How to Podcast in 2018 – Paul Colligan

http://EliteOnlinePublishing.com Do you want to start a podcast? Are you unsure what you need to do to get started? Jenn Foster and Melanie Johnson interview Paul Colligan, the Podcasting expert! Paul Colligan helps others leverage technology to improve themselves and broaden their audience with reduced stress and no drama. Listen in to learn the best practices when podcasting.
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Website: http://www.paulcolligan.com/

Jay Abraham on Standing Out from the Competition | Podcast Ep. #1

Whether you realize it or not, Jay Abraham has likely played a role in your buying habits at some point in your life. He’s a master marketer who has consulted for more than 500 different industries, and his esteemed client list includes everybody from IBM to HBO, Tony Robbins to Taco Bell. Jay excels at helping companies and individuals separate themselves from the competition, which is an organic offshoot from his overarching philosophy he calls “The Strategy of Preeminence.”

In this debut episode of the Tom Ferry Podcast Experience, Jay joins me to dive into The Strategy of Preeminence to help you gain trust, respect and relevancy in your marketplace. If you’ve ever wondered how you can make yourself stand out and get a better return on the marketing you’re already doing, definitely make it a point to join our conversation.

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The Nomadic Fanatics Podcast – Session 4 – VanGrrrl!

Meet Elizabeth “VanGrrrl” Dickerson, AKA Van Grrrl, a 38 year old single gal living in a 1972 Dodge camper van in the Seattle Washington area.

After many years of dreaming about moving to the west coast from Richmond, VA, Elizabeth quit her job of 12.5 years, sold her condo, packed up and moved west in 2012, sight unseen with no job or place to live lined up.

After finding a job an a home in Washington State, in 2014 she nearly lost both again. That’s when the plan for van life took root. The idea had so many layers. A place to live, bought and paid for; it would be a simpler life with minimal possessions and debt and it offered the ability to travel near and far. Elizabeth’s current travels are more near than far. She urban camps and parks at friends’ houses north of Seattle. This keeps her close to her loyal housekeeping clients and her 22 year old son while he finishes school and ventures into adulthood.

You can keep up with her here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCpra-ngfEwe0jxnfAGuKkWA
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