Nicole Bandes says it is time to stop defining success based on your parents or grandparents definition.
Email goes well with all of the other elements in your marketing wardrobe.
Renee Harris has nine children and a six figure online business. Discover how she balances both
Guest Elizabeth Ruth suggests when you start with a clear brand voice it is easier to create content which entertains and is memorable enough to help you sell products.
Changes to the Facebook algorithm are transforming the company from a social media company built on human conversations to a mass media company built around video.
Patty Farmer believes if you lead with contribution to others the compensation will follow
With the rising cost of staffing, Matt Levenhagen thinks international employees provide an affordable alternative.
This is no time to bury your head in the sand. If you want your business to be around when the economy picks up, you need to take action.
Guest Jennifer Crawford says there is lots of talk in the entrepreneurial space about finding your why. It can be a complex journey to find your why or your zone of genius.
Our guest, Rai Hyde Cornell, reminds us that Google is not the one clicking the buy now or book a call button. They are not the ones making the decision.
Your price should be driven by the value you deliver, not the cost of delivering it.
Thomas Helfrich agrees some of the early AI content wasn’t great it has gotten much better.
Andrea Jones explains one of the challenges with social media is that it’s a mixture of our business and our personal life.
Evergreen content is always relevant
Kathleen Celmins believes people don’t buy products, they buy the transformation.
Fiona Valentine explains how to unlock your creativity by drawing just a few minutes every day.
Your personal brand exists in the mind of your customer
A sales conversation is about more than just finding pain.
Laura Templeton, suggests we stop saying please
Your business village should be filled with smart, talented subject matter experts to help you fill in the gaps.
Kyle Roof explains that Google doesn’t work the way you think it does.
Mary Henderson believes you are sitting on a goldmine of experience if you can systemize your knowledge transforming it into a solution
Words have the power to move people to action
Social engineer, Benjamin Bressington says there is a scorecard, if you look for it. In this episode, he boils down people into four main types
Use the Rule of 26 to double the revenue coming from your website by focusing on just three objectives; web traffic, conversion rate and lifetime value of customers
Conflict cultivates discussions and create opportunities to uncover new and innovative solutions
Just in time for summer, Carol Clegg shares some great tips on how to vacation-proof your business. You can get away and still get things done.
Rich Brooks believes everyone is remarkable.
Your marketing should line up with your customer’s buying journey
Joel Salomon doesn’t believe you should have to choose between your passion and your prosperity.