On this episode of Ask Georgie, I answer the question: EP6 Ask Georgie: Beginner Branding, "How do you start branding a product?"
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I get to talk with award-winning spiritual journalist Madison Jaye. Spirituality and religion is often a topic that most people don't want to talk about, but in most entrepreneurs, journey spirituality is embedded in their foundations. We talk about many aspects of this in a raw and direct way. Visit Doingthemost.xyz to catch up with those featured in this episode.
On this episode of Ask Georgie, I answer the question: EP5 Ask Georgie: Overcoming Challenges "What was the most challenging moment in your entrepreneurial journey?"
In the summer of 2015, I became a certified wedding officiant. I marketed my service for a little while then got busy with school. I planted a seed. Over this past labor day weekend, I got the opportunity to perform my very first marriage. FOURS YEARS LATER!
If there's one thing I've learned on my entrepreneurial journey is that there is no right or perfect time. JUST DO IT. There are seeds you will plant today but won't reap for 5 or even 10 years. And that's okay because this part of the journey is about planting seeds.
September is here! Only 4 months before we ring in 2020. That means it's time to buckle down and GET SH*T DONE. Don't wait for 1/1/20 aka "New Year, New Me". Each day is an opportunity to plant a new seed that will bring you closer to your dreams.
" The best time to plant a tree was 20 years ago. The second best time is now."
This fall, I have a lot of amazing things coming up that can help you with planting seeds!
On this episode of Ask Georgie, I answer the question: EP4 Ask Georgie: Getting Referrals, "How do you use former clients to get new clients?"
On this episode of Ask Georgie, I answer the question: EP3 Ask Georgie: The Future of Entrepreneurship
"How do you see entrepreneurship evolving over the years?
On this Episode of Ask Georgie I answer the question: EP2 Ask Georgie: Motherhood + Entrepreneurship "How do you balance Motherhood & Entrepreneurship ?" Asked by Hellem from StartingBloc.
Lieah Torbert was “forged in the fires of start-ups.” Since 17 years old, she has worked for start-ups helping them build out infrastructure, processes, and people to scale and be successful. She has tried to leave the startup work but keeps getting pulled back. She teaches consultants and small businesses on how to scale using the skills I learned along the way. In this episode, she shares some of her business secrets on how to scale your startup.
Website - https://harringtonstrategicpartners.com/
We chat about the mompreneurs journey and what it takes to be a successful entrepreneur, especially in the media field.
Vernetta Freeney is a retired ESL teacher who taught for 11 years. She has now become and Award-winning micro-event blogger, award-winning event producer, community builder, speaker, and podcaster. She started blogging to share her opinion, and now she is actively hired and paid to do so. Interested in getting paid to blog? Learn how Vernetta got into this field and you can too.
Website - http://vernettarfreeney.com/
"How do you make a choice when you have multiple options? Do you choose both?" Asked by Jason in my Facebook Community.
In this episode, I chat with Lindsy Bivens about her journey to becoming an entrepreneur. We know that entrepreneurship is often not something we choose to do but much more something that chooses us. Publishing her book in 2012, she found a new sense of purpose. Now she works to create positive change for people who write. Tune in to listen to her story and learn about writing and publishing your books.
Website - https://www.preciouscprice.com/
Thank you to all the amazing listeners who support Doing the Most! In this episode, I mention a few things such as a new weekly bonus episode segment called "Ask Georgie" where you ask the questions and Georgie provides the answers! Email your questions to email@example.com to have them answered. We also talk about The Art of Getting Sh*t Done summer tour, register at ArtofGSD.com. Finally, we are casting for season 3 of Doing The Most: The Misadventures of Entrepreneurship apply to be a guest at Doingthemost.xyz
Wondering how you can start developing your personal brand? Tune in and find out.
That idea has since changed the life of many other twenty-something entrepreneurs. Tune in to hear about what his plan was and the impact he has had in these short years.
Move it or lose it
Kenishia’s story is truly one of bootstrapping with NO BOOTS! Kenishia used her book and street smarts to level up and is now a widely sought after financial expert.
Take Those Steps
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