The Entrepreneur’s Ecosystem


Producing Killer Content with Lacy Boggs

Ep. 10

We’ve all experienced brands totally bombarding us with ads and messaging during a big launch or rebrand campaign, but going radio silent in the inbetween. The fact is, without fortifying a client base on those off times, brands will end up with less eyeballs, and way less enthusiasm, the next time they launch a new sale, product, or campaign. In order to maintain an audience, it’s integral for a brand to spend that off time nurturing and priming their base.

Today, we’re talking to content strategist Lacy Boggs. Lacy is the author of the bestselling Kindle ebook Make a Killing with Content and the director of the Content Direction Agency which helps small businesses with strategic content for in between launches.

Tune in and listen to episode ten as we cover the differences between conversion copywriting and content marketing, the delight and frustration of TikTok and speaking Gen Z’s language, and where to draw the line on your social media channels between personal and professional content.

In This Episode, You Will Learn:

All about Lacy, her zodiac sign, and why she felt attacked the first time she read her enneagram results (03:20)

Lacy’s definition of content marketing and what it is and isn’t (07:35)

You don’t have to adopt every new social channel just because it’s hot—find the platform that works for you and your audience (19:11)

Choose one of your social media channels as a place to test ideas outloud (30:07)

Strategies for nurturing and building a brand in between launches (34:38)

To get to content that really sticks and resonates, be willing to play around and think outside the box(49:26)

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How Minimalism Can Turn Neurodiversity, ADHD, and Engineered Distraction Into a Superpower with Robyn Buchanan

Ep. 28
Do you know anyone with ADHD or someone who is neurodivergent? Whether you have been diagnosed or not, it’s not a secret that we live in a distracted and cluttered world that continues to shorten our attention span. However, when we are self-aware and understand the environments that we focus best in, we are able to turn our struggles into a superpower.Today, we’re talking with Robyn Buchanan, an emergency nurse turned life and focus coach. With her husband and three children having ADHD, Robyn grew passionate about helping people with ADHD and neurodivergence to turn their struggles into a superpower. With Robyn’s coaching, her clients are able to not be paralyzed by their daily struggles anymore and understand what steps to take.Tune in and listen to episode 28 of The Entrepreneur’s Ecosystem. We talk with Robyn about her journey with minimalism and coaching ADHD clients and how the two intersect. She shares how our environment influences our ability to focus, why ADHD and neurodivergence can be leveraged as a strength for entrepreneurs, and steps to begin digitally decluttering.In This Episode, You Will Learn:Why it’s valuable to delete things before adding things (7:04)How our environment affects us (15:46)Robyn’s strategies to help her clients discover their strengths (28:36)How being neurodivergent can be a superpower for entrepreneurs (47:50)The first step to addressing digital clutter (56:55)Resources Mentioned:Wealth Whispers Gift (free link with code)5 Reasons Why Sometimes, What's Presented as "Ethical Marketing" is Purity Culture in DisguiseBook: We Will Not Cancel UsClementine MorganConnect with Robyn BuchananLinkedInYouTubeTell us what you want us to talk Out Your Own Unfair with Chanti:WebsiteConnect with Dawn:WebsiteSome of our quiz funnels:

Ethical Marketing and Purity Culture with Merel Kriegsman

Ep. 27
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Ep. 26
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