“Are you an entrepreneur or self-improver looking to maximize your potential and tap into unseen resources for success? You're not alone. Having a personal board of directors can be one of the greatest catalysts for growth, truly monumentalizing both business and life goals. Curating a board that provides invaluable support, insight, guidance, and direction is […]
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Ah the good old Pub Quiz, everyone has their specialty. Some of you are probably history buffs, some music, some pop culture. They're a main stay in weeknight hospitality around the country, filling establishments on what might otherwise be a quiet night. Believe it or Not are the biggest name in the game when it comes to Pub Quizzes in New Zealand, producing over 250 quizzes annually for around 350 venues. First Up reporter Leonard Powell, the sports guy at pub quizzes, went to meet the team at Believe it or Not on their 25th Birthday to find out what makes a good quiz.
Episode 52 of ‘All About Art': Curating Frieze Sculpture with Fatos Üstek In this episode, I sat down with Fatos Üstek. It was announced earlier this year that Fatos would be curating the 2023 Frieze Sculpture Park, a major annual public art exhibition that places monumental works by leading artists throughout London's The Regent's Park during Frieze Art Fair, one of the biggest art fairs in the world. Listen in to hear me ask Fatos about her background in Mathematics and how it influences her curatorial approach. We of course talk about Frieze Sculpture 2023, as well as other projects such as FRANK Fair Artists Pay, an initiative she launched this year with two artists. We delve into her ideas for new structures for arts organizations and what Fatos envisions for the future of the arts sector. I also ask her about the experiences she's accrued being on the jury and in advisory roles for the Turner Prize, The Fourth Plinth, Jarman Film Award, and New Contemporaries (to name just a few!). Thank you Fatos for coming on the podcast and having such an amazing conversation with me. Fatos's website: www.fatosustek.com/ You can follow Fatos on Instagram here: www.instagram.com/fatosustek/ Further links to topics we discuss during the episode: FRANK Fair Artists Pay: frankfairartistpay.com/about Cascading Principles Exhibition at the Mathematical Institute at Oxford University: www.fatosustek.com/cascading-principles The Art Institution of Tomorrow by Fatos Üstek (to be published in 2024): www.lundhumphries.com/products/the-art-institution-of-tomorrow Frieze Sculpture: www.frieze.com/fairs/friezesculpture You can support All About Art on Patreon here: https://www.patreon.com/allaboutart ABOUT THE HOST: I am an Austrian-American art historian, curator, and writer. I obtained my BA in History of Art at University College London and my MA in Arts Administration and Cultural Policy at Goldsmiths, University of London. My specializations include contemporary art, specifically feminism and artificial intelligence in artistic practice, as well as museum policies and arts engagement. Here are links to my social media, feel free to reach out: Instagram @alexandrasteinacker Twitter @alex_steinacker and LinkedIn at Alexandra Steinacker-Clark COVER ART: Lisa Schrofner a.k.a Liser www.liser-art.com Assistant Producer: Leanne Dennis This episode is supported and sponsored by Synergy https://synergy.tech/the-clubhouse/
Not everyone wants to rock Steve Jobs' all-black outfit or Mark Zuckerberg's gray shirt paired with comfortable jeans every day; some want colors, statement accessories, or a funky pair of shoes! It's important that we love the clothes we want to wear every day. In this episode, we identify principles for building the perfect capsule wardrobe and unravel the world of personal color analysis.
Episode 173: The Casablanca Art School, Platforms and Patterns for a Postcolonial Avant-Garde This podcast about the Casablanca Art School's development in the postcolonial era of 1960-1970s, Morocco, was recorded during the time of the exhibition at Tate St-Ives, 27 May 2023-14 January 2024. It brings together for the first time a selection of 21 artists-activists who significantly participated in the various artistic manifestations and platforms, catalyzed by the Casablanca Art School (M. Melehi, F. Belkahia, M. Chabâa, M. Hamidi, M. Ataallah, M. Agueznay, M. Labied, H. Miloudi, F. Bellamine, Chaïbia...). Their multifaceted geometric abstraction itself working as a platform drawing a much bigger territory of action: critical journals and magazines, interior and graphic design, collecting and studying Afro-Berber popular arts, mural painting, street exhibitions… Eventually the CAS proves to be not only one of the most important postcolonial art schools of the Global South but also a social interface, for rethinking public space (through the arts) in Morocco. The exhibition referred to is curated by Morad Montazami and Madeleine de Colnet for Zamân Books & Curating. Morad Montazami is an art historian, a publisher and a curator. After serving at Tate Modern (London) between 2014-2019 as curator « Middle East and North Africa », he developed the publishing and curatorial platform Zamân Books & Curating to explore Arab, African and Asian modernities. He published numerous essays on artists such as Zineb Sedira, Walid Raad, Latif Al-Ani, Faouzi Laatiris, Michael Rakowitz, Mehdi Moutashar, Behjat Sadr, etc. and curated among other projects Bagdad Mon Amour, Institut des cultures d'Islam, Paris, 2018; New Waves: Mohamed Melehi and the Casablanca Art School, The Mosaic Rooms, London/MACCAL, Marrakech/Alserkal Arts Foundation, Dubai, 2019-2020 ; Douglas Abdell : Reconstructed Traphouse, Cromwell Space, Londres, 2021 ; Monaco-Alexandria. The Great Detour. World-Capitals and Cosmopolitan Surrealism, Nouveau Musée National, Monaco, 2021-2022. This episode was recorded via Zoom on the 19th of June, 2023 by the Centre d'Études Maghrébines à Tunis (CEMAT) To see related slides, visit our website: www.themaghribpodcast.com We thank our friend Ignacio Villalón, AIMS contemporary art follow for his guitar performance for the introduction and conclusion of this podcast. Posted by Hayet Lansari, Librarian, Outreach Coordinator, Content Curator (CEMA).
Welcome to HMSC Connects! where we go behind the scenes of four Harvard museums to explore the connections between us, our big, beautiful world, and even what lies beyond. For this week's episode host Jennifer Berglund is speaking with Stephanie Mach, the curator of North American Collections at the Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology. She focuses on the museum's historical, modern, and contemporary Native American collections. Stephanie is also a member of the Navajo Nation and the first Native curator for the North American Collections.
Wizards of the Coast, the company behind Dungeons & Dragons, is launching three TV shows! I got to sit down with the produder (Ned Donovan who is also a player, and Brian David Judkins, who is the GM) of the show, Encounter Party! We chatted about how they both got into the world of TTRPGs, how Encounter Party sprouted from a podcast to a television show, what their process is in curating an audience experience, and how this is D&D like you've never seen before!Encounter Party premieres tonight! At 9pm ET and PT on The D&D Adventures channel on Plex and Freevee! You can find us at: https://linktr.ee/queerpg You can find Encounter Party here: https://x.com/encounter_party If you're looking for some new dice, head over to https://fanrolldice.com/ref/2903/ and use code queeRPG10 at checkout to get 10% off! --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/queerpg/support
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Few large art museums in the world are dedicated to architecture as well as art, and joining us is Adam Lerner, the CEO of one of those, the Palm Springs Art Museum. A few blocks away, that museum owns another museum, the Palm Springs Architecture and Design Museum, location of an upcoming January exhibition on architect Albert Frey, the patron saint of Modernist design in Palm Springs. Curating that exhibition, we have the noted and in-demand Palm Springs and LA designer, preservationist, returning podcast guest Brad Dunning.
Daniel and Manton talk about The Verge article on POSSE, which mentions Micro.blog and includes quotes from Manton. They discuss the value of speaking to press to get your message out, and the increasing appeal of cross-posting to multiple social networks. Then they wrap up with testing SupportAgent.ai and the trend of personal automation tools — using computer assistance to create products that are more humane than they might have been otherwise. The post Episode 574: Curating All The Answers appeared first on Core Intuition.
Welcome to yet another episode of the MoneyfitMD podcast where we help badass women physicians build wealth from the inside out. I'm your host, Dr. Latifat, and today I'm thrilled to have the inspiring Dr. Claire, a breast cancer oncology surgeon.Dr. Claire is here to share her story of reclaiming financial independence after a life-changing divorce. She will drop some serious knowledge on prepaying spousal support, diversifying income streams, and intentional spending.So if you're a woman doc ready to take charge of your financial future, this is the episode for you. Tune in now and get ready to be empowered!And if you haven't already, snag my video guide on creating your Seven Figure Life at www.moneyfitmd.com/tmdGet your copy of the DONE WITH BROKE order nowReady to liberate yourself and become the CEO of your money & life? Join the only community exclusively for women physicians. The doors are open https://www.moneyfitmd.com/msbDo you have questions/ topics you want addressed in an upcoming episode? Fill out this form.https://www.moneyfitmd.com/podcast-questionsAccess our FREE 5- Day Video Mini-Series will change how you handle your finances. Visit https://www.moneyfitmd.com/cashflow to learn how to cash flow. As physicians, it's important that we are prepared for any economic downturn. This is why I am sharing the steps I am taking to be prepped. That way we can be well together.We are social:Facebook: https://web.facebook.com/MoneyfitMD/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/moneyfitmd/Youtube: youtube.com/@moneyfitmd
Vicki Regan Stauber spent 12 years in Marketing and Business Development roles before earning her MBA at Northwestern University. After years in corporate roles, she turned her attention to a long-held interest in fashion. During her tenure in fashion she founded Sway Jewelry in 2001 and then took on a role as a creative director/buyer at a high-end luxury retailer. Years later, Vicki returned to Northwestern to work in Admissions and special projects at the Kellogg Graduate School of Management. During her time there, she supported the work of Sally Blount in her white paper “Getting More Women into the C-Suite Means Keeping Them in the Talent Pipeline.” The disruption of the pandemic returned her to the ever-present reflection: “What do I love to do? What am I good at? Designing, Styling, Discovering, Curating, and Sharing.” These questions and answers led her back to her love of fashion, this time with a slight name change, Sway Into It.When not designing jewelry, mining fashion sites, hunting for an elusive pair of shoes in her size, or styling & personal shopping, she enjoys Pilates, walks in the Botanic Gardens, art, travel, and visiting her kids - one on the West Coast, one on the East Coast.In this episode, Nada sits down with Vicki to discuss why she returned to her jewelry business, why it took her so long to get into fashion in the first place and what she would do differently in her career. Vicki shares the importance of zigging and zagging and eventually seeing the dots connect to provide a foundation for the work we want to do. Check out swayintoit.com. Vicki recommends adding The Nigerwife by Venessa Walters to your bookshelf. And be sure to read Sally Blount's white paper, “Getting More Women into the C-Suite Means Keeping Them in the Talent Pipeline.” Follow on Instagram: @swayintoitPlease follow us at @thisislibertyroad on Instagram--that's where we hang out the most and connect with our community. And please rate and review this podcast. It helps to know if these conversations inspire and equip you to consider what's now and what's next. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
If you're super inspired by interior design influencers like Jonathan Adler or Chris Loves Julia, but you have no idea how to curate your own home to look like theirs, this episode is for you! Today we're joined by Holly Romero, the Founder & CEO of luxury custom furniture company Rosemary Mill Design, as she shares her best tips for curating a gorgeous (and cozy!) home, starting her business during the pandemic, and how she takes care of herself as a busy mom of two! Products mentioned: The infamous Konekt Thing Ottoman Resources mentioned: The Sleepy Poet Antique Mall Chris Loves Julia Lone Fox Home Le Labo Fragrances Some key takeaways from this episode include: If you're designing a room from scratch, start with choosing the largest items first. If you collect a ton of small decor pieces first, you could end up with a convoluted design in the end. Take your time sourcing furniture, artwork, and decor items that feel true to you and really mean something to you. It's tempting to go to Target or Pottery Barn and get all the trendy items, but having patience will pay off! If you've never tried thrifting furniture, maybe give it a shot! Check out Facebook Marketplace or local thrift shops like the Sleepy Poet for vintage furniture that might need a little facelift but is otherwise much better quality than what's in stores right now. Welcome to The Cheeky Been Podcast! I'm your host Vanessa Krombeen, the creator behind The Cheeky Been, a lifestyle blog that empowers women to feel their best through fitness, fashion, health and wellness, and motherhood tips. In this show, you will find thought provoking conversations with entrepreneurs, influencers, and brands you love and the answers to your most sought after questions. Connect with Me! Follow The Cheeky Been Follow The Cheeky Been Podcast The Cheeky Been Blog TikTok YouTube Business Inquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org
In this episode of Creative Guts, co-hosts Laura Harper Lake and Sarah Wrightsman chat with artist, curator, poet, and educator Fallon Rae. Fallon's name was mentioned when Creative Guts interviewed Mike Howat last year, and Fallon's been on the list ever since. Fallon's currently in a state of transition with her personal art, moving from themes of outer space to something more figurative. While she's evolving, she has plenty to keep her busy with the brand new gallery, Pillar Gallery + Projects, in Concord that she's opening with Mike Howat and the Mini Museum at Concord Mart! In this episode, we cover a host of topics from the pressure to make money as an artist to the pitfalls of social media to why showing your art in small businesses is actually awesome.Check out Fallon's work on the web at www.fallonrae.com and on Instagram and Facebook at www.instagram.com/byfallonrae and www.facebook.com/byfallonrae.You can find Pillar Gallery + Projects online at www.pillargalleryprojects.com, on Instagram at www.instagram.com/pillar_galleryprojects, and in person at 205 N State St, Concord, NH 03301. Listen to this episode wherever you listen to podcasts or on our website www.CreativeGutsPodcast.com. Be friends with us on Facebook at www.Facebook.com/CreativeGutsPodcast and Instagram at www.Instagram.com/CreativeGutsPodcast. A special thank you to Art Up Front Street Studios and Gallery in Exeter for providing a space where Creative Guts can record! This episode is sponsored in part by the Rochester Museum of Fine Arts. Thank you to our friends in Rochester for their support of the show.If you love listening, consider making a donation to Creative Guts! Our budget is tiny, so donations of any size make a big difference. Learn more about us and make a tax deductible donation at www.CreativeGutsPodcast.com.
BOOK LAUNCH EVENT SEATTLE NOVEMBER 15The Psilocybin Handbook for Women by Jen ChesakGet tickets on Eventbrite here. RSVP today! Capacity is limited.IG @thehigh.guide YOUTUBE @thehigh_guideEMAIL email@example.com Created & hosted by April Pride Sponsored by Of Like MindsIn this insightful episode, we embark on a journey to explore the crucial elements in preparing for a psychedelic experience: the Setting. Join us as we delve into the optimal environment for a psychedelic experience that is safe, meaningful, and profound.After listening to this episode, you'll have a better understanding of:Importance of preparing for a psychedelic experience by setting an intentionCurating an optimal environment for the psychedelic experience by making it safe and comfortable Techniques for cultivating the right mindset & emotional state when preparing for a psychedelic experienceSignificance of an optimal environment for the psychedelic experience Get bonus content on Patreon Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
BREAKOUT SESSION: Leading at Any Level Rising and elevating leaders of the now and the future have an opportunity to step into their potential by first seeing themselves as leaders as they navigate their careers, their business relationships and their growth. This session is designed to educate and empower leaders of their leadership potential, arming them with tools to combat challenges and exciting them to look forward to, and embrace their career futures, sometimes in unexpected ways. Key Takeaways: Identifying your default leadership style Reframing as a leadership tool Dealing with discomfort, fear, and imposter syndrome on your leadership journey Curating your Leadership Legacy Speaker: Jacqueline M. Baker Founder, Principal Consultant & Author Scarlet Communications Visit http://www.econclub.org/meeting/2023-young-leader-conference/ to learn more! #decylc
Book your 1:1 style consultation here: Book a Call Image walking into a crowded room and be noticed, being able to charge what you're worth, and opportunities are coming to you. Sound like a dream? No, it is the power of a Personal Brand Image. A personal brand image is essentially how you present yourself to the world. It's a unique combination of your skills, experiences, and personality that you want others to see. It reflects who you are, what you stand for, and what you offer. It's like your personal signature that distinguishes you from others in your industry or field. In the professional sphere, having a strong personal brand image is invaluable. Here's why: Differentiation: In a competitive market, a well-defined personal brand can set you apart from others. It helps you stand out by highlighting your unique capabilities and experiences. Credibility and Trust: A consistent personal brand helps build credibility. When people perceive you as a reliable authority in your field, they're more likely to trust you and your services. Career Advancement: A strong personal brand can open doors to new opportunities. It can attract attention from potential employers or clients and position you for promotions or partnerships. Increased Value: By showcasing your skills and expertise through your personal brand, you can command higher fees or salaries. People are willing to pay more for a recognized expert in the field. Personal Fulfillment: Personal branding allows you to be true to your personality, preferences, and values. It gives you the power to shape your own narrative rather than letting others define it for you. In essence, your personal brand image is a critical component of your professional success. It's not just about self-promotion, but about establishing your identity, building a reputation, and positioning yourself as a leader in your field. A well-crafted personal brand image allows you to present yourself confidently and authentically. It makes it easier for others to understand your value, which can lead to new professional opportunities. Curate Your Personal Brand Image: The Wardrobe Audit A "wardrobe audit" is a process where you evaluate the clothes you currently own to understand how they align with your personal style and image. It's an essential step when considering a reinvention of your personal brand image. Here's how it works: Inventory: You start by taking stock of every item in your wardrobe, from everyday wear to special occasion outfits. Evaluation: Next, you assess each piece based on factors like fit, condition, comfort, and how often you wear it. This also includes evaluating whether each item reflects your desired personal brand image. Sorting: After evaluation, you sort your clothes into different categories such as keep, donate, sell, or repair. Identifying Gaps: Once you've sorted your wardrobe, you'll have a clear idea of what's missing. These gaps could be essentials that you lack, pieces that could enhance your personal brand image, or items that could add variety to your wardrobe. Creating a Shopping List: Based on the gaps identified, you create a shopping list. This ensures future purchases are strategic and contribute to your personal brand image. Follow Afton Porter on Instagram Follow Afton Porter on Facebook
There is no denying the magic that can be felt when staying at a boutique hotel. Whether it's a historically significant, family-run legacy, or a modern trendy property, boutique hotels are an amazing corner of the hospitality industry. In this episode, you will hear from mother-daughter duo Kathleen and Amy Smith, owners of Saratoga Arms. Originally built in 1870, Saratoga Arms is an award-winning historic boutique hotel in the heart of downtown Saratoga Springs, New York. Trisha Pérez Kennealy, Owner and Culinary Educator of the Inn at Hastings Park, also joins to chat about her background as an investment banker, what led her to owning the Inn, how experiences at Disney have shaped the guest experience at the Inn, building a team culture, and more. Connect with Steve on LinkedIn Check out Steve's new Wednesday morning live show - Good Morning Hospitality! RealTime Reservation Offer This episode is brought to you by our podcast partners at RealTime Reservation. Their inventory management system is best in class for hotels and resorts to manage their non-room inventory. The web-based application allows for creative upselling of overnight and daytime visitors with add-ons and pre-planned packages. Hotel guests and non-guests can reserve cabanas, pool chairs, activities, amenities, excursions, events, day passes, and much more. To learn more check them out here! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In our last episode, we talked about the kinds of people you might want to bid adieu to if you're looking to create an uplifting inner circle. But in this one, we're diving deep into the kinds of people who can make your life feel as cozy as a warm, toasty blanket on a cold, rainy day. Yep, we're talking about the fabulous folks who lift you up and make you believe that the sky's the limit. These are the five fantastic individuals you want to bring into your life or hug tight if they're already in it because they're the ones who'll really help you shine and grow.
Tune in for an extension of my interview with Ourside founder Keta Burke-Williams, who sat down to discuss tips and tricks for finding your next signature scent. From sampler kits, to researching top notes, to approaching good smelling strangers on the street, there was so much to take away from this conversation! Products/Resources: Nishane (Ani), Ourside Fragrances, Fragrantica, FragranceNetJoin the Naked Beauty Community on IG: @nakedbeautyplanet Check out nakedbeautypodcast.com for all previous episodes & search episodes by topicRate, Subscribe & Review the Podcast on Apple Thanks for all the love and support. Tag me while you're listening @nakedbeautyplanet & as always love to hear your thoughts :) Stay in touch with me: @brookedevardFollow Keta: @keta.bw / @ourside.nyc Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Misfits Makin' It is the podcast component of the misfit comedy shows produced by Lauren LoGiudice. Show dates and info at www.laurenlogiudice.com In this podcast episode, Lauren speaks with director Shelley Lewis about her journey in the advertising industry. Shelly's story highlights her resilience and determination to create to the highest level, pushing boundaries at every stage. HOW TO SUPPORT THE PODCAST: Rate and review: Misfits like hearing from other misfits. Tell a friend: Misfits trust other misfits to tell them what's good. Sponsor a podcast: Affordable for individuals and makes the perfect gift. Support this art directly with a podcast that's custom-tailored to you or your friends. Make it happen by reaching out to firstname.lastname@example.org. CONNECT WITH SHELLEY LEWIS: www.shelleylewisfilms.com For work contacts: United States: www.magneticfield.tv Canada: www.suneeva.com Europe: www.i-c.tv CONNECT WITH LAUREN LOGIUDICE: Instagram: @laurenlogi Twitter/TikTok/Threads: @laurenlogi Website: www.laurenlogiudice.com TIMESTAMPS, BROUGHT TO YOU BY AI Lauren's Wedding Experience [00:00:20] Lauren discusses her experiences at a wedding and reflects on unresolved anger and comfort in reconnecting with old acquaintances. Podcast Shout Out [00:02:10] Lauren promotes the podcast "What's It Like to Podcast?" and highlights the interesting conversations with people who have gone through challenging experiences. Supporting Green Cramp Educational NGO [00:03:20] Lauren shares information about the organization's work in raising awareness on environmental protection, human rights, culture, and innovation, and mentions the option to donate via Venmo. Transitioning to Advertising [00:08:10] The speaker discusses their start in advertising as an art director and their desire to do non-traditional advertising. Creating a Controversial Tampon Ad [00:09:15] The speaker shares their experience of creating an unconventional tampon ad that sparked conversation and controversy. Challenges as a Female Director [00:12:45] The speaker talks about facing obstacles and discrimination as a female director in the advertising industry. Launching the reel and working remotely on a tour bus [00:16:02] Shelly discusses how she put together her reel and worked remotely on a tour bus while dating a guy in a band. Challenges and sacrifices during the launch [00:17:08] Shelly talks about the financial challenges and sacrifices she had to make during the launch of her career as a director. Curating work as a female director [00:21:18] Shelly explains how she curated her work to come across as male and kept her identity hidden as a female director. The influence of family and humor [00:23:20] The speaker discusses how her family's playful nature and her grandfather's treatment of her as a person, rather than just a girl, influenced her sense of humor. Influences from Bill Murray films and comedy in advertising [00:24:24] The speaker talks about how watching Bill Murray films and working in advertising shaped her comedic style and the challenges she faced as a woman in comedy. Finding inspiration through art and film [00:26:03] The speaker shares her philosophy of seeking inspiration through art galleries, gritty locations, and trips, as well as her habit of watching random movies to expand her film language knowledge. The influence of art forms on creativity [00:31:39] The speakers discuss the importance of seeking inspiration from different art forms to avoid recycling ideas within one's genre. Advertising's potential for cultural impact [00:31:58] The conversation explores how advertising, when done right, can create change and impact culture. Working towards equality and representation in advertising [00:32:30] The guest talks about her focus on female stories and representing diversity in her work, as well as her efforts to promote equality and incl...
Curating a well-stocked pantry can feel like a never-ending grocery list. Where to draw the line between different types of oil or salt? And what about recipes from countries around the world, with ingredients you may use once and never again? For our next installment of All You Can Eat, our collaboration with the KQED Food Team, we talk to chefs and recipe magicians about how to make the most of your pantry space — whether in the cupboard or the freezer — and how to maximize your food budget without sacrificing the flavor and authenticity of the cuisines you love. Guests: Ali Slagle, creator, the newsletter "40 Ingredients Forever" on Substack; author, the cookbook "I Dream of Dinner (so You Don't Have To)"; contributor, New York Times Cooking Luke Tsai, food editor, KQED Arts & Culture Linda Tay Esposito, chef; teacher, 18 Reasons, Milk Street Kitchen, and The Civic Kitchen - Esposito specializes in Southeast Asian cuisine Viola Buitoni, author, "Italy by Ingredient: Artisanal Foods, Modern Recipes" Sarah Kirnon, chef; former owner of Miss Ollie's
On this episode, Heather sits down with Kelly Butler, Marketing Director here at The Wilson Group Real Estate Services. Kelly shares how to show up on social media authentically and consistently, talks ChatGPT, and discusses ways to curate your online experience so that you stay inspired. If you have any questions please email us at email@example.com. We look to answer these requests in future episodes! Let's Connect: Instagram: instagram.com/movinguppodcast/ Facebook: facebook.com/TheWilsonGroupRealEstate Learn about Studio Bank: studiobank.com Learn about ATA Certified Public Accountants & Business Advisors: atacpa.net David Hart, firstname.lastname@example.org Quick LinksGet Embed PlayerShare on SocialDownload Audio File
If you want people to FIND YOU on Instagram, FOLLOW YOU (and binge your content), and ultimately HIRE YOU, this episode is 100% for you!I'm sharing the six ESSENTIAL things you should do when optimizing your Instagram profile to help ensure you're not missing out on new followers, leads and clients.You'll get my best advice for choosing the right username and profile photo, creating a highly searchable name and title, writing a strong Instagram bio (hint: it should 100% include a positioning statement), effectively demonstrating your authority and expertise, and so much more.In this episode, I cover:The truth about where I am creatively – and what I'm doing to work through it [3:00]What to consider when choosing your Instagram username and profile picture [8:10]Why your name and title should be highly searchable on Instagram [11:45]Tips for strengthening and enhancing your Instagram bio (plus: why I STILL recommend including an “I help” statement) [13:55]The importance of a ~link in bio~ that directs people where you want them to go WITHOUT overwhelming them [18:30]Curating your Instagram highlights so new followers can “binge” your content and learn more about who you are, what you offer, etc. [21:25]How to boost your feed's value (aka making sure your content will connect with and demonstrate value to your ideal clients) [26:45]Where your focus should be when creating content and updating your IG profile [29:30]Connect with Lynette:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lynettemarieh Coaching With Impact Facebook group (my free business coaching group!): https://www.facebook.com/groups/coachingwithimpact Fitness Coaching Business Accelerator: https://fcbaprogram.comThe Wellness CEO Mastermind: https://lynettemariefit.clickfunnels.com/optin1634051235214