And that’s a wrap! In the final episode of the season, we’re talking about some of the highlights of Season 4 (looking at you Brooke Castillo), how I restructured my Ad Consultant Incubator and what that meant for the launch, expanding my team, and what you can expect in the next season of the Get Paid Podcast.“I started paying people to do more shit for me. So while I might not be making back the exact investment every single month, it's time and space for me to start thinking bigger.” - Claire PelletreauClick To Tweet
Iczel Katz is a launch strategist and business coach who uses her expertise with Facebook ads, the ASK Method®, and online launches to successfully grow her clients’ businesses. She leverages her diverse background and ability to clarify complex problems to help mission-driven business owners simplify, and create effective business processes.
In this week’s episode of the Get Paid Podcast, Iczel chats about the lessons trying to sell 48,000 pounds of Guatemalan coffee taught her, why every entrepreneur should read Choose by Ryan Levesque, and learning to prioritize things outside of her business.If you're a solopreneur and you're still figuring out how to do this, do not do a multi video launch as your first thing. It will not serve you.Click To Tweet
Tasha is the wealth expert and business strategist behind One Big Happy Life, where she helps people grow their income and learn to spend intentionally so they can live their dream life today while also building wealth along the way.
What started off as a couple of YouTube videos about curly hair, has grown into a social following of over 170,000, and amassed over 10 million views on her YouTube show, all while working full time as a banking and finance attorney.
On today’s episode of the Get Paid Podcast, join Tasha as we chat about the 2017 YouTube Ad Apocalypse, why entrepreneurs overspend, and how she’s helping families build intergenerational wealth.'That's a big thing about being an online entrepreneur. You have to be comfortable with just testing it out, shipping it, seeing what happens and using that data to tweak it and make it better. ” — Tasha CochranClick To Tweet
Arianna helps service-based entrepreneurs design seamless maternity leave plans that allow them to step away from their business without feeling like everything they’ve built is going to come caving down. In today’s episode, in a live version of what she does with her clients, Ariana’s going to help a very special guest plan her maternity leave to avoid just that. Once we’re done with that we dig into Arianna’s own business, the pay gap in entrepreneurs, and, the questions you need to be asking yourself as you plan your mat leave.“Similar to any other major change or pivot in your business, getting pregnant is a point in your business where you need to rethink strategy and your role.” - Arianna TaboadaClick To Tweet
In a previous life, Kira was an art major who ended up working with global brands like Estee Lauder Companies. Now, she leads a team of multiple copywriters in a flex micro-agency focused on weird copy for courses and membership programs, while also co-owning The Copywriter Club with Rob Marsh, where she helps copywriters master their copywriting, business skills, and mindset.“I had been putting myself out there before I even started this copywriting business. I was sampling with other business ideas and connecting with people, and showing up online and a lot of different places... I was building relationships.” - Kira HugClick To Tweet