Hit the Mic with The Stacey Harris
About This Show
Hit the Mic with The Stacey Harris is the must hear podcast for women entrepreneurs ready to get their message out online without feeling like a douchebag.
Listen in as Stacey and her guests talk about marketing, social media, business, and making it all work in your life. Each Tuesday Stacey answers questions from listeners and shares the latest in information from the online marketing space.
The Stacey Harris is a powerhouse online entrepreneur helping her clients reach rock star status with communities full of raving fans who follow them anywhere. She has a passion for building and being active in communities and teaching folks to use networking to build relationships that grow businesses.
Her passion for rock stars goes back to her roots, she graduated with a degree in audio engineering ready to take the music scene by storm. She quickly started working with an up and coming record label finding bands to sign and feature on their web radio station. Now returning to her web radio roots Stacey is the host of her own show Hit the Mic with The Stacey Harris.
You can find out more and connect with The Stacey Harris at www.thestaceyharris.com and over on Twitter at @TheStaceyHarris.
Most Recent Episode
Change is Business is a Good Things
5 days ago
Welcome to episode 375 of Hit the Mic with The Stacey Harris. Today on the show, we're gonna talk about change. Change is scary. But also, super like, gonna happen to everybody and every business and everything in your life. It changes, it evolves, it grows. And that's good. But I feel like this time of the year, November, we kind of see the end of the year ahead, or depending on maybe when you start your year, I know a lot of people do like, mid-year is kind of their start, so maybe you're at the halfway point of your "year," your reflection time, I feel like for me, though, I kind of run my year either ... I feel like I have a lot of these refresher times. Like, the school year, I guess September I always feel kind of like, it's new. But definitely, as the number changes, so in December and November, when we're looking ahead, this year is 2018 and like, January/February ... you have this whole. It's like the first page of a notebook. You have this whole stretch of time ahead of you. And I try not to plan or get too caught up in massive time periods. I definitely have a general idea of what I want the next, honestly, three years of my business to look like, in a really general sense. Like, super general sense. But now, in November, is definitely when I start looking at what's up for next year in a slightly less-general sense. I tend to get more, more, more detailed when we look at 12 week quarters. But I'm a big fan of mapping out things, like Backstage trainings for the year. I really like to put together a general sense of what my editorial calendar will be for the year, what my launch periods will be for the year because that helps me know ... when I get an opportunity to be an affiliate for something, if I have the space for that, or if ... I get some crazy, awesome new idea. Again, if I have the space for that. Or, more often than not, what needs to be removed from my life so I can make the space for it. So, in November, I start looking at what do I need to change to hit my goals? I also like to look back at what's changed since the last time I looked, so over the course of 2017, what's changed in my business? And so today I want to talk