Wow, it’s been a year of hosting the Online Business Clinic Podcast!
So, today, I am going to share with you essential lessons that I’ve learned all throughout my experience in creating consistent content and to show you some great results that it had brought my way and I definitely want all of you to enjoy the outcomes of these learnings.
Tune in now and come join me and let’s together experience the fruits of our wise investment.
"It is very important that you not only attract a steady stream of new clients on a continuous, consistent basis but that once you have attracted them to your business, you are able to nurture them by continuing to educate, inspire and inform them about what it is you do, guiding them, and more importantly, supporting them in finding the answers that they need in their own life or business.”
“Just get your stuff out there. People need you.”
Ep. 41 - When I opened the show to guest appearances
Massy Arias on Instagram
Ep. 37 - Linkedin Guest Invite
To date, I've produced 75 episodes of @CoffeeWithMoJo
18 episodes of @Onceuponamama
19 episodes of @MamaTalk
25 episodes of @Teamlunagains 2013
(00:00) Greetings and Introduction
(01:59) Go back to the truth of who you are
(04:39) Lesson #1 - Consistency is key
(07:15) Content is important - it educates, inspires, and entertains
(07:54) Lesson #2 - Your consistency opens doors of opportunity
(09:42) The show started gaining traction
(10:56) Lesson #3 - Solo hosting can feel overwhelming and lonely
(11:43) Lesson #4 - It connects
(13:28) Lesson #5 - It's an investment
(13:54) It costs you time, energy, focus - I wanted to prove to myself I had what it took to go the long haul. It’s an investment, most importantly, to your prospective clients and the health and longevity of your business
(14:02) I finally woke up to the fact that I need help (shout out to Nor!)
(15:41) Lesson #6 - It's totally worth it!
(18:29) Bonus Lesson - While it is a financial investment, it's not as much as you think
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