Tania Katan, author of Creative Trespassing, talks about the beauty of welcoming the messiness of creativity into your professional and personal life. She also shares exercises for tapping into your creativity.
Melissa Smith, founder and CEO of the Association of Virtual Assistants, discusses all of the value that a VA can provide for an entrepreneur or business owner. She also walks us through the process of searching for, screening, and hiring a VA.
Jeanne Bliss, who pioneered the role of Chief Customer Officer and authored Would You Do That to Your Mother?, shares why business leaders should make every customer service decision with compassion and care (and how to do it).
John Jantsch shares five SEO techniques that go beyond the basics. For consultants or marketing agencies who are looking to get results for their clients, these approaches can take their SEO to the next level.
John interviews Aaron Weiche, CEO of GatherUp, a review and customer feedback platform. Weiche shares everything small business owners need to know about reviews, customer experience, and managing their online reputation.
John chats with Laura Vanderkam, author of several time-management and productivity books, including her latest, Juliet's School of Possibilities. Here, she shares learnings and takeaways from the book.
John speaks with Grant Baldwin: speaker, author, blogger, podcaster, and founder of The Speaker Lab. Grant shares his in-depth knowledge about all that it takes to get into speaking and how to turn it into a source of revenue (or even a full-time career).
John shares his three step system for establishing a consistent flow of leads, developing a repeatable process for serving your clients, and engaging trusted partners - all to keep clients coming back year after year.
John speaks with Jim Kukral, marketing expert and the author of Your Journey to Becoming Unskippable. They discuss what it means to be unskippable, how it can help you win customers for life, and what you must do to become unskippable.