How much have you accomplished this year? Maybe 2016 has been a big year for you and your company-I know it has been full of surprises for me.
My guest on this episode is Johannes Ariens, and he’s here for the second time this year to talk about the second project he’s successfully launched in 2016.
Johannes is sharing how his new project LOGE met its Kickstarter goal in the first week, and what this means for how they’re moving forward. We’re talking about setting stretch goals and how to work towards them progressively.
Johannes is also discussing how he’s using multiple channels to drive people to their campaign, and what these channels all bring to the perception of your brand. We’re digging into communicating with the right people, not the most people, and giving those people an authentic, inside look at your work.
I hope you enjoy this episode – It’s part training, part inspiration and 100% entertaining!
How many of you are working in a small town? Maybe some of you, like me, sometimes work out of your house and love it. Well this episode is for you!
I’m sitting down with Ron Andrews of King Cage. Ron runs this highly successful company from his home right here in Durango, and he’s sharing is secrets to small-town success.
We’re getting into keeping with your founder’s vision, knowing how big you want, or don’t want, to your company to be, and keeping your business organized in your house. Ron’s also talking about how he got the idea for King Cage, and where his product line has expanded from his original product.
For all of you trying to hustle outside the big city, this episode is full of advice from someone who’s living the passion-driven entrepreneur’s dream!
So much has changed in how we market and sell products over the past few years. It’s not just about using social media, but about understanding what customers want from the brands they support.
I’m sitting down with Sonya Looney, World Champion Cyclist, writer, speaker, and adventure seeker. We’re talking about how she has re-designed and re-written the relationship between athletes and sponsoring companies.
Sonya’s sharing how she got into cycling, and how that passion led her to leave her career twice to become an entrepreneur. We’re getting into what companies should look for in the athletes they sponsor, and how athletes can market themselves better. It’s not just about results!
This is a great episode for anyone looking to build their brand, or maybe even sponsor an athlete.