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- 08/13/14--05:00: _LY Podcast Ep. 21 F...
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- 03/26/14--04:00: LY Podcast Episode 13: Dana Sitar – Crowdfunding Campaign
- 04/02/14--07:16: LY Podcast feat. Jessica Williams from Mac’s List
- 04/16/14--04:00: LY Podcast feat. Kent Wyatt from ELGL
- 04/23/14--04:30: LY Podcast Episode 16: Kevin Kermes from All Things Career
- 04/30/14--04:00: LY Podcast feat. Emily Kapit from Refresh Your Step
- 05/07/14--04:00: LY Podcast feat. Stacey Winget on Entertainment & Photography
- 05/28/14--04:00: LY Podcast feat. Tina Lee from MotherCoders
- 07/30/14--05:00: LY Podcast Feat. Tanya Geisler
- 08/13/14--05:00: LY Podcast Ep. 21 Feat. Terry Starbucker St. Marie
- 08/27/14--05:00: LY Podcast Ep. 22 Feat. Danny Iny
- 09/24/14--05:00: LY Podcast Ep. 23 Feat. Christie Mims
- 12/03/14--06:00: LY Podcast Ep. 24 Feat. Tim Grahl
- 02/26/15--05:00: LY Podcast Ep. 25 feat. Shannon Whitehead
- 04/08/15--05:00: LY Podcast Ep. 26 feat. Laura Leigh Clarke
- 05/28/15--09:35: LY Podcast Ep. 27 feat. Ann Christiano
- 07/21/15--05:00: LY Podcast Ep. 28 feat. Rick Turoczy
Dana Sitar from WritersBucketList.com shares her experience with creating a crowd-funding campaign through Ingiegogo. An experienced launcher, Dana decided to tackle a new approach to raise funding for a series of courses to help people self-publish their work, without losing rights or spending a lot of their own money.
She shares what she learned from the experience, advice to consider before tackling your own crowd-funding campaign, and what's next now that the fundraising part of the process is over. Also, tune in to find out if her campaign was a "success."
Jessica Williams from Prichard Communications and Mac's List, shares her experience of her professional life launching with her personal life. Leaping into the unknown because she just knew she was in the right place, working through new work tasks, and successfully growing her client's reach by over 50% - several years running.
She shares what she learned on her journey and how great it was for her professional launch to create and ignite a personal launch, at the same time.
Kent Wyatt co-founded Emerging Local Government Leaders (ELGL) after a difficult career transition when he relocated to Oregon. He has thrown the doors wide open and brought transparency back into the realm of local government to help others launch their careers and grow and get involved.
He shares his “launch” moment – which starts at his future retirement party. How he makes career decisions and navigates the path of career and life with Pearl Jam at the end of the line.
Kevin Kermes from All Things Career, shares his experience launching several different launches including new sites and a podcast, all at once. He talks about how he determined it was time to spin off into new brands, how he managed fear, and how to figure out what your audience really wants.
Kevin pulls back the curtain on his business and shares how he starts with the audience he has and continues to provide incredible value to them before launching into new space.
Emily Kapit is the founder of ReFresh Your Step - a career advisory company that she started after leaving the Finance industry to go out on her own. Through many iterations of her company, she has successfully scaled her original service of providing resume services to be a full career advisory with a staff of people working with her.
She shares her launch motto, which is growing organically - without being afraid to change directions and taking the blinders off. Following her own advice, she walks us through how she has scaled her business and her ultimate networking strategy.
Stacey Winget is an events and casting photographer in the Los Angeles area for her own photography studio, Stacey Winget Photography. After having a successful career in the world of entertainment in casting and producing, she decided to listen to the advice the universe was giving her, and decided to turn her side hustle into a full time business.
She shares her first year struggles, how she managed the leap into entrepreneurship and her best advice to others who are looking to start their own photography business.
Tina Lee is the founder of MotherCoders - a non-profit helping working moms grow their coding skills in the Bay Area. After having her first child, Tina had a difficult time being able to increase her coding skills while looking after her young one. An epiphany - she probably wasn't the only mom who needed childcare assistance to find the time/space to learn.
Her organization just finished their first beta test and are in the process of raising more money for round two... and also figuring out what the next stage will look like. She shares her struggles, ideas, her measures of success, and the best advice she has for anyone starting a non-profit (or any other venture).
Tanya Geisler is a leadership coach and leading expert on the Impostor Complex - having helped hundreds of people be more of who they are supposed to be and step into their starring role. Having successfully launched several different programs, products and coaching services, Tanya's approach to launching is to focus not only on over-delivering, but also on listening to her audience's needs.
In this episode, Tanya shares the launch of her free ebook which you can get here, 12 Lies of the Impostor Complex (and One Truth) - which was the culmination and philosophy of all of the work that she does. But the ebook is really just a primer to her biggest launch ahead - her program, Step Into Your Starring Role. This will be the fourth time she launches this program, but each iteration has a different focus, target audience, and core deliverable - with the same life-changing content.
Terry "Starbucker" St. Marie is a former corporate executive turned entrepreneur and Angel investor, who is known for his More Human Leadership mantra. He has a very successful blog and is in the process of launching a new magazine for entrepreneurs called Built Oregon.
In this episode, Terry shares his current launch progress, why he decided to focus on building a magazine for entrepreneurs, and how to apply being More Human in every aspect of your life.
Danny Iny has been a life-long entrepreneur and is the founder of Firepole Marketing - one of the best online resources to learn how to market successfully and painlessly. Danny gained notoriety after he was featured everywhere, after writing over 80 guest posts in one year - which then urged him to create his first viral product Write Like Freddy.
In this episode, Danny shares how he creates and launches successful, income-generating, and useful courses. Throughout the interview, he provides many insights, scripts, and shares his secrets to various launch and marketing strategies.
Christie Mims believes that everyone should be happy in their career (something I fully agree with!) and she's started a revolution to get you happy at work. Launching her first big JV/affiliate program for her flagship product, Christie pulls back the curtain mid-launch to share her mid-launch strategy.
In this episode, Christie talks about why she decided to get affiliate partners, how she's using Jeff Walker's Product Launch Strategy to deliver content and attract more customers, and what she's learning in the process.
Tim Grahl, for many years, was the man behind bestselling books and authors - helping them launch their book onto the list and create a platform and audience to help them engage with their fans online. As a long-time follower of Tim's, I was excited to get his take on launching - and he shares with us two launches of his course, Instant Best Seller.
As you'll hear, Tim shares specific and actionable information on what he did to take his course from disaster to a high-performing launch - and how you can too.
Shannon Whitehead from Factory45.co, is a distinguished sustainable apparel designer, who now helps other aspiring designers learn how to take their design idea to launch. Can you imagine - having a fashion sketch and then finally knowing how to get it made?
In this episode, Shannon talks about her accelerator program Factory 45. She walks us through two different launches with different approaches and what her best advice is, for people looking to create their own program.
Laura Leigh Clarke from ProsperityQM is a successful author and coach, not to mention a recovering quantum physicist cum prosperity creator, profiler, and also actor, martial artist, and die hard Dr. Who Fan. She was running a very successful coaching business following the success of her book, Wire Yourself for Wealth, when she realized she was a vanilla life coach.
In this episode, Laura talks about her realization that she wasn't be uniquely who she is and how she pivoted her business to let her authentic self shine through... and how that impacted her business and life.
Ann Christiano is a professor at the University of Florida and created frank - an event bringing together communicators for social change. Stepping outside of her comfort zone when it launched, Ann shares how frank came to be and perhaps, a future shift in the way of the working world.
In this episode, Ann talks about the importance of community events, how to build partnerships with others and being your most authentic self at work - and how that impacts others.
Rick Turoczy is a serial entrepreneur with many successes under his belt - all stemming from a popular blog about the Portland, OR startup community. Rick has applied his experience to an accelerator program in Portland called PIE - the Portland Incubator Experiment.
In this episode, Rick talks about the creativity of entrepreneurs and how, through various endeavors, helps entrepreneurs interact more creatively. And of course, how to ask for help to succeed (or fail faster).