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Episode 115 | Running a Values Based Business with Lisa Condon


Lisa Condon is the owner of Lisa Condon Enterprises, a company that sparks inspiration, innovation, and collaboration through gratitude. Lisa uses a combination of theory and practices from the Project Management Institute, Six Sigma, SCRUM, EQi, and Appreciative Inquiry. Lisa is a certified Six Sigma Black Belt, SCRUM Master, Certified Scrum Product Owner, and PMP. By combining her love of creativity and her passion for process, she is the founder and creator of GRATITUDE, a proprietary program designed to spark change. She is the author of the soon-to-be-released book, “Sparking Your Business, 9 Steps of Gratitude” Lisa has won awards in Public Relations, Event Development, and Business Solutions throughout the country.

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Episode 114 | Face to Face Marketing in a Digital World with Nick Aldinger


Nick Aldinger is the CEO of IBL Events, one of Idaho’s largest producers of tradeshows, conferences, and virtual events. Nick’s passion for helping individuals and companies grow is what fuels his passion. Over the past 20 years, Nick has had the privilege of being involved in multiple startups, working for the government, being an adjunct professor for Boise State University, and working for a Fortune 500 company Micron Technology. Nick is a results-oriented, decisive leader with proven success in new market identification, tactical & strategic planning, and leading diverse cross-functional teams. Nick was born and raised in Idaho and considers Idaho one of the greatest places to live. He even convinced his wife, who is from Alabama, that the Northwest will always be home. Nick received his undergraduate degree in Business Information Systems from the University of Montana and his MBA from Northwest Nazarene University. In his spare time, Nick enjoys spending his time with his wife and two sons while occasionally getting in a round of golf.

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Episode 113 | How Libraries Support Marketing Innovation with Yuki Graviet and Allison Maier


Yuki Graviet works for the Meridian Library District as the Business Liaison Librarian for the unBound business & tech location. Yuki is passionate about helping local business owners and entrepreneurs navigate resources that will help them thrive in Idaho’s rapidly changing economy. Allison Maier is the Communications Manager at the Meridian Library District. Allison is a nonprofit outreach coordinator, occasional freelance reporter and endeavoring fiction writer based in Boise.

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Episode 112 | How to Find and Keep Employees with Kim Sherman-Labrum


Kim Sherman-Labrum is a small business consultant with the Idaho SBDC, where’s she’s worked since 1998. In her capacity as a consultant, she is a professional small business cheerleader, tech-whisperer, mentor, and dream-booster focusing on the digital marketing space. She primarily works with entrepreneurs on their online marketing needs but also has specialties in start-up and franchise businesses. She’s an accomplished speaker/trainer who has developed and delivered content on many topics both locally and nationally.

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Episode 111 | What Drives Brand Reputation with Tracey Mooney


Tracey Mooney is the Director of Relationship Development and Brand Ambassador for Paul Davis Restoration. They provide mitigation and restoration services for families and businesses, and so much more. Paul Davis Restoration provides extraordinary care while serving people in their time of need.

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Episode 109 | Building a Non-profit from the Ground Up with Daniel Hodges


Daniel Hodges, JD, is an activist dedicated to assisting others with disabilities and chronic illnesses reach their full potential. While in law school, Daniel founded Peaces of Me Foundation; a nonprofit that promotes universal access and inclusion. Daniel’s perspective has been shaped by his experience as a blind man with chronic pain and other conditions. He has spent a lifetime surpassing the low expectations placed before him, and his personal calling is to help others do the same.

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Episode 108 | Secrets to Growing and Scaling Your Business with Taylor Ryan


Taylor Ryan is a 6x start-up founder originally from Washington, DC, but now living in Europe for the last 6 years. Taylor has 14+ years of marketing experience and is the CEO of KlintMarketing.com and GrowthSecrets.org. Taylor has 100+ keynotes over the last 3 years and was a finalist for the Ecosystem Hero of the Year 2020 Denmark (Nordic Start-up Awards). Taylor wears many hats; a start-up junkie, growth-hacker, CEO, corporate innovator, digital marketing agency owner, angel investor, and mentor.

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Episode 107 | Improve SEO and Build Your Online Reputation with Josh Greene


Josh Greene is the CEO for The Mather Group, a digital agency that solves marketing challenges for companies of all sizes. With over twenty years of experience creating and implementing digital strategies, Greene empowers top brands and individuals to shape their online presence to support their bottom line. He has worked with some of the largest Fortune 1000 companies, five of the largest nonprofits in the U.S., popular media channels, the third largest network provider in the U.S., two of the largest manufacturing companies in the U.S., and many software companies. He is a frequent speaker at conferences and industry events, including the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA), the AAF, ad:tech, SES, PR Summit, and Channel Advisor’s Catalyst conference. Before The Mather Group, Greene managed online and DRTV programs for industry leaders such as Discovery Channel, Time Warner Cable, 1-800-PACK-RAT, and Zippy Shell.

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Episode 106 | Words of Wisdom from My WHIM Life creator Wendy Alexandre


Wendy Alexandre is a Real Estate Consultant, Business Coach, and creator of the My WHIM Life podcast. Wendy wants to create a significant impact in this world by sharing Wisdom, Humor, Inspiration, and Motivation in such a way that you will use them to affect actual real change in your own life and the lives of others creating a ripple effect of goodness!

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Episode 105 | Decoding U.S. Export and International Trade Laws with Sarah Massie


Sarah Massie is President of S Massie Consulting LLC which provides export consulting, compliance programs, education, and training for companies to navigate the complicated laws and regulations for U.S. exports. Sarah has been engaged in international business for more than 15 years through her experience in government, sales, and education. She has planned, implemented, and organized international trade shows and state Governor led trade missions in over 10 countries throughout Europe, Asia and Oceania. Sarah is currently an Aerospace Liaison for the Idaho Manufacturing Alliance and previously served as the Secretary of the Board for the Idaho Aerospace Alliance and as a Board Member for the Boise Cricket Club.

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Episode 103 | Sharpening Your Entrepreneurial Edge with Nida Leardprasopsuk


Nida Leardprasopsuk is a top-tier business consultant, mindset coach, and former Fortune 500 executive with more than two decades of experience in marketing, business, and human psychology. Her consulting and coaching business centers around exceptionality, a key factor in her own success. She is the author of the One to Millions Entrepreneur and host of the One to Millions Entrepreneur podcast show. She also has a master’s and bachelor’s degree in Business and Marketing and is currently completing her research for a Ph.D. in Social Psychology. She is a professional certified coach (PCC) through the International Coach Federation (ICF).

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Episode 100 | Playing In and Outside the Sandlot with Marty York


This week’s episode highlights Marty York, known for his acting throughout the world, starring in movies and tv shows such as The Sandlot, Boy Meets World, and various other commercials for popular brands. Throughout this podcast, Marty and Rhea go back in time to talk about Marty’s upbringing in the acting world and what it took to get by as a young actor in California. They also talk about some upcoming projects and ventures that Marty is currently involved in.

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Episode 99 | Master Your Networking in a Day with Christopher Kai and Shelly Yorgesen


Christopher Kai is the founder & CEO of The Mathem Group, a Beverly Hills-based consultant firm that trains entrepreneurs and executives on how to become global speakers, branding and networking experts, and online consultants.
Shelly Yorgesen, Founder of The Veranda Network. An online group of businesswomen who support each other and help each other grow in business and life.

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Episode 98 | Why Podcasts are Crucial to Any Marketing Campaign with Brandy Whalen


Brandy Whalen is an ambitious leader excited by new challenges and opportunities. She ran a sales team of 5 right after graduating from the University of Iowa (she was the first in her family to attend college). Her entrepreneurial spirit has led her to found several companies, including her own PR agency, Whalen Media. She is also the mother of three boys and prides herself on raising emotionally intelligent young people. Brandy is a firm believer in having a strong personal narrative. That’s what inspired her to create Kitcaster, a unique agency with a singular focus – podcasts. Podcasts have become so much more than just an entertainment medium. To Brandy, they’re a critical component of any PR campaign. Startup founders, entrepreneurs, C-suite executives. These are the movers and shakers whose stories Kitcaster helps share. Storytelling is a powerful marketing tool, and Kitcaster seeks to leverage that among its diverse clientele.

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Episode 96 | How to Bring Humans and Search Bots Together with Jeff Coyle


Jeff Coyle is a data-driven search engine marketing executive with more than 20 years of experience in the search industry managing products and website networks. Jeff is the Co-founder and Chief Product Officer for MarketMuse, where he is focused on helping content marketers, search engine marketers, agencies and e-commerce managers build topical authority, improve content quality and turn semantic research into actionable insights. Before joining as Co-founder at MarketMuse, Jeff owned and operated his own inbound marketing consultancy and managed the Traffic, Search and Engagement team for TechTarget, a leader in B2B technology publishing and lead generation.

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Episode 95 | The Ins and Outs of Building a Startup with Curt Cuscino


Curt Cuscino is also the Co-Founder & CEO of GoodFetch, a finTech comparison-shopping platform for consumers that enables consumers to shop, compare from 20+ major carriers, and buy insurance in under 10 minutes from wherever they are, whenever they want. The platform also added personal loan comparison-shopping in 2020 as its next step towards simplifying the financial aspects of the modern digital human so they get back to living and waste far less time in this arena. Curt is also the Founder and CEO of HypeLife Brands, a progressive brand development + marketing agency helping B2C lifestyle startups & consumer-focused brands powerfully engage the Millennial generation. The agency is now headquartered in Southern California, in coastal downtown Oceanside. HypeLife Brands specializes in building, launching, and growing B2C/DTC lifestyle brands and startups, finely tuned for the ever-elusive Millennial generation.

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Episode 93 | How Sponsorship Helps Businesses Grow Their Brands with Ken Ungar


Ken Ungar is the President & Founder of CHARGE, focused on unlocking the power of sponsorships to enhance the brands and grow the businesses of the C-suite, sales workforce, and nonprofit space alike. Ken’s clients and collaborators have included Honda, Acura, the Los Angeles Dodgers, Coca-Cola, Disney, General Motors, Jim Beam, Microsoft, Reebok, and fifty-plus professional athletes in the NFL, NASCAR, and Indy Car. He’s been a lawyer, government official, and marketer, as well as serving as a league representative, event promoter, and business leader at the highest levels of professional sports. Ken’s experience in sports business, personal branding, media training, sponsorships, and endorsements, as well as agents and legal issues, inspired him to pen his second book, Sponsorship Strategy: Practical Approaches to Powerful Sponsorships. Ken’s also a veteran of the airwaves; you can find his interviews on ABC News, AP, CNN Money, ESPN, Forbes, Fox News, Good Morning America, LA Times, New York Times, Chicago Tribune, Washington Post, Sports Business Journal.

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Episode 92 | Implementing the GRIT Marketing Method with Christina Del Villar


Christina Del Villar is a Silicon Valley marketing executive, consultant, and author who geeks out on helping companies transform, grow and scale, leveraging technology with 25 years of experience at Fortune 100 companies and more than 15 startups. Christina has developed go-to-market and marketing strategies for exponential growth, new product launches, acquisitions, and IPOs, particularly for high-growth companies where she leverages her experience and industry perspective to take them to the next level. Christina’s GRIT Marketing Method focuses on helping marketing professionals to build smarter programs, be more efficient, and exponentially grow revenue to improve overall company performance. Her book, Sway: Implement the GRIT Marketing Method to Gain Influence & Drive Corporate Strategy, is due out in summer 2021.

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Episode 91 | Navigating the Cryptocurrency Ecosystem with Clay Space


Clay Space was born and raised in Albuquerque, NM, spent a short stint in LA, and moved to Idaho last May in search of an area that was more chaos resistant. Clay has extensive experience in the media/entertainment industry and has been an avid participant in the Bitcoin ecosystem for 8 years. Today, Clay is an investor and Bitcoin educator. His hobbies are writing, tennis, chess, jiu-jitsu, and guitar.

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Episode 90 | Rebranding Your Company and Building Community with Jenn Graham


Jenn Graham is on a mission to design a more inclusive world. An activist, designer, and civic tech entrepreneur, Jenn Graham is the Founder and CEO of Inclusivv, bringing diverse voices together for conversations that matter. Since starting Inclusivv as a social experiment in Atlanta, Jenn has built a global team and a digital platform that has already enabled thousands of conversations around the world—both in-person and virtual. Her clients range from Facebook to Coca-Cola, including beloved organizations such as The King Center, Sierra Club, and The Aspen Institute.

Featured as a “2020 World-Changing Woman in Conscious Business” by Conscious Media Company, and recognized by the Atlanta Business Chronicle as “Small Business Person of the Year – Rising Star” in 2019. Jenn’s work has also been recognized by President Obama and has received numerous awards for social impact and creative community engagement.

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Episode 89 | How Video Messages Build Trust And Boost Sales with David Jay

David is the founder and CEO of Warm Welcome and was recently named a Top 100 Tech Innovator and Influencer. David is a startup junkie, he has started service-based companies and several software companies. He believes that business can be a tool to help us build better relationships and connect us to a purpose far beyond ourselves. Warm Welcome exists because we believe that business, at its best, is personal and purposeful.

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Episode 88 | Branding Success in the Nightlife Industry with Steve Adelman


Widely recognized as the co-founder of the Avalon Nightlife brand, and with a career spanning over thirty years, Steve Adelman has earned a reputation for combining creativity and bottom-line economics into acclaimed projects worldwide. Since 1990, over eighteen million self-expression and entertainment seekers have walked through the doors of Adelman’s venues. Adelman received a BA from Kalamazoo College and a MA in Economics from Boston College. His first book, Nocturnal Admissions, is a humorous, behind-the-scenes look at the Nightlife industry in five major cities and will be released later this year by Santa Monica Press.

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Episode 87 | Diving into the Entrepreneurial Mindset with Mike Infanger


Mike Infanger is the owner of Infanger Insurance Inc., established in August of 2010. After a year of working for an independent insurance agency, Mike’s mom called him out of the blue and said she had a dream he starts his own agency. Initially, he told her he wasn’t interested in switching because he was making good money. But, that started the idea in his head. Then, after reviewing his book of business, and knowing that if he stayed, he’d continue to send half of his paycheck to the ‘house’, he decided he’d proceed with opening his own agency. Mike is also the founder of Entrepreneurs of Idaho an entrepreneurial networking circle.

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Episode 86 | Developing your Personal Power with Tyler Watson


Tyler Watson is a life and business breakthrough specialist and creator of the Abundance Alignment Technique, a revolutionary new high achievement strategy that goes beyond mindset and skillset to align every energy system in the body and dramatically shortcut the time and effort it takes to get real results. Tyler went from a place of depression, addiction, financial struggles, and not believing in himself to developing a process that helped change not only his life but also the lives of thousands of others in record time. Tyler has worked with businesses and teams, million-dollar coaches and public figures, and hundreds of entrepreneurs and families.

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Episode 85 | The Power and Payoffs of Creativity in the Workplace with Susan Meier


Susan Hamilton Meier is a brand strategist and visual artist and the founder of Susan Meier Studio. In her consulting practice, she helps marketing and sales teams across the healthcare ecosystem grow their brands and envision innovative ways to electrify their work. Drawing on her work as an artist, she brings a fresh, creative perspective to strategy. At The Boston Consulting Group, where Susan began her career, she became fascinated by the deep emotional connections that brands can build with consumers. She went on to work for boutique branding agencies, focusing on customer research, product innovation, and packaging design, and has had the privilege to work with some of the world’s leading corporations, including Unilever, Pepsico, Kellogg’s, Mars, Samsung, Genentech, and Novartis. Susan holds a BA in art history from Dartmouth and an MBA from Harvard. Her own creative output includes paintings, sculptures, jewelry, and children.

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Episode 84 | Protecting Your Financial Legacy with Kenner French


Kenner French is the host of Tax Club’s “Tax Tips with Kenner”, the CIO of VastHoldingsGroup.com, and founder of VastSolutionsGroup.com. Kenner’s work has been mentioned on NBC, Fox News, ABC, and Forbes.com. He has authored two books, with a new one due out later this year, and is a frequent keynote speaker.

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Episode 83 | Getting Your Message Out to the World by Podcasting with Adam Adams


Adam Adams is the founder of GrowYourShow where they help you get your message out to the world. Their clients are getting ranked in the top 1% on Apple Podcast and other top charts which means one thing: His clients have more influence than 99% of the podcasts out there. Adam says the reason most podcasters fail is a lack of marketing. Which is why his niche is to manage that critical piece so you can have more listeners, more downloads, more ratings, and more reviews. Adam has a loyal following in the real estate industry as well as the podcasting industry. After selling his real estate podcast, he launched Podcast on Podcasting, which is ranked as the top podcast to help podcasters.

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Episode 82 | Support Your Creativity and Stay Profitable with Gabrielle Chipeaur


Gabrielle Chipeur is a creative professional who’s spent the last 16 years at the crossroads of design, technology, and online education. She’s worked with Fortune 50 companies, international best-selling authors, and world-renowned motivational speakers. She started her freelance business in 2010 after deciding to stay at home with her children and struggled in her business for 6 years because she was focusing on the wrong things. This led her to transform her business and document all the lessons in her book, Secret Weapon. She’s on a mission to stamp out the “Starving Artist” stereotype and on her podcast, The Well-Paid Creative, she talks about designing a business that supports creativity while being profitable. She lives just outside of Edmonton, Canada with a young family and a small menagerie of animals. When she’s not up to her elbows in tech she’s usually covered in paint or whipping up her latest embroidery or crochet project.

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Episode 81 | How the Speed of Change Can Impact Your Company with Tobin Lehman


Tobin Lehman is the founder of New North, an award-winning digital marketing agency dedicated to helping B2B technology firms grow. With over two decades of working with brands like Southern States, Pfizer, Thermo Fisher Scientific, Kimberly Clark, and a host of others, Tobin’s earned an industry reputation for taking the mystery out of marketing with clear strategies that earn real results. He currently resides in Frederick, Maryland, with his spouse and five children.

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Episode 80 | Understanding Audio Out-of-Home™ Advertising with Paul Brenner


With more than 25 years of experience in media & entertainment and technology leadership, Paul Brenner served in several c-suite roles including division President with Emmis Operating Company [NASDAQ:EMMS]. As President of NextRadio/TagStation, his work focused on global innovation through FM Chip activations in all smartphones for audience measurement, improved in-car user experiences, and data attribution platforms for all broadcast radio. In 2019, Brenner joined Vibenomics as Chief Strategy Officer to help develop the go-to-market strategy for the company’s first-to-market Audio Out-of-Home™ advertising solution. Following a successful launch, Brenner was promoted to President of Audio OOH to oversee all efforts surrounding revenue-generating activity and related partnerships. He also serves as a member of the DPAA Research and Standards Committee. In this program, Brenner collaborates with other passionate advertising industry leaders and advocates for all the positive impacts that are being made in the digital media landscape.

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Episode 79 | How to Promote a Book with Carrie Severson


Carrie Severson is the CEO of The Unapologetic Voice House, an independent publishing agency. She has been in the storytelling space for more than 20 years. After being published by an independent publisher, she spent five years pitching literary agents in the hopes of being published traditionally. She desperately wanted that traditional publishing deal. After 100 rejections from literary agents, she launched the company that could help women just like her – unapologetic in their story and looking for support. Now, she has the opportunity to walk the journey of developmental editing, publishing, and mentoring aspiring female authors throughout the world. After spending two decades in the storytelling world, she knows how to get a great book out into the marketplace.

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Episode 78 | How to Run Your Agency on Auto-Pilot with Marko Filipovic


Marko Filipovic is a young entrepreneur and the CEO of GoldenGateGrowth. He started his first agency in June of 2020 and has since scaled it to 7 figures. Marko specialize in helping people build automated systems so that they can run they agency on autopilot while bringing in infinite leads and having that 4 hour work week everyone dreams about. He also helps people use social media as a business platform using his unique strategies that have brought him the income he enjoys today!

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Episode 76 | 16 Ways to Connect and Network with Andréa Jones


As the creator of OnlineDrea.com, Andréa Jones and her team help small businesses create a BIG impact beyond their brand through authentic social media marketing strategies that focus on building a community of real and engaged followers. Andréa is also the creator of the Savvy Social School, a digital platform designed to teach its 100+ members (predominantly small business owners) how to implement organic social media strategies. For those businesses seeking a curated, done-for-you approach to growing an engaged online audience, Andréa and her team of seven serve nearly two dozen notable brands across the globe.

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Episode 75 | Getting Attention Online and Social Media Wisdom with Jay Jay


Jay is an international speaker and has been sharing his message for the last 15 years in over 30 countries. In 2009 he leveraged the social media platform YouTube to organically grow his channel to 57,000,000M Views online. Other than coaching clients to get to the next level, Jay also has a PR and social media agency helping clients get INFLUENCE & ATTENTION to get themselves seen and heard!

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Episode 74 | Pivoting Your Business in a Pandemic with Gequinn Mattox


Since 1986, Gequinn Mattox has worked for the University of Colorado and as a Program Coordinator on the Anschutz Medical Campus in Aurora, CO in the Center for American Indian & Native American Health. Since 2003, Gequinn has been an event planner & coordinator for a variety of events. She may be late to launch a business in the event planning industry, but Gequinn is not new to the industry and has been tagged to be the favored up-and-coming event planner of Colorado. Gequinn is a true “Event Slayer” in her own right.

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Episode 73 | Breaking Down OTT Advertising with Matt Wilson

Matt Wilson has spent 15-years in the radio industry, working in the promotions & marketing, programming, and on-air side of the business. He’s worked 7 years as marketing director for a group of 9 Nissan stores and is currently the account director at SilverBack Advertising. Matt also is the host of the Mostly Automotive Marketing Podcast, a bi-weekly-ish podcast all about Automotive Marketing. Mostly.

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Episode 72 | Autism Awareness and Making Clubhouse Connections with April Roga


Up until age 42, April convinced herself she was “less than”. First, because of the toxic relationship with her mom and THEN because she believed she was an inadequate mom to her nonverbal, autistic child. That was until she discovered she was April 2.0 after just 42 days of investing (not spending) time with her friend and mentor (and now husband), Roy. Having mostly overcome the difficult issues in her life, she is now April 2.0, the new and transformed version of herself. Because of her trials and breakthroughs, she is now in love with drawing out the dormant inner lioness within women and moms everywhere. By sharing transformational one-liners and teaching both the mechanical and mindset sides of live streaming, she helps women go from feeling inferior to owning their confidence. Once they are empowered, April connects them with their divine connections through her Netfriending® People Search Engine.

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Episode 71 | Marketing in the Wellness World with Victor Briere


Victor Briere, Ayurvedic Doctor, is the co-founder of Pacific Coast Ayurveda and the International Institute of Tantric and Vedic Sciences. Victor is a gifted pulse reader specializing in Ayurvedic diagnostic techniques and health counseling. With his in-depth, individualized approach to health, Victor offers clients and students a detailed and encompassing perspective on the underlying causes of imbalance. Victor’s approach to wellness emphasizes the role and importance of lifestyle and dietary balance. He offers the support often needed to successfully address the root cause of illness and restore the body to balance.

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Episode 70 | Hard Work and Building Relationships with Stephanie Worrell


Stephanie Worrell is the co-owner of From High Tide; a multi-channel consultancy firm dedicated to helping 1M women start their own businesses. An accomplished entrepreneur, business coach, and marketing professional, Stephanie is passionate about sharing her knowledge with aspiring entrepreneurs. She has personally guided and actively coached 200+ individuals through the journey of starting a new business, from overcoming fears to creating a business plan. Over the past decade, Stephanie has started and owned four companies and sold two. She is also a popular teacher at Boston University’s College of Communications, where she is committed to inspiring young people to follow their professional and personal dreams.

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Episode 69 | How to Achieve Great Customer Service with Dr. Kelly Henry


For 20 years award-winning chiropractor Dr. Kelly Henry helped his patients live healthier lives. With the foundation of providing exceptional customer service, Dr. Henry grew his clinics into one of the top producing chiropractic offices in the nation with multiple locations and doctors. Since 2018 Dr. Henry has used his system to coach business leaders on improving customer service to create incredible growth and profits.

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Episode 68 | Creating Fun in Life After Loss Without Guilt with Holly Rose Holland

Holly Rose Holland has fifteen years of experience as a spouse, twenty-four years as a parent, and eleven years as a survivor, supporting others who are experiencing grief. In moving through the grief process, she noticed many people were stuck around death, relationships, employment, and often changes in themselves. Holly has always wanted to write a book and enjoys sharing what she has learned about creating a life after loss.

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Episode 67 | The Importance of Buying Local with Jennifer and Wyatt of Buy Idaho


As Executive Director of Buy Idaho, Inc., Jennifer Mauk has been championing Idaho’s small business community since 2016. Her goal is to have all Idahoans “think local first” by supporting Idaho’s, robust and diverse, product and service industry. Through special events, marketing, and group branding, Buy Idaho has connected service providers and producers to the consumer for over 34 years. Her goal is to continue finding new ways to support the growth, viability, and sustainability of local communities while maintaining the unsurpassed quality of life Idaho has to offer.

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Episode 66 | Strengthening Your Emotional Intelligence with Brian Fretwell


Brian Fretwell is the founder of Finding the FIRES, the world’s first Emotional Intelligence “Gym”, where people come together to practice their people skills with members from around the world. Brian has spent the last twenty years teaching, coaching, and speaking on Leadership, Culture Change, and Personal Development. He’s run Emotional Intelligence workshops in mining camps in the Outback of Australia and the Arctic Circle in Northern Canada, he’s taught leadership on Oil Drilling Pads and the Gettysburg Battlefield, and he’s delivered keynotes from Istanbul, Turkey to inside his home office, exactly 35 steps from the kitchen. He is the author of the book “Experts of Our Potential” a book focused on changing how we view our own value. His Tedx Talk “What a Fifteen Year Old Meth Addict Taught Me About Leadership” has been seen by over 2.3 million people around the world. He lives in Boise with his wife Jamie, who just happens to be a Transpersonal Counselor. They spend their time taking walks and doing behavioral experiments on their dog Hank.

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Episode 64 | Getting Your SWAG on with Swire Ho

Born and raised in Hong Kong, Swire immigrated to Los Angeles in 1996. He is a proud Chinese American who speaks Cantonese, Mandarin, and English. He trained as a sound engineer, working at recording studios and entertainment agencies before starting his own firm, Hellman Production, Inc, 2003 in Los Angeles. Swire and his team successfully produced attractive, personalized DVD and CD cases and custom merchandise like T-shirts, earning a Score award in 2009, for small business success. His business eventually grew so popular, he decided to sell Hellman Production in 2013 to focus exclusively on the promotional product industry.

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Episode 62 | The Future of Podcasting with Darrell Calton


Darrell Calton, a 38-year radio veteran has been at the helm of Iliad Media Group, formerly known as Impact Radio Group since August of 2008. Calton, an experienced CEO of the broadcast industry manages 13 radio stations in Twin Falls and Boise, Idaho, an interactive digital division, and a media management company that provides various services to other broadcast groups. Iliad Media Group is headquartered in Boise, Idaho.

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Episode 61 | Podcasting for Businesses

If you are thinking about starting your very own podcast or just want to learn more about podcasting, then this is the episode for you! Rhea Allen, President, and CEO of Peppershock Media and founder of The Marketing Expedition teaches you about the tools, tricks, equipment needed, and things to keep in mind to get started and get going on your very own podcast journey!

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Episode 60 | Facebook for Businesses

A lot is changing! If you haven’t already noticed, Facebook for Business and Facebook Groups are undergoing some really exciting transformations and changes, and you need to be ready to take advantage of all the great tools, features, and benefits. Join us as Rhea Allen (President and CEO of Peppershock Media, and the Founder of The Marketing Expedition) takes you on a guided tour of these changes, new offerings, and opportunities.

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Episode 59 | New Marketing Trends for the New Year (2021)

With everything changing so fast, it’s hard to keep up with all the newest marketing trends, apps, and tools out there. Rhea Allen, President and CEO of Peppershock Media, and Peppershock’s Marketing Coordinator Jordan OKeefe will break it down, mix it up, and take you from “can’t even” to “yes we can build our brand and our bottom line!”.

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Episode 58 | Why You Need Video In Your Marketing Plan with Drew and Brian

Videos are more popular than ever, and in a time where almost everyone has the ability to take one and upload it online, this trend is only going to continue to skyrocket! Literally, every business or organization will need some video production done at some point, either to educate, inform, entertain, or advertise to their target audience. In this week’s episode, Drew Allen and Brian Staudinger, the video team at Peppershock Media, go over everything you need to create a professional-looking video that will be sure to grab the attention of your audience.

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Episode 57 | Internal Marketing During a Pandemic with Chris Wallace

Chris Wallace is the Co-Founder and President of InnerView, a marketing consulting firm that helps companies align their brand and product stories with their customer-facing teams. At InnerView, Chris draws from his nearly 20 years of sales, marketing, and corporate leadership to help companies engage their frontline teams in new ways, producing improved customer experiences and better financial results.

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Episode 56 | Scaling Your Company with Peggy Niles

Peggy Niles is a Profit Strategist and Business Mentor who helps 6 to 7-figure business owners transform their companies from the daily grind to one that keeps running smoothly while the owner focuses on the things that matter most to them. With 30+ years of experience, she specializes in scaling strategies, leadership, and process creation/management. She believes small business is the best way to make a difference in the world – that’s why she helps her clients grow and scale their companies, without the overwhelm or laboring endless hours, so they can fulfill their dreams and gain the freedom, and life, they’ve always wanted with the impact they deserve.

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Episode 55 | Discussing Podcast Marketing with Christopher Hines

Christopher Hines is the host of Podcasting is Branding and the top podcast expert for businesses and personal brands. Since 2015 he’s been hosting, producing, and managing podcasts. Now Chris owns the Elite Podcast Marketing Agency, where podcasters go to learn more and monetize their content. As a podcast producer and manager, Chris has generated over $20k through sponsorships and over 50,000 downloads on multiple podcasts. Also known as Coach Chris, he speaks around the world to business owners and companies about hosting their own podcasts. He’s been at Podfest, Podcast Movement, and several other events.

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Episode 54 | Ways That Business Can Support Nonprofits with Tobie Spears

Tobie Spears is the Executive Director of Guatemalan Humanitarian Tours, a non-profit organization that leads 11-day tours exploring the country, giving back, and having a blast while learning about life and how others live. Tobie graduated from the University of Utah with degrees in Sociology and Political Science and a Certificate in Criminology. She is lucky enough to have one awesome husband, two amazing daughters, and three crazy cats. Tobie fell in love with traveling when she was 17 and backpacked through Europe and drove from Utah to Canada with her two best friends. After college, she started traveling with her husband and daughters and in 2002 they spent 3 months backpacking through central Mexico. In 2013 they drove from Utah to Guatemala where they lived, worked, and volunteered for 3 months. Tobie stays busy working as a birth and postpartum doula and running her organization.

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Episode 51 | The Power of Your Story with Margy Feldhuhn

Margy Feldhuhn is the co-owner of Interview Connections, the first and leading podcast booking agency. Margy and her business partner Jessica lead an in-house staff of 13 employees in their Rhode Island office and have successfully scaled the agency to 7 figures. Margy joined the company in 2016 as a contractor, becoming the first employee in 2017 and equal co-owner by 2018. She has helped to quickly scale the business by designing and implementing systems to increase revenue, streamline operations, and achieve the highest quality client experience. Margy has taken on a creative role in the agency as well, co-hosting and producing podcasts and video content for the company. Margy is active in animal rescue and organizes a yearly fundraiser called Art for Animals. In 2019 she was recognized for her efforts with a “Humane Heroes” award. When she’s not busy rescuing pets in need, you can find her listening to true crime podcasts.

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Episode 50 | How to Retire in 7 Years with Natalie Lemas

Natalie Lemas is the host of The Journey, the only daily LIVE mindset coaching membership on the Internet! She teaches ambitious people how to become masters at manifestation. Through her techniques, she has reached a net worth of almost $10 million in 7 years. She believes everyone deserves to live their life by design and she’s committed to showing people how to make that happen!
www.natalielemas.com

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Episode 49 | Crisis Response and Reputation Management with Bill Coletti

Bill Coletti is a reputation management, crisis communications and professional development expert, a keynote speaker, a Wall Street Journal Risk & Compliance panelist, and best- selling author of Critical Moments: The New Mindset of Reputation Management. He has more than 25 years of global experience managing high-stakes crises, issues management, and media relations challenges for both Fortune 500 companies and winning global political campaigns. Bill is the CEO and Founder of Kith, a crisis response and reputation management firm.

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Episode 48 | The Intersection of Mindset and Marketing with Maggie Dennison

Maggie Dennison is a teacher and mentor for Mindset and Marketing. She combines her business experience as a Project Leader for a multinational company in Germany, with years of personal and spiritual development, coaching, and writing marketing materials. With this rounded background, she helps her clients with the nuts and bolts of marketing as well as getting them past those stuck places that stop them in their tracks. Nature feeds her spirit and in her spare time, you’re most likely to find her out among the trees. Maggie grew up in Northern Ireland and since leaving there, has lived in 7 countries…so far.

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Episode 47 | Success and Leadership Development with Brandon Buck

Brandon Buck created Infinite Strengths with the mission to provide an exceptional experience that will ensure all clients fully maximize their potential. Brandon’s passion for leadership development started with an opportunity to play collegiate baseball at Purdue University. After graduation, he began a career as a high school teacher and coach in Arizona. As the head coach of the baseball team, Brandon focused on character development first and baseball second. His top priority was to develop young boys into good men, husbands, and fathers. This focus equated to dozens of draft picks, collegiate athletes, state championships, and a nationally ranked program. Brandon developed district-wide leadership programs for students, teachers, and administration and was named a finalist for Teacher of the Year for the state of Arizona in 2010. Brandon became a professional leadership coach, facilitator, and speaker in January of 2016. Since then he has been helping incredible people enhance their lives and incredible companies enhance their business and culture.

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Episode 46 | Building a Company Through Personal Branding with Trillitye Paullin

Trillitye Paullin is the Founder and CEO of Free to Feed (www.freetofeed.com), a place for parents to find answers to their questions about infant food sensitivities, empowering them to continue their breastfeeding journey. Trillitye is the mother of two beautiful daughters who had severe infant food sensitivities. After processing the fact that she could hurt her children through breastfeeding, she started researching how to produce breast milk they could properly digest. It was when Trillitye discovered that many parents experience the same troubling situation that Free to Feed was born. In this episode, Trillitye shares with us her impactful story and how she built her company through personal branding.

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Episode 45 | Why Ice Hockey is Like Entrepreneurship with Zuzana Dobro

Zuzana Dobro is the founder of The WHO Method (www.thewhomethod.com), a system created to help entrepreneurs, coaches, authors, experts, and agencies to get to know their customers deeply and to avoid the pitfalls of attracting the wrong people.
Born in former Czechoslovakia, Zuzana escaped the Iron Curtain and moved to England, speaking very little English and with only £200 in her pockets. She gradually made her way working in the creative industry and landed her “dream job” as an interaction and UX designer. However, something felt odd. Zuzana had an unstoppable desire to fulfill a childhood dream to travel around the world. So she left her comfortable lifestyle and traveled solo for 2 years, even backpacked to Antarctica. It was after her trip where she merged her passion for adventure, travel, and human evolution with her design and creative problem-solving expertise, and embarked on her new journey of entrepreneurship.

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Episode 44 | Focusing on The Focus Project with Erik Qualman

#1 Bestselling Author and Keynote Speaker Erik Qualman has performed in over 55 countries and reached 35 million people. He was voted the 2nd Most Likeable Author in the World behind Harry Potter’s J.K. Rowling. He is the host of the popular Super U Podcast and his work has been used by the National Guard to NBCUniversal to NASA.

Buy Erik Qualman’s latest book The Focus Project: amzn.to/3c3lqXE

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Episode 43 | Wealth Management During COVID19 with Stuart Enterline

Stuart Enterline is a Wealth Advisor at Lefavi Wealth Management. He attended Pennsylvania State University where he earned three degrees in Finance, Accounting, and Economics, with a concentration in Statistics. Stuart holds Series 7 and Series 66 licenses and is actively engaged in researching financial markets and the economy. He is also working toward obtaining the prestigious Chartered Financial Analyst designation, one of the most difficult designations one can earn, in any industry. Stuart passed Level I and Level II on his first attempt and is currently studying for Level III. Originally from Erie, Pennsylvania Stuart is currently a resident of downtown Salt Lake City. He enjoys reading, playing sports, skiing, and sailing.

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Episode 42 | Ethical UnSelling with Tiji Thomas

Tiji Thomas is a Client Conversion Coach and a 7-Figure Sales Expert. Tiji helps coaches and consultants get maximum results with their organic and paid marketing efforts, by showing how to get more clients from consultations and strategy calls. He has personally produced over a half-billion dollars in sales using his “UnSelling System”. He loves serving people who love to serve others, and enjoys teaching how to get more clients using his integrity-based sales approach! Tiji has been happily married for 23 years and has two amazing children.

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Episode 41 | Marketing and Branding in Higher Education with Nikki Koontz

Nikki Koontz is the Executive Director of Marketing Communication for Southern Utah University. She is responsible for building, maintaining, and protecting SUU’s reputation and brand strategy. She has experience in public relations, crisis management, recruitment, advertising, video production, social media, and content development. Nikki was the Media and PR Manager for the Utah Shakespeare Festival for more than four years. She’s been an adjunct professor for the SUU Arts Administration program since 2014 and teaches courses on marketing, digital strategy, and event planning. She was a Hilberry Theatre Fellowship recipient and earned her MFA in Theatre Management at Wayne State University in Detroit, MI. She holds a BA in Theatre from California State University, Fullerton.

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Episode 40 | How to Stay Visible in Troubled Times with Jill Lublin

Jill Lublin is an international speaker on the topics of Radical Influence, Publicity, Networking, Kindness, and Referrals. She is the author of 4 Best Selling books including “Get Noticed…Get Referrals” (McGraw Hill) and co-author of “Guerrilla Publicity” and “Networking Magic”. Her latest book, “Profit of Kindness” went #1 in four categories. Jill is a master strategist on how to position your business for more profitability and more visibility in the marketplace. She is CEO of a strategic consulting firm and has over 25 years of experience working with over 100,000 people plus national and international media. Jill teaches a virtual Publicity Crash Course, and consults and speaks all over the world. She also helps authors to create book deals with major publishers and agents, as well as obtain foreign rights deals. Visit www.publicitycrashcourse.com/freegift and www.jilllublin.com/publicity

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Episode 39 | All Things Marketing with John Wall of Marketing Over Coffee Podcast

We are excited to have John Wall as this week’s guest. John is the producer of Marketing Over Coffee, a weekly audio program that discusses marketing and technology with his co-host Christopher S. Penn. He’s also a partner at Trust Insights (www.trustinsights.ai), a marketing data science firm founded by Christopher S. Penn and Katie Robbert. He has held positions specializing in Customer Relationship Management, Marketing Automation, and sales support systems at both venture-funded and privately held businesses, working with clients such as Amazon, Salesforce.com, Microsoft, and Oracle.

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Episode 38 | Be You and Build Your Brand with Paula Orezi

Paula Orezi is the Author of “From Me to You”, a book of motivational poetry. Her message is aimed at business-minded professionals or anyone wishing to start their own business and needing help to overcome mindset beliefs, being organized, or conducting sales through relationship-building. Paula’s WHY is to help people overcome destructive patterns regarding their thinking and daily investment habits. Paula has been featured in Podcasts that encourage others to live with purpose and dream BIG! The creation of the Paula O! Store (www.paulaostore.com) was founded on the concept of Be You! She has impacted many with her branded products that stand for the mission of empowering others to be themselves and find their life’s calling in an adventurous way.

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Episode 37 | Learning to Walk Again with Gina Gardiner

We are privileged to have International Bestselling Author and Motivational Speaker Gina Gardner as this week’s guest. Gina is an empowerment and relationship coach and a transformational leadership trainer with over 30 years of expertise helping people experience happiness, success, and fulfillment. She’s the founder of Thrive Together Tribe Membership and the Personal and Spiritual Development Program. Gina has worked with countless individuals, couples, teams, and organizations helping them to step into their potential, to learn the lessons from the past, and to recognize that there is a choice to step into their power and live a fearless life.

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Episode 35 | Being a Chief Motivational Officer with Dr. Mindi Anderson

We are excited to have Dr. Mindi Anderson of Maximize Solutions – Business Consulting and Coaching as this week’s guest. Working as a Chief Motivational Officer’, Dr. Anderson is also a veteran, volunteer firefighter, and an advisory board member for the Idaho Women’s Business Center. We talk about setting yourself apart and growing your business.

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Episode 34 | Networking with Shelly Yorgesen of The Veranda Network

Today we’re sharing with you a special conversation from a Facebook live interview with Shelly Yorgesen, Founder of The Veranda Network. An online group of businesswomen who support each other and help each other grow in business and life. We talked about relationships, Sales, Marketing, Networking and so much more.

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Episode 33 | Privacy, Cybersecurity and Protecting your Brand with Bradley Frazer

Brad Frazer is a copyright, trademark, social media, Internet, privacy, and cybersecurity lawyer at the Boise law firm Hawley Troxell, Idaho’s largest law firm. His practice areas include cybersecurity, privacy, Social Media (“SoMe”), internet law, e-commerce, technology and software licensing, patent counseling, trademarks and domain names, copyright, Information Technology (“IT”), media law, computer law, trade secrets, and related transactional work and litigation.
Brad is also a published novelist. His debut novel The Cure was published by NYC-based Diversion Books. www.diversionbooks.com/books/the-cure/

Contact information:
Brad Frazer
208-388-4875
bfrazer@hawleytroxell.com

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Episode 28 | Websites, Wellness, and Women in Business

Listen as Rhea Allen is joined by Brooke Lacy, one of Idaho’s most successful Entrepreneurs and Podcast hosts! In this podcast, you will gain insights on how to best grow and maintain your network, becoming a success as an entrepreneur as well as overcoming challenges to better yourself. Take a listen!

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Episode 27 | Pod-Swap with Matt Deitz

We did a “pod-swap” with Matt Dietz, his podcasts are called “Simply Explaining Insurance,” and “None of My Business” and we interviewed each other and recorded it all in one session together. Take a listen and learn! We discuss everything from entrepreneurship, to marketing, and how podcasts are a great way to market your business and seek new business by interviewing people to sharing stories and swapping insights, information and ways to build your brand and bottom line! Take a listen!

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Episode 26 | Market yourself through writing with Stacy Ennis

Listen as Rhea Allen is joined by Stacy Ennis a renowned author, creative consultant, individual writing coach and ghostwriter! In this podcast, you will get great advice on tools and workshops helping you in becoming an author, how to market yourself through your writing as well as learn about building your personal brand through books!

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