[155] How to sell without feeling gross with Tara Swiger

Being able to sell your products and services is a key part of running a small business, but time and time again business owners tell me that selling makes them feel a bit icky and uncomfortable. In this episode, Tara Swiger shares her tips on how to build a sustainable…

[154] How to fund events and training as a small business owner

Want to invest in training or personal development but feel you don’t have the budget? This podcast episode is full of ideas to help you fund training, events and other business opportunities that you’d really hate to miss out on. Here’s what you’ll learn in this episode: Tips for moving…

[153] Product launch strategies that actually work with Mark Asquith

When you’ve got a great idea for a new product or service, your excitement can make it tempting to go full speed ahead to the launch stage. But making sure you are building something people actually want is a crucial place to start. Entrepreneur Mark Asquith shares his tips for…

11 reasons to attend Soulful PR Live 2017

Attending conferences and workshops is undoubtedly one of best things you can do for your business. Taking a break from your daily routine to invest in your own learning and personal development can spark new ideas and relationships that can have an impact on the bottom line. But deciding which…

[152] How to deal with freeloaders

When you’re running your own business, there will be times when you come across freeloaders – people who ask for favours, including free or discounted products and services. In this episode, I share tips and strategies for dealing with these types of people. Here’s what you’ll learn in this episode:…

[151] How to use Twitter chats to promote your business with Sian Conway

If you’re looking to grow your following on Twitter, you might want to take part in Twitter chats – or even host your own. In this episode, Sian Conway talks about how she launched the #EthicalHour Twitter chat which now gets around one million impressions a month – and has…