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77 minutes | Feb 19, 2022
Lisa Simmons - How Changing Her Mindset Changed Her Life
Lisa Simmons is the single mom of six adult children who range in age from 29-19. This enterprising, multi-potentialite found herself at rock bottom after her narcissistic husband left her and their children with nothing.One eye-catching quote at her lowest point reminded her of the power of her mind which sparked a steady climb out of the hole she was in.Today Lisa's living her dream life on a ranch she recently purchased for herself, her partner and her horses. Lisa also shares what she knows about how thoughts create your reality and the crypto space with her nearly 25k followers on TikTok. She teaches boomers and Gen Xers how to participate in the crypto revolution.
74 minutes | Jul 9, 2021
Deborah Hayward - Sharing Her Residential School Survival Story One Clip At a Time
Deborah Hayward is a mother and grandmother from Kitamaat Village, B.C. who is sharing her story of surviving residential school as a teenager one clip at a time on TikTok. As her life memories surface, Debra shares them during daily posts to her 20+ thousand followers on the wildly popular social media platform. My goal was to give Debra a platform to tell her story in a longer form. We talk about the day she left, how the separation affected her family, then and now, and how she's reclaiming and restoring her native culture on her own timetable and in her own way.
50 minutes | Jan 8, 2021
Joshua Lisec - Secrets of The Ghostpersuader
Joshua Lisec is a ghost writer with a unique talent stack. He helps his clients author award-winning and best-selling books and close contracts for their premium services and products. One of the keys to Joshua's success is his understanding and mastery of persuasion in every form of writing. He launched a new business teaching others how to persuasionize their own writing through his courses, "The Best Way to Say It" and "Write This, Not That".Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.
58 minutes | Dec 29, 2020
Stephanie Penich - Accidental Medium to Business Owner and Mentor
Stephanie Penich was going about her life, enjoying her various jobs and practicing reiki, when she started to receive messages out of the blue for friends, family and clients from their loved ones who had passed. Steph recorded her experiences in a little black journal and turned those notes into a fascinating podcast called "Medium in the Middle". While her mediumship journey unfolds, Stephanie is building an audience, a website, a business and a brand offering online and in-person energy and spiritual services and mentorship.
48 minutes | Dec 18, 2020
Alexandra Fasulo - Million Dollar Freelance Writer
Alex Fasulo joined Fiverr.com in 2015 hoping to earn an extra $50 a month. She listed a single gig offering to write press releases for just $5 with a goal to rack up 5 star ratings and an excellent reputation on the site. When she quit a PR job that was toxic after just a month, she turned to her Fiverr dashboard, offered a few more services and woke up to a new business and freedom. Fast forward 6 years and Alex has earned over a million dollars on the platform. She shares everything she's learned through an ebook, courses and hundreds of sub-one minute videos on TikTok™. This episode is packed with inspiration, candor and no-nonsense advice about how to launch and navigate a freelance business on one of the most popular and visible platforms in the world. Alex is a force in the best way and I think you'll love her personality as much as I do.
37 minutes | Nov 17, 2020
Brin Norman - How She Turned Her Etsy Expertise Into A Premium Coaching Business That Scales
Brin Norman started an Etsy shop in 2015 to earn some extra income as a stay-at-home mom. When she acquired her first Silhouette machine, she pivoted her product line to scale her business. Her shop has continued to evolve from physical inventory to digital downloads and Brin has learned solid strategies for success on Etsy along the way. As a top seller, Brin shares lots of free hard-earned wisdom through her website, Instagram and over 70k followers on Tik Tok. She also launched a formal coaching business to give more personalized guidance to clients.Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.
46 minutes | Nov 9, 2020
Elizabeth Miller - How She Turned Her Caregiving Experience Into a Business and Found a Tribe Along the Way
Like many Americans, Elizabeth Miller found herself struggling to balance a full time career, parenting active teenagers and helping her ailing and aging parents. As the demands piled on, she realized her health and well-being were suffering and was inspired to make small and simple healthy choices for 100 days in a row.That self-challenge turned into Happy Healthy Caregiver, a multi-media lifestyle site that focuses on caregivers.Through her podcast, certified coaching, public speaking and partners, Elizabeth offers strategies, practical tools and ideas for practicing self-care, developing healthy habits and practices and sourcing outside help. Elizabeth's business model has evolved and she has positioned herself to use the skills and connections she has developed for future projects to support caregivers through technology.
46 minutes | Jan 10, 2020
Ian Westermann - How He Took His Interest and Skill in Teaching Tennis Online to Reach Students All Over the World
Ian Westermann turned a tennis oriented podcast and blog into the premier instructional site on the web.Essential Tennis boasts an extensive catalogue of free informational and instructional content including hundreds of videos on Youtube, two podcasts, "Essential Tennis" and "Shankcast" and blog articles. For the tennis enthusiast who wants more, they offer stand alone courses, a thriving membership community with regular live calls and live video instruction and exclusive in-person clinics at resort locations.Ian discusses the genesis and growth of his business, the evolution of his team, flexing his creative and other skills and the the luxury of outsourcing the tasks that don't suit him.Buzzsprout - Let's get your podcast launched! Start for FREE Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.
42 minutes | Nov 9, 2019
Cathy Sikorski - Helping Adults and Caregivers Minimize and Avoid Financial Catastrophe With Basic Legal Tools
Cathy Sikorski is an Elder Law attorney who has been a caregiver for multiple family members and friends in need. She's also the author of two books, including the Amazon Bestseller, "Who Moved My Teeth?", a practical and humorous guide to the basic legal and financial instruments that every adult should have in place.Cathy has shifted her traditional legal practice to build a new business. She is dedicated to informing and helping caregivers prepare financially for a future in which their own Social Security and retirement benefits might be lacking as a direct result of their time spent out of the workforce.Buzzsprout - Let's get your podcast launched! Start for FREE Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.
47 minutes | Oct 25, 2019
Stephen Warley - How He's Preparing New Business Owners for the Future of Work by Teaching Them About The Life Skills That Matter
Stephen Warley describes himself as "happily unemployable" after nearly 20 years of working for himself when the dotcom bubble and the 2008 recession disrupted his career and the broadcast industry forever. Stephen has recognized and distilled a discreet set of unchangeable human characteristics that are rarely emphasized in traditional settings. Stephen helps clients build new businesses and prepare for the future of work by focusing on the "life skills that matter". In this episode, we discuss the three most important life skills and how they work together to future-proof any business. Stephen identifies the four learning curves that happen simultaneously when learning how to work for yourself. Learn how Stephen's 30 day accelerator program can help you transition from traditional employment to self-employment or help you get traction in a struggling or stagnant business.
33 minutes | Oct 4, 2019
Hannah Sutor - How She Got a Surprising Shift in Perspective from Traveling The Country
Hannah Sutor and her husband had everything except time with each other and memorable experiences with their new daughter outside of their demanding jobs. They traded in 90% of their possessions and their suburban lifestyle for an RV adventure on the road. Learn how the Sutors leveraged technology, Youtube and other platforms to learn how to make an unconventional idea possible and what Hannah learned about herself, work-life balance and the U.S. along the way.
52 minutes | Sep 27, 2019
Anna Harrison - Curating Custom Travel Experiences
Anna Harrison has a unique background that dovetailed perfectly into her business as a travel consultant who provides custom itineraries for experienced and novice travelers alike.In this episode, we discuss Anna's fascinating childhood and post-graduate experience, the business model which allows her to personalize her business at no extra cost to her clients, how she uses modern tools to streamline her service and much more.
30 minutes | Sep 20, 2019
Ed Latimore 2.0 - The Parts Where We Didn't Talk About His Twitter Expertise
Ed Latimore is multi-dimensional. What's more interesting is that his dimensions are not your typical past-times.In this bonus episode, you'll hear the parts of our conversation that weren't related to his explosive Twitter presence including life after graduating with a degree in Physics, how he prepares for a professional boxing match, other projects, speaking opportunities and how Ed can take advantage of having captured the attention of thought leaders online.
32 minutes | Aug 16, 2018
Matt McWilliams (pt 2) - Tips on Selling Your Audience What it Wants, Evergreen v. Seasonal Products and Repurposing Content
In part two, Matt McWilliams dives deep into affiliate and marketing strategies. He discusses how to sell your audience what it wants, launch vs membership models and how never to run out of content.
36 minutes | Aug 6, 2018
Matt McWilliams-Leveraging His Expertise in Marketing and Affiliate Programs for Limitless Opportunities
Matt McWilliams is a marketing and affiliate genius. From doubling his family golf school to managing multi-million dollar affiliate programs, Matt has leveraged his expertise to help clients launch successful products and services and created a thriving business teaching others how to master affiliate programs.
15 minutes | Jul 16, 2018
Beth Phillips-Recognizing Skill Fluency
I share a story about how producing this show helped me realize that I took my skills in the legal practice completely for granted 20 years ago. I think the story will help you recognize skills that you use daily that you're probably taking for granted.
36 minutes | Jul 3, 2018
Kelly Garrett-Integrating Messenger Bots Into Her Design and Marketing Business
Kelly Garrett has been curious and eager to try new technologies since the earliest days of desktop publishing and dot matrix printers. She combined her IT and graduate degree in marketing to start her own freelance business designing websites and other projects for clients after graduate school. Fast forward 12 years and Kelly is the founder and Master of Marketing of Ekcetera.com, a design and marketing business, where she helps clients with all aspects of branding, marketing and developing customer relationships. Her latest fascination is facebook messenger bots and she's quickly becoming an expert in the technology.
34 minutes | Jun 22, 2018
Carrie Olsen - How She Leveraged Corporate Training and Podcasting Into A Wildly Successful VO Business And Another Spinoff
Carrie Olsen is one of the original inspirations for this podcast and the idea of using a skillset to pursue a career and lifestyle that most people only dream of. Not only did Carrie leverage her corporate skills to pursue the craft of voiceover acting as a business from the beginning but she used the same skills to create courses and a model to teach others how to navigate the industry and pursue their own dreams. We pack a lot of information into this interview and whether you or someone you know is interested in voiceover as a career, you'll be inspired by Carrie's approach to a new industry, her commitment to the craft and business and optimizing her existing skills and expertise to create an entirely new career for herself.
42 minutes | Jun 8, 2018
Todd Brison-How and Why to Use Medium to Develop a Writing Habit and Build a Platform
Todd Brison is a writer who adopted the publishing platform, Medium.com, early to develop a consistent writing habit and find his audience. He employed a few specific strategies to grow his followers to 56K that are still effective today, even if you're a brand new writer.
48 minutes | Jun 1, 2018
Jocelyn Paonita Pearson-Solving the Problem of Crushing Student Loan Debt
Jocelyn Paonita Pearson paid for her entire college education by finding and applying for scholarships that were overlooked or ignored by others. The oldest of five children, her parents made it clear that they were not in a position to pay for or take on debt for her higher education. She turned her relatively unique experience of graduating completely debt-free into a business when she found herself answering the same questions from family and friends about how she did it. Her system turned into a self-published ebook then an interactive course and now into a thriving business and a community with a mission to help families secure $100 million dollars in college scholarships.
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