Podcasts

3 Secrets to Selling with Social Media

3 Secrets to Selling with Social Media

By Rory Vaden / August 18, 2021 /

We live in a world where our communities, and thus our potential customers, live perpetually at our fingertips. So how do we leverage that power and turn it into sales?

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Saying No to More: Why Giving Your Brain Space to Wander Improves Your Productivity

Saying No to More: Why Giving Your Brain Space to Wander Improves Your Productivity

By Natasha Lavender / August 17, 2021 /

Chief Storytelling Officer Kindra Hall talks to Juliet about what really counts as white space (put the phone down), why we’re so uncomfortable with appearing like we’re doing nothing, and how to make some white space in your day.

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Furthering Your Education on a Budget

Furthering Your Education on a Budget

By Julien Saunders and Kiersten Saunders / August 16, 2021 /

The National Center for Education Statistics estimates that the average undergraduate tuition at public colleges during 2018-2019 was $18,383.00, all included (fees, tuition, housing, etc.) and $47,419.00 a year for private, nonprofit universities. With numbers like that, it seems unavoidable that most people will leave their undergraduate education with at least a few thousand dollars…

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Gigi Gorgeous: How to Stay Grounded When Social Media Is Your Full-Time Job

Gigi Gorgeous: How to Stay Grounded When Social Media Is Your Full-Time Job

By Lydia Sweatt / August 13, 2021 /

Is it possible to have a social media career and stay grounded in your beliefs? Here’s what YouTube star Gigi Gorgeous does to balance the two realities.

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Work-Life Balance Doesn’t Exist—Make Time to Follow Your Passion with Seasons of Focus

Work-Life Balance Doesn’t Exist—Make Time to Follow Your Passion with Seasons of Focus

By Rory Vaden / August 11, 2021 /

We go through life trying to avoid risk, but risk is inevitable. It is risky to pursue your dream, but I believe it’s even riskier to pursue safety. If you pursue what is safe, the likelihood increases that you’ll end up disgruntled and missing out on your purpose.

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How Following the Rules Empowers You to Break Them on Your Own Terms

How Following the Rules Empowers You to Break Them on Your Own Terms

By Natasha Lavender / August 10, 2021 /

Michelle says that as the daughter of Indian immigrants, she originally seemed destined to end up in one of the career paths her parents expected her to go into: doctor, lawyer or investment banker.

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Writing Your Money Story—the First Step to Financial Freedom

Writing Your Money Story—the First Step to Financial Freedom

By Julien Saunders and Kiersten Saunders / August 9, 2021 /

You may have heard people in the personal finance space discussing their money stories—the impressions we gain about money from our parents in our early years—and how those stories impact our adult lives. It can take time to parse out all the elements of your particular money story, but the benefits can help you see…

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The Art of Persuasion: 4 Tips to Master Influence

The Art of Persuasion: 4 Tips to Master Influence

By Lydia Sweatt / August 6, 2021 /

How well do you persuade the people around you? According to a master marketer, you can boost your influence in 4 simple steps.

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Transforming Your Relationship with Money

Transforming Your Relationship with Money

By Julien Saunders and Kiersten Saunders / August 2, 2021 /

our relationship with money doesn’t have to be a futile struggle, but it does take effort to turn that relationship into something healthy.

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How to Get People to Care About (and Support) Your Business

How to Get People to Care About (and Support) Your Business

By Rory Vaden / July 28, 2021 /

Regardless of whether you run a nonprofit, a personal brand or a company, you need to face your fears head on. Put your feet to the fire, get your business out there and make people care.

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