A mysterious faux-person makes an email introduction to a possibly real person in a strange marketing scam. We try to figure out who these people are and what they want.
We talk about the perils of DIY and why everyone should learn to delegate. We also summarize our top 10 travel tips for entrepreneurs on a budget.
We’re not “lifestyle entrepreneurs” who work from the beach. But we like to travel, and you can too, even on a budget. You just need a little bit of travel smarts.
Last we left off, we were on our way cross-country. Some two dozen states and 11 weeks later, we learned a lot about ourselves and our business along the way. Like why we stopped podcasting. And how to live without a plan.
When a friend and business partner started his own full time creative services agency, he asked us what he needs to be thinking about in order to run a successful business. Here are 23 things we came up with.
We talk about some major mistakes we made on our way to launching Podcaster’s Toolbox, why we got so lost in the weeds and what we changed. Plus we share ideas for getting unstuck when you’re overwhelmed and behind schedule.
We find out what happened to the Web.Search.Social puzzle, talk about dumb marketing tactics and discuss the importance of getting dressed for work even if you’re working from your kitchen table.
Today we talk about our new business venture, Podcaster’s Toolbox. We dive into what it is, where we are, how we got here, the mistakes we made along the way and the failures that we’ve learned from.
Today we’ve got lots of good takeaways about how to start, grow and scale a business. We talk with Jessica Rhodes of Interview Connections, a company that helps people find guests for their podcasts or get booked as a guest on other podcasts.
Today we talk with Daniel J. Lewis about how easy it is to react negatively on social media, and how to respond with love and kindness instead.