In this episode Ronsley Vaz talks about podcasting, sharing insights into the benefits of podcasting for businesses, as well as tips for either creating a podcast or being a guest on other people’s podcasts.
Ronsley is an entrepreneur specialising in creating businesses that connect people and ideas in new and innovative ways. He is the host of Australia’s #1 Food & Entrepreneurship podcast – Bond Appetit, that focuses on uniting entrepreneurs through food. Bond Appetit has been listened and downloaded over 1.8 million times.
Ronsley has a Masters’ degree in Software Engineering and an MBA in psychology and leadership. He is a software technical expert, a personal chef, and a serial idea creator.
Most recently, one of his ideas was to create We Are Podcast, the first ever podcasting conference in the southern hemisphere, which he brought to fruition back in October 2015 and in the process of doing this, Ronsley has really positioned himself as a leading expert in the podcasting space in Australia and has since created another podcast called “Should I Start A Podcast”.
In this episode Dan Norris shares his experiences of the benefits of building a content machine, outlining how he turned his business into a content machine to build a 7-figure business with zero advertising.
Dan Norris is a serial entrepreneur, award winning content marketer, international speaker and the author of the top 10 Amazon bestselling Small Business book The 7 Day Startup and Content Machine.
In June 2013 after failing at entrepreneurship for 7 years, he founded wpcurve.com, a worldwide team of WordPress developers, providing unlimited small fixes and support, 24/7 for a low monthly fee. After becoming profitable in 23 days, WP Curve grew to a team of 40, servicing thousands of customers and passed an annual run rate of over $1m AUD using Content Marketing alone.
Dan’s second book, Content Machine documents how to create a 7 figure content strategy and scale it with automation, delegation and a content team.
The 7 Day Startup which became a top 10 bestseller in 3 Amazon categories has been translated into 5 languages and inspired thousands of entrepreneurs around the world to launch their business.
In this episode Valerie Khoo from the Australian Writer’s Centre talks about power stories, sharing tips on how you can create and share your stories to achieve greater business success.
is founder and national director of the Australian Writers’ Centre
, which is Australia’s leading centre for writing courses. Over 25,000 students have learnt at the centre and it has campuses in Sydney, Melbourne, Perth – as well as a huge online learning community enrolling from all over the world.
Valerie is also a journalist, small business commentator and author of the best-selling book “Power Stories: The 8 Stories You MUST Tell to Build an Epic Business”. An avid podcaster, she co-hosts the popular podcasts “So you want to be a writer” and “So you want to be a photographer”.
In this episode Warwick Merry talks about professional speaking, sharing with us valuable tips for those #BusinessAddicts who want to get into public speaking, as well as some funny Dad jokes.
Warwick Merry (WarwickMerry.com) is a Master MC and an inspiring professional speaker, renowned for his high-energy presentations and seminars.
Through his presentations, whether they be at a formal function or interactive workshop, Warwick ignites an endless passion to Get More out of life for both his clients and himself.
We think Warwick is the best in the business, that’s why we chose him to be the “voice over guy” for our show.
But it’s not just us that think Warwick is pretty good. Warwick has just recently been internationally accredited as a Certified Speaking Professional. That’s a global certification and currently only 70 people hold this certification in Australia.
In addition to this, Warwick is also the author of the book “Get more inspiration – Unexpected ways to help you achieve”.