Category Archives for "Podcast"
Today, I’m chatting with Kai Davis
Kai Davis is an Outreach Consultant in Eugene, Oregon, who helps bootstrappers, product creators, self-funded startups, and single founder companies grow their audience and promote their best products and content. He connects with influencers and finds opportunities to expose your best products and content to their audiences.
He writes about Digital Outreach and Public Relations at Double Your Audience. If you’re looking for help growing your business, you can browse his consulting offerings and sign up for his free newsletter.
Get a free course on reaching influencers with your content at FreeOutreachCourse.com
Kai’s website: DoubleYourAudience.com
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Today, I’m chatting with Nicole Holland
She is the remarkable woman behind the Business Building Rockstar brand. She hosts an annual online summit, two podcasts, plus has a virtual academy where she supports entrepreneurs at every level in making a greater impact in the world.
Nicole has inspired and supported thousands of business builders around the globe and she’s excited to be here with us today to share her journey and top tips for being a Business Building Rockstar.
Business Building Rockstar Summit (with 30 inspiring sessions with top business builders—and lots of free biz building gifts): https://businessbuildingrockstarsummit.com/anywhere
Today, I’m chatting with Nadine Blanchette—an event organizer and virtual assistant from Canada.
After achieving success as an Event Coordinator for years, travelling around the world for a great Corporation– Nadine decided to settle down for a stable career in order to be more available to her growing family.
Starting her home business as a Virtual assistant came naturally. At the age of 40 she launched Planification MLB, offering both events and administrative planning services.
Her business had flourished rapidly, with Nadine making her way to the top in a highly competitive niche.
By offering a different approach to traditional secretarial services, and by learning to stand out in a crowded market
— She has managed to make a difference in the world of virtual assisting and event planning.
Nadine’s website: PlanificationMLB.ca
Today, I’m chatting with Elizabeth Potts Weinstein.
Elizabeth is the founder and lead attorney for EPW Small Business Law PC in San Jose, California. She helps entrepreneurs, small business owners, artists, online publishers, coaches, and consultants get the legal complexities out of their way, so they can get back to helping their clients and changing the world.
Elizabeth has built a business that fits her lifestyle and she offers the same flexibility to her two employees, who frequently work from different continents. The EPW team writes a blog on legal, small business, and lifestyle themes, and Elizabeth hosts a Facebook Live video show on small business law topics such as avoiding mistakes with your LLC.
Elizabeth has been featured in The Wall Street Journal, Inc.com, Entrepreneur.com, Chicago Tribune, Reader’s Digest, as well as many radio shows and podcasts. She’s licensed to practice law in California and before the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office,
Elizabeth’s website: ElizabethPW.com
Today, I’m chatting with Kurt Elster
One of the most highly regarded independent consultants in his industry, Kurt Elster is a Senior Ecommerce Consultant who helps Shopify store owners uncover hidden profits in their websites.
Kurt is the founder of ecommerce agency Ethercycle, host of the popular Ecommerce Hacks Weekly video series, author of Ecommerce Bootcamp, and host of The Unofficial Shopify Podcast.
These resources have helped thousands of Shopify store owners create impact, freedom, & wealth. You can learn more and subscribe to Kurt’s free newsletter at Kurtelster.com
He is also the author of Email Templates for Freelancers where he shows you how a well-crafted message can improve your entire freelance business. And The Independent Consulting Manual: An Insider’s Guide to Building Six-Figure Solo Consultancies.
Kurt’s website: KurtElster.com
Today, I’m chatting with Katelyn Bourgoin, founder of Vendeve.com
An ideas-junkie with a penchant for rebellion, Katelyn sees life like a giant connect-the-dots puzzle. She’s deathly allergic to the status quo, and believes that anything worth doing is worth doing differently.
Katelyn’s radical approach to strategic branding and communications has made her a go-to authority in Halifax.
Recognized as one of Nova Scotia’s top 15 young entrepreneurs (2012 CYBF HighFlier), Katelyn built her career on crafting “wow-worthy experiences” that get people talking. After founding RedRiot at age 25, she grew the company from a one-woman freelance business into one of Halifax’s top branding agencies.
Katelyn’s entrepreneurial highlight reel includes bigwig clients like Target and Holiday Inn. Katelyn and her team are now hopping busy working on the next big internet sensation, Vendeve.com—the business network for women entrepreneurs.
Vendeve will change the way women do business online, which in turn, changes the way the world does business.
Joel Klettke is a conversion copywriter and business owner from Calgary, Alberta in Canada. He runs Business Casual Copywriting where he’s helped clients like WP Engine and HubSpot drive more revenue with words.
He also runs Case Study Buddy, a done-for-you-case studies service. He’s given a TEDx talk, worked abroad in New Zealand and enjoyed a short stint as a D-list Canadian television celebrity.
Joel’s website: Business Casual Copywriting
Joel on Twitter: @joelklettke
Today, I’m chatting with Amber Gott from LastPass.com
Amber graduated college in 2009 during one of the worst employment markets in recent history. After looking around for awhile, she got excited about working with startups. Amber’s been a part of the LastPass team since 2010.
LastPass is an app that offers a safe, convenient way to manage your passwords. As a Product Marketing Manager, she’s dedicated to spreading the word about LastPass and making the service even better.
When she’s not wordsmithing or strategizing, Amber enjoys reading, road-tripping, and outdoor adventuring with her family.
LastPass.com – Password management
Join.me – Conferences and screensharing
Asana.com – Project management
Trello.com – Project management
InVisionApp.com – Design prototyping
Slack.com – Group chat
Today, I’m chatting with Rob Williams from Let’s Workshop.com
Rob left his agency job feeling like he really had no control over his career—other people made all the decisions (including how much money he made). Within 6 weeks of going freelance, he made $30,000 and never looked back!
Rob started Workshop in November 2013 because he wished it was easier to find freelance work. He wished he could hire someone to find him leads. Since then Workshop’s helped thousands of freelancers find work!
Workshop is a freelance marketplace and online course that teaches people how to find better consulting work in repeatable and predictable ways – so they can build a stronger foundation for the rest of their life.
Rob is also the author of Emails that Win You Clients.com
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Christina Daves is a serial entrepreneur who has founded and run five successful companies over the past 20 years.
With no resources remaining when she launched her latest venture, CastMedic Designs, Christina taught herself everything she could about generating her own publicity, which basically provided her free advertising for her business.
Since launching in 2012, she has appeared in over 250 media outlets including national and local television and publications. As a result of this success, she launched PR for Anyone® to help other small business owners have similar success.
Together with her clients, Christina has generated over 7 figures in sales relating to free publicity.
Christina is also the author of the bestselling book, PR for AnyoneTM – 100+ Affordable Ways to Easily Create Buzz for Your Business.