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This is a special episode takeover by my business coach, James Wedmore. Check out The Mind Your Business Podcast with James Wedmore
We’ve been conditioned to believe that the more we work, the more we earn. And often we use "busy" as a badge of honor – we equate success with working more hours and how hard we put effort into our work.
But I bet, there’s not a single person in the world who wouldn’t like to work less and make more money at the same time. And maybe like me, you probably started your business because you wanted to have ownership and control of how you spent your time. You do not have this dream to be chained to your desk all the time and work ridiculous hours.
So what does it really take to GROW YOUR INCOME and INCREASE YOUR RESULTS while actually WORKING LESS? And Is it really possible?
Listen to today’s episode – it’s a podcast takeover with my business coach, James Wedmore. He shares with us what it really takes to build a...
This is part 2 of 3 from a series all about health and showing up at your best for your business. Check out episode 142 How to Wake Up Well Rested & Have More Energy to Show Up in Your Business with Tanessa Shears.
Have you ever felt super motivated to create a plan for your business, but a week later when it’s time to do the work you ghost on your scheduled lives, abandon your content batching blocks and end up in front of Netflix with all the snacks?
It’s confusing because sometimes you’re on FIRE and in flow, then the crash of the entrepreneurial roller coaster has you questioning EVERYTHING.
We feel these highs and lows. And you might be thinking this is just all part of our journey as an entrepreneur.
But when was the last time you really questioned that and leaned into what feels right for you?
And what if I tell you that this is just how your body is intended to run naturally and that your cycle is playing a big part of it.
Today episode will help...
This is part 1 of 3 from a series all about health and showing up at your best for your business. Check out episode 143 Unlock More Creativity, Productivity & Magnetism by Working WITH Your Cycle with Renae Fieck.
What if I told you that you could amplify your results, creativity and magnetism by making one simple change?
What is it? It’s your sleep.
Think about it. When was the last time you woke up feeling rested?
Like really well rested.
Not ‘slam the snooze, feel like you got hit by a freight train (aka your toddler’s midnight kick boxing) start the day guzzling coffee’ morning.
The kind where you wake up and feel clear, energized… good.
Many say that building a business takes sacrifice— but for women who don’t want that sacrifice to come at their family’s expense, they cut back on their “me time”.
Except they didn’t really have “me” time, so they cut back on sleep time.
Are slides necessary in a presentation? Does virtual versus in person change that answer? And what do you do if you don’t have a great eye for design?
Slides reinforce what you're saying and to help with understanding. And when used well, they’re a powerful tool for delivering your message more effectively.
Not to worry. In today's episode, my guest Emily Hall, founder and lead creator at E + M Creative (an amazing agency that does presentations and design for speakers and online entrepreneurs) joins us to talk about how you can structure your slides in a more sexy and effective way for your audience and your business.
She’s breaking down the top mistakes presenters make with their slides, how you can correct them and how to adapt your visuals for different environments (including virtual presentations). Stick with us until the end and you’ll learn her three C’s for more effective slides. I hope you’ll enjoy listening and...
One of the best ways to connect with your ideal customers is by becoming a guest on podcasts. But the big question is how do you find shows and get the host to say yes to YOU as a guest? That’s exactly what we’re diving into on today’s episode with podcast pitching expert and PR agency owner, Christina Lenkowski.
Inside this episode, Christina and I are talking about...
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Christina Lenkowski is a forward-thinking podcast publicist and educator for entrepreneurs, speakers and authors looking to expand their credibility and go from “best-kept secret” to “go-to expert” in their industries...
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SURPRISE! It’s a podcast TAKEOVER!
My friend Milan, who you might remember from episode 63, has graciously taken the mic while I rest and recover from being sick (you can laugh at the Reel we created about it here!)
Milan is an alumn from my program, Speak Up to Level Up (or SULU as we call it). He runs an agency based in NYC that has been a huge asset to Team HS. Last year, when I wanted to up my video presence online, he was the first person I called and helped us grow our YouTube audience.
So when it comes to helping YOU become more confident and effective on camera, there’s no one I trust more. This episode is for you if you have a complicated relationships with video :)
I hope you enjoy this special edition take over, I’ll be back next week.
Can narrowing your focus really create more opportunity? The term “niche” has become common lingo in online marketing, but surprisingly many business owners still resist, thinking, if I get too specific I’ll turn people away. So to debunk myths around niching, I brought in business growth strategist for female consultant coaches and service providers, Jessica Osborn.
In this episode we’ll help you navigate how to make a huge shift in how you approach the “niche” conversation. She'll break down the three specific parts of what makes a great niche, and help you avoid the pitfalls of not inching down.
I couldn’t think of a better way to start the new year. So if you want to get clearer and be more specific with your marketing strategy while serving your people best and want to niche down in the right way, this is the episode for you!
In today’s episode I invited Braden Drake, an attorney and tax pro who helps creative entrepreneurs, his take on making his technical topics engaging (and fun)!
In this unscripted conversation about business building, Braden shares how he’s used his voice and personality to build his brand.
We talk about breaking the mold in the industry and how to show up for your people as your true self.
If you ever wonder how to find the balance between figuring out your online business structure and infusing your personality with your marketing tactics, this is an episode I think you’ll really enjoy.
We’re back with another exciting interview from a million dollar course creator, Jono Petrohilos.
I had the pleasure of being a guest on Jono’s podcast, Course Creator Community Podcast: Craft Your SIgnature Talk with Heather Sager.
Jono’s storytelling ability and strong communication skills impressed me from the start. When I heard him share his signature story (from being ranked as the worst fitness bootcamp instructor to creating a million dollar digital course business TEACHING other fitness instructors), I knew I had to have him on the show.
In this episode we’re doing something a little different. Instead of digging into Jono’s expertise on building a digital course business (though he drops some great gems in the episode), our conversation was designed to be a case study for crafting a strong Signature Story.
You’ll hear Jono share his story (like he would from a stage), then we have a candid conversation around why it worked, what process...
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I use Pinterest to save recipes, holiday décor ideas and design inspiration, so whenever I hear someone preach “you should be using Pinterest for business”, I roll my eyes thinking, “who searches for business content on that platform”?
Turns out, a lot of people directly on the platform and indirectly through Google (which pulls straight from Pinterest).
If you’re looking to drive more traffic to your website, drop everything and listen to this conversation with Pinterest Pro, Cara Chace, who helped me understand Pinterest as an evergreen traffic source— versus the daily turn of social media.
As the creator of Pin Power Method, Cara teaches entrepreneurs how to use Pinterest effectively in their business and in this episode she shares how you can put Pinterest to use for...