- Why service-based entrepreneurs should use LinkedIn with Geni Cor
LinkedIn has been there for ages, but still, a lot of creatives, marketers and other service-based entrepreneurs are not using it because they still think that it’s only useful for people who are looking for jobs. If you’re like me, you probably have heard that LinkedIn is a powerful platform to get clients as the reach is far more superior that a social media platform like Instagram. But still, I wouldn’t know how to find clients on LinkedIn. That’s why, for this episode, I interviewed Geni Cor, a LinkedIn specialist.19m | May 6, 2021
- How to start and grow a podcast with Fran Moore
Have you ever considered podcasting as part of your content marketing strategy to promote your business? Maybe you already have a podcast. Either way, podcasting is fun, but it requires a lot of work to be successful. To help you understand how to start and grow a successful podcast, I interviewed Fran Moore, the CEO of The Pod Factory, a podcasting agency.25m | Apr 15, 2021
- How Solopreneurs Can Increase Productivity with Carina Lawson
As service-based entrepreneurs, I’m pretty sure that you want to be productive none only to scale your business but also to serve your clients properly. Productivity is such a big topic that you’re most likely always trying to improve your methodology. That’s why for this episode, I interviewed Carina Lawson, a business efficiency expert and personal productivity strategist.
Find out what's your productivity personality archetype is here23m | Mar 25, 2021
- How to use hashtags on Instagram to grow your audience with Milou Pietersz
If you are using Instagram for your business, you know that hashtags are necessary to grow your reach. But necessary doesn’t mean easy. Between finding the right hashtags, knowing how to use them or how to optimize your hashtag strategy, using hashtags can feel overwhelming. That’s why for this episode, I interviewed Milou Pietersz a social media strategist, who I personally like to call the hashtag queen…26m | Mar 11, 2021
- How to show up on the first page of Google with Tedi Bezna
Most creatives and marketers know that having a website is essential because it makes them look professional. But if people can’t find them, what’s the point? And everybody wants to be on the first page of Google, but how? To answer that question, I interviewed Tedi Bezna, a digital marketing specialist who helps entrepreneurs get their websites found online with SEO and content marketing.41m | Mar 4, 2021
- How to scale a business with Stephanie Gilbert
How to scale a business? That's the burning question of many solopreneurs. In this episode, I interview Stephanie Gilbert. This ex-social media manager grew her business so well that ended up founding The Social Media CEO, which helps social media managers start, systemize and scale their businesses.43m | Feb 25, 2021
- From civil engineer to successful brand photographer with Wini Lao
Launching a business is already hard enough, but starting in a field that you have no experience in is even harder. Well, that’s the story of our guest today. Her name is Wini Lao, she’s a successful brand and product photographer based in New York City, and she used to be an engineer…41m | Feb 18, 2021
- "Who are Facebook and Google Ads for?" with Cynthia Sandoval
Whether you are a creative, a marketer or a coach, you might have wondered: "should I allocate part of my budget to digital ads to increase my revenue?" "Is it really for me?" Cynthia Sandoval is an ads specialist and digital marketing consultant who used to work for Daymond John and fortune 500 businesses. She explains who are ads best suited for.45m | Feb 11, 2021
- How to lead a virtual team of contractors as a soloproneur with Tianna Tye
Growing a business as a solopreneur often means working with contractors. Although they might have other clients, leading them efficiently is detrimental to grow a business. In this episode, Tianna Tye — Team Dynamics Consultant shares her best tips to help you lead your virtual team efficiently.
Here's a link to her Daily Work Log tool: www.tiannatye.com/daily-work-log46m | Feb 4, 2021
- How to leverage video marketing for your business with Nia Lee
Nia Lee is a video content strategist and founder of Socialee Media Agency. She provides tips for solopreneurs trying to leverage videos for their businesses.59m | Dec 17, 2020
- Common legal mistakes creatives and coaches can avoid with Jaime Kiara Bell
Is your business legally protected? Nowadays, creatives and coaches can start their businesses with just a computer. Unfortunately, many of them tend to overlook the legal aspect of their businesses.
In this interview Jaime Kiara Bell, a lawyer and founder of Contracts Markets talk about the most common legal mistakes creatives and coaches make. 53m | Dec 10, 2020
- Becoming a master of goal setting and productivity with Pia Beck
Pia Beck is a business coach and founder of Curate Well Co. She decided to launch her business after ending her career in HR. She's sharing tips on how to become a master of goal setting, productivity, and self-care.33m | Dec 3, 2020
- Finding freedom to create during the pandemic with Emma Westlund
Emma Westlund is a full-time digital marketer who has always been an artist. While she couldn't find time to express herself, the pandemic allowed her to grow her side hustle as an illustrator. She now dreams of taking it as far as she can.30m | Nov 26, 2020
- Getting media coverage as a graphic & website designer with Jess Creatives
Jess Creatives is a US-based graphic & website designer who has been featured in national media such as Glamour, Inc., and more. She explains how she branded herself as a freelance and provide tips for solopreneurs.45m | Nov 19, 2020
- Debunking Social Media Myths with Laura Bitoiu
Laura Bitoiu started social media management as a side hobby. Now, she runs her own agency with 3 employees. She shares social media and business tips.35m | Nov 12, 2020
- She sees it, she likes it, she learns it with Morgan Ringrose, website designer
"I see it, I like it, I learn it," that's Morgan Ringrose motto. This web and email designer has been in business for six years and is the definition of being an autodidact. And guess what? She's always booked thanks to her amazing Instagram community, which sends her clients regularly. Ready to learn from her? Press play!36m | Nov 5, 2020
- Launching a business without a plan with Robert Murray
For this episode, I talked to Robert Murray, a brand designer from the UK who launched his business in December 2019. I wanted to know what led him to do that, how he leverages Instagram to get leads, and what he's learned in almost a year in business.27m | Oct 29, 2020
- Going after your dreams in the midst of a pandemic with Jenna Paddey
Jenna Paddey is a Canadian illustrator who launched her business a month ago despite the pandemic. She shares her journey and tips for creative entrepreneurs.38m | Oct 22, 2020
- How Lucas O'Keefe leveraged TikTok to build a successful business
Lucas O'Keefe's story started when he posted a funny video on TikTok, which became viral in a matter of a day. In a few weeks, he grew his followers, and long story short, he turned what started as a fun thing into a business.
And fun, is really what I want you to remember about this interview because, without a true passion for social media, Lucas could not have started working full time for himself.
In this new podcast episode of Millennial Grinders, he shares everything from his story to business and marketing advice.51m | Sep 11, 2020
- Should your business be on TikTok?
While Trump is actively trying to ban TikTok, many businesses have been wondering if the app is worth their time. Listen to hear my expert opinion.6m | Sep 8, 2020