Episode #56: Selling In A Skirt with Judy Hoberman
In this episode, I get the opportunity to have a conversation with Judy Hoberman. Judy is the founder of sellinginaskirt.com and the author of three books! She also hosts her own radio show on the Women for Women Network and she is the gender expert on Fox New Radio. Judy has also appeared on numerous news channels and on the cover of "Exceptional People" magazine. Finally, she is a Tedx talker so believe me when I say that you do not want to miss this episode. Judy offers up a few great tips for "staying the course" when entrepreneurs are pursuing their success. You will really enjoy what she has to say.
Episode #197: Selling Like A Pro On Amazon with Beau Crabill
In this episode, I talk to Beau Crabill about his start with entrepreneurship and his first successful niche on Amazon. He admits that e-commerce is nowhere are easy as people think it is and we then discuss our shared strategies to building a real business online. This is an easy episode to listen to and I know that you will find the content valuable, regardless of where you are at in your entrepreneurial journey. Before you go all-in on Amazon, do yourself a favor and listen to what Beau has to say first. Enjoy!
Episode #196: Being Authentic To Your Audience with Krista Ripma
In this episode, I speak to Krista Ripma from Authentic Audience about all things marketing. This conversation took place right around the time that things really started to get crazy with COVID. We share a lot of laughs, authentic conversation (that should come as no surprise) and we really break down the simplicity of the customer journey. It was one of the more enjoyable episodes that I have recorded in a long time. This one is a must-listen, so enjoy!
Episode #195: Exploring Platform University with John Meese
In this episode, John and I dive into the crazy world of starting and building a business online. At the time of recording the country was locking down quickly and in a dramatic fashion because of the COVID-19 pandemic. It's an interesting conversation, especially when you think about all of the people who were forced to focus on maintaining a business by pivoting online under a very tight timeline. Enjoy!