All About Podcasting With Phyllis Nichols

 

Have you ever thought of starting a Podcast? Do you think you've missed the boat and it's too late to get in on that wave of business-building momentum???

Follow along as I chat with Phyllis Stubblefield Nichols from SoundAdvice Sales and Marketing.

Phyllis has been helping Podcasters launch and market their podcasts with amazing results -- and she's filling us in on the power that STILL exists in podcasting -- even if you have a small audience and are starting from scratch!! 

Tune in to this FB live interview!

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The Secret Weapon I Use to Help me GROW

 

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I have a secret weapon in my business and it's been a GAME CHANGER in how I operate, how I think, how I attack my goals, and how I lead as a CEO of my business.... and it's even had a dramatic effect on my personal life.

Can you guess what it is?  

ACCOUNTABILITY  

With everything I do, there is accountability built in.

3 years ago, I started a weekly accountability call with Alexandra Taketa.

We meet every Wednesday via Zoom and we discuss everything going on in our business, in our lives, and in our minds. ('cause it's never just about business, y'all)  

EVERY. SINGLE. WEDNESDAY!

Why? Because we both have seen what a dramatic difference this has made in our businesses and in our personal lives.... and it's highly important to us to keep this going! 

We help each other bust through fear, set big bodacious goals, build...

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How to Put Your Story On Repeat

 

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I was chatting with the women in my community recently, answering their questions around sharing their story — and this one came up and I thought it was such a good one, I wanted to address it here, too!

The question was how do you put your story on repeat without feeling like you are boring your audience?

I get asked this question a lot. Women feel uncomfortable sharing their story over and over again for fear they will turn others away, bore them to death, or begin to feel like a narcissistic broken record.

First of all, let’s remember one thing: Not everybody is listening. And even when they are listening, they are doing so in a very noisy world— in today’s digital age, information is coming at us at the speed of light and it’s hard as a consumer to wade through all the noise to find the solutions we are looking for to...

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Case Study: Charity Water

 

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One of my best pieces of advice around learning to become a better storyteller is to study those who tell stories really well.

Studying how others tell stories, and evaluating how those stories make you feel will be a great indicator on if that style of storytelling suits you.

When you learn to evoke emotion and get your audience to feel something, you will get them to take action with their money.

Click the Video to hear this Alexa broadcast, as I dive into a Case study on the amazing work that Charity Water does with its stories.

PHOTO CREDIT: Charity Water

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An Interview With Tina Kreitz

 

If Death is inevitable (which it is!), wouldn't it be so much easier if we had a travel Guide?

Meet Tina Kreitz -- who is skillfully holding people's hand on the journey to death and helping them give the biggest gift to the ones they leave behind.

This is a MUST WATCH for anyone who is human and has a heartbeat.

www.lastgiftbox.com 

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A Simple Tip to Make Storytelling Easy

 

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I'm sharing a simple tip that will make writing social media posts, emails, livestreaming, recording videos, and delivering presentation so much easier --- and help you become a much better communicator as a result!

Click the video to listen to this episode of my Alexa Flash Briefing for more!

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Amy's Story

 

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Amy Minyard first landed in LIGHTbeamers Community lost and confused about what to do with her story. It was burning a hole inside of her, and once she figured out how to use it, a whole new Amy was born.

I invite you to listen as I share Amy's story.

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Mining Stories from Rocks

 
I want to share some real life stories from a couple of the women in the LIGHTbeamers Community — which is our private group on FB.

Every week, I post a picture that is aimed to prompt them to tell their own story. You let the image spark ideas and creativity, mining a story the picture seems to tell.

Yesterday, I used this picture of a stack of rocks — the biggest of the rocks on the bottom and subsequent smaller rocks stacked on top, getting smaller as the pyramid went up. Each rock seemed to be perfectly balanced on the other — but delicately. The slightest shift of weight could make the whole ensemble come tumbling down.

One of the women in the Community shared these words — which blew me away:
In 2008 I hit rock bottom. I was mess physically, mentally, and emotionally. I wasn't sleeping, eating, my hair was falling out, I was having panic attacks, I was suicidal, and wetting the bed due to fear of him. I was living each day on eggshells. I was...
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Spark Joy by Tidying Up!

 

I have a confession to make. I spent almost all weekend binging on an original series on Netflix. I watched one episode after another of Marie Kondo’s Tidying Up — a series about decluttering your home.

Now, hang with me here — because this is leading into something relevant to storytelling.

If you’re not familiar with Marie Kondo and the Netflix series — the gist of it is she has a 4-part system that is helping people all across the world declutter their homes, clean out their closets, and organize their bathroom drawers. But it goes so much deeper.... 

In each episode, Kondo — who is Japanese and travels with a translator — arrives to help a particular family by showing them how to systematically go through their clothing, books, paper, and miscellaneous areas like kitchen drawers, garages, and sentimental items.

What’s so fascinating about the show is the storytelling. You can learn so much about people by the way...

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The 3 V's to Victory

 

I want to talk about how to "Next Level" your storytelling game.

Any story worth sharing, is worth sharing in a big way! 

The 3 V's to Victory:

#1 - Get Visible.
You have to show up, you have to share openly and use your voice. getting visible is the only way you can get your message out into the world, because here’s the thing — no one is going to do it for you so ask yourself today, how Visible are you with currently your story? 

#2- Get Vulnerable.
Being open, honest, and REAL with your audience is the fastest way to grow a loyal client base. People want to do business with human beings, not robots. So showing your vulnerability every once in a while is a really important layer to add into your storytelling.

Just this week, in my own Community, I shared some successes I was experiencing, and I shared some areas in my own life and business that need improvement. Does that make me any less qualified to do the work I do if I admit that I'm human and that I...

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