought-after speaker on video marketing for real estate agents. A 15-year veteran of the real estate industry, she was named Real Estate Video Influencer of the Year in 2019 by Bombbomb. The success of her YouTube channel led her to begin training other agents on how to have similar results and in July 2018 her coaching program, YouTube for Agents was born. Karin is the Amazon bestselling author of YouTube for Real Estate Agents - Learn how to get FREE real estate leads and never cold call again.YouTube is an amazing way to grow your business because it helps you build trust with your ideal audience. You don't have to be a realtor to use these amazing tips to grow your business. In this episode, you'll learn:Why YouTube is the ultimate platform for finding paying clientsWhy organic YouTube videos can outperform paid adsHow this platform builds trust with your audienceMistakes people make when using YouTube as an asset for their businessThe importance of targeting your ideal client Why YouTube is such an effective way to grow your businessHow to get started using YouTube without fancy equipmentWhy consistency is the most important aspect of using YouTube for growthLinks & Resources:The Art of Online Business websiteDM me on InstagramVisit my YouTube channelThe Art of Online Business clips on YouTubeFull episodes of The Art of Online Business Podcast on YouTubeThe Art of Online Business Podcast websiteCheck out my Accelerator coaching program*Disclosure: I only recommend products I use and love and all opinions expressed here are my own. This post may contain affiliate links that at no additional cost to you, I may earn a small commission.Karin Carr's Links:Get the Video Boss BlueprintVisit Karin's YouTube channelCheck out Karin's websiteFull show notes available at www.rickmulready.com/685
Let's talk about business values.Your values are the foundation of your online business. I've been running my business for nine years, and putting my values into action has been one of the hardest things I've done. It impacts a lot more than you may think. When you're living through your values and making business decisions through your values, it can completely drive your online business success. Not only does it impact your revenue, but it also has a huge impact on your happiness. Our values allow us to differentiate ourselves from others and guide how we show up in our business and interact with others. In this episode of Art of Online Business, I'm sharing 10 ways your values can drive your online business success. It's not always easy, but you become so much freer in your business when you make decisions through the lens of your values. In this episode, you'll learn:Why business values are importantAn exercise you can do when you don't know what your values areThe values that I follow in my business and what they mean to meWays your values can impact your businessThe benefits of being in alignment with your valuesLinks & Resources:Visit Erica Courdae's websiteCheck out my Accelerator coaching programThe Art of Online Business websiteDM me on InstagramVisit my YouTube channelThe Art of Online Business clips on YouTubeFull episodes of The Art of Online Business Podcast on YouTubeThe Art of Online Business Podcast website*Disclosure: I only recommend products I use and love and all opinions expressed here are my own. This post may contain affiliate links that at no additional cost to you, I may earn a small commission.Full show notes available at www.rickmulready.com/682Apply for coaching with Rick today: rickmulready.com/accelerator
Have you ever thought about quitting your job and building your own business? Maybe you've daydreamed about having more freedom and flexibility in your schedule so you can spend more time with your family. Or maybe you're not feeling excited about your current work and you want to build something that you're passionate about. But on a practical level, what are you actually supposed to do? Do you quit your job tomorrow and dive into the deep end or is there a way to build something on the side while you figure out what works best for you?And what if you don't even know what kind of business you want to build?In this episode, Jordan talks with online marketing expert Amy Porterfield about her new book, Two Weeks Notice, which helps you make the transition from a 9-5 job to building your own business.If you've ever considered becoming an entrepreneur, but need some step-by-step help to guide you, this episode is for you! Tune in to learn:How to make the transition from a 9-5 job to building your own businessThe pros and cons to running a businessThe most common objections that hold people back from starting something newHow to know when its time to quit your current job and tips for giving your noticeTips to discover your business idea and your target audienceThree revenue-generating strategies that you can use to start a businessWant to dig deeper? Dig into these resources mentioned in the episode:Two Weeks Notice by Amy PorterfieldOnline Marketing Made Easy podcast with Amy PorterfieldGet $10 off your first Crunchi order with this link