Yes To Entrepreneurship: Helping You Build A Better Business

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Are you thinking about starting a business? Maybe you're already running your business? Either way, tune in! These are the conversation we, entrepreneurs have but often times don't hear...until now!

Episodios

  • YTE 055: Designing Simple Marketing Systems To Create Momentum with Katie Craig

    YTE 055: Designing Simple Marketing Systems To Create Momentum with Katie Craig

    31/12/2020 Duración: 47min

    Does marketing your business online feel too hard? Are you looking to escape the marketing overwhelm and really start to focus on what you love to do while running a thriving business without burning out? If so, tune in to this episode with special guest Katie Craig and learn how to design a simple marketing system for your business. Grab your coffee and pull up a seat at that table right next to ours so you can eavesdrop on our conversation!

  • YTE 054: Obtain greater confidence in your writing with The Jargon Expert Brittany Gregory

    YTE 054: Obtain greater confidence in your writing with The Jargon Expert Brittany Gregory

    17/12/2020 Duración: 40min

    Do struggle with your writing? Tune into this episode and meet Brittany Gregory – The Jargon Expert – who can help you obtain greater confidence in your own voice and message.  Brittany understands at a psychological and sociological level how people understand and interpret language. She can help you craft your writing in a way the captivates others. Grab your coffee and pull up a seat at that table right next to ours so you can eavesdrop on our conversation!

  • YTE 053: Ashely Martin, The Leadership Lady

    YTE 053: Ashely Martin, The Leadership Lady

    10/12/2020 Duración: 30min

    It's time to close those leadership and soft skills gaps so you can improve operational efficiency in your business! Join me and the "Leadership Lady" Ashley Martin as we sit down to talk about entrepreneurship. Grab your coffee and pull up a seat at that table right next to ours so you can eavesdrop on our conversation!

  • YTE 052: Living an Extraordinary Life amp Building an Extraordinary Business with Robert White

    YTE 052: Living an Extraordinary Life & Building an Extraordinary Business with Robert White

    03/12/2020 Duración: 53min

    Living an Extraordinary Life and Building an Extraordinary Business with special guest, Robert White! Grab your coffee and pull up a seat at that table right next to ours so you can eavesdrop on our conversation!

  • YTE 051: The Soul Marketing Method with Jenessa MacKenzie

    YTE 051: The Soul Marketing Method with Jenessa MacKenzie

    26/11/2020 Duración: 38min

    Looking to attract your soul clients and connect with them on a soul level through your marketing, branding, and offers which makes selling easy and fun? Grab some coffee and pull up a chair to that table next to ours!

  • YTE 050: Create a Profitable Lifestyle Business with Lisza Crisalle

    YTE 050: Create a Profitable Lifestyle Business with Lisza Crisalle

    19/11/2020 Duración: 29min

    Trying to figure out how to capitalize on your gifts? Tired of leaving money on the table? Looking for a better way to manage your time and energy? Tune into this episode to discover how to breakthrough and experience what is possible for you today! Learn exactly what a "Business Growth Strategist" is and how they can help you with your business!

  • YTE 049: Finding what gets you up every day with Lifestyle Expert Terre Holmes

    YTE 049: Finding what gets you up every day with Lifestyle Expert Terre Holmes

    02/04/2020 Duración: 51min

    Terre takes us on her journey of self-discovery in entrepreneurship and how she found the exact products her customers wanted including how she handles marketing them. Also, learn why entrepreneurs don’t have to pull all-nighters and how hiring the right assistants can skyrocket your business (she gives us all the details)! What's the best career advice you have ever received? Lisa Nichols told me to use my day job to fund my dream. It was amazing advice that I wish I had followed. What is your proudest career accomplishment and why? My proudest career accomplishment was receiving an Honorary Doctorate Degree of Humane Letters from Indiana Tech University for my 20 years of service in arts, education, business, teaching, and publishing. It was by far, one of the proudest moments in my life. What has been the hardest career moment and how did you overcome it? The hardest career moment has been building a business with little money to invest. I have taken advantage of free training, online resources and groups

  • YTE 048: $5 a day Facebook advertising with Tammy Pereira

    YTE 048: $5 a day Facebook advertising with Tammy Pereira

    26/03/2020 Duración: 53min

    Do you ever wonder about Facebook advertising – should you do it? is it worth it? What if I don’t have a following yet? If so, tune into this episode to learn more about the $5 a day program Tammy has created as well as learn just how powerful Facebook Live video really is! Trust me, you don’t want to miss this episode! -------- What's the best career advice you have ever received? Be yourself, inspire others, keep learning and never stop believing. What is your proudest career accomplishment and why? Making the transition to the online space was a journey and a total mindset switch. I’m enjoying the ride! What has been the hardest career moment and how did you overcome it? I got burned out as a corporate and was looking for something else. I almost went back to my day job. Favorite quote: Imagination is more important than knowledge. Connect with Tammy at:  TammyP.com facebook.com/tammyapereira https://www.instagram.com/tammyapereira/ ---------------------------------------------------------------------

  • YTE 047: Who’s That Housewife with Courtney Love Gavin

    YTE 047: Who’s That Housewife with Courtney Love Gavin

    19/03/2020 Duración: 55min

    What is PR? Does your business even need PR? How can you increase your exposure with a $0 budget? All of that and more will be answered in this episode as we dive into the world of PR and what every business owner needs to know (Ps. PR is part of your overall marketing strategy at least it should be). Plus, find out how Courtney created her hit board game, “Who’s That Housewife!?” with less than 10 followers on social media, no email list, made a profit, and was picked up by major news sources like People and BuzzFeed. -------- What's the best career advice you have ever received? The best career advice I ever received was that in order to be heard speak into their language. That career advice came from my business coach, Andrea Woolf. What is your proudest career accomplishment and why? My proudest career accomplishment is launching Who's That Housewife!? and making it a sustainable business. I had a lot of doubters for leaving a high six-figure corporate career to launch my  “silly housewives game” but

  • YTE 046: The legal side of building your business with Dana Miller Attorney at Law

    YTE 046: The legal side of building your business with Dana Miller Attorney at Law

    12/03/2020 Duración: 54min

    Do you ever wonder about the law and what your business should have set up legally? And maybe you haven’t thought about it because you’re just hoping to slide under the radar? Either way, whether you’re just starting out or already well into your business you will want to tune into this episode to learn more about ways you can save yourself time and money while protecting your business. Be sure to listen until the end as Dana gives us all some great takeaways! What's the best career advice you have ever received? It's never too late to change directions. What is your proudest career accomplishment and why? Starting my own law firm. It gave me the opportunity to work with my target clients. What has been the hardest career moment and how did you overcome it? Making the decision to walk away from my law firm job. Trusting the process and having the support of key people in my life. Favorite quote: “Find something you're passionate about and keep tremendously interested in it.” - Julia Child Connect with Dana Mi

  • YTE 045 Branding with Bianca Broos

    YTE 045" Branding with Bianca Broos

    05/03/2020 Duración: 41min

    What is branding? How is branding different from marketing? Is branding different from marketing? Why crafting a brand identity for your business is so important and how to own your own business while also being a mom. -------- What's the best career advice you have ever received? This is not about fame. It's about impact. "Fake it til you make it.' It’s a thing we say. It’s meant to be encouraging: “you got this, it’s doesn't have to be perfect, act as if and the rest will follow...” Great. But, in my experience, humans have what it takes. We don’t need to fake it. Confidence comes from knowing who you are and knowing when you don’t know what you need to know, but feeling good about asking for help, being curious about new possibilities.  Running this company, I’m continually confronted with ideas, needs wants of clients and their brand. Our job is to make it, with humility and grace, confidently making the next good decision. You don’t have to fake it. You’ve got what it takes. And when something new c

  • YTE 044: Build your Mighty Network with Gina Bianchini

    YTE 044: Build your Mighty Network with Gina Bianchini

    27/02/2020 Duración: 44min

    Discover the power of a Mighty Network, the platform you should be aware of here in 2020, for building your online community – it will take your business to the next level! Also, find your big purpose and reframe how you look at selling! -------- Gina Bianchini is the Founder & CEO of Mighty Networks. Her mission at Mighty Networks is to usher in a new era of creative business built on community. Mighty serves “creators with a purpose” selling experiences, relationships, and expertise to their members via community, content, online courses, and subscription commerce–all offered in one place under the creator’s brand. Before Mighty Networks, Gina and Netscape co-founder Marc Andreessen launched Ning, a pioneering global platform for creating niche social networks. Under her leadership, Ning grew to ~100 million people in 300,000 active social networks across subcultures, professional networks, entertainment, politics, and education. In addition to Mighty Networks, Gina serves as a board director of TEGNA (

  • YTE 043: How to hire a virtual assistant with Trivinia Barber | Priority VA

    YTE 043: How to hire a virtual assistant with Trivinia Barber | Priority VA

    20/02/2020 Duración: 54min

    In this episode, we talked about speaking on stage, VA hiring, marketing, how to ask yourself those tough questions you need to be asking right now, how to stand out in Facebook groups, why niching down is so important and how it will save you money. Bonus, learn how Trivinia grew a 7 figure business while working a full-time job. -------- What's the best career advice you have ever received? “You’ll never fully embrace being a CEO as long as you’re acting like an employee for someone else.” - Todd Herman What is your proudest career accomplishment and why? Growing a business to 7 figures while still working nearly full time. It took tenacity, grit and a lot of perseverance to deliver high quality for my clients, and create a business that I loved. What has been the hardest career moment and how did you overcome it? Hands down the worst day in business and one of my biggest learning lessons came when I lost one of our biggest clients because he lost funds. I had to tell 13 VAs that they no longer had a job. T

  • YTE 042: Screw the Nine to Five with Jill Stanton

    YTE 042: Screw the Nine to Five with Jill Stanton

    13/02/2020 Duración: 52min

    In this episode, get to know how Jill and her husband Josh Stanton started their business and what lead them to Screw the Nine to Five. What obstacles did they have to overcome? Are these obstacles similar to ones you are facing right now? What is "the plan" and did they have one in place?  This episode is packed full of golden nuggets – everything from getting started in business to how to grow your business through testing and pivoting along the way! Bonus, get an inside peek into what’s in-store for Screw the Nine to Five in 2020! “You are 100% responsible for everything you become, do or have -- which means you can create MAGIC if you learn how to upgrade the way you think.” - Jill Stanton -------- What's the best career advice you have ever received? James Wedmore -- he said, “You can start to predict your future by looking at your thoughts, feelings and actions you’re taking today.” It rocked my whole world and kicked my ass into gear! What is your proudest career accomplishment and why? I would sa

  • YTE 041: (Re)Human with Kristina Hoyer

    YTE 041: (Re)Human with Kristina Hoyer

    06/02/2020 Duración: 01h02min

    Learn how Veteran Navy Rescue Swimmer Kristina Hoyer turned her life around after health issues forced her to leave her dream job behind. This is a powerful, jam-packed episode – everything from mindset shifts, self-doubt, opening the doors of availability to your audience, investing in yourself, emotional tolls we go through, giving yourself permission and so much more! Struggling to find your next client? Find out how Kristina landed her first client – the location might surprise you. Learn about Kristina’s 5 pillars of wellness and how you can live a healthier lifestyle and what you should be doing with your social media accounts – trust me, this feels so good! Be sure to listen all the way through so you can find out the 1 question you should be asking your clients! Plus, we dive into some organizational tools too! -------- What's the best career advice you have ever received? The best career advice I have ever been given was that "you just have to be a sophomore to the freshman" and it was from my busine

  • YTE 040: Build a better beta course with Lindsay Padilla

    YTE 040: Build a better beta course with Lindsay Padilla

    19/12/2019 Duración: 48min

    In this episode, we talk about quitting a full-time job, selling everything to travel around the world and run your business on the go. Find out what was a game-changer for Lindsay in her business that every entrepreneur needs to hear as well as what an online course really should be for all you course creators out there you better tune in! Also, find out how you can turn what you love doing into a business and how you can hire support. -------- What's the best career advice you have ever received? Do what feels good. What is your proudest career accomplishment and why? Creating BBB and serving over 300 students. I LOVE helping people launch WAAAAY faster than they ever thought possible because of bad advice from marketers ;) What has been the hardest career moment and how did you overcome it? Having to let a team member go. I realized that there were possibilities for BOTH of us after they left. Connect with Lindsay at www.lindsaympadilla.com Find Lindsay on Facebook and Instagram ---------------------------

  • YTE 039: Visibility is power with Roshanda Pratt

    YTE 039: Visibility is power with Roshanda Pratt

    12/12/2019 Duración: 46min

    In this episode, we talked about going from a TV producer to this “corky thing” called entrepreneurship. Discover why Roshanda left her full-time job, what she is doing now, and what social media tool has been a game-changer for our businesses. Tune into this episode and start being seen today! -------- What's the best career advice you have ever received? My father would make me as a 4th grader watch the news. He told me as an American citizen its my responsibility to know what's going on in my country and community. My father's advice has helped me for 20 years cover stories that impacted my community and nation as my responsibility and not a privilege. What is your proudest career accomplishment and why? My proudest moment is covering stories that put my station in the national spotlight from the removal of the confederate flag to the Charleston church shooting. Tough stories but I helped to write history. What has been the hardest career moment and how did you overcome it? The moments when you can't help,

  • YTE 038: Turning your creative outlet into a business with Roseanne Nichols

    YTE 038: Turning your creative outlet into a business with Roseanne Nichols

    05/12/2019 Duración: 48min

    In this episode, we talk about the struggle of working a full-time retail job with inconsistent hours, life and trying to run an expensive side gig (an MLM). Find out what Roseanne did to fight the overwhelm and what she’s doing this time around that is different for her business, not another MLM business. “Giving a piece of yourself.” - Roseanne Nichols -------- What's the best career advice you have ever received? Do what you love and you will never work a day in your life :) - My dad What has been the hardest career moment and how did you overcome it? Being able to walk away from something that no longer served me despite what others told me I would be losing out on. Connect with Roseanne on Facebook ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Join The Yes to Entrepreneurship Network where we pair you up with the right resources – people, community, tools, and support – that help you START and we that make scaling your business online easier!

  • YTE 036: Where do I fit with Adelle Stoll

    YTE 036: Where do I fit with Adelle Stoll

    28/11/2019 Duración: 48min

    In this episode, we talked about owning your creativity and embracing it as your unique superpower. We also talked about owning a retail store, the challenges one faces, how to overcome a huge loss of inventory, and why it’s so important to look at what you’ve accomplished! -------- What's the best career advice you have ever received? Architect Tom Kundig gave a talk in Santa Rosa a few years ago when I was acting as an architect on a design-build project. He advised me to embrace the problems of a project. He said that the best designs hit challenges that drive them to be great. I use this idea as fuel in everything I create. What is your proudest career accomplishment and why? With no restaurant experience, I created a successful and profitable restaurant concept. I wrote a menu, bought wine, created all marketing, waited tables, tended bar, covered the chefs days off and created a profitable biz right outa the gate. It was where I learned that I can do anything! What has been the hardest career moment and

  • YTE 035: Crafting your confidence with Vicki Smith

    YTE 035: Crafting your confidence with Vicki Smith

    21/11/2019 Duración: 37min

    In this episode, we talked about how Vicki, a single mom who also works a 9 to 5, finds the time to run her own crafting business. Vicki shares with us how she runs her business, what tools and tricks she uses in order to make things work as well as how she has grown her confidence through the power of…tune in to find out! -------- What's the best career advice you have ever received? The one that stands out is "There is no such word as can't" by Jules White (Dragon Slayer & a previous guest on the Yes to Entrepreneurship podcast) Live it Love it Sell it What is your proudest career accomplishment and why? I have gained so much confidence over the past 18 months or so, I have won several twitter awards (Queen of Resin Pendants/ Creative Biz Award which resulted in a radio interview and a social media award. I was also interviewed by you way back when I was nervous and shy and have done a podcast since). I go live several times a week doing the News over at Heartizan and have been asked to take the lead on

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