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In this week’s episode, I got to talk with Adriana Keefe, a Life and Manifestation coach who helps high achieving women create life balance without sacrificing their goals. She is a mom of 3, wife, lover of wine, swear words, and "New Girl", and works with women in multiple capacities - from workshops and speaking to personal 1:1 coaching. She is also the host of the Women Who Want More podcast.   We got to dive into her business journey and how she found herself life coaching after pivoting careers multiple times. If you’ve been feeling stuck in your business or even in your personal life, this conversation is for you. Adriana shares so much of her journey and along with really practical advice for business owners to find more fulfillment in their work and their personal lives. Listen in to hear how rewiring your thought process can have a huge impact on your business growth and personal development. I am so inspired by her journey and I know that you will be too.    In this episode you will hear: -Her journey from the veterinary field, to real estate, to life coaching -The value of decluttering your life and how she’s sharing this with her clients -Why understanding what makes you light up it critical for feeling fulfilled in your work life -How mindfulness practices have launched her into her new business -The power of rewiring your thought process to a growth mindset that propels your business -How Human Design is crucial to understanding how you work and avoiding burnout We’d love to hear from you. Comment on this week’s episode’s Instagram post with how Adriana’s story has inspired you and be sure to share with a friend that needs some fresh inspo too! If you have any other tips or ideas leave a comment under the post for this episode on our Instagram page @quotablemediaco or shoot me a DM. You can also connect with us at our Quotable Magazine Instagram account @quotablemagazine   For any show ideas, to submit a guest to the podcast, or if you have any questions, please visit https://quotablemediaco.com/podcast.  Did you love this week’s episode?  Leave us a review! Connect with Adriana: Web: https://adrianakeefe.com Instagram: @adrikeefe Podcast: Women Who Want More   Join the PR Bootcamp waitlist and get $100 off when the program begins October 3rd!  
Are your pitches just sitting in your drafts waiting for you to press send? I’ve been there too, like so many of us have, and I want to help your pitches move from the drafts folder to sent! Sending out a new pitch can be nerve wracking, especially if you’re not feeling 100% confident. I find that people often get through what they think of as the hard part– coming up with ideas, building their media list, finding the media contact info, drafting a pitch, and then the minute they feel they should send the email there’s something that kind of holds them back or they get a little anxious about actually pressing send, without even really knowing why.  Usually feeling anxious about doing something like this comes from not feeling totally 100% sure about it- either that you’re doing it right or that it will come across right. So here are a couple of things that will make you more confident in feeling ready to actually press send, and even better, to feel excited for what will come from your pitch!   In this episode you will hear: -Ways to connect with the media that will help your pitch stand out -Why investing in your branding matters for pitching media -Tips on how to clarify your ask -What it means to stand by your pitch -How to prepare for follow up questions I would love to hear how this helped you! Comment on this episode’s Instagram post and share who you’re going to pitch next. If you have any other tips or ideas leave a comment under the post for this episode on our Instagram page @quotablemediaco or shoot me a DM. You can also connect with us at our Quotable Magazine Instagram account @quotablemagazine   For any show ideas, to submit a guest to the podcast, or if you have any questions, please visit https://quotablemediaco.com/podcast. Check out this article in Quotable Magazine on How to Craft Better Subject Lines Join the PR Bootcamp waitlist and get $100 off when the program begins October 3rd!
This week I am so excited to be chatting with Rachael Meyers, founder of The Collective Co, a coworking space for Boston women to work, gather, collaborate and feel a greater sense of self-worth.  Rachael grew up on the Massachusetts South Shore and after a ten year hiatus living and working in NYC, she and her husband decided to move back to raise their family. As a mother working from home she quickly realized how important it was to have a space dedicated to connection and creation, free from the distractions that home can bring with it. As she spoke with peers, friends and family she realized that she wasn't alone in this need and set out to create The Collective Co.  Rachael and many other moms like her needed a space and community to nurture “all of the little identities” in their lives, outside of motherhood. So she started building out her business plan prior to the pandemic and was set to sign a lease on her new space the week before the world shut down. Listen in to hear how she used her background in marketing to begin building her business and community even without a physical space.  In this episode you will hear: -How she launched a new business in the middle of the pandemic -The nitty gritty details of finding and opening a brick and mortar space -How she used the power of branding to build the business before having a physical space -The importance of finding your niche & community to driving business forward -How sharing what you have actually brings value- instead of takes away We’d love to hear from you. Comment on this week’s episode’s Instagram post with how Rachael’s story has inspired you. If you have any other tips or ideas leave a comment under the post for this episode on our Instagram page @quotablemediaco or shoot me a DM. You can also connect with us at our Quotable Magazine Instagram account @quotablemagazine   For any show ideas, to submit a guest to the podcast, or if you have any questions, please visit https://quotablemediaco.com/podcast.  Did you love this week’s episode?  Leave us a review! Connect with Rachael: Web: www.theccsouthshore.com   Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/theccsouthshore  Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/theccsouthshore  Podcast: https://www.theccsouthshore.com/thecc-podcast   Listen to Alessandra on the Collective Co. Podcast here.   Try Thinkific and turn your expertise into revenue, no technical experience required. Please note, this is an affiliate link which means that if you try the service using my link, I'll receive a small commission. This helps support the podcast and allows me to continue to make free content. I only recommend products and services that I use and love.
Are you ready to pitch your brand for media coverage, but not sure where to send that first pitch? On this week’s episode, I’m diving into what to look for before you pitch a publication. Questions about this topic have been coming up a lot in the PR Bootcamp which will be opening again this fall, so I wanted to share some tips with my Quotable Podcast audience as well. If you’ve been thinking about doing your own PR, then these tips will be really helpful for you.    So many people are hesitant to start pitching because they don’t feel confident either in their story or in where they are pitching. I want to help you feel more confident and avoid the heartache that comes from pitching the wrong publications. The best place to start is learning to ask the right questions before you pitch so that when the time comes to pitch, you’re pitching the perfect publication for your story, and that means seeing good results. I want to help you find the right fit for your story- so listen in to hear exactly how to do that: be tailored and specific so you actually get good results.   “Tailor your pitch to what they already do or find a different outlet.”   In this episode you will hear:   -The right questions to ask yourself before pitching your story -The different styles of articles and why they matter -How to determine if a publication is the right fit for your story -Why a publications’ publishing schedule is important for your pitch -How to determine if you’re pitching the right writer for your story I would love to hear how this helped you! Comment on this episode’s Instagram post and share who you’re going to pitch next. If you have any other tips or ideas leave a comment under the post for this episode on our Instagram page @quotablemediaco or shoot me a DM. You can also connect with us at our Quotable Magazine Instagram account @quotablemagazine   For any show ideas, to submit a guest to the podcast, or if you have any questions, please visit https://quotablemediaco.com/podcast.   Join me for the free Virtual Pitch Party this Friday, and learn how to write a pitch and who to send it to. You’ll also get to practice writing that first pitch!
In this week’s episode, I got to talk with Renee Perkins, CEO and Founder of Nantucket Island Marketing (NIM). NIM is an east coast digital marketing agency that provides growth-driven marketing solutions which connect small businesses with their target customers that was founded in 2020, right after the pandemic hit. We got to chat about what inspired her to launch her business and hear how she has built a successful marketing agency from the ground up, straight out of college. When the world shut down in the middle of her post graduate job hunting and with hiring at a stand still she took matters into her own hands. Renee’s parents are also entrepreneurs so the idea of starting her own business was not completely out of left field. With a degree in marketing, and being raised on Nantucket Island, Renee started going door to door to offer her marketing services. It was then that Nantucket Island Marketing was born. Listen in to hear Renee’s unique business launch story, what decisions have made the difference in her success and how she stays motivated through it all. “I want this to be a we thing and not just a me thing,” she shared on staying motivated. Renee started building her team in the first few weeks of launching her business and credits her success to having a solid support system early on. In this episode you will hear: -How the pandemic propelled her to launch her marketing agency straight out of college -Why she started building a team early and which hires she made first -How she scaled her business operations -Where she invests her own marketing dollars -Her tips for a seasonal business marketing strategy  -Why outsourcing can actually bring in more revenue    We’d love to hear from you. Comment on this week’s episode’s Instagram post with how Renee’s story has inspired you and be sure to share with a friend that needs some fresh inspo too! If you have any other tips or ideas leave a comment under the post for this episode on our Instagram page @quotablemediaco or shoot me a DM. You can also connect with us at our Quotable Magazine Instagram account @quotablemagazine   For any show ideas, to submit a guest to the podcast, or if you have any questions, please visit https://quotablemediaco.com/podcast.  Did you love this week’s episode?  Leave us a review! Connect with Renee and Nantucket Island Marketing: Email: info@nantucketislandmarketing.com  Web: https://www.nantucketislandmarketing.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/nantucketislandmarketing/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/nantucketislandmarketing  Try Thinkific and turn your expertise into revenue, no technical experience required.   Please note, this is an affiliate link which means that if you try the service using my link, I'll receive a small commission. This helps support the podcast and allows me to continue to make free content. I only recommend products and services that I use and love.
On this week’s episode I have the chance to talk to Sammy Handler, the Artist and Founder of Kicks by Sammy. We get to hear about how she turned her sneaker-painting side hustle in college, into a thriving, boot-strapped, custom accessories business. Tune in to hear how she went from an emerging artist and college student to a successful entrepreneur and CEO.   In this episode you will hear:   -How one social post grew into a full time business  -How customer feedback helped her pivot into her most successful market yet -Why collaborations are important for business growth -How networking with entrepreneurs has impacted her personal growth  -Why grit has made all the difference for her business  We’d love to hear from you. Comment on this week’s episode’s Instagram post with how Sammy’s story has inspired you and be sure to share with a friend that needs some fresh inspo too! If you have any other tips or ideas leave a comment under the post for this episode on our Instagram page @quotablemediaco or shoot me a DM. You can also connect with us at our Quotable Magazine Instagram account @quotablemagazine   For any show ideas, to submit a guest to the podcast, or if you have any questions, please visit https://quotablemediaco.com/podcast.  Did you love this week’s episode?  Leave us a review!   Connect with Kicks by Sammy:   Web: www.kicksbysammy.com Instagram: @kicksbysammyllc Facebook: @kicksbysammy 
Are you ready to pitch your story for media coverage but unsure who exactly to reach out to? You’re not alone. I’ve been getting this question a lot lately in our PR Bootcamp, so I wanted to take some time to share some tried and true tips to help you know exactly who to pitch and why so that your story is able to be heard. -The 3 main types of people you may need to reach at a publication -How to decide which person is right for your pitch -When to expect a fast response and when to be patient -What clues to look for when pitching a freelance writer -Tips on how to frame and clarify your pitch -Where to pitch a contributed article I would love to hear how this helped you! Comment on this episode’s Instagram post and share who you’re going to pitch next. If you have any other tips or ideas leave a comment under the post for this episode on our Instagram page @quotablemediaco or shoot me a DM. You can also connect with us at our Quotable Magazine Instagram account @quotablemagazine   For any show ideas, to submit a guest to the podcast, or if you have any questions, please visit https://quotablemediaco.com/podcast. Get Gusto Payroll and simplify your business’ payroll operations.
In this week’s episode we hear from Melissa Boloña, Founder and CEO of Beauty and the Broth, a shelf stable, subscription based bone and vegetable broth business.  Melissa is former a model and actress, that has graced magazine covers, worked with the world’s best makeup artists, and sampled every top beauty product out there, yet she still credits bone broth as her #1 beauty secret. After falling in love with broth and wishing there were more local spots to grab a mug of it, Melissa knew this was the business she had always wanted to create. Listen in to hear why she fell in love with bone broth and how she launched Beauty and the Broth, the first of its kind in the bone broth world.   In this episode you will hear:   -How and Why Melissa launched Beauty and the Broth -The incredible benefits of bone broth on your beauty and wellness -Why you should consider replacing your coffee or tea with bone broth -Melissa’s sales & marketing strategy for her startup business -Why the sales funnel matters -How branding has impacted sales -Melissa’s recipe for happiness as an entrepreneur  -Melissa’s key to building lifetime customers We’d love to hear from you. Comment on this week’s episode’s Instagram post with one thing you learned about bone broth and be sure to share with a friend that needs the goodness of bone broth too! If you have any other tips or ideas leave a comment under the post for this episode on our Instagram page @quotablemediaco or shoot me a DM. You can also connect with us at our Quotable Magazine Instagram account @quotablemagazine For any show ideas, to submit a guest to the podcast, or if you have any questions, please visit https://quotablemediaco.com/podcast.  Did you love this week’s episode?  Leave us a review! Connect with Melissa: Web: thebeautyandthebroth.com Instagram: @thebeautyandthebroth , @melissabolona Facebook: @beautyandthebroth Sign up for our Ultimate PR Bootcamp here!
Have you ever run your own online course or participated in a group program? There are pluses to both formats of online learning, and I personally have loved both in different instances. In this week’s episode I am diving into the behind the scenes of why I redesigned our previously self-paced DIY PR course into a new, more hands-on group program, and how that has brought better results for not only course enrollment, but also for those participating in the group program. In this episode you will hear: -The journey of starting the first online course to now- the relaunch  -Why accountability is so important for results -How community drives growth -The logistics of how I’m running a group course -Ways I’m using feedback from course members to expand the program -Things we learned from the beta group and are adjusting moving forward    Join the waitlist for the DIY PR Bootcamp and receive $100 off the online course and be one of the first to be notified when registration goes live. If you have any thoughts or questions, leave a comment under the post for this episode on our Instagram page @quotablemediaco, or shoot me a DM. You can also find more content from these episodes and Quotable Magazine articles at @quotablemagazine.    For any show ideas, to submit a guest to the podcast, or if you have any questions, please visit https://quotablemediaco.com/podcast or email me at alessandra@quotablemediaco.com.  Get Gusto Payroll and simplify your business’ payroll operations.
In this episode we hear from Amy Welsman, Founder and CEO of PAUME, a luxury skincare brand for hands, featuring products including an Antibacterial Gel, Exfoliating Hand Cleanser, and Probiotic Hand Balm. PAUME is Certified plastic neutra, vegan, and cruelty free, and has been seen on celeb Instagram accounts, like Adele. Amy takes an innovative approach with PAUME to really elevate the hand hygiene experience with products that feel good and look good– and she came up with this idea and started the company before Covid hit. Talk about the right product at the right time. Listen in to hear how she created a unique hand care line that’s more aligned with the clean beauty and self-care realm than you ever thought a sanitizer could be, with no previous experience in the industry.     In this episode you will hear: -How she went from right hand woman, to Founder and CEO -Why motherhood inspired her to launch a hand care line -Ways she secured investors -How she decided to make her first hire -How she used (beautiful!) branding and marketing to bring her vision to life -Why she chose to do a combination of wholesale and DTC for her products   Connect with PAUME: Website: https://mypaume.com Instagram: @mypaume   If you have any other tips or ideas or want to connect, leave a comment under the post for this episode on our Instagram page @quotablemediaco. For any show ideas, to submit a guest to the podcast, or if you have any questions, please visit https://quotablemediaco.com/podcast.   Learn more about the PR Bootcamp, starting on May 2, HERE.
This week I am diving into some of my favorite podcast pitches that I’ve received recently, what made them stand out, and what you can learn from them. As a PR agency owner and the host of the Quotable Podcast, I not only send pitches for clients, but receive podcast pitches regularly. I wanted to share a little about being on the receiving end of a pitch and how that can impact the way you send your pitches, and achieve the positive responses you’re looking for. In this episode you will hear:   -Ways to make your pitches stand out -How to clarify your pitch -Why writing a review matters -Ways to build a relationship in your pitch -Which marketing materials help you stand out    I would love to hear how this helped you! Comment on this episode’s Instagram post and share how you’re going to make your next pitch stand out. If you have any other tips or ideas leave a comment under the post for this episode on our Instagram page @quotablemediaco or shoot me a DM. You can also connect with us at our new Quotable Magazine Instagram account @quotablemagazine   For any show ideas, to submit a guest to the podcast, or if you have any questions, please visit https://quotablemediaco.com/podcast. Register for the free April 22 Pitch Party at https://quotablemediaco.com/pitchparty/ Other pitching resources: Episode 72:  3 Things for a Good Pitch Free Download: How to Pitch A Podcast
Erica Werber, founder of Literie Candle, joins me on today’s 100th episode! She launched what she thought was a pandemic hobby with the help of her kids scent sampling while remote learning and planned to then return to her normal career. However Literie sold over 10,000 candles in just nine months after launching. Literie’s inspiration and branding is like a love letter to NYC with scents for different memories throughout NYC, developed during a time when people couldn’t go out and smell them. Literie candles are created with a vegan soy and coconut wax blend paired with high-quality fragrance oils. They are always sulfate-free, phthalate-free, animal cruelty-free, and non-toxic. Listen in to hear about Erica’s journey launching a new product during the pandemic and the decisions she made that led her business to success.   In this episode you will hear about: -Launching a new brand in the middle of a pandemic -How she sold 10,000 candles within 9 months of launching -Why she started with PR to launch her business -Her unique April Fools launch strategy -How advertising impacted her product sales -Why the candle brand is resonating with customers -Why making a clean product was so important to Erica   Connect with Literie Candle: Web: https://literiecandle.com  Instagram: @literiecandle TikTok: @literiecandle If you have any other tips or ideas or want to connect, leave a comment under the post for this episode on our Instagram page @quotablemediaco. For any show ideas, to submit a guest to the podcast, or if you have any questions, please visit https://quotablemediaco.com/podcast. Sign up for the 12 week Mastermind with My Founder Circle at https://mfcmastermind.com/scaleyourbizmastermind  and use code QUOTABLE on your APPLICATION for your bonus social media audit and 30 minute call with Emily & Ankita.   Register for the free virtual workshop event  How to develop & track KPIs for consistent business growth with the founders of My Founder Circle.
Are you ready to set your Q2 business goals? A key ingredient in driving business success is planning ahead, so I wanted to share some tips with you of how I have been goal setting in order to grow my business as a PR Agency Owner, Online Course Director, and Editor in Chief of Quotable Magazine. I want to help you set your Q2 goals in a way that drives your business forward.   In this episode you will hear:   -How to determine your big picture goals -How to break down your goals into achievable steps -Ways to measure success -How to set daily action items to help you reach your goals -How to map out your goals for the year   I would love to hear how this helped you! Comment on this episode’s Instagram post and share some of your goals. If you have any other tips or ideas leave a comment under the post for this episode on our Instagram page @quotablemediaco or shoot me a DM.   You can also connect with us at our new Quotable Magazine Instagram account @quotablemagazine   For any show ideas, to submit a guest to the podcast, or if you have any questions, please visit https://quotablemediaco.com/podcast.
On this week’s episode I got to chat with Tiffany A. Washington, the founder and CEO of Transformation 7. Tiffany is a televised businesses and education expert who helps individuals and entities amplify their brand and accelerate their goals by mastering their credibility and visibility. She has used her background as a school principal and educator to tap into those skills to create courses, products, and workshops that help budding entrepreneurs secure 5-figure deals.   In this episode you will learn:   -How she helps entrepreneurs find their secret sauce and turn that into a consulting business -How to strategically ask for what you want  -Steps to building a high ticket clientele  -Her 4 tier process for clients  -Keys to a successful proposal -Follow up best practices    Connect with Tiffany:   Web: www.tiffanyawashington.com Instagram: @transformation7 LinkedIn: Tiffany A. Washington Get her book: Women Winning at Work by Tiffany A. Washington Facebook: Transformation 7 by Tiffany A. Washington YouTube: Transformation 7 by Tiffany A. Washington If you have any other tips or ideas or want to connect, leave a comment under the post for this episode on our Instagram page @quotablemediaco. For any show ideas, to submit a guest to the podcast, or if you have any questions, please visit https://quotablemediaco.com/podcast.
A thriving service based business is built on your ability to bring on new clients and to retain existing clients. So I wanted to share with you ways I have learned to strengthen client relationships for long term success that I’ve learned over the last 9 years as a PR agency owner.   In this episode you will learn: -The right mindset for building client relationship  -Simple ways to connect personally with your clients -How to give the best client experience -Best practices for client communication  -5 things to ensure success in client retention I would love to hear how this helped you! Comment on this episode’s Instagram post and let me know how you will be connecting with clients this week. If you have any other tips or ideas leave a comment under the post for this episode on our Instagram page @quotablemediaco, or shoot me a DM. For any show ideas, to submit a guest to the podcast, or if you have any questions, please visit https://quotablemediaco.com/podcast
It's the Quotable Podcast 3rd anniversary and in this week’s episode we hear from Kristine Resendes, Founder & CEO of Social Thrive, a full service digital marketing agency. Social Thrive builds custom digital marketing strategies that help businesses thrive online. Powered by innovation, analytics, creativity, and topped off with a personal touch. They are a Boston Based agency with two national offices in Miami, FL and Los Angeles, CA. In this episode you will learn: -How to build connections with other business owners -The value in building trust with your clients -The power of a good referral  -The right time to set personal boundaries when starting a new business -How to evaluate when it’s time to expand your team -Keys to client retention   Connect with Kristine: Web: www.socialthrive.com  Instagram: @socialthrivebos  LinkedIn: Social Thrive  Facebook: @socialthrive  Twitter: @socialthrivebos If you have any other tips or ideas or want to connect, leave a comment under the post for this episode on our Instagram page @quotablemediaco. For any show ideas, to submit a guest to the podcast, or if you have any questions, please visit https://quotablemediaco.com/podcast.
Everyone has heard that honesty is the best policy, but did you know that applies in your business PR efforts as well? We all want to have a successful business, yet we don’t need to sacrifice honesty and integrity to get there. In fact, in your business and PR efforts, honesty can set you apart from the rest and bring longevity in your brand’s reputation.   In this episode you will hear:   -Why it is important to think about the long game over immediate results -How to clarify your message and why it matters -Being purposeful in your communication -How honesty boosts your credibility  -What makes your business story-worthy   Here is Episode 93: Here’s What Makes You Magnetic, which is referred to in the episode.   I would love to hear how this helped you! Comment on this episode’s Instagram post and let me know how you’re working on an authentic brand message. If you have any other tips or ideas leave a comment under the post for this episode on our Instagram page @quotablemediaco, or shoot me a DM. For any show ideas, to submit a guest to the podcast, or if you have any questions, please visit https://quotablemediaco.com/podcast  
Speaker, business coach and entrepreneur, Sherese Shy-Homes, aka The Business Doula joined us for this week’s episode. With a master’s degree in business and a history of work with the IRS in tax and auditing, she has perfected a unique approach to creating actionable solutions for her life and business coaching clients. Now she is helping clients learn how to monetize their expertise, build their courses and book high ticket clients on repeat.    In this episode you will hear:   -How she reached her first 10K month -How branding impacted her business -Why mindset and strategy are important for success  -Sherese’s 3 step strategy to success -How to set up your financial calendar    Connect with Sherese: Website: https://thebizdoula.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thebizdoula Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thebizdoula/ Clubhouse: @thebizdoula If you have any other tips or ideas or want to connect, leave a comment under the post for this episode on our Instagram page @quotablemediaco. For any show ideas, to submit a guest to the podcast, or if you have any questions, please visit https://quotablemediaco.com/podcast
There’s a difference between people and brands who truly seem magnetic and get people around them excited, and people who don’t. Have you ever started to do PR outreach for your brand but felt like something was holding you back? It’s probably related. In this episode, I am diving into the mindset things that can hold you back, and discussing the importance of feeling fully prepped, in both mindset and materials, so that you have the confidence you need for successful outreach that will mobilize other people. As a PR Agency owner, I have seen how important it is for people to feel prepared and work through these potential blocks in order to reach success with PR, whether they’re doing it themselves or with an agency. It really is the difference between creating magnetic visibility and falling flat.  In this episode you will hear:   -Why mindset and materials are important -Why you should do an honest audit of your brand -How to overcome things that have held you back -How to make sure your branding and messaging align -Why passion and enthusiasm for your brand matter Here is Episode 3: My #1 Mindset Shift to Get Comfortable With Promoting Yourself, which is referred to in the episode.   I would love to hear how this helped you! Comment on this episode’s Instagram post and let me know what roadblocks you are overcoming. If you have any other tips or ideas leave a comment under the post for this episode on our Instagram page @quotablemediaco, or shoot me a DM.   For any show ideas, to submit a guest to the podcast, or if you have any questions, please visit https://quotablemediaco.com/podcast  
Rossalvi Marte founder and CEO of Marte and Co, a New York Marketing and Business Consulting agency for both premium service and product based companies, as well as B2B companies. Marte and Co. offers one agency for multiple business needs, everything from branding all the way to marketing and sales. Rossalvi uses her unique background from growing up in the Dominican Republic and studying business in New York, to bring the best results to her clients. In this episode you will hear: -How Rossalvi started a business branding, marketing, and sales agency -Why Branding is important for PR -Why standard operating procedures are important -The power of delegating -How to own the CEO mindset Connect with Rossalvi: https://rossalvimarte.com https://instagram.com/rossalvimarte https://www.facebook.com/rossalvimarte https://www.linkedin.com/in/rossalvimarte   If you have any other tips or ideas or want to connect, leave a comment under the post for this episode on our Instagram page @quotablemediaco. For any show ideas, to submit a guest to the podcast, or if you have any questions, please visit https://quotablemediaco.com/podcast
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