In this episode Loren Bartley talks about Digital Tools, outlining the pros and cons of the various digital tools available to help you scale and better manage your business.
In this episode Glen Carlson talks about how to become a key person of influence, sharing a five step methodology for becoming one of the most highly valued and highly paid people in your industry.
Glen is the co-founder of Dent Global and the Key Person of Influence Accelerator. Dent offers training, advisory and business services for what they call “the rising stars of business”.
In the last six years Dent has expanded internationally with a team of 45 across 12 time zones, with offices in the UK, USA, Singapore and Australia.
Through their popular ‘Key Person of Influence Accelerator’ the team at Dent has worked directly with more than 2,000 business owners to help them develop their personal brand and become more visible, valuable and scalable, with more than 500 graduates of their program going on to become published authors. The impact of Dent Global goes well beyond this, with thousands more entrepreneurs going onto new heights after consuming the content, books and events put on by the Dent.
In this episode Loren Bartley and Fiona Redding talk about their highlights and struggles in 2016, as well as the plans for 2017 for The Happiness Hunter, Impactiv8 and #BusinessAddicts.Continue Reading …
In this episode we talk about Impostor Syndrome, sharing our insights and experience when it comes to feeling like an impostor.
This episode was originally recorded and broadcast on 98.7 RPP FM, where Warwick Merry interviewed Jacki Mitchell, Loren Bartley and Fiona Redding as part of the Taking Care of Business show, which is usually hosted by Jackie Mitchell.
Warwick Merry, Jacki Mitchell, Loren Bartley & Fiona Redding on Radio 98.7 RPPFM
RPP FM is a local radio station with a new vibrancy and a focus steeped in community activities, current affairs and culture. It broadcasts on 98.7 FM and 98.3 FM to the Mornington Peninsula, Frankston, the Southern suburbs of Kingston, wider Melbourne including Geelong and the communities of Westernport and Port Phillip Bays.
LIVE in the RPPFM studios every Friday from 11am to 12noon with Host Jacki Mitchell, Taking Care of BUSINESS is one of the few dedicated radio business programs. Featuring special guests from the business world talking about their successes, failures, lessons, inspiration & ideas.
The program is full of tips on marketing, finance, brand management, thought leadership and expert opinions with insider knowledge on all things business. An entertaining combination of inspiring people and music, business news and views.
In this episode Katie Wyatt talks about how to pitch yourself to be a guest on podcasts, sharing insights on how to increase your chances of gaining more podcast interviews as part of your PR strategy.
Katie Wyatt is building her own empire, whilst at the same time helping others build theirs too, whatever that may look like to them.
Katie has been obsessed with the podcast platform to build businesses since launching her own successful podcast, Empire By Design (formerly The Wellness Entrepreneur), in late 2015. She now has two podcasts (she co-hosts #LadyBoss Chats with collaborator Elle Roberts) and helps entrepreneurs to conceptualise, create, launch and grow podcasts that grow their business.
In this episode Omar Zenhom from Webinar Ninja and the $100 MBA talks about creating webinars that convert, sharing insights into how you can most effectively use webinars to help grow your business.
Omar Zenhom is the co-founder of The $100 MBA, the largest alternative business education online. He’s also the host of an iTunes Best of 2014 podcast, The $100 MBA Show. The $100 MBA Show has delivered almost 800 lessons and counting to over 50,000 daily listeners.
Omar is also the co-founder of WebinarNinja, an all-inclusive, easy-to-use webinar platform that allows you to create a webinar in 10 seconds flat.
It’s been known that Omar’s biggest talents are on the dance floor. Michael Jackson would be proud. 🙂
In this episode Karly Nimmo talks about creating quality audio, sharing insights into how you can improve the quality of the audio in your audio recordings, podcasts and videos so that people tune in for longer.
Karly Nimmo is a born communicator. She’s an ex-radio jock, producer & copywriter, current in-demand Voice Over Artist and has run her successful Voice Over Agency (Killer Kopy) for over a decade.
Karly has worked as a voice over artist with everyone from Telstra, BHP, eBay, Panasonic, Qantas to Coles-Myer and ANZ. You can also hear Karly’s voice on her podcast, Karlosophies – Stories Behind Success.
Karly is also the creator of Radcasters Podcasting S’cool – where she teaches entrepreneurs how to podcast like a pro. Her current mission is to rid the world of shit sounding podcasts.
In this episode David Wommelsdorff shares insights into how building conscious consumerism within your business model can help you achieve success in business, whilst creating positive social changeat the same time.
An expert in brand development & brand extension, David has been on the forefront of advertising & marketing both in Australia and internationally.
David is the Chief Marketing Officer and part owner of HERO Condoms; a socially responsible company which donates a condom in a developing country for every condom sold in Australia, to help stop the spread of HIV/AIDS, and co-founder of her/ – a socially responsible feminine hygiene brand that acts as a platform of inspiration to empower girls to stay in school.
In this episode Loren Bartley talks about her experiences and key takeaways from We Are Podcast 2016, as applicable to #BusinessAddicts.
In this episode Lisa Win talks about business trade marks, sharing insights into what trade marks are, and how they work, so that you can make better and more informed decisions about your branding, the growth of your business and the protection of your intellectual property.
After leaving her legal career and launching a couple of businesses, including an online toy store, Lisa Win decided to combine her two great loves, business and law, to become an Aussie Trade Marks Attorney. Since founding her firm, Win Trade Marks, Lisa spends her days advising small businesses on trade mark law and the trade marking process. Her main focus is to help business owners make informed and strategic decisions to give their brand the legal protection it deserves.