Podcast

[176] How to plan and deliver a great talk

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Speaking at events can be a great way to promote your business, but if you haven’t done any public speaking before you might not know where to start. In this episode, I share practical tips on how to deliver a really great talk – from mapping out your content to…

[175} How to make money from your creative business with Jeff Goins

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If you have a passion for something creative, you might think it’s not possible to turn it into a successful business. In this episode, bestselling author Jeff Goins talks about how to overcome what he calls the ‘starving artist mindset’ and build a thriving business doing something that you love….

[174] How to explain what you do in 10 words or less

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If you can’t explain what you do in one sentence, whether that’s on your website, in a meeting or at a networking event, you’ll find it hard to attract clients for your business. In this episode, I share my three-step plan on how to come up with a really great…

[173] How to launch with a tiny list with Jo Milmine

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If you’ve got a new product or service you’re itching to launch, you might think you need to have a massive email list in order to attract enough customers. In this episode, business consultant Jo Milmine talks about how she has launched successfully with small – but perfectly formed –…

[172] How to tackle writer’s block

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If you’ve ever spent hours trying to write a blog post, website copy or marketing email – only to produce a couple of sentences – then this podcast episode is for you. In this episode, I share why I don’t believe in writer’s block – and three strategies you can…

[171] How your personal image impacts on your business with Loulou Storey

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Whether you like it or not, people judge on appearance. Which means your personal style can say a lot about your business and how you operate. In this episode, stylist and confidence coach Loulou Storey shares practical tips on how to use your clothes as a tool for business success….

[170] How to deal with criticism

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If you’re doing business online, inevitably there will be times when you find yourself on the receiving end of criticism – whether that’s on your blogs, social media posts or in your email inbox. In this episode I share the strategies I’ve developed to deal with negative comments without letting…

[169] Why your business needs great headshot photography (and how to get it) with Laura Pearman

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The profile picture you use on social media and on your website can make a big difference to how people view your business. In this episode, headshot photographer Laura Pearman shares her expert advice on how to get pictures that will give the right impression to your prospective customers. Here’s…

[168] How to promote yourself at live events (without being a pain in the ass)

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Going to live events can be a great way for you to get in front of prospective customers and show how you may be able to help them. But how do you make connections without delivering the hard sell? Here’s what you’ll learn in this episode: How to get to…

[167] SEO made simple with Martin Huntbach

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If you’re not a ‘techie’ sort, you may find the term search engine optimisation (SEO) a bit intimidating. But if you want prospective customers to find you online, it’s something you can’t afford to ignore. In this episode, digital expert Martin Huntbach demystifies the topic and shares what small business…