There are a million different ways to start a business and so many things you could spend on or create to sell. Jordan shares some of her core takeaways from 8 years of entrepreneurship on what the most important things are to get started! Stay out of analysis paralysis so that you can get your impact and business GOING. Because that's what matters most - STARTING. Connect with Jordan Instagram: @jordanypendleton
When it comes to BBQing, I have some very simple rules. Always, and I do mean always have yourself some good music playing, have a nice beverage in your hand (hot or cold), and surround yourself with lots of family and friends. As long as you can do those things, the rest kind of works itself out. It doesn't really matter what's on the menu, it's all about the intangibles, the things that truly make a difference in your life, and the lives of the people who mean the most to you.
While on an assignment in London, Heath Wessling learned about the concept of wellness and discovered a strong passion for finding a healthy way in all aspects of life. After investing nearly two decades building a career in health tech, he left corporate life to pursue his passion. Now he's the Owner and Founder of the award-winning Kansas City Wellness Club, an all-encompassing respite in the historic heart of downtown. He invites us to press pause on the modern stressors of our ever-connected world, and cultivate mindfulness of our best selves, kindly leaving hustle at the door, if only for a while. For more conversation about wellness with Heath Wessling, check out https://bit.ly/RTBHeathWesslingKansas City Wellness Club Website: https://www.kcwellnessclub.com/
From former naval officer and sailor to entrepreneur banking on the business of stress reduction. Michelle Martin asks Han Ee how entrepreneurs who want to build a business based on the idea of a global community can get started. Learn also some ways practices to reduce stress in this chat with Lim Han Ee, Founder, The Mindful Village. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
We're going back to the beginning with this one, given the number of new business owners we've come across recently, it's a juicy discussion. In this episode, the team talk about all the things you need to do to set up your new business. They draw on their experiences and knowledge to share a useful checklist of things to do and consider when you've finally made the decision to go ahead. If you would like to get in touch to ask a question, make a comment or suggest a topic please email firstname.lastname@example.org or check us out on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and LinkedIn - @gofishpodcast Other Episodes 16 May Go...Fishing, Podcasts Ep57 – Thinking of starting a business? May 16, 2022 Leave a comment We're going back to the beginning with this one, given the number of new business owners we've come across recently, it's a juicy discussion. In this episode, the team talk about all the things...Read more 16 May Go...Fishing, Podcasts Episode 56 – To be or not to be a Solopreneur May 16, 2022 Leave a comment So, you've got a business idea, decide to take the plunge and start your business and then you realise the trials and tribulations of being a solopreneur. Working alone, mastering your multiple hats, trying...Read more 21 Apr Go...Fishing, Podcasts Ep55 – What's your most useful business tool? April 21, 2022 Leave a comment Live at the Liverpool Business Fair the team interview a number of visitors and exhibitors to find out what is the most useful business tool they would recommend. With thanks to our guests; Andrew Dwerryhouse - Wild...Read more 30 Nov Go...Fishing, Podcasts Ep54 – Does Networking work? November 30, 2021 Leave a comment Networking. Love it or loathe it, it's an important part of growing a business. After all, People buy people right? So putting yourself out there to connect with people and raise the awareness of...Read more 11 Oct Go...Fishing, Podcasts Ep55 – What's your favourite business tool tip – Details on how to guest on the show October 11, 2021 Leave a comment On Tuesday 12 October 2021 the gang will be at the Liverpool Business Fair, Liverpool Football Club interviewing business people to find out what is their favourite or most effective tool tips and where...Read more 11 Oct Go...Fishing, Podcasts Ep53 – The benefit of business exhibitions October 11, 2021
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Today Bob is chatting with business coach Graham Cochrane, author of “How To Get Paid for What You Know” and founder of the Recording Revolution. Links Mentioned: Graham's Passive Income Workshop - https://www.grahamcochrane.com/gift (Please note: links mentioned may be affiliate links which help us support our podcast and website. Thanks for your support!) These are a few of the topics we cover: How literally ANYONE can start a business with less than $50 Your business idea is right in front of you (4 questions to ask yourself) “The Creativity Switch” - a hidden productivity strategy Endless Content: My method for an unending flow of content ideas Find out more at https://SeedTime.com/podcast#123
Thanks for joining me on this series. This is the last installment where I share my opinion on the best way to do business with your friends and family. Let me know what you all think and DM me on Instagram! @OneBlockShop
Being an entrepreneur is a crazy important financial decision to make. If you do it right, running a business can set your family up for generations to come, but if you mess it up, you can actually send your family into a debt spiral that can leave you feeling like bankruptcy is your only way out. So I'm breaking down 5 common financial mistakes that entrepreneurs make when starting their business and how you can avoid them.
This part 2 of the series how to operate a business with your friends and family! We go over the wisdom gained from the book Profit First by Mike Michalowicz, and exactly how it can save your current business and partnerships! A MUST BUY BOOK FOR BUSINESS OWNERS! Thanks for the support as always and join in on the podcast Live on IG @oneblockshop
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On today's episode, we have one of my good friends from back in the day, Keali'i Kane, open the show. Within the past couple of years, him and his family returned back to Hawaii. Before he returned to Hawaii, him and his family moved to Mississippi for an extended period of time. They experienced a culture shock, and it was a great learning experience for them. We talk about our ghost chili pepper adventures, starting a Hawaii catering business in the states, how people in the mainland don't know how to eat spam, the differences between a "mushubi" and a "musubi," and much more. One of the biggest topics in Hawaii is how families are beginning to move away from Hawaii due to the high cost off living. If you're someone who is planning to move to another state or country, this is a good episode for you to check out. Thank you Keali'i for sharing your experience with us! Follow Keali'i on IG @teamavatarfilms. Hang out with us and post yourself with your favorite drink using the hashtag #noticemekampai.
“Inconceivable!”. There are certain tasks in life that feel virtually impossible. One that comes to mind is painting your house- “I can't do that, I'm not a professional painter!”. When in reality, that's a project you actually could perform well. Or another one might be something like baking some biscuits- “I'm not some culinary magician who can whip together some homemade biscuits from scratch!”. When fact, that's something 6th graders learn how to do in middle school. And the same thing is true for starting your own business- there seems to be this special aura surrounding small businesses that lead many to think that they don't have what it takes. That it takes some special wizardry to run your own business. But we think that you do, in fact, have what it takes, that the pros outweigh the cons, and that the financial upside is worth leaving the “safety” of a W2 job. Listen as we cover the many reasons we believe starting a business is actually easier than you think. During this episode we enjoyed a Let's Get Some F****** Fraanch Toast by Bhramari Brewing! And please help us to spread the word by letting friends and family know about How to Money! Hit the share button, subscribe if you're not already a regular listener, and give us a quick review in Apple Podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts. Help us to change the conversation around personal finance and get more people doing smart things with their money! Best friends out! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This is a series that's been on my spirit for a long time! I've been wanting to cover this topic and I've finally gotten around to doing it. How to start a successful business with your friends and family, the short answer is don't do it! Well don't do it until you've listened to this series! We record this podcast Live at 6AM EST on Instagram! Come Join the conversation! https://www.instagram.com/oneblockshop/
This week I chat with the nationally acclaimed baker and owner of Goldenrod Pastries, Angela Garbacz. Angela has been called one of the "most innovative women in food and drink" by Food & Wine, she has been featured in Forbes, Tasting Table, Food Republic, Martha Stewart Living, New York Magazine, Radio Cherry Bombe, and other outlets.You can follow Angela on Instagram, and check out Goldenrod Pastries on Instagram, Facebook, and their website.Purchase Angela's cookbook, Perfectly Golden, HERE.This episode was sponsored by Agora Art & Ceramic Studio. Check out their handcrafted ceramics, jewelry, and paintings at agorastudio.art and use the code 'party15' to receive 15% off your purchase (valid until August 1, 2022). You can find Andrea's music on Spotify, Apple, Amazon, YouTube, and anywhere else that music can be streamed or downloaded!Follow Andrea on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and TikTok. Andrea's official website can be found at AndreavonKampen.com. Finally, if you would like to receive updates about new music, tour dates, podcast episodes, and more you can sign up for Andrea's mailing list HERE.
We all know that starting a business is hard, but it's unquestionably even harder when you're a wife and mom with already defined roles in your family. Carmen Nolin is a mom, a wife, a business coach, an entrepreneur, and a self-described country girl. She went from working a full-time job to creating a successful network marketing business that more than doubled her income, and she joins the show today to talk about the challenges she faced along the way - and how she overcame them. We're diving into the mindset shifts that Carmen had to make when she first started her business, how she got her husband on board with taking on more household responsibilities so she could work on her business and some of the most common struggles that entrepreneurial women face. Grab your favorite drink, get comfortable, and listen in to hear the female perspective of balancing a business and a relationship! http://www.larocquelife.com/blog-feed/67
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I'm Chef Mitche Graf, the host of this here BBQ Radio Show, and today I share with you a recipe for a Bourbon Street Brisket, that is only going to take you….wait for it….only about 4 hours! Hang tight, and I'll explain…
How do you build a brand that for the first time celebrates an entire genre with no money, no previous experience and just six weeks? What empowers you to pick up the phone and call Sir Tony Blair or Sir Richard Branson? Where on earth do you get the guts to remortgage your home to back your business? Listening to founder of the MOBO Awards, Kanya King CBE, Holly realises that passion and drive can count for more than all the experience in the world when it comes to building a successful brand. In this Lightbulb Moment, Kanya shares her extraordinary self-belief and personal mantras that would see her shine against the odds, and Holly reflects on her own journey building notonthehighstreet. As a 28 year old, it was instinct and vision alone that would see her grow the marketplace into the household name it is today. Looking to start a business? These five minutes of insight could change your future. Hear Kanya King's episode here. Enjoying listening to these unfiltered chats? Subscribe to Holly's weekly newsletter on our website, where she shares small business inspiration of all kinds, exclusive nuggets of wisdom from her and her guests, plus offers, creative ideas and topical, 'ungoogleable' business advice.
If you've been thinking of starting a new business or new project, this episode is for you. Courtney & Bailey share their biggest tips for starting that special project or business. From mindset and boundaries, to expectations and taking action, this duo reminds you that it doesn't have to be overwhelming to start something new. Favorite Things Bailey: The Roughest Draft Flower Shower Press On Nails Favorite Things Courtney: New SmoothiesGinger shots from Trader Joe's PATREON:Support us on Patreon! Check out our Tall, Grande and Venti tiers. Join Us on May 6th for the Bloom Workshop! Episode Notes and Resources: This episode is inspired by the upcoming Bloom Workshop happening on May 6, 2022. If you are interested in sponsoring an episode of Soul & Wit, contact us here: email@example.com Where you can find us: Bailey: @beautifuldetour or www.beautifuldetour.com Courtney: @bemorewithless or www.bemorewithless.com
Starting a business to tackle a giant can sound far-fetched, but that is just what Kim Wilson, Co-Founder of Cocao Future, has done. God prepared Kim through years of obedience and service, then gave her fresh product ideas and empowered her on the journey. Check out her websites and socials here: Goodking.co – website for snacksCocoafuture.org – website for nonprofit@GoodKingCacao – FB, IG, Youtube Connect with Brett Johnson on social media: Facebook Instagram Twitter LinkedIn Visit brettjohnson.biz for articles, devotionals, and more.
They started out in 2018 with no business qualifications, marketing experience, or entrepreneurial background - simply a shared passion and a big idea. 4 years on, they're the pioneering start-up taking drinks bottles to a new and truly sustainable level.Through their company S'wheat, Jake Elliott-Hook and Amee Ritchie have created the world's first reusable bottle made from plant-based materials. Now courted by environmentally-conscious consumers and tech giants alike, S'wheat's growth is built on foundations as organic as their products. And in an era of corporate 'greenwashing', they're backing the talk with action, redefining the relationship between business and nature. Speaking with Founded & Grounded, the couple talk about going viral for the first time, the brushes with disaster, and being wary of sharing their business idea with those closest to them. It's an inspiring story - and a reminder that anyone with the right energy and attitude can be a successful entrepreneur. Presented by Andrew Parsonage, with analysis from business start-up specialist Ollie Collard, and Founded & Grounded Community Lead, Samantha Miles.
As you know, each week we dive into some wonderful recipe, or give you some Pro Tips on what kinds of pellets to use in your smoker, or ideas on how to set up your backyard kitchen. Well, today…you get none of that. We are simply going to be talking about perhaps the best food ever….of course I'm talking about the heavenly...BACON!
So many people who are starting their businesses get caught up in drama. In today's episode I share 3 ways many create the drama and how stop doing it - because, let's face it, life has enough drama of its own & starting a business is not the time to bring more in. READ MORE HERE
A note from Talking Taiwan host Felicia Lin: Paolo Lising shares his knowledge on starting a business in Taiwan. In February, I did a follow up interview with Paolo Lising, who I've had on as a guest previously along with Ramon Ray in episode 168, which was about solopreneurship. Paolo is the author of Startup Taiwan: Foreigners Business Guide, and the founder of MillionDC.com. Startup Taiwan is the second book written to help foreigners wanting to start a business in Taiwan after How to Start a Business in Taiwan, which was written by Elias Ek in 2013. Elias has also been a guest on Talking Taiwan. I spoke in depth with Paolo about his early interest in entrepreneurship, what brought him to Taiwan, and how he transitioned from journalism to corporate life and the startup scene. We had an in-depth conversation about what went into his book Startup Taiwan. For those wanting the most up-to-date information they should subscribe to a digital version of Startup Taiwan, which Paolo regularly updates on his website StartupInTaiwan.com. He also has a podcast by the same name Startup Taiwan, that I'd recommend you check out. Here's a little preview of what we talked about in this podcast episode: Paolo's background and upbringing Paolo's career as a journalist covering the Philippines energy sector and banking When and how Paolo became an entrepreneur Paolo's first business, which was an antique shop in the Philippines How Paolo decided to go from being a journalist to pursing an MBA How Paolo decided to go Taiwan to purse an MBA degree How the MBA program at NTU (National Taiwan University) is taught in English Paolo worked at ASUS and Rayliant Global Advisors in Taiwan before getting into the startup scene Paolo's current startup in Taiwan, MillionDC.com, which is a learning platform for entrepreneurs from developing countries The special needs of entrepreneurs from developing countries Where the name MillionDC comes from How his bosses at ASUS and Rayliant Global Advisors were supportive of Paolo's interest in starting his own company on his own time outside of his work hours How one of the problems for people in the Philippines is having stable internet connection and access to information What led Paolo to write Startup Taiwan How to Start a Business in Taiwanby Elias Ek How so much has changed since 2013 when How to Start a Business in Taiwanby Elias Ek was published and Paolo felt a need to write a book with up dated information How Taiwan has changed it policies towards accepting foreigners and allowing them to open up businesses The two ways that foreigners can enter Taiwan and start a business: entrepreneur visa and Gold Card visa The requirements for an entrepreneur visa include submitting a plan of what you will to do in Taiwan, and the growth potential of your business Incubators in Taiwan and the support they provide to entrepreneurs The Gold Card visa is for those with expertise in their fields, similar to an APRC (lien Permanent Resident Certificate) The requirements for a Gold Card The process of writing and doing research for Paolo's book, Startup Taiwan There are six steps to starting a business in Taiwan How Paolo's book includes interviews with entrepreneurs and case studies The KPIs (key performance indicator) for grants given by the government of Taiwan The difference and added value of Paolo's book, Startup Taiwan compared to Elias' book, How to Start a Business in Taiwan How the interviews in Paolo's book, Startup Taiwan offer some real life examples of what people go through in the process of trying to start a business in Taiwan How Taiwan is in general very technologically advanced, but its banking system is not Why there aren't many venture capitalists setting up in Taiwan How a chop aka seal aka stamp is still commonly used by Taiwan's banks as form of identification The inspiration behind the book cover art for Startup Taiwan The challenges that Paolo has experienced in doing business in Taiwan Common misperceptions that people have about Taiwan or doing business in Taiwan If any of the case studies from the book Startup Taiwanhave been translated into Chinese How Audrey Tang, Taiwan's digital minister has received a copy of the book and thought the recommendations were helpful informing policies to make Taiwan a startup hub in Asia How Paolo wanted the first version of the print version of Startup Taiwanto look like a coffee table art book with grey paper vs. white or off-white How there are three versions of the book, Startup Taiwan 1)the print book released in 2020, 2) the online version available at StartupInTaiwan.com which is regularly updated 3) the 2022 version which is available on Amazon Kindle and print (updated up to January 31, 2022) If you go to StartupInTaiwan.com you can get a digital version of the book with real time updates based on current events and news How it is more challenging for foreign entrepreneurs in Taiwan to get access to funding than local Taiwanese entrepreneurs How helpful it is for startups in Taiwan to have at Taiwanese co-founder How Startup Taiwan includes both failed and successful case studies How Taiwan is a welcoming place for foreigners How foreigners need to do research to make sure they are prepared with realistic expectations before coming to Taiwan 9 out of 10 startups in Taiwan fail What opportunities there are for people who want to do business with Taiwan rather than to do business in Taiwan Related Links: To view all related links for this article, click link below: https://talkingtaiwan.com/paolo-lising-startup-taiwan-author-shares-his-knowledge-on-starting-a-business-in-taiwan-ep-180/
Today we welcome Heather from the Mama's at work podcast. Heather is a mom of 2 and owner of Heather Rose Virtual Services, a podcast management agency. Heather was once a stay at home homeschooling mom who found herself needing to find a way to make money on her own. Today we discuss:Making pivots in motherhood Making money online as a VAAdvice for someone just getting startedOutsourcingTime blocking and making your schedule work for youConnect with Heather:Podcast: Mama's at workInstagram: @heatherrosevirtualWebsite: www.heatherrosevirtual.comI'd love to connect with you in our free Facebook group! https://www.facebook.com/groups/202729591192181Connect with Megan on Instagram @megan.eddinger Slide into those DM's and tell me your take aways from today's episode!As always, THANK YOU so much for being here! I would LOVE it if you would share this episode with a friend who might need this message today. Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/megeddinger)
Are you a mom or teacher itching to do a little "something" fun or creative this summer for your child and/or others? Are you looking into starting a summer camp so you can earn extra money, start a side business, grow enrollment for your tutoring company, microschool or learning pod? Are you a homeschool parent ready to keep your kids engaged while also earning extra income? In today's episode, I share why a summer camp is a great option for any teacher or parent-for multiple reasons! I also give insight on tips and strategies to get more students enrolled! I pray this blesses you! Enroll NOW! Teacher, Let Your Light Shine's Educational Marketing Series: A 5 Week Group Coaching Program To Enroll Students Efficiently and Effectively In Your Micro-school, Homeschool, or Tutoring Business! The Marketing Business Bundle is Included! www.teachersletyourlightshine.com/groupcoaching Let Your Light Shine, Makenzie Oliver Come Connect with us in our Facebook Group: Start Your Micro School or Homeschooling Business-TLYLS Podcast! https://www.facebook.com/groups/250368126648112 We've got step-by-step instructions to help you write powerful marketing brochures, enrollment forms, introductory packets, and so much more! You'll also find easy-to-use templates made to simplify your creation process, as well as beautiful real-life examples used by my micro-school, Lighthouse Learning, to give you creative inspiration when designing your very own forms. You will be able to seal the deal with peace and clarity when you hand deliver your new handbook and contract. Tune in to today's episode to find out more and head over to our shop to purchase your documents at www.teachersletyourlightshine.com/shop Do you need help with a plan of action, accountability, or clarity in your teacher career change? Interested in starting a micro-school, tutoring or homeschooling business? Don't know where to start? Wanting to make a change but have no idea where to begin or what the change would even look like? It's time to get "unstuck", have a plan and gain your much needed clarity so you can experience teacher career growth, build a business blueprint, market with clear messaging, and plan a successful business launch-whether it's a micro-school, tutoring business or homeschooling business. Click below to learn more… https://teachersletyourlightshine.com/coaching Connect with me on Instagram: @Teacherletyourlightshine Follow us on Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/teacherletyourlightshine Join our email list to be the FIRST to know about our FREE Resources and podcast alerts! Teachersletyourlightshine.com Want to chat? Have some questions? I'd love to hear from you! Send an Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Or send me a message on Facebook or Instagram Twitter: @teacher_light Check out Our School on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/lighthouselearningmicroschool
I continue my conversation in an underground bar in Sitges with Fernando Pujalt, we talk about the entrepreneurial environment here in Spain, Spanish culture and how it relates to their political environment, beach life and Spanish and European taxes. We continue our conversation about food and lifestyle from part one. Then.. history, overpopulation, women's education, the food crisis, social media, there's nothing off limits in part two of my conversation of Mr. Pujalt. LinksMultitarian Diet NIJI BAR RESTAURANT - Bar in Sitges - South of Barcelona Thoughts of a Random Citizen & Toarc United is a podcast oriented around open ideas, entrepreneurship, politics, investing, philosophy, travel and an odd take on history. We talk with thought leaders from all around the world to stir the innovative mind.This podcast specifically talks about the importance of having an international perspective and ways to enjoy life in our new age. Business worldwide had very quickly oriented itself around freelancing, digital nomads, remote workers, and diluting boarders. If you'd like to find out how you can benefit on an individual or entrepreneurial level from that change, this podcast if for you.From studying accounting in university to a real-estate venture after graduating, Hugh (the host) finally decided to travel the world. While still traveling and currently living near Barcelona, his focus now is to share with you all a wider, deeper perspective on all things... life. Check out Home | Thoughts of a Random Citizen (toarcunited.com) for more about how to get involved with the podcast, leads on investment opportunities, travel tips, topical news, or entrepreneurial aspirations. Sponsored by: Toarc UnitedPodcast Cover Artist: Nathan HunterSupport the show (https://www.toarcunited.com/home-1)
Learning about your competition will help you to gain sales by making sure your product goes above and beyond what your competition has to offer. Competition isn't bad; in fact, understanding precisely who your competition is will help you determine if your business is on the right path to success. In today's podcast episode, we will cover who your competitors are, why you should stay on top of what your competitors are doing, and how you can create your product or service so much more valuable to your customers than your competition offers. When you monitor your competition, you can easily find gaps in the market, new products or services you can offer, and ways you can increase your customer service so that your product or service is not just another comparable in the market. You will be able to offer a product or service that aligns with the needs of your clients or customers that they will ultimately select your business over any other. Understanding your competition is key whether you are a self-employed individual, a solopreneur, entrepreneur, mompreneur, freelancer, small business owner, a remote, virtual, online, or in-house bookkeeper, or a virtual assistant or VA. You need to know what your competition is doing so that you can minimize your risk as well as outshine your competition. These tips are essential whether you are using a computerized software system like QuickBooks, Xero, Wave, or FreshBooks for your business finances; or doing your bookkeeping manually with an Excel spreadsheet or even a Google Document… Schedule a free consultation, and we'll work together to dive into where you'd like to see yourself and your business in the future. We'll create a laser-focused plan including which steps you need to take and when you should be taking them: www.FinancialAdventure.com/Contact-Us Apply to join the Mastering Your Small Business Finances CEO Mastermind or the Elevate Your Bookkeeping Business GROW Mastermind group: www.FinancialAdventure.com/Mastermind Grab Your FREE guide: 5 Essential Strategies For Stress-Free Bookkeeping: www.FinancialAdventure.com/5Essentials Looking for a payroll solution for your business? You can get an exclusive 15% discount on your payroll services when you sign up here: www.FinancialAdventure.com/ADP Looking for an extremely beneficial online bookkeeping resource? Join us in our Mastering Your Small Business Finances Membership, where you can ask questions and get answers regarding your specific business. We dive deeper into the topics on this podcast and provide additional resources and accountability: www.FinancialAdventure.com/MYSBF Your FREE Online Virtual Bookkeeping Business Starter Guide & Success Path is waiting for you: www.FinancialAdventure.com/StarterGuide Sign up for a virtual coffee chat to see if starting a Bookkeeping Business is right for you: www.FinancialAdventure.com/Discovery Join Our Facebook Community: www.Facebook.com/Groups/WomenBusinessOwnersUltimateDIYBookkeepingBoutique Are you a bookkeeper looking to start, grow or scale your bookkeeping business? Join our FREE bookkeeper community here: www.FinancialAdventure.com/BookkeeperCommunity QuickBooks Online - Save 50% Your First 3 Months: www.FinancialAdventure.com/QuickBooks Show Notes: www.FinancialAdventure.com This podcast is sponsored by Financial Adventure, LLC ~ visit www.FinancialAdventure.com for additional information and free resources.
Nicole Cardone and Deborah Gorman created their gourmet sorbet SorBabes because they want to share a product that brings people joy and is made with wholesome, plant-based ingredients that everyone can enjoy. SorBabes started in 2013 and has now grown into a sorbet brand that's stocked in more than 6,000 stores, Cardone and Gorman have grown the business step by step, from selling at a single farmers market to a distribution deal with a major U.S. co-packer.Sorbabes has recently been featured in Veg Out Magazine, Fortune, and Pop Sugar. VegNews even called their sorbet one of the best vegan products of all time. Listen in to how Nicole and Deborah started this business and how they continue to adapt.
We discuss the top mistakes to avoid early in your entrepreneurial journey. Look, when you start something new, you don't know what you don't know. It's easy to make a lot of mistakes early on that become obvious to you only later with experience. I know this because I've been through it. I've engaged in all of the mistakes we're about to discuss.Show LinksoVertoneGovaloAMP by Shop SheriffPost Pilot - The Godfather offer! They'll build the first campaign for you and send them.SponsorsFree 30-day trial of Zipify OCU - To get an unadvertised gift, email email@example.com and ask for the "Tech Nasty Bonus".Back up your store with RewindTry Bold Product Upsell, free trialPrivy: The Fastest Way To Grow Sales With Email & SMSNever miss an episodeSubscribe wherever you get your podcastsJoin Kurt's newsletterHelp the showAsk a question in The Unofficial Shopify Podcast Facebook GroupLeave a reviewSubscribe wherever you get your podcastsWhat's Kurt up to?See our recent work at EthercycleSubscribe to our YouTube ChannelApply to work with Kurt to grow your store.
This week I'm speaking with Erika who is a nail expert giving us ALL the tips along with being owner of 'Cutie Oils'Find Erika on social media: @erikadoesnails & @cutieoils.coHit me up at @choosandfashiondoos
We're back with Christine Job, an American business strategist in Spain and host of “Flourish in the Foreign,” a podcast that celebrates and elevates the voices Black women who are thriving abroad.In this mini-episode, Christine shares the first steps to consider if you want to build a business abroad.We're jumping right into the conversation, where Christine is discussing how her own business has evolved and how entrepreneurship is a form of self-actualization. Enjoy!Hello! I'm your host, Sarah Mikutel. But the real question is, who are you? Where are you now and where do you want to be? Can I help you get there?Visit sarahmikutel.com to learn how we can work together to help you achieve more peace, happiness, and positive transformation in your life.It's not super easy for U.S. citizens to get visas to live and work abroad (and the U.S. gov doesn't make it easy for people to come in either). But millions of Americans have figured out how to create a life overseas, and so can you.Here's my cheat sheet of the nine easiest countries to move to from the U.S.https://www.sarahmikutel.com/countryguide
Another episode of TAKIN A BREAK PODCAST and ANOTHER amazing guest on the show. Grace Mcgohan talks about her love for her business a long with some suggestions on people who want to start a business at a young age. So sit back, get your snacks together and GET READY because it only gets better from here. Thanks for takin a break with us!
Are you ready to start your own business? We are here with our unsolicited advice, as usual! This week we discuss everything we have learned over the past few years of running our own businesses. The good, the bad, the ugly. Nothing is off-limits. Including some of the not-so-great customers Dani has encountered over the years. Enjoy! Drink of the Week Pink Azalea Connect with Us on Instagram @pressforchampagnepodcast Dani @culleyavenue Brandi @_brandi_jo_ --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
So many new business owners struggle with the big decision of whether to quit their full time job or not. If this is you, then today's episode should be super helpful as I talk you through 5 big questions to ponder so that you can finally make your decision! Ready more hereCLICK HERE FOR THE PRINTABLE you can work through with the 5 Big Questions to ask yourself as you decide whether or not to quit your job, New here? GET STARTED below:1. FREE DOWNLOADS HERE! FREE 16-step Business Starters Checklist + Figure out your business idea with the IKIGAI GUIDE2. JOIN the awesome, private FB group HERE - it's so much fun!3. WORK with me HERE - wahoo! GET HELP FOR YOUR NEW BUSINESS in 3 ways:1 -
Using your passion for boosting profits in your business is key to your happiness and success, but you need to know how to propel your passion into your business. Focusing on what excites you and putting that energy to work for you to create a profitable business takes work, but when you have passion behind your every move, you are able to push through even the biggest challenges in your business. In today's podcast episode, I am talking about how to make your passion profitable by discussing how you can find your passion as well as your purpose, validate your ideas, create a plan to do the work, and then turn it into a profitable business. You need to prioritize it, and it doesn't matter if you are a self-employed individual, a solopreneur, entrepreneur, mompreneur, freelancer, small business owner, a remote, virtual, online, or in-house bookkeeper, or a virtual assistant or VA. We'll go from a possibility to reality without letting fear hold you back. If you're ready to believe you can take your passion and create a profitable and successful business, let's dive in. These tips are essential whether you are using a computerized software system like QuickBooks, Xero, Wave, or FreshBooks for your business finances; or doing your bookkeeping manually with an Excel spreadsheet or even a Google Document… Schedule a free consultation, and we'll work together to dive into where you'd like to see yourself and your business in the future. We'll create a laser-focused plan including which steps you need to take and when you should be taking them: www.FinancialAdventure.com/Contact-Us Apply to join the Mastering Your Small Business Finances CEO Mastermind or the Elevate Your Bookkeeping Business GROW Mastermind group: www.FinancialAdventure.com/Mastermind Grab Your FREE guide: 5 Essential Strategies For Stress-Free Bookkeeping: www.FinancialAdventure.com/5Essentials Looking for a payroll solution for your business? You can get an exclusive 15% discount on your payroll services when you sign up here: www.FinancialAdventure.com/ADP Looking for an extremely beneficial online bookkeeping resource? Join us in our Mastering Your Small Business Finances Membership, where you can ask questions and get answers regarding your specific business. We dive deeper into the topics on this podcast and provide additional resources and accountability: www.FinancialAdventure.com/MYSBF Your FREE Online Virtual Bookkeeping Business Starter Guide & Success Path is waiting for you: www.FinancialAdventure.com/StarterGuide Sign up for a virtual coffee chat to see if starting a Bookkeeping Business is right for you: www.FinancialAdventure.com/Discovery Join Our Facebook Community: www.Facebook.com/Groups/WomenBusinessOwnersUltimateDIYBookkeepingBoutique Are you a bookkeeper looking to start, grow or scale your bookkeeping business? Join our FREE bookkeeper community here: www.FinancialAdventure.com/BookkeeperCommunity QuickBooks Online - Save 50% Your First 3 Months: www.FinancialAdventure.com/QuickBooks Show Notes: www.FinancialAdventure.com This podcast is sponsored by Financial Adventure, LLC ~ visit www.FinancialAdventure.com for additional information and free resources.
“When you work through your partnerships, you want to make sure that it's mutually beneficial,” says Louisa Serene Schneider, Founder of Rowan, an ear-piercing boutique dedicated to providing safe piercings to customers around the country. While Louisa initially began attracting customers through word-of-mouth marketing and local partnerships, she has since grown her business on a national scale. Today, Rowan has a national partnership with Target, plus many of their own boutiques (with more popping up all across the country). As a mother, Louisa was hard-pressed to find a safe alternative to piercing her daughters' ears. With a strong background in finance and a good eye for business opportunities, Louisa was inspired to start Rowan, a one-of-a-kind piercing service that offers hypoallergenic jewelry and piercings provided by trained nurses. Throughout her journey, Louisa has found incredible strength within her partnerships. Not only is she able to better spread awareness about her service, but she can return the favor. Tune into this episode of Dear FoundHer… to learn more about the importance of building strategic partnerships, your network, understanding your customers, and word of mouth marketing so you can take actionable steps towards pursuing your business ideas. Quotes • “Be fearful when others are greedy. Be greedy when others are fearful.” (10:47-10:50) • “You really need to know your customer. You need to know where she is, what she reads, what kind of coffee she likes. You need to know everything about her so that you can provide her a solution that she might not even know she wants.” (16:37-16:50) • “I think the biggest compliment is when people say ‘why didn't I think of that'?” (16:56-17:00) • “There's nothing more valuable than word of mouth.” (24:38-24:40) • “The path to getting an investor is really challenging, and it requires a tremendous number of meetings.” (31:16-31:24) • “You need to have a super tight elevator pitch on what you're doing and why it's amazing. Don't shy away from it, tell everyone.” (32:42-32:50) Connect with Louisa Serene Schneider: Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/louisasereneschneider Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/heyrowan Please don't forget to rate, comment, and subscribe to Dear FoundHer on Apple, Spotify, or wherever you listen to podcasts! Looking to up your social media game? Join Lindsay for her FREE Social Media for Small Business Masterclass starting April 25th. SIGN UP HERE. Want even more resources for growing your business? • Grab one of Lindsay's FREE quick small business marketing guides: https://www.lindsaypinchuk.com/freebie • Follow Lindsay on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lindsaypinch Use code FoundHer for 50% off your first month with both HiveCast and Fireside Podcast production and show notes provided by HiveCast.fm
Sometimes, the best way to push forward is to simplify. For a new business, a million shiny objects can become distractions disguised as goals. As legitimate as these goals may be, you can't take your eyes off the most important prize of all — the one that'll ensure your business's long-term future. Today, we explore […] The post MBA2022 Your Only Goal When Starting a Business + Free Ride Friday appeared first on The $100 MBA.
In today's episode, I help you deal with the fact that some people just won't get it when it comes to your business. Whether it be customers, family or friends, you need to prepare now so you don't get hurt - because it's nothing to get hurt over anyways. READ MORE HERE New here? GET STARTED below:1. FREE DOWNLOADS HERE! FREE 16-step Business Starters Checklist + Figure out your business idea with the IKIGAI GUIDE2. JOIN the awesome, private FB group HERE - it's so much fun!3. WORK with me HERE - wahoo! GET HELP FOR YOUR NEW BUSINESS in 3 ways:1 -
Today, I share with you a recipe for my world famous Honey-glazed baby back ribs, with a secret ingredient that I think will surprise you just a bit but will hopefully get your creative juices flowing.
I can almost guarantee that every new business owner asked the question, “Where do I even START?” at the beginning of their journey and wished they had a roadmap to follow.I know I did when I first started my photography business 15 years ago!>>With a decade of entrepreneurial experience under my belt and having made plenty of mistakes along the way, I feel confident in saying I know how to build a business from the ground up.