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How do I start an online business? Grow my email list to thousands of subscribers? Sell more and grow faster? These are just some of the big questions that leading online marketing strategist, Amy Porterfield, digs into on the top-ranked Online Marketing Made Easy Podcast. In addition to mini marketing masterclasses and step-by-step guides, each episode is designed to help you take immediate action on the most important strategies for starting, scaling and automating your online business. Amy’s specialty is getting into the online trenches with you. Thinking about creating an online course? Want to promote with webinars? Need help with your Facebook ads? Discover why hundreds of thousands of online business owners turn to Amy Porterfield to generate more profits and to make sense of the online marketing space, implement the strategies that really get results, and turn that side hustle into a business that lasts.
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One of the best ways to know if anyone wants to spend time and money on your digital course is to ask them. One of the best ways to ask them is to have a course validation call with your potential customer avatar. These calls are so valuable, because they not only tell you if your course will be in demand, but they tell you exactly what needs to be in the course, the best ways to set it up, and how to market it. These calls can be intimidating and people are often reluctant to have them, but the  information gleaned is so valuable. Course validation calls are a game changer. In my The Digital Course Academy, I teach you the exact questions to ask in these calls and how to find your ideal customer avatar ICA to have the calls with. This is important, because you want to make sure you have the call with someone who really is your ICA.  Today’s show has a fun twist, instead of me telling you how to make a course call, I actually make one and let you listen in. It’s true that I already have a course, so this is somewhat of a mock call. But the rest is real. I have a real conversation with Jaime Trull about whether she would be a good candidate for the Digital Course Academy.  It’s also true that I have never met Jaime before. I do know that she has an online business where she serves female CEOs and entrepreneurs in accounting, bookkeeping, and financials. She is a certified CPA, and she is thinking about creating a digital course.  You have two goals during the call. Goal #1 is to uncover insights, fears, concerns, challenges, wants, and needs of your ICA. Goal #2 is to determine if your idea is on the right track. During the call, I actually learned some things that I wasn’t expecting. I also ended up giving Jaime a challenge, so this won’t be the last time you hear from her.  [13:52] It's good to know about the background of the person that you are interviewing. Amy asks Jaime to tell her a little bit about her business? Jaime started Balance CFO to have more balance in life. She first helped friends with accounting, now she is focusing on virtual CFO work and financial literacy. Her problem is that one-on-one business is trading dollars for time.  [17:35] Amy zeros in on the problem and asks about how many clients she needs to make the money she wants to make. They talk about scaling, frustrations, time, and revenue goals. Amy asks about Jaime's dream revenue model.  [20:37] Jamie shares that her ideal day would be having more quality time with her kids.  [21:52] Amy asks Jamie about frameworks. She does have a five step process. They also explore how Jamie could help her clients the most.  [24:45] Digital courses have been on Jamie's radar. Obstacles are time and overwhelm with available resources. They also explore course ideas and niches to target. [29:50] Amy asks about elements of courses that Jaime has taken and liked. She also asks about accountability. Jaime likes things broken down into doable steps. She also likes a community for motivation.  [32:30] Amy digs into why Jamie hasn't already bought a course about creating courses. It's a commitment issue for Jamie.  [33:23] Jaime has about 400 people on her list and a Facebook community of 1200. She built her community by going live every week and talking about things people wanted to know.  [36:23] Are there any roadblocks in a course that have or would slow Jaime down? Technology is Jaime's biggest issue, and a clear roadmap with specific options would be best.  [40:05] Where does Jamie spend the most social media time online and what is her focus? Her answer is Facebook, and she loves Rachel Hollis and the Rise groups and entrepreneurial groups.  This episode is brought to you by:  The Digital Course Academy sign up now or get on the waiting list. To find out if a digital course is right for you be sure and get The Three Behind the Scenes Secrets to Digital Course Success. Subscribe & Review in iTunes Are you subscribed to my podcast? If you’re not, I want to encourage you to do that today. I don’t want you to miss an episode. I’m adding a bunch of bonus episodes to the mix and if you’re not subscribed there’s a good chance you’ll miss out on those. Click here to subscribe in iTunes! Now if you’re feeling extra loving, I’d be really grateful if you left me a review over on iTunes, too. Those reviews help other people find my podcast and they’re also fun for me to go in an read. Just click here to review, select “Ratings and Reviews” and “Write a Review” and let me know what your favorite part of the podcast is. Thank you! Links mentioned in this episode: The Digital Course Academy The Three Behind the Scenes Secrets to Digital Course Success Skype Zoom Balance CFO Financial Literacy for Women Business Owners Facebook Group Balance CFO Jamie Trull Rachel Hollis Weight Loss for Busy Physicians
I’m so excited to share this digital course success story with you today.  Lauren Kilgore, a wreath maker extraordinaire and accidental Etsy marketing superstar, turned her part-time hobby into $35k in revenue. Unbelievable, right?! Here’s the reason I’m sharing this with you today. We are all good at something that we could teach others how to do.  For Lauren, it was selling her crafts on Etsy.  If there is something you’re good at, something that people consistently come to you asking for help with, guess what? You might just be able to create a course around it.  You don’t need to have it all figured out. Lauren is proof of that. Tune in to this special bonus episode and find out exactly how a part-time wreath making mama went from making a bit of extra cash with a fun hobby to getting 93 students into her digital course and over five figures in revenue. Ready to create your own Digital Course success story? Learn how to build, launch and grow a thriving Digital Course business without hiring a big team, the constant overwhelm or the momentum crushing question, "What the heck do I do next?" Click here to save your seat in my free masterclass, The 3 Behind-the-Scenes Secrets to Digital Course Success!  
Today I want to help you answer a very important question.  And that question is… should you create a digital course? More than likely, my answer to you will be yes.   Now I know what you’re thinking. What in the world would I create a course on? The market is saturated. There are so many people selling courses online. But I promise that no one is teaching what YOU would teach the way that YOU would teach it.  So here’s what I want you to do: Step 1: Listen to this episode and learn about the five main types of profitable digital courses. Step 2: Take my free quiz and find out which of those types is best for you (or if you should hold off on creating your course for now!). My team and I put a lot of work (and love) into creating this quiz and I hope it helps you get the clarity you need to take the next step forward.  Already took the quiz and want to learn more about each course type? Here are the highlights: [08:59] The Workshop Course. This is a two hourish training that promises instant clarity and results.  [15:43] A Starter Course. A jumping-off point to get your students started in your area of expertise.  [19:41] The Spotlight Course. Dives deep into one main area, you’ll help your students produce very specific results in just one area.  [22:36] A Signature Course. A complete comprehensive system, the Mack Daddy of all courses. It’s specific and detailed and includes your entire framework from start to finish. [29:03] The Certification Course. This is as in-depth as it gets. You are teaching others your methodology and process in such a detailed way that they’ll be able to teach it to others.  Take the Quiz Now!
This year, I promised to let you my listener’s in more. I promised to be more vulnerable.  So today, I’m shaking things up a bit. I'm going to do another “week in the life,” where I'm going to take you on a journey with me throughout my entire next week.  I'm going to share with you what I'm working on, what I'm focused on right now, and a lot of behind the scenes, action items, and thoughts, and anything that happens, basically, I'm going to share with you. I know it’s fun to see how other entrepreneurs navigate their week. I’m always curious about routines and how other people set up their day. We all want success and to be productive, and it’s fun to see what other people are working on, and how they choose to set up their day.  So I thought you might be curious to know how I set up my day and what I focus on and how I navigate through many, many, many action items. But also, I'm going to share some thoughts and feelings along the way that come up throughout the week. I hope you enjoy this honest behind the scenes look at my week.  [02:07] Sunday evening weekly preview using the Full Focus Planner. This is about what the upcoming week will look like and what did and didn't work from the previous week. Be intentional about how you structure your day.  [06:25] I put down the big three things I want to get done in the upcoming week. Complete the pre launch runway, finish podcast batch 18, and review Digital Course Academy quiz, so it can go live.  [07:32] Monday morning check-in. Morning walk with Scout and fiction audiobook. I also prepared for my FB Live session tomorrow. Phone call with team member. Recorded podcast adds. Hobie's love language is quality time, so I have coffee with him from 8:30 to 9:00. [13:33] Now I'm going to work on the quiz and then a team kick-off call. This is a one hour call with the entire team about what it looks like to launch digital course academy. Theme: We are master troubleshooter.  [17:08] Meeting about my live event Entrepreneur Experience. Lunch and then a leadership level 10 meeting. We follow the EOS or Entrepreneur Operating System. I meet with my directors Chloe, Jen, Sylvia, and Jess, then they have level 10 meetings with their teams. Document review and studio proposal and June financials. [24:20] Monday night check-in. Wins awesome meetings. Quit putting stuff off, because it might take less time than you thought, and it clears your head.  [30:36] Tuesday. Wake up around 5:00 am and working by 6:00. I do video on Tuesdays. Instagram story about launch. Facebook Live as part of DCA prelaunch. I also have a DCA affiliate Facebook Live. I don't workout on video day. I do get a blow out.  [37:53] Tuesday night check-in. Dinner date with Mom. Relationships that matter most need the time, no excuses. [41:38] Wednesday is podcast batching day. I'm doing 3 podcasts today, and some interviews as I grow my team. I also share my hiring process and the book bundle that I send to new hires. [55:07] Wednesday evening. The Peloton Tread came today. There are so many cool workouts. Interesting energy in interviews. We are hiring a dream team.  [01:06:26] Thursday morning. Reviewing the quiz email sequence. Taking Scout for a walk. Workout on Tread. Podcast interview. Momentum meeting. Second batch of three podcasts. I'm going to end the day with acupuncture.  [01:10:41] Thursday evening. I'm back from acupuncture. The Peloton Tread was amazing. When I make mistakes that create stress, I know it's time to fix the system.  [01:15:44] Friday morning. Call at 7:00 am with weight-loss coach. Today, I'm recording the outcome videos for the DCA quiz. Then I fly to Portland, Oregon. [01:20:25] Friday evening. I'm in Portland at The Hoxton. I'm here working on my online event presentations with my friend Mike Pacchione. [01:25:50] Saturday morning. Meet with Mike to work on presentation content. Going shopping for golf clothes for Hobie. [01:30:14] Saturday night, and I'm at the airport. I had a full day, and I'm looking forward to getting home. I hope you enjoyed the week with me.  Subscribe & Review in iTunes Are you subscribed to my podcast? If you’re not, I want to encourage you to do that today. I don’t want you to miss an episode. I’m adding a bunch of bonus episodes to the mix and if you’re not subscribed there’s a good chance you’ll miss out on those. Click here to subscribe in iTunes! Now if you’re feeling extra loving, I’d be really grateful if you left me a review over on iTunes, too. Those reviews help other people find my podcast and they’re also fun for me to go in and read. Just click here to review, select “Ratings and Reviews” and “Write a Review” and let me know what your favorite part of the podcast is. Thank you! Links mentioned in this episode: Full Focus Planner Amy Porterfield on Instagram Asana Slack Digital Course Academy Where the Crawdads Sing Rocket Fuel Traction The Entrepreneur Experience Model Meals Peloton Tread James Wedmore The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel  Powerful: Building a Culture of Freedom and Responsibility What the Heck is EOS Free to Focus Building a StoryBrand Radical Candor The Ideal Team Player: How to Recognize and Cultivate The Three Essential Virtues Overcoming the Five Dysfunctions of a Team: A Field Guide for Leaders, Managers, and Facilitators Do the Work Ask. Positioning  DotCom Secrets: The Underground Playbook for Growing Your Company Online Kolbe RightFit™ How to Do a “Course Call” to Validate Your Digital Course Idea with Jamie Trull  Corinne Crabtree The Life Coach School The Hoxton Mike Pacchione
Would you believe me if I told you that one of my star students generated well over 6 figures on her very first launch? Would you believe me if I also told you that student was an elementary school teacher? How about a mother of five?  Well, friend, I’m here to tell you that Jamie Sears did just that. It all started when Jamie’s hubby listened to a podcast episode about courses and nudged his wife to have a go at creating one.  Jamie resisted at first. At that point, she didn’t even have a solid course idea. What really lights me up about this story is that Jamie didn’t let uncertainty or lack of clarity stop her from taking action. She saw the possibilities a course would offer and she moved forward one step at a time.  Tune and and learn all about… [05:16] The grassroots origins of how Jamie created online resources for her students, and other teachers started asking her for help [07:02] There were so many questions that Jamie felt like she should make a course about writing. Her husband recommended that she join the Digital Course Academy.  [09:38] Jamie went where her students hung out, listened to their questions, and did Facebook Lives when her audience was still small. She kept showing up.  [13:30] Jamie not only got huge results in Digital Course Academy, but she followed the framework and made it her own as she progressed. [15:20] Jamie’s wall of post-its and what her kids helped her see about her course [17:58] How Jamie grew her list by 7000 new subscribers during her launch (without spending a ton on ads) [24:39] Jamie’s mind-blowing pricing and results [27:15] How Jamie got testimonials before her launch was even through [51:01] Don't try to do what everyone else does just go to where your people are already at. 
Marie Forleo has been an inspiration, a friend, and a mentor to me ever since I left corporate and started into the world of online business. When it comes to business she's seen it all, from humble beginnings offering life coaching for free to being on stage with Oprah (yes, that Oprah). Needless to say, she has accomplished a lot. Marie feels strongly (and I agree!) that we need more brilliant, creative humans to believe in themselves so that they can go out and make a difference in the world. That was the inspiration that pushed her to write her brand new book, Everything Is Figureoutable. I recently sat down with Marie to talk about the book and I picked out topics that I thought would be especially helpful for you to hear. Marie held nothing back and shared some gems that I know you're going to love. This episode will have you feeling like everything really is figureoutable. Here’s a sneak peek of what we covered: How Marie finally decided to write her book (and why she waited, even after being courted by publishers) Listening to that little voice in your head (Marie tells how her mom was the first to teach her about this inner guidance system!) Marie's quick test to determine whether you're acting out of fear or intuition How your beliefs are shaping you (a great model that I've been following for the last year, but Marie takes it even deeper) Calling out your excuses (she explains how a slight change in semantics can be a game-changer in your life and business) What to do when fear creeps in (and you know it will!)  Getting clarity on what you actually want (believe it or not, most people are not crystal clear on what they want to create, but there IS a way to get clear) Avoiding the pitfalls of perfectionism (learn about the severity of the destructiveness of perfectionism)   You’ve gotta get your hands on Marie’s book, Everything is Figureoutable. Pre-order it now and get the 5-day coaching experience that Marie's offering to all pre-orderers.  
Mistakes are a part of life, but in my book the fewer things you have to learn the hard way, the better. When it comes to sharing my blunders while building an online business, I’m an open book. This is the stuff that I WISH someone would’ve shared with me when I was just getting started.  There are a lot of mistakes that I’ve made that I’m grateful for. Mistakes that helped me learn pivotal lessons that I wouldn’t trade for the world. But lately, I’ve been reflecting on some of the big decisions that I’m making now that I wish I would have made sooner.  Wanna know the 3 decisions I wish I’d made sooner in my business? I’m digging into the details on this week’s podcast episode… here are the highlights: [02:15] The first decision that I waited to make until I was making good money was to hire someone to help me manage it. Plus, I’ll tell you how Hobie and I picked an advisor to help us. [07:00] I waited way too long to grow my team to match the big vision I have.  [13:45] Think about accountability and organizing how your team moves towards your goals. [15:32] I share how I had a false belief that I needed to make tons of money before I set clear boundaries or rituals in my life that would allow me to take off. Boundaries protect yourself, your sanity, and your mindset. Subscribe & Review in iTunes Are you subscribed to my podcast? If you’re not, I want to encourage you to do that today. I don’t want you to miss an episode. I’m adding a bunch of bonus episodes to the mix and if you’re not subscribed there’s a good chance you’ll miss out on those. Click here to subscribe in iTunes! Now if you’re feeling extra loving, I would be really grateful if you left me a review over on iTunes, too. Those reviews help other people find my podcast and they’re also fun for me to go in and read. Just click here to review, select “Ratings and Reviews” and “Write a Review” and let me know what your favorite part of the podcast is. Thank you!
I’ll never forget my first webinar. But not for the reasons you might be thinking. There I was, confident and ready to rock it, when suddenly the objections started pouring in. I felt defeated and disappointed. I want to save you the pain I experienced on that webinar with today’s episode. Believe it or not, it’s absolutely not necessary to let objections get the better of you. They’re not scary when you know how to handle them.When you know what’s holding people back from saying heck yes to your offer, you can address their hesitation head on. You don’t have to tiptoe around it — instead, you can have a conversation. Here’s a sneak peek at what you’ll learn from this episode:  [05:11] The best place to address objections (hint: it’s not necessarily on your webinar or sales page) [07:32] What to do on the front end of your offer so that common objections never even make an appearance. [11:20] The truth about money objections  [17:11] The key differences between features and benefits [19:09] How to find “tiger” time. [26:35] Marie Forleo’s “I have to talk to my spouse or business partner” script. [29:35] How to get to the root mindset of "I'm not good at xyz."  Subscribe & Review in iTunes Are you subscribed to my podcast? If you’re not, I want to encourage you to do that today. I don’t want you to miss an episode. I’m adding a bunch of bonus episodes to the mix and if you’re not subscribed there’s a good chance you’ll miss out on those. Click here to subscribe in iTunes! Now if you’re feeling extra loving, I’d be really grateful if you left me a review over on iTunes, too. Those reviews help other people find my podcast and they’re also fun for me to go in and read. Just click here to review, select “Ratings and Reviews” and “Write a Review” and let me know what your favorite part of the podcast is. Thank you! Links mentioned in this episode: Course Creation Starter Kit Digital Course Academy Waiting List Brian Tracy #235: How To Identify Your Ideal Customer Avatar
Research shows that only 1 in 5 people who purchase online courses complete them. As a course creator, that stat keeps me up at night and more importantly, compels me to take action. Over the years, I’ve become obsessed with finding ways to beat those odds. And I’m sure if you’re reading this, you want every single person who buys your course to cross that finish line as well. If you want amazing case studies and testimonials (the best marketing fuel there is), you’ve gotta do everything in your power to not just create the best course you can — but to ensure you’re helping your students get the results they signed up for.  Now if you’re freaking out reading that, don’t panic. I’ve done a lot of the legwork for you and I’m sharing everything I’ve got today to help you get your students from point A to point B. Haven’t created your course yet? Even better! Thinking about these strategies before you develop your course puts you ahead of the curve. So grab your notebook and sharpen your pencil. Even if you implement just 2 or 3 of these ideas it will make such a difference for your students’ success. [10:30] Emails aren’t just for marketing… a solid onboarding email sequence sets the pace and gives clear steps about what to do next. Email weekly with each module and think about where they are in the process. These emails can meet your students right where they are and get them all the way through to that finish line. [16:28] Set clear expectations. Let people know how long it takes to actually implement the concepts. Ask what your students need to know. [20:58] Accountability. You can pair people in your group together to be accountability partners.  [23:49] Create a weekly challenge. Pick an existing area to highlight, don't add more content (aka work). [25:52] Gamification or give awards for completing the challenges. Encourage good behavior and let people know you recognize them.  [28:48] Allow and encourage your students to put their work in Facebook for feedback. Choose a day, once a week, so people can post and ask for feedback.  [31:40] Course structure. Structure your course in a way that isn't overwhelming. Use short videos and frameworks that illustrate what you're teaching.  [35:07] Real time check-ins. Jump on Facebook live or use other resources and give clarity about those places where people are getting stuck.  [37:46] Have weekly Q and A's. As a course creator, you get to decide the length and frequency of your Q and A's.  [39:46] Manage the mindset of your students. Great content isn't enough. Your student's mindset, roadblocks, fears, and negativity need to be addressed.  [43:29] Bonus Strategy - create a bonus that helps students recoup the cost of the course or gets them organized or helps them find the right mindset.  Here are the basics of our accountability cheat sheet: Meet once a week, same time, same place, online using something like Zoom. Outline three action items you can commit to doing over the next week. Check in on whether or not you did what you said you would do the previous week.  If not, what were the challenges? What’s your game plan to overcome these challenges next week? What do you commit to accomplishing for the next week? This episode is brought to you by Gravy. If you have a subscription-model business or offer payment plans, like I do for my online courses, Gravy can really cut down on frustration and lost income. After I started working with Gravy I stopped worrying about payment plans. They contact your customers within hours of their failed payments, and they capture updated billing information and save the customer. Our failed-payment recovery rate increased from 33 percent, when we were trying to do it internally, to over 80 percent, collecting on failed payments. That's a whole lot of saved payments. So if your revenue is currently at $250,000 or more, and you know you're losing money due to failed payment plans each month, I want to encourage you to check out Gravy. The cool thing is Gravy is waiving the setup fee for all of my listeners.  Subscribe & Review in iTunes Are you subscribed to my podcast? If you’re not, I want to encourage you to do that today. I don’t want you to miss an episode. I’m adding a bunch of bonus episodes to the mix and if you’re not subscribed there’s a good chance you’ll miss out on those. Click here to subscribe in iTunes! Now if you’re feeling extra loving, I’d be really grateful if you left me a review over on iTunes, too. Those reviews help other people find my podcast and they’re also fun for me to go in an read. Just click here to review, select “Ratings and Reviews” and “Write a Review” and let me know what your favorite part of the podcast is. Thank you! Links mentioned in this episode: #182: How to Mega-Batch Your Content Stu McLaren Melinda Cohan Rachel Cruze Gravy Course Creation Starter Kit
On this week’s podcast episode we’re digging into 3 powerful (and surprisingly simple) FB ad strategies designed to fuel your pre-launch fire.   The pre-launch phase is that crucial 60-90 day period leading UP to your launch that can make a world of difference when it comes to increasing your reach and revenue. If you play your cards right, you’ll find out that launching doesn’t have to be hard, stressful, or time-consuming. I’m joined by the Regis to my Kathy Lee —  my dear friend and our resident FB and IG ads expert, the one and only Rick Mulready.  Rick’s been on the podcast before, but today he’s sharing his favorite paid traffic pre-launch tips, including:  How to use FB ads even when you’re on a tight budget and why you SHOULDN’T hire out your ads right away. The power of crafting content around objections and how to do it. The strategy that ensures by the time you open the doors to your webinar, your people are READY to learn from you and hear your offer. And so much more. Make sure you have your notebook ready! [08:32] What exactly IS the pre-launch period and why it’s so important [12:22] Using video to create value and overcome objections and how best to optimize your ads  [21:30] You can also use video to test target audiences. Right now the more fun and sometimes the sillier or less polished the videos are the better they do. Just make sure to have good sound and lighting.  [25:16] Create a lead magnet that aligns with the launch, provides a quick win, and adds value. This builds trust and rapport.  [28:13] Try for a 90-day or at least 60-day pre-launch where you are building a list of your target audience. Run ads and get people to sign up for your lead magnet before your webinar registration. You can also create a look-alike list of your target audience to run your ad to.  [30:33] Why and when to use pop-up Facebook groups to create engagement and attract an audience for your launch.   [38:02] How running ads consistently throughout the year will save on your launch costs  [40:11] Bonus strategy: Running a quiz with ads. This gives people a quick win and it's great for segmenting people to attract your ideal audience. Have a well written quiz with a really good ad strategy to go with it.  This episode is officially sponsored by Rick's program Foundations, which is about getting started with Facebook ads and Instagram ads. It's a really great program. He teaches how to create ad campaigns in both Facebook and Instagram that will build traction and get your launch or list or group off the ground.   Subscribe & Review in iTunes Are you subscribed to my podcast? If you’re not, I want to encourage you to do that today. I don’t want you to miss an episode. I’m adding a bunch of bonus episodes to the mix and if you’re not subscribed there’s a good chance you’ll miss out on those. Click here to subscribe in iTunes! Now if you’re feeling extra loving, I’d be really grateful if you left me a review over on iTunes, too. Those reviews help other people find my podcast and they’re also fun for me to go in an read. Just click here to review, select “Ratings and Reviews” and “Write a Review” and let me know what your favorite part of the podcast is. Thank you! Links mentioned in this episode: Rick Mulready The Art of Paid Traffic Podcast #168: How to Use Quizzes + Facebook Ads to Get Quality Leads With Chanti Zakariasen Rick Mulready on Facebook Rick Mulready on Instagram @rickmulready on Twitter Foundations Free Master Class
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Dustin Traugott

love this podcast!

May 29th
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Don Campbell

xoxo

Apr 30th
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Angélica Olalde

Could you write down the tools you talked about?

Apr 25th
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Deb Schumacher

Fantastic episode.

Apr 16th
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Melissa Noakes

March 21 episode won't play - says source not available:(

Mar 27th
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sreemukhi kasinadhuni

Thank you so much Amy, everything you talk about is valuable for business development

Mar 25th
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Jordan Murray

lost me as a sub. Why direct your content that is good for both females AND males but only direct it towards women. This is common for female entrapanurs compared to male. Very limiting marketing strategy. ✌

Mar 14th
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Cristian Concha

truly encouraging. thanks a lot.

Feb 8th
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Elizabeth Collins

listening again immediately.

Jan 6th
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Violeta Marinova

Hi Amy, I am a newbie to you tribe, and I am so glad I've found you, you give tons of valuable advice and information to solopreneurs like myself. I'll try to be as brief as possible. My question is about personal fears and shame. I am ashamed of my thick eastern European accent, and even I think and dream in English, and I think people understand me 90%of the time, this is a fear I can hardly overcome. My new year resolution is to take an accent reduction classes, even it's going to take a lot of practice and repetition due to my age. I am a strong believer that if you have the desire to make something happen, you can do it, it's in our power. And I know it from our personal experience, coming to this country 20 yrs ago with no English, 2 small children and a green card, and start living the American dream in only 3 short years, what a burning desire and dedication can do for you! Let's get to the point, I am trying to convert my 15+ yrs service business online, and getting ready to launch my first program promo. Most of my funnels, sales pages, email sequence, etc. are ready but I have hard time to convince myself that talking in a front of camera will be a good idea. First, because I catch people's shock when I open my mouth for the first time, and second because I don't like my accent, and think people won't take me seriously. My question is and I really hope you'll be able to answer and give me you honest opinion: Do you think I am reasonable or it's my own excuse? Should I approach only audience that speak my mother tongue language ( not many people), or should I promote my program using only print media? Thank you so much for what you doing, and I'll see you on your Live Webinar. Warmest Regards, Violeta

Jan 3rd
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Deb Schumacher

Great episode!

Dec 20th
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haley bradley

I AM GO GRATEFUL FOR THIS PODCAST. This epesoide his me HARD and has me amped up! Sending this to ALL of my friends !!!

Dec 11th
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Meryl Fernandes

Absolutely loved this episode that I had to come back this week to listen to it again. There were many fantastic takeaways but my favourite was, "Conversational is the new Professional"...such an aha moment for me as I have previously listened to those that suggested the opposite. And, it was validating to hear Laura confirm my casual style was more natural...I love your podcasts Amy and listen to them on my daily commute and apply one thing immediately. After listening to this episode, I will be reviewing my personal blog on insta and applying POV (Point of View) from the 5 P's...

Dec 10th
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Lanell Mantey

best podcast ever!

Nov 29th
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Don Campbell

Lanell Mantey mdy

May 1st
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Kat Simpson

This guest's comments about budgeting sounds like Dave Ramsey.

Oct 16th
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Ian Stanley-Maddocks

Awesome. Love the way Rick shifted his thought processes to grow his business and revenue.

Sep 25th
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Cyberdeth

This is a great podcast. As an solo entrepreneur I find value through learning how to market my products and services. Awesome. Keep up the good work Amy.

Sep 23rd
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Clive

P.S lol. Oh Amy, I'm always listening to your casts as I walk into town or to work. As always, this is quality content. Love it.

Sep 20th
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Clive

Thank you Amy. As I write, I want you to know, that I AM LISTENING. I love you and what you're doing. Simple, actionable and you give me so much that I want to give you back something. If ever you came to the UK, HI from the UK by the way, you'd be so very welcome and I'd love to be the first to interview YOU. It would frighten the shit out of me , but I'd love to get into a constructive but really cool info packed conversation with you. Though girl, I think you're doing that very well all by yourself right now.. Love you Amy Thanks for being so inspiring.

Sep 15th
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Clive

what's 'swipe up '? I don't understand all this geekonography .

Jul 14th
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