In this “Name-Drop” episode, I name-drop Lewis Howes and his School of Greatness podcast. Specifically, his podcast episode no. 577, “How to connect with Influencers, Thought Leaders and Decision Makers”. All of this power connecting as Judy Robinett talked about in her top business book, “How to Be A Power Connector” and in her recent Boomtank interview with me (episode 50), is real. It involves real relationships and real business. As Judy and Lewis both say, it is a key to massive business success, accelerating both growth and profits. – Tune in and enjoy!Read More
In this Fast Take episode of the Boomtank Business Show podcast, I share two quick stories. The first, is in the quasi-leadership category. I read you the story of the most successful pirate of all time Hsi Kai, a Warrior Queen. The second story is one of re-purposing – a good one for your business. I share the story of the Eiffel tower and its redemption. – Tune in and enjoy!Read More
In this Fast Take Friday episode, I explore thinking big versus playing small and the Italian proverb, “Misfortune does not always come to injure.” – Tune in and enjoy!Read More
In this Name-Drop episode of the Boomtank Business Show, I name-drop the “DC Podfest”. I attended their podcast festival last Saturday and bring you not podcasting news per se – because most of you are not podcasting yet – but marketing tips that apply, no matter what you’re marketing. It’s great information you can use. – Tune in and enjoy!Read More
In this episode of the Boomtank Business Show, I name-drop Tedx Talks. Last week, I helped at Tedx Talks in Wilmington, Delaware. This was a Women’s Tedx Talk series. Next month, technology is the theme. Listen, as I quickly explain how Ted Talks differ from Tedx Talks and also share great Tedx Talk information for you and and your business, including – building bridges, not walls. – Tune in and enjoy!Read More
In this Fast Take Friday episode, I explore the link between doing things differently and your success. – Tune in and enjoy!Read More
In this episode of the Boomtank Business Show, my guest is Online Millionaire Business Starter Kimra Luna, a branding and business expert. From welfare mom to millionaire, hear how she did it. We also talk entrepreneurship, branding, pricing, course creation, failure, risk, perseverance, grit, spirituality and lots more. Listen to learn about Kimra’s “Be True Brand You (BTBY)” business starter program and her new blog, “Sacred Momma”. – Tune in and enjoy!Read More
In this Fast Take episode, I explore “When You Rise…” and the time I met Maya Angelou. Each day is a chance to say, “Today I rise … in every way.” Be intentional when you wake. Be aware of the gift of your life and the gift of life for others. Each day, say out loud – “Today I rise.” Years ago, I participated in a small poetry workshop with poet and renowned writer, Professor Maya Angelou. It was only for a few hours, but it changed part of me forever. Hope it changes part of you too. – Tune in and enjoy!Read More
In this episode of the Boomtank Business Show, I interview National Branding Expert and Online Business Superstar, Jenna Soard. She is a branding and design expert extraordinaire. Her consuming passion is helping entrepreneurs find their confidence through developing design, branding and course creation skills. She has worked for Nike and as a Professor of Branding, Design and Entrepreneurship at the University of Oregon and Forbes School of Business. She routinely has six-figure launches of her cutting-edge programs and courses. Jenna shares big business insights you can use. She talks branding, course creation and getting your course offers tested and launched, the right way. She talks Gary Vaynerchuck – yes, Gary V. recently coached her. She shares highlights of their time together and what the future might hold for she and VaynerMedia, as a result of that time together. – Tune in and enjoy!Read More
In this Boomtank Book Talk episode of the Boomtank Business Show, I talk about two books: W. Chan Kim, Renee Mauborgne ‘s Blue Ocean Strategy, How To Create Uncontested Market Space and Make the Competition Irrelevant and Wallace Wattle’s The Science of Getting Rich (which is really not a book so much about money as much as it is about living a full, meaningful, rich life).
The first book was first published in 2005, has sold over 3.5 million copies. It is an Amazon Best Seller. The other was published in 1910 and is a business and personal development classic. Nearly one hundred years apart, the authors all stress the need to create something new in business versus competing with existing businesses, industries and trends to win in the future. – Tune in and enjoy!