Today we talk about why free stuff is bad – not just for business people who spend a lot of time and energy on free products, webinars or consultations but for the people who get the free stuff, too.
We talk with Mojca Mars about whether the “femtrepreneur” movement is isolating and excluding women rather than promoting their interests. We take on common views and misconceptions about sexism and dare you to be yourself no matter what that means.
We talk to Sarah The Rebel, author of Marvel’s Agent Carter: Season One Declassified and self described angry, feminist geek. She tells us about how she got started on her entrepreneurial journey and the fun and challenges she had along the way.
Today we talk to Geoff Livingston about two topics: the first is his experience publishing (and his transition from business to fiction, traditional publishing to self publishing) and the second is the sunsetting of his marketing agency.
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.
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.
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.”