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Kent talks to Vincent Pugliese, about the how to think more deeply about growing your networking and building your relationships with the power of generosity. Vincent is the founder of the Total Life Freedom Community, host of the Total Life Freedom Podcast, and the author of Freelance to Freedom as well as his new book, The Wealth of Connection: A New Approach to Making Business Personal.
Finding your freelance path is of utmost importance to the development and growth of your freelance or VA business. It allows you to tap into the work you want to do, with clients you want to work with. Today we'll unpack a four-step process to finding your freelance or VA path (or any new career path). These strategies will help clarify which niche you'd like to focus on so you can truly enjoy and develop passion for your work! Podcast Outline: [0:00] Introduction to the topic of finding the right path for your freelance or VA business - Craig shares a story from his experience that illustrates the importance of enjoying your work. [2:14] How the freelance space allows you to craft a role that's tailor-made for you - a compelling quote from Steve Jobs that sets the stage for today's topic. [3:18] How the sky's the limit in terms of opportunities - the challenge of selecting from many freelance niches. A Four-Step Process to Find Your Freelance Path (or Any New Career Path) [5:22] #1 A - Assess Yourself and Your Niche - four questions to ask yourself so you can confirm what area you're supposed to settle on and what type of freelancer you'd like to be. [7:16] How Freelance University was created to be a playground for you to explore a variety of niches you can do in the freelance space [7:46] How to determine who you want to work with - examples of the types of clients you can work with and how that narrows down over time, along with your niche. [10:00] #2 R - Research Your Options in the Industry - an example of two ways to research the type of work other freelancers or virtual assistants do in a particular niche and what skill sets they have. [12:19] #3 L - Learn New Skills - how to develop the skills you need to deliver a high-value freelance or VA service. [14:17] How training paths and courses like the ones offered at Freelance University can clarify and confirm which niche you'd like to focus on. [15:56] #4 A - Apply Your Skills - how putting your skills into action either develops passion or shows that you're not meant to do a particular service. [17:52] How the FreeU Sandbox helps students access a practice WordPress site so they can learn by applying their skills. [18:39] Recap of the four-step process to finding your freelance or VA path [20:06] How to join the waitlist to be notified about the next intake of Freelance University Resources and Tools Discussed in this Episode: Join the waitlist to be notified about the next intake of Freelance University FreeU's Freelance Directory Google Upwork FlexJobs YouTube WordPress Udemy
What's it take to succeed in animation- and in life? Character designer Stephen Silver joined Jake Parker and Will Terry to share his wisdom from a career in illustration, animation, and teaching. From mindset to portfolio tips, you won't want to miss it!Sign up for SVSLearn's 14 Day Trial: https://courses.svslearn.com/bundles/subscription3 Point Perspective Podcast is sponsored by SVSLearn.com, the place where becoming a great illustrator starts!Click here for this episode's links and shownotes.
You're listening to our brand-new Freelance to Founder SHORTS, 5-10 minute episodes answering one (or two) questions from listeners like you. To submit your question, visit FreelanceToFounder.com/ASK and we'll feature you on an upcoming episode. Today's question comes from our Facebook Mastermind Group (it's completely free. Join +11,000 freelancers and agency builders helping each other). Robert posted there, "Has anyone found or utilized a virtual assistant to handle communications with clients? I have this one client that keeps nagging me to give him updates like every day by 5 pm. I'm so busy doing client work that I really just need someone to help me out with this." His question is, "can I use a virtual assistant to handle client communication?" Listen to our full-length coaching calls: http://freelancetofounder.com Support our Episode Sponsors: Sendinblue - Use promo code FOUNDER for 50% off your first three months on a premium account at https://www.sendinblue.com/founder/ Hectic - Everything you need to start, manage, and grow your freelance business — in one place. Tailor Brands - Launch your business in just a few clicks (Use the code: F2F for 40% off Tailor Brands) LinkedIn Jobs - Find the candidates you want to talk to, faster. Justworks - Manage your remote team and run your business with confidence. Zapier - The automation platform that connects your work apps and does repetitive tasks for you. Dripify - Premium learning platform for entrepreneurs. SolidGigs - Get more freelance jobs Freelance to Founder is made in partnership between Millo, Dripify, and The Podglomerate. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
After experiencing an incredible and serendipitous moment, Jen shares what she learned with Pete, and together they noodle on taking the unexpected or the unplanned path.Specifically, in this episode Jen and Pete talk about:How can a person increase the serendipity in their schedules and to-do lists?How might we prepare and/or plan for the unexpected?How might serendipitous moments influence the more rigorous moments in life?To hear all Episodes and read full transcripts visit The Long and The Short Of It website: https://thelongandtheshortpodcast.com/.You can subscribe to our Box o' Goodies here (https://thelongandtheshortpodcast.com/) and receive a weekly email full of book and podcast recommendations, quotes, videos and other interesting things Jen and Pete are noodling on. To get in touch, send an email to: email@example.comLearn more about Pete's work here (https://humanperiscope.com/) and Jen's work here (https://jenwaldman.com/).
We had a $75k launch of the Unicorn Digital Marketing Assistant School this spring. An amazing number when you realize I had zero on my email list, social media, and website traffic just 3.5 years ago. It's been a wild ride of ups and downs, numerous lessons learned and proud moments. In today's episode, I'd like to walk you through my digital course journey and share 4 tips for building and launching a digital course. All so you can use this first-hand insight for your own freelance business or with your client work. We'll talk about: audience building, pricing, course creation, and one mental mindset that really held me back. And most importantly: what I'd do differently if I were starting over with this whole course thing. It's a very transparent and real conversation and I'm glad you're here for it. Then stay tuned for the very next episode … Amy Porterfield will be sharing her freelancer start-up story and her best tips for adding a digital course to your freelancer revenue stream. Links I mentioned: Download Amy Porterfield's *FREE* “What's Your Things?”* List Builder's Society* Unicorn Digital Marketing Assistant School (get on the waitlist for October) *Affiliate links, if you purchase anything I could earn a small commission. Thanks in advance! Connect with Emily: Facebook Community: Emily's Unicorn Digital Marketing Assistant Lab Instagram: @emilyreaganpr Facebook: @emilyreaganpr 3 ways we can work together: Get on the waitlist for the Unicorn Digital Marketing Assistant School. My signature course on digital marketing implementation will give you the confidence and teach you HOW to do the work that's in demand and highly marketable. This is the secret weapon to getting booked out Got the skills but need help getting your digital marketing services business to take off? I've got an advanced tight-knit referral and networking community that can help and I would love for you to apply here for the Digital Marketing Workgroup. You'll get the latest updates and trainings, networking opps and job leads from online business owners who are looking to hire digital marketing implementers and assistants. Looking for a fast way to get your foot in the door with up-to-date skills? Take my 2-hour Quickstart to Facebook Community Management workshop and learn how to help online business owners like course creators and membership site owners manage and engage their community >>> Download my Top Ten Most Requested Digital Marketing Tasks & Services
The party faces some of the traps within the Vault. Find our gaming livestreams at https://www.twitch.tv/critribbit Email us your questions at: FreelanceHeroismPodcast@gmail.com Visit Freelance Heroism on Facebook! https://www.facebook.com/freelanceheroism/ We have a Patreon! Any support you can provide goes toward us giving you a better podcast listening experience: https://www.patreon.com/Freelance_heroism Check out Deece's webcomic with our (mis)adventures! http://www.1d4rounds.com/ Find Deece on TikTok here: https://www.tiktok.com/@1d4rounds You can find our gameplay videos on our YouTube page: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6TwfLOFsl192ExdAugebgg/ You can check out our web page here: http://www.freelanceheroism.libsyn.com/ We also have a Twitter: https://twitter.com/freelanheroism
Bloomberg reports women working as skilled freelancers / independent contractors make half as much as men doing the same job. “The meek do not inherit a larger paycheck.” How to self advocate for fair pay. Also - America on the move: We've become so much more transient since COVID. Ever dreamed of moving to another town, city, or country to save money? There are numerous communities offering financial incentives to move there. Beyond that, many are moving to Europe. Before you relocate, get Clark's one key piece of advice. Gig Economy Pay: Segment 1 Ask Clark: Segment 2 Relocation Rule: Segment 3 Ask Clark: Segment 4 Mentioned on the show: How To Buy Term Life Insurance in 7 Easy Steps How To Open a Roth IRA What Is a SEP IRA and Who Is Eligible? Becoming a Landlord: How To Find a Good Tenant How To Find a Good Moving Company - MOVING.org - UShip.com BBB-File a Complaint Most Medical Debt Is Being Wiped Off Credit Reports - The Wall Street Journal. Clark.com resources Episode transcripts Clark.com daily money newsletter Consumer Action Center Free Helpline: 636-492-5275 Learn more about your ad choices: megaphone.fm/adchoices Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
What kind of people are in your circle? Who influences you? Do they inspire you, or are they triggers? People's mindsets, values, and habits are contagious — even more so than the books and media we consume. It's therefore best to find people who show you that you CAN achieve your dreams: expanders! In this short episode of The Pollen Podcast, Diana shares reflections from her recent retreat experience in Annecy, France. She shares the value of having and finding 'expanders' in your life — people who have what you want and inspire you to walk the path toward your dreams. Proximity is power, and who you keep in your circle matters. Listen to this episode to know more about ‘expanders' and how they can boost your life! Create your own creative entrepreneurship story of clarity, professional confidence, and profit. Join Diana's 90-day group course Camp Clarity and learn everything you wish you already knew, like how to land dream clients, harness the power of social media, and make the money you deserve. Learn more here.
As your business grows, you'll likely need to start building a team to support you. A critical step in the hiring process is a strong onboarding system. Why? Successful employee onboarding will build a foundation for a new employee to thrive. In this episode, Emily and Corey of Being Boss breakdown the important steps for the initial training period, how to establish expectations and perform reviews.Get full shownotes for this episode here >>—Listen to more Being Boss shows on our website, on Apple Podcasts, or wherever you listen to podcasts.Follow Being Boss on Instagram: @beingbossclubJoin the Being Boss Community: beingboss.club/community
In the latest Running episode of The Long and The Short Of It, Jen shares some learnings from her practice of running, and she and Pete noodle on their larger implications in every day life.Specifically, in this episode Jen and Pete talk about:What might happen if you don't give yourself the break you've become accustomed to?What are different ways we might be able to push ourselves farther than we think we can go, in a healthy way?How might we capture progress and figure out what the next milestone is?To hear all Episodes and read full transcripts visit The Long and The Short Of It website: https://thelongandtheshortpodcast.com/.You can subscribe to our Box o' Goodies here (https://thelongandtheshortpodcast.com/) and receive a weekly email full of book and podcast recommendations, quotes, videos and other interesting things Jen and Pete are noodling on. To get in touch, send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.orgLearn more about Pete's work here (https://humanperiscope.com/) and Jen's work here (https://jenwaldman.com/).
Short-form video is king. But how do you bust into this social media manager role where you're working with video and commanding packages starting at $2500? This episode will reveal the best steps to transition from general virtual assistant to SSM and TikTok Manager.My guest today, Allison Springer, went from burned out art teacher to thriving creative services business owner in the span of one year! Within one month of starting her freelance business, she was already booked out and making more than her teacher's salary. So how did Allison Springer do it? She's going to break down her journey, share insights into her client acquisition and vetting process, tell us what her fave tech to do on the job and what her social media packages look like. Be encouraged!! If she can do it – so can you! Connect with Guest Instagram: @al.meets.social/ Facebook: @almeetssocial Social Media Starter Guide 120 TikTok Ideas Connect with Emily: Facebook Community: Emily's Unicorn Digital Marketing Assistant Lab Instagram: @emilyreaganpr Facebook: @emilyreaganpr 3 ways we can work together: Get on the waitlist for the Unicorn Digital Marketing Assistant School. My signature course on digital marketing implementation will give you the confidence and teach you HOW to do the work that's in demand and highly marketable. This is the secret weapon to getting booked out Got the skills but need help getting your digital marketing services business to take off? I've got an advanced tight-knit referral and networking community that can help and I would love for you to apply here. You'll get the latest updates and trainings, networking opps and job leads from online business owners who are looking to hire digital marketing implementers and assistants. Looking for a fast way to get your foot in the door with up-to-date skills? Take my 2-hour Quickstart to Facebook Community Management workshop and learn how to help online business owners like course creators and membership site owners manage and engage their community >>> Download my Top Ten Most Requested Digital Marketing Tasks & Services
Vocal coach and acapella group leader Adrian Goldner joined me on Ditching Hourly to brainstorm ways to package and price his expertise in more profitable ways. Unfortunately, I forgot to click the record button so I'll have to recap our conversation on my own. Whomp whomp :-(Anyway...Here's Adrian's background:- He's a vocal coach, certified in something called the CVT method- He runs an acapella choir group and makes a modest monthly income from membership dues and gig fee percentages- He has a handful or private vocal students who are not pros and mostly just sing for fun- He works a few hours per week teaching vocal lessons to students in a private university- He prefers working with pros than with beginners, so the university gig and the lessons for hobbyists are not particularly satisfyingOne of Adrian's biggest questions was how to take this patchwork of experiences and increase his fees through value pricing. He said that most buyer expectations for something like private vocal lessons is that the student would pay a fixed amount per lesson, and that the amount would be fairly low. He couldn't imagine justifying even doubling his lesson fees, never mind 10x-ing them.We talked about a few different business models that might make sense for someone like him. He didn't want to scale by hiring employees or starting a school or anything like that. He wanted to stay solo, and remain fairly hands on with his clients.So, the business model that felt like the best fit was the Authority Model. In general, the Authority Model has an MVP product ladder that looks something like this: - $50000+ Project (value priced custom engagement)- $5000 Roadmap (diagnostic with recommendations and execution plan)- $500 Call (one-off short paid consultation)The trick to the Authority Model is that you have to become the “go-to” person for solving an expensive problem for a very specific niche market, who ideally has a high degree of buying power. Adrian couldn't really get his head around the idea of value pricing a 1-on-1 vocal project, so the example I used to illustrate was this:Sting (former lead signer of the Police) can no longer hit the high notes in their smash hit Roxanne. So, he has to perform the song a couple of whole steps lower than the original. It's noticeable and it sounds weird. Kinda like a bad cover band. I betcha this drives Sting nuts.So...How much do you think Sting would pay to be able to go back to singing Roxanne in the original key?$50,000? $100,000?Maybe, maybe not... but it's a reasonable hypothesis.If Adrian wanted to pursue this particular angle, his positioning would look something like:“I am a vocal reconditioning coach who helps aging rock stars hit the high notes like they were 20 again.”With a positioning statement like this, it would be easy to make a list of ideal clients, and it would be easy to justify five-figure fees.The hard part would be creating a reputation for reliably delivering the kind of results that they crave. _ASIDE: Note that creating a reputation for delivering results is a _very different type of problem_ than trying to convince a singer in a local bar band to pay you $50,000 to increase their range by a fourth. A small increase in range simply isn't worth that much to a singer in a local bar band. So if you can't understand how value pricing could unlock huge profits for you, it might be because you're not imagining big enough clients._At this point it occurred to me that there probably are people who are already well positioned as "vocal coach to the stars" so I started thinking about what would make Adrian different. The thing that jumped out at me immediately was his experience with vocal groups, not just individual singers.This more focused target market immediately created a Rolodex moment for me with groups like Pentatonyx and BTS and Blackpink.Maybe Adrian could even combine the "hit the high notes like you're 20 again" with "voice training for vocal groups" and start out with a laser focus like:“I am a vocal reconditioning coach who helps old school boy/girl bands hit the high notes like they were 20 again. Unlike other vocal coaches, I specialize in the unique challenges of integrating multiple voices in harmony.”Adrian lit up a bit at this proposition because he immediately felt uniquely qualified to excel at this very specific intersection of niche market and specialized expertise.Is it a viable market position?I don't know, but there are ways to find out.As homework, I suggested that he research the number of groups who would fall into this niche, find out where they hang out to talk shop or who they listen to for advice, and to look for any other vocal coaches who serve the high end of the market to study what they're doing and how he (Adrian) would be considered meaningfully different by his ideal buyers.He said he would try that and report back.Keep your fingers crossed and stay tuned! I'll let you know if I get an update.
Slater Katz shares her wealth of experience as a freelance UX writer and entrepreneur to guide you through the process of establishing your own freelance UX writing practice.Ready to take control of your schedule and earning potential? Slater Katz guides you through the nitty gritty of starting your own UX writing business, from building a personal brand to setting your prices and more.You'll learn aboutSlater's path from Fashion marketing to UX writerFind your first clientsBuilding a niche as a UX writerThe best pricing models for freelancersAbout SlaterSlater Katz is a freelance UX writer who has worked with companies including Netflix, Verizon, Fitbit, and AfterPay. Her latest venture, the Gig Gal, helps those new to the industry to establish their own freelance UX writing practice.Try the UX Writing Hub's free UX writing courseConnect with Slater on LinkedInMade By SlaterThe Gig Gal
Finances for freelancers and self-employed business owners are a whole different can of worms compared to the traditional American employee. Keeping track of tax payments and other financial obligations can be overwhelming. Oona Rokyta saw a need for a bank that catered to the independent workforce. As CEO and co-founder of Lance.app, Oona and her team built a niche neo-banking platform that focuses on helping content creators and small business owners. Together, they built a community of collaboration. Join us as we discuss: The inspiration behind starting a bank for the self-employed (5:31) Perspective around the collaboration of community in niche banking (24:54) Coaching as a core competency in financial brands and fintech (33:34) Check out these resources we mentioned during the podcast: - LinkedIn - Twitter - Oona@Lance.app - Lance.app You can find this interview and many more by subscribing to Banking on Digital Growth on Apple Podcasts, on Spotify, or here. Listening on a desktop & can't see the links? Just search for Banking on Digital Growth in your favorite podcast player.
You're listening to our brand-new Freelance to Founder SHORTS, 5-10 minute episodes answering one (or two) questions from listeners like you. To submit your question, visit FreelanceToFounder.com/ASK and we'll feature you on an upcoming episode. In today's short, we'll cover 4 powerful ways you can build passive income into your freelance business. Passive income is the holy grail of any business. And the reason why is pretty obvious. Who doesn't want to make money on autopilot instead of clocking in and out everyday to earn a paycheck? So in today's episode, we'll share 4 of the most successful ways we've seen real freelancers grow their passive income. The audio for this episode was actually pulled from our YouTube channel which we've been working really hard on recently. We partner with freelancing expert—like Josh who you'll hear today—to release new videos every week. You can subscribe at millo.co/youtube, by searching “millo for freelancers” on Youtube, or clicking the link in this episode's description. Listen to our full-length coaching calls: http://freelancetofounder.com Support our Episode Sponsors: Sendinblue - Use promo code FOUNDER for 50% off your first three months on a premium account at https://www.sendinblue.com/founder/ Hectic - Everything you need to start, manage, and grow your freelance business — in one place. Tailor Brands - Launch your business in just a few clicks (Use the code: F2F for 40% off Tailor Brands) LinkedIn Jobs - Find the candidates you want to talk to, faster. Justworks - Manage your remote team and run your business with confidence. Zapier - The automation platform that connects your work apps and does repetitive tasks for you. Dripify - Premium learning platform for entrepreneurs. SolidGigs - Get more freelance jobs In this episode: Millo's YouTube Channel for Freelancers Freelance to Founder is made in partnership between Millo, Dripify, and The Podglomerate. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In America, health insurance is one of the most complicated systems to navigate. With The Great Resignation, more people than ever are looking for alternative options to traditional health insurance. Some folks are in between jobs or are taking the leap to try something on their own for the first time. Indipop is a healthshare platform aiming to fill the gaps for folks who might not be the best candidate for traditional insurance. Melissa Blatt joins Certified Financial Trainer Kadri Augustin for the second time on the podcast, to share an update about Indipop. Her first appearance was in February 2021 and because healthcare is constantly changing, there's a lot to chat about today. Podcast Notes Everyone should have accessible and affordable healthcare. It shouldn't be something you can just afford with nothing at all included. Indipop was born from Melissa's personal struggle when she left the corporate world. The process of finding health insurance was incredibly frustrating. When most people think about insurance, it's planning for the worst-case scenario, but what if insurance was for more than the ‘what if' moments in life? Choosing an insurance policy isn't fun, and can be a confusing process. In addition to the monthly payment, other important considerations include: What is the deductible? (the amount you have to pay before insurance kicks in) Which doctors are included in the network? Is virtual care included? Is preventative care included? How much are the copays? Are there annual or lifetime caps to the amount of coverage? How indipop is addressing the gaps for freelancers and those underinsured: Indipop plans are not the ‘unicorn' or one-size-fits all plan, but it provides options. They are subscription plans, where you become a member of a community that shares the costs of medical needs, with an open network. There's a care logistics team to help you navigate through your medical needs. You are able to keep your doctor, and receive care even if traveling. Whether it is care on demand, or a referral, you're not alone figuring out what is best for you. How it works: Indipop brings plans to you. All of them are highly vetted and meet a strict criteria. They're plans that Melissa uses herself and feels comfortable sharing with her friends and family. There are eligibility and considerations around pre-existing conditions, with a two year check in. Some of the changes in the healthcare industry since Melissa's last appearance: It's an exciting time to be in healthcare and see the industry changing. These types of memberships are more available, especially in mental health and pharmacy care. Virtual medicine has really expanded and evolved. People like being able to receive care at home; they feel less rushed and more comfortable. Virtual medicine cuts out time, traveling, waiting, and logistics. People are asking for virtual healthcare because it's working, and they're getting the help they need. Younger people want to take control of their health and are interested in preventative care. Traditional insurance has a place, but it's refreshing there are different options out there, like indipop. Indipop replaces insurance with a new, different type of healthcare. It is available to clients in all 50 states, even when traveling. Customer service is a huge priority. When we aren't feeling well, it can be hard to function and the team is there to make sure you're taken care of. Healthshare companies are not new, but they are becoming more mainstream and accessible. Listen to Melissa's previous appearance on Financially Naked: Healthcare for Freelancers Learn More About indipop Website: https://indipop.co/Email: email@example.com Instagram: @theindipop Meet The Trainer Meet Kadri Augustin, Level 3 Certified Financial Trainer
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Virion, Ranazmyr, and Sister Garaele bare it all to prove their worth to Shar before venturing into the heart of the temple. Email us your questions at: FreelanceHeroismPodcast@gmail.com Visit Freelance Heroism on Facebook! https://www.facebook.com/freelanceheroism/ Find our gaming livestreams at https://www.twitch.tv/critribbit We have a Patreon! Any support you can provide goes toward us giving you a better podcast listening experience: https://www.patreon.com/Freelance_heroism Check out Deece's webcomic with our (mis)adventures! http://www.1d4rounds.com/ You can check out our web page here: http://www.freelanceheroism.libsyn.com/ We also have a Twitter: https://twitter.com/freelanheroism
Crystal with guest Pat Edwards (The Red Opera), discuss how to get into freelance writing for RPGs, and the pitfalls that come with it, and how to make your experience better. Be sure to check us out on Facebook or through our Discord server https://discord.gg/GGuRKAn. To stay up to date, subscribe through iTunes or Spotify! Find more information at choice.crd.co and consider donating to abortion funds. Look to abortion fund leaders for guidance and please speak up, take care, and spread the word. shoutyourabortion.com - a campaign to normalize abortion https://www.bustle.com/politics/abortion-funds-states-trigger-bans-donate - a list of abortion funds in states where it is no longer protected https://secure.actblue.com/donate/supportabortionfunds - where you can donate money to be split between 80+ abortion funds Links For This Episode: ICRC Ukraine: https://www.icrc.org/en/where-we-work/europe-central-asia/ukraine Darker Days Linktree: https://linktr.ee/DarkerDaysRadio Darker Days Discord: https://discord.gg/GGuRKAn Full Metal RPG: https://fullmetalrpg.podbean.com/ The Realm of Fire: https://realmoffire.podbean.com/ Want more spooky stories and sinister plot hooks? Check out Secret Frequency Files 2:
Sue Heatherington is a quiet disruptor. She started introducing herself this way after a period of time marked by family trauma, business challenges, and serious illness. The first time Sue introduced herself as a quiet disruptor, she was surprised by the reaction she received. in this episode, we join a conversation Sue led at an author event in May.What is a quiet disruptor?What has Sue learned about them?Let's join the conversation. LINKSQuietDisruptors.comMaria Sibylla MerianTwitter (@QuietDisruptors)Facebook (@quietdisruptors)Instagram (@quietdisruptors)
On veut en faire toujours plus, avec moins de ressources et le plus rapidement possible... Dans l'entrepreneuriat, on glorifie la productivité, mais à force de vouloir être toujours plus productif·ve... est-ce qu'on va pas finir en burn-out? Dans cette mini-série, la première du Board Summer
Food trucks splashed with colorful cartoons are roaming throughout Grand Junction this summer, handing out hundreds of lunches a day to kids hungry after playing out under the sun. The food trucks have become a critical part of overcoming food insecurity in Mesa County, where at some schools about 90% of students qualify for free lunches. Freelance writer Nancy Lofholm talks to Erica Breunlin about ongoing efforts to keep kids fed and what federal cutbacks on universal free school lunches will mean for the future of the food trucks. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Starting your own business can be intimidating - especially as a woman. You need someone on your team whose zone of genius is business finance so you can stay in your lane and focus on your craft. Instead of burning your time, money, and energy doing it yourself, find someone with the expertise to do it for you! In this episode of The Pollen Podcast, Candace joins us to share her entrepreneurial experience as she moved from corporate accounting to building her own business. She shares her struggles from being a one-woman show to hiring her first full-time employee to earning seven figures. Listen as she shares trade know-how about your business' finances. Listen to this episode and be inspired to jump from corporate to self-made boss! Create your own creative entrepreneurship story of clarity, professional confidence, and profit. Join Diana's 90-day group course Camp Clarity and learn everything you wish you already knew, like how to land dream clients, harness the power of social media, and make the money you deserve. Learn more here.
It's the season finale of The Lensrentals Podcast! This week we're keeping it very informal. Joey, Roger, and Ryan are each bringing in a topic we haven't yet had time to cover in depth on the podcast before. The Lensrentals Podcast is a production of Lensrentals, founded by Roger Cicala. Our production staff includes Drew Cicala, Ryan Hill, Sarah McAlexander, SJ Smith, Julian Harper, John Tucker, and Zach Sutton. Other contributors include Roger Cicala, Joey Miller, Ally Aycock Patterson, Joshua Richardson, and Philip Robertson. Thanks to Jacques Granger for our theme song. Submit a topic idea, question or comment, leave us a voicemail at 901-609-LENS, or send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Facebook YouTube Instagram TikTok Twitter Pinterest
On veut en faire toujours plus, avec moins de ressources et le plus rapidement possible... Dans l'entrepreneuriat, on glorifie la productivité, mais à force de vouloir être toujours plus productif·ve... est-ce qu'on va pas finir en burn-out? Dans cette mini-série, la première du Board Summer