Ep 146 - Taking an Iron Strong Approach to Marketing with Joe Winters
Indie Game Movement - The podcast about the business and marketing of indie games.
Trying to create awareness for your game is always an uphill battle for indie devs, especially when it comes to identifying your audience and how to approach them. But even when you figure those steps out, it’s a challenge to determine the best ways to build upon and improve those efforts. That’s why we’ve invited Joe Winters, creator of Song of Iron to share his insights on how he found the right audience while taking a genuine approach to his marketing, creating an amazing impact for the community and his game.
The Doc G Show August 9th 2020 (Featuring Joe Winters of The Steepwater Band)
The Doc Invites Joe Winter of The Steepwater Band on the show! Joe and Doc talk about getting started with the band back in '98, seeing Jordan play basketball, the band's love of Spain, being phone pals with Eddie Van Halen, making the new album and much much more! Make sure to listen!Monologue (gnats suck): 0:24Birthday Suit 1: 14:04Ripped from the Headlines: 18:34The Steepwater Band - Trance: 37:14Shoutouts: 43:38Leftover Headlines: 52:46Birthday Suit 2: 59:35The Steepwater Band - Turn of the Wheel: 1:02:15Joe Winters Interview: 1:05:51The Steepwater Band - That's Not the Way: 1:52:13Jordan Shoe and Tell: 2:01:42Birthday Suit 3: 2:05:23
Joe Winters Jr is a leadership coach and the founder of the Daily Path Academy. He is also the host of the Daily Path Podcast and the author of Legendary: the Life in All of Us. If you're looking to increase your emotional intelligence, influence and income then Joe is your guy! In this episode we talk about how Joe coped with loss and grief at a young age, how he navigated life despite challenges and struggles until ultimately finding his focus and passion through leadership and helping others. Joe's Website: https://www.dailypathacademy.com Hype Girl Web Page: https://www.hypegirlcat.com/
Every conversation I get to have, I truly feel so blessed. When people are willing to be open and raw and show their vulnerability to me, their strength - there’s nothing quite like it. And Joe Winters Jr. is absolutely not exception. Growing up in a low-income neighbourhood and losing his mother at a young age, he started to view himself as a victim of his circumstances. Until he realized he needed to change his own behaviours in order to change his life. I cannot wait for you to hear his story, and his passion. Get your FREE Find Your Direction in 30 Days or Less Checklist here Come check out my Instagram @carolinavee_ Visit my website here Like & Follow my Facebook Page for more inspirational content & Live’s every Tuesday! Check Joe Winters Jr. on Instagram @joewintersjr and his Podcast
Join Geaux Dee and Smash for some empowerment as they sit down with Transformational Speaker, Educator, Sports Performance/Fitness Coach, and Entrepreneurship Coach, Joe Winters Jr. They talk about knowing your purpose and motivation.
TD56: How A YoungLife Millennial Built A Team and Started A Non-Profit with Joe Winters Jr.
Tough Decisions for Entrepreneurs
Visit ToughDecisions.net for complete show notes of each podcast episode. In this episode we interview Joe Winters, the founder of the nonprofit organization, Pave the Path. Today, he shares with us the struggles and tough decisions he had to face starting off as an underprivileged child himself and how this experience led him to start work in helping others.
BernardBergan.com Presents | The Veterans Leadership Blog Podcast
Joe Winters founded Pave the Path on February 23, 2017. It all started in 2010 when Joe Winters Jr. met a man by the name of Bryan Levrets who is a Younglife leader. Younglife is a group of leaders going to where kids are, winning the right to be heard and sharing the gospel. That is exactly what Bryan did from the day that he walked into Joe's life. It was Bryan Levrets who introduced Joe Winters Jr. to life beyond the small community he grew up in with the word of God, club, missionary trips to camp in Colorado and more. Due to Joe losing his mother at a young age, in 2011 when Joe graduated high school because of his living conditions, he didn’t know how he would afford college, living, or transportation to college. In this critical moment of his life Bryan helped him with the steps, discipline, tools, and accountability to enroll in college and obtain a degree.Pave the Path is a group of college students and community leaders who are adamant about being a resource for all kids and their future. Pave the Path was built on the foundation to help kids that come from limited resources excel in their daily lives by discussing important topics as well as being mentors and leaders that walk the walk.https://www.pavethepathforyouth.orgSubscribe to my YouTube channel click here: www.youtube.com/BernardBerganIf you haven't picked up your copy of my Amazon best-selling book do it now buy it for a Veteran Leader in your community: www.bernardbergan.com/shop/For booking information visit here: www.bernardbergan.com/hire-me-to-speak/ or contact me Info@BernardBergan.comBe sure to connect with Bernard :twitter.com/BernardBergan www.facebook.com/BernardBerganSpeaks/ instagram.com/bernardbergan www.snapchat.com/add/BernardBergan www.linkedin.com/in/bernardbergan--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/vetleadblog/support
Drummer Joe Winters helped found The Steepwater Band in 1998. By 2005, the band was headlining the Chicago Blues Festival and touring throughout the United States and Europe, sharing the stage with Gov't Mule, Buddy Guy, Wilco and many more. In our interview, Joe discusses the making of the band's new album, Shake Your Faith, along with the advantages of getting the band's music licensed for use on TV and in film. Joe also shares stories about trading phone calls with Eddie Van Halen and being a bat boy for the 1983 Chicago White Sox.
The Steepwater Band is based in Chicago and they're releasing their new album "Grace and Melody" on December 2. The new record is produced by former Black Crowes guitarist Marc Ford and I love it! I had the pleasure of chatting with drummer Joe Winters in this episode of Cara's Basement.To celebrate the release of their new album, The Steepwater Band is putting on a FREE show at the Double Door in Chicago on Wednesday, November 26th (the night before Thanksgiving).