Today’s podcast features an interview with one of my favorite women in business, business coach Ana Ottman of Creatuitive Coaching.
Ana talks about quitting her day job to become a business coach and reveals why she works exclusively with women.We also dish about business plans—namely, does anyone actually look at those things once they’re written?
At the end of the call, Ana gives some specifics about the online class we’re offering next month, Spark! an e-course to ignite your small business.
Ana is a fanatic about entrepreneurship, self-care, and creativity. She provides business consulting to daring and gutsy women business owners who are seeking to work less and make more. Her clients credit Ana with re-connecting them to their intuition, giving themselves permission to design lives that are non-typical, and developing strong personal brands that inspire.
With unemployment cresting 10%, there’s been no better time to stand out from the crowd. But you can’t stand out with a boring bio. Whether your bio appears in the “About” page of your web site, alongside a resume, or in a press kit, it needs to reflect the sparkly, successful woman you are.
Nancy Juetten can help. She appeared in episode 15 of the One Woman Marketing podcast to discuss do-it-yourself publicity.
Today Nancy’s back to offer some great tips on creating a compelling bio that reveals the real you.
In episode 20, Say Goodbye To Boring Bios, you’ll discover the four S’s that make a really great biography and some common mistakes people make when writing their own. You can discover more about Nancy Juetten at her website, Main Street Media Savvy, or click the image below to check out her newest product, “Bye-Bye Boring Bio Action Guide.”
Disclosure: I’m using an affiliate link here. But if you enter my name, Kelly Watson, into the comments section of the purchase screen, you’ll also get Nancy’s “147 Powerful Tips To Profit From Free Publicity,” absolutely free.
In today’s podcast, I also discuss my own experiences launching my first product, the Small Business Blogging Blueprint. If you’ve ever created an information product or think you might in the future, you’ll definitely want to listen in.
Do you wonder if you really can earn a living doing what you love? Do you feel like your right-brain and left-brain are mortal enemies? Creative entrepreneurs struggle with issues like these on daily basis.
On episode 19 of the One Woman Marketing Podcast, Lisa Sonora Beam explains how keeping a visual journal can help you solve even your toughest business problems.
Lisa is an artist and the author of “The Creative Entrepreneur,” a beautifully-illustrated book that takes a creative approach to business development. Lisa also offers online workshops for people who want to tackle business challenges in a group setting. Discover more about Lisa and read her blog at CreativeEntrepreneur.biz.
I featured few photos from my own work with “The Creative Entrepreneur” on a previous blog post, “What To Do When Your Business (Or Your Life) Needs Fall Cleaning.” Check it out, or post links to your own exercises from the book in the comments section below.
This month, artist and creative entrepreneur Marisa Haedike joins me to chat about video marketing, online classes, and life as an artist online.
Marisa is the creator of “Creative Thursday,” a web site that encourages people to take one day a week to honor their creative sides. She’s also a blogger, podcaster and painter.
Get more information about Marisa’s class, “In The Fishbowl: Life As An Artist Online,” which just opened for registration and is filling up fast.
I was also involved in another podcast this month called “Creatively Wired,” by my friends Anne Kirby and Max Phillips of Not Bad Design. (You may recall that Max was interviewed in episode 13, “Not Bad Graphic Design.”) Continue reading