Best Businessownership podcasts we could find (Updated January 2019)
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"Love your work, dude." It's a saying that started in our shop and now I'm spreading the word through this podcast. My name is Jeff Estes and I am an entrepreneur that has created, operated and sold successful independent businesses since 2013. Join me as we take an in-depth look into the world of makers, small business owners and start-ups across the country. I am providing resources and insight for those who want to push the envelope of what it means to be a small business owner. Find insp ...
 
Every week on the Business of Dance Podcast, Claire O’Shea explores and discusses the vision and practical steps to creating your dream business, the ups and downs of owning your own studio and how to fall back in love with it all over again! Whether sharing her own experience or interviewing fellow experts in the Dance industry, Claire brings to light topics of interest for those with entrepreneurship on the horizon or for the seasoned professional looking to make a change. Each week we dis ...
 
Welcome to Bosses and Bourbon, a truthcast of real wedding and event bosses, talking shop, swapping the stories and strategies that make their business successful. There may or may not be bourbon. Krista Chapman of Path & Compass, marketing & strategist to the wedding and event industry works with a lot of smart, hard-working bosses in her consulting work. Entrepreneurs that you’ve never heard of that are rocking out their independent wedding and event businesses. Owner-operators that have c ...
 
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This is part 1 of my interview with Stacey Morgan. Stacey is the Principal of Port Macquarie Performing Arts in New South Wales. Her studio is committed to providing high-quality dance classes to enhance the overall development of the child. They provide a safe and child-centred environment to encourage her students to explore dance and the per ...…
 
For this minisode, I am sharing my perspective on selling - specifically focusing on finding solutions for your clients, not selling goods or services. Sounds counter-intuitive but for creative entrepreneurs that often struggle with selling, feeling smarmy or manipulative, this perspective will help change your mindset and help you grow your bu ...…
 
In this episode Jeff and Patrick discuss the negative effects social media might be having on future generations and their overall outlook on life. From losing a sense of adventure in youth, to feeling defeated before you begin potential careers or investments, the guys talk about the dark side of online entertainment, media and mass social com ...…
 
Welcome back to part 3 of our interview with Lauren Nolan, if you haven’t listened to part one or two, we suggest you give them a listen, and those are episodes 76 & 77 Lauren's Bio: Lauren Nolan is a Co-Owner and Director of Programs for Studio To Go, a dance curriculum distributor whose clients span four continents. The company also specializ ...…
 
Welcome back to part 2 of our interview with Lauren Nolan, if you haven’t listened to part one we suggest you give that a listen which is episode 76, and also stay tuned for part 3 on Friday, Jan 11th Laurens Bio: Lauren Nolan is a Co-Owner and Director of Programs for Studio To Go, a dance curriculum distributor whose clients span four contine ...…
 
Hello everyone and welcome back to another episode of The Business of Dance Podcast! Today I have a very special interview lined up for you. Joining me again on the show is the fabulous Lauren Nolan from Studio To-Go. We previously interviewed her with business partner Leah Matthews, as well as did a group chat with both of them. But today we a ...…
 
In this episode, we interview Taylor Burgess of Cardboard Films, a videography outfit based in Nashville Tn. From the origins of their name to an unexpected conversation about a past client, this podcast speaks of honesty, integrity, and respect for all parties involved when running a small business.…
 
In this episode Jeff Estes and Nate Akey team up with Nashville Pub and Coffee Shop, The Loading Dock, to acquire a new business opportunity located some 1.5 hours south of town. In the name of Nascar, beer and strange bumper stickers, we proudly bring you The Rolling Dock.
 
Hello everyone and welcome back to another episode of The Business of Dance Podcast. Now that the holidays are here, I hope you are sitting back, relaxing with your family and a nice cup of hot cocoa, or iced one, if you are here in Australia (Haha) But regardless, it is time to celebrate this past year, and all your accomplishments. The new ye ...…
 
Hi everyone and welcome to another episode of The Business of Dance Podcast. This episode a Best of BOD complication where I share the best tips and tricks from previous episodes and interviews! Today’s show includes my favourite tips and insights from past interviews with fabulous female dance business owners and entrepreneurs! So Let’s dive i ...…
 
In this episode, Patrick and Jeff discuss Holiday gift budgeting, the stresses of staying motivated at work and the looming government shutdown. Happy Holidays to all!
 
Hello everyone and welcome back to another episode of The Business of Dance Podcast. Today I want to talk about a topic that may not sound very fun, but I’m sure can be helpful to new or aspiring studio owners, and that is the 3 worst experiences at my studio, and what they taught me. Now I think many of us can see solutions for issues after th ...…
 
Hello everyone and welcome back to another episode of the business of dance podcast. Today I want to touch on a very special topic, which I hope helps inspire those who may be struggling with their level of passion at this time within their business. Now, when we “lose” our passion, it isn’t really lost, but simply needs to be reignited. It nev ...…
 
Today's minisode answers the question - what is a marketing funnel? From the different sections to what sales and marketing activities are in these sections as well as how small businesses and their staff can break a funnel and lose a sale. I share the mistakes I see small businesses make over and over when it comes to marketing and sales and t ...…
 
In this Holiday special I have the honor and privilege of introducing you to my brothers. Mike Estes, Pete Estes and Andrew Wall have continuously influenced and inspired me through every aspect of my life. Take an inside look into the quirky nature of our relationship, interactions and how they have helped shape parts of who I am.…
 
Surprise, I sold my company! In this episode I interview our co-host, Ryan Patrick to gain insight into what it is to work for a company that is undergoing an acquisition.
 
Hi everyone and welcome to another episode of The Business of Dance Podcast. This episode is a Best of BOD complication where I share the best tips and tricks from previous episodes and interviews! Today’s show include my favourite tech tips for studio owners! For more Business Of Dance please, like us on Facebook and follow us on Instagram @cl ...…
 
Grant Pollock is a conversationalist who brings new insight to the other side of loving your work; when you’re not an entrepreneur. His outlook and positive attitude toward life impart a sense of happiness, force us to examine our true selves, and question our motives.
 
For today’s episode, I chatted with the Chris-half of Jen & Chris Creed Photography. Jen & Chris are a laid-back wedding photography duo based here in Nashville that loves documenting real moments for joyful couples. Chris also shares my love of traveling, thinking deeply about the big questions in life and fine bourbon. So, of course, I had to ...…
 
Hello everyone and welcome back to another episode of The Business of Dance Podcast. Today’s episode is something I think all business and studio owners can relate to, which is the things I wish I knew before starting my studio. I hope to also inspire others who are listening who may have just started their studio or are thinking about opening ...…
 
In this episode, I speak about something I have touched on in past episodes regarding other topics, which is your studio’s mission and values. The core of what your studio is about, and what you hold important for your classes, students and staff. I want to discuss today how to create these values, as well as how to implement them into your bus ...…
 
In this episode Jeff and Patrick discuss confidence. Identifying it in colleagues, yourself, clients and competition. From how we approach it to how we healthily grow it, we cover a pseudo sensitive topic that everyone struggles with from time to time, in business and in life.
 
In this Bosses & Bourbon minisode, I am sharing my how-to process of creating a plan for your small business for the year ahead. I use this 5-part process for my wedding & event clients as well as my own business to create a more intentional business and life. From reviewing the past year, checking in and adjusting to set goals for the next yea ...…
 
Hello everyone and welcome back to another episode of The Business of Dance Podcast. Today I have a very special guest. Today we have Vicky Andreanska. Vicky is a founder and choreographer of 'DANCE Greystones and Bray'. She is a dancer and choreographer & an owner of a dance studio in Ireland. Two years ago she created a dance group for adults ...…
 
This bonus episode includes my top tips for creating your studio's timetable for new and returning students! To watch the full episode where I show you my own timetable planning process, visit my Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/claireosheacoaching/videos/2136937546558702/ For more Business Of Dance please, like us on Facebook and follow ...…
 
For today’s episode, I chatted with Claire White, founder and owner of White Ink Calligraphy. White Ink Calligraphy provides custom calligraphy for events, weddings, and personal projects. Claire built White Ink Calligraphy from the ground up, starting on social media (one of the many topics we dug into). She also teaches calligraphy classes an ...…
 
Hello everyone and welcome back to another episode of The Business of Dance Podcast, Facebook Live edition. Today’s episode will be another systems session, meaning I will discussing why systems make it easier for your studio or business to grow and scale. I have many episodes discussing systems, why they are important, studio system must-haves ...…
 
In today's mini-episode, I am sharing the top 5 mistakes that I see small businesses make in the marketing. From not being consistent to staying too close to your comfort zone, these are the marketing tactics that can stall your growth and success. I also reference a previously Bosses & Bourbon podcast episode where I go more in depth on my #2 ...…
 
Hello everyone and welcome back to another episode of The Business of Dance Podcast. Today we are back with another interview on the show with the fantastic and talented Karissa Pesicka! Karissa is the creator and owner of Full Out Business Solutions. Her company’s mission is to help gym and studio owners eradicate debt, become permanently prof ...…
 
Today’s episode features my friend and seasoned wedding planner, Sarah Goude of Regalo Design. Regalo Design has been serving clients in Middle Tennessee for over a decade as a wedding and event planner, florist and event decorator. Sarah found her way into events and weddings after a college professor re-directed her towards a marketing and bu ...…
 
Today I will be sharing some of my best outsourcing tips for your concert. Outsourcing is a key factor in creating, running and executing a successful dance recital/concert. As I have mentioned before, although you are the CEO of your business and therefore of the show, you cannot do everything on your own, as running an event is a collaborativ ...…
 
Tim Gibbons is the Co-Founder and Co-Owner of The Flipside Nashville, a truly one of a kind restaurant that embodies a bygone era of classic americana culture. Hear Tim’s take on the key differences between running a unique operation and a scalable business fit for multiple locations across the nation.…
 
Hello everyone and welcome back to another episode of The Business of Dance podcast, Facebook Live edition. Now some of you may have already had their dance concert in the past months depending on where you are in the world. For those also in Australia, you may have already started planning and organising your concert in the coming months. But ...…
 
Jeff and Patrick discuss what it means to be the new guy, and how to act as a leader when dealing with one. From expectations to awkward encounters the guys share some embarrassing stories from their past to highlight the ups and downs of being a New Guy.
 
Hello everyone and welcome back to another episode of the podcast. Today I will be discussing a topic which I’m sure we all had or still may have trouble with, which is how to get more students into classes at your studio. I will be going through my tips on how to get the ball rolling and students enrolling (haha). It is so amazing when you cre ...…
 
BEER! BEER! BEER! Carl Meir is a founding member and co-owner of Black Abbey Brewing Co. based in Nashville TN. His love for the craft, crew and family is evident as he discusses how to live like a family in the work place, not just talk about it.
 
Hello everyone and welcome back to another live episode of the podcast. I am super excited about today’s show and topic as I will be continuing on the subject of teams. Last week I discussed the benefits of team training and today will branch off into how to empower your team to take action. It is amazing to find team members for your business ...…
 
In this episode Jeff and Patrick discuss the complexities of staying relevant to the outside world once you’ve been emersed in small business for too long. From applying to jobs post-ownership, to social media, we talk about the internal struggle with identity and staying relevant.
 
Hello everyone and welcome back to another facebook live episode of the podcast. If you didn’t watch or listen to last week’s live episode, the recording is on my website www.claireosheacoaching.com/ep59 or you can head over to iTunes and search The Business of Dance Podcast. I am super excited for our second live episode today as I will be dis ...…
 
Kidd Epps is a designer, master craftsman and family man who runs his own company here in Nashville Tn. His unconventional approach to business, unique style and bold attitude have separated him from the competition laying a rock solid foundation for success in his business.
 
In this episode Patrick and I talk about the dangers of living in a life of excess as it relates to work. In particular, the perils of owning your own business and letting it take over your life. Warning: this episode is a bit heavier than normal.
 
Hello everyone and welcome to the live recording of this week’s business of dance podcast! Now I have touched on today's subject in a couple of my past episodes when referring to student attraction and email sequences, but I realised it is such an important topic on its own, especially for new studio owners and new students at your studio. That ...…
 
In this episode we are pumped to introduce you to our Company’s graphic designer, web curator, branding specialist and all around super woman, Kailey Sullivan. We focus on shared stories to highlight her ability to maintain grace and focus under pressure, while constantly pushing herself to get more from life.…
 
Hello everyone and welcome back to another episode of The Business of Dance Podcast! Today I have a very special guest, who is a fellow 'systems soulmate’, The fabulous Erin Pride! Erin is a very passionate and multi-talented entrepreneur who helps dance educators, studio owners, and arts organizations feel more confident, whether it's creating ...…
 
Ethan Summers is a natural born entrepreneur who runs multiple companies in Nashville TN. With a background in insurance sales and steady office work, he left the 9-5 behind in pursuit of something bigger. We discuss the many challenges he faces on the day to day, running a small business by himself in an economic boomtown.…
 
Ryan Schemmel is the co working movement. Founding member of Fort Houston collaborative workspace in Nashville TN, Ryan continues to pave the way as an industry leader in the maker space. Sacrificing his personal lifestyle for the benefit of the community for the better part of a decade, he has seen his fare share of the big problems small busi ...…
 
Hello everyone and welcome back to another episode of the Business of Dance Podcast, and the last episode of our Business of Branding series. Within the past 3 episode, I have gone into my best tips on designing and creating your studio brand, as well as how to stay consistent with your branding throughout your business. Before I dive into the ...…
 
In this episode featuring hosts Jeff Estes and Patrick Ryan, we discuss the downsides of running small business and focus on a series of defeats that had compounding side effects as the week went on. Through shared examples of recent events we showcase how we choose to deal with and learn from mistakes, obstacles and “defeat”.…
 
In this episode, we discuss getting our butts kicked in the shop, mostly our ego. Work flow is a powerful state of being but can be hard to track and maintain. Hopefully this can shed some light for our listeners.
 
In this episode I do a brief reading from my business journal on my insecurities and how they negatively effect my company and personal life if I let them. In it, the leading message is to re-direct the energy and resources away from judgement and jealousy into something powerful and positive for those around you: clients, colleagues, friends a ...…
 
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