The Intentionally Inspirational Marketing Talk Podcast
Episode #44: Recipes For Success with Cady Macon
In this episode, I share several important announcements about Intentionally Inspirational and the future direction of the company. After I produced this episode, I realized that I also recorded one of the longest shows to date. It is a highly enjoyable and educational episode, thanks to Cady who brought a wealth of value to the conversation. You will enjoy this one!
Episode #192: Conversational Copywriting with Nick Usborne
In this episode, I talk with Nick Usborne of Conversational Copywriting. We have a great conversation! Nick stresses the importance of honesty and transparency in your marketing. If you are looking to boost your sales you will want to hear this. I also, talk a bit about the challenge 2020 has been for all. This year has been a tough one economically for most. However, it is in times like these that we have to find perspective. When things are hard it can be so easy to only see where you wanted to be. Instead, I challenge you to look at how far you have come. Finding perspective is what will help you stay motivated to keep going. You don’t want to miss this episode!
Episode #191: Hiring Your Dream Team
In this episode of the podcast, it’s just me and Brandy like old times. This episode is like an unplugged version of an unplugged podcast. Yikes! There is extreme entertainment + some great conversation about building your team as an entrepreneur. Even if you haven’t begun hiring for your business yet, this will give you some important things to think about. Enjoy and don’t say that I didn’t warn you about this episode.
Episode #190: Becoming Unstoppable with Steve Gordon
In this episode, I talk with Steve Gordon. Steve is an author, podcast host, and founder of the Unstoppable CEO. His entrepreneurial journey is an interesting one. He also shares some tips to overcome the biggest challenges in growing and attracting clients when you’re a service-based business. A simple reminder about marketing is it is a conversation. You wouldn’t walk up to someone on the street saying, “hey want to buy my stuff?”. Don’t approach your customers that way. Marketing is a relationship. Put yourself in your customer’s shoes, what does that journey look like? That is always a great way to really evaluate how your marketing campaign will be received.