Podcast engineer Chris Curran joins us to talk about pivoting in your business, whether you decide it’s time to change or you’re forced into one. We talk about how to know when it’s time to pivot and what it means for your entrepreneurial journey.
Today we talk about how to repurpose content you’ve already created. We also discuss whether it’s possible to separate your business and personal life and if saying, “It’s not personal, it’s just business” is valid or just an excuse for bad behavior.
Today’s “after hours” episode covers books, movies, apple pie and prostate exams. And we promise it’s fun. Join us as we take a break from business (mostly) and host our once-per-month show about all the other things that go into making life happen.
We hit our one year podcast anniversary and 150 episodes today! We plan to keep going and talk more about how to start a business, sustain a business, manage a business, make money with a business and market a business – all while enjoying your life.
When you start a business venture with partners, consider your Shareholder or Operating Agreement so everyone knows how the business works and what to expect.
Today we’re talking about health because if your physical or mental health suffers, so will your business. We talk eating healthy, exercise, taking a “brain break” and taking care of yourself so you can enjoy the fruits of your labors.
From believing the promises of get-rich internet schemes to finding his passion in helping people, Wade Harman has made the mistakes so many have made, and ultimately experienced the success that comes with perseverance and being true to yourself.
Periscope, Meerkat and live streaming. It’s the hot new marketing trend. But how do you know if it’s right for you? That’s what we tackle today as we share different perspectives with Ryan Hanley of Content Warfare fame.
Marketing isn’t magic. Content marketing is old news. And sales letters with typos may convert better than perfect ones. In his book The Nuclear Chowder Marketing Method, Mike Brooks takes on marketing fundamentals.
Being an entrepreneur is hard but it has its rewards – namely freedom. Today we talk about the ups and downs and the decisions you have to make – from business models to revenue streams, partnerships and more.
Backlinks, branding, competing with big brands and more… that’s what we talk about with Mark Traphagen of Stone temple Consulting, who spends time “failing so you don’t have to.”
If you work in a service business, your cash flow problems may not be about how many customers you have or how much you charge. It could be a result of your poor billing habits.
You may be busy perfecting email subject lines and crafting engaging Facebook posts. You may even be getting leads. But are you losing customers and sacrificing loyalty because you lack good old-fashioned people skills?
Periscope is the hot new thing in video streaming, but is it right for your business? Before you jump on this – or the next trend – stop to consider the fundamentals of marketing. Think strategy, not tools. And beware confusing engagement with success.
Small business owners make a lot of financial mistakes, from not recording expenses to not tracking time to under pricing and more. Today we talk to Numbers Whisperer Nicole Fende about how to approach finances differently and more effectively.