This episode features an interview with Erin Shebish discussing how to overcome mental barriers and self emposed obsticals by leveraging your strengths for success and identifying when to move on from a project and grow with your business. Featuring Erin Shebish https://www.withwitandwisdom.co/ Erin's Podcast https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/wit-wisdom-serious-business-seriously-funny/id1125587763?mt=2
Interview with Amy Smith and Landon Porter discussing the importance of identifying and targeting your Niche, how to connect with your ICA by knowing them better than they know themselves, and a lot of other helpful tips and tricks. I had the honor of interviewing Landon Porter from the amazing and successful Getting Clients Without Being Salesy group. He's known as the Sales Gorilla and there's a pretty good reason for it. Him and the rest of the Gorilla marketing team do an amazing job...
Relationships can be challenging on their own. However, when you add in also owning your own business as a couple, it adds an additional hurdle for you to tackle together. This episode features interviews with four entrepreneur couples who discuss challenges that they have faced, how they make it work, and advice for other entrepreneur couples. The guests in this episode include: Amanda Sloan & Thom Knight with Thankful Cow https://thankfulcow.com Megan & Justin Hunt with Hunt Family Design...
This episode features an interview with Elisha Israel. Amy and Elisha discuss the importance of finding your niche, stepping out of your comfort zone and networking with individuals outside of your specialty, building dependable relationships with clients, giving honest expectations of the work that you provide to clients and not overselling your work, gaining a clear scope of work that you do, and reverse engineering your business strategies. You can find Elisha at:...
This episode features Miranda M. Nahmias from mirandanahmias.com Amy and Miranda discuss building your team, simplifying and organizing your tasks by breaking them down into bite-size chunks, planning for the future, outsourcing tasks, and the importance of being picky about who you work with and when to walk away.
We interviewed Katherine Pomerantz from The Bookkeeping Artist on important ways to have a healthy mindset and outlook when it comes to managing money in your business. You can find Katherine here: http://bookkeepingartist.com/
This episode features Krista Rae from KristaRae.co and the successful collaborative business with Kory Woodard, CodedCreative.co. Collaborating with others is an extremely effective way to reach new audiences and grow your brand. Learn about ways to approach collaborations and partnerships with other entrepreneurs and brands as well as ways to make it successful... plus how to know when it's best to walk away.
In today's episode, we are diving in with Joanne Sonenshine from Connective Impact to learn about becoming our own bosses, the importance of networking and partnerships, and creating an impact using our career paths. Say hello to Joanne over at www.connectiveimpact.com or buy her book, "ChangeSeekers: Finding Your Path to Impact", on Amazon: http://amzn.to/2C1QfJc
There are 9 white-hat online growth-hacking techniques that you can use in your online business and website to help grow your business. Using any strategic combination of these 9 (or all of them) will get you on the right track for your website to grow leaps and bounds in 2018.
A comprehensive list of questions to understanding your ideal client avatar; that is, your ideal customer or website visitor! Don't overlook the importance of understanding who you are building your business for. In one hour, I go over the four major categories to successfully understanding your avatar: demographics, interests, behaviors, and mindsets. You can download the four-page question guide here: skill-space.co/avatar.
Brittney Rossie Shownotes 04:08 Building a business in phases and stumbling upon a legitimate business 04:40 Starting small and with what you know 06:20 Taking the Strengths Finder 2.0 Assessment 08:03 When to persevere or when to let it go 08:35 When to outsource 09:00 Knowing where to focus our time and energy 09:21 “You cannot be anything you want to be, but you can be a whole lot more if you already are.” 10:15 Why blogging isn’t everything and other areas of visibility 11:20 Put your...
Organizing your business system and workflow can take quite a bit of trial-and-error. Let's discuss a few tips on where and how you can get organized in your strategy based on your unique needs and personality.
This episode talks about what I like to call the big four of social media: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Pinterest. There are a few runner-ups: Snapchat, LinkedIn, and Google+. The main takeaway is that each platform is unique and not every business needs to be on every one of them. Learn more in this episode of Build Your Biz.
Learn about the popular trends in website design and development and how you can incorporate important web design elements into your own business or brand's website so that you can enhance your visitor's experience!
WordPress or Squarespace? What about Wix and Weebly? I've used all four and more throughout my freelancing career and I have a lot of thoughts on the advantages and disadvantages of each of these. And honestly, I wouldn't necessarily recommend one completely over the other because your website platform needs are highly individualized. Listen to learn more and share your thoughts!
There are three things I highly recommend for your website to have in order to legally protect yourself AND your readers. I discuss these three in this episode of the Build Your Biz podcast. I'd love to hear your thoughts!
Do you know what your online structure is? Did you know that the U.S. government automatically defaults you to one of two business structures depending on if you are by yourself or with at least one other person? Find out if you're functioning as a hobby or one of these legal business structures and how that affects you legally and with filing taxes.