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Best Julie Abels podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Julie Abels podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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Help for the Homeschool Art Teacher! Whether you accepted the title reluctantly or you're excited to take it on, being an art teacher can feel overwhelming. What should you teach and how should you teach it? Where will you find the supplies and the time to plan it all? Don't worry, you're in the right place. Welcome to the “Anyone Can Teach Art” podcast from Ridge Light Ranch. I am confident that, no matter what your background is, YOU can teach art! I’m Julie Abels, an artist and art curric ...
 
Welcome to the world’s best, certainly most practical, marketing show. Tim Reid here (you can call me Timbo) - I’m the founder and host. In its 7th year, The Small Business Big Marketing Show is laser-focussed on helping you, the motivated business owner, implement clever, effective marketing ideas that you can use to grow your business into the empire it deserves to be. Or maybe you’re a startup looking for mind-blowingly good marketing ideas that don’t cost a fortune. Well, you’re in the r ...
 
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Marketing real estate property is more than just churning out vlogs and property videos then waiting for clients to start rolling in. Building your online presence and expanding your reach takes hard work and knowledge of your target market. Beverly Hills real estate agent and content marketing ninja Peter Lorimer is here to tell us all about it. D…
 
What is your idea of marketing? If you think it’s merely promoting a product and persuading people into buying it, think again. Marketing Hall of Famer Seth Godin believes marketing should go deep into what your customers believe in, identify as, and the narrative they tell themselves when they purchase your product or service. Episode 492 of The (…
 
Successful door-to-door selling takes more than having an excellent product. It involves the clever use of psychology, persuasion, and social cues, all working together to help you close the deal. The master door-to-door sales expert Chandler Smith knows this well and has all the secrets you need to know. Did you know that he earned $220,000 in his…
 
Today's episode is a fascinating discussion of the science of friendship with author, science writer and editor Lydia Denworth. Before this interview, we read her excellent new book, Friendship: The Evolution, Biology, and Extraordinary Power of Life's Fundamental Bond. We enjoyed talking about some of our favorite parts, but we recommend checking …
 
If your business is relying on just one source of revenue then it’s time to reconsider your business model. Swimming coach Brenton Ford did … and now business is going swimmingly. In fact, he’s about to have his first 7-figure year. And he’s a swimming coach! Today, it’s a wet-behind-the-ears episode 490 of The (award-winning) Small Business Big Ma…
 
Introducing a new product or a business to the market can be hard and frustrating for new entrepreneurs. It is vital to have an eye for opportunities and be able to use it to leverage and get the approval of consumers. We're back with Mark Livings of Lyre's Spirit Co, whose mission is to change the way the world drinks. Since the previous interview…
 
Today's episode is less of a wild-eyed goal-setting session and more a conversation about our perspectives for this year. We share one thing we're bringing with us from 2019 (everything else can burn), one thing we're excited about for 2020, and our guiding themes and words for this year. We'd love to hear what you'd share, too! As always, we'd lov…
 
This episode is the second of what we're calling Marginally Podcast situation guides, a type of episode designed to share some tips from what we’ve learned as day-job-writers. In this episode, Meghan shares some of what she's learned about writing while you're in school, whether it's grad school, undergrad, or on the other side of the desk, as a te…
 
The birth and incarnation of Christ are often featured in great works of art- but what is the significance of the incarnation for Christians? In this Season 3 Finale and Special Christmas Episode, Julie and Deanna study John 1:1-18 and discuss how to understand this beautiful but sometimes confusing passage and what it says about the Incarnation, o…
 
This episode is the first of what we're calling Marginally Podcast situation guides, a new type of episode designed to share some tips from what we’ve learned as day-job-writers. In this episode, Olivia shares some of what she's learned about writing while you're traveling - especially focusing on work travel. We'd love to hear your thoughts on thi…
 
Does the idea of building a profitable business that turns over $15M after just 5-years appeal? What about winning a swag of business and personal awards along the way? I thought it would. Well, Flora & Fauna’s Julie Mathers has done just that, and bacon has played no role whatsoever! It’s a very Vegan episode 488 of The (award-winning) Small Busin…
 
I love how people make a living. Past guest Shane Yeend makes money selling the usage-rights to the Hollywood sign. Adam Lippin sells cuddles. Laura Klien has a million dollar business selling battery-powered snot suckers! And today’s guest makes a quid from showing people how to throw axes … indoors! It’s time to sharpen your axe and get stuck in …
 
In this episode, we touch base on our challenge to submit something every other month. We also chat about our recent month or so of writing, including coming to terms with challenging schedules (hello, November, nice to see you again) and how to move ahead. Also: what to do when you're almost ready for other people to read your draft and it's scary…
 
Finally! Finally, thanks to Local measure's Jonathan Barouch, we’re all going to discover how to create an incredible customer experience that will make it easier to do business with us, infinitely more enjoyable and crazily shareable. It’s a highly experiential episode 486 of The (award-winning) Small Business Big Marketing Show thanks to American…
 
Accomplished musician and small business owner Lachy Doley is a world-leading expert on the Hammond Organ. He’s also Jimmy Barnes’s keyboard player and he played for Powderfinger back in the day. He’s no slouch! In this very honest and open interview he shares how he makes a living from one of the world's toughest industries. A little bit more abou…
 
Today's episode was one of the most fun conversations to record (we say that every time, but seriously, y'all, we mean it). Kate Newburg and Tasha L. Harrison are writing and podcasting BFFs. They like to say that they are a lot, and we think that's perfect. In this episode, they have so much energy and so many projects, and we loved chatting with …
 
Got a book in ya? I reckon every business owner has. And so does my guest, who’s an expert at helping peeps like you ... get published. It’s a very studious episode 484 of The (award-winning) Small Business Big Marketing Show thanks to American Express and digital marketing agency Yellow. A little bit more about Lyda Maclallen of Talk Plus Tell … L…
 
Pep Talk 17 is from Episode 61 with Jessica Abel. We totally endorse her nap-on-the-spot plan but especially like her approach to using self-care techniques as part of the writing process. If you like this, go back and check out the full episodes as well! *** As always, we'd love for you to take a minute to rate and review us in your podcast app, a…
 
Pep Talk 16 is from Episode 51 with Paul Jarvis, when he talked to us about what to do with fear - what you can use and what you have to push past. If you like this, go back and check out the full episodes as well! *** As always, we'd love for you to take a minute to rate and review us in your podcast app, as this helps other listeners find the sho…
 
Vincent van Gogh is one of the best-known artists of all time. He's known for his unique style and strangely beautiful works and art, but also for his short, tragic life. Today we're talking about van Gogh and what we love about his art. -- Show Notes with links and photos: https://ridgelightranch.com/why-study-vincent-van-gogh-podcast-62/ — Visit …
 
Ammon Arrave was once a teacher. Then he had a business cleaning portable toilets. Now he’s the inventor of the One 80 Light … the world’s first peripheral L.E.D. headlamp. A little bit more about One 80 Light inventor Ammon Arrave … Righto, let’s meet Ammon Arrave. He’s the inventor of the One 80 Light - the world’s first peripheral L.E.D. headlam…
 
Ever wondered how to get a meeting with anyone? Afterall, one meeting has the ability to change everything for the better. In your business. Even your life. Your challenge is to get past the Dobermans and get that meeting. And you’re about to learn how from Stu Heinecke, the father of contact marketing and author of the seminal book on this topic G…
 
Before we even get started, let's just say up front: if you're doing National Novel Writing Month (aka NaNoWriMo), we are totally rooting for you! But NaNo isn't for us, and this is something we've been coming to terms with over the past couple of years - if you don't believe us, check out our previous episodes on this topic. For us, focusing just …
 
Images and Full Show Notes: https://ridgelightranch.com/why-study-berthe-morisot-podcast-61/ — Visit RidgeLightRanch.com for Easy, No-Prep Art Lesson Plans. — Join our Facebook Group called Anyone Can Teach Art: https://www.facebook.com/groups/AnyoneCanTeachArt/ — Find out more about Julie’s Book: Anyone Can Teach Art; How to Confidently Teach Art …
 
Today we’re bringing you an interview with writer and editor Julie Buntin, the author of a great friendship novel, Marlena, which was a finalist for the National Book Critics Circle’s John Leonard Prize, longlisted for The Center for Fiction’s First Novel Prize, and named a best book of the year by over a dozen outlets, including the Washington Pos…
 
We go way back in this episode, to the beginning of our friendship - those fraught 6 weeks at the beginning of college where you may or may not make incorrect judgments about who you do or don't like. We talk about how our friendship has gotten closer over time, and what has bonded us, even when we don't physically see each other that much. And the…
 
This unusual Impressionist didn't enjoy plein-air painting (painting outside) or the airy natural light. Instead, he sketched and then returned to his studio to paint. He's most famous for his paintings of ballet dancers, but he also painted everyday people in the city and action scenes from polo games! In fact, he was incredibly skilled at paintin…
 
Recently in a cafe, I overheard someone say that an Australian bloke had secured the full licensing rights to the world-famous Hollywood sign. My first reaction? “How? Why?” My second reaction? “I have to interview him!” It’s a very Hollywood episode 481 of The (award-winning) Small Business Big Marketing Show thanks to American Express and digital…
 
Abigail Forsyth is the inventor of KeepCup, the world’s first Barista standard, reusable coffee cup … and she’s on a mission to stop us from disposing of one million coffee cups every minute … of every day! It’s a very reusable episode 480 of The (award-winning) Small Business Big Marketing Show thanks to American Express and digital marketing agen…
 
In today’s episode, we bring back one of our very first guests, Alicia de los Reyes! Alicia is a writer based in Maine, where she lives with her family and cat. She has her MFA from University of New Hampshire. Her nonfiction has appeared in The Archipelago, The Billfold, and others, and her fiction has been published in Best New Writing 2015. She’…
 
Thomas Gainsborough ( 1727-1788) was a life-long painter who loved creating magnificent landscapes but found they didn't sell well. Instead, he paid the bills with portraits until he started combining the two into unique portraits with idealistic landscapes in the background. This made him England's most famous portrait painter and the King and Que…
 
RadioHub founder and fellow podcaster Cooper Silk recently attended Podcast Movement, the world's biggest podcasting conference … and he’s here to share what best-practice podcasting looks like in 2020 and beyond. A little bit more about fellow podcaster and RadioHub founder Cooper Silk … I first met this week’s guest over a couple of beers when I …
 
Cedar Anderson would rather be walking naked through the Byron Bay hills than running the multi-million dollar empire he created with his old man. Fortunately he loves the fact that they’ve changed the beekeeping industry for good, thanks to one of the world’s most successful crowd-funding campaigns ever. It’s a buzzingly good episode 478 of The (a…
 
Masseuse to the stars (we’re talking Kylie, Sir Richard Branson & Tony Robbins), Kym Power shares how she’s built Australia’s largest independent supplier of in-room massage services to over 900 4 and 5-star hotels across Australia. It’s a star-studded episode 477 of The (award-winning) Small Business Big Marketing Show. A little bit more about Rej…
 
We came back from the summer with a lot of news, which we're excited to share. First, we talk about what we did over the summer - the ups and downs of our writing. Then we talk about our goals for the year. Olivia and Meghan both have goals related to their book projects, and also we are planning to submit something for publication every two months…
 
Today’s guest is on a mission to create a global surf brand - despite at one point having to write a farewell letter to his wife and kids 80kms off the coast of Sumatra! It’s a roller-coaster ride of an episode 476 of The (award-winning) Small Business Big Marketing Show thanks to American Express. Long-time listener and Surefire Boards founder Mic…
 
Today, we're bringing you a special episode: a collaboration with Courtney Balestier of the WMFA podcast. If you don't already listen to WMFA, this episode is sure to make you a convert. WMFA features interviews with outstanding writers, from Emily St. John Mandel (one of my favorite episodes) to Susan Choi, as well as minisodes where Courtney puts…
 
We love telling out all about our own personal renaissance activities each episode (the things we're learning and creating)- But how can we foster this mindset of a lifelong love of learning in ourselves and in our children? We've thought up a few keys and wanted to share them with you! Full Show Notes:…
 
The Breathe Project’s Bodhi and Kat have started a business to teach school kids and their teachers around Australia and New Zealand how to breathe correctly. Don’t you just love how some people make a living?! A few months ago, my girlfriend, Sarah told me about this couple, Bodhi and Kat, who run a business called The Breathe Project, traveling a…
 
One of Australia’s leading mobile personal trainers joins us to share how he’s building a fitness empire that’s already servicing over 2,000 suburbs across Australia. A little bit more about Fitness Enhancement’s Scott Hunt ... In 1999, with just $400 in his pocket and a dream to make an impact on the Australian personal training scene, 19 year old…
 
Are you one of those business owners who’s made a video for your business, put it on your website and then wondered what else to do with it? Excellent! Then wonder no more, as today’s guest, video marketing expert Geoff Anderson, has 30 ideas to make sure your video gets seen by as many of the right peeps as possible. A little bit more about video …
 
We love telling out all about our own personal renaissance activities each episode (the things we're learning and creating)- But how can we foster this mindset of a lifelong love of learning in ourselves and in our children? We've thought up a few keys and wanted to share them with you! Full Show Notes: https://ridgelightranch.com/personal-renaissa…
 
You know those healthy snack boxes that get delivered to businesses around Australia? Not the ones with Freddo Frogs and Caramello Koalas in them … I’m talking about the ones with Wasabi-flavoured peas and Organic Popcorn. Well … you and I are about to meet the fella who started that business. How dare he bring healthy snacking to the workplace! A …
 
We're thrilled to share this conversation with essayist Mary Laura Philpott, author of the most excellent collection I Miss You When I Blink. Mary Laura is also the Emmy-award winning co-host of A Word on Words, a literary interview show on Nashville Public Television; the author and illustrator of the book Penguins with People Problems; and "book …
 
Texture is one of the 7 Elements of Art and learning how to create it can really increase the sophistication level of your artwork! Join us as we discuss how to create texture and how this integrates with the science of tree identification! Show Notes: https://ridgelightranch.com/drawing-texture-and-tree-bark/…
 
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