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The Right Remark podcast
38 minutes | 7 months ago
Remarkable Stories - Hannah Sutton
Hannah Sutton hails from country Victoria, Australia and is currently undergoing studies in the old 19th century tools and techniques of painting at the Florence Academy of Art. In this episode we discuss Hannah's pursuit of her dream, the art of patience, living in Italy during the Covid-19 pandemic and what it means to 'check your values'.
24 minutes | 7 months ago
Episode 12 – Cracking the speaking circuit
As far as building your personal brand goes, talking about yourself to thousands of people is a pretty powerful way to go about it. But what do you really know about the big time- the professional speaking industry? In this episode I speak to an industry titan about what it means to speak with the best of them. Helene Greenham is the co-founder of Platinum Speakers, one of Australia’s most respected speaking bureaus. With 25 years industry experience, Helene has a keen eye for outstanding speaking talent. If you want to learn what it actually takes to crack into the public speaking circuit, what the professionals look for in a public speaker, and how YOU can bag your first public speaking gig- listen now!
15 minutes | 8 months ago
Episode 11 - How I jumped from corporate to business owner and you can too
Making that jump from corporate to self-employed can be terrifying. There's so many things to consider and plan out and it can seem very overwhelming. A feeling I know all too well! In this podcast episode I share my experience in leaving corporate life to start a business and how you can too!
20 minutes | 9 months ago
Episode 10 - My 8 step formula to make your website's About Page pop!
Do you know that after your website's home page (after your home page) is often the most visited page on your website? It's your chance to authentically connect with customers and help people choose YOU but for so many, it's an after thought. In this episode I'm sharing my 8 Step Formula on how to position and write your About Page copy to gain more leads, sales and success!
19 minutes | 10 months ago
Episode 9 - How I went from having everything to being essentially homeless overnight - & what it taught me about business
Do you know what it feels like to have it all and lose it all in the space of 24 hours? I do. In this episode I share how I became homeless overnight thanks to a horrific house fire caused by an electrical fault in the roof of my home. I explain how I got out of the situation and what it's taught me about business and life.
42 minutes | 10 months ago
Episode 8 - Common Mistakes and Mishaps Writing Your Memoir (& How to Avoid Them!)
You want to write a memoir but you've got no idea where to start. Let's be honest - writing a book memoir is terrifying. Besides the common problem of finding the time to write the damn thing, there's the fears - what will Aunt Edna / My parents / My Kids think? Will I get sued? Will anyone read it? Do I even know what I'm doing? And don't even get me started on trying to getting your book published or navigating the self publishing route. This episode I lift the lid on the mistakes and mishaps that can happen when writing memoir (and how to avoid them!) with Dr Sally Breen, Queensland Author and Senior Lecturer of Creative Writing from Griffith University. If you want to know how to write a book or have dreamt of writing a memoir - listen now!
18 minutes | 10 months ago
Episode 7 - My top 5 tips to refresh your brand and level up your business
In this episode, I teach how you how you can refresh your business brand whatever your budget! Injecting fresh new energy into your brand is one of the best ways to increase customers - especially after the recent covid-19 crisis. In this episode I share my 5 top tips on how to refresh your business – so it looks and feels like brand new - without the hefty marketing spend. You'll learn the tools I use and you can too - to level up your online brand. These are five easy ways you can improve your brand instantly - whether you decide to Do It Yourself or hire a professional to help you.
21 minutes | a year ago
Episode 6 - How to pivot during a pandemic with video
Coronavirus has turned business upside down. It's changed the way we connect, the way we share space with each other & how we market and communicate our business. In this episode I talk to Garth Stone, who shares his marketing tips on how to 'Do It Yourself' and create your own video content, shoot video on mobile phone, how to use video to pivot your business during this pandemic and connect with your customers in a more meaningful way than ever before.
40 minutes | a year ago
Episode 5 - Unlocking the calling to create w/ Daisy Hill
Ever thought you were too old / too inexperienced / too [whatever] to pursue your passion? If you've ever been scared to go follow your dreams or put yourself out there - this episode is for you. Daisy Hill, a talented Aboriginal Indigenous Artist shares an inspiring story of how she discovered her artistic skills at 34 years old. We discuss what it takes to be successful, how to deal with what others think and why you should always say YES!
20 minutes | a year ago
Episode 4 - Getting comfortable on camera
Camera shy? In this episode host Vanessa Barrington is talking to Prue Aja, who is a photographer who has a special magic touch for bringing people’s personal brand to life through the camera. Prue’s shares practical tips on how to get comfortable on camera and ensure you get photos that really represent who you are to the world.
27 minutes | a year ago
Episode 3 - Storytelling & Bravery
How many people say “I want to write a book one day?” It’s on many people’s bucket lists. But what about the archetype of the tortured writer – most writers take years and years to get a book written and out into the world. In this episode, we’re exploring the topic of bravery – what happens when you’re called to write about something really personal? How do you actually do it We’re going to talk to someone who didn’t just pour their heart and soul onto paper via a memoir – they did it in SIX months!
28 minutes | a year ago
Creativity and Spirituality
A lot of artists say that when they go to create and write it can feel like the information is coming from somewhere else. I know myself when I go to the page or sit at the computer and I'm doing work, whether it be for a client or even myself in the writing space it can sometimes almost feel like the information is channelled from somewhere else. I know that sounds really weird, but today I was really keen to explore that topic of creativity and spirituality. Are they linked? What role does spirituality play if any when it comes to storytelling and being creative? In this episode we're going to find out.
10 minutes | a year ago
If you're trying to promote your brand, but stuck finding the right words. This is the podcast for you. Get your weekly inspiration on all things storytelling creativity branding and so much more. I share inspiring stories as well as tips and tricks on how to make your words work out in the world. And if you like, you're my marketing secrets podcast hello and welcome to episode 1 of the right remarked podcast. I'm your host for Vanessa Barrington. I am so excited to be launching this little baby with you guys today. This is my first podcast episode, so I would love your feedback. Please don't forget to leave a review. Don’t forget to like it, share it and subscribe – I’d be so grateful if you could help spread the word about this new little passion project of mine. So in this episode today I really wanted to introduce myself and share a little bit about my story and also explain a little bit about why I decided to start this podcast. So, for those you don't know me, my name is Vanessa Barrington. I run a little business called The Right Remark which is all about helping brands and businesses communicate with purpose and to share their story with the world. I started my business 3 years ago. It’s been an incredible journey I've worked with amazing people and in just a short little period of time have felt so privileged to also hear and be exposed to so many people's different stories and I guess that's a little bit of the reason why I wanted to start this podcast. If I go Way Way Back Since I was a kid. I have loved to talk. I used to be the one that was sitting in the classroom getting in trouble for talking in class. That’s progressed onto me making a career out of talking and communicating for a living. I started my studies in journalism, and then started my career. One of my first job was working in radio. Initially as a newsreader, and then they gave me a show on a Saturday morning, which was fantastic and a lot of fun. I did that for a couple of years. So when I was thinking about how can I connect in with this incredible audience and group of people that support The Right Remark and work with me and also collaborate with me? I really wanted to embrace a medium that resonated for me and podcasting really felt right. I suppose given the fact that I started my early years of my career in radio. And also when I thought about what do I want to do a podcast about a really wanted it to be about storytelling? And I guess the reason to that is at the crux of it storytelling is ‘my jam’ from the early days of being a little girl and writing stories, stories is something I have always been obsessed with. I am a massive Bookworm - anyone who knows me knows that I always have at least 8 to 10 books next to my side table in my house. I actually had this really funny fear about running out of things to read. Not many people know that about me! So that was kind of some of the reasons why I decided to do this podcast. In the past few years in particular I have been helping people tell their story through the medium of books and to self publish and that's been really interesting for me because it was something I guess I resisted for for really at least 18 months. These client's were coming to me and asking me to write books and help them write books and I was kinda like “I know how to help you edit a book, but write it? I’ve never written a book before – why would I be doing that!?” You know, it's funny now if I've done around 5 books and helped different individuals self publish their book. I have subsequently been nicknamed a Book Doula – like as someone that helps people birth books, which is quite gorgeous! I really wanted to share a little bit more Insight for those that may not know that that's something I do and and use this platform as an opportunity also to promote some of the incredible people I have worked with. One of the things I've also found in my line of work is a lot of us really struggle to put ourselves out there myself included. This is a reall interesting paradigm that I think we walk between creativity and fear. You know lives in and a lot of artists and people that I speak to that do create and wrote or paint or whatever it might be have these barriers. We put these barriers in front of ourselves that make us doubt ourselves and I really wanted this podcast to be a platform for people to be able to have those honest conversations. I’m keen to explore what are some of the ways we can break down those barriers, and you know particularly in this stage, I think. Right now, we've got this incredible. You know, I'm pretty sure the event that's going on around us and in our lives and to us with the coronavirus - well what better time than right now? I believe the universe is asking us to slowdown and to go within and to really reflect on what matters to us. And and you know for me personally, this is actually a time where I'm being called to create. I haven't written personally myself in 20 years When I was at university, I did a bachelor of journalism, and I made it in creative writing. And I had this tutor and I’d written all this Poetry and I had to submit as part of an assignment and and she provided me some feedback and it was just horrendous the feedback was absolutely scathing. And I remember reading it and just being so gutted. I was completely completely heartbroken that this person had you know judged my work, and basically told me that I was shit and give up now. From that moment. I really didn't feel confident to write my own story. And put myself out there in this way. so when people started coming to me a few years ago and saying hey, can you help me write a book and can you help me edit a book and all those things like? I just felt so comfortable with the editing process and being a professional writer and a trained writer, I guess being able to help people through the editing process – well I felt very comfortable with that, but when I had people starting to come to me and go “Hey, I've got this story in my heart and in my head – can you help me actually get it out there?” It brought up a lot of self-doubt to me. Every time I continue to do that now and help people through that self publishing process it helps them but I feel like it also helps me in a lot of ways. It’s like I’m going back and telling that 19 year old that I was not to get down about the feedback I got about my writing and believe that hey, you know if these clients that I'm working with are so incredible and writing a story and putting themselves out there can do that, maybe I can to one day! So now this podcast I guess is for all the other artists and creatives out there. Just like me. I hope that this podcast will help break down some of these barriers, and also ultimately empower people feel comfortable to share their own story. Storytelling is one of the most ancient forms of human connection that we have and it's something we been doing for millions of years and I hope that each week sharing remarkable stories of remarkable people that I can help in you in some way to explore your own creative journey. So I'm going to be releasing this podcast each and every Tuesday morning. Please keep an eye out on my Instagram make sure you subscribe to my mailing list. You can visit The Right Remark.com to do that. Also please be sure to like, rate, review and share my podcast. Please spread the word. As a very very special gift for those who are going to be supporting me by listening actually going to be offering all kinds of freebies and giveaways as well as practical tips and tools to help you and your own journey of storytelling, so be sure to subscribe to this podcast so you don't miss out. Ok guys. Well. Thank you for listening and next weekend episode coming to be talking to the incredible Gail Warwick. Gail is a client of mine. She is a psychic medium and a spiritual healer. And we have just worked together on publishing and writing her first book and I wanted to bring her on as my first guest to talk about creativity and spirituality, and how spirituality and creativity is linked, so please be sure to tune in next week, so you don't miss that! Also if you could please subscribe like and follow my podcast! Thanks for listening!
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