FF146: Honor Your Story with Steve Garvin

In this episode, Steve Garvin joins me to share giving air to your voice and honoring your story. And, the more that we allow ourselves to connect with others, the richer our story becomes.

Highlights From This Episode:

  • If you don’t take care of yourself, you don’t honor your own story
  • When you share stories with other people, they can see themselves in your story and you can see yourself in other people’s stories
  • You can take a stand for your story and part of that is recognizing that you have that opportunity to do so
  • Be the author of your story and create the story that you want to tell
  • Give yourself permission to show up

Links & Resources From This Episode:

Entrepreneur Toolbox  Where you’ll find all our podcast guest gifts

Read more:   ‘Artists Way’ Julia Cameron (morning pages)

‘Heart Notes: An Anthology of Inspiring Letters to Matters of the Heart’ Steven Garvin

Learn more:    Steve Garvin LinkedIn

Toastmasters link

Resources:   750words.com

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FF145: Why Leaders Need Space & Grace with Lisa Wilson

In this episode Lisa Wilson and I cover the important topic of Leaders and self care and giving yourself space and grace. Taking time to do something that brings you joy is ok.

Highlights From This Episode:

  • Spiral mindset and its negative effects
  • Giving yourself space and grace
  • The importance of taking breaks and doing something that brings you joy
  • Working through a process rather than stuffing it
  • Doing those things that make a difference for you and your business

Links & Resources From This Episode:

Entrepreneur Toolbox  Where you’ll find all our podcast guest gifts

Learn more:  https://lmwcoaching.ca

More About Lisa Wilson

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FF144: Become Micro Famous In Your Niche with Matt Johnson

Matt Johnson shares his journey of becoming ‘Micro Famous’ and how you can do the same. He has the weirdest entrepreneurial background that has served him well in business. Matt talks about how you can find the right people for your business and attract them into your world.

Highlights From This Episode:

  • How Matt became ‘Micro Famous’ in his space
  • The myth of the bigger the audience, the more money you make
  • The importance of selling one type of thing to one type of person
  • Knowing who the right person is for you
  • The 3 stages of influence and getting known for what you do

Links & Resources From This Episode:

Learn More:   Pursuing Results Matt Johnson

Resources:  Micro Famous  Matt’s free book

More About Matt Johnson

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FF143: Content Strategy Starts With Why with Pauliina Rasi

In this episode, Pauliina Rasi joins me to share about content strategy and focusing on finding the one idea to communicate. Make the complicated simple and interesting that reaches the audience and makes an impact.

Highlights From This Episode:

  • Content strategy starts with Why
  • The 4 questions of content strategy
  • Finding the one idea to communicate
  • The 3 P’s of Content Marketing
  • Focus on what works for you

Links & Resources From This Episode:

Entrepreneur Toolbox  Where you’ll find all our podcast guest gifts

Learn more:   PauliinaRasi.com

Resources:   10 Content Ideas That Work On Every Channel

More About Pauliina Rasi

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FF142: Marketing & Systems All Relate To The Customer Journey with Sara Nay

In this episode, Sara Nay joins me as we dive into marketing and systems. Sara leads the team at Duct Tape Marketing and is a Scalable Business Advisor. She generously shares her expertise in business and leaves us with lots of golden nuggets.

Highlights From This Episode:

  • Take a step back and focus on the most important components of marketing strategy
  • The importance of thinking about the different stages in marketing of how you guide someone where they are already trying to go
  • Mapping out your whole process and putting systems behind your operations to be able to scale
  • The Growth, Fulfillment and Innovation Engines
  • Providing the big picture helps your team understand the why behind their work

Links & Resources From This Episode:

Read more:   ‘E-Myth Revisited’ Michael E Gerber

Learn more: Duct Tape Marketing

Agency Spark Podcast

Resources:   7 Steps To Small Business Marketing Success

More About Sara Nay

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FF141: Getting Focused And Mapping It Out with Val Low

In this episode, join Val Low as she shares some thoughts on focus and more easily reaching your outcomes. What you can do when opportunities and ideas are overflowing and keeping you from your great work. Also learn more about Mapping Out your business ideas with visual business mapping.

Highlights From This Episode:

  • The biggest key to focus is Clarity
  • Reach your GBG’s [Great Big Goals]
  • Use a visual map like Map It to bring your vision and business ideas to life

Links & Resources From This Episode:

Entrepreneur Toolbox  Where you’ll find all our podcast guest gifts

Read more:   Upcoming book ‘Map It Strategy’

Learn more:   ValLow.me

More About Val Low

Val Low is a MAP IT Master & Brand Strategist and takes entrepreneurs to their next level of growth and impact. Through visual business mapping, Val works with entrepreneurs to take their dreams and business ideas out of their head and bring them to life. Val provides strategy on creating a message and brand to stand out in a noisy marketplace that people love to talk about.

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FF140: Productivity, Strategy and Legacy Mindset with Yvonne McCoy

In this episode, Yvonne McCoy shares with us the connection between productivity, strategy and leveling up as you grow your business. She also shares how having a legacy mindset keeps you anchored and helps you to make adjustments in this very chaotic changing world that we’re in.

Highlights From This Episode:

  • We tend to check off our list the easy things because it gives us a feeling of I’ve accomplished something
  • Where’s the best use of my time right now to get me where I want to go
  • As you start to grow you realize that you really do need to level up.
  • For some entrepreneurs micromanaging is really hard to give up
  • Show up where you are. Life is too short to wait

Links & Resources From This Episode:

Read more:   ‘Traction’ by Gino Wickman

Learn more:   http://www.ProductivityCoach.Today

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FF139: Do Your Great Work with Dr Amanda Crowell

In this episode, Dr. Amanda Crowell joins us to encourage and show us how to live our Great Work. Everything comes down to how can we do the work that really expresses who we truly are in community with people in a way that creates a legacy for us and feels really fun.

Highlights From This Episode:

  • Small shifts can put you into a place where you feel like you’re here for a purpose and actually making a contribution
  • Great work calls to you from the inside
  • What can I do today to get a little closer to the few things that I’m actually choosing to do
  • You have to allow yourself to take up room in your life
  • If you create space, your great work will grow into that space and you will feel so much more, you will feel happy immediately

Links & Resources From This Episode:

Read more:   ‘Great Work, Do What Matters Most Without Sacrificing Everything Else’ Dr. Amanda Crowell

Learn more: ‘Unleashing Your Great Work’ Podcast

Resources:   The Aligned Time Vision Challenge

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FF138: A Marketing Program for Customers with James Hipkin

In this episode, James Hipkin takes us on the customer journey of why the first purchase isn’t as important as the second purchase and building a customer relationship marketing program. Marketing is about who your ideal customer is and what’s their journey.

Highlights From This Episode:

  • The 4 quadrants of your customer avatar
  • Mapping your customer journey
  • Shifting the tone of your communication to customers
  • Building a customer relationship marketing program
  • Micro transactions that build trust

Links & Resources From This Episode:

Entrepreneur Toolbox  Where you’ll find all our podcast guest gifts

Quote:  ‘Don’t try to boil the ocean’ James Hipkin

Learn more: inn8ly.com

Resources:  Six Seconds or Less Website Audit

Journey to Success Ebook

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FF137: Normalizing Ageism with Jacqueline Perez

In this episode, Jacqueline Perez shares about normalizing ageism. We live in a youth centric culture in western civilization and often don’t talk about aging. Jack speaks openly about the huge chasm between miniskirts and depends.

Highlights From This Episode:

  • Being part of and leading the movement of normalizing aging.
  • There’s a huge chasm between miniskirts and depends
  • We live in a very youth centric culture in western civilization, and we don’t talk about aging
  • Gen X women and baby Boomer women outnumber any other cohort that is currently alive
  • Share, Learn, Play with 2nd Act Sisters

Links & Resources From This Episode:

Learn more: KuelLife.com

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