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440: Using Your Podcast to Pivot Your Business

David Hanscom has an entertainment company that provides DJs, photo booths and more for weddings and corporate events. David has also been featured on television, radio programs, industry magazines, as well as selecting the headlining talent at events such as Super Bowl XXXIX.  Getting Started David started podcasting and creation online content because it was…

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439: Making Interviews Easier So Your Message Can Shine

Mark Herschberg is the author of The Career Toolkit, Essential Skills for Success That No One Taught You. From tracking criminals and terrorists on the dark web to creating marketplaces and new authentication systems, Mark has spent his career launching and developing new ventures at startups and Fortune 500s and in academia. In this episode…

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438: Shifting Gears with Podcasting

Richard Haiduck is a former life sciences executive and mentor, and is the author of the book, Shifting Gears. In this episode, We will talk about how we can utilize podcasting to help grow our business as well as how you can be a great podcast host and guest.  Go Where Your Audience Goes It…

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437: The Four Patterns of Healthy People

Matt Norman is President & CEO of Norman & Associates as well as the author of the book “Four Patterns Of Healthy People”. In addition, Matt’s coaching and facilitation has helped Fortune 100 corporations, nonprofits and entrepreneurial firms to transform the way they engage employees and clients. Today’s episode of Success Road focuses on how…

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436: Creating a Podcast For Marketing Purposes

Emilie Aries is the CEO of Bossed Up, an author, a speaker, and also the host of the Bossed Up Podcast. We discuss pivoting during times of crisis, using a podcast as part of your marketing mix, having an advertiser on your podcast and also the unexpected opportunities that can come your way from podcasting. …

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435: Why Podcasting Is Important For Business

Sarah St. John is an entrepreneur, podcaster, author, animal lover, and world traveler. Her goal is to show people how to launch and manage an online business on a budget. https://www.thesarahstjohn.com/about/ Sarah’s Story Sarah started her entrepreneurial journey back in 2008. She decided that she wanted to work for herself and realized that she liked…

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434: Changing Your Life After a Plane Crash

Jason Osbourn is a LinkedIn coach and consultant with an incredible story. In this episode, he shares how he was involved in a plane crash and how he used that as a catalyst to help him change his life.  Jason’s Story Jason started his first business when he was 20 years old. He sold window…

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433: Inspiration to Write a Children’s Book

Lori Olinsky is the author of children’s books such as Being Small (Isn’t So Bad After All) and The Toothfairy’s Tummy Ache. In this episode, she shares the catalyst for her becoming an author and what it is has been like writing several books.  Inspiration to Write a Children’s Book Lori always wanted to write…

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432: Using Challenges to Find Leads for Your Business

Joschka Strakerjahn is the founder of the Launch Your Challenge Podcast and has built a successful business using launches. In this episode, he shares how you too can create a challenge.  Joschka’s Story COVID-19 changed everything for Joschka. Over the course of a few days, every one of his clients was gone. He went from…

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430: How to Overcome the Challenges and Avoid Self-Sabbotage

Today’s episode of Success Road features Lydia Lee. Lydia is the founder of Screw The Cubicle, a movement to inspire people to break free from the shackles of conventional work. Lydia works with talented professionals who want to repurpose their skills towards a more meaningful career. Lydia’s Story Of Becoming A Business Owner Lydia did…

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