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The Work from Home Podcast

The Work from Home Podcast

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With The Work From Home podcast, I and my guests dissect the opportunities and best tips for working from home.

This podcast is great for anyone looking to work from home or already working from home and wants to take their business to the next level.
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For today's episode, I took some time to talk about some of the simple things we can do as work from home professionals to make working from home much easier. As basic as they seem, the items listed will make your day not only smoother but also more productive and you are sure to fill more fulfilled because you are getting stuff done.
In this Podcast, Dom sheds some light on how the internet began and how he was able to build a business from his garage in a time when the internet was referred to as an information superhighway. He also explains the common pitfalls of startups as well as gives insights into how startups can position themselves for successs. Listen to this awesome episode and use any of the links below to reach out to him: email website LinkedIn  
In this episode with John C Morley, he shares how he started his work from home business full-time as well as how he helps businesses manage their work-from-home staff. He breaks down how corporate businesses can track time and manage the effectiveness of work from home staff and shares with us some of the excesses he has noticed with Work From Home staff. To get in touch with John, use any of the links below: https://www.linkedin.com/in/johncmorleyiv/ https://jmor.com/  
In the first episode for the month of February, I talked about how small businesses can take advantage of Google my business platform to leverage visibility as well as tips for choosing the right keywords to compete for as well as the importance for properly doing SEO. The analogy I used in this episode will help you understand SEO like never before. To request a free SEO audit, send me a DM on Instagram
In this eye-opening episode, Omotola talks about how she was able to start and run a fully functional Non Profit from her dorm while in school and was able to impact the lives of people in another part of the world. From her story, we are able to see that we can achieve a whole lot of things and we are our biggest cheerleader or obstacle depending on how we decide to do things. Feel free to connect with Omotola with these links. Disha Instagram
In this episode, Sarah shared her Work From Home story from working as a Photographer, affiliate marketer, drop shipper, and blogger all the way to becoming a Podcast Host, Producer, and Manager. Her story shows how there is always a lot of options to choose from while building a work from home business and also shows why you shouldn't stop until you are doing what really makes you happy. Remember, working from home brings a whole array of freedom and you get to select what sort of freedom(s) you want to work in Listen to this really amazing story of a really good human! To learn more about Sarah, use any of the links below: Website Freebies Instagram Facebook Twitter
Health is wealth is a very correct statement and as such it's always a great idea to get more tips on how to stay healthy. Dr. Wesley Fox is a functional Medical Doctor and was able to move his practice solely online before the pandemic and has been able to serve a host of people all around the world because of his limitless accessibility. In this episode, he gives us some insight on staying healthier and some tips on improving our body function by making small adjustments to our everyday lives. Connect with Dr. Wesley Fox on the following links: Website Facebook Instagram
Welcome to the year 2021!While the previous year has its tragedy and all, I still feel positive about getting started with the new year! As such, in this episode, I offer some guidance about branding your business appropriately for the year 2021 as a freelancer.I follow my line of thought from two perspectives that I believe are integral for your business:First Perspective:Target AudienceSkillsAuthoritySecond PerspectiveWebsiteSocial MediaShow PersonalityTake a listen to have a better understanding of what I mean :)
See You in 2021

See You in 2021

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In this really short episode, I talk about how we should stay strong despite whatever 2020 has thrown at us, the importance of taking rest and how I am very excited to connect with everyone in the year 2021.
In this great episode with Derick Van Ness, there are lots of tips to hold on to including how spending more can help us save more and why we should treat our freelancing business as we would treat a regular business because it is in fact, a business. One thing though that most people will resonate with is the fact that deciding to work from home can be a great risk. Derick shared his own strategy for starting the Work from Home life. He shared his story of how he slowly build a business from home as a side hustle till when it made more sense to quit his regular job. Below are links to his free book and ways to contact Derick Free Book Website Facebook Instagram
I talk with Jeff on this post who has been helping fortune 500 company teams find their work flow through play. He helps people realize how work is so easy and can be connected to all the things that they love to do. He shares his story of how landing his dream job wasn't so satisfying as he would have expected and how that pushed him to start a Lego based learning company that easily became the best in the states. To connect with Jeff, use any of the links below: Get on a Call with Jeff Website Instagram Twitter LinkedIn Medium YouTube TikTok  
In this episode, I evaluate attitude with respect to freelancing.I discussed the three most important people to a freelancer which are oneself, the client and collaborators who can be other team members, platform support or whoever is also always in contact with the freelancer.The key takeaways are on the topic of positive mindset and responsibility.I hope you enjoy this episode and hope you can give me a 5-star rating on your preferred platform.Thanks
Zsófia considers herself a Digital Nomad because she loves traveling with her work. She helps busy professionals create work processes that ensure they can smoothly work with freelancers who will be able to easily understand their processes as well as possible. She also looks to automate tasks and hire high-quality freelancers to help make her clients' projects a reality. She touches on the factors of minimizing errors and building trust, as well as the gut feeling that comes with meeting new freelancers and clients while working from home. Zsófia has some high-quality freebies that every business will find useful. Links to her free resources and ways to reach here are all linked below Free Resources Facebook Instagram LinkedIn
In this episode, Carol Lempert, who has featured in such movies as Bless The Child as well as TV Seris, The Wonderful World of Disney brings her enchanting personality from the Movie Screens to the boardroom. She has built an intriguing career helping people understand and build better communication skills so that they can become promotable and become great team leaders. She shares her experience on how she started to use her acting and storytelling skills to help people overcome stage fright. This has been a major driving force and I can tell that it creates a big sense of fulfillment for carol when she helps anyone become better speakers, storytellers, and better performers in from of a screen especially as we are in this COVID-era. I totally enjoyed talking with Carol and I assure you that you all will also enjoy this episode. To connect with Carol, use any of the links below: Website LinkedIn Facebook Twitter
Chris talked about how he was able to kickstart a web design business as a side hustle after a broken marriage that adversely affected his income. Chris talks about how he learned web design from scratch and how he started getting clients six months in and then turning it from a side hustle to the main business. He now trains people on how to become web designers at their own pace. He gives an easy to understand explanation of how to set the right boundaries for work as well as how to maintain relationships and weigh risks when it comes to clients. Ways to Contact Chris: Website
Clare has had a lot of experience in various niches and this has definitely helped her grow so much. From being a wedding planning vendor to not only writing her first book but also self-publishing it, Clare shares her interesting work from home journey. Clare is currently holding retreats for people who would like to write and self-publish their books. She has so far helped a couple of people write their first book in just one weekend. Feel free to watch her webinar and contact her using any of the links below. Webinar Facebook Instagram
In this episode, I talked about the top tips for ensuring that you stay secure and prevent online hacks as much as possible. I talked about how to prevent hacks by ensuring that use a really solid antivirus that has a robust set of features. I also talked about using a good password manager and also some best practices for link clicking. You don't just click on any link in your email because they might contain malware or other viruses that is meant to hack your computer. You also don't download hacked software online because they can compromise the security of your computer. I gave a Black Friday tip that can make as much savings as possible during the deals that would be going around. Download my Upwork Readiness Checklist here Connect With Me on Social Media
In this Episode, Jennifer talks about how she started a Virtual Assistant business back in 2005 even when it wasn't a thing just yet.   She talked about how her passion and drive to build a successful work from home business gave her the edge that she needed to make the business successful and also shares how she was able to transition the business to providing marketing services based on all the experience she got over the years.   Jennifer is definitely a wealth of knowledge and I respect how much tips she has been able to compress into this short episode.   Feel free to connect with her using the following links: Facebook Instagram LinkedIn
In Episode 24, Laura Gariepy shares her story on how she decided to quit her 9-5 job so she can work full time from home.  Her journey took her from growing a blog to being paid in one of her first guest blog posts. She has since grown her business and shares how networking with people is at the core of her business growth. To connect with Laura, use the links below: Website Before You go Freelance Mini Coaching Session Twitter LinkedIn
In this episode, Daniel shares his experience as a Ghostwriter and gave some insight into how to grow a ghostwriting business. He talked about how he got started and how the pandemic has increased the influx of Ghostwriters as well as how clients are making more stringent rules that don't favor the Ghostwriters. Connect with him on the following platforms: Website LinkedIn Medium
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