It’s a special episode. Just for you. I share my insights on a book that I am reading for the second time. The book “Essentialism” by Greg McKeown. Have you read it? If you haven’t, you should. It is filled with value that you need for your everyday life. Strategies to help you feel more focused. What to do to concentrate on only what’s necessary. And get into that state of joy, peacefulness and feeling “grounded”. Listen in. It’s totally worth it! http://media.blubrry.com/crushyourcompetitors/p/traffic.libsyn.com/marketintocrushyourcompetitors/Episode223FR_mixage_final.mp3Podcast: EmbedSubscribe: iTunes.
My interview this week is with Suddan Shanmugasundaram. And for the first time on my podcast, we get an interesting perspective from someone doing business in the USA and in India. Suddan explains how USA influences India in the entrepreneurial field and how more and more Indian entrepreneurs want to earn a living, do their passion, build a startup, and be successful. And that’s amazing & promising. But, he warns entrepreneurs building their startup to stay focused. That’s one of the hardest things to do! Focus on what problem you.
Starting an online business is not an easy task. And I am sure that you know it. Even if you see some people claiming how their success came overnight. How it was a piece of cake. It is so not true. This week, I speak with Joyce Oladipo. And we have a sincere talk. About real things. Among these things… A lot of online business owners start their business copying other people because they lack self-confidence. Or because it’s the only thing they know. And doing that can definitely lead to.
This week, meet Cynthia Johnson. Cynthia has a very interesting story and background, plus, a very busy agenda. She deals with a lot of responsibilities and is master at managing each of them. Here is how she does it: Schedule, Calendar, Content Development, Content Repurposing (which is something that so many people forget to do!) Then, we talk about a strategy that many business owners use to build their brand. Being a contributor to a major publication. Have you ever done it? From her experience, Cynthia advises to first.
This week, I made a special episode, just for you. I am back from 2 live events where I was speaking: Agents of Change Conference in Portland, Maine & Biz Buzz Social Media Conference in Syracuse, New York. On the first one, I had a workshop on “Small Business Champion Tactics: Connect with Influencers to Boost your Awareness and Expand your Reach” On the second one, I was a featured expert for the panel on “Influence & Authenticity”. It made me reflect a lot of how crucial attending these events.