AALP 152 – The Art of Business Expansion with Kim England and Lisha Crytzer

Kim and Lisha are self-made entrepreneurs who thrive on identifying opportunities and building successful business models. Their healthcare business model is a niche service that provides a relationship-based recruitment experiences for both the candidate and employer. For the past 16 years, CE Health Careers has been recognized as one of the premier firms by Canadian healthcare professionals interested in pursuing a career in the United States. 

Minding Your Money: Guest Post

Confessions of a Former “Onion” — Guest Post Written by Deb Montgomery Esposito

When I began my journey into this intriguing world of money, I found it to be anything but exciting. Anxiety-laden, desperate thoughts were the best I could muster. With a marriage that was in shambles and finances that mirrored its catastrophic state, I felt emotionally heavy, uncreative and more than a bit helpless. I knew I needed to do something life-changing, I just didn’t know what to do or where to start. Worse, since most of the people with whom…

AALP 151 – Influencer Marketing with Barry Feldman

My guest on the show today is Barry Feldman — this is the second time he’s been on the show and I always learn a ton when we hang out together. During our conversation, Barry gives the details behind communicating with your audience and what it takes to thrive in a digital world.  He suggests ideas for things you can be doing differently in your business when it comes to content creating and what it takes to be recognized in your field of expertise. 

AALP 149 – Growing Your Biz through Quizzes with Josh Haynam

Today’s podcast guest is Josh Haynam – Josh is the co-founder of Interact Quiz Builder, a tool used by more than 30,000 businesses including The American Red Cross, Tony Robbins, and Forbes. He’s probably seen more quizzes than any other human on earth right now and so we are talking about all things quizzes. During this conversation Josh talks about his rise to quiz stardom and how timing means everything when you are an entrepreneur (SO true!)

What does it take to become an influencer?

Looking for rock hearts on the beach brought my attention to the fact that the sea cannot help but smooth out all the features of the stones — turning everything gradually into round circles. While there is nothing wrong with circles, I couldn’t help but think about how unique features are what make the rocks interesting. The same goes for people. It’s our unique traits, funky quirks and unusual ways of being that make us way more interesting. Yet we live in an experience that is kind of like the sea. If we are not careful it can feel like it is constantly chipping away at our unique qualities…