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LY Podcast Ep. 22 Feat. Danny Iny

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Danny Iny has been a life-long entrepreneur and is the founder of Firepole Marketing – one of the best online resources to learn how to market successfully and painlessly. Danny gained notoriety after he was featured everywhere, after writing over 80 guest posts in one year – which then urged him to create his first viral product Write Like Freddy.

In this episode, Danny shares how he creates and launches successful, income-generating, and useful courses. Throughout the interview, he provides many insights, scripts, and shares his secrets to various launch and marketing strategies.

PS – I’ll be hosting a webinar with Danny on September 24th about Passion, Purpose and Prosperity this Year (The Proven 4-Step/12-Month Process to Create a Raving Fan-Base That Buys Over $250K of Your Stuff… Per Year!).

Sign-up here to reserve your spot – and be on the lookout for more details to come soon. 

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LY Podcast Episode 10: Mac Prichard from Prichard Communications

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Mac Prichard from Prichard Communications is featured in this episode, all about rebranding his business. Mac shares the process he and his team went through to take their business to the next level.

Mac shares their rebranding approach, having to let go of some of the activities that weren’t paying off as big as they could, and how their new brand and direction was successful in providing even more value to their clients.

 

 

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LY Podcast Episode 4: Jenny Blake from JennyBlake.me

Jenny Blake from JennyBlake.me and Life After College and author of Life After College: The Complete Guide to Getting What You Want, is featured in this episode. Jenny shares her story of expanding her brand and online presence through the launch of her new website, JennyBlake.me.

After running a very successful blog for eight years, Jenny launched a new website under her own name, hoping to share new sides of her and reflecting the various ways in which she helps her clients. Jenny is a sought-after speaker and coach, and has personally helped me launch my business and expand my own realm of possibilities.

In this episode, Jenny shares the behind the scenes story about her website launch – why she decided it was time, figuring out who she is with a new story to tell, what went according to plan, and what didn’t work as well as she had hoped.

 

 

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LY Podcast Episode 3: Paul Angone from All Groan Up

Paul Angone from All Groan Up and author of 101 Secrets for Your Twenties, is featured in this episode. Paul tells us how he marketed and launched his book, on a short turnaround time.

Paul landed his book deal after his post 21 Secrets from Your 20s went viral – being read by more than a million people in 180 countries. Paul has a background in “traditional” marketing – but walks us through how he leveraged his skills in marketing to go on a book tour, getting the word out, and landing his book on bestseller’s lists.

In this episode, Paul reflects back on his recent book launch – what worked well, what could have been done better, and what he’s working on now. And keeps me giggling throughout.

 

 

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How Does Fear Show Up for You?

Exciting News: Before I talk about fear head on, I wanted to share some very exciting news with you. My podcast – the Launch Yourself Podcast, will officially be launching in one week – on Monday, December 23rd. It has been an often thought about idea of mine, for quite some time, but I always stopped short of making it happen because of fear. With several interviews all ready to go, I can’t back out now…. But I can push it off for another week.  If you have any guest suggestions for guests or topics, please let me know.

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I have a little secret to share with you: fear is a constant friend and foe of mine. On a daily basis, maybe even hourly. I’m not quite sure when it started becoming part of my life, but I know it hasn’t always shown up in the same ways as it does now.

I think back to when I was working for someone else – the fear rarely, if ever, showed up at work. My fear showed itself in holding me back outside of work. It stopped me from doing all of the things I wanted to do – the things that I secretly dreamed of doing, but was so terrified about not being good enough, that I never did any of them. 

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