Shenee Howard interview

From the Archives: Shenee Howard in 2016

Brand strategy and brand copy is incredibly important for our businesses. Our brand image, design, logo, as well as the copy we produce can often send subliminal messages to our readers, clients, and potential customers about who we are, what we do, and why they should work with us. In today’s episode, I talk with Brand Copy Strategist Shenee Howard about her view points on brand copy, style, strategy, and…

Maggie Patterson: A Business Breakup (GPP75)

Maggie started her first business at the age of seven and has been setting up small businesses ever since. A communications strategist with more than 20 years of experience, Maggie has made a career of working in and running small businesses. While she’s worked with some of the world’s biggest brands, she’s always rooted for the scrappy underdog. Maggie owns Small Business Boss and Scoop Studios, where she helps small…

From the Archives: Maggie Patterson in 2015

Copywriting, guest blogging, storytelling . . . if it has anything to do with writing the words that’ll make you money, Maggie Patterson and her micro-marketing agency can handle it. But why did Maggie leave her cushy, well-paying corporate clients behind to roll the dice with an online business? And what does a business that provides SO many services actually look like? In this episode you’ll hear:

Racheal Cook: Where Are They Now (GPP74)

Racheal Cook is an award-winning business strategist who believes entrepreneurship doesn’t have to be so complicated. Over the last decade, she’s helped thousands of women entrepreneurs design predictably profitable businesses without the hustle and burnout. And this week, she’s back on the Get Paid Podcast to talk to listeners about life-proofing her business, comparisonitis, and replacing webinars with ecosystems.

From the Archives: Racheal Cook in 2015

You gotta spend money to make money, and Racheal spends hers on people. People who are doing tasks that SHE could definitely do herself. You’ve heard it before: don’t be the bottleneck in your business. But it’s so much easier said than done. This interview with Racheal had me taking a closer look at the people I work with, what else they could take on for me, and the possibilities…