On today’s episode, I am talking with Dan Norris. Dan is the kung fu master that taught me a lot of the foundational writing, creation, and storytelling skills that are the foundation for this podcast, my books, and a lot of the work I do. It is very exciting to have him on the show. Dan continues to be a prolific creator at WP Curve and we get to hear about his WP Curve origin story and life since the startup. He is still applying many of the same marketing strategies he used to grow the startup in many different areas with lots of different successes.
On today’s episode, I am talking with Brandon Fong. He is somebody that I connected with about five years ago in the self-publishing community. Brandon has been focusing on a very cool method that he calls the Magic Connection Method, an email outreach strategy that he has been having a ton of success with creating and opening new doors for him and his business. This is a very deep, highly tactical, and highly practical episode on how you can make better connections, get people opening your cold email outreach, and open the doors for new opportunities for your business in a very big way.
On today’s episode, I am talking with Melissa Smith. Melissa is going to teach us the definition and the difference between a virtual assistant and an executive assistant. What are the differences between these two roles and what is the value of having an executive assistant on your team. This is a very exciting episode for me to share especially since I am in the process of looking for this person for my team. Having an assistant on your team is such an essential and crucial part of your work.
On today’s episode, I have another customer success series episode. Today and the show, I have Nicole Jardim. Nicole and I worked together over this year to launch her book, Fix Your Period, and an accompanying group coaching program. It was definitely an interesting time beginning this project and being in the depths of this project while the world was changing with COVID. It was very challenging and we had to make lots of different pivots, but in the end, her book was very successful in the launch and led to a powerful program that has totally transformed how Nicole is running her business and where she’s at coming into 2021. We are going to break all of that down for you.
2020 has certainly been a year to remember. I remember in March of this year with empty store shelves, lockdowns, and a 5.7 magnitude earthquake, I promised myself that I would grow as a result of the challenges presented in these times. That through these events I would shape myself into a better version of myself.
First, I need to introduce an idea to you. It is called unstoppable energy. There have been several times in my life when I have felt unstoppable energy and I particularly feel it with places. We are going to explore the three-step process to explore your wood energy.
SEP Episode #119: How to Balance a Relationship and Running One of the Most Popular Podcasts in the World with Kate Erickson
On today’s episode, I am talking with podcasting legend, Kate Erickson. Kate is the better half behind Entrepreneurs on Fire, the most successful podcast of all time. Today we are going to discover how Kate found herself in the world of entrepreneurship and podcasting and what it takes to balance running one of the most successful podcasts in the world with your business partner and romantic partner. How do you manage it so both your relationship and your business continue to grow and thrive? We have a unique episode today where we talk about interpersonal relationships and running a successful podcast.