Entrepreneurship

    • 061: Podcasting Year In Review (Download Stats Revealed & Lessons Learned)

      This post is a companion post to the actual audio episode. (There’s little to no overlap in content!) Here’s what you’ll find by listening! How we find and choose guests Our top to bottom production process Podcasting metrics, goals and KPIs What makes a good podcast Podcast promotion strategies Incorporating storytelling into an educational/actionable oriented s ...

      Dan Shure/ evolving SEO- 15 readers -
  • No, Your Startup Doesn’t Have to Scale Right from the Start

    … As founders, a lot of what we choose to do gets scrutinized. This is especially the case when we take in investments and new partners. Eventually, friends, family, peers, and even the media that cover your work, will jump in and do the same thing to you and your startup. It can be overwhelming for many founders and worse, it can drive you…

    Dennis Seymour/ Den's Blog- 12 readers -
  • Practical Tools for Finding Courage and Revealing Your True Voice

    … In 1911, a man known as “Ishi” (the name just means man in his language), believed to be the last of the Yahi people, emerged from the wilderness after 44 years. He was taken from Oroville, California to San Francisco by an anthropologist, to work with a group that wanted to learn more about Ishi’s language and culture. When the train came…

    Sonia Simone/ Copybloggerin Content- 17 readers -
  • 5 Ways to Make Blogging Great Again in 2017

    … New year. New President… and now time for a new perspective on blogging. Sure, we all know what ‘blogging’ is and how it’s transformed the way content is created on the internet today. We also know that without WordPress, the process of creating a website or blog would also be a thousand times harder. With all of this in mind…. why are so many…

    ShoeMoneyin Affiliate Blogging- 16 readers -
  • Everyone Has A Plan Until They Get Punched In The Mouth

    … That was Mike Tyson’s response before a big fight when reporters were grilling him for his strategy. The beauty of Iron Mike’s quote is that it applies to everyone of us now and again. Everyone has a plan for their life, for their career, for their family, for their health. And sometimes we get punched in the mouth while executing our perfectly…

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  • Technique: Trust the Process & Reach Your Startup’s “1” Goal

    … Here’s the thing. You have that one goal for your startup, right? In many cases you have more than 1 but there’s always that one big one. As you slug along and go through the up and down journey with your startup and as an entrepreneur to reach that one goal, you’ll come to a point that you’d start asking yourself if you are doing the right…

    Dennis Seymour/ Den's Blog- 20 readers -
  • What The Best Sales Closers Taught Me About Selling Online

    … I started my entrepreneurial career in the Summer of 1982, selling door to door. Some would call it ‘hard selling’. Yet, the master sales closers I met made it look easy. Prospects fell in love with them. They never had to close anyone hard. Truth be known, I wanted to be like them. I learned a lot from these early sales mentors…

    How To Make Money Online- 28 readers -
  • Laura Roeder on Building a Business that Supports the Lifestyle You Love

    … This week’s guest is a self-learner. She aspires to help people’s small businesses succeed beyond their wildest dreams by making social media marketing plain and simple to understand and implement. She is Laura Roeder, and she is a Digital Entrepreneur. In this episode, Laura walks you through her journey as a digital entrepreneur: How…

    Copybloggerin Social- 21 readers -
  • Creating Online Courses to Level Up from Freelance, with Carrie Dils

    … Many freelancers dream of the day that they’ll have sources of income other than from client work. Some hope to stop taking clients for good in favor of selling online training instead. Carrie Dils did just that. A long time web developer, Carrie adopted the WordPress platform to do client work as a freelancer. But it was when she started…

    Brian Clark/ Copyblogger- 16 readers -
  • Lessons on Business and Life from the ‘Zen Master of Marketing’

    … This week’s guest is a visionary strategist for the digital age. She helps brands reach the next level by leveraging digital opportunities to drive meaningful results. She is Shama Hyder (aka the “Zen Master of Marketing”), and she is a Digital Entrepreneur. In this episode, Shama walks you through her journey as a digital entrepreneur…

    Copyblogger- 18 readers -
  • Why Passion Matters More Than Skill When Launching a Membership Site

    … Charity Preston — a teacher turned teacherprenuer — shares her incredible journey to creating an online membership network for teachers. Imagine you have a sick child at home that demands 100 percent of your time and attention. And these demands require you to give up your professional career. What would you do? Today’s guest faced that exact…

    Copyblogger- 15 readers -
  • On Making Choices and Finding New Solutions: Let It Be Easy

    … to Develop an Irresistible Online Course People Will Line Up to Buy (and Then Actually Use) Relief within reach There are plenty of difficult choices to make in life and business. And plenty of hard work goes into accomplishing your goals. But don’t overlook easy choices within reach that can help turn things around. Don’t disregard the power…

    Stefanie Flaxman/ Copyblogger- 14 readers -
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