Awakening Divine Wildness Podcast

Awakening Divine Wildness Podcast with Mal Duane Inspirational speaker and best-selling author, Mal Duane invites women to embrace their divine wildness. Listen in and learn how to move from pain and heartache to forgiveness and freedom so you can live the radiant life you deserve. Learn more and listen on Apple Podcasts
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A Beginner’s Guide to the 80/20 Rule

The 80/20 rule (officially called the Pareto Principle) is a general rule that states that 80% of all effects come from around 20% of the causes. The idea behind this rule is that it can be applied to basically any field. In business, the Pareto Principle states that 80% of all your profit is going to come from 20% of your products. It also means that 80% of all work is done by 20% of your employees. It can apply to basically any field that you can think of, including sports, math, healthcare, and fitness. In this article, we are going to look at how the 80/20 rule can be applied in various fields to give you a better understanding of the principle as a whole. In Healthcare The 80/20 rule can definitely be seen in healthcare. As a general rule of thumb, 80% of all healthcare resources will go to helping 20% of all patients. Those 20% of patients are typically the elderly or those with persistent health issues who need round-the-clock care. In Sports In sports where anal…
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Featured Podcast – The Goal Digger

The Goal Digger Podcast with Jenna Kutcher How do I build my dream job? How do I make money online? Am I ready to leave my 9 to 5? How can I create passive income? How can I grow my Instagram following? And the biggest question of all, can I *really* turn my passion into profits?  Week after week, host Jenna Kutcher brings you the the productivity tips, social media strategies, business hacks,, and inspirational stories that can help YOU design your dream career. Jenna shares tangible tips and hacks that she used to become a self-made millionaire in photography, online courses, Instagram sponsorships, and navigating the world of being a #girlboss social media influencer. Along with sharing her best kept secrets, she interviews the best in the industry (Amy Porterfield, Jamie Ivey, Melyssa Griffin, Lori Harder, Cathy Heller and so much more) who will share their secrets to ensure you are seen, heard, (and hired!) Hear from the experts, get inspired, and tackle your biggest go…
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When First Starting Out – Nine Ways to Show Your Expertise

When you first start out wanting to work from home and start your own business, it can be frightening and even seem impossible. It’s the old conundrum about how you can get experience without having experience. But, when you start an online business, you can make your own experience and prove your expertise with just a little work, and this is how. 1. Blog Regularly Toward Your Audience - Start a blog on your website and blog directly to your audience with many forms of content, discussing many issues that the audience has. It’s a great way to get traffic, but it’s also a great way to demonstrate expertise. 2. Write a White Paper about a Problem – A white paper is a long report that addresses a problem and then offers solutions to the problem. If you write a paper or two about individual problems your audience has, you’ll be able to show your expertise even though you’re just starting out. 3. Publish a Book about Your Expertise – Writing a book and authorship is always…
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Featured Podcast The Brand is Female

The Brand is Female with Eva Hartling is today's featured podcast The weekly series hosted by Eva Hartling brings you authentic stories of self-accomplishment from powerful and iconic women of all backgrounds including entrepreneurs, business leaders, media personalities and more. A podcast brought to you by TD Women Entrepreneurs! Learn more and listen on Apple Podcasts  
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Tips for Freelancers to Find Clients

When you're employed by a business, it's fairly easy to find clients because you work for the clients that are assigned to you. You don't have to worry about making sure you line up clients now so that you'll be able to pay the bills in the future. But when you're a freelancer, you're all you've got. You have to make sure that you bring in the clients in order to keep your business going. In fact, you should always be on the lookout for new clients so that your business continues to thrive and expand. While some freelancers think that finding clients is difficult, it's actually not - but it does take a little bit of consistency and effort. You can't just create a page and expect clients to flock to you. Word of Mouth When you do a good job at what you do, word will get around. When a client is happy with the work you've done for him, he'll tell others. You can provide excellent service to your clients by knowing their needs and looking out for them. When you find…
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Featured Podcast – Motherhood Simplified

Motherhood Simplified with Krista Lockwood is today's featured podcast. Motherhood Simplified is where they discuss decluttering our homes to simplify our life. Each episode is recorded live and in real time on my social media platforms so that you can have the experience of hanging with mom friends who get you, and are there for you while you embark on this living with less journey! Learn more and listen on Apple Podcasts
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Featured Podcast Marketing, Media & Money

Marketing, Media & Money with Patty Farmer Are you tired of spending your time and MONEY chasing strategy after strategy only to discover that what worked from 10, 5, or even 2 years ago is no longer working NOW? Tune in to every jam-packed episode where I talk to industry experts and global influencers about PROVEN and PROFITABLE strategies as well as behind-the-scenes secrets to help you scale your business, shorten your learning curve, and stand out in a crowded marketplace. Learn more and listen on Apple Podcasts
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Are Newspaper Ads Worth the Time and Effort?

When you're trying to promote your business, you want to use every available means of advertising that you can afford to use. Plenty of businesses advertise through their website and through their social media sites, but offline promoting often brings in a large amount of potential customers. It's true that you do have to know who your target audience is just like you do with any online promoting. But, it's helpful if you cast a wide net because you might reach someone outside your target audience who turns out to be not only a great customer but a good word of mouth referral for you. While it's true that a lot of the younger generation are more active online, there is plenty of potential - especially among those who don't like to be online 24/7 - and just aren't that tech savvy. You don't want to miss reaching this audience. Despite many of them now having editions online, newspapers are here to stay. There's a good reason that people still purchase them in the stores…
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Featured Podcast – The Overjoyed Mom Podcast

The Overjoyed Mom Podcast with Stephanie Snyder, Ph.D. This show is for the mom who wants to thrive in life and business. Let's face it- Motherhood is complicated; but your business doesn't have to be. Join me every Wednesday for new episodes, where we talk about motherhood, business, and everything in between. Listen on Apple Podcasts

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Featured – The Wellness Business Podcast

The Wellness Business Podcast with Karen Pattock and Kathleen Legrys The Wellness Business Podcast was created specifically to focus on the core principles of building a profitable wellness business. Each weekly podcast episode is filled with action steps and case studies dedicated to one core principle of business to get new clients, grow a responsive email list, increase brand awareness, generate more income, launch new products and learn the latest social media strategies. Learn more and listen on Apple Podcasts
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Catch the Spirit of the Entrepreneur

Grabbing opportunities with open arms is often easier to talk about than to actually do. Most people find themselves dreaming about being rich but never actually doing anything about it. A combination of procrastination and 'what if' syndrome can cripple your creative spirit and might mean your idea will never become a reality. Socrates said "Action equals knowledge'. He was one of the greatest philosophers of our time. What he meant was that it is through action that we achieve results. For example, you could think about learning Spanish for months, imagining the holidays you will take and the people you will communicate with. You can dream forever but accomplish nothing unless you actually make the effort to start taking lessons. Much like the martial arts approach - the idea is to take action immediately and avoid over analyzing the situation. Do you want to start your own business but are afraid of what kinds of things can go wrong? What if your initial investment…
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How to Enhance Your Brand Personality

A strong personal brand can really boost business. However, strong personal brands generally don’t just happen. It takes a plan and a commitment to follow through. This New Year, consider making a resolution to build a stronger personal brand. Here’s how. Step One: Identify your brand personality For most small business owners their brand personality is their own personality. If you’re a goofy or silly person then your brand may be goofy and silly. If you’re a hard hitting and serious person then that’s your brand personality. This is because it’s much easier and more effective to be yourself than to try to be a character. Martha Stewart is a great example. While she’s certainly not a small business owner, her brand is her personality. You know what to expect from Martha Stewart and people love that. It’s also important when identifying your brand personality to make sure it fits with your niche and target audience. Some personalities and niches may not blend well. …
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Digital Vibe Podcast with Annette Thomas

All About Annette: Learn how to become a better YOU on The Digital Vibe Podcast with Annette Thomas An inspirational how to podcast with a unique approach on life, business and whatever is relevant at the time... You have come to the right place for ALL things entrepreneurial. You get expert insight and tips from my years of Internet marketing experience and being an International business expert as an Internet Entrepreneur and expert in Internet business, Annette Thomas. Learn More and Listen on Apple Podcasts  
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On the Brighter Side Podcast

On the Brighter Side Podcast with Monica Tanner On the Brighter Side delivers tools, tips and strategies for success in life, marriage, health and business. On her show, she discusses emotional eating,finding balance and zen, coexisting with depression and anxiety, exercise and nutrition, managing time and more! Learn how to live your purpose and rock your life! Learn more and listen on Apple Podcasts
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The Game Changer Network with Chicke Fitzgerald

On The Game Changer Podcast, Chicke Fitzgerald interviews game changing authors and executives (now part of the C-Suite Radio Network). On the show, Chicke interviews  top authors on leadership, growth, innovation, entrepreneurialism and giving back. You will find the show geared for Executive Women, Corporate Executives and Entrepreneurs and various series that we’ve done, including Back By Popular Demand (multiple appearances), Best of the Game Changer (timeless wisdom), Transition Solutionz (for those in between successes) and Uncommon Giving (how to bake giving into your culture). The Game Changer will bring you practical tips about changing your game. Chicke Fitzgerald spent the first half of her career working for industry leading travel distribution technology and telecom companies.  The second half has been spent turning trip tech and travel storytelling on its head. Learn more and listen on Apple Podcasts
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How to Build a Sales Pitch into Your Presentation

Are you presenting a product or service to a potential client or an audience of potential clients? The main point of the presentation is to make the sale, but the focus of the presentation is the audience. How can you accomplish both in one shot? We are going to give you a few hints in that area. Sell, Sell, Sell! When salesmen have quotas, the customer can become lost in the sauce. Remember door-to-door salesmen? They didn’t have PowerPoint presentations or big event halls with a stage to speak to their prospective clients. They honed a few basic skills that made the sale for them. As a business owner or a manager for a company, knowing the importance of new business as well as the importance of client needs can translate into sales with the right formula. Being prepared for anything (even big fat Nos) actually makes your job a lot smoother and simpler. Sometimes it isn’t what you know but how you convey what you know to your target audience. Building Your Presenta…
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When a handshake is not enough: why you need a Partnership Agreement

If you set up in business with one or more other people but do not wish to set up a limited company, a partnership arrangement will be deemed to exist at law without the need for a formal contract. However, whilst a written partnership agreement is not required to form a partnership, if you wish to avoid uncertainty and the automatic application of potentially unsuitable statutory law, a formal agreement is a wise investment. What happens if we don’t sign a Partnership Agreement? In the absence of a written agreement, the provisions of the 1890 Partnership Act will apply. In essence, these state that all the partners are equal and share profits, losses, start-up and running costs as well as the workload equally. Whilst the provisions are intended to provide an equitable framework for running your business, in reality, there are significant implications. For example; - all partners will be entitled to share the profits equally regardless of how much capital, effort or s…
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