Are you doing any networking for your business?
Maybe you’re already an established networker?
Or maybe you’ve been thinking of joining networking groups, but not sure if it’s right for you?
Networking has gone through some major changes these last few years, based on what has happened in the world.
Equally I think change is a very positive thing and it’s what you make of it.
So, if you’ve never done any networking in your life before, you’re going to discover how powerful this can be for your business.
And if you’re already a seasoned networker, there might be a few additional golden nuggets for you to take away.
Today I’m honoured to introduce you to Lindsay McLoughlin.
Lindsay’s a Regional Director for the Athena Networking group in the UK. She leads over six groups in Maidenhead, Marlow, Taplow, Abingdon, Wallingford and White Waltham.
And with Lindsay here, we’re going to discuss why you should do networking as a business owner and all the benefits of having this as a strategy also.
You’re going to learn:
1. Why Networking is important for your business
2. The fear of networking and how to get through it
3. The benefits of Networking Online
4. The future of Networking
Writing content is a tough nut to crack, right?
Apart from the fact that you’re struggling to be consistent with your content, you also need to think about the copy. In other words what exactly you’re saying in your content.
Then it all needs to come together with the hope that you can convert your readers to actual buying clients… and this is even harder.
But it doesn’t have to be.
I would love to introduce you to Breanna Gunn.
Breanna is a Copywriter and Marketing Strategist. She helps business owners with their content writing and using it correctly as part of their marketing strategies.
She also recently created and started her own Magazine called Content Right. So, listen out how you can get a free copy yourself.
Today we’re going to discuss why your copy content isn’t converting. You’re going to learn:
1. Some reasons why you’re struggling to convert clients with your copy
2. Easy things you can change with your content
3. How to get your emails opened
4. Why sales shouldn’t be scary
So, with the new year you’ve possibly taken a moment or two to reflect on your own health, right?
You’ve thought about what you can do to become a bit more active and how to eat healthier.
And I don’t blame you, I’ve done exactly the same.
Just with my own health, I’ve also had to think about my business health, because as you’ll see today, both do work hand-in-hand.
I’m so honoured to introduce you today to Gregory Anne Cox
Gregory Anne is a Wellness Coach and used to be a Professional Chef.
She helps women who don’t like to play by the rules and aren’t ready to get old (that might be quite a few of us then). She helps them to feel better, healthier and more confident in their own health.
Gregory Anne also runs another business called Be More Marketable. This is a Copywriting and Marketing business for coaches, which again, a lot of us need in business.
I know today’s episode might shine the light on a few health topics which you can start implementing for yourself and your business.
Here’s what you’re going to learn:
1. The 5 Steps to increase your Health and Wellbeing
2. How to use these steps also in your business for growth
3. The best gift to yourself.
How do you show up on a daily basis as a person?
How authentic are you every minute of your life?
What about the decision you make, are they from the heart and authentic?
Or are you mainly dominated by fears, blocks, what other people say or do?
I know these are a lot of questions to take in, but each of these are very powerful questions and something worth thinking about.
If you want to grow as an individual, you have to tap into your authentic self and learn who you truly are.
It’s not about copying other people, pretending to be someone else or just living another life that’s not aligned with you…
It’s truly a magical thing, once you discover yourself and the potential within you.
And with this, I’m so happy to introduce you to Laura Belcher.
Laura’s a Mentor who helps women to show up as their most authentic self and align it in their businesses.
Let’s talk about how you can show up as an authentic person and how to tap more into yourself. Here’s what you’re going to learn today:
1. What is your Authentic Self and how to overcome blocks and fears?
2. How to do everything from the heart, the right way?
3. The synchronicity of the law of attraction.
4. Tips to tap into yourself and your heart.
If you’re a business owner and in particular, selling services then today I’ve got something special in store for you.
Running a business is hard work, but sometimes we can get stuck in the day to day running, and we don’t often take the time to think ahead.
What is the next step to grow your business?
What do you need to have in place, in case you can’t run the business any longer and want to sell?
And have you thought about protecting your own intellectual property which you’ve invested in your business?
Today, you’re going to learn that protecting your business and your business framework is actually really easy.
In addition, it gives you leverage to grow and expand your business.
With this in mind, I’m so pleased to introduce you to Erin Austin.
Erin’s a Lawyer and helps founders of Business-to-business professional services firms, harness their intellectual property to create saleable, wealth building businesses.
This is a really interesting episode and might give you some ideas on how to expand your business.
Here’s what you’re going to learn:
1. How to protect your service-based business under intellectual property law?
2. Why systems are a must-have in your business?
3. How do you know if your business model maximises its value?
4. How to mitigate risks in your business?
Do you know about Human Design?
Have you heard of this term yet or maybe you’ve even started exploring your Human Design elements?
Today’s episode is very different and still, it can be very interesting for you by keeping an open mind.
I only learned about Human Design about 6 months ago and was fascinated by the concept.
I wanted to explore it as a tool, to understand more about myself as a person and business owner.
And with this, I’m so honoured to introduce you to Lena Thompson.
Lena is a Soul Purpose & Intuitive Coach.
She uses Human Design to help busy career men and women to get out of their heads and make powerful decisions to get the right results.
Here’s what you’re going to learn:
1. What is Human Design
2. Why your energies can get stuck
3. The problem with overthinking
4. How to get more in touch with your intuition
Show Notes: https://henriettedanel.com/do-you-know-about-human-design
Are you someone who have so many interests, that you find it hard to choose one thing to focus on?
Maybe you’ve even heard of the term “multi-passionate”?
Starting something new is so exciting, but before you know it you completely get distracted with a new project and you end up not finishing the previous things you’ve started.
Well, I’m happy to tell you that there’s nothing wrong with you. It’s all absolutely normal and this is actually a gift.
With this in mind, I’ve invited D’Ana (Dee-on-uh) Joi Spencer to come and talk to us today as to what you can do as a multi-passionate creative.
Joi is a multi-passionate, educator, community builder, and content creator.
She believes having many passions is a gift, not a burden and she’s on a mission to rewrite the narrative around “choosing one thing” being the only path to success.
Through her e-book, signature course, and upcoming podcast, Joi teaches creatives how to make friends with focus, overcome overwhelm, and step into their Multi-Passionate Mastery.
Today we’re going to discuss what you can do as a multi-passionate creative. You’re going to learn:
1. How to cultivate your own confidence
2. How to focus using the 3-Part Focus Framework
3. The myth of “choosing just one thing”
Today we’re going to discuss why you can copy this beautician’s business systems. You’re going to learn:
1. Why Systems will save your business
2. What types of Systems you require?
3. Some tips on using the right systems
4. What is the one thing Salon Owners should focus on to get clients
How many times have you looked at someone else and thought: “Wow they are so successful.”
You might even find yourself comparing your life or business to theirs and feel a bit defeated by the idea that you’re “not there yet”
And on so many other levels you start questioning yourself and doubt your own potential, right?
Well, this is exactly why I want to introduce you to Tarryn MacCarthy.
Tarryn is actually a very successful Orthodontist, but through her own experience, she discovered she wasn’t happy.
Having figured out what really made her happy, she now helps other business owners re-imagine their businesses to fuel them, so that they can grow to their greatest potential and share these tools with others.
Get ready, because you’re going to discover a lot about yourself in this episode.
Today we’re going to discuss what success means to you and you’re going to learn:
1. How to redefine Success on your own terms
2. The three permissions of self-empowerment
3. Why your core values should be the core of your business plan
Do you know who you need to hire first in your business?
Maybe you’ve thought about getting a Virtual Assistant, or a Social Media Manager?
There are numerous options as to who you can hire to help you in your business, but the first freelancer you hire will make all the difference.
So, we’re going to discuss this today with Cena Martin Chandler.
Cena owns her own business called Hire Great Help Incorporated. She helps Entrepreneurs & Business Owners hire and train their Operations Managers.
So, if you’ve been wondering who you need to hire first, then this is what you’re going to learn today:
1. What is your CPR and why you need to know it (Core Profit Responsibility)
2. Why hiring a social media expert first could be an expensive mistake
3. Why you should hire an operations manager first
Show Notes: https://henriettedanel.com/who-to-hire-first-as-a-freelancer
Now, this might sound random to you, but have you ever thought about creating your own magazine before?
Maybe you’ve got that creative flair and you’ve always aspired to create something beautiful, like those glossy magazines you flick through.
The idea gets you all giddy with excitement, but then that voice in your head stops that dream almost instantaneously.
How can you create your own magazine? What if you don’t have any experience and what if it all fails?
So many questions and so many excuses pop up, right?
Well then, I’m so excited to introduce you to Olivia Marocco.
Olivia’s the founder and Editor-In-Chief of her own magazine called Brand You.
Brand You is a monthly magazine for female entrepreneurs which includes exceptional design, creativity, trends and learning.
The reason why I wanted to invite Olivia to the podcast, is to share her story as to how she decided to start her magazine and I know it will inspire you so much, that you can also make the unthinkable happen.
So, here’s what we’re going to discuss:
1. The creative conceptual journey of a magazine
2. How to plan and organise with contributors
3. What the editorial process should look like
4. How to accumulate subscribers, brand ambassadors and fans
5. Some of the difficulties you might face and how to overcome this.
Show Notes: https://henriettedanel.com/want-to-start-your-own-magazine
So, you want to write a book and self-publish it, right?
Maybe you’ve seen other people do this and think, well if they can do it then so can I – but where do I start?
Writing a book is one thing and publishing it is another. Especially if you’re planning to self-publish your book.
What is it that you need to know about self-publishing and the strategy that you need to implement, to actually sell your book?
With this in mind, I’m excited to introduce you to Jyotsna Ramachandran.
Jyotsna is a bestselling author, book publisher, TEDx speaker and an international Author Success Coach who helps coaches, trainers, speakers, and experts to build a super-profitable author funnel with the help of their book.
So far, Jyotsna has helped over 400 authors from 35 different countries through her global publishing agency, Happy Self Publishing.
In today’s episode you’re going to learn:
1. Why do you need to build an Author Funnel
2. How to make it on the Amazon Best Sellers List
3. The top mistakes authors make to self-publish their books and how you can avoid it.
Show Notes: https://henriettedanel.com/what-to-do-to-self-publish-your-book