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Be sure you're on the waitlist to 5X Your Farm Sales: https://courses.3cowmarketing.com/5x-farm-sales You have a list of to-do's to run your farm and you know exactly what needs to be done. You wake up ready to seize the day, but then you don't know where to start. ' You feel: Overwhelmed and stuck because there's so much to do Pressured to do all the tasks - so you do them, but now your days turned into nights Confused because you were able to do some tasks, but there's still so much that didn't happen Exhausted and helpless because your days feel chaotic and not manageable I am hearing this happen all too often with the farmers that come to me for help. Through coaching with me, farmers are able to learn the skills and processes they need to effectively manage their time and actually follow through on their to-do list efficiently. ==> This means you feel confident in your work and the process. ==> You feel refreshed and ready to hit the ground running with intent and focus. ==> And you can finally have a successful farm and fulfilling life knowing you can be present and spend the evenings with your family or taking care of yourself. Now is the time to take intentional action ---- listen to this episode so you can learn how your brain can take control and you can stay committed to your plans. Listen to Episode 93 and start managing your thoughts and brain to take intentional action with your plans. If you're not signed up for coaching yet - starting in mid-November you can work with me for ONE YEAR to transform your farm, your brain and your life. Warm hugs, Charlotte
When things go bad, you want to be in a population of like-minded people. Many of the reasons for moving have already been validated just a year later after watching the further deterioration of freedoms in Oregon. While raising children we believe it's best to live where people will stand strong for freedom. We reflect on our move a year ago, give useful insights and share how it has blessed our family. All show notes, scripture references, and resources mentioned are found at COURAGEOUSPARENTING.COM.
It's the ONE YEAR anniversary of our beloved group - Sugar Cookie Marketing Facebook Group and we're here to recap the lessons learned on the Baking it Down podcast! From what we'd do differently to what has surprised us - it's been a wild and wonderful year of beads, heat sealers, and everything in between.Here's what we're covering this week:IntroMarketing Minutes - Main Street MarketingBusiness of Baking - Validation StationThe Course Recap - Hawaiian Bake-AlongVoicemails / Texts / Emails (571) 556-5644Group Stuff - Upcoming Lives and such.TwinterestsSponsorsMailBag!In the Marketing Minutes, Corrie recaps everything that went amazing well with last week's Main Street Marketing collab - which results in tons of additional sales and even more engagement for participants. In the Business of Baking, Heather quotes this: "stop putting your buts in angry people's faces." Borrowed from a book called Nonviolent Communication, this phrase has helped handle and mitigate conflict scenarios - and it's something we can all learn from. Feeling are valid even if we don't share them, and understanding that can help us move forward in marketing and in our personal lives.We launched the SCM Course called The Cookie College. We have ten seats opening up, so feel free to preview what you'd get with your $68/mo membership at www.thecookiecollege.com/membership. We've also added a digital downloads subscription! In Voicemails, we need to check the mail, should you join a vendor show when your competitor is already signed up, and honey badgers. Call / Text: (571) 556-5644Email: hello@sugarcookiemarketing[dot]comIn Group Stuff, we have a few fun things past and coming up:Main Street Cookie Collab with Sugar Cookie MarketingBiscotti Bake Along with Jessica ForesterCake Pop Cones Bake-Along with Maradee MartinComing: Lawyer Baker AMA with Tammy Browning-SmithComing: Macaron Making - Swiss Method (no kid interruptions) Pt 2 with the MartinsComing: Last Minute Online Flash Sales with Vida CarrollOur Podcast Sponsors are Eddie the Printer. CastIron.me, and BaketyBakes where you can get a group special of 10% off meringue powder with promo code TWINS - https://baketybakeidaho.com.
Turning your passion into a billion-dollar company is exactly what Socrates Rosenfeld did. After spending seven years in the military as a helicopter pilot, Socrates suffered from post-traumatic stress disorder and turned to cannabis for healing therapy. He always knew that the plant had healing factors. He then used his eCommerce skills to make purchasing cannabis online a simple process for others too. In turn, his company, Jane Technologies, has supported local cannabis retailers across the nation.
It's the book birthday of "Start a Binge-Worthy Podcast" - it's officially one year on 10/20/2021! And I couldn't be more proud of the journey I've been on with this book.In today's episode, I'm sharing behind the scenes where this book idea came from, what the process of self-publishing looks like, and some of the lessons learned along the way. (There were many things from this book launch that will make future launches much more effective!)I'm also sharing how I organized the entire process in Asana and how to make launching your next big thing- whether it's a course, book, event, or even a podcast - so much simpler.If you've ever thought about writing a book or wonder what it's like to go from just an idea to holding a printed book in your hand, you'll walk away from this episode with a ton of value. Listen to The Caregiver Cup Podcast, hosted by Cathy VandenHeuvel. You can find it wherever you listen to podcasts. And to connect with Cathy, be sure you check out her website: https://www.cathylvan.com/podcastStart a Binge-Worthy Podcast "Start a Binge-Worthy Podcast: A Step-by-Step Guide to Creating a Podcast Your Audience Crave"Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.
On this episode of No-Longer-Solely Singleton, Brad and Eric have a freeform discussion about cards from the year that cube forgot. With a runtime of just under 52 minutes, that's almost a set a minute! Highlights include: finally updating Brad's cube; getting a bit closer to the basics of cube; Brad finally expressing his #StunningandBrave feelings towards Boros; Brad (once again) forgetting that KLD is Kaladesh and Kaldheim is KHM; and, for once, Eric is the one forgetting how cards work. Hopefully this episode will remind you what brought you here in the first place; have fun! 00:30 - Intro 01:19 - Main Topic46:59 - Outro Show Links: Season 13 Show Notes InkedGaming Affiliate Link: https://www.inkedgaming.com/collections/artists/solely-singleton?rfsn=4880595.65410f&utm_source=refersion&utm_medium=affiliate&utm_campaign=4880595.65410f Solely Singleton Website: https://www.solelysingleton.com/ Solely Singleton Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/SolelySingleton The Starter Cube (2021 Edition): https://www.cubecobra.com/cube/list/thestartercube The Misers Cube: https://cubecobra.com/cube/overview/themiserscube Brad's Main Cube: https://cubecobra.com/cube/overview/drruler Eric's Travel Cube: http://www.cubecobra.com/cube/overview/travelcube Christian's Peasant Cube: https://cubecobra.com/cube/overview/spooty Our Producers for August: Robert Bentura Taleno Daniel McKinnon Our Biggest Supporters: Dimladris Phizzled Gwen Dekker Squerson Andrew Pope Spootyone JeFF Stumpo Our Supporters: Cory Graham LordFluffy Steve Haller Gbrell KitsuneCurator Robbie Hardy Lincoln Davidson Matt DeFisher Landscape Shawn Martin-Truesdell Ed Yoon Dan Consiglio Logan Adams Connell Parish Todd Krause Kyle Melton Angelo Benedetti Riku Christopher Capasso Contact Information: You can interact with Solely Singleton by joining the hosts on discord and twitter to give input to improve the show. Feel free to email more detailed questions and comments to the show's email address. Your Hosts: Brad (DrRuler) & Eric (OnekuoSora) Brad's Twitter: https://twitter.com/DrRuler Eric's Twitter: https://twitter.com/OnekuoSora Show Email: SolelySingleton@gmail.com Show Website: https://www.solelysingleton.com/ Edited by: BowTieJones Show Mailing Address: PO Box 70893 Rochester Hills, MI 48307 Licensed Music Used By This Program: “There It Is” by Kevin MacLeod From the Free Music Archive CC BY “Thursday & Snow (Reprise)” by Blank & Kytt From the Free Music Archive CC BY “Chiaroscuro” by Andrew Codeman From the Free Music Archive CC BY “Groovy Baby” by Jason Shaw From the Free Music Archive CC BY
Our podcast is turning one! In this bonus episode, we reflect on the year of podcasting, including our favorite episodes and some behind the scenes secrets of making Speaking Llama. Thanks for joining us on this podcast adventure for the past year! And to celebrate our podcast anniversary, we are giving away a Cameo video from a former Survivor castaway to one lucky listener! Stop by our Instagram page (@speakingllama) for all of the details on how to enter. The giveaway ends Friday, October 22, 2021!
It's the one year anniversary of Show Up As a Leader, and during this time we've interviewed some amazing guests to help you maximize your positive impact on the world by becoming your best, fully authentic self. Can you believe it? It has been such a fun and challenging year of podcasting, and to celebrate, I'm revisiting some of my favorite moments with past guests. Listen and learn six leadership lessons you can apply right now to show up as a leader. The post Episode 26 – Six Leadership Lessons from One Year of Podcasting appeared first on Dr Rosie Ward.
This week we are sneaking up on ONE YEAR of One Drink in! Holy Shit. Chloe's currently recovering from her spill + testing out the apps again. Sharing some of the cringiest pick up lines they've received lately along with other shared in our ONE DRINK IN DATING group. Chloe shares her sales secret to finding anyones information to do your own creeping… :) The girls are heading into a transformational stage right now + they spill their ideas of engagement, marriage + the future of ODI! Listen now! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/onedrinkin/support
Jasper Bottle and Tap is celebrating their one year anniversary of being open. JB&T is a favorite spot of ours and Jim Odom came to discuss their journey since last time we talked. Jim is also a soccer fan like us, so casually we opened up with that. Sips up and enjoy!
ONE YEAR! Can you believe? Justin and Kevin look back on the exciting first year of Two Bland Gays! A whole 365 days of these girls gabbing on their mics and LETTING. YOU. HAVE. IT. The gays discuss their favorite moments from the show so far and recap the fun along the way. Justin and Kevin talk Broadway reopening, Dear Evan Hansen as a movie, Justin breaks down his viewing of the OG Halloween and their favorite Jonas Brother to marry. Kevin shoots a second shot at a guy that turned him down, almost shits in a bucket, the 50th Anniversary celebration of Disney World and discuss what their lives would be like if they were Housewives.This weeks episode is sponsored by: The Weinert's Elk Creek Farm! Local and family owned, the Weinert's Elk Creek Farm specializes in premium and organic CBD oils, lotions and edibles. 3rd party tested, everything is clean, safe, non-GMO and gluten free! If you're new to CBD, or looking for a higher quality product, the Weinert Family has you covered! Hit the link below and use code TBG25 to get 25% off your first order of all natural CBD products!WeinertsElkCreekFarm.comStay safe, stay inside, get your groceries delivered! Go to the below link to get FREE SHIPPING on your first Instacart order of $35 or more! Never go to the grocery store again!https://instacart.oloiyb.net/TBGEnjoyed this episode? Don't forget to share with your pals and follow us on Instagram @TwoBlandGays
Coming up on one year of the Oculus Quest 2 on the market also caps off Yeager's 1st year as a Virtual Reality user. Here's what he thinks about the targeting, over integration with Facebook, and is it all worth it.
You keep showing up on social media, but for some reason...you just can't seem to get the results you want. Can you relate? We've all been there. And this week's podcast guest, Lilly Sabri, is no exception. She spent 4 years growing her YouTube Channel to 30k subscribers. Then one day – her following totally exploded. Lilly Sabri ended up turning 30k subscribers to over 3 million – and it wasn't by accident. Want to know how she did it? Well, in this week's episode Lilly is revealing how she made that leap + what it really takes to grow a massive following on YouTube. If you're tired of slow growth on social media and want to understand how to start seeing results – this episode is for you. But be warned: the answer might surprise you. Links: BossBabe's FREE Influencer Masterclass Olive & June Use code BOSSBABE for 20% off Audible Follow: BossBabe: @bossbabe.inc Natalie Ellis: @iamnatalie Danielle Canty: @daniellecanty LinkedIn: LinkedIn.com/BossBabe Lilly Sabri: @lillysabri + @leanwithlilly Lean with Lilly: leanwithlilly.com
Finally the TID Show one year anniversary show is here. Take a listen and see what the crew has in store for you. All of us here would like to give thanks for those who have supporters this past year and 50 episodes. Can not thank our fans enough, we love you all from the bottom of our hearts for giving us the opportunity to bring you everything we could..........but........We know we have more A LOT MORE TO GIVE. So bear with us for the next couple of weeks as we are taking some time for our personal lives. We will be back shortly with even more shenanigans, guests, game shows, contests, merchandise and yes........Our TID attitude with not laying down and keeping quiet to what we see going on in this crazy world. So we will see you soon and from the crew .........TAKE IT DEEP BITCHES!!!!!
"A true artist is who they are, and they defy what's reasonable to express. And it's your job to feel however you want to feel about it. I'm just being true to me. I'm just doing what I know is interesting to me. I'm not being a rapper to please people." Lonely Leo, on BopCast Season 3, EP.33 Lonely Leo is a rapper and songwriter originally from New Jersey, now residing in Arizona. He's most known for his polarizing and sometimes controversial opinions about everything from politics to sports on his TikTok page,https://www.tiktok.com/@lowlyfeleo?is_copy_url=1&is_from_webapp=v1 ( LowLifeLeo). In the past few years, he's made a name for himself on the internet while growing his fanbase at the same time. Leo's electro-trap Travis-Scottesque bars and wavy flows have solidified him as an artist to keep an eye on as he grows in AZ and beyond. In this episode, we dive into his newfound TikTok rise, his unapologetic methods of content creation, how to know if you're ready to build a team, and his latest single,https://open.spotify.com/album/0oV8c2P0EG70d7VnpDW5ou?si=OxkC98q4TNaw5x2rlPf7Xw&dl_branch=1 ( Medusa). Ironically, Leo has created music with 2 other BopCast Guests,https://open.spotify.com/episode/4NjIZCST5j3eUJ4b9TwHaT?si=b6353cc7c2f44142 ( Tunezzup) andhttps://open.spotify.com/episode/2NDGnaOlgxoswTRlgzqB8r?si=1fec1b900dd74b99 ( Tireek), and it was fun to explore these collaborations. Media Mentioned: Stream Tireek and Leo's Album, "https://open.spotify.com/album/47YNzEgxryxgdS3ZwykbhN?si=B4n5xYUETweKMSSBG_rOeA&dl_branch=1 (Crookland)." Stream Tunez and Leo's EP, "https://open.spotify.com/album/5ciEl9cmHb6AZSAApXR6Iu?si=Mi6MdZTnQB-IC30z8OeI2g&dl_branch=1 (The Lonely Stoner.)" Stream Leo's Latest Single, "https://open.spotify.com/album/0oV8c2P0EG70d7VnpDW5ou?si=__DDnAfJQL2apTNIDD1XCg&dl_branch=1 (Medusa)." Follow Leo's Infamoushttps://www.tiktok.com/@lowlyfeleo?is_copy_url=1&is_from_webapp=v1 ( TikTok) Today's Sponsor ishttps://sodabeats.com/Sign-Up/ ( SodaBeats.com) - the Easiest Way to Make HipHop and Rap Beats Online for Free.https://bopcast.captivate.fm/trysoda ( Click Here to Try it) - https://bopcast.captivate.fm/trysoda Please Join Our Email List for Special Offers, Q+A's, Live Podcasts, and More - To Join,https://www.sullybop.com/ ( Scroll to the Bottom of This Page) Links Below: _ Watch the Video Version onhttps://www.youtube.com/channel/UC5yW2ZNS4Iq7ff_EeKe3HkQ ( YouTube) @sullybop on Instagram Search 'BOPCAST' on any platform! (Google Podcasts, Apple Podcasts, Spotify, YouTube) Visithttps://www.sullybop.com/ ( SullyBop.com) for more information, show notes, and to join our monthly newsletter. Big shouts to the folks who make this possible: Video - https://www.instagram.com/ferrarib98/ (@ferrarib98) Logo - https://www.instagram.com/ryannkelly20/ (@ryannkelly20) Producer - https://www.instagram.com/minishep13/ (@minishep13) Sponsor - https://www.instagram.com/soda_rewriters/ (@soda_rewriters) Theme Song - https://www.instagram.com/jello.wav/ (@jello.wav)
I don't like telling myself, "No", when it comes to projects and new ideas. I want to give in to all the shiny objects I think about. But this has been the thing that's held me back in the past.Buzzsprout - Let's get your podcast launched! Start for FREEThe Ultimate Podcast Launch Toolkit Everything a new podcaster needs to get started.Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.
Happy Birthday The Direct Podcast!To celebrate our one year anniversary, we bring you not one, not two, but THREE feature segments this week alongside the top news.Venom: Let There Be Carnage was a smash success at the domestic box office. Our Box Office Correspondent David Thompson joins the show to break down the numbers and offers expert insight on what this means for future comic book movie theatrical releases.What If...? has reached its end. Did the finale stick the landing? How did we enjoy the series overall? What's next for Marvel Animation?Star Wars has always wowed in the costume department. We bring back The Direct's Jack Pues to draft the best suits from a galaxy far, far away.DC FanDome is just one week away! After last year's virtual event, what do the Worlds of DC have in store? We welcome on The Direct's Richard Nebens to predict what new details we get about The Batman, The Flash, Black Adam, and more.One more time for the people in the back: thank you. This show would not be possible without your relentless support week in and week out. And the best part? We're just getting started.Be a friend, tell a friend, and leave us an iTunes review! Love y'all.TIMECODES2:19 - One Year of The Direct Podcast!13:43 - Sizzle Reel15:56 - Eternals Goes to Rome23:02 - Obi-Wan Release Date Rumors26:53 - Venom 2 Box Office Report (w/ David Thompson)45:10 - What If...? FINALE Review1:16:19 - Best Star Wars Costumes Draft (w/ Jack Pues)1:52:37 - DC FanDome Preview (w/ Richard Nebens)2:28:54 - Weekly Recs
Welcome to our daily Q&A show - Ask The Fertility Experts. We're answering your fertility questions so that you can optimize your chances of pregnancy success with your own eggs. We specialize in low AMH, high FSH, diminished ovarian reserve, and premature ovarian insufficiency. To submit your question send me a DM (direct message) on Instagram @fabfertileinc - https://www.instagram.com/fabfertileinc/ We''ll answer your question on an upcoming episode. I'm Sarah Clark, Founder of Fab Fertile Inc. and your host. Today a member of the Fab Fertile team joins me - Dr. Tabatha Barber. Dr. Tabatha is triple board certified in obstetrics and gynecology, menopause, and functional medicine. Apply here to work with us - https://bit.ly/getpregnantpodcast During our call we'll be discussing what you have tried so far and where you've faced challenges. This can feel stressful but is designed to help us get to the root cause of your fertility issues and will help me to give you the best possible action plan at the end of the call. However, to reassure you – on this call we won't be digging into the trauma associated with infertility/miscarriage/loss – rather we are focused on solutions and an ACTION PLAN as to how our Fab Fertile Method can help you get pregnant naturally. --- TIMESTAMPS: 04:27- TODAY'S QUESTION: I'VE BEEN TRYING FOR 1 YEAR WITH 1.0 AMH. WHAT ARE THE CHANCES I GET PREGNANT WITHOUT IVF? This is what we do! Many times with a low AMH diagnosis we assume eggs are our only option- often there are missed healing opportunities “It's not always about the diagnosis.” 05:25- DR. TABATHA BARBER'S INITIAL RESPONSE The importance of testing from a functional perspective Finding the root cause NOT just diagnosing disease We cannot give you a pregnancy chance simply from AMH What research finds that AMH is best used for “AMH is only about quantity but you need to think about the quality of your eggs.” “There are so many factors contributing to fertility.” --- Sponsored by Fab Fertile Store. Ensure your preconception supplements are free from dyes, filler, and top allergens. Check out our basic recommendations that are essential for preconception health. Visit https://www.fabfertilestore.com/ --- Got questions? Join the Fab Fertile Support Group for motivation, support, and education so that you can prepare for pregnancy success. --- Connect with Sarah on social media and learn more about functional fertility solutions that will help you have your baby. Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/fabfertileinc/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/sesacoaching/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/fabfertile Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/sarahclarkfertilitycoach/ ---- LEAVE APPLE PODCAST REVIEW: http://bit.ly/getpregnantreview SHARE: Spread the word! Tell someone else about the show! HELP SUPPORT THE SHOW! Love the show? You'll really love Sarah's resources page - filled with handpicked products/books/devices - get exclusive discounts and support the show by making purchases SHOP here: https://fabfertile.com/resources/
Dr. Jeromy Dixson took a two year hiatus to plan the trip of a lifetime. Here are the stats:1 full year5 backpacks (carry-on size)6 continents35 countries 50 UNESCO Heritage sites66 flights94 different accommodationsSurprisingly, it doesn't cost as much as you might think. The real question is, "How can you take off that much time and not get left behind?" Jeromy explains that when he came back he didn't feel like he missed out. We talk about the importance of quality of time vs quantity of time, and how to balance life and success in this complicated world. Since returning, Jeromy has continued to be successful in his career in group dentistry. His accolades include:Founder and CEO of The DSO ProjectFounder and CEO of Dental Capital Partners One of 7 Key DSO influencers named by Group Dentistry Now, Co-Founding Partner of Smart Dilligence, which is fundamentally transforming dental M&A diligence and compliance powered by AI, which is launching publicly in the next couple of months3X INC 500/5000 entrepreneur, currently co-founding a new business in the dental AI space that will fundamentally transform how dental transactions of all sizes are completed.If you need help finding the perfect location or your ready to invest in commercial real estate, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Sign up for a FREE vulnerability analysis and lease renewal services View our library on apple podcasts or REUniversity.org.Connect on Facebook.
The Red Sox. Steve's vision for a Danless show. Honestly then for a while they just ramble with no direction or hope for meaning. If you love us please don't listen. This show is for hate listening only. The Parkway Lounge. Proof of Vaccination. Squid Game. The Blue Sox. Shank. Dogs. Cats. Alternative words for home run. twotours.com promo code fatsos --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/localfatsos/message
Over the last 51 episodes, Disrupted has taken a critical look at our country, our democracy, and our culture. From the world of fashion and hair, to the politics of NASCAR and sports activism, our show has asked difficult questions and attempted to understand our changing world. This week on Disrupted, we celebrate our one year anniversary by talking to our first guest, Eddie Glaude Jr. GUESTS: Eddie Glaude Jr.- James S. McDonnell Distinguished University Professor and Chair of African American Studies at Princeton University. He's an MSNBC contributor and was a recent recipient of the Harriet Beecher Stowe Prize for his book Begin Again: James Baldwin's America and its Urgent Lesson for our Own. Disrupted is produced by James Szkobel-Wolff, Zshekinah Collier, and Catie Talarski. And this year wouldn't have been possible without help from Anna Elizabeth, Daniela Luna, Meg Fitzgerald, Vanessa De La Torre, Tim Rassmussen, and the legendary producer Mr. Phat on the Track for our theme song. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This is the English recording of Panel 2 from the 28th September Conflict Research Programme-Iraq Conference 'Iraq on the Eve of Elections: A new era or return to the status quo?'. Iraq has long been on the verge of economic collapse. This was expounded in April 2020, when the fall in oil prices in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic meant that the government struggled to pay public sector workers for several months. In response, Finance Minister Ali Allawi published a White Paper meant as a road map for the country's economic recovery and later, in January of this year, devalued the dinar by 20% as a means of stimulating internal markets. Yet, 90% of all government revenues continue to come from oil sales leaving Iraq's economy vulnerable to the volatility of global oil markets and state sanctioned corruption sees up to 30% of public funds lost every year. What is more, while the public payroll has more than tripled since 2003, the development of the private sector continues to be hampered by poor infrastructure and limited access to capital. As a consequence, youth unemployment in Iraq stands at 25.2% and the World Bank estimates that 5.5 million Iraqis are at risk of being pushed into poverty. This panel examines the success of reforms undertaken by Mustafa Al Kadhimi's government and opportunities for further reforms, as well as the socio-political consequences of economic complacency. Chair: •Chloe Cornish – Financial Times Speakers: • Ahmed Tabaqchali – Institute of Regional and International Studies • Ali Al Mawlawi – Independent Consultant • Alia Moubayed – Jefferies International
Host Steve Silverman celebrates our 1st anniversary and you better be ready for a party as we dive into the good of our favorite moments over the last year. We'll explore and get a listen to never-before-heard moments from our shows - you know, that good cutting room floor stuff. And what party doesn't have good guests? We always have good guests, don't we? This episode is no exception: Our first three guests ever - PaSean Wilson-Ashley, Bret Gornik, and Faith Salie - from our first three shows ever - are back and they're each ready to give us a good catch up. So pop the champagne, put on your best dancing shoes, and let's celebrate the good that is a full year of WORLD GONE GOOD! What's the best present you can give us for our 1st anniversary? More GOOD people. Please SHARE, SUBSCRIBE, RATE & REVIEW us on whatever platform you listen on. The more you do, the more we spread the GOOD. And for that, we say, THANK YOU.
Can you believe it's already October?! What's more exciting is that we are celebrating ONE YEAR of this podcast, School Counseling Simplified! I wanted to do something special to celebrate this milestone, so this episode will be a bit different than the others. I've created a mash-up of the top 5 most popular episodes from the show! Be sure to stay tuned in until the very end for a special announcement. From the bottom of my heart, thank you for supporting this podcast by listening, sharing with friends, and writing reviews. It truly means the world to me! Join my school counselor membership IMPACT here! Resources Mentioned: Free resource library Download the FREE Stress-Free School Counseling Toolkit YouTube Mock Small Group Session Coping Strategies Journal Episode 2: How to Form Your Caseload Episode 20: 5 Things I Wish I Knew When I First Started Counseling Episode 22: Grief Counseling: A Tier 1 Approach Episode 36: How to Facilitate an Individual Counseling Lesson Episode 44: I've Got a School Counseling Job: Now What? Show Notes: bright-futurescounseling.com/podcast Connect with Rachel on social media: TpT Store Blog Instagram Facebook Page Facebook Group Pinterest Youtube If you are enjoying School Counseling Simplified please follow and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts!
Our Heroes have made it to the one year mark. One Year, 52 Episodes of rants, drinks, and pure fun. This week Ash has the show and you know that means GAMES! Tune in and play along and see if you can win Ash's Games --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/comix-podcast/message
In this episode, I (Elke) am joined by Christine Factora, one of our coaching clients. Christine has had amazing success selling on Zazzle, earning an astounding $230k in lifetime earnings. Christine and I will discuss how she's scaled her Zazzle business by investing in our signature coaching program, The Profit by Design Academy®, and how hiring a virtual assistant (VA) has helped her do more of what is in her zone of genius, while the VA does the basic tasks, so that Christine could scale in a big way. We'll cover the following topics: Christine's Zazzle success story What to look for when hiring a virtual assistant How to work effectively with your VA The value a VA can add to your Zazzle store So much value comes from investing in a virtual assistant for your business. There is a lot to know about the return you can expect from that investment, which is why this chat with Christine is so useful for anyone amidst their own Zazzle business success journey. To hear the full episode and all the insight Christine shares about working with a VA, tune into episode 62 of The Creative and Ambitious Entrepreneur Podcast: How to Scale Your Zazzle Business with a VA: Interview with Gold ProDesigner - Christine If you enjoyed this episode, take a screenshot of the episode to post in your stories and tag us! @msjenclarke and @elkeclarke Love it? Subscribe, rate, and review the podcast. We would love to hear your key takeaways. Share them with us! CONNECT WITH JEN & ELKE: Official Website: https://jenandelkeclarke.com/ Jen's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/msjenclarke/ Elke's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/elkeclarke/ Creative and Ambitious Entrepreneur FB Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/creativeandambitious/ EPISODE RESOURCES: The Profit by Design Academy™️ Coaching Program: https://elkeclarke.com/startandscale/ Fiverr: https://www.fiverr.com/ Christine's first Interview podcast | #38 How To Sell 1 Million Dollars-Worth of Zazzle Products in One Year with Christine: https://elkeclarke.com/1-million-dollars/
Wow! We made it! We actually made it to one year straight of podcasting. It has been quite a journey so far and we are so excited to see where it goes in the future. Join us as we walk down memory lane and discuss the show together. We also give a huge shout out thank you to everyone in the community and all of the friends we have made along this journey. And the biggest thanks of all to our significant others that put up with us making this show each week! Thank you all for your love and support! -------- Follow the link bellow to go to our various socials and be sure to join the Discord to talk with us and the community directly. Also, if you want to help support us so we can keep making more exciting content for please consider becoming a patreon. Thank you all for the love and support! https://linktr.ee/glitchcube Also we have a website now! Where you can find our show, more about us and even blog posts that we have written! glitchcubepod.com -------- Level up your morning coffee with Geek Grind Coffee and get 20% off your first order! geekgrindcoffee.com/glitchcube -------- Thank You all for listening! Welcome to the CubeVerse! Intro/outro music provided by: Ikaika Hudgens
Residents in Lake Ohau are rebuilding their lives and homes while slowly restoring the scorched landscape after last year's devastating fire. Today marks one year since fire tore through the remote Mackenzie Basin community, destroying or damaging about half of the homes. Our reporter Tess Brunton is in Lake Ohau and filed this report.
Fall means podcast launch season, so we're lining up some of the best new releases this month. Plus, Leah interviews Slate's Josh Levin about his new podcast One Year. Featuring: The White Saviours, One Year, Unlocking The Fountain, Doctor Vs. Comedian, Rigged
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Monday marks one year since a fire ripped through the Lake Ōhau alpine village, forcing people to flee in the middle of the night. Roughly half the homes in the remote MacKenzie basin were destroyed or damaged. RNZ reporter Tess Brunton spoke to Kim Hill from the village.
It's a year today since a fire ripped through the Lake Ōhau alpine village, forcing people to flee in the middle of the night. Roughly half the homes in the remote MacKenzie basin were destroyed or damaged. It took firefighters days to put out the fire that engulfed more than 5000 hectares of land. Locals are hoping for answers when the results of an investigation are released in the coming weeks.
On this week's Majlis Podcast, RFE/RL media-relations manager Muhammad Tahir moderates a discussion on the tumultuous last year in Kyrgyzstan.
This is the end, my only friend the end... of SEASON 1... but there is plenty more good times to come as we move into season 2... where pretty much everything stays the same except the things we decide to change!Thank you to those of you that experienced this first year with us as it happened, and thankyou Space/Robot/ or whatever overloads who have found this podcast in the future and are trying to find us to be your court jesters we gladly accept and yes you can kick Cousin Matt in his balls!Also if you have thoughts about how to grow the podcast ways we can spread the word for little or no money, but we are willing to spend some, please reach out!Shout out to anyone who has some audio know-how, feel free to reach out and help me help you so I can make this more listenable.Discord: Hit us up on Insta, email, or Tik Tok for an invite to Discordlinks to all or most of the topics we cover are available on our Discord.Tik Tok: LunchtimeLaunchcodeemail: email@example.comInsta: @Lunchtimelaunchcodetwitch: Lorde_of_Bones (Carlos) or MrMoinkmer (Gator)Our preferred Hashtags #LunchtimeLaunchcode and #LTLC
If the United States decides to remove all remaining troops from Iraq and Syria, it would spell the end of the Yazidis and the Syrian Christians, says Rabbi Abraham Cooper. “They would essentially disappear.”In this episode, we sit down with Rabbi Cooper, the associate dean and director of Global Social Action at the Simon Wiesenthal Center, to discuss efforts to combat religious persecution globally, from Christians being killed in Nigeria to genocide in China.“That is supposed to be beyond the pale. That is supposedly why the United Nations came into existence in the first place—now forgotten by alliances of convenience and cynicism and hypocrisy,” says Rabbi Cooper.We also discuss growing attacks on Jews around the world, fueled by propaganda from Hamas, and Cooper's work facilitating tolerance and understanding in the Middle East, including his role in the Abraham Accords.There are still companies like American Hartford Gold, that value freedom of speech and honest discourse—and are sponsoring shows like ours.With inflation on the rise, investing in gold is another option to diversify your assets. American Hartford Gold is a patriotic, family-owned company that not only sells precious metals right to your front door, they can help deposit gold into a retirement account like an IRA or 401K.They've got an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau, and right now they have a promotion where they will give you up to $1,500 of free silver on your first order. You can just call 855-862-3377, that's 855-862-3377 or you can text “AMERICAN” to 6-5-5-3-2.
Can anyone run and create a course? In this bonus episode, Rob speaks to entrepreneur and coaching business owner Kim Phillips about how she brought in 11,000 clients in just one year! They also discuss marketing, social media and the power of data. KEY TAKEAWAYS Kim was at a conference and realised how easily she could leverage her time via coaching to gain more clients as well as a creating a brand new business. Kim started her career in the marketing world, particularly around direct marketing. Today she focuses all her time and energy on the impact makers, this is the audience she serves. You should aim towards your ‘apex' customer, all your content should be aimed towards that individual. Often, we self-sabotage ourselves by letting our ego drive our decisions rather than focusing on our mission. Usually the people we are worried about are not even the people who will help us with this mission! With clients, it's important to focus on where a buyer comes from not just a lead. Some channels generate a lot of leads but not many buyers whereas others attract a lot less leads but attract a high value client. Never tell your children that you have to go to work. Talk about the impact you make instead, never make work look or seem like an obligation to them. BEST MOMENTS “I'm a total data nerd” “Too often we put our ego before our mission” “I believe the only way we overcome the darkness is when we do something, when the good do nothing, evil wins” “The numbers can be vanity” VALUABLE RESOURCES https://robmoore.com/ bit.ly/Robsupporter https://robmoore.com/podbooks ABOUT THE HOST Rob Moore is an author of 9 business books, 5 UK bestsellers, holds 3 world records for public speaking, entrepreneur, property investor, and property educator. Author of the global bestseller “Life Leverage” Host of UK's No.1 business podcast “The Disruptive Entrepreneur” “If you don't risk anything, you risk everything” CONTACT METHOD Rob's official website: https://robmoore.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/robmooreprogressive/?ref=br_rs LinkedIn: https://uk.linkedin.com/in/robmoore1979 See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
One year ago, we launched the Talking Pediatrics podcast, bringing the most up to date pediatric information, along with intriguing stories and guests, to pediatric clinicians everywhere. Over 18, 500 downloads later, we have had many amazing moments, incredible stories, silly slip ups and more and have been humbled by the overwhelming response to our podcast. Join our hosts and our production team for an anniversary conversation about the good, the bad and the surprising as we talk about what goes into bringing you Talking Pediatrics each week. And thanks to you, our listeners, for helping us grow and evolve this past year. We look forward to many more to come!For the episode transcript, go here:https://www.childrensmn.org/for-health-professionals/talking-pediatrics-podcast/talking-pediatrics-18000-counting-one-year-talking-pediatrics-podcast-10-1-21/
Can you believe it's been ONE YEAR of the How to Market Your Horse Business Podcast?!
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It's Intersectional Insights Birthday! Olivia and Raven get sentimental and share the realities and unexpected joys they experienced in their first year of podcasting, and discuss general lessons they learned from covering topics surrounding race, disability, and womanhood. Email us! firstname.lastname@example.org. Follow us! Instagram https://www.instagram.com/isquaredpodcast/ Twitter @I_squaredpod https://twitter.com/I_SquaredPod Facebook page http://www.fb.me/ISquaredPod Discussion Summary: 01:07: Celebrating the podcast having made it a year. 02:01: History of how the podcast came about, growing pains, and shifts in responsibilities. 08:25: Sorting out differences in personalities and communication styles. 10:59: Learning the logistics of running a podcast. 17:23: Sharing information in a palatable way, swearing, and the emotional labor required for certain topics. 23:30: Raven shares what she loves most about podcasting. 27:13: Takeaways from podcasting about disability, black issues, and womanhood. 43:44: The future of the podcast. 46:24: Outro.
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Are you willing to start saying no to wrong customers to see real change for your agency? Kerrie Luginbill is a partner and Chief Strategy Officer at Old Town Media, a Colorado-based agency that since its beginnings offered a unique and agile approach to web design, development, and marketing by providing customers a business-driven approach. Now they partner with companies to create and implement marketing strategies that connect with their audience and inspire action. Kerrie discusses how she increased revenue by 4X in under one year. And now, after 15 years in the business, her agency crafted a "no-fly" list for customers, identified their target client, and the growth that resulted from this move. 3 Golden Nuggets Saying no to wrong prospects. Kerrie and her team really noticed a difference once they identified the right target customer for them and started to say no to the ones that did not fit that target. It was what catalyzed the growth, she says. Of course, it's not easy turning down business, but they found that saying yes to the wrong kind of customer really reduces the amount of space you have for the right ones. Especially when it comes to clients that are disrespecting your team. Learning to say no can be a way for you to protect your team and a catalyst for growth. The no-fly list. With that in mind, Kerrie and her agency began creating a no-fly list, writing down all the similarities that made some customers not fit in the target customer model. They started identifying red flags, like referencing another company's vision to explain their own. They wanted to work with companies that had a clear vision of where they wanted to go. Their biggest focus was value, because ideal clients must have a lifetime value customer that can afford them the margin to have an engagement with them that's large enough for them to drive value. Shifting to value-based pricing. It's very hard to get to value-based pricing when you're working with a small margin. Once you start saying no to low-margin clients you will start to identify people that share your values and with which you can form a strong engagement and a strong relationship. You can find that those clients are even easier to work with. This way, you start to reduce stress on your team, which helps reduce turnover. This is when you can start shifting to value-based pricing. Sponsors and Resources Ninja Cat: Today's episode is sponsored by Ninja Cat, a digital marketing performance management platform where you can unify your data, create beautiful, insightful reports and presentations that will help you grow your business. Head over to ninjacat.io/masterclass to enjoy an exclusive offer for podcast listeners. Subscribe Apple | Spotify | iHeart Radio | Stitcher | Radio FM Saying No to the Wrong Customers and Shifting to Value-Based Pricing Jason: [00:00:00] Welcome, agency owners. I'm Jason Swenk and here's another episode of the Smart Agency Masterclass. And on today's episode, I have an amazing guest who went from $500,000 in revenue to over $2 million in just under a year. And we're going to talk about the one thing that she actually did at her agency in order to accomplish this. Now, before we jump into the episode. I want you to do me a favor. I want you to take a screenshot of the podcast. And then I want you to upload it to social media and tag us so I can give you a shout-out for listening to the show. Let's go ahead and bring Kerrie on. Hey, Kerrie. Welcome to the show. Kerrie: [00:00:43] Hello. How's it going? Jason: [00:00:45] Awesome. I'm excited to have you on, so tell us who you are and what do you do? Kerrie: [00:00:50] Yeah, my name is Kerrie Luginbill and I am a partner and the Chief Strategy Officer at a creative agency in Fort Collins, Colorado. So just about 45 minutes North of Denver. Jason: [00:01:03] Awesome. I'll uh, we, we just moved to Colorado in Durango, so I'm starting to just try to figure out where everything uh is, but, uh, uh, I'm… Let's go ahead and jump into it and talk about what's the one thing, you know, that took you from 500,000 to over 2 million in less than a year? Because there's a lot of people that spend years, sometimes decades. Um, and they hit that plateau and they can't figure out what do they actually need. Kerrie: [00:01:34] Yeah, and full disclosure. It was more than one year. It was a couple of years, but there was a really distinct difference that we, we took a different direction that we took with the agency that really catalyzed a lot of that growth. And it was really identifying the right target customer for us and saying no to the customers that were not in that target. It's really hard as an entrepreneur to say no to business and to work. But what we found over the last couple of years is that when you say yes to the wrong kind of client, you are really creating, you're reducing the amount of space that you have for the right client. And that was really inhibiting us. And so we had to kind of fight ourselves. Our, the ownership, there are three of us that are partners and, you know, so we'd have to question each other and serve as checks and balances for each other so that we could stop taking in what was not helping us grow. Jason: [00:02:34] What were some things that you did in order to kind of really narrow it down? Because I always look at, you know, when you start an agency, you're just reactionary. Like you got a pulse, you got some money, like I'll take you on. And then you, you know, there's a, there's a switch like you guys went through, like, how did you start evaluating going this is the people I need to say no to? Kerrie: [00:02:58] Yeah, absolutely. It's funny you say that. I remember the first couple of years, uh, trying to launch the agency and literally taking anything. Um, and I think you're, we're all there at a certain point. And I think there's a level of professional maturity that comes with being an entrepreneur for a specific amount of time and starting to get things under your belt, bigger clients that give you a little bit more confidence to say no to some of those smaller clients. But what we did was we actually started creating a, like a no fly list and we would write down the similarities that would cause, you know, clients to maybe not be that ideal target customer. And started to find a lot of correlations between them and then started to build out the correlations between the clients that were really strong for our company and really fit with us well, and then between those two, we started to create essentially a target persona for our client list. And the biggest thing that we focus on is our client's customer value. So when you hire an agency, you as a, as any kind of business product or service, you must have the amount of margin that allows you to work comfortably with an agency. So, you know, businesses with really tight margins, uh, independent restaurants, salons, things like that are actually really challenging for us to work with. Because they don't have the margin in the day to day to be able to have a large enough engagement with to create a lot of value for them. So we started to tease that out and it really comes down to our ideal client is a client that has a lifetime value customer that can afford them the margin to have an engagement with us that's large enough for us to drive value. Jason: [00:04:51] Yeah. I love that. What are, what are some of the criteria? So obviously that's probably one of the criteria is of the no fly list. And I like that. I've never heard of that. I, I always treat it as kind of like a Vegas buffet. Like you try everything out and then the stuff that you were like, ooh, I don't like that. Like, you're not going to go back to that section anymore. But, and then by the time you come back to the, well, I guess a smaller buffet, the time you come back, the second time, you probably be like, ooh, I like this stuff. So what was some of the criteria on your no fly list at first? Kerrie: [00:05:25] Yeah. So I think at first it started, it wasn't very sophisticated. It was, you know, the little things that we were identifying. Um, typically one of my big red flags is if a client comes to us and they, they want help, you know, defining their brand messaging, creating, you know, creating a place for them in the market and they reference other company's visions to explain their own vision. That's usually a pretty big red flag because I start to, you know, it's almost like, well, is it your idea? Or did you see somebody else had a great idea? And now you're trying to replicate that. And so we really look for that strong vision from the client, whether we're working with the business owner, operations director or marketing director, it's really important that they have a vision for where they want to go so that we can work together to tease that out and really hone it in. But if they're referencing someone else's vision that has been successful, that's usually one of those red flags. Jason: [00:06:27] Oh yeah. Like I, I remember getting all the time, hey, I want to build… I get this great idea that no one's ever thought of, it's Facebook, YouTube, and Google put together. But I have a budget of like a thousand dollars. And I'm like, holy cow. Like, get me off the phone. Kerrie: [00:06:45] Yeah. You know, um, we, we were known for building websites in the, in the beginning. Because Old Town Media started creating websites before WordPress was, you know, really taking over the market. It was a much higher barrier to entry. And so everybody had to go hire a professional for their website. It wasn't something you could kind of go figure out yourself very easily. And so that created a reputation for us where we were known as a web shop for a lot of years. And people would come to us wanting a website for an idea before they had a business plan for that idea. That was another one of the big red flags on that list is if you don't know how you're going to operate business and you want a website because you think that that's going to solve all of your problems, that's typically not the answer. Jason: [00:07:42] Do you feel like you have to comb through mountains of data, jumping between multiple platforms to spreadsheets, to slide decks and backing in, in order to create performance reports for your clients? It's a constant drain on your agency's time and resources. And that's where our friends at Ninja Cat can help. Ninja Cat is a digital marketing performance management platform that really unifies your marketing data and empowers your agency to automate insightful, beautiful client reports at scale. Now, Ninja Cat keeps your marketing performance and presentation tools in one place, freeing you up from manual data wrangling. And it really gives your team more time to focus on strategy and growing your business. And for a limited time, my smart agency podcast listeners will receive $500 ninja credit when you go to ninjacat.io/masterclass to claim your offer and schedule a demo. That's ninjacat.io/masterclass. Yeah. Yeah, I know I, I love that you make sure that… I love the criteria because I think a lot of agencies we take on certain industries that have a low margin. And then they're like, hey, I'm at my cap. Like they can't spend anymore. I'm like, well, are they really? Like, how can you actually add value? And they're like, and they keep their pricing the same. Like, there's so many mastermind members that we, we, uh, they come in in the very beginning and they're like, oh, I'm at my cap. And then by the time we're like, no, no, no, this is who you actually need to go after… And as we're raising our prices and, and you tell me when you actually did this, when you actually started kind of implementing the no fly list and then your target persona that you're going after. I presume that you were able to probably charge more, which meant probably that you could hire the right people, which meant you had more freedom. Am I on the right path? Kerrie: [00:09:48] Yep. Absolutely. You know, and people still get through the no fly list every once in a while. And we actually we've broken out, you know, our ideal target to incorporate a percentage of clients that we'll take on that don't have the margin that we work with a little bit differently, but they have to be passion projects for us. It has to be something that we're really passionate about as a team. Um, but you are exactly right. Once you start saying no to those low-margin clients and, you know, you'll start to identify that the people that you have a really strong engagement with and a really strong relationship with, they're usually easier to work with too. And so you start to, you know, reduce some of the stress on your team, which increases, you know, how long your team members stay with you. You're reducing turnover. You're reducing that chaos in the company. And you can start shifting to value-based pricing. That's kind of the buzzword, I think, in the agency world is everybody's like, you know, time and materials versus value-based pricing. And it's really hard to get to value-based pricing when you're working with such a small margin. You're really, you know, serving as more than just a like brand or creative partner, but also a sales partner and like an advocate for smaller businesses. And I think it's just a very different relationship. Jason: [00:11:11] Yeah. How, uh, what are some things that you guys do in order to demonstrate, you know, the value in your pricing? So you can charge on value-based pricing rather than time and material. Kerrie: [00:11:24] Yeah. So it really comes down to making sure that you have really, really clear objectives and key metrics for your clients. And so it's actually kind of interesting. We use KRAs for our employees. So key result areas where you basically, you define an objective, you have actions that then will help you achieve the metrics that achieve your outcome. So, you know, you start with an outcome actions metrics. We've taken that KRA approach to actually how we look at our client engagements and we define them the same way. We say, okay, we're working with a client. We're doing content creation for them. What's the outcome we're trying to achieve? What are the actions we're taking? And what are the metrics we're looking at? When you can tie it into the data for them, and you can say, hey, when we pull this lever, you have more sales. And you can start to look at what outcomes you're achieving based on the actual actions that you're taking. That time of material dollar amount is not as relevant because there's such a strong value to actually achieving those outcomes. Jason: [00:12:36] I see a lot of agencies, they really don't focus on the results or they don't focus on kind of the leading indicators that will actually get the results. And, and like, and it amazes me because a lot of times when I'm chatting with an agency owner that wants to scale faster, um, it really kind of, and like I was chatting with an owner not too long ago, they had resentment for their clients. I was like, well, let's get to the real problem. And I told him, I said, the real problem is you're resenting your clients because you're too dependent on the clients. He's like, well, what do you mean? I was like, well, you're dependent on the wrong types of clients that aren't paying you the right amount. And I asked what's the value that you deliver to them? He didn't know. And I was like, well, how could you ever charge value-based pricing if you don't know the value? Like how are, how are they? So, um, I'm glad there's, there's agencies that are focused on the results. Cause I, I see when, when our mastermind members and the people that go through our frameworks, when they start kind of understanding the results that they deliver. And that's the key part is you gotta be able to deliver the results to your clients. There's so many people that go well, I took a course on how to start an agency from Joe, Joe. And I'm like, well, they taught you Facebook ads, but did they teach you like how to deliver the results and all that? Like, and they're just learning on other people's dime, which always frustrates the heck out of me. Kerrie: [00:14:05] Yeah. You know, and I think in those earlier days where you're working with smaller clients that maybe it's a solo preneur or some, you know, small margin kind of business, a lot of times they don't have their own data figured out. And so it becomes even more challenging for that agency to tie their outcomes to their results, because they're not getting the same kind of data back from the client. And that is… That's something that we've started working on. How can we actually help our clients get to more sophisticated reporting internally so that we can tie our, our actions to their results and start to get a little bit farther into that? But it's a lot of client education too, you know, a lot of times, um, it's explaining the difference between lead and lag indicators and trying to help them see that, you know, by the time you're looking at this number, it's already too late. And we should really be looking at these lead indicators and some of these numbers over here, because they're ultimately going to influence these lag numbers. So I think it's, it's really just marketing, especially in today's age, is getting a lot more sophisticated when it comes to data and being able to correlate activities to actual outcomes. And it's something that I think agencies are, are really, they need to be more responsible in getting there and focusing on that. Jason: [00:15:31] Totally agree. Well, this has been amazing. Is there anything Kerrie that I did not ask you that you think would benefit the audience? Kerrie: [00:15:40] You know, I think the biggest thing I wish that somebody would have told me like three or four years ago is it's okay to say no. It is okay to say no. If it doesn't feel right, or if you know, a client is not respecting your team or your time, it's okay to say no. Because when you open up that space, you are creating space for something better and a better fit and a better relationship. And that's what will grow, grow your agency. Jason: [00:16:08] Yeah. And, and those troublesome clients that you should say no to, like, if they're treating, mishandling your team, you're not making money on that end. Like, and I don't even care if you're making money on that. It's going to cost your team and your employees, which then just makes you have to do everything all over again, which is a complete nightmare. Um, and you go back and then you're just… Then you get to a point where you're selling for penny on the dollar to someone that's going to take advantage of your client portfolio. And I don't want that to happen. So awesome. Um, what's the agency website people can go and check you out? Kerrie: [00:16:45] Yeah, oldtownmedia.com. We're on Facebook and Instagram, but we probably put the most of our, uh, fun stuff on Instagram, so… Jason: [00:16:56] Awesome. Well, everyone go check out their website and Kerrie, thanks so much for coming on the show. If you guys enjoyed this episode and you want to be surrounded by amazing agency owners that are on a fast growth pace and really scaling their agency fast and they want to be surrounded by other amazing people. Um, so you can scale your agency faster, go to digitalagencyelite.com. This is our exclusive community our mastermind, uh, members where we just have so much fun together going through, you know, the frameworks that are working for other agencies. So go to digitalagencyelite.com. And until next time have a Swenk day.
It's our ONE YEAR pod-iversary! We wanted to take time to reflect on the stand out moments from the last year's worth of conversations on Confident Collective. And to say thank you all for listening, subscribing and telling your friends about the pod, we are doing a massive giveaway! You can win $500 to treat yourself, plus a 15 minute Zoom call to hang out with Raeann and Kristina and ask them anything! Check out @confidentcollective for more information. We'll be announcing the winner in our next episode! What We Talk About: What's been the hardest part of the podcast journey Getting candid about Kristina's psychedelic experience Channeling “vacation Raeann” and her experience dating in Denver Reviewing big moments from the last year and what has impacted us most Kristina shares the predictions from her recent Astrology reading We share our goals and dreams for the future of the podcast How to get out of your head about your insecurities with your body when dating fit guys Stand out Confident Collective Episodes from the Last Year: Episode 6 - Our Confidence Journey with Kristina and Raeann Episode 20 - Love, Heartache and How to Heal with Heartbroken Anonymous Founder Naz Perez Episode 23 - Astrology 101 and Birth Chart Readings with Alice Bell Episode 32 - Fat Shaming vs Skinny Shaming and the Evolution of Body Positivity Movement with Charlotte Zoller New podcast episodes of Confident Collective drop every Tuesday. Resources: Astrology resources: Chani Nicholas and Costar Astrology Human Design: Follow @myhumandesign on Instagram Sex with Emily podcast Follow us on Instagram: @confidentcollective Follow the Hosts/Founders: @kristinazias & @raeannlangas Learn more: https://www.theconfidentcollective.com/ Stay in the know with our newsletter!
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