Today I caught up with a wellness entrepreneur who is doing some cool stuff online, Katie Dalebout. Katie has a podcast called Let it Out which used to be called Wellness Wonderland. She started her podcast off the back of a successful blog where she talks about her own wellness journey after dealing with eating…
I speak with mother of two, medical intuitive, and spiritual mentor Maria Davis. In this episode you’ll find out what medical intuition is and get gorgeous behind the scenes peak at Maria’s business. You’ll get wonderful snippets of practices you might like to incorporate into your wellness business.
On this episode I catch up with the lovely artist and designer Emma Veiga-Malta. We chat about her entrepreneurial/artist’s journey and the power of niching. Many wellness entrepreneurs have fears about niching down too much – that it will exclude too many potential clients. But as you’ll learn from Emma, niching is a powerful marketing…
Like a blog, you’re always launching a podcast. Every fresh episode, you are getting it out there, looking for new listeners, wanting new tribers to fall in love and start picking up what you’re putting down. It’s easy to get into “promo-rut” when you are going through the motions, putting one podcast step in front of another and no longer getting creative about exposing your show to new listeners.
Wonderful podcasters are joining us everyday, and Shannon Bush is one of those lovely people. I got to connect with her at artful and I’m thrilled to introduce you to her. You’re going to get business tips from someone who’s been in business over seven years! Shannon is a killer networker online and offline, sharing her voice as a strong example of female leadership.
Shannon’s been on an incredible journey transitioning from a career in health to traveling the world to studying business and serving a decade in the corporate world, until finally deciding to become unemployable.
She shares with us her path into entrepreneurship, networking tips, and female leadership model
The fun of podcasting is that it’s a radio show that is owned by you. You get to decide the name, the format, how regularly the show is on and who gets on the show.
Most podcasts fit into one of three main types of format – the creation of shows based around an interview, or solo shows – or co-hosted shows. Let’s dig into each of them and break down what makes them work – or not.
This episode is totally awesome. Erin Kyna is a client of mine and so much more. She’s a life coach, Lululemon ambassador, and spiritual guru. I’m thrilled to dive right in with this conversation and get really curious about Erin’s exceptional work. I hope you’re ready for more than a little woo-woo. We’re taking…
If you want to podcast as part of building your business, then you need to create a podcast that supports your business strategy. It’s fine to podcast for fun or to share your hobbies or cause you’re in love with the idea of creating your own radio show – but if you want a direct correlation between your podcast and your business, you definitely need a strategy for your podcast that is totally aligned to your business strategy.
It’s episode 50 and so I decided to talk about my favourite topic, the only silver bullet in business, consistency! I am sharing with you, retelling my Artful Business Conference keynote where I riff on consistency, tell a few stories and break down the 4 elements that help us be more consistent: