Why is watching people grow my biggest bonus from running my own business?
For me ...watching people grow means I'm doing my job.
...And benefiting in some way from what I'm trying to teach or inspire.
You getting to witness this change, a spark, inspired action, and someone finally doing something they’ve been putting off.
So, I’m breaking with my usual interview or masterclass style to give you this heartfelt love note to some of the people that remind me every single day why I do what I do.
Visit: http://www.annesamoilov.com/watching-people-grow for the complete show notes.
We usually chat with people after their first launch - so we can get that story of what happened, how they felt, what they changed up going forward… but this time, I there was no need to time travel or dig into the archives.
Kristoffer Carter has been working like a madman behind the scenes of some of the most important creators online. I got to know him last year when we joined forces to support our dear friend Jonathan Fields launch Revolution U and then again as faculty members in Jonathan’s intense, life changing GLP Immersion program.
But today - it’s all about Krissy. Here’s just a peek at what we get into on this episode:
We also dive into many topics that show how he lives his life from top to bottom - with a mission to be completely integrated, always practice radical introspection, and to make it his duty to have fun and rally people to have the best experience EVER.
Visit the show notes page to get all the resources and peeps we mentioned during the show over at: http://www.annesamoilov.com/show
What makes a brand a brand?
Is it the pretty colors? The fancy font? The pictures? The words?
Our guest today shares some tips on creating and evolving your brand that don’t require you to change the look of things and she believes that a company’s branding happens in the brain first as an experience not just by the oohs and aahs we might utter when we see a new font.
Here’s what you’ll learn in this episode:
How Pamela got her start (and it wasn’t online)
Some reassuring tips from Pamela’s first launch
Her simple approach to finding the right blogs to guest post and 2 big sites where she nabbed recurring writing roles
The only type of launch Pamela likes to do...and she does it every single time she launches
Pace Smith’s Tier System for launching
How to figure out your brand message and why it’s so important for your next launch
The one thing that you gotta know before you pick colors, fonts or any other type of visual styles on your website.
Ebook Evolution (aff)
Ever noticed how other people are running their businesses and wonder - how can I take a note from them and improve my business too?
Now I don’t mean you look at them and wonder - how I can BE like them. Or - why am I not as good as them? Or why can't MYYY business be THAT successful?
No, not envy.
I mean - really looking at the things they do every single day, every week, over and over again...and thinking hmmm maybe if I did those things I could improve my business too?
Over the last few weeks I’ve shared some business owners who taught me something about the way I want to run my own life (and business).
We looked at Amy Porterfield who shows by example how to be practical, take action, and keep things very simple and straightforward.
We featured Corbett Barr who believes in being useful and running a business with integrity at all times.
Then - last week we listened to Erika Lyremark who showed me the power of confidence and self-acceptance.
This week - we’ve got one more interview to point you to and that person has a little of all the first three in her. She’s been on the show before, but this interview was recorded back when she was taking the leap into the unknown and changing her business.
She leads by example always saying you can have the business you want - you get to choose. It’s your business, right?
I’m talking about Laura Roeder.
Check this final #TBT interview out where Laura talks about changing her business model when she first created a program back in July 2012.
Is there something in your business you want to change, but aren’t really sure if you should?
Listen to Laura and how she made her decision to change her own business.
In fact, check the show notes below and check out our interview from July 2014 where she talks about yet another venture she’s jumped into and succeeded.
Meet Edgar (Laura's latest big business addition)