Josh Andrajack is an owner/partner of Boley Featherston Insurance. In this episode, he and Logan Draper talk about climbing the ladder at their workplaces and how they’re helping guide their businesses through generational shifts in order to maintain growth.
A lot of times it takes longer than a couple weeks to a couple months for digital campaigns to really take off. Is impatience ruining your campaigns? We discuss why patience can be a huge factor in the success of your marketing campaigns.
We released our very first episode one year ago! Thank you to everyone who has listened and supported us. In this episode, Logan Draper and Jared Vann discuss Nike's new campaign with Colin Kaepernick and why they have problems with social media sometimes.
Not many people like spam, the canned meat version nor the advertising version. In this episode, Logan Draper and Jared Vann diagnose what spam looks like and discuss how obtrusive ads can quickly turn prospects away from your business.
Y'all are in for an absolute treat with this episode. How many times have you listened to a podcast between two people that are due to have their first child in two days? Well, that is what you'll hear in this episode. Logan and Katy Draper sat down two days before the due date of their first child to discuss their thoughts leading up to the birth of their baby girl and everything in between. We promise, this is not an episode you'll want to miss.
Reviews can be an extremely valuable asset to your business, but often times business owners forgo trying to generate reviews because they fear negative reviews. In this episode, Logan Draper and Jared Vann discuss why reviews are valuable, how to respond to negative reviews, and how being open to all types of feedback can be beneficial to your business.
Introverts and extroverts typically have different thought processes and manifest their thoughts in unique ways. Understanding these intricacies can help you understand why certain people act the way they do during specific circumstances. In this episode, Logan Draper, an extrovert, and Jared Vann, an introvert, discuss how they react to different situations, what gives them life, and why both personality types have something valuable to bring to the table.
Mason Wilson is a co-founder of Loft Roasters. In this episode, Mason talks with Logan Draper about his year living in China, how coffee has given him and the Loft Roasters guys an opportunity to connect with various communities, and what it’s like starting a business as a 20-something. You can find out more about Loft Roasters on social media: Facebook: www.facebook.com/LoftRoasters/ Instagram: @loftroasters Go follow Mason on social media as well: Facebook: www.facebook.com/mason.wilson.73...
What should you do if your business receives negative social media kickback? Logan Draper and Jared Vann discuss what you should and shouldn't do in different situations. Thank you to Charlie Burnam for asking us to do an episode about this. If you have a question or topic you'd like us to cover, you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
So many people try to skip steps in order to achieve the end goal quicker. In this episode, Logan Draper and Jared Vann talk about how the steps matter. Doing the daily rep will get you incremental improvements, which will ultimately lead to the end goal. We also recap the last three episodes and chronicle the evolution of this podcast.
Carlos Whittaker is a renowned musician, blogger, speaker, and author of Kill the Spider and Moment Maker. In this episode, Logan Draper and Carlos talk about his most recent book, "Kill the Spider", modern-day blogging, parenting, and the future of the church. You can follow Carlos on social media at the following: - Instagram: @loswhit - Twitter: @loswhit - Facebook: facebook.com/CarlosWhittaker/ - YouTube: youtube.com/user/loswhit Learn more about Kill the Spider here:...
Michael is the founder and CEO of Dexter Learning Academy. In this episode, Logan Draper and Michael Olaya discuss how optimizing your environment can improve your life and your ability to learn. You can learn more about Michael and Dexter on the following channels: Instagram: @sciencemonk; @dexterlearning Dexter Learning Academy website: https://www.dexterlearning.com/
There are three types of communication: verbal, written, and visual. In this episode, Logan Draper and Jared Vann discuss how your business can utilize each type of communication to market your products or services.