In this episode I talk about how cataloguing my blog content helped me listen to my audience in a whole new way. I also break down the steps I took to catalogue my content for big results.
If you're feeling like your content isn't getting you the results you want, and you don't have readers or listeners reaching out to you with feedback that can help you improve your content, then cataloguing your content can help you recognize where you could be improving.
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One of the best pieces of advice I've received when it comes to delegating tasks is to always create a video of the actual task to share with the person you're delegating to.
Simple, effective, and smart.
In this episode I talk about all the benefits of creating training videos, along with an actual process of how I create training videos here at EOFire.
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We hosted the 1st ever Podcasters' Paradise Cruise Nov 1 - 7, 2015. It was an incredible experience - one I know we'll never forget.
In this episode I talk about how the Cruise came to be, our lessons learned, and my top takeaways from the speakers' sessions.
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In this episode I talk about 3 ways to get noticed that I've used in order to land speaking engagements, along with the 3 major benefits that come with speaking engagements.
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Now that you have your product or service idea validated by your audience (thanks to episode 131), what happens next?
How are you supposed to share this incredible new product and service with the world so you can continue to grow your business?
In this episode I cover the top 4 tactics for marketing your products and services.
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You know that famous saying "Build it, and they will come"?
I really don't like that saying, because it's the opposite of what I believe creating products and services should be about.
Instead, I like to focus on finding out what the need is FIRST - what your audience's BIGGEST pain point is - and THEN finding out ways you can create products and services that can help solve that pain point and get your perfect customer to where they want to be.
In this episode, I share a 4-step process you can start following today in order to figure out what the right products and services for your audience are.
Post that accompanies this episode: http://www.eofire.com/episode131
Ever get out of bed in the morning and wonder whether or not you can handle another day of hard work when you continue to see little results?
How do you get unstuck in business when no matter what you do - what you invest in, what you read, what you create - you're still not where you want to be?
In this episode I team up with a Fire Nation faithful to talk about 3 ways to get unstuck in business!
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One of the best ways to start creating systems and processes in your own business is to break down the task or project you're about to start into individual steps.
This not only ensures you're going to have a record of every single step you take each time you do something in order to actually get that thing done, but it'll also help you double check yourself in the future so you don't forget something super important.
In this episode, I share how to publish your website in 7 steps!
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You've already launched your podcast, and you're loving every minute of it; congrats! ...but now you're wondering how on earth you're supposed to keep up the momentum and traction the iTunes New & Noteworthy push is pumping into your podcast.
In this episode I share the 7 strategies I've been using over the past year to grow my podcast audience. If they're working for me, then I know they can work for you, too.
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There are a lot of projects we come up against in our business that are intimidating, overwhelming - too massive to even know where to start. And so we put them off, set them aside, and they never get done.
In today's episode I'm going to share how I've tackled a massive project in our business by leveraging the SCRUM method: breaking it down into SCRUM projects, Sprint preps and Sprint periods.
Post that accompanies this episode: http://www.eofire.com/episode127