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Have a business that serves local customers? This podcast will help you get more leads and customers with your marketing. We'll explore both the strategy and specific tips to marketing to a local customer base. Short and to the point. You'll come away with specific things you can do even today to grow. Marketing Your Local Business is hosted by Matt Heffner, founder of Red Oak Local, a 10 year veteran of local business marketing.
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The Next Year Now Podcast is based on the belief that everyday, purposeful habits and practices are vital for you to thrive at work and in life. Each week, I interview some of the brightest and most successful people, with expertise in topics like Personal Development, Health & Well-being, Business, Productivity, Creativity and Entrepreneurship. My goal is to help you thrive by identifying the most successful habits and practices and to share the secrets of their success. Think of me as your ...
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Do you crave deeper relationships? Are shallow, small-talk settings exhausting for you? Join us as we dive deeper into the stories of how God has moved, spoken, and worked in and through Mikyhla and people she loves. Listen to stories of redemption, love, grace, and God’s glory. Just like having a conversation with a friend who knows you well, we hope you feel welcome and loved.
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This is an incredible conversation with Bunk Heffner. He talks about his journey with anxiety and how he learned about the Lord's faithfulness through hard things. I pray this episode blesses you and encourages you to seek out the Lord's way in the hard spots. The reference made to David saying that he will become even more something is 1 Samuel 6:…
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This episode is the recording from a message I preached at our young adults ministry service on April 11, 2023. It was the first time I ever spoke from a stage in this capacity, and I was completely blown away and honored by how the Holy Spirit moved and spoke for me. The song that led into this message was "We Crown You" by Jeremy Riddle.…
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This episode is a really cool, deep dive with Justin Webb about when he first encountered the Holy Spirit. He shares his testimony of coming out of depression and anxiety and stepping into a love that changed everything about his life. He can be found on Youtube at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6Crh0Saq1DUYfnCTMmE1lA/featuredYou can also search…
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This episode is a conversation with the sweetest, friend, Betsy. We talk about her family healing and finding redemption in her marriage after having 4 kids within a 5 year time span. We talk about how God moved when her husband started having a problem with alcohol and how that redemption and healing led to her homeschooling all of her children. T…
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In this episode, author, teacher, and artist Chelsea Staebel talks about how the power of prayer changed her marriage and the trajectory of her life. She has so many incredible stories of God's faithfulness through difficulty. Check her out at www.cwstaebel.comYou can preorder her book and see her amazing artwork and teaching!…
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How many times have I said I needed to fix something and didn't pray about it first? Probably 95% of any time, ever. This episode is a challenge to remember that when you ask Him to take of things, the pressure is off for you to make things happen. Proverbs 3:5-6 says, "Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding; i…
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This episode is a conversation with one of my best friends, Chelsea Solem, about God's faithfulness. We talk about how easy it is to forget all the things He has done when we are waiting for the next thing. Chelsea talks about how God was present when she almost died during childbirth and how evident He was during the adoption process for her secon…
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There’s never been a more abundant and prosperous time to be alive. There is no shortage of technologies and solutions to help you and your business to succeed. What separates the top performers … those of us at the very top of the pyramid is leadership. If you can lead effectively, then you can do anything. Today’s guest, Ty Bennet, accomplished a…
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Email advertising is a go-to resource for entrepreneurs and businesses alike. It’s everywhere and right now, it’s done in a way that is terrible for customers. Your inbox is no longer your inbox. My guest today, Todd Furneaux, has a product, AdKaddy, that aims to fix this problem. Listen at https://nextyearnowpodcast.com/70…
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Today we’re speaking with one of the most popular podcast hosts in the world. I’m talking about Pete Mockaitis and his podcast, How To Be Awesome At Your Job. His podcast is one of the best places to learn about improving your performance at work and in life. Today’s conversation with Pete will give us a chance to pick his brain and learn the most …
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I am so excited about today’s discussion with our guest Matt Wallaert. He’s an expert in behavior change, which comes in handy whether we’re trying to change our own behavior or the behavior of our customers. Matt is a world class expert in this behavior change. He has a new book – Start at the End - coming out in just a few weeks, and is one of th…
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In this inaugural episode we’re talking about the missing step in marketing your business. I show you the path most business owners think their customers take to find and choose their business and then the real process with the missing step that customers actually take. It’s a fundamental shift in thinking and the key to get more tangible results f…
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We're flipping the script today! Instead of interviewing a world class expert to uncover the habits and practices that have fueled their success, I'm having someone interview me. In this episode, it is Alec Pulianas, my podcast editor and producer who will be asking me about my journey into entrepreneurship. In particular, how it has gone over the …
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So many people talk about happiness today ... and they do it lacking any scientific chops and real world application. That's why I'm so excited about today's guest, Tal Ben-Shahar. Tal is one of the world’s best experts on happiness. If you want to discover real, concrete habits you can adopt right now, then don't miss this episode! Tal breaks it d…
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In today's episode, we speak with Yosef Lynn about one of the most important topics in life ... marriage / relationships. Yosef, along with his co-author, Tod Jacobs, just released the book, Not a Partnership. It’s all about marriage. In the book, Yosef and Tod discuss what we keep getting wrong about marriage and how to get it right. If you’ve eve…
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Do you create and post content online? Do you do any kind of online business? Then you know that one of the MOST important things you can do is to learn how to advertise and market to your customers online. It’s not the easiest and it’s not always intuitive. That’s why I’m excited to speak with Jay Ludgrove in this week's episode. Listen at http://…
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There’s a big myth I want to dispel right now. It’s the idea of the lone genius. The person that creates and develops amazing ideas and brings them to life alone, as the hero in the story. It’s simply not true. The big successes in organizations, in communities, in life ... they are almost always in the presence and with the help of other people. I…
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"Culture eats strategy for breakfast," is a phrase made famous by management guru Peter Drucker. But cultivating that culture is easier said than done. That's where my guest this week - Anese Cavanaugh - can help you and your organization. She helps create a contagious culture for organizations that sets them on the path to success. She does this b…
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For all the foodies out there, this week's episode is for you. I speak with Beth Ricanati, an MD and author focusing on women's health and wellness. She recently released her first book, Braided: A Journey of a Thousand Challahs. It's a fascinating book that talks about her story of learning to bake Challah bread and how it helped her cultivate hap…
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After a brief hiatus for the holiday break, we are back with another fantastic episode to help you thrive in life. This week we speak with Jonathan Haidt, a social psychologist who studies morality (among other things) and who is the co-author of what might be the most important book you read in 2019, The Coddling of the American Mind: How Good Int…
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If you listen to only one podcast episode this year, I want you to make it this week's episode with Next Year Now guest Andrew Wittman, Ph.D., former special agent for the Capitol Police, police officer, and US Marine Corps infantry officer. He's here to talk to us about the 7 Secrets of Resilience for Parents. It doesn't matter if you have kids or…
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It's Thanksgiving Holiday week and I'm thankful for for this week's guest - Adrien Finkel. She is a photographer, writer, and producer based in LA. Her just-released book, My Naked Truth, is a photo essay that explores triumphs, tragedies, and personal beliefs. Adrien interviewed over 200 people for this project and has a lot of really great insigh…
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Today’s guest, Dana Wilde is a brain trainer for entrepreneurs. She helps entrepreneurs and others to think better so that they can live better. She has a really unique background and approach to training the brain that I think will resonate with everyone. If you've been struggling to launch or grow your business, or you just want to learn to harne…
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Today is a special episode. It marks one year since I started this podcast to help you to thrive at work and in life. To mark this occasion I wanted to do something different. I'm celebrating by sharing my own experience of improving my health & well-being AND by announcing some big changes to the podcast! In today's episode, I dive into how a rece…
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Today’s guest, Jim Wang, is a personal finance blogger and founder of Wallet Hacks. Jim reads what all of the experts are saying we should do and does something unique ... he tests them out to see which approaches work and which do not. He reminds me of Tim Ferris ... only he's running these experiments so that he can help us how to get ahead finan…
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Today's guest, Christine McAlister, is the founder of Life With Passion. She specializes in helping high-achieving and motivated entrepreneurs break free from the 9 to 5 and reach their dreams! She is a rockstar business coach and an even better person. If you've been toying with the idea of launching your own business but haven't taken the leap, t…
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Chris Peterson, a legend in the Positive Psychology world, once said, "other people matter." Chris was highlighting that the best of the world is because of and in service of the people around us - our family, our friends, our classmates, and even our colleagues. If we want to truly enjoy life. If we want to thrive at work, then we better take the …
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There are a lot of ways to improve your health and well-being ... and pretty much anything you want to change. And one of the best ways to do that is through behavior analysis and coaching. This week's guest, Gianna Biscontini, is an expert in behavior analysis and is using this approach in her company, W3RKWELL, to help organizations improve emplo…
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One of the best things you can do to improve in life is to find yourself a kick-ass coach. That's why I was so excited to speak with Kelly Roach this week. She's a business coach and best-selling author who helps entrepreneurs go from zero to hero. And the best part? She's someone who's done it. She's built her business into a million dollar operat…
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I’ve been thinking a lot about financial freedom lately. And that’s because, like a lot of people, I made the mistake of buying too much house. Don’t get me wrong, I love our house and our neighborhood community, but it’s come at a cost. My wife and I feel the financial burden of that mortgage and the cost of ownership that comes with it. We have b…
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We’re so fortunate to have yet another New York Times best-seller on the show. This week Angela Duckworth will join us. She is the author of Grit, the CEO of the Character Lab, and without a doubt, the best professor I had while studying at the University of Pennsylvania. Who else could make me fall in love with inferential statistics!!! Seriously …
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This week's guest - Chip Conley - takes me back full circle to my time at the University of Pennsylvania where I studied applied psychology in graduate school. I remember reading Chip's book, Emotional Equations, and thinking that everything I thought I knew about well-being and happiness needed to be re-calibrated. What I really love about Chip is…
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This week's guest is Elise Auxier – a professional executive and life coach. She specializes in a type of coaching called the Energy Leadership Index. Unlike personality assessments, the Energy Leadership Index (ELI) is a behavioral assessment which illuminates how current perceptions, attitudes, and behaviors either enhance our ability to lead or …
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