In a world where everyone is doing - its easy to get lost in a sea of comparison, secret tricks and promises of overnight success.
The Long Game is my approach to business - the actual day in and day out philosophy that you have to show up, you have to do the work, and there’s no quick fixes for long term success.
In today’s digital world, there are countless ways to market yourself and your business, to the point where it can feel overwhelming and daunting. Sometimes, despite producing top-quality content, we still can’t seem to attract our ideal clients. Our guests today will help demystify the digital marketing landscape and break down strategies for building a…Read More
In this episode of The Long Game Podcast, we delve into the essential aspects of entrepreneurship that can transform your business into a soulful and impactful journey. Today’s conversation weaves into one conversation different topics including authenticity in business, core values, time management, and structuring your venture. To share her insights in this conversation, we’re…Read More
In this episode of The Long Game, we’re diving into the world of podcasting, entrepreneurship, and transparency as a business strategy. If you want to learn about building a thriving podcast, cultivating a passionate community, and achieving financial freedom, stick around because this episode is just for you. Our guest today is the remarkable Kate…Read More
The concept of the long game is sticking with it. It’s also about recognizing that you are on your unique journey. No two people have the same path. With all creative endeavors, you have the chance to show up your way, in your style. Today we’re talking with Lizzie LaRock and we’re discussing the power…Read More
Within the first seconds of seeing your website, visitors decide whether they will stay or leave, affecting whether or not they will work with you. The StoryBrand Framework is an effective way of communicating on your website and other marketing channels. It is based on the book Building a StoryBrand by Donald Miller which was…Read More
Are you familiar with the concept of morning pages? Julia Cameron, the author of The Artists Way, explains them this way: Morning Pages are three pages of longhand, stream of consciousness writing, done first thing in the morning. There is no wrong way to do Morning Pages– they are not high art. They are not…Read More
I’m starting a series with one of my favorite topics; online courses and memberships. There’s so much to review here and I’m breaking it up into a series so I can cover it all. I jumped into this a couple of years ago with some of my clients and I want to share what I’ve…Read More
Launching a podcast and preparing your episodes for listeners is just the beginning. Once your podcast is live, there’s still post-production work and marketing so it can reach your audience. That’s what we’re discussing today with my dear friend, Sue Winkler. Sue is the co-owner of Soma Vayu Garden, a New Jersey-based yoga and cultural…Read More
I’ve been doing this podcast for three years now, and in that time, I’ve learned some tricks of the trade and noticed some trends. Podcasts remain a powerful content vehicle for sharing your voice, viewpoints, and connecting with your audience. When my good friend Susan Winkler asked me, “What do you need to know to…Read More
In this episode, we delve into the world of summits and what it takes to run a successful one. Summits offer entrepreneurs valuable networking opportunities, industry training, and a platform to market themselves and grow their audience. But behind the scenes, there are countless moving parts that contribute to a summit’s success. Join us as…Read More
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