The WordPress Chick Podcast
About This Show
Kim Doyal, “The WordPress Chick” shares her journey in the world of blogging, life and entrepreneurship on the internet. Sit back, relax and enjoy the ride while Kim discusses her insights on crafting the business and life you want using her platform of choice, WordPress. Whether you’re new to WordPress or consider yourself a more advanced user, these blog building and online tips will make you more successful with your business. Kim is widely known for being “authentic” and connecting with her audience in a fun and informative way that will keep you coming back for each new episode. Kim is totally self-taught when it comes to WordPress and has been making her living online for the past 5 years. She is a published author, movie producer, artist, and has the best cartoon voice you’ll ever hear on a podcast! Her motto is.Read more »
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Funnel Hacking Live 2018: Recap, Thoughts, and 2 HUGE Epiphanies WPCP: 177
Last week I went to Funnel Hacking Live, 2018, in Orlando, Florida. This is the annual ClickFunnels conference ( I had attended the first year they did the event, then skipped the last two years). It had been a few years since I had attended any type of marketing event and when the tickets came out for this event it felt right. This will be my future gauge for whether or not I go to an event: if it feels right when I think about going (no wavering), I'm going to go. No overthinking it.
The beauty of not having gone to a live event in a while was that I had forgotten how much fun it was to connect in person. Which sounds a little like captain obvious, but when you work from home it's too easy to get caught up in just doing your thing (i.e, staying comfortable), that we forget the importance of stepping out of our environment.
Getting a fresh perspective on your own business isn't going to happen when you're "in the thick of things"... you have to step outside of your comfort zone.
I attended the very first Funnel Hacking Live in 2015. TOTALLY different experience (that was their 1st event, this was their 4th). The first one was held in Las Vegas, which is one of my least favorite places. No offense to anyone who lives there, but all events in Vegas are on the strip and it's just not my scene (doesn't mean I wouldn't go to an event there, but I prefer not to).
I was happy that the event was in Orlando, especially since it wasn't in the middle of summer with crazy humidity. It was at the Disney Coronado Springs Resort. The resort itself was fine, but it was not conducive to holding such a large event. There were literally two main places to eat, along with a few 'pop up' options (a couple food trucks, a place to buy wraps, and a salad bar. I will say CF provided a few meals which were awesome. Personally, I'd rather pay more for the ticket and have the meals included. We spent a lot of time in lines for meals). The other thing that was a little bit of a bummer was that the property is laid out so all the rooms are across this 'lagoon', so it was a jaunt if you wanted to drop something in your room or just go hang out (this so sounds like #firstwRead more »
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Dec 30, 2017