Solopreneur Success

Solopreneur Success

The Solopreneur Coach™ Steve Coombes along with solopreneurs and business leaders from around the world share their best business tips, tools and strategies for growing your own solopreneur business while designing a life you’ll love in every episode. Visit solopreneurcoach.com to join Steve’s free Solopreneur Success Connections™ community and get live monthly business training sessions, networking opportunities and more.

Episodes

February 20, 2022 49 min
Branding is a big topic with many gurus claiming to have all the answers on how to do it right. Austin Franke, founder of WooPunch, says those gurus are wrong, and he has the data to prove it.
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Twenty years ago, Daniel Giordano took a leap into the internet marketing industry and developed a business that provides him an enviable lifestyle including fulfilling his most important goal of spending more time with his family.
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Even the most successful people have self-limiting beliefs. Darren Reinke has spent years coaching and training entrepreneurs and CEOs to overcome these beliefs to become great leaders.
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Social media ads can dramatically speed your success or waste a lot of time and money. After helping more than 500 clients with web design and social media marketing, Nicole Ouellette knows how to use social media effectively to build businesses better.
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LinkedIn is much more than just a social networking site. John Nemo literally wrote the book on turning LinkedIn into a potent tool to grow your business. John’s LinkedIn advice has featured in Business Insider, Inc. Magazine, and even LinkedIn’s official marketing blog.
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Resilience is the key to success. No one knows that better than Jamie MoCrazy, former X-Games and World Cup Professional Skier whose career came to a grinding halt following a monster accident that had medical crews completing a death report on her while still on the mountain waiting for a medevac. In today’s episode, Jamie talks about her long journey through recovery, starting her company, MoCrazy Strong, and how she’s using her ...
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Working with retainers can mean much more than a method of billing clients for longer-term projects. According to conversion optimization specialist Ben Froedge, well designed retainers can maximize your income, promote income stability and strengthen long-term client relationships, too.
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Chaos surrounds us all. Whether at your desk, in your home or in your brain, you’re almost guaranteed to find it. A professional organizer like Erika Salloux can help you declutter and focus on what’s important.
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Joshua Boswell’s dream was a great marriage with a big family while making tons of money in a home business. Today, Joshua’s copywriting business more than supports his extra-large family while giving him abundant quality time with his wife and 11 children.
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Technology helps us connect with the world – at a cost. When behavioural scientist Dr. Heidi Forbes Öste wrote her dissertation on using technology to make us more physically present, she found toxic relationships with tech virtually the norm.
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Are you ready to take the entrepreneurial leap and start your own business? Business accountability partners Josh Bien and Celestina Brunetti share their experiences getting started… and why continually waiting until you’re “ready” can simply hold you back.
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While tackling his fear of public speaking, Corey Poirier’s career could’ve taken a turn for the worst when his stand-up comedy set bombed twice on the same night. Since that night, Corey has built a public speaking empire.
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Most businesses that make the common mistakes Mr. Biz sees time and again fail. Listen and learn how to avoid them and get your business off life support.
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Alicia Butler Pierre, founder and CEO of Equilibria, wants to help you scale your business with less pain. How? By putting operations systems in place to link the people, processes and tools in your business needed to support profitable, sustainable and rapid growth.
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Alison Proffit, founder of Proffit Coach, wants to help you improve your profitability with every customer interaction. Her background in human resources, sales, and business startups has taught her what works… and what doesn’t… in sales and marketing.
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Karen Sahetya, founder of Brand Central Marketing, used to work with brands like Disney, Warner Brothers and Target. Now digital marketing has leveled the playing field and she's helping solopreneurs and small companies compete with the big guys!
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Sales psychologist Dr. Nancy Zare understands what makes buyers feel comfortable enough to say "Yes" to your offer. Understand how to talk to four distinct buying styles and your prospects will say "Yes" far more often.
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Despite Facebook's popularity, LinkedIn remains the premier social media platform to generate business leads. Digital marketing pro Sonda Eunus shares what's working now in LinkedIn Lead Generation straight from her team's own internal results.
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Storytelling expert Dave Bricker says stories are the single most powerful form of human communication. Which means stories are important to your business whether you head a Fortune 500 company or are just starting your entrepreneurial journey.
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Direct marketing pro Mike Capuzzi says if you want to quickly build credibility with prospects and turn them into new customers, there may not be a more powerful way than by offering them a short, helpful book that solves real problems using your expertise.
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