Cathy Nesbitt is a health and wellness advocate. Founder of Cathy's Crawly Composters around 2002, Cathy's Sprouters and Cathy's Laughter Club. She's a multi-award-winning environmental innovator who uses workshops and inspirational speaking to motivate people to live a more sustainable life. Cathy is a certified laughter yoga teacher.
Angela Ohlfest began voice acting midway around the middle of 2018, and she became a full time voice artist and business owner in less than two years, a thousand clients, and 90 plus audio book titles later. She now coaches others on how to build their own voice over business.
Graphics. I'll bet you, I have said the following at least a thousand times in my speeches and to my mentees. Here it is. Your website needs to look just good enough to represent you well, professionally. Let me repeat that. Your website needs to look just good enough to represent you well, professionally in some cases. I've used what are known as ugly websites and ugly videos to make a ton of money. And of course, any video with my face on it could be considered ugly. So don't worry about that.
Dr. Steven Greene is a career educator and entrepreneur. He specializes in helping families and children to navigate their academic lives, and he supports entrepreneurs in their journey on the highway of success. He's the best selling author of the book Maximum Education. And he likes to bicycle. Yeah, that's really crazy when I heard that about him. He was, I think, a competitive bicycle guy, and he loves tennis and cooking, and he loves being around friendly and people and cats.
We got Sandy Weston here. She's a keynote speaker and international podcaster, a three time published author and entrepreneur. Her whole life, she's owned and operated health and wellness companies for over 30 years. Early in her career, she became the first female trainer for the Philadelphia Flyers and spent many years as a media personality and as Philadelphia NBC 10's fitness expert.
This is my audio book update. So I recorded and edited my entire audio book. And boy, did I learn a lot in the process. I got to tell you, though, if you don't want to get your fingers dirty learning all this stuff, you can always go to a studio, pay a lot of money to have them produce the audio for you. You can even get a narrator to record it for you. I guess you could get someone to write the script, and in my opinion, before too long, why do we even need you? I'm more of a do it yourself guy.
Today's episode is a freebie for you and a follow up from the last episode on getting ready to do audio books. Today, you are getting the intro, chapter one and chapter two from my book Online Joint Venturing, How to be in front of a million warm prospects in the next 90 days. This is from a practice session I did to make sure I'm doing things correctly, to be accepted by ACX and Audible.
Dec 29, 2021
Today, I'm talking about getting ready to do audio books. Now if you're a podcaster, you've got all the things necessary to do this yourself. If you're not a podcaster, all you really need is a decent microphone and a quiet place to record. And if you're going to do the audio books, the next step might be once you get this stuff together. Go ahead and do a podcast as one of your promotional vehicles, and I'll be discussing microphone and recording equipment along with a bunch of other stuff today.
Dec 27, 2021
All we're going to do today is Christmas jokes and Christmas trivia. How about that? None of the other stuff I hit you with all the time. Let's get right to it. I know you're going to be busy today. So here we go. I'm going to mix up trivia and jokes, and it's going to be a lot of fun.
Dec 24, 2021
Today, I'm talking about customer retention. I'm not perfect at it by any means, but I do have customers that have been buying off me clear back even before there was a commercial internet, which makes it more than twenty eight years. So I think I might have a little bit of stuff to tell you here and on a webinar.
Dec 22, 2021