• Writing Copy For The Web: The 80/20 Guide to Copywriting For Entrepreneurs

      If you want to write things that inspire action — web sales pages that effectively sell your product, emails that readers will click on and share, etc. — this article is for you. I repeat: if you want to make things on the internet that work, if you want to publish webpages and videos and podcasts and emails into the world that get results, you’re in the right place.

      Chase Reeves/ Fizzle- 49 readers -
    • Follow Your Curiosity, Find Your Passion & Keep it! Here’s How (FS204)

      On the podcast today we interview someone who actually found out how to make his living doing something he loved. And, I swear to god, if he can do it with this niche, there’s at least a chance for you to do it in whatever topic that’s got you excited. Because this guy, Ross Symons, literally makes little paper animals. THAT’S. IT. Origami, that’s the interest Ross pursued.

      Chase Reeves/ Fizzle- 17 readers -
    • Give What Grows — How to Overcome Burnout (FS200)

      “Though usually regarded as the result of trying to give too much, burnout in my experience results from trying to give what I do not possess.” That is a quote from Parker Palmer. Parker Palmer is awesome. I’ll prove it. And you are awesome too. But you’re in danger of burnout. If you want to create something interesting… you’re up against burnout.

      Chase Reeves/ Fizzlein Social How To's- 32 readers -
  • Client Relationships — What to Do When Things Go Wrong (FS220)

    If you work with clients directly there’s a very good chance you’re going to have to deal with some shitty situations. Clients asking for late refunds Clients delaying payment for waaaaaaay too long Customers leaving bad reviews on Yelp, Etsy or something like it Clients changing requirements in the middle of a project Client taking forever to get back to you, stoppi ...

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  • How to Create a Fail-proof Mastermind Group

    We know you’ve heard it before (um, even from us) — you should join a mastermind group, also known as a group of 4-6 people who meet about every two weeks to give each other advice and hold one another accountable to big goals. It’s kind of a no brainer, isn’t it? We all know that trying to do it all alone as an entrepreneur is a recipe for eventually giving up when the going gets tough.

    Fizzlein How To's- 11 readers -
  • Tips On Using Medium as a Blogging Channel to Grow An Audience (FS217)

    Jonas Ellison spent the last year growing an audience on Medium.com, and it worked… accidentally. On the show today you’re going to hear tangible tips about Medium.com, which will help you decide if you should use this growing platform to grow an audience. There are some new features on Medium that make both Corbett and Chase do a bit of a double take on using this platform.

    Chase Reeves/ Fizzle- 15 readers -
  • How Indie Entrepreneurs Should Plan Vacations (FS216)

    Travel can lead to inspiration, vision and clarity for your business. That can mean huge gains when you’re an owner-operator of a small business. As indie-preneurs and solo-preneurs we can often be the bottleneck for our business. Our mindset can be the leading cause of atrophy or stagnation in our strategies and execution.

    Chase Reeves/ Fizzlein How To's- 18 readers -
  • The Energizer Planning Method to Get Your Year Back on Track (FS215)

    In this episode we walk through a process to get clarity about what projects you should focus on next. You know the feeling… too many projects on the todo list; you bit off more than you can chew. So we could all use a simple process to get us back on track. We call it the Energizer Planning Method because when you go through this process you’ll have clarity and confidence a ...

    Chase Reeves/ Fizzle- 15 readers -
  • No Progress After a Full Year? This Might be Why (FS214)

    Is the work you’re doing towards your goal working at all? What if you’ve been working for several months and don’t have much to show for it? Is this normal? Is this how it works at first? Speaking of normal, what is normal!? What kind of results should you be expecting? Today on the show we talk about several places you can look to diagnose where your problem might be coming from.

    Chase Reeves/ Fizzle- 17 readers -
  • How do You Balance Life & Business? (FS213)

    Work. Side-hustle. School. Morning routine. Kids. Commute. Exercise. Meditation. Meal prep. Rest. Evaluation. If you’re like me, you fill your days with as much “I’m supposed to do this” stuff as possible. I’m supposed to exercise. I’m supposed to have good ideas for my business. I’m supposed to be diligent about executing those ideas. I’m supposed to eat healthy.

    Chase Reeves/ Fizzlein How To's- 17 readers -
  • CEO-ing Your Business: The 3 Metrics that Matter (FS212)

    In the kinds of very small businesses we talk about at Fizzle, with teams of fewer than 5 people, many with just one person, very little of what we do on a day-to-day is CEO-type stuff. Most of what we do is run around wearing one of dozens of different hats. Marketing, product development, finance, team building, and on and on.

    Corbett Barr/ Fizzle- 26 readers -
  • The Inception of a Wildly Successful Lifestyle Business (FS210)

    I’d venture to say that most of us, when we think about a “successful business” we’d want to create, it will look like what is known as a lifestyle business. These are the kinds of businesses where your business serves your life, not the other way around. And with the tools of the internet and extremely affordable training like Fizzle’s Courses, this kind of business has bec ...

    Chase Reeves/ Fizzle- 22 readers -
  • 10 Excellent Niche Business Examples to Learn From (FS209)

    Listen, there is a TON of competition in business today. The internet, which enables all of our personal businesses like never before, also makes it so now you compete with the entire world. But, we have a powerful tool at our disposal: specialization, focus, narrowing our target market, aiming at a smaller business niche.

    Chase Reeves/ Fizzle- 25 readers -
  • You Know You Need to Define Your Ideal Client, Target Market & Niche, Right? (FS208)

    We’re willing to bet you’ve heard and read lots of talk about the importance of pinpointing your ideal client, identifying a target market and picking a niche. Maybe you’re even sick of these concepts? (It’s okay, you can roll your eyes a little!) You’re probably tired of hearing these buzzwords because they get thrown around way too often without much meaning attached to them.

    Fizzle- 20 readers -

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