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Learn how to increase profits for your business by Making ALL the Right Connections with Dr. Sandi Eveleth. She interviews industry influencers about how they Connect for Success, both online and offline, and throws in some great business networking tips and tricks in her solo shows. Remember, it's not what you know, but whom you know that matters! Follow her blog at SandiEveleth.com.
 
Live In The Feast is a seasonal podcast for developers and designers looking to discover their niche to build recurring revenue. So that they can live the life that they want and ultimately reach the goals of why they started their own business in the first place. Each season will be a theme specific to your business. And each episode features a guest who's been there before and achieved success. You'll get actionable takeaways for you to implement in your business immediately after each sho ...
 
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Transitioning from one thing to another can be a challenge, but sometimes you know you need to do it. That’s what we’re talking about today. I LOVE getting questions from people that inspire content, whether it’s a podcast episode, written post, or email. For starters, it makes me happy that people feel comfortable enough to reach out and ask me, e…
 
I’m quite pleased to say that this is the first podcast interview Nathan has done. I’m always honored when people agree to be on the show (especially when I’ve asked them as opposed to being approached to have someone on my show). This was such a great conversation… both in terms of the content and how it made me feel. Which is pretty much how I’m …
 
This episode is a continuation of the last episode, "What it means to #JustSHowUP" Are you willing to take complete responsibility for everything in your business? Too many people are looking for the end-all be-all solution with one course, guru or strategy... the challenge is that none of that works if YOU don't do the work. Each of those things a…
 
This episode and post have been a long time coming. I don’t remember when I first came up with #JustShowUP, but it’s been my mantra now for at least 6 or 7 years. I never let it go, but I hadn’t done much with it… until now. I don’t remember a time in my business when I felt this clear and focused. On the one hand, my life circumstances are ideal f…
 
One of the best things about getting older (ideally), is that we start lining up more with who we truly are and what we really want our lives to look like. During this little sabbatical from the podcast, I’ve been doing a lot of internal work. Both for myself and for my business. This all started about four and a half months ago when I made a consc…
 
Today’s co host is Alex Panagis. Alex is the founder of Scale Math, an SEO marketing agency with a bit of a twist: they are half agency and half marketing training/community. At just 19, Alex is well ahead of a lot of us in figuring out what he wants out of life. In this episode, we dive into when SEO should be a focus and when you should focus els…
 
Today’s co-host is Kim Doyal. Kim, formerly known as the WordPress Chick, is an entrepreneur, coach, speaker, podcaster, and content strategist. She is the co-founder of The Content Creator’s Planner and has built her lifestyle business using WordPress and podcasting. After spending much of her early career in retail, Kim started her first online b…
 
I have to admit that I thought this was going to be easier than it was. Coming up with 50 lessons didn’t seem that daunting to me, I thought I’d rattle them off in one sitting and get to writing. This was definitely one of those times where the process in and of itself was a gift. Since this is a longer than normal post, let’s jump right into it.…
 
Today’s co-host is Gina Horkey. Gina specializes in helping people learn hard digital marketing skills to launch their own online service-based businesses. Gina’s background includes professional writing, online business consulting, and a decade of experience in the financial services industry. After leaving the corporate world in 2014, Gina starte…
 
Today’s co-host is Reuven Lerner. Reuven teaches Python and data science to companies around the world and has been self-employed since 1995. In addition to his corporate training business, he also offers numerous online courses, as well as a free weekly newsletter read by 16,000 Python developers. In 1992, Reuven was an undergrad at MIT working at…
 
Today’s co-host is Erin Flynn. Erin currently operates Successfully Simple with Erin Flynn where she helps business owners of all kinds (freelancers, designers, developers, marketers) build and streamline their businesses. In 2012, after leaving her day job, Erin found herself making websites. After discovering that she could be more profitable by …
 
Today’s co-host is Ken Westgaard. Ken is the self-proclaimed Launch Dude and helps coaches and course creators plan and execute their launches without the headaches. Ken has a ton of wisdom to share about the economic and societal shifts going on right now and how that impacts putting your work out into the world. Ken started his career as a graphi…
 
Today's co-host is Miles Beckler. Miles is a veteran online entrepreneur with 17 plus years of experience and expertise in digital marketing and affiliate marketing. He started with MySpace back in 2003, then built an agency, and is now working with his wife full-time on their meditation business. Miles is on a mission to help business owners focus…
 
Today’s co-host is Mark Asquith. Mark is the founder of Rebel Based Media and a suite of other companies focused on podcasters. Mark is also a repeat guest from season five. Self-described as “wandering through life,” Mark found his way to podcasting through many other endeavors. He founded Podcast Websites, which eventually expanded into Rebel Bas…
 
Today’s co-host is Sarah Masci. Sarah is a designer, entrepreneur, and the founder of Bracken House Branding Co. Sarah has been in the online business game for 15 years now, and she’s the epitome of building a business around the life she wants. In the beginning, she experimented with lots of different channels and products, including Etsy and blog…
 
It’s been quite a few years since I’ve looked at what I would do if I were starting my business today. I recently received an email from a friend and someone I’ve coached in the past asking me what I would do if I were starting out today. He’s gone through a couple of different transitions in his business since I’ve known him, trying to find his ‘p…
 
This episode was inspired by an email I received from a friend. He found himself focusing on the wrong things in his business, took a break from social media, and re-focused. He asked me what I'd do if I were starting my business today. This episode goes deep into where I've been and what I would do today.…
 
Today’s co-host is Matt Giovanisci. Matt is a serial entrepreneur and the founder of Money Lab, a website where he writes, podcasts, and chronicles epic experiments about making money online. Matt is a proud generalist. Over the course of his career, he has worked with clients, created online courses and products, and built multiple businesses. He’…
 
Today's co-host is Emily Leach. Emily has been a freelancer for 20 years and organizes many big events, including TEDx Talks and the Freelance Conference. Emily is a hustler. If she puts her mind to something, she goes out and does it. Most recently, she set out to host her first virtual summit. Freelance Conference (or FreeCon), was created out of…
 
I have a little confession to make. Well, truth be told, it’s more of a proud statement. And that is that I’ve watched Frozen 2 twice in the last few days and bought Pixar’s Onward (which was super cute too). Right now, I’m doing everything I can do to feel good. I hadn’t planned on getting the podcast back on a regular schedule until I was settled…
 
It’s been a while since I’ve recorded a podcast and for what it’s worth, it’s been intentional. After giving myself some time last fall to process the loss of my Mom (which is still ongoing, but I think I’m on the other side of the shock and intense grief), I thought I’d just jump back into the podcast and it would be business as usual. Obviously t…
 
Today’s co-host is Kate Gilbert. Kate is a WordPress expert, an online marketing coach, and has spent the past decade building and supporting custom WordPress websites. In that time, she’s helped launch more than a hundred websites, and teaches website owners how to launch their own websites and maximize their online reach. Kate’s been a web consul…
 
Today’s cohost is Paul Sokol. Paul is a self-proclaimed mad scientist. He’s worked on humanized automation within Infusionsoft, and is also the co-founder of Be Pro, which markets in-person events for businesses, venues, or entertainers. Paul has spent a lot of time thinking about ideal clients and how to find them with a quick and replicable proce…
 
Today’s co-host is Adam Clark. Adam is a fellow podcaster and the founder of Podcast Royale, a company that helps business owners grow their businesses and save time through done-for-you podcast production and marketing. Adam and I have been friends for years, and Podcast Royale produces this very podcast. We were talking recently about ideal clien…
 
Today’s co-host is Kaleigh Moore. Kaleigh is a freelance writer who specializes in blog content for e-commerce platforms, and the software that integrates with them. She’s also written for Forbes, Ad Week, and Glossy. Kaleigh also co-hosts the Creative Class podcast, and helps run the Creative Class online course with Paul Jarvis, a former co-host …
 
Today’s co-host is Jessica Mehring. Jessica is a marketing communications expert and the CEO of Horizon Peak Consulting, where she helps IT and software companies increase enterprise sales with targeted conversion content. In this episode, we dive into the difference between an ideal client and a niche. We also talk about the emotions and the fears…
 
Today’s co-host is Krista Rae. Krista is a WordPress developer who helps designers stay designing by turning their designs into fully functional websites. She’s a co-host of the Get Back to Design podcast, and creator of the Simply Profitable Designer Summit. Krista’s defining moment came when she was in her 20’s. She applied for big job opportunit…
 
Today’s co-host is Nathan Barry. Nathan is the founder of ConvertKit. Many of you know ConvertKit as an e-mail marketing platform, but there’s more to the story. Nathan started his career as a blogger and creator before transitioning into building products. He also wrote several books and built a thriving solo business before launching ConvertKit. …
 
I know I talked about connecting with Cory Miller recently at the R3 event and knew I wanted to have another conversation so we could go a little deeper. Cory is one of those people that I felt like I had known forever the first time we met and it feels that way every time we talk. I’ve never been interested in building a company and selling it, so…
 
Today’s co-host is Jurgen Strauss. I’ve known Jurgen in several different online communities over the past several years, so it’s an absolute pleasure to finally bring him on the show and have a chat. Jurgen is the founder and chief innovator of InnovaBiz, which helps coaches and consultants build professional credibility and connection with their …
 
The Self-Reliant Entrepreneur is a new book by John Jantsch, and one I’ll be getting for many of my entrepreneurial friends as gifts (and must-reads). This book speaks to me on so many levels and I was thrilled to get the opportunity to talk to John about it. I’ve been a reader for as long as I can remember. In fact, as a child, I used to just re-r…
 
At this point in my life, I feel like I’ve gained a little bit of wisdom. I used to get frustrated because I felt there were so many things that I wished I had done differently or had paid attention to or done years ago. Not anymore. Of course, I still get frustrated, but I never really go down that old path of ‘woulda, shoulda, coulda’. It just do…
 
Today’s co-host is Alex McClafferty. Alex is the co-founder of WP Curve and a CEO coach. Since selling WP Curve to GoDaddy a few years ago, he’s spent a lot of time traveling and spending time with friends and family. But like most entrepreneurs, he wasn’t about to sit still for very long. He started coaching CEOs, and runs a Consultant to CEO prog…
 
Today’s co-host is Mor Cohen. Mor is a branding and web designer and teaches people how to build better client relationships. Mor is the founder of FlixFrame, a web design agency for small businesses and entrepreneurs. Mor started out as a graphic designer during the “IPO Golden Era”, so to speak, and did a lot of pitch decks for clients who were t…
 
If you've been hosting a podcast for a while (for the sake of this post, let's say longer than a year), you've probably received unsolicited requests from people who want to be a guest on your podcast (and if you haven't, hang in there, you will).Not only are they unsolicited requests, which we'll talk about in a minute, but it's usually from someo…
 
Today’s co-host is Jack McDade. Jack is the founder and creator of Statamic, a CMS that makes building a website better and easier to manage. Jack created Statamic in 2012, and though it started as a side project, it has grown into a platform, community, and profitable company. He’s currently working on version three of the software. Jack started h…
 
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