It took me over 4 years to finally get a podcast going, and since I made the leap, I thought I’d make up for lost time. I started 3 podcasts. I still have 2 of those, but that could change at any time. Also, I’m planning on creating another one. More on that later.
Like everything else, I’m using my podcasts to help me figure myself out. What do I want to do? Who do I want to be. At this point, it is more solid than it was a few months ago. However, I’m not so entrenched that there is no room for evolution. I suggest subscribing on whatever platform you use, because while I am committing to publishing regularly, I also do some extra stuff from time to time. Subscribing makes sure you don’t miss anything.
This first one, Focus On Your Small Business, is a great starter podcast for anybody starting a small business.
Focus on Your Small Business is a weekly brief podcast dedicated to the newbie small business owner who is doing it alone. As a fellow small business owner, I know the struggles. The biggest struggle is time. I try to keep these shows as brief as possible. I’m here to brainstorm with you. You can message me via email or share your story in your own voice by leaving me a voicemail though the button on the right side of my website.
You may be a solopreneur, but you don’t have to feel like you are alone in this. I’ll share my own struggles, share tools and resources I have found that have helped me.
You will also find a lot of actionable advice, tips, and techniques on how to start and grow your small business. If you have a small business that is very personal to you, this is the podcast for you! I encourage you to share your story, or struggles or wins or fails by leaving a message on the website.
The next podcast is Think Positive: Daily Affirmations for the Small Business Owner
You’ve heard of affirmations, but have you used them successfully? Join me daily and I’ll guide you through a very simple and brief activity where I’ll give you a few affirmations, designed particularly for the Small Business Owner. Affirmations work best when they are done regularly: daily, if not a few times a day. As a fellow Small Business Owner, I want to help you succeed.